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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17562 Daily Leased Wire Reoorts of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY APRIL S 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS PINCHOT VETOES McCLURES BILL WREPEALVOTE Calls Measure Unfair Favors Senatorial Dis trict Plan NEW ASSISTANT WAR SECRETARY Says Act Puts Into Oper ation Contradictory I Methods of Choice HARRISBURG April i nchot late yesterday vetoed the Mej Clure bill to provide a constitutional j convention on repeal of yie Eight eenth Amendment The Governor contended the meas urewas not a fair bill He declared he would approve a bil I providing for the election of delegates by Senatorial districts j This plan would give Philadelphia eight and Allegheny county six of the I 50 delegates to be elected and place the balance of power largely in the rural districts j The bill sponsored by Senator John j J McCluie of Delaware County provided for the election of 51 dele gates 17 at large and one from each or the 34 Congressional districts in the state Pinchot declared this bill would put in operation at the same time two contradictory methods of choos ing delegates and would nullify the will of the people if 20 Congressional districts elected delegates pledged one w y and the 17 delegates at large pledged the opposite way To give a fair expression of public opinion the governor said the dele gates either should all be elected by districts or all elected at large He voiced an objection however to the election of all delegates at large because that would result in discrim ination against those parts of the state in which elections are com monly conducted without fraud This bill the governor Announced in his veto message provides for a convention to ratify or reject the pro posed amendment to the Constitu tion of the United States repealing the Eighteenth amendment The people have a right to pass upon this question in the manner Erescribed by Congress I am ready to approve a fair and proper bill for calling such a convention But this is not a fair bill If of the 34 district delegates 20 3STORY FRAME DRY CHARTER HOUSmSTOLEN HISTORY CITED Wrecker With Contract to Chester Attorney Urges Raze Structure Finds Retention of Law by Only Chimney Standing County Seat Residents Lost One threestory frame dwellj The history causes and effects of mg Last seen on the northeast i tnc dr charter in Media was fully Mary and Wich street aSS uS Any information of its whereabouts prohibition advocate at a meeting phone police i of the Allied Forces in Support of Eighteenth Amendment at the tne Mecha Demo Yes sir A house has beon stolen It is the first time in the history of Chester that police have received rr such a complaint and thev hope its f tne largest crow v ever to ac the last te a n meeting of the dry The stolen building was part of the Longbotham estate It wasnt exactly j what the young bride and bridegroom might be looking for but neverthe for dry forces Geary told of the tedlnf Charter m the borough Then the c Sen 1 LIUL viwULo SEEK CAUSE OF AKRONS CRASH 3FY the estate decided to have the building razed according to Building Inspector James A Devlin The man to whom the contract was i Harry Woodringr former grovernor of Kansas is shown at his desk the War Department at given to tear down the building was to start work yesterday He arrived with his equipment but the building wasnt there Well that isnt exactly true The brick chimney was there have in th 10 taken this matter failing to appreciate for the a labors of the patriots who brought the great reform to fruition From the beginning of history the liquor traffic has waged war on the human race and no land was ever more for Use Si It was learned that someone who damned by it his desk in heard the building was to be scrapped j in 1819 The Darbv Washington arrived Thursday night with a truck i Discouraging the Unnecessarv use 01 a few moments after hewas sworn They hitched a cable from the truck I SpiritousLiquors issued an address in as assistant secretary of war lo a scction of the building and one protesting against the prevailing 1 and the frame house came i serving of liquors in such quantities i PLEAS OF WIFE AID YOUNG serving of liquors in such quantities j and to anyone asking for it Rapidly I the sentiment against the traffic rum and whiskey were the convicts in creased and the efforts to stav the Placed on Probation by Court Admits Using Slugs in Phone Boxes Continued on Last Page WILMINGTON YARD GETS BIG CONTRACT The tearful pleas of his wife