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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE HONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17573 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY APRIL 2L 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS MDONALD NEWYORMWAY JO WASHINGTON British Premier Welcomed After QuittingShip Boards Train Due for First Conference Tonight With Roosevelt at Washington ABOARD MacDONALD SPECIAL TRAIN EX ROUTE TO WASHING TON APRIL impor tance of his mission in no way lessened by Americas abandonment of the gold standard Prime Minister J Kamsay MacDonald of Great Britain hurried to Washington today action toward a solution of the world economic crisis McCLURE OFFERS NEW BEER BILL PINCHOfS Delaware County Senator Says It Will ProVide Biennially Drawn to Meet Governors Viewpoint S p o n s o r Says Backed by Martin HARRISBURG Pa April lawmakers today were doing exactly what Governor Pinchot desired in providing seperaie legisla tion for beer taxation and regulation The verbal spanking Pinchot ad ministered the legislature in vetoing f i the SowersConner Beer bill brought afterrcitcralinff his hope of early sudden artd surprising results that made the governor absolute ringmas ter of the legislature for the time being So very much was this a fact that the state Senate Republican state organization controlled met alone today and passed on second reading che beer regulation measure modeled mainly on Pinchots ideas Immediately afterwards the mem bers present met as a committee of the whole to consider amendments to the measure Not only did it have the governors plan for licensing by county trea surers but it also made licenses easy NEW YORK April Min ister J Ramsay MacDonald hopes his forthcoming conversation with Presi dent Roosevelt will help pave the way for concerted action on economic and political issues paramount in inter national relations the British states man said today upon his arrival in New York harbor Emphasizing his position as given to the United Press yesterday in a telephone conversation from the S S Berengaria MacDonald said aban donment of the gold standard by the United States makes his visit more important But he declined to dis cuss that issue further because he was not fully informed regarding it as yet I hope to have with Mr Roose velt a frank exchange of views over a wide range of issues both economic and political he said in a prepared statement In the short time at our disposal definite agreqments of course are not to be looked for they concern other court triesw as well as ourselves But the way must be paved for concerted action and I believe our meeting is necessary to that end Harbor craft swarmed about the Berengaria as the huge liner entered the port of New York The Prime Minister and his party which included his daughter Ishbel official hostess of 10 Downing Street disembarked from the Berengaria at quarantine and proceeded to Jersey City aboard the municipal tug Macom where a special train awaited to take them to Washington When MacDonald left London he foresaw a series of informal confer Continued on Page Eighteen LINDY AND LEAVE COLUMBUS AKRONS SISTER SHIP OFF ON MAIDEN FLIGHT to get for mandatory proxisibns were j for tnc ihc Macon largest dirigible in tlie world took off on Us first flight today at Akron Ohio after a series of postponements tlue to weather conditions The flight was the first of a series to test her many included to permit any person of reputable character to sell beer Sen John J McClure Delawere county the organizations most stal wart floor leader introduced the bill General Edward Martin Republican state chairman said he approved of what McClure had done The Senate met in a special session last night to receive the bill which McClure started to draft after Pin chot had accused the lawmakers of aiding a beer lobby conspiracy to deprive the state of daily re venue which might have been gained from a tax on beer The legislative wheels also were moving to provide the tax under the plan the governor favored In the House adjourned until Monday night the Ways and Means Committee acted quickly after the veto to resurrect from its files the bill presented by Rep James McClure Allegheny county providing astate stamp tax on the 32 beverage The proposed Queen of the Air There were 105 persons aboard when she took 1 BIG MOTOR TRUCK DAMAGED BY FIRE A large freight truck owned by W T Cowan of Baltimore Md was badly damaged by fire this morning about 415 oclock at the intersection of Chester pike and Winona avenue Norwood The driver of the vehicle had stopped to replenish the supply of j gasoline and was cranking the ma chine when it suddenly burst into flames Patrolman A T Hild who was AIRSHIP MACON ON FIRST FLIGHT Continued on Eighteen NEW ORGANIZATION OF LOCAL KERCH ANTS PORT COLUMBUS COLUMBUS a 12hour stay in Columbus Colonel and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh took off from here today on the next leg of their transcontinental T W A inspec tion trip A crowd of several hundred watched Americas most famous flying couple climb into their lowwinged cabin monoplane circle the field