Chester Times, April 5, 1933

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April 05, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CIRCULATION KOR SI A MONTHS EN DINO SEPTEM BKR 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day SITH YEAR—NO. 17.559. Du:It LmsM Wire Report.* of Or *r<1 P •*« tUPl and Intermit-.anal New* Service .INS) CHESTER. PA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5. 1933 PRICE, TWO CENTS SHIPS, PLA NES COMB SEA FOR AKRON DEAD; TWO PROBES PLANNED Search Resumed Off New Jersey and Delaware Shores, Milles Below Scene of Disaster Which Claimed 73 Lives, Off Barnegat, in Storm — Atlantic City Designated as Center of Rescue Operations - Only Few Twisted Bits of Big Airship Found WILEY TELLS (IF BATTLE TO SAVE AKRON IN DESCENT Former Chester Boy Is a Victim Of Akron Disaster Assistant Navy Secretary Roosevelt, Assigned to Conduct Investigation, Pledges It Will Be Complete—Three Survivors to Be Star Witnesses—Mourning Wives and Friends at Lakehurst Await News From Kin - Nation Is Stunned NEW YORK, April 5—Search of the Atlantic for the Akron's dead was renewed by ships and airplanes today as official Washington moved toward an investigation of the most costly disaster in the history of axiation. Hope of finding: anyone alive was abandoned and, in all probability, the death list will stand at 73. From Barnegat south to the Virginia Capes the 5savy and the Coast Guard doggedly searched the waters—apparently to no avail. Radio messages received at the Brooklyn Navy Yard this morning indicated no additional bodies had been found. Three United States destroyers—the Cortland, Sagamore and Norfolk—and at least a dozen airplanes covered a wide radius. The hunt was extensive and thorough as that started by the wireless flash of the Akron’s crash off Barnegat in a thunderstorm early yesterday. Today, however, the sea was fairly calm and the fog whim prevented the rescue of many by the German tanker Phoebus had lifted. The body of a lone victim lay in ----—    -- thp Atlantic City morgue, where the searching craft were ordered to bring all victims found. Another body lay in the morgue of the Naval Hospital at Brooklyn, and two men who died on a rescue mission were at Lakehurst, the Akron's home. Of Rear Admiral William A Moffett, chief of Naval Aeronautics, and seventy other officers and men aboard the Akron there was as yet no trace, and no hope remained that any men from the airship had been saved except three whose rescue was reported in first dispatches telling of the disaster. Ll FTT.-COM. II! KIU KT V AA ILIA RESCUE BLIMP FALES, 2 DROWN OFF BEACH HAVEN Ballast Dropped, Ship Nosed Up in Vain; Rudder Wires Snapped Lightning Flashed Constant!} During I KOO-Foot Fall Into Sea By HI It BERT A . AV ILLY executive Officer of the C. S. S. Akron I ' MAV YORK. April A (UP)- The Akron flew about 425 hours the first three months of this year in all kinds of weather. The start of her last flight Monday was routine, except we had on board that distinguished naval officer, Admiral Moffett, our beloved chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics of the Navy. We left Lakehurst about 7.30 on a leguiar .scheduled flight, intending to work with radio direction finding tat ions in New England. Since it was foggy over the coast of New England and we were not due in New England until morning, it. was decided lo cruise inland to Philadelphia and south around the edge of the fog. About ti.30 when we were some twenty or thirty miles south of Philadelphia. lightning was seen ahead and the course was changed to the east very shortly thereafter, when we received a report by radio that there was a thunderstorm at Washington We continued to (he northeast and to the east ahead of the storm and When the airship Akron took Its fatal plunge into the Atlantic Ocean, off Barnegat City. N J, yesterday morning, it carried Frank Cooper. 