Chester Times, April 25, 1933

Chester Times

April 25, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PA I II C1RCTI.ATI0N FOR I" EIA E ION T.IS. EN IHM* DECEMBER ll. 19.12 20,328 ffmf * 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.576. D*..v Lrt-m Wire Report* of I'nued Pre-• nd Intonation*. New* Service (INS' --Ai------ VT CHESTER. PA.. ITKSBAY. APRIL 25. I IVW SOLVE RECTORY SCHOOL HOARD HERRIOT TALKS '> ROBBERY WITH IS DETERMINED WITH ROOSEVELT: ARREST OF BOYS TO COLLECT TAXES M'DONALD (JI ITS Parent of One, Suspected Collector Is Directed to Frances Envoi to Parlei of Abetting Thefts. Also Levi on Delinouent Begins Conversations at On nor of Property    Capitol    Tonight SEA GIVES UP AKRON WRECKAGE in Custody Youngsters Re-enact Robbery    in Presence of Priests and Detectives Charles Lewrhurk. 40. of the SOO block Green street, a suspected modern Fagm. is being detained by pollee here, following the arrest of his eon, Tony, 9 and Paul Bell, ll. of the inn block Green street and their alleged confessions to robbing the rectory of    St NJichael s    Catholic Church, Eighth street and Edgmont avenue. The rectory was entered on the night of Sunday. February 19. and a leather bag    containing the    church collections,    amounting to    nearly $1000 stolen. The money bag had been secreted behind a ehair in the reception room of the rectory. Yesterday afternoon the boys both of whom are now in the House of Detention, re-enacted the robbery in the presence of the clergv of St. Michaels Church and detectives Paul and I met at Seventh street and Morton avenue and we walked to the Seventh street entrance leading to the rectory. ’ began the younger bov in his recital. We broke a side window and then ran awav. but returned a short time later when we saw no one moving around. Paul reached in and released the window catch and then entered. I waited outside until he came out the side door carrying a leather bag Gee, it was so heavy we thought we had a million dollar* " The Lew chuck bov then told detectives they started for home, but hesitated near Deshong street to take a peep into the bag Paul put his hand in the bag and pulled out $3, which he gave me. I ( ontinued on Page ten ------------CT MIM SI. S. HERT No Allowance Is Macle for Instalment Due on lune 15t h LONDON. April 25 UP A balanced budget for 1933-34. with no allowance for paving the $75,950,000 war debt instalment due 'he United States on June 15. but with a pro-v talon for preventing the pound from soaring closer to parity with the dollar, was presented in the House of Commons today by Neville Chamberlain. Chancellor of the Exchequer. "We in this country do not fear that things are going to get worse Chamberlain said in relenting firmly the suggestion for a deliberately unbalanced budget, which It had been argued would drive down the pound Instead he announced an increase in the Treasury’s 15fi.000.000 pound exchange equalization fund, which is used to keep the pound ‘pegged.” In some quarters, thp increase was taken to indicate clearly that the Chancellor does not expect an immediate n#um to the gold standard bv Britain Chamberlain indicated his hope that President Roosevelt would lead the way to world betterment, saying Continued on Page I en SIGNS DAM BILL HARRISBURG. April 25 INS Completion 9? Pymatuning dam was assured todnv by Gov. Gifford Pin-chot's signature on the Stevenson bill appropriating $450,000 for the work. Action Follows Conference Anglo-American D»ck«r-—Much Business Trans- ins: Ends, W ith Much acted at Meeting    Progress Nut cd In an effort to produce increa>od income from the tax collections in order to properly meet the expenditures of the school district, the school directors pawed a resolution presented at a regular session held last night in the Larkin building The resolution was offered by James L Rankin The body of the resolution aimed at a general collection of delinquent taxes and containing an order to the tax collector to levy on one specially mentioned property was as follows 'The tax collector is instructed to proceed to collect all 1932 school taxes, levying on wages, rents and personal property where necessary Hp la now advised that we will exonerate hun with respect only to those who show a good reason for non-payment The board plans to publish, after June first the names of those delinquent taxpayers who have failed to furnish reason for nonpayment, satisfactory to the board We respectfully request the tax collector