Chester Times, April 22, 1933

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April 22, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID nun LA MON for tm Kl vi: ion r.:s, ending DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ 'k With AII Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.574. Dniiv Isd Wire Reno;,* rf United Pre** iCT> find Intfrnntlonal New* Service (INSJ (HESTER. PA.. SAH KOAY. APRIL 22. 1933 F. D. R., M’DONALD CONFERRING O VER ECONOMIC PLIGHT President, With More Peace Time Dictatorial Power Than Any Other American Executive, Begin Detailed Discussions With Premier at White House. Latter Stresses International Tariffs as Most Important to be Solved England's Envoy and Daughter Accorded Great Welcome Herriot Due Tomorrow. WASHINGTON April 22 'INS' In an atmosphere of friendly informality, but nevertheless charged with tension because of the clash between the American dollar and the British pound sterling in the worlds grea* markets. President Roosevelt and Ramsay MacDonald set out toda\ to seek an international understanding designed to remedy the worlds most pressing economic ills. In Mr. Roosevelt, the British premier found an American President possessed of more actual and potential powers than were ever reposed in any other peace-time American executive in all history. Mr MacDonalds powers in this respect were 5(H) MILLION FOR RELIEF PASSES House Adopts Measure and Sends ll to Senate; Likely to Win There WASHINGTON. Apili 22 An outright Federal grant of $500,000,000 to the states and possessions for relief was assured today with the passage by the Houae of the Wagner-Lewls bill. The legislation now Roes to the Senate, which already has approved a nearly identical bill. The House did not accept the Senate measure for the technical reason that it was an appropriation bill and should originate in the House. The House bill makes available lo the states on the basis of one Federal dollar for every three expended locally $250,000,000 instead of $200000000 provided by the Senate. for relief until Ort. I After that date, anv remainder of thLs sum and the other $250 OOO OOO may be distributed without strings Anv one state mav receive onlv 15 per cent, of the total. VASCO ( HILD TAKEN TO NEW VORK ( LINK NFW YORK April 22 At the clinic in which a delicate eye operation on the King of Siam was performed two years ago, 2-vear-old Helen Vasco underwent an examination yesterday in connection with the tumor on her left eye. which doctors say may kill her unless removed. The examination was made at the Institute of Opthalomologv of the Presbyterian Hospital. The results were not immediately made known EX .MILLIONAIRE DIES PENNILESS NKW YORK, April 22 Joseph Turnbull Kilgout. who was the youngest member of the Chicago Stock Ex-change In 1897, made a fortune in the market and lost it and then went on the stage to achieve international fame for his portrayals of villainous millionaires, was dead today at the age of 69. He had bern ill for several months and had lived for the last two years af a home for indigent actors on Ixing Island. MRS. WALSH IN HAVANA HAVANA April 22 Mrs Thomas J Walsh, widow of th* American Senator, arrived here by airplane yesterday Her son by an earlier marriage, Rrgino Truffm. died Wednesday at his home in Buena Vista Marianao. V. 8. I Rf \s| RY BALAM L WASHINGTON. April 22 'INS) — Treasury balance as of April 20 $352.-455,836.35; expenditures. $15 481 -500.56; customs receipts, $11,423.728 84 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv tinned Prosit) more limited, for he doesnt control his government to the degree that Mr Roosevelt does International currency problems were uppermost in their consideration as the discussions began America s abandonment of the gold standard MacDonald Not To Visit Cousin Living in Darby Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonalds vLsit to the States will not include a visit to his cousin. Mrs. James McCausland, of 655 Columbia svenue, Darby, it was learned today. During his last visit to this country. Mrs. McCausland visited her cousin during his stay rn Philadelphia. A