35. an axiation machinist, to hts death. Cooper was a Chester boy. having been born and reared in this city. The familj formerly resided on Wilson street, near Second street, and young Cooper had attended the Dewey-Mann public schools in the Tenth ward Many former playmates were grieved to learn of his death when they scanned the casualty list yesterday. SENATE ELANS TO RI SH HEER RILL Hopes to Bass It in Time*to (Jct It to Pinchot on Thursday H ARR ISBUFtG, Pa , ApriI 5    <    UP) DIRECTOR NAMED KOR FOREST JORS AT $12,000 A YEAR Robert F echoer (ii von Plum in Executive Order by Roosevelt President Outlines Means to Uarrv <Hit I nemploy-inent Program WASHINGTON. April 5 <UP' — j j President Roosevelt in an executive order today outlined the means by which his unemployment program will be carried out The five-paragraph order called for the appointment of Robert Feehner as director of emergency conservation work at a salary of $12,000 annually, less the In poi cent, salary reduction; vested in the secretaries of war. agriculture interior and labor, (he power to appoint an advisory council. establish**! in the LOST AKRON SKIPPER 2D HOUSE VOTE PASSES TURNER ECONOMY BILL auk, rn N si AP 'The State Senate today set, itself ; treasury a fund of $10,000,000, .sub ject to requisition by the director on approval of the President; reimbursement to departments furnishing supplies, reimbursement lo departments for other services rendered. 'The order foilows: "By virtue of the authority vested In me by the aet of Congress en-1 titled 'An aet for the relief of unemployment.' through the performance Pincher    claims    this plan    is    full    of    of useful work, aud for other pur* politics and    he    aims    to    keep    politics    poses. ' approved March 31, 1933, it out of the beer business.    lls hereby ordered that. to steer to Governor Pinchot s desk by April 7 beer control legislation for Pennsylvania. The bill before the Senate provided for division of the state into IO control districts In nine of them state executive officials would name boards of three members to issue licenses. In the tenth. Philadelphia, the county courts would have the licensing power Defeated on Previous Trip, M e a s u r e Is Revived ; N ote, 105 to 98 Sponsored by Representative From This County; Age Pensions Pushed HARRISBURG Pa, April 5 -'UP) Revived after unexpected defeat, the Turner economy bill led the parade of governmental cost-saving measures through the slate legislature today, toward adjournment within 30 days. A successful coup engineered bv the Republican state organization saved Rep. Ellwood J. Turners Measure changing the administrative code and .*< t again in motion the rest of the economy schedule the leaders had mapped to finance unemployment relief. Opposition of Governor Pmohot astr r Commander F C. McCord, who was in command of the Dirigible Akron When the Queen of the \ir plunged and'st ate Democrats sent the ''Fumer into the \tlantie. I he young skipper measure crashing to defeat in tho was one of the 7 i victims of Hie dis- House when it w as first considered. J Turner claimed savings of $11,000,000 would be effected and the governor said they would be less than $1,000,000. When the organization saw the vote going against, the plan, It switched itwo of its followers to the opposition. ^ A VILT LMRA A lhrn n 'Af'm to work to 'vin E° ^ kl l/V Iii J filii Il/Y ll III/ :Udr somr lhat had voted against the BRITISH PUSHING bill The plan succeeded. Pinchot fol- TWO SAVED BY LEAP FROM AKRON only to the south, but after a few min Lites, the lightning was again seen to the west, and finally after we had passed the coastline, the lightning extended in all directions. * By the time we had reached the coastline, the fog was general and extended up to about 1600 feet, which was the altitude we were flying. We cruised to the eastward for nearly an hour and with lightning all around us the captain changed the course back over the land. We sighted some lights which we considered to be the coastline at midnight and the course was again set Throe Are Picked Up After to seaward to the southwest Dirigible J-3, Crumpled in Wind BEACH HAVEN, N. J. April 5 Tragedy piling on tragedy, the non- ,    reconsider    the Envoy Nut to Return to defeat approved and more to see the Russia Crowd on Shore Sees N. V. Police Plane in Attempt to Save All JJS .srsgJA joss assi I    m    Moved    im    i limn Imdcr* In the Democratic lac- decliner    Is hereby appointed direr-1 -    --    -    :    motion    to    icconslder    the lion in the legislature and redeemed    tor of emergency conservation work a promise macle when the Democrats    at an annual rate of compensation helped pass the control measure in    of $12,000, less the reduction pre- the House 'Dip bill is the Sowers-j scribed in sub-paragraph «B>, sec- Conner bill the House approved, but    lion 2, title ll of the act of Congress LONDON, April 5 -TUP)—-The hill it has been amended so much few ' entitled An act to maintain the! permitting an embargo on Russian would recognize it is such.    i credit of the United States govern- i imports was moved to second reading •Another change effected in the orient,’ approved Mardi 20, 1933. "2 The Secretary of War. the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Labor each shall appoint a Senate provided that all licenses Continued on Page Fourteen I S. I Kl Isl It) BALANCE Unlisted Mon Survivors At- riRld dir*iblp J*3 0:11 of Lakehurst ,,    to aid in Hie Akron rescue work, tribute .lump to Escape crumpled yesterday into the Atlantic. offshore here and added two to the WASHINGTON. April 5—(INSu The Treasury balance as of April 3, $478.