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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTKS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17568 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA SATURDAY APRIL 15 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS SEEMCLURE AS CANDIDATE FOR PAGQVERNOR County Solon Denies Aspi rations Says He Is Too Busy at Present EASTER SCENE NEAR LESTER Gen Ed ward Martin Judge Arthur H James Also Mentioned HARRISBURG April A merry scramble for the governor ship of Pennsylvania is delayed only by prolonged legislative activities Senator John J McClure organizai tion Republican leader of Delaware county was reputed to be ready to declare his candidacy as soon as the atmosphere clears at Harrisburg Asked about the report Senator McClure told International News Service Im not a candidate for governor Im too busy thinking about legis lation here to be a candidate for any thing now Political observers were puzzled by the report anyhow It would be news if McClure has won the backing of other organization leaders including William S Vare It would be bigger news perhaps if McClure has broken with some of them VICTIM OF SLAYING KA1N PREDICTED WAS KNOWN HERE FOR AREA TOMORROW Mrs Nellie Kensek of South River 1 N J who with two of her children Rain ispredicted today and it is probable tomorrow in Eastern Penn Iwas killed by her insane husband I JerseyDelaware and j at her home yesterday was known i among the Polish residents of this temperature here yes city having two sisters living here tcla was 57 degrees at 430 p m The sisters Mrs Antonia Kelkotka I the lowest was 42 ai 445 n m of 1233 West Second street this city of 50 was two degrees i and Mrs Anna Presloia of Concord v U01ial tne datfbut ftmr i road Chester township left today to make arrangements for the funeral of the victims The insane father died a suicide after killing his wife and two children by them Another daughter Rose was seriously wounded degrees above the average April 14 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 81 established in 1880 and minimum 29 in 1923 Sunrise today was at 523 a m and sunset willbe at639 p m Eastern Standard time MDONALD SAILS RAIN PROMISED FOR EASTER DAY British Premier Cables Roosevelt Fine Weather Good Omen There is no evidence that Gen Edward Martin Republican state committee chairman has yielded an open track to the Delaware senator Martin never said he was a candidate for Governor of course and he never said liewasnt Picture shows Miss Mary Stawick of Tinicum township retrieving part of the family wash which was swept away when another break in a dike of Darby creek occurred yesterday The new break added to the misery and loss of the hundreds of families in the flooded area cials promise early relief following investigation btate and federal offi SOUTHAMPTON England April UP Ministcry Ramsay MncDonald confident that his forth coming conversations with President Roosevelt would result in good for the world sailed for Amerca today on tho liner Berengarin Just before the boat lifted her gang plank MacDonald dispatched this cable to Mr Roosevelt am leaving In wonderful weather Many Leave for Seashore and Other Points Despite Forecast To what extent William S Vare has been consulted thus far about the matter is speculative Perhaps the surprising news of all would be the avowal of any Republican candi date to go to the wire next spring without a promise of support from Vare except of course a Pinchot supported aspirant There is no outright split between the Philadelphia organization and the rest of the State Republican Or ganization but legislative maneuver ing of the last three months certainly has not cemented their relations Mention of Vares name with the gubernatorial race brings forward the possible candidacy of Judge Arthur H James Luzerne county a member of the Superior Court and a former lieutenantgovernoi It is believed Continued on Last Page COUNTY RESIDENTS Mrs Anna Jorgensen 43 of 103 East Knowles avenue Glenolden and Miss Vera Robertson 36 103 East Ridley avenue Ridley Park were two of nine persons injured slightly yesterday when a Philadel phiabound electric train on the Pennsylvania Railroad crashed into the rear of a steam train at the sta tion in Wilmington Del The heavier express train was just pulling out of French street station when the electric local came gliding brakes failed to the engineman up Whether the hold properly or misjudged the distance and the speed of the express trams departure could not be