to levy upon the personal property in the market premises now occupied by the tenant of the Mutual Equity Company, located on West Ninth street near Sproul. and to proceed to sell the same unless all school taxes arr paid bv May first Drafting of the resolution regarding the levying on delinquents came as a result of a conference held in executive session af which the tax collector. Dr. S P Gray and representatives of the Mutual Equity Company were present. The private session. held in a side office lashed for nearlv two hours Approval was given to a suggestion Continued on rage Ten WASHINGTON April 25 -UP The Anglo-American economic conversation* neared an end today and the French representatives, beginning more active participation pledge^ support in a combined offensive against the depression Piesident Roosevelt and Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald of Orca: Britain, pressed on toward a united program in talks with their economic experts at the White House It v-• their fourth dav of exchanging idea* and plans for world economic recovery. Canadian aspects of the com 1 <-turns became of increasing importance when it was learned that Prime Minister Beluv ti is prepared to discuss commercial agreements with 'he United State* on many commodities not included in the Ottawa a:- • rn en Is French and American expel is on financial and economic question* conferred af the state department and former Premier Herr lot of Fiance prepaied for tonight s three-cornered conversation the first meeting of Mr. Roosevelt, Mr MacDonald and M Hemet The Billfish decision in l ondon not to make budgetary provision for war runtinucd on Page Ten I (.RI I TO n| |V\R VI I NEW YORK Apili 25 'UP' After 19 year* of married life. Ruth St Dennis and Ted Shawn famous dancers have agreed that married life never was meant for artists Accordingly. Miss 8* Denis said today. the\ have separated LAST MINUTE NEWS WARRANT FOR W. NELSON TRUAX A warrant wa- issued this afternoon by Magistrate .Mathue- in Media for the arret? of W. Nelson Truax. former secretary and assistant treasurer of thp Chester-Cambridge Bank and Tm*? Co., rhaigmg him with fraudulent conversion and embezzlement. The warrant wa* secured by State Rank Examiner William J. Mcf’uen, who swore he found discrepancies in Truax’- account* through various examinations. The Chester-Cambridge Rank and Trust Co. this afternoon announced no monetary loss had been sustained h> them, a* the acount* were honied. County detective* were given the w* to serve. Mr. Truax left the hank’* employ several month* ag< ie warrant HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bx ('niter! Press) s,„„„ / w. RACKS 30-HOUR A SU! AMM J"' WHHK LAB0R B||L HARRISBURG April 25 INSr Bv a unanimous vote. the Sonne today passed finally the Fitzgerald bill designed to abolish the fee system for the collection of city. poor and school taxes in third-class cities. Under the terms of the measure, the ntv treasurers would collect all these taxes solely on a salary basis and they would receive no fees The bill was returned to the House for concurrence in minor amendments which the upper branch made The salary system set up by the bill follows: In cities of population between 25.000 and 50 000 from $3,500 to $5,000; in cities with a population between 50 000 and 55 000 a flat salarv of $6,000; in cities of over 55 000 population a flat salary of $7,500 A similar bdl backed by Fitzgerald in 3931 was defeated AT HAVRE DI GRACE 1—Standing Room, Billie*' Tryst. Doeskin, Retimes, To Arms. 2—Di*neur. .Inlie Fillip. Briar Blue. Mack Bennett, Octarnro, Excel. 3—Air Pilot, Flashing Colors 4—1 None). 5—I nen< umbered.    Fetish, Keggy, Grace Bunting. 6—Modern Times, lair Judge. Garlic, Visionary, Thursday Kingbird 7—Light Breeze. Potentate. Bubola, Politrn. Matadi. Knee High. Weather, cloudy; Hark, fa-* IT TANFOR I' 1—None. 2—None. 3—None. 4—None. I—None. 6—None. 7—-Ruffe. Weather, clear. tra< k, fast Congress Today (Bt I SITED PRESS) SFNATE: Continues inflation debate Banking Committee considers Securities Regulation bill HOISE: Votes on Muscle Shoals-Tennessee Valiev Development Banking Committee considers Home Owners’ Mortgage Relief bill. Labor Committe-' hear* Secretary Perkins on industrial regulation plan. Immigration Corr.miU"e con :do: Equal Rights bill. Commerce Sub-Committee me 1 on Securities Regulation measure. Military Affairs Committee hearing on national defense. Public Land Committee hearing on U S claim* against Pan-Amen-ean and Richfield OU Companies. BODY OE DROWNED MAN IDENTIFIED The corpse of a drowning victim was recovered from the Delaware ruer opposite the wharf of the Ford Motor Company, fool of Lloyd street at 8 30 a rn todai. The body wax later    identified at    the    morgue    of Deputy Coroner George White as that of James F McCabe 1216 We*? Ninth street On    April 12. Chai ie*    Worrell    of the Wet Ninth street addre-s. a brother-in-law of the victim, repo:! d M c C abt’ s d.appearance When he left home he told relative* he was going to a government re-fore.