-588,328 42; expenditures, $9,253,805.66; Continued on Page Seven customs receipts. $1.791.615 42, DR.I,GOTTSCHALK WISCONSIN VOTES DIES IN HOSPITAL FOR DRY REPEAL Continued on Page Fourteen CO. CO.NI.M ISSI ON KRS IN URI KF SCISSION Routine matters occupied the tune of the county conunissioncis at then weekly meeting in Media yesterday Bids were opened for printing 5000 marriage license application and certificate blanks and Hip order wa.- Continued on Page Fourteen BRIEF SCISSION HELD HY CITY COUNCIL in tho House of Commons today by sn .John Simon, foreign secretary, Two sets of plans for the proposed Slmuh.ineotn.ly, it, was disclosed sewage disposal plant, as prepared by authoritatively that Sir Esmond Over, Shish amba. ador called home K)b'" whppler. consulting engineer ; from Moscow, would not return I 111 charge of work on the new Inter* There, regardless of whether diplo- D’epfing .sewer system, were submitted mafic negotiations are broken off or 1 bp members of City Council, in ! continued    j    session yesterday afternoon, for their ll was felt publication of a British consideration and approval, prepnra-white paper, frankly revealing hts Aorv to the PlRn* bPinK SPnt to Harris-M.ronjj att nude on the* arrest of six !    .^ ^OI approval by the state de- British subjects, would make his post- ;P',‘,|nrnE- °f health. \ I lio /WI tnt nPU i em t lion in Moscow difficult 'The powers in the bill will not hr1 1 (a i i; i d in any event before April 18 " Sir John told die House In mak- I he countersigning by V i of Finance Luttrell, of a contract between the city and Vincenzo DiFran-ceseo, Llnnerch contractor, for con- Froin Death Quarantine Musician at State-wide Referendum fur Cr* mr‘°' low"5' °' ,our NEW YORK, April 5—LINS'-The only two enlisted men survivors of the 21.^ ,l®;l00;000,vAkro^, Ia'-8psl °f sea crash of the Navy Dirigible Akron  ................ jumped partially clear of the crum airships, long as three average fcity blocks, only a few twisted bits of pimg ship just before it hit the water, duralumin and pieces of torn fabric W1U Hi«Hn«Pri mdav h.d bern lound    To    th!.ftT    ,hfy    attribute    (hair Atlantic City was designated the PscapP, according to Paul H Harris center of rescue operations when it second class pharmacist s mate of the became evident that the currents of Coast Guard Destroyer Tucker which the ocean had carried bodies and yesterday landed the three surviving wreckage rapidly south along the mpmbcrs of the Akron's cr roast while cruisers, destroyers, surf- Brooklyn Navy Yard boats and planes hunted fruitlessly The lone commisisoned officer sur-yesterday off Barnegat    vivor.    Lieutenant Commander Herbert Die body of Lieutenant Comman- y. Wiley, gave his personal escape der H. E. MacLellan was brought here story to the press late yesterday, but at IO p. rn. on Coast Guard Cutter the enlisted men survivors. Second days toll of lives Five men wore rescued by a New' York pollee plane. The dead were: Lieut. Commander David E. Cummins, in command. Pa aqua Ie Bedin, mechanics ma te. The rescued are: Lieut, J. DI. Thornton, Lieut. \V. A. Cocket!, Chief Badin Operator Harley Manl-v, Mechanic's M?,tr (i corge Sprague and Mechanic's .Mate Walt Myers. All were men who knew well the flt officers and crew of th? Akron Thee Marcus Hook Victim of Heart Attack Delegates V ictory Shows Wet Mil,WAUKEE, April 5 LINS) An Dr Leon Gottschalk. for the past J 27 years connected with the Quar- overwhelming vote in favor of re antine Station at Marcus Hook, died pealing the Eighteenth Amendment at 9 30 o'clock this morning in St. was being tabulated throughout Wix Agnes Hospital, Philadelphia. He had been a patient there for the past three weeks, after suffering a collapse at Atlantic City where he had been ordered for his health. He was 56 years old. The physician, who was known to cornin today following the st ate-wide referendum to elect delegates to the repeal convention Incomplete returns Indicated a wet victory bv a four to one majority. In The commissioners voted from all tax collectors, suit to the amount of 70 per t ent. ot their tax "duplicate'* totals. THIRD WARD MAN IN.) UKF I) IN FAU mg