daughter of Mrs McCausland *aid that as far as she knew the diplomatic mission of her distinguished relative would not permit of her visiting him this time. while MacDonald was on the high seas dramatically rushed this issue to the forefront, and emphasized the necessity of arriving at some basis of luiderstanding if a spectacular international trade war is to be avoided. The adjustment of international tariff barriers and removal of artificial trade restrictions formed a natural corollary to tile monetary question. Revision of the world’s debts to the United Slates was present, too, ( (intitule') on l ast Page TWO FUGITIVES ARE ACCUSED ('Droner** Jury Holds Thom Responsible for Death of Eeltonville ( firmer A verdict of ‘death at 'he hands of persons unknown and who are now fugitives from justice murder " was returned by a coroner s jury following an inquest in the rase of Aaron Hunter. 85-year-old fanner of Chester towa^hip, who was attacked Apili 6 and who succumbed to hts in tories April 13. in the Chester Hospital Reviewing the facts of the case. Coroner J. Fvans Scheehie. complimented the staff of the District Attorneys office for their untiring but futile efloits in an attempt to track down the slayers Hunters son, Ernest, 18 who was also attacked, testified that he had been working near the house, located some distance from the scene of attack, when he heard his father calling him. He hurried to 1he field where his father was working, and found two < not inned on Last P.tge Kl Til JC DI) MAV KNOW PATK TON IC IIT' FLORENCE. Am April 22 INS' - Winnie Ruth Judd may know her fate by tonight. The sanity hearing rase was expected to go to the jury todav after four hours' final argument. Mrs Judd Is under sentence to be hanged next Friday for the murders of Acne Anne I.eroi and Hedvig Samuei.on in October, 1931. If bv a 9-3 vote Mrs Judd is found sane- the noose looms ahead But if by the same votr she is found insane she will be committed to the State Hosiptai for the Insane at Phoenix. GOLI) EMBARGO IS ‘MASTER STROKE TO All) RECOVERY Babson Sops Policy of < on-trolled Inflation Turn of the Tide Reverses Trend of Deflation, Starts Buying. Statistician Says ll* ROG! R H BABSON BABSON PARK Ma s April 22 1933- The decisive adion of President Roosevelt in declaring a gold embargo and embarking on a policy of controlled inflation ta the master-stroke which should turn the tide from depression toward recovery. I am highh optiirmstie for three reasons F.r : this action reverses tile vicious ti<nd of deflation, replacing it with a trend of rising values S cond. it starts a huvmg movement which seta into motion an upward spiral of business instead of the disastrous downward spa al from w hich ive have been suffering for the past three years Third bv taking authority into us own hands, the administration effectually prevents the passage bv Congress of crazy piece-meal legislation which might result in disastrous inflation of the uncontrolled variety. All capable statisticians have known right along that America could not indefinitely maintain the gold standard when nearly all thp other great nations of the world had deserted it. Any measuring unit the yardstick, the bushel basket, the pound weight* must be used bv both buyers and sellers to be of any service Now at one stroke the gold embargo places the United States’ dollar on a more equal competitive footing with currencies of other nations and favors the chances of all countries getting together to establish a more stable monetary system No longer will our exporters ive placed at a severe exchange disadvantage in selling to foreign countries and no longer will our domestic producers have to suffer from the extreme cutthroat competition from foreign goods, made possible by depreciated foreign currencies. Bv automatically ( until!lied on Last I* »ge SEEK FEDERAL All) FOR FLOODED AREA DISTINGUISHED BRITISH ENVOY TURNER ECONOMY RILL MAV RETURN FOR NEW ACTION Final \t tempi May Br Made lo Save It in Assembly on Monday (Jenera! I* r ou r a rn Advanced:    I    nemployment Relief Shunted HARR ISP' RO. April Unemployment relief, shunted into the