-tration camp, but failed to stale where it was located Fearing the mans mind was affected and that he was wandering about., police were asked    to broadens?    a description    of him    Identification    wa*    mad* bv a brother John McCabe Secretary Perkins Ernes Adoption at House Committee Hearing WASHINGTON. April 23 <UP>~ Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins the nation* first woman cabinet officer. today urged upon th* House Labor committee the administration * unprecedented program for Federal Control of Industry. In the presence of Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt. Miss Ishbel MacDonald and a crowd in the House Caucus room. Miss Perkins testified in a determined manner a' opening of hearing* on a measure to give the National Government authority to fix wages, hours of work and quantity Of production President Roosevelt is friendly to J the Black 30-hour-week bill but it 1* not an administration tin ire th*: secretary told the committee Testifying on lh* B’Tk bt!!, v ,1 ch I passed th* Scna e. ;<nd h'r own pro- I posed expansion. characterized | ( ontinued on F'a?* 7en SHOWERS TODAY; COOLER TOMORROW Showers are probable in Lantern Pennsylvania New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland Cloudy and cooler is tomorow a forecast The highr : temperature here yes. teniav wa 69 lh' 1    • a 5 p rn and •he low ■ ; was 42 at 6 a rn The average ol 56 wa, onr’ degree above normal for the date and four degree* above the average April 24 last year. Maximum temperature for the date is 84 established in 1880. and minimum 33. in 1930 Sunrise today wa.* af 5 09 a rn and sunset will be at 6 49 p m, Eastern Standard time Members of the Board of Countv Commissioners at Media today expressed optimism (hat the near future will witness some action in the Tinicum flood situation on the part of the national government. Msior J A Dorsi, from Washington. representing the Military Bureau of the War Deportmen lias completed a survey of the flooded district, particularly of the break' in the dike,* on the government-owned tract alone Darby Creek through which mo J of the water has flowed He prom I * d to make an immedia e report to his superior* on the conditions as he found them The commissioner yesterday received a letter Rom Congressman James Wollenden, .1 Suring them that he was in touch with the flood control agencies of the Federal govern- ( ontinued on Pate I en ft 1/OR ll ll I DLR I INI D Edna Bayard, Negro of Lax Court, w** fined HO and co*,!* in police court today on a disorderly conduct charge Edna wa* arrested yesterday after police removed E!*ur Boardly 21. of Fayette st rec;, *<> th* Chester Hospital for repairs Elsie, who had lier face ‘lifted’ with a razor blade in the hand* of Erin. appealed :n court this morning with what appeared to be a gauze mask covering her fare POLICEMAN COLLECTS RELICS McClure Beer Bill Held Up Over Licensing Tilt HARRISBURG Pa April 25 — (UP—Strong sentiment for giving county judges the power to license and regulate the beer business in Pennsylvania delayed action today on Senator John J McClure's regulatory measure The McClure bill is in the hands of the Senate law and order committee to wive.1 it had b"f*n recommitted a1 cr second reeding. It provides .hat county treasurers Issue beer dis-tribu ne:    license*,    a pion of which Governor Pinchot approves Two meetings of the committee failed to make much progress on preparing th* bill for a return to the Senate floor for a final vote A sub-committee consisting of Senators Siaudenmeier. of Schuylkill. Roberts of Northampton and Coyne of Allegheny went to see the Governor about amendment* to the measure They returned to report to the committee tha* Pinchot "Insisted” on promiscuous licensing by county reasurers in the manner in which dog and hunting licenses now are 'tidied. Tli'* Governor showed no p rh of compromis'' iln