his motion, but we ask the House S,™*Ltl<7\of Co*?tract J«* th« Delaware to give us those powers now"    [River    lnterceptos    unit of the new The Anglo-soviet trade treaty ex- *?,wer Wem* Wtts approved by Coun-pires April 17, and the trial of the i ‘-«iu»r. arrested Britishers Starks April 9 or /wo resolutions offered by Director cly    bonds    j    of Public Safety Powel, providing for j cancellation of bonds, following re-I.ONDON. Ajo ii 5 -'INS) —The I moval of display signs from buildings, British government has decided    Iwere adopted. against returning Sir Esmond Ovey    A transfer ordinance presented by lo Moscow as ambassador, it was un-    j I') na nee Director J. J. Luttrell was derstood here today. British officials PasiM>(* on first reading. -----I    insist, however, this does not imply ,A rsolution by Highway Director After falling over a fence at Ninth rupture of diplomatic relations with *'■ d Hunter, providing for agreement and Ward streets, early this    morn- • Soviet    Russia.    j    between the city and Reading Rail ing. John Perrigan, 64 of 130 East! Sir Esmond was recalled to London way' rHatlv* lo Permission to extend Third street,    walked    a    mile    and    one-    to confer with the foreign office re-    j srw*’r P*Pfs undet railroad right of th* Ar«» isis rtf th-    •>    OOO nr. half.    to    Seventh    and    Kerlln    streets,    gal ding tile ai rest and impending    way *} fr°nt and Clayton streets, ctacts to compot. their vol, ..bula!    of    Mot- responded with alacrity to the call to h./nrfVnHc'ftVV^AVutTi'c'    a»7rr7i?nt7"fi'tions the    candidates nlerieed    to "re- ! Residents in the vicinity w ho hundreds of captains    and pilots, (rom    non n    P    'Hie aged man reel, called police    and trinal engineering concern, on charges 213, which found it afloat 30 miles off Atlantic City. The cutter reported much wreckage, but all in bits, near where the body was sighted A report from the steamer George Washington that it had passed what appeared to be an inflated bit of fabric at latitude 39.31, longitude 74 12 sent the cruiser Portland, flagship of the rescue fleet, to that, position off Southern Jersey during the night. The reports from the Cutter 213 and the George Washington made it apparent that unless bodies or bits of wTeckage might have been washed ashore in isolated sections of the coast, above Atlantic City, all further operations must be concentrated to the south. At Lakehurst, the flag at the naval air station flew af full mast though the New Jersey town was in deepest Continued on Page Seven    °"»n liners and down to    tile smallest    peal were leading by a    vote of    343,-    Patrolmrn Talbo(    nnd    Pedrlrk re_ I onlinuoa on age »e\en    rraf which pl)rd    Ih(, Delaware dur-    960 to 77,250    moved the victim to    the    Chester Hox- K Es I Cl NS 87500 POST    in^ ,hf> Pa-St quarter century, began Almost every ba lot was a sold lR] u.hrn. phvsjtJan,. Hld hn waH to fail In health    about    a year ago.    vote either for    fifteen    repeal    ^'*1**-1 .suffering from rib    fractures and i HARRISBURG, Pa.. April 5 TUP)    but remained on    duty.    It was this    J    gates or fifteen    drys, with few    split    badly >sprajn,.d back Resignation of W J. Stitcier Jr.. devotion to his post, associates said, tickets. ‘    ‘    “    ”    '    Votes    of    individual delegates will lie tabulated later. Present, figures indicate the count on straight tickets iw ropolitan-Vickers, I,td , British electrical engine of sabotage. Class Machinists Mate Moody E. Irwin and Boatswain's Mate Richard E. Deal, were still    unable to see    as manager of the State Workmen's    which led to    hts collapse. He suf- visitors today at the    Navy Yard Hos-    Insurance Fund was announced by    fcrod a heart    attack at the .seashore pit a I.    Governor Pinchot today. Stiteler's    find upon his    return lo Marcus Hook Harris was sent over to the German position paid $7500 annually. He was was ordered by the government to only. The individual count was not FORMER MAV OIC DH S Pinchot’s campaign manager in cen-Continufd on Page Seven tral Pennsylvania in 1930. 130 Children Mourn Their Fathers in Akron Crash the Philadelphia institution, where expected to vary he hovered between life and death total Note tor the past three weeks.    