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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania V DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 201O8 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17555 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press fUPV and International Newsservice INS CHESTER FRIDAY MARCH 31 1933 TWENTYTWO PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS SEMIDICTATOR SEEN FOR RAILS OVER NATION Roosevelt Drives Forward With Plans With That End in View Coordinator to Be Named With Power of Wartime j Director WASHINGTON March by the savage opposi tion of organized labor the Roosevelt administration drove steadily forward today with plans for setting up a semidictatorship over the nations vast railroad system The necessary legislation is ex pected to be ready for transmission to Congress next week The plan contemplated the ap pointment of a federal coordinator with powers comparable to those ex ercised by the wartime director gen eral of railroads and the creation of regional committees to be selected by the roadsthemselves These committees would be charged with working out plans for 1 More economical use of ex isting facilities 2 elimination of waste 3 elimination of duplicate services and d greater utilization of each others equipment trackage terminals and rolling stock The recommendations of the com mittees would go to the coordinator who would be equipped with power to enforce their adoption where the car riers balk Specific setups would be subject to review by the Interstate Commerce Commission This would tend to minimize the possibility of dissenters rushing to court on the ground they were being denied due process of law That the new deal for the railroads will face bitter opposition from or Penna Tippling Barred on Sundays Stocks Is Penalty HARRISBURG March 31 drinking in Penn sylvania on Sunday be a bit subrosa There still remains in the law books a statute which punishes public tipplers on the Sabbath by tossing them into the stocks The law dated 1705 reads All persons who are found drinking and tippling in alehouses taverns or other public house or place on the First Day of the week commonly called Sunday shall for every offense forfeit and pay one shilling and sixpence to any constable that shall demand the same to the use of the poor Under the law tipplers who re fuse to disperse at the request of the constable must be hauled be fore a squire who may punish them in the stocks The joke is V There are no more such stocks in Pennsylvania 100 PC BOYCOTT JEWS IS AIM Nazi Demonstrations Set for Saturday Already in Swing Storm Troops Mobilize for Mass Action in Every German City RELIEF BILL FOR IS PASSEDJNSENATE Backs Grants to the States by Vote of 55 to 17 Goes Forest Job Measure Also Is Approved and Signed by Roosevelt Continued on Pajre Twenty STOLEN AUTOMOBILE FIGURES IN CRASH Believing his car to have been borrowed by a Deputy Sheriff to whom he had occasionally loaned it RobertWilson of 1010 Flower street upon making inquiries of the deputy found that his car had been stolen from the drive adjacent to his home MARTIAL FLAGS FLY AS TROOPS MASS FOR REICHSTAG OPENING early Wednesday morning The deputy Carl J Boulden of Feltonville in company with Wilson instituted search ibr the missing vehicle and found it abandoned on the Upland road east of the B O railroad property The left side fenders and splash pan as well as hub caps and a wheel were damaged Later a warrant was served upon Wilson for reckless driving the in formant being Mrs Rhoda Kelly of Upand At the hearing before Magistrate John L Wilgis cf Upland Mrs Kelly iSaid that the Wilson car af the heavy sedan tyoe had collided with her vehicle at Tenth and Main streets Upland shortly after 10 oclock Wednesday morning but testimony was offered showing that Wilson was at his place of employ ment at the time of the collision Mrs Kelly said that four Negroes were in the car at the time and that although both vehicles stopped after the collision neither driver asked to see the others cards The case was dismissed after the principals reached an agreement pending the result of a search for the Negroes SUPT OF POLICE POST NOT FILLED WASHINGTON March gress took the first step in enacting President Roosevelts New Deal un employment relief program yesterday when the Senate passed the Wagner CostiganLa Follette bill providing a fund for direct Federal grants to the States to relieve dis tress among the jobless and destitute The vote was 55 to 17 Action followed a sharp debate in which the opposition to the second measure on the administrations pro gram for helping the states to deal with unemployment came chiefly from stand pat Republicans but no amendments of importance were adopted Earlier the Senate approved with out debate the conference report on the administration bill providing for the employment of 250000 jobless men on reforestation work and sent it to the White House where the President signed it today President announced he would sign the measure and hopes to have the men at work within the next two