ih'> committee, it was 'i'm tom:    there    developed power ed, ' mn to the present pl*n It ’.as claimed that wnth th* treasure z Continued on Page Ten FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day FRICK, TWO CENTS SENATE DRIVE TD $45,000,000 PLAN FOR JOBLESS AID IS A GREED UPON HALT ITT IN ROLD DOLLAK DISHED Republicans in Coalition Move Seek .Majority Against Inflation Reed Opens Opposition Today; Canada Watches Foreign Exchanges WASHINGTON. April 25 A pro-i p<\Ml to remonetize silver at a ratio of 33 to I, agauvst gold, wa* made J today bv Senator Hatfield ‘RI of I West Virginia on behalf of the eolian vat ire Republican bloc in the Senate as a substitute for (he gold section of (he administration* huge inflation bill The conservative Republican* were seeking an alliance with Democratic silvnitr.s to write this amendment into the bill. The Democratic silverlte* were holding out for a 16 to I ratio but rumors weir current tho two groups Decision by State That Bankers Must Pay Four-mill Personal Property Tax, Instead of /ndividuals, Nets $8,000,000 Beer Tax Bonds and Economies Furnish the Balance Measure Abrogating Sunday Blue Laws in Re• gard to Baseball and Football Goes to Pin* chot’s Desk McClure Repeal Convention Act Is Finally Approved in Assembly would avt Of 25 to were tho to write I the OUI a: vision, giv reduce the lh cr on a compromise tat lo I lf they do, indications would win enough .support he silver amendment into * a substitute foi the pieing the president pow I to ■ gold content of the dollar t he Broken $<rtTrs and situ * of tile » *4 n (abib of the stricken Ikron ate shown a* the* v. "re drawn from the o< ran depths off lire Jersey roast hi salvage appar a. ti* of the I > * falcon after dicers totaled the wrerkage FINISH SURVEY ROOD WILL FIRE OF FLOODED AREA LADDIES HOSTS War Department Official County Association Meets Will Submit Report to in Sm eel ley School; Del-His Superiors    aware    Represented Approximately 1200 volunteer firemen were in attendance at the monthly meeting of the Delaware County Firemen’!* Association, field in the Srnrdley School auditorium. .Seventeenth and Upland street*, last evening. the association bi inc the guest of the Good Will Fire Company, No 2. of the city department. A delegation of 200 firemen, repre-enting the New Castle K<’tit and Sussex county association* of Delaware, headed bv (Turf William Lutz, of the Wilmington Fire Department, and J it Haddaway. of Wyoming. Del. president of thr Delaware State Volunteer Firemen s Association were welcomed by Hie county association head Thomas J Campbell, and by John C Hershey, of Wallingford an honorary member of the county otganlzation. During the busine** i ss ion, two important topics were discussed, that of the county association supplying binders to be used in conjunction with fire reports, to companies ro-operat- J mg with the association, which wa* recommended bv the trustees The other was an amendment to the by- ( ontinued on Bare Ten ( IHLI) IN HOSP! I IL YONKERS April 25 Helen Vasco, 2. whose parents finality ha’.e confuted to an « ye operation necessary for her life was given into the caTe of Judge George M Smi t he, of the Childrens Court, Inst night and was placed in a hospital. Hatfield Amendment first hep rn a Republican (ii ive to I obtain coalition support in an effort (to protect the gold doll*!. The amendment would be mandatory In contrail with tire meieiv permissive I language now contained throughout in tile administration inflation bill It would strike out all reference to the gold dollar. The Secretary of the Treasury would be directed to inn chase silver bullion and issue silver lertlflcatrs against it They would lie legal tender for all purpose* mile » the obligation were "specifically payable in a particular kind of money “ That language would protect holder* of gold bearing bond*. A limitation in the Hatfield Amendment would prevent purchase of silver bullion at a pine greater than fin cent* an ounce That would work out at about 33 to I Hatfield’s 33 to I plan and Wheeler'* desire for 16 to I may lead to compromise lf sufficient strength can be developed to warrant a determined effort to stiike gold revaluation fiom the bill There Hie indications Hie coalition of conservative Republican* and silver Democrats might reach Continued on Page Ten TA XRAY KRS* CRUIT PRESENTS APPEAL An appeal from the 1932 irport of the county controller, James T Stewart. has been taken by a group of Ii taxpayers of the