In    Milwaukee Dr. Gott.schaik was one of the most popular members of the United States Public Health Service. He possessed a record of rare integrity and loyalty, his service data at Washington containing not one mark traditional center of beer interests, wets piled up a majority of more than IO to I. In River Hills, exclusive Milwaukee suburb, the vote was 90 for repeal to 3 against. Drys, who had conceded before HARRISBURG, April 5-- (INS) John Kflkcr Royal. 74 former mayor greatly from the of Harrisburg, died suddenly at his home here yesterday. MOSCOW, Aiiril 5 TUP) -The Soviet Government softened its attitude toward British subjects accused of sabotage today, consenting to the ice I axe of three of the men on bail. William H Thornton, John Cush* The corpse of a man found float* ing in the Delaware river opposite the Sun shipyard yesterday, was identified as that of Thomas E Brax* ,    .    ,    .    .    ... ...    .    ton.    58, Negro, of 1020 West Ninth J? ■ ’ A W (.M'goi V weie re!ea,sf-d : .street, who had been missing for five " 11 b.ill .ot.tiling 5. J (J 1 J J Ub.es was week* The funeral of tho vier im Mill provided. Ball for William Mac RODY OF MISSI NO MAN IN RIVER Donald was refused. Continued on Page Fourteen Continued on Page Fourteen Plowshare Turns Up Coin of Seventeenth Cen turn weeks The funeral of the victim will be held tomorrow from an undertaker's parlor and burial will be private. MAYOR WARD LO SPF AK LAKEHURST, April 5—Crushed and bewildered by the tragedy which engulfed them when their husbands ATLANTIC HIDES ILL FATED AKRON’S DEAD mourning. Mast of the victims lived vanished with the giant Akron, j near the town, and many left wid-    ftf    the gallant navy heroes CWS. In addition to the personal grief stood mi for news flashes here today, felt over the disaster, there intruded flinging desperately to the hope that the belief that Lakehurst’;; days as a s°me of tilp ships crew have sur-busy airport were over. With the v*vpfl the disaster Akron gone, the Los Angeles expected    Approximately 130 children were to be sold or otherwise disposed of lp^*c fatherless by the deaths of sev-because of age, and the new' Macon cnty-five officers and men w’ho lost scheduled to make its home port in their lives on the Akron and the California, the future of Lakehurst fescue blimp J-3. according to an unappeared dark.    official check-up The list may be Adding to the sorrow of the town increased, officers declared when a was the tragedy of yesterday when complete report Is prepared the Blimp J-3. joining in the search    ■the empty hangar of the main- for Akron victims, crashed into the tooth airship is a constant reminder sea Lieutenant Commander David Ervin Cummins, 37. commander, and Pasquale Bettio, machinist's mate were killed. Five others were rescued bv a New York police .seaplane Henry L Roosevelt, assistant secretary of the navy, pledged last night, that a complete investigation Continued on Page srven of their grief to the wives of enlisted men as they make constant trips to the office of Lieutenant Commander Continued on Page Fourteen AKRON’S SI ST KR SHIR TA KFS TO AIR SOON Topics of Times Army Day Observance Is Urged by Mayor ‘To the Citizens of Chester: "Tomorrow, April 6 is a day set aside by the President of the United States and designated as Army Day th" jv President being to focus the nation and the people rn mr t on the deeds of the Army in he stress of war and in the paths of peace "This dav- Army Day—marks the anniversary of the entrance of the United States in the great World War, where the nation gave the best of its men and their best effort in the great cause, “It Is extremely fitting that the City of Chester, who gave so much in men and the lives of men, should particularly occasion "May I therefore and bunting be dis citizen body gencn m proper ob"-- \ h ' WILLIAM WARD, JR. mphasize this ask that flags aced and the Iv participate AKRON, O, April 5 'UP* The roar of motors reverberated through the Goodyear-Zeppelin airdock today as workmen went soberly about their task of preparing the U. 8 S Macon sister ship of the destroyed Akron, for her maiden flight The huge dirigible, now the flaws only rigid airship, is scheduled to make her first thai flight next Monde; Dock tests are practically completed and only orders from Washington will hold up the projected flights. In all major construction features, the Macon is identical with the Akron She is, 785 feet long and has a helium gas capacity of 6 500 000 cubic fee' A few minor changes in design, such a* improvements in streamlining to increase speed, have been incorporated in the new ship Members of the Macon s crew . many of whom had served on the Akron went determinedly about their various duties, sobered by death of shipmates on the Akron The designers and