weeks On passage of the Wagner bill 42 Democrats and 12 Republicans voted in favor and 2 Democrats and 15 BERLIN March 31 German nation was swept today by demonstrations designed to pro duce a 100 per cent boycott of all Jewish commerce at 10 a m tomor row Local committees throughout the country were instructed to whip up enthusiasm through public parades of motor trucks bearing slogans such 1 Jewish Atrocity Propa Boycott All Jewish Shops Dont Buy in Jewish Department Stores Dont Patronize Jewish Lawyers or Doctois Banners carried in parades de clared that the Jews are the cause of our misfortunes and urged good Germans to stay from all chain stores The Nazi partys national boycott committee ordered the formation of local committees to cooperate in the national movement and sug gested that the committees be re cruited from shopkeepers and arti sans of known adherence to Hitler and with some knowledge of the business methods and operations of Jewish firms Instructions to local committees were that race not religion should be considered in the boycott and that Christianized or unorthodox Jews should be subjected to the same ac tion as those who adhere to tradi tions of the faith The official attitude toward firms in which Jews have only a financial interest and which are managed by Christians will be defined by later instructions Foreignowned chain stores such as Woolworths are not to be attacked or boycotted according to the latest advices Authorities today made it plain that misconceptions over the management of this particular chain had arisen Arrangements were completed to place pickets in front of every Jewish Soldiers of the new Germany rigidly at attention xs wartime banners flew and martial music wus pluyed before Garrison Church hi Potsdam created this picture during1 the militaristic ceremonies which attended the opening of the new RUTH JUDDS JAIL ESCAPE FOILED Wardens Office Reports Murderess Sawed 2 Bars of Cell Window SEEK EMPLOYMENT AT LOCAL BREWERY Undaunted by the uncertainty of the Pennsylvania beer bill many men OCCASIONAL RAIN AND WARMER TODAY have been and are still applying for t at the local brewery Second uncl vanil Palmer streets Ench day finds a j Maryland group in the vicinity of the prem Occasional rain and warmer is the prediction today in Eastern Pemixyl New Jersey Delaware and There will be rain to also with colder weather uses hopefully waiting for any en1 tomorrow night coinaging word that might reach The highest temperature here yes thcm from officials of the plant tcrady was 58 degrees at 430 p m Issues Must Be Submitted for Rigid In spection Bill Says CZEKAY OBRIEN PLAIT SERVOSS ARE SENTENCED ExMagistrate and 3 Minor Officers Convicted of Extortion Conspiracy Sentences Are Pronounced by Two VisitingJurists Who Tried Cases Sentenced by two visiting judges at Media this afternoon former Justice of the Peace Joseph H Czekay of Chester township was sentenced to a total of 7 years and will also have to pay fines amounting to and costs of prosecution Codefendants former Constable Shirley OBrion of Tinicum township Constable Frank Platt of Ridley township and Special Deputy Sheriff William Servoss of Eddystone were each sentencedto serve one year and pay n fine of and costs of prose cution The prosecution of the former offi cials grew out of a raid and the later trial of Frank DAmato of Knowlton road Middletown township whose farm was raided by the quartet on the morning of August 4 DAmato vvoh was convicted squealed on Csckay and his companions charging them with an attempt to shake him down was first sentenced by Judge Norman T Boose of Somerset county before whom Czekay was convicted for the second time at the January sessions of criminal court In this case Czekay was convicted of two counts conspiracy and mis behaviour in office On the first WASHINGTON March 31 INS The United States has done less to Continued on Page Twenty HOLY WEEK SERVICES AT NOON IN THEATRE Ten days after an ordinance was passed on final reading by Mayor William Ward Jr and members of City Council creating the post of superintendent of police with a salary of S2000 a year no one has yet been named and very probably will not be named until next week Mayor Ward stated this morning that the appointment would not be Continued on Page Twenty PINCHOT APPROVES RELIEF BILL Noonday Holy Week dexrofcional services will be conducted in the Stanley Theatre from April 10 to the 14 inclusive As in former years they will be under the direction of the Ministerial Association of Chester and Vicinity The following speakers have been secured Rev Percy R Stockman superintendent of the Seamans Church Institute of Philadelphia Rev Floyd Eichner pastor of the Advocate Lutheran Church of Phil adelphia Rev F Raymond Baker pastor of the Second Baptist Church Wilmington Del Rev Alexander Mackie D D pastor of the Tully April Governor Giflord Pinchot said HARRISBURG March UP Governor Gifford Pinchot planned to lay Pennsylvanias relief needs before President Roosevelt and the Recon struction Finance Corporation in Washington today Before starting for Washington