gained a suspended sentence for James Bos worth of Catonsville Md who pleaded guilty yesterday to using slugs in telephone pay stations in this city Bos worth was placed on pro bation for 60 days by Judge Roger Fronefieid According to detectives of the Bell Telephone Company they trapped Bosworth placing the slugs in a cen tumbling down like London Bridge The crash attracted some one hun dred odd wood gatherers who had every piece of lumber cleared away within one hours time The building ravages of that traffic crystallized was stolen strictly speaking accordi into the temperance societies In 1834 all these societies in the county joined in forming the Dela ware County Temperance Society In addition to the foregoing the citi zens of the county who had had busi ness at the Court House in Chester and many of whom had attended A former emp oyer of a man now j courtas jurors and parties could not serving time in the county jail is so ing to police and that makes news TO AID A FRIEND In fact during that the newly he is that not only to give the man but is willing to pay his j walks fine of and costs Charles Dougherty of East Lansdowne so j answered yesterday when questioned by Judge John M Broomall who heard parole appeal with Judges from Chester membercd the idle persons the hotels nnd loitering on the sidc Tncy could not forget that iscd by the product or the tavern the grocery and the beer houses had been one of the causes for removal of the NEW YORK April citizenry of 21 slates and the District of Columbia stood ready to support members of ConRrcss in their conten tion that 32 beer is nonintoxicating in fact These citizens should know for they emerged at dawn today from an orgy of nnding out literally just how much of the now brew they could drink They drank much the first 21 hours legalised beverage was on sale that brewerswarned of a nntionnl shortage if the first days rate of consumption is maintained It was estimated 1500000 barrels of the new 32 brew was consumed by the country between 6 a m yes terday and last night With this unprecedented consump tion police in all parts of the coun try reported little or no drunken ness In lhc city of New York there was not a single arrest for drunken ness resulting from the new beer during the tirst days sale and no drivers of automobiles had been en countered who were intoxicated on the legalized beverage police rc ported Here arc the members of the Hoard of Inquiry charged with j Only one complaint was registered against the new brew nnd that was universal in practically all com munities over tho wide area where beer flowed legallyfor the nrst time sion of Airship Dcsjjrn in the Construction Corps Washington and Captain in IA was not enough to 1500000 BARRELS OF BEER USED IN Consumption Yesterday Over the Nation Causes Reported Shortage Available to 70000000 in SUPPLY OF BEER ON THE FIRST DAY SOON EXHAUSTED Demand Proves Far in Ex cess of the Distributors Expectations 21 States No Drunken ness Is Noted Amber Fluid Sold Every Henry V Butler rapper of the Washington Navy Yard presiding1 officer Lieutenant Commander Ralph G Tcnnoycr upper judge advocate Commander Garland Fulton of the Oivl Harry E Shoemaker Sunnyvale Cul commamlnnl of the Naval Air Station at go around watching the place for several days j anest the defendant signed and thcir fivc small children one of WILMINGTON April Department has awarded the Dravb Contracting Company a contract for one of the largest floating dry docks ever made to be constructed at the Wilmington plant of the Dravo Company according to an announcement today from the in dustrial department of the Cham ber of Commerce The drydock to cose about 630 will be the length of a city block It will be xised at the naval base at San Diego Calif Work on the construction is expected to start About the middle of summer The drydock will measure 390 feet long 60 feet wide and will have a closed bow a hinged gate at the stern and will have an oil engine generators pumps piping and an electric power and lighting system THEFT OF PEANUTS MAKES TROUBLE After a statement in which he admitted that he had used the slugs on nu merous occasions He said he had been brought from Baltimore to sell tickets for a ball which the Media Republican Club headed by Gleave L Baker vail con duct and that he was employed by a Mr OHara en a commission basis The case was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Louis A Bloom Harry Black Negro of Flower Hill was given from 1 to 5 years in the county jail when he admitted break ing into two vacant houses in this city According