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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVI NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SJEPTEM BER 2O1 OS N 57TH 17561 FINAL EDITION V With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily LeasedWire Reports of United Press CUP and International News Service 1NS CHESTERPA FRIDAY APRIL 7 1933 TWENTYFOUR PAGES COUNTY PRAISED FORIMPROVED HEALTMTATUS Report of Reeent Survey o Read at Meeting Held V32 P C Beverage Foams at Midnight After at Swarthmore 13Year York Fails c r zr r T i Many Interesting Facts Get Presented by Prominent Ciubs 1 here Handicapped 19 STATES DRINK LEGAL BEER SOME A rrvsn I I J PRICE TWO THEYRE LINED UP SOLIDLY FOR BEER Pennsylvania Legislature Flows Freely in to Pass Control in Milwaukee Stormed by Thousands Shout ing and Hilarious With Joy Nineteen states and the District of Columbia embracing slightly more than half the nations population were entitled to drink beer legally they could Ret it AvUnited Press survey showed that beer sale was in the following states Arizona California Colorado Illinois Indiana Kentucky Marv land Minnesota Missouri Montana Nevada NewJersey New York Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island Washington and Wisconsin In the following states sale will be permitted after the dates in dicated Louisiana April 13 Connecticut April 25 North Carolina andVermont May 1 West Virginia May 10 Wyoming May IS The Legislature of Maine first prohibition state authorizedsnle sixty days after its Legislature passed a beer law late in March but referendum petitions were in circulation and a statewide rormh vote may be necessary before sale is permitted i Leaders in Work BEER FLOW STARTS HERE EARLY IN A M at least a prpatpr beer the 32 kind flowed of it is today loofig through he freely in Pennsylvaniatoday without j world through amber classes a single state restriction on the re Beer not near is herp RPPT tail trade and without the coffers of thafhas been pronounced swell commonwealth profittmg one gorgeous exhilarating real great and County was given Swarthmore Womens Club yesterday afternoon by the investigators The head of the commission Dr Joseph W Moumin of the U S Public Health Service and other investigators who explained their findings to the assembled group of doctors laymen and were Dr Walter Clarke of the Amer ican Social Hygiene Association Arthur M Dewccs of the Pennsyl vania Tuberculosis Society Dr The odore B Appel Slate Secretary of Health and Charles Kurtzhalz who m a large measure was responsible for the survey The survey itself is described in a report drawn up by Dr Mounliri general study of public health ad ministration and facilities in Dela ware county was made by the U S jPublic Health Service at the request of the medical and social acencies j and the health authorities of the i county and with the approval of the i A State Health Department The fa vey was designed to assemble infor mation on the followingpoints The public health problems confronting the county the plan of organization which has developed for the perform ance of community health service and the rendered by the several expected that this information lead Scenes comparable to this wore onutcd in many stales on the eve of fromlls wypar rNlle This Photo shows a part of thc that lined up before the Department of Health offices in New York scekmcily licenses to sell T 11 ui wimtimveyou mis iniormpMon Miiciit agencf Sid cafes cigar stores tribute new deal beer left the state m storcs clerks were S Calth serv without a control law kept busv bottles and Wrenrprvn The Republican state organization wrappuig up packages containing 12 VPVS s nl said the county courts should issue containers of the brew that i S XT i c T j si IN aval SubCOmmittee Calls Three Survivors of Air ship Crash Mishap Occurred at Black Horse Tavern When Driver Averted Collision 10 me uuunuy tuurus snoiuu issus unw IUAL Thn firct rvf enses cheers inc ot those was made by The Democratic state organization Hundreds of celebrators waited up j id the licenses should come from said the licenses snoiuet come irom ursu coni bipartisan license boards in 10 disslsnment from a Philadelphia brewery j tricts with at least one Democrat on shortly after 1230 a m i each board Five minutes later the beer started flowing in many places in the c business area one of the other by Arthur Dewccs cx retary of the Pennsylvania The state administration headed by Governor Pinchot said the depart business area one of ment of revenue should distribute i cVowos having assembled at the beer licenses as freely the fall The three opposite schools of thought drafted bills harrangued committees issued statements but Brew Years Ever arrivedand as leases drop in dispensary conducted by Harry Dob litz where a veteran barkeep Barnev So 1 T nil rj 1 1 i One of thc greatest factors in determining a peoples health is the character and availability of the found a conglomerate beer bill stranded on the eadar unable to State Senate cal reach final action before next Monday night The state alcohol permit board ex ercised some measure of control over the business by restricting brewery