he signed the Talbot bill appropriating for relief onehalf of it for April and the other half for May He included the April allotment in his estimate of available funds The Governor recalled that the R F C twice had advised him that Pennsylvania must do more to help itself in the relief question than it has been doing On his return to his office here Sat urday he plans to act on the McClure bill setting up a constitutional con vention for ratification or rejection of the Eighteenth Amendment The Pinchot action is not ex pected to be favorable to the plan of Sen John J McClure and a veto is expected in circles ecutive close to the ex WASHINGTON March needs a government loan of with which to care for its destitute unemployed during Memorial Presbyterian Church of Sharon Hill and Rev Richard Rad clifT of the Sarah D Cooper Me morial M E Church of Philadelphia Special musical selections are also being provided for each senice DOG ATTACKS CHILD today when he called at the White House to talk with President Roose After his conference he conferred with directors of the R F C relative to getting an additional loan for his State for this amount FLORENCE Ariz March At the present however the work j and the lowest was 37 at 645 a m plot for the daring escape i done tnat of preparing the The average of 48 was two degrees f Winnio Tnrh Turtrl mnripmnnri I for operation is in the hands above normal for the date but two protect buyer of securities than any i ul condcmned of contractors Electricians pipsfit degrees below che avercagc March 30 jolliercivilised nation Huston Thomp double trims murderess from her j teis carpenters and machinists em last year Maximum temperature on former member of the Federal cell in condemned row in the state ployed by these contractors arc the for the date is 83 established in 1910 prison here was revealed today at the I ony ones in the building Some of and minimum 18 in 1887 1 those men assembling at the plant Sunrise today was at 546 a m and office of Warden A G Walker A warrant has been issued for the airest of the velvet tigress young brother Burton McKinnell for at tempting to aid his pretty blonde sis ter to escape it was revealed Authorities want to question Mc Kinnell about the presence two small saws found in Mrs Judds cell Mrs Judd had almost sawed two bars in two before attendants dis covered what she had done it was stated at the wardens office Only theplea ofthe killers elderly mother Mrs H J McKinncll Dar lington Ind prevented prison offi cials from putting Mrs Judd in the dungeon At the wardens office It was de clared that Mrs Judds hands were raw and bleeding when she was thwarted in her plot to escape The attempt to escape occurred about three weeks ago the wardens office disclosed It was said at the prison that Young McKinncll formerly a university stu dent at Los Angeles had visited his sister a short time before the plot wasdiscovered Despite the denial of her plea for mercy yesterday by the State Pardon Board which ordered that Mrs Judd be hanged April 21 the blonde slayer passed a peaceful night in her cell it was stated at the wardens office Her whitehaired mother Mrs McKinnell was allowed t opass the j night with Mrs Judd in her cell daily are former plant employes of the sunset will be at 624 p m Eastern Standard time Basketball Team Figures in Crash Near Neoclcsha Motors Fail NEODESHA Kan March persons were killed and 10 injured when a Ford trimotor airplane enroute from Tulsa Okla to Winnipeg Kan with members of the Winnipeg Toilers basketball team crashed in a field seven miles northeast of here today The dead Michael Shea a player A H Hakes the pilot H G Eggen copilot J H OBrien The plane was owned by thc Three Hawks Flying Service of Morris Minn One of thc members of the Winni FIRE COMPANY CHARTER SIGNED Act of Court Terminates Controversy Between Rival Linwood Groups After litigation in Court for nearly 18 months a charter has been granted to thc Friendship Fire Com pany Ko 2 of Linwood The char ter was signed by President Judge W Roger Froneficlcl In the fall of 1931 a petition was filed with the Court to charter the newly formed fire company by resi dents of Linwood most of whom had been former members of Linwood Fire Company No 1 The leader of the group was Joseph C Dougherty former chief who according to mem bers of the original company had been dropped from membership after had been a disagreement Mr VICTIM OF SWORD STABBING DIES The State needs to get T through the month of April the Sara Jane Garnty 2106 Sixth i Governor said We have about half street was bitten by a dog yesterday j this amount and want thc R F C made today although it was intimated she had the bite cauterized at the to loan us tne remainder there is a possibility that the ap Chester Hospital to where she was There are about two million per mn r j rfmnvpn nv Samtip Tvirw an pm m J Jno pointee might be chosen before the iflilUNeu u 0ctmUL an trn sons in my State who have to be fed i fnr lor end of the week There are many rumors afloat con cerning just who will finally be chosen there being four possibilities