to the owner of the houses Black stole plumbing and Albert Dutton MacDade and Henry i C Niles the latter of York county j Amoda Collela of East Lansdowne seeking the parole was sentenced by Judge Niles last October to a term been three robberies His wife testified that she Prom without the county came the voice of organized effort Throughout Continued on LaslPajtre at several The theft of a few peanuts from a vending machine at Third and Market streets yesterday afternoon got John Short 51 Negro into a peck of trouble Short was detected taking the pea gifuts by the owner of the machine asked him to get away An argu ensued and Short is alleged to have pulled out a blackjack His ac ion was noticed by Patrolman Holt who seized the weapon and arrested Short He was charged with disor derly conduct in police court today and also carrying a concealed deadly weapon electrical fixtures valued hundreds of dollars Harry Todd alias Harry berry of Ridge road Linwood was fined nnd costs and given from two months to three years in the county jail when he pleaded guilty to violating the liquor laws Todds home was raided by county detectives and a small quantity of liquor seized Fred Gibson Negro of Jasper street Media was fined and costs and given from three months to three years in the county tail for a liquor law violation Gibsons place was raided by county detectives after numerous complaints were rrceived John Stevens Negro of 3a Isle City N J given from one to three years in the county jail and fined and costs when he pleaded guilty to operating a flimflam game In Lansdowne According to them born a few weeks after Collclas conviction were destitute Attorney Ralph Lindemuth PROBE CHARGES MAT BOUT WAS FIXED KRON Drag Ocean Bottom Hop ing to Find Bodies of Crew in Wreckage ABOARD U S S PORTLAND pearcd for the defendant and the stances which terminated the Savoli April to thci tradi CHICAGO April api plete investigation of the A com circum commomvcalth was represented by diLondos wrestling match Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft Jr Judge Niles reserved his decision STEALER OF MILK WILL BE DEPORTED His taste for milkled to the ar rest of Gilbert Reo 23 East Indian early this morning and after he serves 30 days in the county jail he faces deportation having admitted j that he entered this country illegally last year Reo was arrested in the Fifth ward early today by Patrolmen Logue and Hager When taken into custody he had two quarts of milk he had stolen from a door step He faced Magistrate Honan in police court on charges of petty larceny but when arraigned he was questioned by Police Superintendent Deavenport who drew an admission that he jumped ship in this port a year ago and since then has been living here Immigration officials were notified and will remove Reo to the immigra tion station at Gloucester N J for deportation FLOOD SITUATION SERIOUS at the I lions of the Navy 30 searching ships o Stadiimi last night was continued the dogged virtually hope Vki U Y1 1 A ii ft i t l ducted today by the Illinois Athletic Commission Charges that the bout may have been were to be sifted when Chairman Joe Triner summoned all parties to the office of the commis sion Savoldi was given the decision over Londos who claimed the cham Icss hunt today for possible survivors of the Akron disaster Hope has died but determination lives on The ships maneuvered through the seas near the spot where the ill fated queen of the air plunged to destruction from a lightningslashed sky lookouts kept grimly alert pionship at the conclusion of 26 min for signs of wreckage of thc giant utesand 20 seconds with Londos in the grip of a crotch hold Ed White manager ot Londos to day was loud in his protest thac the Greek Adonis shoulders were not pinned to the mat for the required three seconds It was revealed among other things that Emil Thiry veteran official was to have referred the match but that at the last inin dirigible which went down with a loss of 73 lives Captain Herbert Fairfax Lcary of the Portland who is in full charge of the search scanned the waters under a leaden sky with anxious eyes from his bridge expressed belief the wreck of thc Akron is still near the point at which it fell A study of wind and sea currcnts and the points a I which debris al formcr heavyweight ready has been picked up has con vinced me the Akron will be found within a mapped area of 25 miles by 20 miles he declared This area he indicated will be thc ute the assignment was switched to Bob Man a go ff wrestler It was the first time in four years thatLondos has