bi the Republican erg. va need its ae ne tai pi point of final passage audden lion to 22 -INS' temporar nd wh Albation a gram to t r in c ase of adlourn. tod TRICE, TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT URGES SPEED IN PASSA GE OF INFLATION BILL Democrat Leaders Following President's Desire, Confidently Predict Adoption of Money Program by Middle of N r"‘t Week 2 to I Vote Foreseen. Formal Manifesto by Republicans See Act "Better Designed to Defeat, Than to Promote, Business Recovery" Mellon and Mills Reported Aiding Attack. litre is an interesting rinse-up ii) Premier ttamsav Ma< Donald. of Great Britain, as he arrived at Quarantine New York, enroute lo Washington for *i anomie conferences Mil Ii President Roosevelt. REYNOLDS’HEIRS MATHYS CRUISE SPLIT I MILLION HELD A SUCCESS ws.s set fc r a comeback Two ft tt bills, appt nj mat m g $33,* OOO Oiki relief purpose s riuri is t he next hie ate I urn. have pas. sed th One I well adv.<tu rd oi ! the Hotae cs ndar, takes $13 poo on U front the gen ti fund which pellet to show M surplus thrum h sa la try re* duct ions governmental econ and be* t axes The $201 OO (KR) tire. att! n House corn on snot contingency money would t i issue vol un cr e from the $25 s will in* ask' pprovr at the N< iv ember elect! XIV**. A com ombre between I hr I lira n lei cfs and Gove nor ( Jiffore Plnchot amply provided tor th less lint the expiration of ill rent bu m urn on May 31 . Afft en a pre W am to sequin j that dat #* dors not exist TIM Gov* ernor re fu sos to anthol IZf HI y ap piopi tat ions until he a cf rh iin OI the sourer of (lie mom v\ Hi en ire-rut, mg ideas are ti ot lo acentr with the Wit advanced bv Rep, bl le a ti Federal aid for the flooded areas of Tinicum township is being sought in Wa llington bv Senator David A. Reed and Congressman James Wol-frnden as the result of telephone eon vt nations between the legislators and County Commissioners yesterday. In telephone talks from Media, the Senator and Congressman were urged to use their influence with the flood control agencies of th" Frdcial government. to have immediate aid given to plug up the breaks in the banks ' through which high tides are washing The officials were told that the largest breaks are in the banks along the National Guard nfle range, which extends nearly a mile along Darby Creek This property Is owned bv the Federal government and leased to the State Senator Reed said that he exjieefed to talk with General Shannon head of the National Guard, over the weekend. in an effort to interest him ,n State action, because of the Rended condition of the nile range BARTY** DR IN KIM; PE NISH ED BY SOVIET ROSTOV-ON-DON U S S R . April 22 For organizing a collective drinking party when they should have been aiding the movement of tractors to the fields, two storehouse guards, the manager of a dining room and a bookkeeper a? “Gigant." the largest State farm in the Soviet Union, have been exiled to the Far North The action was taken on the ground that they were ‘saboteurs and cnemic1 of the population ’ The ame punishment was inflicted on one member of the farm brigade, that refused to plow on the pretext that the soil was too moist ( ll WGL IN S< HI til I I Beginning Monday, garbage will be collected in all wards twice weekly There will be no change in the collection of trash and ashes. The new schedule as advertised is as follows: Monday and Thursday Seven*h Eighth Nimh. Tenth and Eleventh wards; Tuesday and Friday Sixth. Fourth and Third wards and on Wednesday and Saturday, First, Second and Fifth wards. Why It is Necessary for U. S. to Inflate Currency st \ MOH TOM (ONN M LV of Texas AT LEXINGTON 1—Migosh, Panther Rock. Trnvatore, Leflore. Loradale. Boob* Bird, Toller, Logwood. 2—White Top. Red forage, >inging Girl, Cotton Club. sweet "sigma. Sweet Rnmanrr. Inkle Tom. Transact. J—<rths Ballot. Bra'tic ( rh Lad* ,1a*. Perfect Play. Mr*, "ns'.rr. Hasola. ■scotland B'autv, Ti nuns Bill. 4—Annete B -‘wert ( harlot .5—Little Valley. 6—None. I—None, 8—Transfix. Applecart. Weather, clear; track, slow AT HAVRE DE GRAC E 1—Decanter. Ladron, Bubola. Ilchester, On Tap. 2—Calvacade.    