including two on the force captains at present REVENUE AGENT TO Companjr Company News informed police thc News informed policethe Stabbed in the back with a sword three days ago James Jacobs Negro of 1411 West Ninth street died yes terday afternoon in thc Chester Hos i pital His alleged attacker George Bailey 20 of St Johns street who sur rendered to police 24 hours after the stabbing was ararigned for a pre liminary hearing in police court this morning and was held without bond tomorrow vicious canine is owned by a family residing on Townsend street near Third street peg team said that a few minutes he had resigned before the crash the motors of the fnff of other firemen also nlano soimrr rn W in tmiihln the Tlnwood Company because plane seemed to be in trouble Suddenly thc craft started to lose altitude and thc pilot shouted Were going to have to land Every one look out for himself A moment later it with a terrific crash The plane was badly crushed by the impact Persons living near the scene of the crash ran out to aid in extricat ing the injured Some of the injured were pinned so of sympathy with him After testimony had been heard in Court the charter was not granted but the matter was reopened with the result that the Court has ap proved the charter The officers named in the chartei of the Friendship Company are Pres ident Williahi G Lewis vice presi dent Charles Hill treasurer Joseph C Dougherty recording secretary firmly that ground had to be dug out Samuel C Mcponpugh financial sec i iir fiiitr around them to permit their removal Within a few minutes bearing doctors from Ncodcsha began arriving and emergency treatment rotary Gay Wells chief lltiebncr Marshall superintendent of ap paratus Mortimer Gilbert trustees Andrew Marshall Robert LeFavc ant was administered to the injured as i JHullng they were removed from the plane The crash occurred on the second anniversary of the airplane tragedy which ended the 1 He of Knute RELEASED FROM CUSTODY Three inebriates constituted tne A rnv cnr TTAXT class in police court this morning all A I J 01 AI1U1N j being discharged by Magistrate 1 Michael A Honan They were slated Gilbert Griffin Jr of the State Us James Lewis 40 of Paulsboro Revenue department will sit at the Charles Boreska 60 of Easton and morning Bailey who will be questioned to WHO HAD WE 4PON day by he v Y surrendered that Jacobs visited his vcrsity football coach and seven oth home and became engaged in an ari ors at Baraar Kan 60 miles norh gumcnt with his mother Agnes east of Neodesha Found with a revolver and several dumdum bullets in their possession I Bailey Gertrude Flyte 15 of Pottsville and her companion James Nordell 19 of j Upper Darby were held by Philadel phia police today for a hearing on a charge of violating ths Witkins fire arms act Police declined to reveal Chester police station tomorrow j Vernon B Walker of Wilmington j details of the arrest pending further morning to aid any of those requiring Del j investigation assistance to make their returns on the state emergency sales tax Mr Griffin this week divided his time beI tween Chested Media and Upper Darby aiding a large number of mer chants in making their returns and he expects to clean up the list as far as possible tomorrow PROBE OF MORGAN PATSY DAMATO BANK is SOUGHT RITES CONDUCTED It was after Jacobs struck his mother in the mouth that Bailey grabbed thc sword and went to her aid His mother also received a stab wound in the hip during the melee THIEF TOOK HEADLIGHT A headlight was stolen from the automobile of F W Peters of Booth VANDALS DAMAGE UNOCCUPIED PLANT STATE OFFICIAL WILL GIVE ADDRESS Grovcr C Talbot speaker of Uv House of Representatives at Harris burg and sponsor of several relic measures will be the principa speaker at a meeting to be held to night in thc Baptist Social Hall i Lansdowne and LaCrosse An unoccupied manufacturing Lansdowne under thc aupiccs of the plant formerly the Stevenson Cold Family Welfare Society of Eastern now owned by the Delaware county count he was sentenced to serve from 1 to 2 yeans and pay a fine of and costs and on thesecond count 1 year in jail and a fine of and eosts Judge Ray P Sherwood before whom Czekay pleaded guilty to 58 indictments the former squire was sentenced to serve from 3 to 4 years pay a fine of and the costs of racle Commission told thc House nterstate Commerce committee to ay in opening hearings on President loosevclts securities bill In drafting thc measure Thorrip ion explained the ad isers studied all foreign us well s securities acts In this couhtry Among the far reaching proposals n the bill he enumerated All atl crtiscments for Kale of securities loving in interstate commerce must c submitted to the Federal JommLsslon together with a statc TicnC oC the condition oC the corn any isimlng the securities All radio speeches advertising se curities must be submitted to the Trade Commission in advance and a tatcment must be mado of telephone lonversatlons In the sale of securities Foreign nations arc Riven the right o sell securities directly in this couu ry without interference But