been beaten al though three opponents had won I American to Ask Dictator Ques tions on Arms Policy April H Davis President Roosevelts am bassadoratlargc in Europe was received by the highest officials of the German povcrnmcnt today After a brief formal audience with President Von Hindchburg Davis motored to the chancellory to discuss current problems with Chancellor Adolf Hitler Davis and his party reached Berlin from Paris They were greeted by foreign office officials and newspaper correspondents and proceeded to the hotel Esplanade where Davis will make his headquarters It was learned that Davis will re quest precise answers to questions on Germanys disarmament policy since MENPHIS Tenn April J JL i i L 1 Martin Devine Stevens purchased j State convicts aided workmen eggs from him and told him to sandbagging leaks in the dikes of JANET GAYNOR WINS A DIVORCE bring change for a S10 bill When Devine arrived with the eggs and the change Stevens took the latter and entered a house to get the S10 bill He walked out through the back door and was captured after a chase swollen rivers today as the flood situation continued threatening along the Yazoo Yalobusha Cold water and Tallahatchie rivers Wasp Lake and Pattison Cassidy and Mathew Bayous falls from him in threefall matches TWO FALSE ALARMS ANGER FIREMEN Continued on 1aRc Two HAD GOLD FOR HOARDING Every piece of fire apparatus in BALTIMORE Md April Baltimore and Ohio railroad today denied it withdrew over a mil lion dollars in gold ten before the banking holiday was declared if hoard this city was called to Wilson streets at Sixth oclock and last5 Continued on Tape Two AKRON VICTIM FOUND n rn n lhc name of the railroad was linked with 900 individuals and concerns The body of Another of the victims j who withdrew or more prior ofthc Akron tragedy was recovered s to thc state banking moratorium LOS ANGELES Cal April old story of a clash between two ar tistic temperaments yesterday won a divorce for Janet Gaynor movie star and former Philadelphia In Superior Court here Miss Gay 3or said her husband Lydell Peck a screen wrtier was jealous of her and Continually criticized her film work She testified Peck objected to her Staying late at the studio and was suspicious of her In her complaint she declared he failed to show her ihusbandJy consideration TKES 15 PER CENT PAY CUT WASHINGTON April 8 UP President Roosevelt has taken the same reduction in pay that he im posed on all Government workers a few days per cent He revealed today he remitted this Ljercentage of his first monthly pay check to the Treasury The Presidents salary is S75000 a lycar ASSESSED CLIENT Attorney for Convicted Man Claims Cost Taxing Plan Should Be Changed According to Attorney J Borton I Weeks under present practices of F D R EXPANDS CAPITAL PARLEY Invites Nine Nations to Discuss World Economic Restoration night when Box 232 of the city elec trical system at that intersection was twice pulled by a false alarm The alarms were dispatched one following the other with only a short I interval between the first being i His address was given as w Qt rN answered by district companies and Seventieth street New York City tc rjrIstrlct Court Philadelphia today thc Philadelphia Navy Yard was informed by radio from onr of the cruisers conducting the search The body was Lieutenant Colonel J F Masury an officer in DISCHARGED AS BANKRUPT Dominic Scali trading Scali Construction Company C 11 f t o the Ordnance Reserve of the Army clehts was PrarUccl a discharge as v upon the sounding of the second the remaining apparatus responded Firemen and police searched the neighborhood for the person or per sons responsible but the search proved futile False alarms have been a com monplace occurrance in tho western section of the being ap proximately five such calls responded to in the past month WILL voluntary bankrupt In the WASHINGTON April Moving with a swiftness that made taxing costs in criminal cases defend the Foreign Diplomatic Corps in Wash arp hmnnrnmniw to mSton gasp with amazement President ants are being compelled to pay many R0oscveit today had invited virtually t perhaps tens of the whole world tosend representa thousands of dollars thousands of dollar should more thsn they tives here to discuss realistic action tne economic rehabilitation of the The body was found floating on i ycstcrday the surface by the tanker John D i Archibold and will be taken to New j York City Capt Gordon W Hainrs commandant of thc Philadelphia Navy Yard said It was picked up approximately 33 miles clue cast of Atlantic City in the vicinity