Migratory. Open Spares, Airy ,sp;r:*. M * Meuse. 3—None. 4—None. 5—None. 6—None 7—Anend*. (    •    r    *    t    I    p    \s    ra- khan. Tufty G Froan*. Weather, clear, track, fast. WASHINGTON Apili 24 'INS) The intricacies and complexities of European finance and exchange are such that it is difficult for a layman to comprehend their operation and to measure the motives which con’rol their operation. With the nations of Europe owing the United Sta'es billion in war debt . the economic collapse of 1929 furnished a splendid opportunity for Europe to begin a campana to Isola e ’lie United States economically and financially. with the purpose of forcing an adjustment of war debts by the United States as a expedient for relief from the panic One of the major strategies was the cheapening of foreign exchange Great Britain was under no necessity of actually going off the gold standard. She desired, however, to cheapen the British pound in order that she and ail countries operating on a sterling basis mr;ht be able to undersell th * United Sees in foreign markets. She arbitrarily suspended ".old payments and adop.-d a system of managed currency which re. ulted rn th" cheapening of th- pound from 4 86 to ? Con’ 3 9r’ In orde- lo rn? n. un tha* particular 1 .level the British exchange equali-1 za’ion fund was provided. Th' British treasury with a fund of three quarters of a billion dollars is free to go into the mon. y exchange market to buy the American dollar or to sell British sterling rn order to control the value of th* pound or to enhance the value of the dollar It is well nown that through the operations of the exchange equalization fund England ha* so mampula rd the exchange marie:    a to keep the dollar    high    and the    pound    cheap Since    England wen’    off the gold .• ’andard her domestic prices have not materially increased She is able to manufacture goods on the depre-c.ated value of the pound and sell them in foreign markets at a Rreat advantage over United States exports The same is true in all countries now operating on depreciated currencies. When it is remembered that foreign countries may stabilize their money at fixed exchange rates it is easily believable that    the lar^e    number    of nations    that    have depreciated    their cur) ne . s evidence* a genera! program in a campaign against the United States. P.'centIv th'' sentiment throughout he it "d States for some form oi inflation or cheapening of the dollar ( ontinurd on Page Two Son and Daughter Would (Jct Two Million Each in Court Blan CONCORD. N C. April 22 Libby Holman Reynolds* child and Anne Cannon Reynolds II would share equally in the estate of their father, Smith Reynolds, under an agreement revealed in a court adion Each would ultimately receive $2000,000 it was revealed today. The infant son of Libby Holman. former Broadway torch singer and the second wife of Reynolds, was born prematurely in January Anne Cannon Reynolds II is a daughter of Mrs Joseph Cannon Smith, the firs’ wife of Reynold;*, tobacco hen mysterious!’’ shot to death last Julv Mrs Smdh. co-guardian with the Cabarrus Bank and Trust Company of her daughter, revealed the agreement in an an aer opposing the trust company* petition asking the Court to direct it and Mr Smith to Join in an effort to have set aside a court decree creating a $500 - 000 tru ' fund each for Mrs. Smith and her daughter. The answer contained a letter dated March 4 received bv counsel for the daughter from W. M Hendren, of Winston-Salem, counsel for the Reynolds family, which said an agree- I ontinurd on Last rage COM RHOM ISE ON SILVER RIMM J RAM WASHINGTON, April 22 ‘UP A Compromise was reached today on silver features of the administration inflation bill which threatened for a time to split the Democratic party in the Senate and lead to prolonged and bitter dispute Hie Ended Press wav informed the administration bill would be amended to include a provision permitting President Roosevelt to order tree coinage of silver at a ratio to be fixed bv him Tile free coinage amendment was ^tatted yi terday by Senators Wheeler I)* ti. Mont and