determined H Mc Grogan of West Chester operator of the electric train escaped with slight injuries He refused hospital treat ment HAVANA QUIET AS POLICE ARE ACTIVE HAVANA April Squads of police continued to patro TINICUM FLOOD New Breaks in the Dikes Reported Waters Caus ing Extensive Damage With damage to property mount ng and discomforts of persons af fected becoming more acute flood waters of Darby Creek spread over added areas in Tinicum township yesterday as a new break in the dikes bordering the creeks occurred Yesterdays break makes a total of six in the dikes in the area bounded by the Delaware river Darby creek and the county line plus two large gaps left open to provide transpor tation over the tracks of the Reading Railroad and the P R T lines run ning to this city Damage estimated at several hundred thousand dollars has already been done Included in the area is the rifle range of the Pennsylvania National Guard which has been flooded Con ditions there are to be investigated by a commission of officers named by Adjutant General David J Davis which includes Colonel Franklin P Haller Jr Colonel Daniel A Nolan and Captain Thomas J Kernaghan In an effort to show floods of the Delaware that river the and Tinicum creek are almost as bad those which have caused serious damage along the Ohio and Missis sippi rivers Adjutant General Davis yesterday ordered two planes of the 103rd Observation Squadron Penn sylvania National Guard to fly over the area where the dikes had broken and take aerial photographs of the vicinity AMNESIA VICTIM Detected Writing Appeal After Transfer to County Home A woman who put it over on 1 police and Delaware County Hospital authorities for three weeks is now a patient in the hospital at the County Home Lima and it is highly probable that sooner or later she may be trans ferred to Broadmeadows Farm for having perpetrated a hoax The woman known as Tessie Webb was admitted to the county hospital on March 25 after she wandered into the rectory of St Charles Borromeo Church Oakview and pretended to be an amnesia victim Police of Clif ton Heights removed the woman to the hospital Melvin L Sutley superintendent of the hospital and virtually every mem ber of the staff of nurses and doctors there took turns in trying to bring her around to normal but without success She couldnt tell them where she had lived what her name was or anythingelse After 20 days of it Superintendent Sutley decided they could do nothing for her and that the hospital could no longer afford to supply her with i which I take as a good omen His cable was in response to one from Roosevelt which was handed him when he embarked Roosevelt messaged We are greatly looking forward to your being with us and wish you a good voyage In his last interview with the English press MacDonald referred to the days brilliant sunshine and said it was an omen of what is going to happen when I reach Washington He spoke feelingly of Roosevelt and of his courage and sincerity which has already won him the confidence i of his people I will do my utmost in my brief weekend in Washington to strengthen Continued on Fajjc Two Despite the Weather Bureau fore cast of rain for this part of the county tomorrow a general exodus of Eflstcr vacationists to seaside und mountain resorts begun early this morning by bus train trolley and motorcar Traffic on all main high ways throughout the county was ex tremely heavy and swelling every hour Dressed in the Easter ensembles and laden with packages and flowers scores could be seen boarding trains on both the Pennsylvania and Bal timore and Ohio lines each conduct ing special excursions to various points especially southern New Jer sey resorts As a forerunner to the joyous holi day countless thousands jammed the central shopping area of this city yesterday and today store own ers reporting record sales and ven dors of Easter blooms a land office business Today hundreds wended their way to the cemeteries in and near the city where they tenderly placed potted plants and bunches of lilies on the graves of loved ones Roadside stands throughout the country are prepared to do the larg Continued on Last AIRSHIP MACONS FLIGHT CANCELED EARLY STOCKS OPEN FIRM IN MARKET AKRON O April proposed Easter Sunday maiden flight of the U S S Ma con sister ship of the illfated navy dirigible Akron has been canceled Com mander Olger Dresel announced to bcd and board So he called up HOSPITAL PATIENTS An appearance of Easter season has pervaded every part of the J Lewis Crozer Hospital where not only in re Superintendent