operation to permitholders by re stricting transportation to authorized carriers and by issuing permits to wholesalers But the remainder of the business vas left to the Federal Government Salmon had new deal Highly polished Continued on Pagrc Twentytwo SEEN WASHINGTON April The first casually of thc open hccr Lieutenant Commander Herbert V season was recorded last night when Wiley only surviving officer of the Akron disaster told his story of the crash to a Congressional investigating committee today In a soft clear voice thc grayhaired Wiley read to the House Naval Affairs Committee the report he presented to the Navy Department nnd which was made public yesterday the three survivors were stacked behind the bar coils cleaned and i BEER RETURN CROWNING INFAMY 8ounce glasses In an MILWAUKEE Wis April old beer that made Milwaukee famous flowed again today in a cele bration pronounced the greatest since signing of the Armistice Breweries on Juneau avenue were I stormed by thousands of shouting hilarious persons At the Miller brewery where beer was passed out free thirsty celebrators seized empty tomato cans discarded bottles or whatever other containers they could find and rushed up to the flowing spigots Wisconsin avenue Milwaukees wide main thoroughfare was jammed The throngs extended up to the brewery area where the noise and excitement reached a frenzied pitch The shifting shouting crowds de layed beer trucks as they started for cafes and taverns Policemen on motorcycles and in squad cars with sirens screaming cleared a path for trucks piled to the peak with cases and kegs At a tavern a few blocks from the Pabst Brewery beer was flowing at A few minutes later it was available at nearly all downtown cafes At one brewery a man rushed from the bottling room carrying a full case He stopped on a loading plat form and tossed the bottles to the crowd Pandemonium prevailed as spectators scrambled madly for the bottles At another brewery a block away crowds stormed the storehouse and seized half a dozen cases Police squads had difficulty restoring any semblance of order At the Pabst brewery German throngs gathered carrying currency m their hands They battled their way up to the storerooms shouldered cases of beer and hurried homeward On Wisconsin avenue celebrators stood on tops of automobiles singing Sweet Adeline and other songs faI mihar in beer drinking circles i The Milwaukee celebration which f had been discouraged by city officials i surpassed expectations of brewers1 City authorities had urged citizens to wait until after Lent to celebrate i CHICAGO CUP chii cago s loop resounded today to drink WASHLNGTON April While the thirsty citizenry of 19 states and the national capital rev eled today in the return of beer no hosannas were being sung by the Gr ganized drys Heres how the National United ottier row were 16ounce glasses The former sold for a dime and the larger glasses for 15 cents Two halves tapped on arrival vanished like the dew in a summers sun and the call went up for more Other midcity clubs and former speaks were doing a similar busi ness The little peepholes that cus tomers were surveyed through van ished and the doors swung open inviting all in to take part in the celebration and quaff a few steins on this hoppy morning Daylight saw cavalcades of beer laden trucks lumbering their way to Wilmington Del Baltimore Md and other points south Every driver seemed to be in a hurry to reach his destination as their orders were to get here as soon as Trucks of local bottlers and dis tributors arrived early most of them getting here before 1 a m Down at Second and Thurlow streets at Dan TCT A rT xr TnTr icl Tooheys one of the oldest bot CELEBRATION tling establishments in the city drivers worked throughout the night getting orders ready for delivery this Committee for Law Enforcement Clinton N Howard chairman char actoriaed the historyma king event The crowning infamy of the ages with the single exception of the crucifixion of the Son of God by the politicians of Jerusalem is the cru cifixion of the Constitution by the Seventythird Congress now in ses sion by and with the advice nnd consent of the President of the United States in legalising by statute what is prohibited by the Constitution to become operative on Black Friday April 7 1933 After the committee adjourned until Wednesday when Lieutenant Com mander Wiley is expected to submit to questioning and give additional de tails He flinched as photographers flash lights lighted the dim hearing room almost as lightning had played around the Akron on its tragic cruise He read rapidly 300 feet lightning visible to south fog rise to flying altitude lightning all around thundered ship was not struck by lightning ship was falling rapidly Started falling rapidly no longer could steer looked out window at the waves Gave order to stand by for crash no further conversation a motor truck hcnvilv loaded with cases of the amber liquid was put out of commission much to the re gret of a thirsty Baltimore clientele The truck of fiveton capacity bearing a consignment of 400 cases of the 32 beverage was part of a fleet of 30 motor vehicles enroutc from Norristown to Baltimore when it was