if the foreign government sells he securities to an investment banker vhoin turn sells them to the indivi dual they are treated on the same oasis as sale of American securities Tracing the history of securities cgislation Thompson said that Sen itor Glass of Virginia while Sec of he Treasury in 1919 asked thc Federal Trade Commission to set up machinery to halt the fraud of iberly bond investors who were sell ing bonds and buying securities We found that it was not the wildcat issues coming out of the west that caused trouble but that many is sues were being sold out of New York by bJg houses that needed investiga tion said Thompson While praising sky lawn of 47 states Thompson said that state laws alone can not curb securities fraud The state laws he said can evaded Continued on Twenty BUT WAS A LOSER Last one in us Ed McCHntock as he dived into the icy waters of Broom alls Dam at Media yesterday It was a small wager that caused Ed to risk pneumonia by beingthe flrsc to take a swim this year He had stripped off his clothes slipped hUo an oldbathing suit and wasted no time in pettingthe ordeal over with As he came up and bled onto the dock and into the boat house he asked for the quarterhe had just won Quarter was the answer you owe the boat club fifty cents for that swim He had forgotten that the man with whom he made the wager was an official of the cltib which has sole swimming rights at the place Incidentally this is the first year In a good many that anyone has beaten Charles Dcak Allen in the first swim of the season Hie former titieholdcr claims that more than once has he enjoyed a plunge in the Jake on February 22 Washingtons birthday be GIRL IS INJURED IN AUTO CRASH Elizabeth Morris 17 of New York last night suffered a lacerated scalp when a car driven companion Samuel Chew of Canor Radnor crashed into the rear of an auto at Montgomery avenue and Gulf road Narbcrth The other car which had stopped for a traffic light was driven by Pcrclval Paris of Montrose avenue Roscmont 7TH WARD REPORTED MISSING Topaes of Times fBy United Press Committee Plans to Air I Beer Baron Slain Tuesday Stock and Bond Sales of j Private Financiers AT AGUA CALTENTE Remlc Peace Leg Larry Shot Plum Shot Derhah Privately Pawn Gar tago Face Cream Ceccllia Miss Fashionplate Beset Baker Nellie Basal On Edrc Clothes My Cross Lower Ten Royal Realm Sinner Weather clear track fast WASHRINGTON March right 1933 by United Night by Gangsters Buried This Morning Thousands of morbidly curious per sons congregated in front of the home B BEING SOUGHT tournament and failed Jo discover his received a letter today from loss until he was ready to drive home Jv Jammson president of tne com 1 pany informing them that hundreds U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON March of window panes have been broken fixtures stolen and wood carted away j The official blames much of the balance of March 29 damage on a group of men con grcgate near the plant daily and 35847 customs receipts i stage parties AT TROPICAL PARK Girl Spot Pot Morush Screen Idol Lights Rowdy Boy Prince Dont Blush Pine Weather cloudy track fast ate stock market investigators were of Pasquale Patsy DAmato 315 battering a breach today in the I Kerlin street this morning as the ex grey stone fortress at Bread and Wall t pensive casket containing thc corpse streets New York in which J P j of thc murdered beer baron was being Morgan and Co guards secrets of the taken for a last ride j worlds mcst famous investment bankj go great was the crowd that it re ing house quired the combined efforts of Morgan and Co heads the list in a dozen uniformed policemen to renewed inquiry into practices of in traffic flowing in Third street near icamsrn by volunteering their f vestment bankers who have floated j Kerlin street Third street was lined billions of securities The data obi by persons so that the stranger might tained is expected to ba used by Con have thought a great parade was to gress and the adminlstartion in framj take place ing additional legislation to protect The cortege was a large one several automobiles being required to carry the hundreds of floral designs The hearse was preceded by a dozen auto Franklin School Pupils Get Government AJlegecl Excessive Rates Attacked by Speakers at Sharon Hill Meeting William Wiser Jr 18 of 1229 Parker street wns reported missing from home today He vanished yes terday morning after ho had drawn a final weeks from a Marcus Hook industry where he was em ploy ec5 Relatives can ascribe no reason for his disappearance other than the boy is afflicted with the wanderlust Previously he rrm away from home but was apprehended in Richmond Vft He is described as being5 feet 11 inches m height weighs 155 pounds and has four upper teeth missing When he was last seen he wore a blue suit brown overcoat and a tan scarf He wore no hat It is thought he may have headed for New York or some midwestern city Tomorrow being April 1 a number of bill collectors who think they will collect are going to be fooled State highway patrolmen say they are going to arrest all April 1 Jokes that