builders of the ship were satisfied tha' both Macon and Akron were the staunchest and most airworthy lighter-than-air craft that science ann human ingenuity could conceive. AII employes of the Good sear-Zeppelin Comp ny. p* "-ll es Naval officials s'a'-on-d h-r?. >ad    in structed not to talk with reporters. Mayor William Ward, Jr , will address the congregation of St. Luke's C. M. E. Church, Fourth street and ! Central avenue, at the evening sorv* ice next Sunday. Rev. Delbert Kill-json is director in charge of the eve-Noar the old Morgan station onjn,n* Pr°8rarn* the Chester Creek branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad, at    the intersection of the Dutton Mill    and Ches ter Creek roads, there stands an unpretentious farmhouse in appearance I The weatherman predicted ' light, quite iniilar to mort well-kept rural rain" for here Monday night. We homes 'hat dot the countryside of i don't know how heavy it was; but th Im    county.    r, wafi plenty, On the land immediate adjacent lo J     - this farmhouse, members of the J<cni-} The State House passed the beer Lenape tribe, or Delaware Indians, I bill yesterday. Atter tomorrow mid-one*" lived. These tribes    had once    night millions of    Pennsylvanians    will be* a a powerful and war-likr nation, start paying the beer bill. but had been conquered by a northern    - end western assemblage known as Herman Heather has been real the Five Nations,” consisting of the bu*sy *or thr Past f,’w weeks. Oh no, Mohawks Oneydas, Onondagos, Cay- Herman isn’t busy repairing bicycles, ugas    and    Seneca    tribes.    this reason. Ask    Nick, the former After the Five Nations    had con-    driver, [an Imwc Ic pernfitte'd‘tS* otr upv^their Th® way our lawmakers at Harris-iiind but had to subject themselves burB fu*v’rrl ovrr 80°d beer one might ALZ of vthat eluded ^ contatnrrt 32 pot en,, of them from engaging in war, and, ac-;    _ Fording to Indian ideas of    such mat- !    Japanese    army    officials have    de- iris, 'hey were placed on    a footing    creed that    men    under five feet    be ivith womenl They remained in this accepted as recruits. Looks like that ■rn the Indians) degraded manner army us going to be a little short. mu! the last remnant of the nation    _ lad left the shores of the Delaware The census report that 146 per-As far n.s the actual territory held .sons in Pennsylvania were engaged in making alcohol    during    1932 only (    onlinued    on Page Five goes to show how    many    still oper ators the census takers missed. (JEN KR ALKY FAIR, VV A RMKR VV KATHER < ion en nr and somewhat A candidate for mayor in Hastings, Neb, declares that it he's elected he ll make all office holders wear Tt.mv ovpra^s Probably to bluff the publia the    prediction in Eastern    lbat    are working. !a. NYV f‘v, [>l»ware jn .some section of Europe the in i.    Ram is expected to-    Hitler    mustache is all the    rage.    It .    ,    .    seems    to be causing some    rage    in YI    Ill’ll:i'urp..lPrp "V0S’    every    civilized country, if    we know anything. Penns vl and Ma morrow'. The h terday was 55 degrees, at 2 45 p rn , and the lowest was 44, at ll a rn The average of 50 was two degrees above normal for the date and six degrees above the average April 4 last vear. Maximum temperature for the date is 80, established in 1882, and minimum 25, in 1874. Sunrise today was at 5 38 a. m , and auris et will be at 6 29 p. m, Eastern Standard time. The Weather Kl FOK I I D MISSING I ’ me, I h* hrfi^d rvnan** of lh* V'anH* tranquil scam after the Unrm that struck down th* giant Vkron hide* the urcikagr of the ill fated ditlgthle and th* *<**•;«•*-rf 77 rf her cr* *' a* th* r*ui**r T’*'- 'and sear-he*, vain1' f) milf* off Atlantic City, N. J. A amal! searching craft is seen at the right, and at the upper left, the tip of the wing of the plane from which this photo was taken. tat Ives of Amanda Primly, 18-old Negro, of 522 Central ave-la.st night reported her disappearance to police. No reason for her leaving home could be ascribed When she loft she wore a blue coat over a i white drew and a man's soft hat, V\ ASHING I ON, April 5—Weather Forecast—F astern Pennsylvania— Cloudy followed by rain tonight or Thursday. Warmer Thursday. Western Pennsylvania — Cloudy, probably rain tonight and Thursday; warmer. TODAY’S TFM PFK A l I KFS I 6 a. rn. .....42 ll a rn. .. ... S6 7 a. rn. .....44 Noon ,, i % * ...57 8 a. rn. ..... 50 I P rn. .. ... 58 9 a rn. ..... 52 2 p. rn. .. ...58 i IO a. rn. .....54 ;

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