once and then head westward Their destination although not an nounced officially was believed to be Indianapolis and from there St Louis Engine trouble developed yesterday at Pittsburgh Pa soon after the fly ing couple took off for Columbus The engine sputtered faltered then went dead in midair While the czowd gasped Lindbergh sent the ship veering downward the right wing tilted toward the earth Just before the wheels struck the earth Lindbergh righted the plane the front wheels struck earth simul taueously and the rear wheel gently contacted the ground a moment later Water in the gasoline was blamed for the dying motor WHITE HOUSE GETS CHAMPION SHEEP DOG WASHINGTON April Another dog was added to the White House kennels today when Mrs Lewis Roesler of Great Barrington Mass presented a champion English sheep dog The heavily pedigreed dogr named Tiny was accepted by Mrs Roosevelt U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April UP The Treasury net balance for April 19 was Expenditures that day were Customs for month through April 19 were 83881196 ASSEMBLY IN RECESS HARRISBURG Pa April Food dealers in the central busi ness section of the city held an un announced organization meeting at the Chester Club last night and de cided to name the organization che Food Merchants Division of the Del aware County Chamber of Commerce William F Delehanty manager of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce occupied the chair Of ficers will not be chosen until next Tuesday night when another meet ing is scheduled Representatives were present from two widelyknown chain organiza tions the A P stores and the American Stores Greens Market Ryans Stores Edgmont Beef Com pany the Wonder Meat Market American Fruit stores Lermans Market and Bridwells Market A mutual agreement to establish a bureau of standards and a code of ethics was reached it being pointed out that some misrepresentations have been made by some merchants in advertising their foodstuffs It was also agreed that no article should be used as a leader and sold below cost Those who attended the meeting Weather Conditions at GLOW OF HEALTH SEEN IN HOOVER PALO ALTO Cal April glow of health has come back to former President Herbert Hoover now a man of leisure making his plans from day to day Akron 0 Ideal Takes Off at 601a m from care have brought back a ruddy glow to his chocks and his glow and FEAR DISEASE EPIDEMIC MAY FOLLOW FLOODS Tinicum Township Health Official Warns Against Threatened Outbreak Will Seek Federal and State Prcventative Aid Corpse Found in Marshes INFLA TION PLANS FA CE OPPOSITION FROM G O P BLOC Administration Bill That Authorizes Possible 6 Billion Expansion of Money and Credit Laden1 With Suffering to Poorer Classes Senator Reed Hinted patrolling turned in his beat an alarm at to the time which the Norwood Fire Company responded and extinguished the chemicals and water flames with The vehicle ABOARD THE BLIMP DE FENDER WITH THE U S S DIRI GIBLE MACON AKRON O April navys new super airship the U S S Macon was being sparkle to a sparkle markedly missing when he arrived at his home here following his arduc and unsuccessful campaign for re election The former President is taking the leisure and therest which have been a miracle to him during the score was towed from the scene of the ac cident 19Yearold Y ou t h W a s put through her paces over the blue of years since he left Stanford Uni sunglistcned water of Lake Erie this versity as a young engineer and set afternoon by Commander AJger H j out to carve out a career Drescl and his crew of air gobs i After accompanying the giant airj ship on the start of its first maiden flight the blimp Defender carrying the International News Service staff correspondent and other observers headed back tp its home port this afternoon leaving the Macoii riding the air waves smoothly over the lake off the Cleveland shoreline Enroute back to the Zeppelin dock i shortly after noon radio men aboard An epidemic of typhoid fever and malaria is feared in Tinicum town ship as the aftermath of the recent flood conditions unless residents in the stricken urea arc immunized by health officials Dr William E Cruikshank health officer of the townshiu so declared today and will seek Immediate aid from State and Federal authorities to prevent an outbreak of disease The health official also pointed out that a plague of mosquitoes will un doubtedly result from the Hood and he will endeavor to have Stave health authorities spray the human ted lands before the mosquito breeding season arrives Yesterday afternoon two small boys found the corpse of an unidenti fied Negro along Long Hook creek but Deputy Coroner Horace B Griffith who removed the body 10 his morgue at Norwood said he did not believe the man was a victim of the Hood conditions Speaking about the health menace the nffected community faces Dr Cruikshank pointed out that a ma jority of persons in Tinicum town ship get their water supply from wells which have been contaminated by the flood waters from the broken dikes of Darby and Bow creeks and the Delaware river the water finally recedes there will be another danger as it will Ue iu pools and