are traveling on the highway without the inspection tag on the windshield The former German Kaiser thinks he will be called back some day Well hes been called everything CLASS An audience that filled the audi toriumof Sharon Hill Borough Hall last night heard speakers attack the j alleged excessive cost of government attacked from three distinct municipal county and state The occasion was the second mass meeting of the recently formed Impressive Ceremonies at St Pauls P E Church Last Evening a half The pupils of the Franklin School reply to Editor Velte In which he j sharon Hill Taxpayers7 Association i keep Tave llcir 100 per cent Amerj pom ted out ways that all children in whjch nas for 5cs purpose the icm f rr TrtOlT trirt investors Details of Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad financing performed by the house of Morgan for the Van Swer1 mobiles in which rode members of a ingen brothers of Cleveland are bei fraternal organization of which Stater can aid their Pres to their country to aid in the present j idcnt and their country economic crisis Through the editor The letter follows of the Franklin Almanac Bill Velto Mr Billy Velte they wrote to President Franklin DI Editor of the Franklin Almanac and sukftd in what marmfvr 34fl Wpsf Roosevelt and asked in what manner they might aid in the problems of their country President Roosevelt as all good leaders do turned Billys message lieved to be included in the informa tion sought Apparently reliable reports indicate the inquiry may extend to the Alumi num Company of America controlled by the Mellon interests of Pittsburgh over to one of his lieutenants William office for reply DAmato was a member They also carried an American and an Italian flag Other thousands viewed the body last night there being a continual flow of persons through the DAmato Cooper Commissioner of Edu cation Mr Cooper conscious of the spirit behind the letter and realizing that the attitude of the Franklin School children was on a parallel with that of thousands of other school children t h r o u g h o u t the Continued on Page Twenty i United States sent a very courteous West Seventh street Chester Pa My dear Mr Velte Your letter addressed to President Roosevelt has been referred to this It seems to me that one of the ways by which school children can help in the present economic situa tion is to make the best possible use of the educational opportunities of fered by their respective communities Continued on Page Twenty county borough and Rt Rev Francis M Taitt bishop of the Pennsylvania Diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church and a resident of this city administered the Apostolic Rite of Confirmation on a class of 35 last evening upon his annual confirmation visit to St Pauls Church Broad and Madison streets where for 38 years he was rector be fore he became bishop Bishop Taitt opened his sermon Traffic Sergeant Farraday says some motorists drive as though they own the street Others drive as though they own the cars we might add Media cops warn they are going to stop petting parties They have the weapon marriage license bureau The average merchant will tell you that most women who stop in front of store windows merely pause to reflect A local restaurant that advertises homemade pies is certainly giving the home a hard name A brewery in Newark N J dumped 5000 gallons of nearbeer down a sewer Maybe they are just setting a good example for every other brewery Patients in government hospitals for the insane in Washington demand more jigsaw puzzles But there are plenty of jigsaw puzzle fans still at reduction of school and the reduction of j with an expression of the pleasure assessments on borough properties he felt at again being in the pulpit before the congregation which he directed for so many years I have assisted at the confirmation of the parents of a number of the members of this present confirmation group he said The textof his sermon was taken from the parable of the feeding of the multitude Bishop Taitt stressed the passage where the Disciples asked of the Lord From whence can we feed these men here in the wilder ness and thc answer of thc Lord How many loaves have ye as an which members of the organization declare to be exorbitant in compari son with other nearby municipalities Otto Lcinhauser recently elected president of the organization was in charge of the meeting with J E MacMullln secretary assisting The first speaker of the evening was Samuel D Clyde of Chester president of the Delaware County Taxpayers League who went into thc question of reduction of expenses from several viewpoints Referring to a demand fnr a rc Conlinued on Page Twenty Continued on Page Twenty The Weather W A S IIIN G TO N March 31 Weather Pennsyl vania Occasional rain tonight and Saturday warmer tonight and in southeast portion Saturday Colder Saturday night Western to night and Saturday warmer in east portion colder Saturday TODAYS TEMPERATLTIES 6 a rn46 11 a m 7 a m46 Noon 8 a m 47 1 p mJ 9 a m 50 2 p m 10 a m 48 49 50 52 52
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