Boyd of the poor farm at Lima and arranged for her to be transferred there The patient submitted to the transfer but did not find the poor farm as much to her liking as she had the hospital The second dav she was there yesterday she was dis covered writing a letter to a friend in New York appealing for aid to lift her out of the terrible circumstances into which she had fallen Poor farm authorities said she signed the letter Mrs D Reach At the hospital she was known as Tessie Webb Mr Sutley thoroughly angry at the hoax which had been trated on the hospital said yesterday that he will ask police to make an investigation of the case and if there grounds plans to press crim the individual patients rooms but the streets of Havana and its suburbs j in the wards of the hospital as well today to prevent a recurrence of the terroristic bombings which led to a loss of 5v lives Federal authorities insisted no new bombings occurred during the last 24 hours and expressed conviction of terror the ABC tionary organization had course SENT TO ASYLUM inal charges DOYLESTOWN Pa Jankoski April 48 an un employed farm hand suspected as a pyromaniac responsible for several of the 55 incendiary barn fires in this county since last June was taken to the Norristown State Hos pital for the Insane today The man was adjudged insane by a commis sion of doctors gayly colored Easter plants and cut flovyers are in evidence giving the patients a cheering and beautiful sight and pervading the institution with the delicate scents of the vari colored blooms In the wards the flowers which have been sent to the patients and which have been appropriately arranged by hospital staff members are to be seen on all the spotless white window sills in pleasing contrast to the unbroken glistening walls of the interior The flowers in the pots and baskets in the i NEWLONDON Conn April 15 building are not the only ones in j Coast Guard Speedboat BLIZZARD TOLL 10 BOSTON April death toll of New Englands record April blizzard stood at 10 today HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBy United Press AT LEXINGTON Singing Girl My of him Flash Sigma Goal Bisque Doll Abby Hildas Dream Bostonian Gal Modern Lash Celt Onr Grief Belen Monocle Glove Wild Dreams Lnckpiecc Scarlet Brigrade Ba velle Fronk Bill Cotton Club Mr Bun Beau Sweet Scent Will be Gap El Cidio Waiting Maid Elizabeth Fox Loyal Louie Last Attempt Ed Reese Weather cloudy track muddy AT HAVRE DE GRACE INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS HARRISBURG Pa April accidents in Pennsyl vania claimed 96 lives in March the State Department of Labor and In dustry reported here today This is an increase of 91 per cent over fatalities in February Nonfatal re cidentsm March increased 135 per over February with a total of earliest possible trial flight date will be Monday at a m the commander said Earlier it had been indicated that the first of six trial flights of the mammoth airship might be held tomorrow morning LAKEHURST N J April having learned defi nitely the cause of the Akron dis aster which took a toll of 73 lives the naval court of inquiry today oc cupied itself with cleaning up loose of its work in Lakehurst be fore moving on toWashingtonwhere the probe will be resumed next week Today the court was still engaged in consideration of its investigation of the blimp J3 accident The blimp crashed at sea with a loss of two lives while searching for survivors of the Akron on April 4 The first four days of this week were devoted to the Akron inquiry Yesterday was given over to the J3 investigation Next week in Wash ington probably on Tuesday the sec ond phase of the Akron probe will be taken up Only half a dozen witnesses re main to be called in the Akron in vestigation As listed by Judge Ad vocate Ralph G Pcnnoyer SPEEDBOAT SINKS evidence on the grounds as some of the beds containing Easter bulbs have 322 formerly the RumRunner Chickie was wrecked by a myste SHOT STEPFATHER YOUTH IS HELD NEW YORK April INS stock market opened firm and active today as trading was resumed aftei the Good Friday holiday There was some on weekend profittaking after Thurs days broad advance but the major ity of stocks pointed higher Amer ican Telephone was an outstanding exception losing nearly a point on its first quarter earnings of S1T a share against dividend requirements of a share Oils and tobaccos were outstanding strong spots while utilities were firm food stocks were active and higher Blocks running up to 5000 shares succeeded each other on the tape Initial quotation1 were