whore most of the fragmentary wreckage of the Illfated dirigible lias been dis covered HELD FOR HEARING Grover C Talbot of Norwood Mrs Eva of Prnladcl Speaker of the House of Reprcsentai phia who was arrested Thursday 11 if 11 i i i jt IN RELIEF CRISIS Asks Public Aid to Force Legislation Sees 2000 000 in Need CHICAGO April turno to a weekend of beer festivity today while gladdened merchants and tradesmen working through the night tomeet a deluge of orders said they were doing the greatest business since J9 Beer consumption In Chicago dur ing the first hours of legalization surpassed expectations even of brew ers Restaurants and cafes were notified last night that their supplies may be curtailed after tomorrow Breweries sent out emergency calls for workers and truck drivers Triple where Hard Liquor Consumption Drops Chester went balmy over beer yesterday Many thousands of thirsty ones absorbed the supplies of the various distributors in this city and hundreds drank good beer for the first time The rush of orders for case was unprecedented and shortly after noon many of the jobbers who thought they had laid in a supply to last them over the weekend had to send out SOS calls for more to meet the demands of their customers who demanded immediate delivery Impromptu bars were fitted up in cigar stores restaurants and drug stores Even chain stores were cater ing to the beerloving public ona chain concern sellinggood beer at J cents for three 12ounce bottles Much of the demand in this city came from residents over the Dela ware state line There were more automobiles bearing Delaware licenses seen In this city last night than there have been for many years Police say this was due to the fact that the neighboring state is still bone dry no beer being allowed in that state yet Nickel beer was as hard to find as a happy speakeasy proprietor Ten cents for an eight ounce glass was the prevailing price but everyone seemed willing to pay this price for a drink oC real beer The consump tion of hard liquor fell of more than RO per cent speak owners ad mitted While sonic of the local wholesale dealers reported their supply ex hausted during the early afternoon their stocks were replenished last evening when a procession of large brewery trucks from Philadelphia and other points arrived with new loads of beer It is expected the craze for the new beer will be passe by the early part of next week when it is prob Continucd on Last Page Continued on CLEANCHOLARSHIP CAMPAIGN PLANNED Plans have been made by the mem bers of the Smcdlcy Junior HiY Club jor a joint meeting with the members of the Smcdlcy Girl Re serves Club to be held Wednesday April which will be the day upon which the boys will launch a clean scholarship campaign in the Smcd lcy Junior High school The campaign will be sponsored by the club members so they may fur ther the principles upon which the club is founded The boys arc plan ning a number of entertainment fea tures for the spring season principal among which is the production of a minstrel show rehearsals for which have been underway for some time CONDITION IS FAIR Thomas H Higgins a local news paperman who recently became a benedict underwent an operation at the Hospital Thursday His condition is reported as being fair On Saturday March 25 Mr Hlp glns astonished his friends and ac quaintances by going to Elkton Md where he and Miss Eugenia M Mc Murray of this city were married The bride Rave her age as 29 and the groom admitted to GO He was admitted to the hospital the day after his trip to Elkton His wife was unaware of his Illness until read in the Times of his admis sion to the hospital FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER PROMISED Pair and warmer is the prediction today and tomorrow in eastern Penn sylvania New1 Jersey Delaware and Maryland1 Rain is expected tomorrow night The highest temperature here yes terday was 57 degrees at 1245 p and the lowest was 49 at 710 p m The average of 53 was four degrees above normal Ion the date and one degree above the average April 7 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 90 established in 1929 and minimum 26 in 1881 Sunrise today was at 534 a m and sunset will be at 632 p m eastern standard time BOBBY COULDNT RESIST TEMPTATION Robert Bobby McMullen Ches ters champion drunk was in ngain this morning That is he was In police court again but he wont be back for another month Bobby was released from the county jail on Thursday Just a day before the return of good beer Bobby celebrated the return of beer yesterday not wisely but too well He was panhandling