temporarily put out of service Thc companion trucks continued on to the aid of Baltimores thirsty leaving the wounded comrade lying on its side in a ditch at the side of the road in front of the Black Horse Tavern on the Baltimore Pike near f The accident occurred as the fleet speeded toward Baltimore The heavy fog prevailing caused a passing mo toristto take the wrong side of the road along a narrow section of the pike The driver of thc beer truck veered the vehicle to avoid collision with the pleasure car and skidded into a ditch at the side of lhc road ovcr of h bottles were it only a few broken Rain morning and with the coming of the sun around 6 a m light delivery trucks were filtering through the residential sections and drivers could be seen carrying cases to scores of homes a scene absolutely new to thousands of the younger generation Real beer drinkers were cautious during the first rush hours OT course there was beer on tap at mid night but most of it was wildcat product and who wanted co drink tfoas stuff with aged beer just around the corner Not a few to be on the safe side drank only bottled which is put up at the breweries and WINS JAIL TERM Twentyfour in a case became pop ular last midnight But 24 in this particular case peeved Justice of the Peace John S Meclcary of Upper Darby The two dozen referred to were arrested during the height of a gin party when police raided their hang iu iuitiici conversation f when hit water crashed much harder lorfcrncnts wore on hand immediately than expected water came in an salvage work started as soon submerged me must have ias conditions pcrmiited this carried me out of a window morning Upon reading his closely typed re Meanwhile passingmotorists were port Wiley carefully folded it put it Pernuttcd to share in the celebration of the return of beer by being treated Continued on Fifteen to a bofctlc two of the intended merchandise for Baltimore consump tion Rumor of the accident circu lated rapidly and traffic was unusually heavy all morning until thc beer that remained was once more on its way PLANS FOR MACONS INITIAL FLIGHT ZEPPELIN 7 DOCK AKRON O to the Maryland municipality The fleet of 30 trucks left Norris trary Lieut Com skipper of the U S ahead today with Akrons sistorship Alger H Dresel S Macon went ans to fly the i next Monday street You ought to be ashamed of your gin en a night like this commented the magistrate as he sentenced each to 30 days in the county jail at Media morning weather and ground condi tions permitting He admitted that the navy depart may yet postpone the initial fora day or two but did not anticipate delay Continued on Page Twentytwo Continued on Pagre Twentytwo NAME CONSERVATOR FOR CLIFTON BANK Chief of Police Issues Beer Order For City Bluecoats Its all right now for policemen to know the whereabouts of beer dispensing places They can look into them but they mustnt be caught making them their hang Today Chief of Police John Vance issued the following police order The place for an officer in uni form is on the street except when police work requires him to enter a building Any officer in uniform found in a beer dispens ing place will be suspended from duty at once to appear before the mayor As heretofore an alco holic breath will not be tolerated while on duty PART OF DELAWARE BARS BEER TRUCKS BALTIMORE April INSJ Beer trucks plying between PhiJa t delphia and Baltimore today were i forced to travel tortuous country j lanes and side roads when authori I ties in Delaware refused transporta the beverage through its pre county situated near the state line cincts The An attractive blonde was found to have more than in counterfeit money in her possession when she was arrested by Detective Thomas JlUK IS TJT bone dry through local option Beer iHame5 of Upper Darby yesterday afternoon while attempting to pass a counterfeit bill in a store on Sixtyninth street UEER MONEY Trapped in Store in Upper Darby When She Ten dered Counterfeit Bill hullabaloo that accompanies an im portant celebration The departing hour was 1201 a m Carl Hasscl of Fiftyseventh street and Woodland avenue Philadelphia was the recruit in charge Of the dis abled truck Thc owner of the trans port is the Union Transfer Company and Alcohol Permit No 310 was shown to police authorities j traffic was forced to detour from the I mam highway to skirt the area VICE CHANCELLOR DIES ATLANTIC CITY April 7Vice Chancellor Robert H Ingersoll one of Uie best known jurists in Southern Women Voters Say Drink ing by MinorsIs a Real Menace Drinking of the new 32 beer by youths is a real menace and should be prohibited by the Legislature de clared members of the Womens Re publican Club of Delaware County in 2 resolution adopted at their meet ing held in the clubhouse at Second StrCGtS Mcdiayesterday PENNA MUST AID 1 RELIEF TO GET R FC CASH Request by Pinchot for Refused Until Assembly Acts Governor Calls Leaders to Meet at Harrisfaiirg Mon day for Parley v WASHINGTON April Pennsyl vania will receive no more money from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation until us Legislature draws upon its own resources to take care of the direct roller of its needy This dictum was presented yester