become stag nant providing perfect breeding places for disease germs People have suffered a great ma terial loss already and even more serious consequences to the health of the community rire threatened if something1 is not done at once said Dr Crwikshank Meanwhile the flooded area was inspected by Louis K Staley chair man of the State Water and Power Resources Board Charles G Ryder chief engineer of the board and David E Triestcr president of the Greater Eastwick Improvement Association The officials will report to Governor Pinchot today Responsibility for repairs to the breaks in the dikes still has not been fixed Duty of Minority to Inform the People Its Spokesman Confident of Bills Passage in Upper House to Which it Was Reported Favorably Today WASHINGTON April The administrations controlled infla tion program faced delay today at the hands of conservative Republi cans who denounced it as destructive and dangerous Senate Democratic leaders charged that ing thatll be withdrawn on the floor to be treated as a separate proposi tion Chairman Fletcher revealed the committee action At one of todays discussion the section of the bill the Held S Days for the Defender intercepted amessage from Commander Dresel stating that alls well and that he expected to return to port for landing about tiix CHICAGO April Coyright 1933 by United Press Jerome Factor 19 son of John Jake the barber Factor Traffic Engineers Speak at Pike Police Meetin at Chiefs oclock this evening five oclock but the onecime bootblack who boasted he Macons skipper indicated in his irics sage that he would not bring his ship andwhowere not formerly affiliated j with the Chamber of Commerce signed membership cards gambled with the Prince of Wales was released early today by kidnapers who had held him 8 days for ramson The youth whose father had called in remnants of the powerful Capone gang to aid obtaining his freedom said he had not been harmed The abductors freed young Factor at a time when his father was hunt ing through the underworld in his search Young Factor appeared at the home of his mother Mrs Leonard Marcus Factors first wife It was on the steps of this house that he was seized a week ago Wednesday night by the abduction ring kidnapers kept me blind folded said young Factor It was hard to tell where they took me I Approximately IGfl members and friends of the Chester Pike Chiefs of Police in attend ance rt a meeting of the organization held last night in the hall oC Colling into harbor until sunset or shortly I dale Fire Company No 1 at CJiitoh FOR LAND DAMAGES HARRISBURG April Pinchot vetoed the Walker Alle gheny bill requiring the State to pay damages on changes and relocations of state highways in boroughs towns and townships He said the bill is similar to an other he rejected recently and is in consistent with a measure he has approved placing upon the Common wealth the damages for the talcing of land for the relocation or widen the not didnt recognize the spot where they released me I was in a daze I Continued on Page Eighteen afterward AKRON April navy dirigible U S S Macon largest lighterthanair craft in the world was taken into the air today on her maiden flight The huge silvery ship swung slowly upward from her mooring mast at GoodyearZeppelin airclock here at 601 a m Weather conditions were idea1 The ship headed northeast motors roaring as the dirigible gained alti tude and leveled off No destination had been announced officials wishing to be free to seek out the most favor able weather conditions It was ex and Bedford avenues Colllngdale i when a method of reporting traffic accidents is recently adopted by the Delaware County Highway Safety As sociation WHS thoroughly discussed by traffic engineers The Delaware County Highway Safety Association was organized through the efforts of the Chester Pike Chiefs group and theorganiza tion was given full credit for its ef forts along the line of safety educa Conlinucd on Eighteen TWO MINOR AUTO CRASHES REPORTED OGDEN HOME DAMAGED BY FIRE Raymond W Sakers chief of police of Ridley Park president of the as sociation was in charge of the meet ing and Burgess John A Smith of Collingdalc made the welcoming ad dress Duringthe business session which preceded the spcechmaking R I i Congdon secretary of the association COBBS CREEK PARK LAND DE AL RE CALLED Controller Hartley of Philadelphia who is making an investigation of the Falrmount Park Commission yesterday dragged into the limelight a land purchase deal consummated in 1928 when the City of Philadel phia paid Wolfendcn Shore and Company and the Carclington Land Conipany for a narrow strip of land which was added to Cobbs Creek Park The strip referred to is located in this county at the dividing line It is low land and was1 neverfilled Jn since acquired by Philadelphia Mr Hadlcy remarked There was no earthly reason for buying this strip ItIs just lying there now and to bring it upto grade would require a huge amount of money GENERALLY FAIR WARMER WEATHER rend a communication from Senator row John J McClure in which he ex Generally fair and somcwhai warmer Is the prediction in Eastcri Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair tomor ipresscd his opposition to Senate Bill An overheated furnace in the home 509 which aims to prevent police j of Joseph Richardson Mill road Og Two minor auto crashes were re1 ported to police last night one be ing caused police say by a First ward driver running through a red light The latter accident was reported by George Sheller Jr of Garden City whose car was rammed at Twentieth street and Providence avenue by a car operated by A Curry 19 East Twentysecond street Sheller was traveling north on the avenue and Curry east on Twentieth street The other crash was recorded at I den last night damaged the building ing of state highways when County Commissioners have agreed to the change Ninth and Barclay streets a parked RFV T A rnxnTTTftv i automobile owned by John Clift 030 REV L A OEERINGSCONDITION WestSeventh street beingstruck by scarcity of water the fire was Rev Laurence A Peering rector a car owned by L H Burns of 1125 tingtushed with streams from a boos t j TTTrt TTTI T7i A 11 f f o w 1 Vi d o f T f t fHrt to the extent of nearly a thousand dollars The loss is covered by insur ance The fire was discovered by Richard son when he returned home shortly after 9 oclock He sounded an alarm to which the Ogden Linwood Felton villc Boothwyn and Chester township fire companies responded Upon their arrival the firemen found the fire eatening its way from the cellar to the upper portion of the house After a two hours battle the Continued on Eighteen BUILDING FINISHED WASHINTON April 21 The new congressional office build ing was completed today even to leather couches of palest blue It has rich brocaded curtains of gold halls of green and lavender marble chandeliers of bronze and crystal floors of inlaid oalc There is a grassy patio a gold The highest temperature here yes terday was 56 degrees at 230 p m and the lowest was 43 at 1210 a m The average of 50 was four degree below normal for the date and 1C degrees below the average April 2 last year Maximum temperature fo the date is 89 established in 1927 and minimum 27 in 1397 Sunrise today was at 514 a m anr sunset will be at 645 p m Eastern Standard time SHERIFF CAIN BACK IMPROVED IN HEALTH Hint a filibuster was being organized President to revalue the gold dollar against the measure permitting a was voted out But that action was expansion of i reconsidered and on another vote to noney and credit Senator Reed Repn Pa leading he opposition bloc denied he in ended to filibuster but said the icoplr would oppose the measure if hey understood it The duty of the minority will be o inform the people he said Democratic leaders were contidenb of Uic bills passage but frankly feared several days delay The Senate Banking riivd Currency voted today to report favorably to the Senate and Admin istrations currency and credit expansion program The disputed proposal goes now Lo the floor where its opponents are re ported a filibuster against it The committee voted to report the inflation measure favorably as an amendment to the Farm Relief bill but adopted a resolution recommcnd I eliminate the revaluing feature the count was 10 to 10 which under the Sermte rules defeated the motion to strike from the bill The Mississippi Congressman ex plained he had taken the precaution of mlrodueiufi a duplicate measure so we may take it up and pass is in case the opposition in the Senate should prevent its adoption as an amendment to the farm bill From informed Senators it was learned the administration was hope ful the first part of the inflationary program could bo started todaj with out waiting for enactment of the bill This nrsfc step is purchase of govern ment bonds by the Federal Reserve BanIcs to pump do 1 lars Into the countrys financial system The Administration bill authorizes these purchases up to a maximum of Continued on Page Eighteen MERCHANTS PLAN BIG SALES EVENT Preliminary Details Are Discussed at Meeting Held Yesterday An unusual sates event for Ches ter shoppers is planned by local mer chants at some futuredate but the nature of the affair will not be re vealed until tit a mass meetingof central merchants is held next Thurs day night the Chester Club 511 Welsh The proposition was discussed yes terday at a regular meeting of the Merchants Division of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce ten tative plans being to make the day one that will be a red letter day in the history of Chester shopping The merchants decided to nbldc by daylight saving time this year which goes into effect on Sunday April 30 All central stores will operate on the new Lime beginning May 1 Police Superintendent James H Dcavenport was invited to attend the meeting to discuss his recent recommendations regarding traffic but was unable to be present on ac count of a business engagement in Upper Darby He will probably speak at the next meeting to be held by the merchants in May The merchants yesterday voiced an opinion that they wcro opposed to the traffic patrolmen from Seventh street and Edgmont avenue as has been recommended Nothing controversial developed at the meet ing concerning this queiUon but the merchants feel they would like to express their views with police of