a bottleof the brew in a central store when Sergeant Farraday happened to sea him Magistrate Honan thought an other months vacation would do him good MAN REPORTED MISSING RETURNS PROBERSEEKING tives at HarrisbuVg will give a dra matic reading in the Fifth Street Community Center Good Friday evening his reading Cross Philadelphia The title of is The Story of the when she attempted to pass a HARRISBURG Pa April terfeit bill in Upper Darby was rloLs or both may n Pennsylvania unless the Mr Weeks made this statement in a protest against costs in excess of i S4000 assessed against Harry Ave uon whom fore U S Commissioner J Howard Patterson on counterfeiting charges First Session of Inquiry Fails to Give Crash Cause Clue to WASHINGTON April The leading airship experts of the nation today were sought by the House Naval Affairs Subcommittee apan China and the socalled ABC group in South Argentine Brazil and Chile were added to the list of World Powers invited to send of Philadelphia costs were imposed by a jury in the representatives Great Britain France Italy and Germany already have been invited President Roosevelt hopes arson trial of a year ago He argued j before Judges Fronefieid Broomall and MacDade yesterday that because i 30 indictments had been drawn by j able to present these representatives the district attorneys office and of the rincial World Powers wit to be Avcrack was convicted on only one indictment costs have been taxed in HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press the other 29 indictments This multiplication of costs AT LEXINGTON 2d Henry Curry Toltcc Lord Dean Sally Irene Reigribura Flyinjr Silk Black West Chagrin Fiji Amscray Sweet Romance Rita Marie Gold Baby Panorama My GoaJ Waiting Maid Tijjht Rope Drastic Water Seths Ballot Paisyelte Gold Step Plumajje Lady Dean Fair Manna Wood River Long John Romac Princess Octa Next Call times is utterly unjustified by statute and court declared the lawyer who defended Averack in the j trial i Mr Weeks made plain that he of j fered no criticism of the district at torneys office in drawing the number jof indictments nor of the clerk of j courts office in figuring cos Li as It did but contended that a court opin ion on how to tn costs will help in iuturc situations1 Mr Weeks informed the Court that s had been put down as costs for I the district attorneys office There I is a charge of lor drawing each j indictment and a charge of 55 a day for each day of trial after the first day In this case there were 17 days iof trial What I of the principal World Powers with an American program for world economic recovery This program will be based on removal of world trade barriers through international cooperation State Department experts are work ing feverishly on the program now It has not yet taken shape but it Plans for Boy Practically Complete of thr Provides unem On Aeronautics in an effort to fathom run3 twas PrH the mystery of the real cause of the Akronfi tragic piungc into AdmiLtinK tho firsfc aesjftbn Qf t clergymen Unless immediate and drastic aid iinquisltrlsJl body an Ls forthcoming at once all available I Jmswer Question members were rt lvulttrmi engaged in canvassing a list of ex perts relief funds will anothcr week or be so exhausted m Before this Dr Charles S Campbell dentist for whom police have been searching for two monthsT returned to his home at 201 Heather street Stonehurot yesterday The dentJst who is 54 told police he had been to Florida His disappearance was first made public last Thursday when his wife asked Upper Darby police to begin search for him Topics of Ti mes Paradoxical as it sounds now that beer Ls here it Isnt near Nudists are increasing throughout the United States Isnt that going to make it tough on the pickpockets For finger exercises a piano teacher has invented a silent piano Just the thing for that little girl in the next apartment Hollywood bathing beauties are not so dumb pipes a professor When it The Boy Week program was com pleted at 2 meeting of the commit the leader in the time tests for thc event open to all types of comes to figures you got to hand it to month is out two million Pennsyl They were hopeful that Lieutenant cm vanians who have been dependent on Commander H V Wiley and the en relief for their food and clothing listed mcn survivors R E Deal and Erwin may be able to throw will begin to starve or riot or tee held in the offices of City Comj That prize is a trip in a acro missoner Walter H Craig chair yesterday afternoon The fes plane The chairman of thc committee tival will last from April 29 to May