U Steel 33 unchanged Montgomery Ward 15 up Vi Sears Roebuck 19 Vt up Reynolds Tobacco B 33 up Consolidated Gas 4GVi up General Electric unchanged United Aircraft Chemical 85V 22K up U Allied unchanged Amer lean Telephone off vt Standard Oil of N Jt 20 up VI Southern Pa cific up li U S Industrial Al cohol 25 unchanged duPont 41 up International Telephone fiTi ofl Vk Atchison 42 off N YCen tral off Bethlehem Steel off Northern Pacific 12 unchanged Nash Motors 12 i up National Biscuit up 49 r off Case Union Carbide 26 VI OfT I Union Pacific 66 unchanged an Goodyear 18 VA up CAMDEN N J April Virgo Sorenson 17 was arrested to township N J of shooting his stepfather Joseph Green in the back with a rifle during a family day by Delaware police on charge BRITISHERS REMARK LONDON April MINIMUM WAGE LINKED TO HUGE U S JOB DRIVE 30HourWeek Bill Fea tures to Be Embodied iri Public Works Program Roosevelt Favors Proposi tion in Conference at White House A beautiful present from a First CcuUiMnun to i First Liuly is the charmingarray of Easter lilies with which Mrs Franklin Roosevelt wICc of the President poses vt the White House They worn sent to the First Lady as na Easter jillt by Sir Thomas Astley Cuhitt jroverner general of Bermuda who is First Gentleman of that lovely isle T Recovered From Flood Waters CoveringMead ows Near Essingiou While searching for driftwood yes terday afternoon in the flood waters which have inundated the meadows in Leslcr in the rear of the Westing liouse plant the body of Willhun Waxier 38 a residentof A riverfront section in the northern part of Es sington who had been missing from his home since March 17 was found in about four feel water The discovery was made by Alex ander Paccwlc also a resident of Essinpion who was rowing at the time in the meadows ilong a siding of the Philadelphia Reading Rnil road leading into the Wcstinghoasr plant As Paccwic nearecl the test trap of the company which is a short distance from the aiding at the upper end of the plant hesaw the corpse in the water He hurried to the mainland and notified his brother Leo Paccwic Commissioner Pox and Thomas Rcvcllo chief of police of Tinicum township and nil returned to the place and brought the body ashore It was turned over to Deputy Coroner H B Griffith of Norwood The body which in an ad vanced state of decomposition taken to the Griffith morgue where it will be prepared Tor burial Waxier who was unmarried lived with his mother Mrs Blanche Wax ier and one sister FORM TWIN OAKS CIVIC ASSOCIATION More than 60 Negroes rcsldiupc In Twin Oaks have organized an Im provement association known as the Twin Oaks Civic AtoociaUpn for the purpose of improving the section h which they live Meetings arc held on Tuesday cvc ninpr of each week at which tinm problems pertaining to civic mat ters arc discussed and plans made fci improve the community At the las meeting of the organization it wa decided Lo nk the commiSHioners o Von BernstorfT charge datfalrs at f Upper Chlchcstrr township to irn the German Embassy called at the prove the hiRhways in the scctioi foreign office today with an official hi which the rncmtxrs protest against recent statements in Conslc3crc1 unfavorable to the Nazi Government It was understood that Bornstorfr J UJIOC JCIIU iitXU I j It 1 1 vKAU JI JIVWJ li home intoxicated and had started an I particularly protested the speeches of argument Police said Green had returned come into attractive bloom beneath j rious explosion at her Fort Trumbull the windows of the main building adi wharf today No one was aboard jacent to the hospital where the executive offices the home for incur ables and the maternity department are housed Firemen and sailors in an cfTort to argument with his wife Harriett Young Sorenson told police he feared his mother would be harmed so he got the small rifle and fired once at his stepfather Green was brought toJhc Cooper Hospital here Physicians said his extinguish the subsequent fire filled condition is not serious but Sorenson the 45foot vessel with water and neld Police pending the out she sank come of the injury REV DEERING MEDIA Winston Churchill and Sir Austen Chamberlain dealing with Germsip rearmament and the enrollment o Nazi storm troopers in the Gorman The officers of the organization are Milton Williams president Mrs Etta Purnsley secretary an George Jones treasurer The nex meeting will be held in the nchoo EASTER OBSERVANCE The annual Easter service will Driver of Stolen Gar Is Held as Drunken Driver Wrecked A stolen automobile said by police o have been