day to Governor Pinchot state of ficials and members of both houses of the General Assembly by Fred C Croxton directorof ihe relief divi sion of the R P C To meet the requirement of the Federal relief body Governor Pin chot on ihe instance of the mem bers of the Lesislnuiro who attended the meeting here has called a con ference of leaders of the Assembly for 10 oclock Monday morning At the conference in effort fo reach an agreement upon the amount of money that can be raised for re lief work and the measures to secure the money will be made The decision of the R F C pre cludes the possibility of Pennsylvania receiving the which Gov ernor Pinchot last week in formed them is necessary during April Acting as spokesman for the group which represented every thought in the State Legislature upon direct re lief the Governor made the follow ing statement at the conclusion of the conference with Croxlon It is the sense of the Pennsylvania members of this meeting to express he keenest appreciation of express the keenest appreciation of the courtesy shown us by Mr Croxton Second the meeting is unanimously agreed that the necessary money must be raised And third it has been de cided that the leaders of the State Senate and the State House with other officials of the Commonwealth who attended today will confer with the Governor in his office on Monday morning at 10 oclock At that time it will be decided how much money can be raised from the resources of lhe State for direct relief and the manner in which this money can be obtained Present at the meeting were ho following in addition to the Governor Lieutenant Governor Edward C Shannon Auditor General Charles A Waters General Edward Martin chairman of the Republican State Committee Senators John J Me CI ure Harry Scott Andrew J Sordord John Rice Representatives Grovcr C Talbot Speaker of the House Philip H Sterling P B Rice George N Wade Wilson G Sarig Chester A Rhodes and Eric H Blcldle assistant to the presidentof the State Emer gency Relief Commission The entire relief situation of he state was again laid before Crorcton who this time was enabled to hear i every side of the controversy which I hns held up in the SCatc Legislature i Pinchofs relief legislation providing imore than for direct relief work After hearing all factions Crox ton informed the delegationthat the iv F C did not desire to take sides ni the matter of relief appropriations but that on the other hand it has decided that no more money will RO to Pennsylvania for the work unless the Legislature makes a sizeable ap propriation from the states resources The R P c official declared that the board does not regard the recent appropriation of for relief work during April and May as suffi cient to warrant favorable considera tion of Pinchots latest application for for April let alone fur ther additional funds In the ensuing months He emphasized that what ever funds arc made available by the Legislature they must be of sufficient amounts to insure material assistance in meeting the situation GENERAUXFAIR COOLER WEATHER Generally fair and cooler is the prediction today in Eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Tomorrows prediction is fair with rising temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was 62 degrees at noon and the lowest was 48 at 6 a m The average of 55 was seven degrees above the average April 6 last year Maxi mum temperature for the date is 87 established in 1929 and minimum 25 in 1898 Sunrise today was at 535 a inand sunset will be at 631 p m Eastern Standard Time PA ECONOMY BILL AID FROM W Institution Among Four Teachers Colleges Eliminated in Biennial Appropriations Which Reduces All State Slashed a Year Budget Provided Governors Figures Recommended Are Low ered by for Same Purposes Proposals in Line With Economy Plans of Legislature Which Will Get Committees Suggestions Monday HARRISBURG Pa April economy proposals of a dras tic nature were carried out today in the general appropriation bill pro viding for the general expenses of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the next two years The bill eliminates State support of four teachers colleges and two surgical hospitals ruts the salaries of nil State officials restricts the mim j The resolution introduced by Mrs Taken before Magistrate John S Julis Yarnall of Swarthmore prom priparv rrifi wirt r incnt dry leader declared that brewers of the country have embarked on a nationwide He had been ill Vicef Chancellor oiiducenor appointment in 1922 from Chancellor j Walker He was reappointed reccived yesterday t h a the Treasury Department through the controller of the cur rency Washington D C has ap pointed Howard M Collins for manv j Washington Beer Mecleary thc girl said she is Eve 23 of South Twelfth street she did not know the money was bad and insisted that a man had given it to Still protesting her innocence the slender modishly attired girlwas Bank of Clifton Heights conservator aor the bank in conformity with the new emergency banking measure passed by Congress on March 9 Since thc bank holiday the Clifton Heights bank has been operating on a restricted basis Patrons and resi Clifton Heights fee that Mr April boss of