ficials before any action is taken on the recommendations of the police superintendent GETS LIFE TERM FOR SLAYING CHILD 7 of the Church of the Nativity Media i West street Wilmington Del Police who has been critically ill with I learned the Delaware motorist was ter tank on the apparatus of the Og den company looks like the lobby of a big hotel CmMNrEV WAS AKLAJCK Sheriff John J Cain returned to Ills office at Media yesterday after a two weeks absence He was a pa tient hi the Samaritan Hospital state Senate adjourned at pneumonia was reported to be slightly j forced into the parked car by the So dense was the smoke in the j A chimney fire that threatened 1140 af m today until next Monday night The House adjourned for the week yesterday HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY CBy United Press XT LEXINGTON B Patsyette Brilliant Girl Bonnie View June G Alarm Lutz Too Much Talk Cam Tar Water Squak Gladys S Buddy Boy Ballot Cunard Transfix Sambo Ricciardo Drastic Celt Weather clear heavy AT HAVRE DE GRACE condition is still serious one John Tenato improved this morning However his truck of a local concern driven by building that the firemen were comj the roof of home occupied by pelled to wear gas masks The kitchen i George Fowler private chauffeur for furniture was saved Fearing the Arthur Scott of the Todrnorden flames would spread firemen removed j Farms Brookhaven road Rose Val the furniture from several adjoining i ley was extinguished by members of South Media Fire Company at oclock this morning Damage to the dwelling did not exceed homes AGE LIMIT EXTENDED G P COMMANDER CATCII FIRST SHAD Trainer Secular Inspection Peedeeque Betimes Two Brooms Bay Fair BiHy Weather clear track heavy AT TANFOKAN No Weather cloudy track Butler Gives Lowdown on WarWhich Gave Us Canal General Smcdley D Butler retired a pretext of maneuvers we went brick the fighting marine in command of again We waited a while and finally the sea soldiers when they occupied i I got a cable from Washington asking the Canal Zone yesterday spilled the j me when in hell the war was going enactment of special legislation exi weighing over five pounds ersch The youthful pianist and concert figure HARRISBURG Pa April General Edward G Shan non Columbia was honored William Brown 17yearold Negro who pleaded guilty to luring Dorothy LuU 7 to a vacant house attacking the girl and then killing her today sentenced to life imprisonment by three Judges who heard his admis sion of guilt Brown had previously been tenced to die in the electric sen chair upon his conviction by a jury but was Philadelphia and returned to his subsequently granted a new trial and home in Aldan last week He ap then pleaded guilty pears to be in excellent health and I Sentence was pronounced by Judges was kept busy answering the greet Howard A Davis Francis Shunk STOCKS RUSH CALLS WORKERS Wearied Wall Street Caught Unaware stalls More Tickers In WEW YORK April wearied Wall street tolxy watched ariothcr heavy day of trading in stocks and commodities The strain yesterdays seven mil lion share day on the New York stock exchange told on brokers clerks runners and operators when they took their places today to watch the market open in irregular with the majority of issues and running at the rate of 11500000 shares for a full livehour day The limited trading facilities of the brokerage houses had been taxed suddenly and heavily During three years of depression business had slacked oft until brokerage offices ran 011 skeleton crews and idle time pre dominated for the workers Then suddenly the country tried to get in oa leaping prices Wires could not handle the influx Cus tomers men jumped from telephone to telephone and from customer to customer Clerks worked at a pace they have not worked for three ycfug Some showed blistered fingers today ns evidence of the tremendous crush of work that yesterdays roar Jngsession brought on Many broker age houses worked until 3 a in clearing the decks for business Telegraph operators were called back Customers men were summoned cither from idleness or other jobs Morse wires were set up hurriedly The Western Union Installed stock tickers in 10 cities which were with out market Continued on Eighteen Topics of Times The country has gone off the gold standard Not having any we cannot enlighten you as to what it is all about ings of his many friends Brown Jr and Robert N Lamberton SixYearOld Musical Prodigy Gives Recital The first Delaware shad to be caught this season was reported today i by a group of Essinqton fishermen I who returned yesterday from a trip m i down the river with several shad 1 starting St Michaelsparochial school can teacher explains that from the very vfij claim the place title of beans concerning that importan event in American history c01ul S Richard Club at a luncheon yester day debunked the historybook story of the United States intervention in away righ tending the period in which he may bc Uerve as commander of the National Guard of Pennsylvania and being the kCKirinSng Robert seemed to take to his studies with ease and has coupled with a steady routine of prac tice and lessons which have made Robert O Strayhorn