operated by a drunken floured in a headon collision it Fourth and Ward streets at ten oclocklust night Three persons both drivers nnd a passenger in one of the motorcars were injured d both cars were wrecked Police say the stolen car wns driven George Griffin 29 of the Eleventh ward who was pronounced under he influence of Hquor by Dr H C Donahoo following the mans nrrest Griffith was held in ball for a continued hearing next Tuesday when arraigned for a preliminary hearing In police court this morning Griffiths face was swathed in bancltxRcs he having sustained n fractured nose in the cmsh Tho others Injured are Joseph Buckley 1G Front street driver ot the other car who escaped with scratches and minor cuts His boarding mistress Mrs Msirjorie Boyle suffered hend cuts and bruLses Allwere treated at the Chester Hos pital Buckley Informed police he was driving west on Fourth street and as he ncarcd Ward street his attention was attracted by the zigzag manner in which an approaching car was being operated Warning the occupants of his car to be prepared for n cntUi he pulled to the curb and before he could slophis car it was struck by the larger machine noise of the impact being heard for blocks Griflln wsis unconscious when dragged from the stolen car which had been taken from a parking place at Third street and Highland avenue It is owned by JosephHolland 1010 Highland avenue who was shopping In the vicinity WASHINGTON April The Black 30hour week bill may be come the vehicle of sweeping busi ness and labor reforms under the Roosevelt administration it appeared today The whole situation in Congress was altered with disclosure that President Roosevelt favors the prin ciple of a Federal minimum wage law and would like to see some plan worked out in connection with the shortweek legislation The immediate eflect of injection of the minimum wage provision in the legislation is to imperil its chances for early passage But It may also result In Congress tackling the question of unemployment on a far broader scale than was contem plated in the Black bill A proposal 10 incorporate a mint mum provision in the 6hour 5day week measure in the Senate was rejected and thus far the House Labor Committee has been against the idea No action will be taken by the House Committee on the Black bill until the Senate nets on the motion of Senator Trammel D of Florida to reconsider the measure Connery said Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins has submitted to the House body recommendations for changes in the Black Bill to jnake it more flexible and to avoid disruption of industry when it is first put into effect These recommendations Connery said are generally favored by mem bers of the committee The administration and the Housa Labor Committee however still re mained at odds over the House bodys insistence that foreign impor tations be barred unless produced on the 30hour week Steps to Coordinate all govern mental forces of the nation with a immobilisation of private industry in Continued on Page Two CHICAGO FINDS CASH TO PAY ITS TEACHERS CHICAGO April ment of cash came to Chi cagos 18000 long unpaid school teach ers today as a surprise Easter present Clerks or the boardof education worked through the night sothat the money could be distributed today as the administration of Edward J Kelly Chicagos new Irish Mayor who likes nothing better than a fight theproblem of getting money to pay municipal employes Payments are for the concluding weeks of last June when the past school year ended Approval ofthe cash payment before Easter came suddenly yesterday at a meeting of the school board force arVnterfercnce in Jhe cloisters of the dothie man domestic affairs j Memorial Swarthmorc Collegeat 7 ACCEPTS INVITATION J Liiyton Moore supervising prin cipal of the Ridley Park public schools announced yesterday that the Rt Rev Edwin H HughesMethodist Episcopal Bishop ot Washington D C has accepted the invitation of the Ridley Park school board to de liver the commencement address at the Ridley Park High School on June 26 COMMIITKE CHAIRMEN William L Thompson recently elected president of Prospect Park Fire Company has announced the ap pojntrnont of the following committee chairmen W Herbert Rank in en tertainment William A Chrismer speaker of the House or a member of the government should have inter vened it was understood He also was understood to have protested the phraseology used by Sir John Simon Tr r Foreign Minister when he said that ILL PNEUMONIA Developments in Germany are not i the coiicern of Jews