the Abner Drury Brew ery stepped out on the shipping plat form at 1201 a m today and shouted to a truck driver The White House Lee her go Vine motor roared and the first shipment of beer to be delivered in Washington started for the executive Pennsylvania traffic f Collins appointment as con mansion It arrived with the reflects the confidence of of four motorcycle the of the United States the bank The bank will continue to accept deposits in special accounts subject to restrictions of any sign President Roosevelt the first beer f A marine was riding on top of the truck justto make things official The beer truck stopped in the nar row street between the White House and State Department It was fol terming consumption of beer by youths a real menace The reso lution calls upon the Senate and WOoHoU5f1 Harrlsburff to embody in taken to Philadelphia where she was passed the provision turned over to the Federal authorities that 3t Kna11 Mcgal to sell beer of According to Haines he rcreivpd alcoholic content to boys complaints from Sixtyninth girls undr 13 vearR merchants that an attractive girl was i account of sessions passing queer money in their stores TcaKue of Nations at Geneva Whentrn girl attempted to pass one i hat was of the bills in a grocery ston the Mlss Bcsse D Howard di clerk called Haincs and thc Tatter1 T Leriuc of Nations As soon appeared and arrested thn HH Branch was State Appropriations For Co Institutions Bills reported favorably by the House Appropriations Committee of the Slate Legislature nt Harris burfr yesterday Included Delaware County 200 Taylor Hospital Ridley Park Chester Day Nursery and Childrens Home Amonp jhc hospital nnd home appropriation bills reported to the floor of tho Semite from com mittee was that of Chester Hos pital bcr of departmental deputies and their salaries nnd transfers main tenance of the State Police to the motor fund Colleges affected by the bill are the West Chester and StroudsburR institutions in the Eastern part of the State and the Clarion and California schools in the western section Hospital for which no appropria tions were provided are located at Conldnle and Shamokin in the an thrncitc section The was reported from the House Appropriations tee for final lactlohv nexti Monday night when the work The bill cuts from Gov ernor recommenda tions of for the same purposes the pen era 1 expenses of the executive judicialand legislative de partments of the State government HITLER MANY REICH CHANGES BERLIN April 7 INS The cabinet of Chancellor Adolf Hitler took another step today to transform the German Reich into a 100 per cent Nazi State A sweeping plan for reorganization of the countrys legislative and admin istrative system making the separate states completely subservient to cen tralized NaxL rule was slated for con sideration by the cabinet today The plan calls for appointment of a staff of prefects with headquarters in Berlin who will take over the powers and prerogatives formerly en joyed by individual state premiers and State Cabinets elected by their re spective Diets Each perfect who will have the title of will be endowed with supreme authority over the dis trict he is appointed to rule being responsible to no one but Chancellor Hitler and his cabinet If the measure is adopted it will mean a complete and revolutionary change in the federal government machinery in the seventeen individual states and the free cities of the Reich McCLURE BILLIS SIGNED BY PINCHOT Media Remains Dry As of Yore Media dry before the Volstead Act has all the appearanceof re maining dry in the present era despite the general rush to the beer market There was no beer on sale inthe County Seat today and as far as a Times reporter was able to discover there are no places of business preparing to sell the 32 per cent beverage HARRTSBURG Pa April McClure Act to permit Penn sylvania governmental divisions to borrow Federal funds for selfLiquida tion public works was signed by Gov ernor Pinchot today Thc Governor also signed two other measures changing registry assessor laws The bill introduced by Sen John J McClure Delaware county gave coun ties cities boroughs towns and town ships authority to negotiate bond is sues to repay any loans obtained from the R F C for selfliquidating con struction work Appropriations for every division of the state government maintained by the general fund were cut except the amounts set aside for legislative use and tliese were increased in the committees report as compared with the Governors budget The budget proposed for the Senate and tne House expenses The bill as it came from committee set that figure at an in crease of The largest cuts from the Gov Prodded in the S2497 000 saving by the committee lnjthf State Welfare Department and the 32491500 to be saved trom consolidatingthe State Police and State Highway Patrol and sup porting both units from the motor uind instead of tli general fund The bill provides that the Gov nL be instead of annually that the State Jrcasurcr Auditor General Secre tary of Public Instruction Attorney General and Secretary of Revenue be paid instead of Secretary of Internal Affairs and other departments heads in stead of 510000 mid the