King Dem.. Utah atter a White House conference They protected to Mi Roosevelt aga.nit limiting the silver section of the inflation bill to the Pittman pro- ton authorizing acceptance of a maximum aggregate of SKX) OOO MO worth of silver in partial j ' v. •    ( ' ’• ar debts. TK It MIN ITH DARBY SCHOOK CONTRACTS The en'ir e st aff of teachers in the Darby achoo wa served with notice by the .school board yesterday, terminating the contract* of 70 teachers Five members of the faculty have resigned. because of their recent marriage, or approaching marriage The notice, lgned by the president, of the board Arthur Bretherick and the mtp it-. Frederick MacDougall. were .sent to the members of the teaching corps by Superintendent of School1 Wi l*'‘r it Douthett, as a result of a' ion taken by the board at a special meeting held Wednesday night because the board found it necessary to reduce the .salaries of teachers for the coming term. It is necessary for the board to give 60 days notice of the termination of contract under the present law. before such action can be taken The schools of the borough will close June 23 It OCK I. ll. HANNUM 1 NDKRdOKSSIKGKRY Judge John B Hannurn. Sr of the Orphans’ Court, underwent a major .surgical operation this morning at the Chester Hospital h'iftiy after 9 o'clock and it is reported by the hospital authorities that immediately following the surgery that the condition of the judge is fair. He underwent an opera ion last winter and recovered nicely. He planned to return to the bench at Media las* Monday. but on Easter Saturday he fell en th" s dc walk outside the Deshong M' mo: iii A:* Gallery, a* h" was wading ’o hr- 0 fit c's in the cen ral ciion of th" (Tv from his horn" on Fourteenth street. A ver igo spr was blamed Dr George I Armitage performed the nnf ra’ inn fcirlav Now SU \ leviathan Remains in Air 13 Hours in First Tost AKRON. O, April 22 The new w.ithan of the skies the Goodycar-Zeppelin dirigible Macon, shuttled ba. • and forth across Northern Ohio yesterday in her maiden flight, the first of a series of teats to determine whether the navy will welcome tier into the fleet The huge silvery twin of the U 8 8 Akron which fell into the .sea 1wo weeks ago with a loss of 73 lives soared Into the sun-reddened sky from her dock here Without formality. a navy crew ealmlv loosed the giant craft on an all-day shakedown cruise to observe her general characteristics Cap* Alger It Dresel skipper of the Macon and former commander of the I o.c Angeles and the Akron gave the command Up ship’’ The Macon floated away from her giant portable mooring mast and a moment later brr propellers, swiveled downward, lifted her. Aboard were 105 persons including II officers eight members of the naval board of inspection headed by Continued on Last Page NKW OKI’ARTMKNT AT Cl I KST KIT HOSPITAL The board of managers of the Chester Hospital, at their last meeting, approved the creation of a new outpatient department for the study and treatment of allergic diseases it is estimated that IO per cent, of all people suffer from conditions which are the result of sensitiveness to certain substances which * liter the body in various ways, the best known of which is hay fever In addition to this condition are many nttiers like asthma eft son able bronchitis, cc- I zema, food and drug rashes, etc. In the past no I aril It ira have been available at the Chester Hospital for the study of such conditions, so that this department will fill a real need This department will be under the direct supervision of the medical de partmrnt and the clinical laboratories of the hqspital, and will undertake the study of ca,se* only. upon the recommendation of their family physician:    As the cost of the ma terials used in testing these patients is considerable, each one will be asked ■ the actual co-' of the material wed. The clinic will be lr Id on Monday and Thursday, from IO a m to noon and patients will be cen bv appointment through Hie family physician. With the opening of this new department a real community service will be rendered by the hospital and the physician* in charge. LOT AL ROT ARIANS TO VTI END SESSIONS Twei ■ -five members of the Che*-I :er R-'e.