alone but of the i entire British Nation BernstorfT took the viev tint the pcloclc lornorrow morning under the j flower and visitation James Halnes of the Swarthmorn Young j membership Edward W Eichmann The Rev Lawrence Deerinp rector of the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Media who 5s suffering from pneumonia was rc U S TREASURYBALANCE WASHINGTON April ATLANTA Ga April j Four years in a chain gang where individual but he blamed men labor hard under strict discipline ported as slightly improved today He j Treasury balance as of April 13 Coleman was not bitter against any i has been suffering with the ailment expenditures the court for several days from dawn to dusk system for his plight Four years of excoriation as a wife NO man should be condemned to murderer with a life sentence ahead i death or life imprisonment on cir cumstantial evidence alone he de And Robert E Coleman 26 has j clared and added been found ro be innocent after a j If it hadnt been for one man on Negro convict confessed to officers that Clayton County Jury I probably killed Colemans wife the would have been put to death in the murder for which the young husband j electric chair long ago Eleven of barely escaped the electric chair and rhem voted for the death penalty drew a sentence of life imprisonment The twelfth held out for acquittal j Coleman called officers and said that Beginning Mondayand lasting all In an order handed down by Judge work he j next week residents of Chester and John M Broomall Mrs Mary Duncan J Confession of James Starks Negro j and finally as a compromise the set in motion machinery to obtain I life sentence was agreed upon for Coleman an immediate pardon On the night of March 14 1929 and release from prison A chance remark made by Stark j on his return home from to Rader Davis a fellow Negro con vict uncovered the tragic miscarriage of justice Davis convicted of mur der two weeks ago revealed casually to officers that Starks told him he killed a white woman in Clayton Chester Dealers to Open Exhibit Monday oh Mar ket Street 11503 customs receipts COURTREWKES Mother to Have Custody of 4 Children on Saturdays and Legal Holidays Peoples Interdenominational mittee Com publicity and Harry chief prevention Turner flre ORGANIZING U S FARMERSSTRIKE DES MOINES la April UP nationwide farm strike starting May 13 during which farmers will buy nothing sell nothing and pay nothing is being organized at tha national headquarters of the Farm ers Holiday Association Encouraged by a threeweek swing through the agricultural midwest and south a visit to Washington and talks with strike leaders in New York Wisconsin Milo Rcrto national president knuckled down today to thet task of organising the proposed demonstration on a nationwide scale ACCESSORIES STOLEN After he parked his automobile on a Jot opposite his home Earl Gor man of 83fi East Sixteenth street re turned to the car sometime later to discover that a thiof had jacked up the rear and removed a tire and rim Topics of Times Tomorrow is one day in the year when the average woman uses her head A nut sundae lemon pic and for until he got outside of the door a wash down Rive me a BEER What a remarked Dyed eggs will be served in many homes tomorrow One we had served in a quick lunch joint the other day died before it was cooked Several city employes had a day off yesterday Notice we didnt say a day off from work To Arms Vicar Willow Ladogran The Trainer county in 1929 Starks questioned had found the sJainibody of his wife j environs will have the opportunity to with their young child crying for its examine and compare the latest de velopment in domestic electric refrig eration when the second annual Re frigeration Show sponsored by Ches Brave and Alley Acantaw Pomponius Captor Curacao Ayr Peach Basket Gen Lcjeune Uncovered Redcliffe Re vonah Weather cloudy track fast Robinson now living at 21 Belhnill road Plourtown Montgomery county is given the custody of her four chil dren every Saturday and every legal holiday pending the final disposition of divorce proceedings now being in stituted against Mrs Robinson The order which evokes a previous decree giving her the childrens1 cus San the 19yearold wife and j pea red earlier on the morn ing of the j ience cleanliness and safety In food only provides that the children Mary mother Evidence against Coleman at his trial consisted of the testimony of officers that Coleman was wearing a pair of overalls from which he ap by officers j parently had tried to wash a red readily admitted the charge and told