Lieutenant r Deceive instead of h re UP 011 th bcr of deputies each department may have The attorney general is limited to 11 deputies1 at set salaries the Labor and Industry Department to awdfour bureau heads affairs to one deputymines to two deputies property and sup plies to one deputy and four bureau heads public instruction to three deputies revenue tg one deputy and three bureau heads State Department to onedeputy and one bureau chcf welfare to one deputy and three bureau heads forests and waters to one deputy and two bureau heads insur a hce to two deputies internal to one de puty and two bureau heatis the audi tor general to two deputics and four bureau directors the treasury de partment to one deputy and two bureau chiefs agriculture to one deputy nnd three bureau heads Salaries permitted deputies ranged from to 36000 and bureau heads from to Attor neys were provided the state treas ury auditor general and secretary of internal affairs at annually Salaries of all judges were reduced in accordance with the economy plans before the legislature Subsidies to state aid hospitals have been increased 20 per cent and to stateaided welfare homes 10 per cent over the appropriations for tha present biennium J Governor Pinchots budget provided for in state expenditures The reduction of from the general expenses the legislature can control reduced that total to 000000 as the money to be paid out of the general fund beginning June 1 for a twoyear period Topics of Xiiraes There was little call for ale among ale fellow well met during the wee sma hours today There was a rise in the stock mar ket yesterday This was one time the beers accomplished something Brexvery horses drawing drays loaded with beer were about as scarce this morning as beer nibblers de manding wildcat brew The only difference most found in the beer sold today and that sold yesterday was the price Uncle Dan of the Eleventh ward was going around today with a smile He has been feeling much better lately U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April UP The treasury net balance for April 5 was Expenditures that day were Customs re ceipts for the month through April 5 were hel ard i trucks paused at the rance of White House What bills previously no was found in her possession leading Haines to believe that she worked with an accomplice who made his escape The twenty counterfeit bills found in her possession were said to with j be unusually good specimens and dim night club On j cult to detect Accordingtothe Fed the Par declared that Amer rh d Sat side No authorities the address the girl gave is in the vicinity of Twelfth and Spruce streets and Is said to be the headquarters for South Philadelphia Gari8sters who have been suspectefl i Conned oa Page Twoljtw recalled the statement attributed to former Secretary of State Stimson that our foreign trade is the marzrm of our prosperity Nations must cooperate and the Geneva system is an evolution of this spirit said Miss Howard for there must be kind of interna tional administration The speaker praised former Presi dent Hoovers steps toward interna tional understanding particularly his Continued Twentytwo SemiMartial New Acting under authorization of the War Department received at Third Corps Area Headquarters in Balti more Major General Paul B Malone Corps Area Commander issued in structions placing all necessary ma chinery of the military service under his control in operation for the prompt reception and processing of the 5400 members of the Civilian Conservation Corps initially allocated to the Corp1 Area Some from Ches ter are to be sent from the Philadel phia area Quotas assigned to various Army posts and the communities from which derived are as follows Port Hoyle Md 500 from Philadelphia Fort George G Meade 2500 from Philadelphia Fort Howard 500 Holabird Quartermaster 200 and Fort Humphreys Va 300 all from Baltimore Fort Washing ton Md 500 from Washington D C Fort Monroe 000 from Pi ttsburgh Corps Area instructions to the va rious Recruiting agencies in the four major cities from which the 5400 men are to come direct that all ap plicants who bear duly authenticated cards of registration be given only casual physical examinations by Continued on Page Twentytwo A group of local former service men had a meeting last night Busi ness was so important that the meet ing lasted until early this morning Most of the boys who waited up to celebrate wished the bartender a Hoppy Brew Years Day This beer has stimulated business reports indicate Thats the kind of a kick most people have been for A census shows that very few po licemen ordered beer from dealers That isnt the way cops expect to get Modern bartenders Imve only one kick about this legislation They dont know what a customer wants when he asks for half and half Now its time to go home and break up the crock and throw tha capper ac the neighbors cat Weather WASHINGTON April Pennsylvania Fair and cooler in extreme southeast por tion tonight Saturday fair and warmer Western Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Saturday rising temperature Saturday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 52 11 amV 56 Noon 54 1 p m 54 2 p m Sfl 58 58 58