-y Club will attend tin- dis-; trier, conference, which will be held j Monday at Allentown Pa The local delegation will travel bv bu*, leaving lrom the Chester Club. 511 Welsh ■.( i ■    1 r ll 30 a rn Pf<• Tent Gliarle Kurtzhai/ will head the delegation The regular meeting of the club next Tuesday will be in charge of H 8 Darlington, who will introduce William Doug la ■■ pa" pre.-idenf of the Wilmington Rotary Club, as the ,speaker. leaders They look to beer taxes, the ruiner bill, And a general salary j slash. In a final attempt to save the bod\ of the Turner economy cod« organ-! batton chieftains are considering a reconsideration vote on the battered Howell Resolution in the House Monday night They claim .sufficient power to revive the salary reducing document, once passed but Inter killed. WO to 94, and carry it to effect a raving ot ffiooo.noo Failure to accomplish this will threaten seriously the future of (lie Turner bill Its remaining econo-; mies. estimated to save approx!- t mutely $5,000 000 will full short of providing sufficient money for the relief appropriation. Burh a condition might force tin* organization to turn to nome of the j governor's recommendations All have been frowned upon in the past, the , records indicating strongly’ that anv I surrender will rome only a* a last resort. DR. TORRID \ N HI RT; SEMINARA RECTOR Monsignor Jo mph M Corrigan. I rector of Bt Cha rle- Bor romeo S mi- J nary Overbrook, received lacerations! of the right hand. and the tendon of his third finger was partly severed yesterday afternoon in a collision of two automobiles in Philadelphia Suffering from shock. Monsignor Corrigan remained in Misericordia Hospital after bus injuries had been treated The driver of Monsignor Corrigan's! car. John Hill, was c ut. on the head and suffered from nervous shock. Ji'me' A Clancy, 33 of 15 Seller.', avenue, Millbourne, driver of (tie other car, was not injured. Bolti automobiles were damaged After holding ninny other important jai ,if ion* in the diocese, Mon** Ignnr Corrigan became rector of the seminarv in 1925. He is considered one of th' most eloquent orators in the Philadelphia diocese. INFORMS El ROBE ON MONEY POLITY WASHINGTON, April 22 GNK) The United States today informed J Europe through its embassies in the { principal capitals Of the old world. * that this government’s ae lion in abandoning the gold standard and seeking inflationary measures were not a step in “international contest or conflict.'' In a circular telegram sent to th*-American embassies in London, Berlin. Paris, and Rome Secretary of Slate Hull advised the amba; sa dors the step was required bv circumstances and “designed to enable turn this country to work out an improvement in pi ires.'' rnthej than to ecu re a weapon for the world economic conference WASHINGTON, April 22 >UP> — Democ rattle leader* confidently predicted today passage by the Senate the Roosevelt inflation program by the Huddle of iii vt week, hut conservative Republicans in a formal manifesto denounced it as “better tie iu d to drft af than to promote Dun11Min neovisry , * A poll indicated the measure would be adopted by About a 2-1 majority. More than 60 senators expressed approx i! cd st 'I lie op i KVM lion counted between 20 Htid 22 Republicans and perhaps eight Dt mortals. .Format consideration of the credit and currency expansion plan, de-• Tro d to hring a gradual Increase in JU ice stimulate business and revive industry, may begin today. W til the White House urging fast lotion. Democratic Leader Robinson threatened to invoke cloture rules to force a vote if the debate showed signs of developing into a filibuster Proponents or silver remonetisation claimed VS tuft House support for an amendment which would permit the I i dent to i lablGh tree coinage of dive! at anv I at lo desir ed iv-natons Wheeler. Democrat. Mont . and King, Democrat. Utah. introduced th* amendment after a conference won Mr, Roosevelt, They wetc dis atisfied with the original .