I stain A filling station operator ter dealers in cooperation with The Electrical Association of Philadelphia will throw open its doors at 519 Mar ket street this city fit XT I fv vvwt OVCLLJWIJ LFLJtJi j f Li wUt UAlin wiujr1 onaracter LitLJe officers the name of his victim He j testified that the young husband apf Radical improvements in conven Tl ri ft rrt i H V A A 1A tIJ r J I A veteran exbartender of pre war vintage who sat sipping a seidel of suds in a Market street drugstore shuddered blinked and then almost broke down and wept when he heard a sweet young thing order the above in a local drugstore Yes sir Its true The new nration acquired a new taste If you doubt it just meander into any of the central cafes apothecary shops ciRar stores and confectionery stores where beer is handled as a Incredible as it seems the new deal brand of beer drinker that is the ones who thirteen years acco could stand erect and still be able to look under a door is mixlncc his suds with sweets pie ice cream find everything else that gives veteran beer guzzlers the jit ters mother of a 9monthold death with a oaby to tragedy than was his custom that he had seemed uneasy and I preservation are easily discernible in 11 Alice 10 Elizabeth six and Rose i latest models built by the najfour are to remain with their father had been Tlie Negro Starks told officers that tionally known manufacturers of this I Wirt G Robinson at his home 321 Lancaster avenue Wayne when was dethey arc not with their mother Rob leamcd Coleman vas startled but i he killed the wife because he feared essential household device expressed little surprise that she would tell on him when he i The present exhibition I always felt that some day the 1 called at her house in the absence truth would come out he told rej of her husband Officers plan to porters who visited him at the Stonej question him further about the mur wall pnson camp ider cided on in view of the outstanding success of Chesters first refrigera Coutinued on Page Two inson lives at the Wayne address with his sister Mrs Marjorie Hen Continued on Page Eight to a few regular fellars who were mixing their beer with pickles pretzels and some thin sliced bologna Right now there are said to be many who are selling beer without over having even paid a federal liquorsales tax Most of the ones who secured their tax stamps have them neastly framed and posted in a conspicuous spot Many of those who have not paid the tax are liable to arrest as a number of federal agents are making a check in this district according to information from Phil adelphia WEST END VETERANS FORM NEW UNIT There ought to be a law against this piped one silverhaired beer drinker as he abandoned his liver wurst on rye when a sophisticated lad with a carefully waxed mus tache sat down at a lunch counter and ordered chocolate eclairs with a bottle of light The youth seemed to enjoy it and assumed a real rnanly appearance as he brushed a of i forts are being made to have as many A new branch of the Veterans ot Foreign Wars is being formed by a group of veterans in the West End The first meeting was held in Hibernian Hall Third and Thurlow streets and four men were appointed to jflle application for a charter These Chief Vance doesnt believe in dirty treatment of prisoners Thats why hes ordered all drunks be made scrub floors and paintwork Which reminds thai next week is Cleanup Week Johnny Bessinger and Dan Toohey started their clean up ten days ahead of time While a number of Delaware coun tians will go to watering places to morrow residents of Tinicum town ship wont have to move from homa A store that is to be run for charity will soon open here they say But havent some corner grocers run such stores for years and years While many will view the Easter style parade tomorrow the new col lars on steins will be viewed by mil lions this year A meeting will be held at the same place next Tuesday evening and ef beer loam from his misplaced eye brow as he amblccl out of the place A pert blond waitress who served the swanky lad choked back a titter members enrolled by that time as possible After the meeting the ap plication lor a charter will go through the official organization channels forecasti Eastern PcnnsylvaniarRain tonigrht and Sunday cooler Sunday in ex treme north portion tonight Sandy Hook to Moder ate to fresh northeast or east winds 59 54 58 casional rains TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 46 10 a m 7 a m 48 11 a m 8 a m 48 Noon 9 a m 48 J
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