j on the Plying Circus Ls WillRrd 6 Plnchot wrote according to a copy of the letter released here He urged clergymen to help hold public opinion which he said appears force which can pettiness of to be the only overwhelm the tiw OIUPC uu i ls expected to be the greatest Reese supervisor of the Chester j majonty of the members of the to hoped to have thenucleus of it lte kind ever held m Chestcr Boys Club Mr Reese plans to start General Assembly and save Penn rcady when Premier Ramsay MacI Youngsters throughout the city the circus immediately after the J donald of Great arrives I and adJacent boroughs will have to completion of the movie program President Roosevelt also hooes to slcp on the PrcParation for i about 230 p m Saturday April 29 the gala week The opening day is This movie program starts thc only three weeks away and much i week off in great fashion and the suc u i cceding events keep the program obtain from Congress in the near fu ture the trade bargaining power to enable him to conclude agreements has to be done by the men of to on hLs own authority Experts arr morrow if they expect to ngure sen working on the draft of the resolu the program Continued on The mostserious preparation will VsOIlimuCa On 1 3ffC n tnrr DIRECTORS MEETINGS directors of the Merchants Division of the Delaware County Chamber of object to here Mr Weeks is the multiplication j Commerce will be held at 1215 p those charges by 29 The same Monday at the Chester Club 511 multiplication by 29 was used in the Welsh street The directors of thc have to be made in two lines One is with reference to the aviation field and the other is in the pet and hobby department The future air aces must get their model aircraft in trim for the opening day of the program as the tests will be held in the Chester Armory on that date There vill be several awards given i Chester Real Estate Board will meet in the various classes at the air meet Continued on Last at the same place at 4 p m i One grand prize will be awarded to chock full of entertainment and com petition for eight straight days The vr only let down in this time will be to He permit the boys to enjoy a sylvania from impending disgrace and disorder The governor reiterated statements that not a single important bill had been passed by the legislature in 14 weeksand that no Federal re lief aid would be given until thc law makers did something relief more light upon the tragedy after pln sleep John Mulhall manager of the S local Stanley Theatre in this city has been appointed chairman of the movie entertainments He has al ready announced his program and the youngsters will get enough movies to last them for a long time Starting at 10 a m on the morning of the jsoliclatmg collection of ina inglc statc depart by con certain taxes tment and also Continued on Last Page asked suport of his beer Continued on Last Page U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April INS Treasury balance as of April 6 reflect Chairman Vinson Democrat of Georgia of the Naval Affairs Com mittee said engineers of the Bureau of Standards will examine the metal In the airship if pieces are recovered It is expected that Commander C j E Roscndahl the Navys leading air ship skipper and former commander of the Akron Dr Karl Arnsteln chief builder and many other engineers and experts will be summoned Out of the initial testimony of the three survivors came this question Did thc giant airship begin cracking up and then start to fall or did the crack up come after she was Inevitably plunging downward Lt Commander Wiley discussing the testimony of the enlisted men who said they saw girders cracking has found difficulty in fixingthe exact time of the various experiences of the trio of survivors The Congressional for the most part withheld an opinion 30036726 expenditures the cause of the crash pending 84 customs receipts i further inquiry A number of business men returned last evening feeling like they could skip a rope Most of cm were full of hops Most motorists were careful of the red lights but not a few started full speed ahead on the amber Roller skating by adults is returning in many cities Most of them are riding for a fall The Weather WASHINGTON April Pennsylvania Fair and warmer tonipht Sunday partly cloudy and wanner Western Pennsylvania Mostly cloudy with slowly rising1 tempera ture tonight and Sunday possibly rain ii extreme west portion Sunday afternoon TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 4410 a m 7 a m 4511 a m fl a m 47Noon 9 a m 48 53 50 53   

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