-aiver provision, permitting the Pres-Lieut to accept $100 000,000 of the metal from foreign countries in psy-ment of war debt*. Hie conservative Republican opposition lo the inflationary program mark* the first organized and determined Stand of the G O P “Old Guard a .a inst President Roosevelt's “new deal " Formei Secretary of the Treasury SOVIET HANS ALL BRITISH TRADING I*ruh»hits I st* of Ships of I It a I Nation; ('urbs Foods in Transit MOSCOW. April 22 'UP' Russia us willing to i nd her trade war with Great Britain whenever London wants to cry quits Publication nf the Russian older banning all British trade revealed today that the order is automaticBlly revokable when and if Britain lifts fo r HO per cent. embargo on Russian goods. Iii us Ravia placed squarely up to England responsibility for continuing or terminating the trade war growing out of pi I in sentences given two KngiiAhni’ n on charges of sabotage Promulgation of Russia a counter-embargo on British goods, it was noted ca me on the fifteenth anniver-arv of Ut' establishment of the Hovi* t government foreign trade monopoly. The soviet decrees restricting trade with Great Britain was published in ( uni muni on Last Page TRI CK WD TROLLEY TAR IN COLLISION I Mills, men!iv returned from a long visit wit lr former President Homer, helped draft the Republican manifesto Forme Secret arx of Treasury Mellon was reported to be aiding the attack. Tile manifesto was signed by Senator Reed. Rrpn . Pa . regarded as Mel-Inn's spokesman In the Senate, Senator Walcott. Conn. close friend of Mi Hoover; Republican I cader Snell of tim Houae; and Rep Lure, Mass, ranking Republican on tire Homa banking committee ' I ;,c admin t rat ton inflation lull violates the most elementary prin- < unturned un I ast Page UTHR DARBY TAX QUESTION Resident* Wish to Confer When School Budget Is Reins: (’onsidered Tile A aviation of Commerce of Eastern Delaware County has asked Hie Upper Darby School Board for the privilege of examining the proposed 19(3*34 achoo] budget befor# the director* meet to finally approx a J the measure. In a letter addressed to Arthur 8. Garrett, president of the board Lester C. Huffman, chairman of the committee on taxation of the association j stated “We feel that tile business interests of Upper Darby should have ample apportunity not only to study | tin* budget, but to make constructive suggestions to your board in order to help you in lightening the tax burden in these trying times.'' Other members of the committee on tsxatlon arc:    Frank    Daley,    Her man Rnsrnwald, Joseph Shaw. Samuel H Collins and A H Held. ail prominent. Upper Darby business men, Mr Held la president of the Association of Commerce. Huffman iran Invited the president of each of the eleven civic associations in Upper Darby to meet with the business men some time next week iii Hie Township Hall, ii! an effort to ; unite the business and civic groups of the township in the campaign to i lower taxes. FAIR WEATHER FOR THE WEEK END Generally fair weather today in eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland It will be cooler thus afternoon and tonight and lair tomorrow also. The highest temperature here yesterday was 63 degrees at 4 30 p nu, and the lowrsl was 37. at 5 30 a rn. The average of 50 was four degrees below normal for the date and six-lern degree* below the average April 21 last year. Maximum temperature I for the date is 84, established in 1923, j and minimum 27, in 1875 I Sunrise today was at 5 13 a. rn . and sunset will be at 6 4.) p. rn, eastern standard time, BILL EXEMPTS TAX Jo! bi' . d delivery truck driven by Mv'c of 517 Welsh fitrrrt, (    , v.a badly damaged yester- .illernoon when it wa* st luck by git spued trolley car on the West •.'cr ink' ut, I irchmont. Tile body torn from til*’ chassis. «i w ■ driving we t on the higii-ar d when lie attempted to turn , <ii* leading to the home of M r one of ins customers, aile- traveling in the same direc-' Inch im failed to see until it •on late to avoid an accident, i into the vehicle He escaped umping as the car struck. HARRISBURG, April 22 (UP' — Interest-bearing accounts in anv banking institution were exempt from th1 four-mill personal property tax