who recently him the proficient pianist he has bc took a loaciirv f fal The war started at midnight that night and the next morning we rcc the Zone and branded it solely as ajognized the new Government and move on the part of this government j they invited us to come in to keep to get what it needed And according to Butler that is exactly what Japan is now doing in China They have learned the diplo matic tricks of the United States they first encountered a revolt set up a new state and permitted themselves peace and we did We established a neutral zone 10 1 miles of space for the canal We said we will not take any part in your revolution but you cant fight here But as that was about the only place to fight there wasnt approval was given by the Legislature and then by Governor Pinchot to Sen William Pethicks bill extending the retirement age of the commander of the guard from 64 to 69 years When Shannon who alsois Lieu in a rccital be come in three years At the close of studenU fi ycr ja By UNITED PRESS Deep collars will become the styla j wt t t uk i i A TTJ JA iJ i OVv vH U fc I J 4 A 1 i 111 L4OLLX rt V i AC the Mount Saint Marys College in was able to play several pieces in aeain says a styienpte As far I the Chestnut Hill section of Philadcli their complete form and now hisas QCr are concerned ths They say the dollar has slumped Just now we are in a receptive mood to receive a bagfull of slumped dollars Now we know thatthis talk about inflation was a lot more than just mere hot air Fifteen years after the war army tailors say they have plans to provide soldiers with better fits The cut ting off of their compensation has provided plenty with fits during the past week When Congress adjourns they should be able to play a better game of golf Theyve had a lot of experi ence with the driver since March 4 It seems the opening of the baseball season makes no difference to the this section The forgotten man these days seems to be the Democratic political worker who expected a plum long be fore this to be invited in to protect it j any fighting The Japanese know what our navy i We always worked that did in the Isthmus of he Ive been in 14 of them and thats the i declared We were supposed to ba way it always is SENATE Continues farm bill and inflation phfa is only six years old and Ls regis repertoire contains a large number of tered in the first grade at the local varied selections During the past school 1 two years Robert has on a number The talented boy who is the son of of occasions appeared on the broad the guard in March he faced retirei on a health cruise in the Carribcan back in 1902 while we were really hanging around waiting for a revo lution But it was the rainy season and folks down there like to fight when its dry So we came back and in 1903 on ment in June 1934 because of the restrictions The bill extended the age limit five years 1OLLAR LOSES GROUND LONDON April 21 lort ground Banking Committee considers ad ministration money bill HOUSE Debates Wagner unemplovment re lief bill Mr and Mrs Robert Strayhorn of 923 Potter street played two difficult i selections yesterday in the music room of the school for the benefit of a Times reporter His teacher Sister Walter Marie who L in charge of music Instruction at the school called for the pieces at random from a great variety of those which her young pupil is capable of playing in todays Appropriations SubCommittee con and he sat down to the piano and ran Japan needs room Their poptilaj trading against the pound opening at Eiders independent olficcs supply bill tion is increasing so fast they have to get out Sixtyfive million people arc living in a spacesmaller than Cali lomia and anybody who wants to Continued on Page Thirteen and closing at 5338 Commerce Committee meets on se touching at BERLIN April dol lar was quoted officially todayat 380 marks curities regulation mcasure Banking Committee considers home ovmcrs mortgage relief Rules Committee hearing on Muscle Shoals bill through a march and a light sym phony without making a mistake At the age of three Robert whose family history on both sides is said to boast of no musically talented personages came to Sister Walter Marie to begin his studies His cast programs of three of the large radio stations and has given lengthy recitals on the air which immediately met with the approval of thousands of radio wrote to the sta tions sponsoring the broadcasts commending the child artist When he presented his recital re cently at the college in Philadelphia he favored the girls of the institu tion with a program which included five numbers as follows March of the Bert Handels Largo in simplified the simplified form of Strausss Blue Danube Waltz Scarf Dance Chaminadej and Rob Bert Anthony style has already arrived Tlbe Weather WASHINGTON April Pennsylvania Gen erally fair tonight and Saturday warmer tonight VYcstcrn fair tonifrht and Saturday slightly warmer in extreme castportion to night cooler along Lake Erie Satur day TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m42 11 a m54 7 a m44 Noon 56 8 a m45 V p ni58 9 a m 48 2 p m JiQ a m 50 V   

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