rn Pennsylvania today. The exemption wa-, granted bv the Fin tem bill * huh Cd ' (IHT Pint hot announced he had signed. I opicsof i imes Penna. Brewers Anxious for Beer Tax and Control Congress Today rn? i M11 n phi.ss) ’»! V \T! Continues debate on Farm Bill and Inflation Banking Sub-Committee hearing on Administration Home Mortgage Relief BUI. Judiciary Sub-Committee considers petitions on ousting of Senator Long, Dem La. HOI SF, Debates Mum-Ie Shoals-Tennesee Valley Development Bill. Appropriations Sub-C o rn rn i t t e e meets on Independent Offire Supply Bill Banking Commi,fe*> considers Home-Owners Mortgage Relief Bill. i Pennsylvania brewer fi.tnri.y dismayed by non-enactment of beer control-tax a Hon legislation, are jut as anxious for veto-proof legal,•(lion as are the Commonw'• ai'!, m'dyand Jobless- that will be the beneficiaries. And, as an underlying aceompani-mcnt of that anxiety, is open resentment over failure of th legislature to enact regulatory measures that will meet with the governor; approval. The brewers realize they in a wav. they are on the spot' with dry forces quietly girding not on!’, for a determined fight against ratification of the mea ire rcp'aliog the Eighteenth Amendment, but also for a possible lest case to determine legality of 3 2 per cent. be er. A poll of representative Pennsylvania brewers by International News Service today revealed an absolute unanimity in favor of early enactment of control-taxation measure;, even though such enactment will cut into their profits which, now untaxed. are “all velvet ” Several brewers pointed out that, in some quarters, the a ,a ition ha; been voiced that the brewer- themselves are complacently acquiescent in the dclav of legislation Each brewer queried on this pha e of the situation emphatically foreswore an such attitude. 'iii ; , Fred C Flu;' man. president of the Pittsburgh Brewery, said he was “ready and anxious’ for enactment of control legislation. He added: “Perhaps there is a little selfish-j ne in our de: ire to get the muddle cleared up. We brewers arc getting most of tilt blame for lite delay, and unfairly so, too." Another brr w-master brought up a different angle He said. “The longer the beer question is shuttled back and forth between the warring factions ai Harrisburg, the mort ammunition is being provided for the drys. ‘ Dix . any serious-minded person think that a legislative body which can t even get together on beer control could ever legislate sensibly to control other liquors in event of repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment?’’ Although most brewers sidestepped a direct answer, it was informally stated that the proposed state tax of ll 24 a barrel would lot raise the retail price of beer, j One brew-master remarked: “We anticipated a tax when we set our prices at the start.” The average feeling was voiced this way: "A alate tax will cut down our j profits, but not destroy them.” * Maybe it wasn’t the Gull of the bridge hostess, but a recent invitation read: Tea will be gin at 4 p. rn.” lf Ais inflation idea Is going to help the country there are millions of “flat tires” that can be utilized. Heavy thinking us no ca (use of bald-n* av; an eminent college professor. Mervy Turk, please take note. A ’vol! in who was tried at Media said her husband drove her to drink. Th * .a* da,vs many wives drive their tm s .nu to a place where they can get a drink. A speaker here said automobiles promo c .sociabill '. Sure! You never k1 ow when you arc gotn« to turn the corner and bump into an old friend. “Chinese in Chaos.” reads headline. Maybe that isn’t one of the places Gene* L . ' has b ^n but. if lie would say it, ifs a heck of a place. Not that we car* but Tommv Ford is locking for bargains these day#, ratter watch our advertising columns, Tommy. J he Weather W \SHINGTON, %pril 2$~-Weather forecast—Eastern Pennsylvania: Fair tonight and sunday. Cooler tonight with heavy frost. Western Pennsylvania:    Fair    with heavy frost tonight, cooler in south portion; Sunday fair, slowly rising temperature in northwest portion. 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