county, represented by Attorney* Geary and nankin In the petition filed with Hie court their i* no specific Item of the report RELIEF PROGRAM NEAR SETTLEMENT HARRISBURG, April 25 (UP) -lax exemption legislation backed bv Pennsylvania Bankers boomeranged on Hic hanker* today to assess $8 (MHI (HK) taxation (Iii ret Iv on them lo round out a $4,MMM) OOO unemployment relief appl opt iation schedule. Iiic "boomeiang” wa* provided by Hie Einstein Act which was intended lo exempt individual Interest -bearing tank accounts from the four-mill personal property tax assessed and collected by Hie counties Undri .ut interpretation of Attorney General William Schnadcr, the act meieiy transferred fioni individual* lo tile hank* themselves liability for Hie (oui-mill tax and made the .tar the collecting agency, Based on that ruling an agreement for financing relief was leached at a conference in winch Governor I’tn-chot and leader* of various legislative faction* participated They agreed on a $45,000,000 ap-pi opt tat ion program, on the following financing schedule From Hie ll 24 per barrel tax on lieer, $10,000,000, J rom economy recommendation* of HARRISBURG April 25 tUPi -* The Sunday aport* bill, to modernize tile ancient blue laws of Pennsylvania, was placed on Governor Gifford ; Pinchot s desk today for exreutue action There was little formality and no debate in the Senate on the House resolution to return without amendment the Sunday Blue Law modifier. The measure which would permit baseball and football on Sunday after-| noon*, provided communities agree by local option that they desire the sports which ha\r bern banned for 139 years, was approved by the Senate In quick order. Pinchot has Indicated that the J Governor will deliberate on the bill carefully before acting He has JO da vs m which lo sign or veto the I measure and his failure to act on It .within that time would automatically place the law on Hie statute books. Meantime Hie McClure hill, creating a constitutional convention of 15 delegate* si large to ratify or reject the twenty-first constitutional amendment for prohibition repeal, was ( .tnt HHK <1 on Page I en [ MKI MEN NOW ON FORD PAYROLL Total of 5000 Completed Jobs Is Record for Week -—Tho Shift Schedule The Ford Motor Company’s assembling plant at the foot, of Lloyd .street, in this city. will have completed 5000 job* for the month of April, by the end of this week The daily output has been 250 domestic sale*.    -i ^ I In carrying out (hi* extensive pro- menHoned and (hue Involved have j ^ mrn h#Vf. brrn pllimJ on not disclosed what portion of the re-|K>rt they plan to piole.st against. 'ihe signature* on the appeal petl-tion are as follows John M Knns David M Bain, Clayton Keenev, Joseph A O’Neill, Howard W Carlson Walter 8 Ottlnger, Thomas L Girard, Mauritz O Mvreliu*. Dr F J. Woodward. J Reese Woralall. J P Anderson and Isaac A Him til 'Hie signers name a* sureties, in Hie sum of $1000 William T Bowden and Hillier N Pennell A similar appeal wa* filed !a*l veal from tile 1931 retort of Hie controller but the matter wa* not followed up In court FRANK TOLLIN Hie active payroll, most of those employed being old employes, a majority of the worker* being residents of Cheater and vicinity, the company reports. The men are working on a five-day week plan. An eight-hour daily schedule has been carried on with two shifts daily in the export departing! The norma! schedule calls for duty from 7 30 a rn. to 4 p rn . with a half hour lunch period The second shift goes to work at 4 p rn The Ford factory is onr of the few institutions that ha* been making rapid strides toward a return to normalcy. The concern s program started at the beginning of the year and excepting, for the short delay due to the I/ UTT    lf W IIM IM    I.’I \    Hike of employ* • of    » bodybuilding ur, ll    H.7.N riUGVl    r Iz/A.    {ar((ir, jn Du. r born    Mich, has been ----- gradually    advancing Mr and    Mrs Abe Tollin,    of 611    The personnel of    the local plant Hast Nineteenth street, have returned    show* an increase of    more than 20(H) from a ten day*’ trip to Florida bring- j Continued on Page Ten McClure hits at PINCHOT ATTACK Senator Raps (lovernor’s ( ritirism of His t tili-ties Bill HARRISBURG, AprtJ 25 Senator John J. McClure, Delaware organization Republican, last night slapped i bark at Governor Tim hot, who criticized the McClure bill for control of I public utilities, Emerging from a conference at which he ajid other legislative leaders had agreed with the governor on a $45000,000 state unemployment relief program, Senator McClure launched into a sharp attack on the chief ex-j endive He charged the guvrrnor ha* been 'sleeping soundly’’ at Washington while the legislature wrestled with aid for the needy, utility regulation and other major problems He asserted the governor has re-\ vealed "an incurable Roosevelt rom- Continued on Page Ten DOLLAR GAINS IN LONDON LONDON, April 25 UP* The dollar gained today, closing at $3 83 to the pound. I opicsof l imes j mg bark with them on their return journey Mr 'lollin’* father, Frank Tollin, of 516 East Twenty-first street, widely known business man of this *»tv who, for the past few year* ha: spent his winter* in Florida for tile benefit of hi* health Mi. Tollin’* many friends will be glad to know of his improved physical condition While in Floi Ida Mr and Mr Tollin spent their time in extensive sigh?-seeing visiting St Petersburg I anilla, witnessing Hie sponge-fishing a' 'IarjK>n Spring*, and enjoying the historic sights at St Augustine and other Florida places of interest They returned full of enthusiasm for life in the sunshine state HA DASSAU WILL ELECT TONIGHT An important meeting of Chester fiadassah will be held this evening at 8 orlfxk in Hie Ohev Sholom Community Center. Election of officer will be held. and report*. from all committee* will be heard Continued on Page Ten DAYLIGHT TIME WILL RE OBSERVED HERE Although it has not been officially der reed by Mayor William Ward, Jr . Che' ’er will go on daylight saving time next Sunday Industrie* churches, railroads, street car companies, ferry line* and boat line* tour bing at this city wull operate on the new schedule. Cinel will be moved ahead one hour at 2 a rn Sunday, that is, nAtria lh. but mo. pn on* w .ll move their timepieces ahead several hours before that, or at the time of retiring. PROPERTY OWNER \( ( I SEI) OE THEFT I S. I KLASEK \ B ll IM I A man, who I* said to be 'property I pool ', was »rre?.ted in the    Fifth ward early this morning    while; stealing bread and milk from door- I step*. The arrest was made by Patrolman Hardman. When slated the defendant gave WASHINGTON April 2< <UF*>- hi* name as Frank Shemchick. of Tile treasury net ba lam e for April 22 j Morton avenue, near Third street was $322 929 895 51 Expenditures that He is said to own three house* in day were $9 088 997 80 Custom.' re-j this city Mar: irate Honan fined eeipt* for the mon'h through April 22 him $5 and costs on a disorderly were *12 608 451 52.    ‘conduct,    charge National Bogs' Week A rrangemen Is Com pie te Mayor Ward hasnt much to say I about this daylight saving time He ought to hear what most of us will say about it when the alarm clock goes ort next Monday morning. silence may be golden and sine* the country went off the gold standard the West End speaker*’ Club seems to have developed a number of silver-tongued ^orators. ’Ihe Minute Men of the olden days rooIdn t hold a candle with the three-minute men who -poke at the big dinner in the Chester Club last evening. A Oerman editor who esrtooned Hitler unfavorably has been taken Into "protective custody” by the Nazis Who, we presume, will give him a benevolent, beating. Someone advocated railing on the forestry army to aid rn Tinicum township Wait a minute, thats a job for the naval reserves. Premier MacDonald's daughter says we shouldn’t take George Bernard Shaw to<i .seriously. Personally we never take any Joke seriously. Another Item .says breweries are spending $65,000,000 to make good beer Maybe after it I* spent we will get some good beer. Things are picking up everywhere. reads a news note But it s hard to convince hitch-hikers, who are passed by the score*, of this. There hasnt been a still found in this city for months and months So maine, after all. the moonshine that is still being sold is old stuff. Saturday morning April    28.    the great American army of youth will j    move into power. They will set up .’j    rules for one week and the control / will be known throughout the nation as National Boys' Week The City of Chester will be taken over by the boys at IO o'clock on the _________________•____morning of the first day. King* for a week, the    boys of - Photo by Price    Chester will show Hip older generation how to have one grand and glorious Horace Callahan, a member of the Prosp < I Park police department, is    ppp    school*, the churches and mown abr.' . i i,I: • ol his i oE'o lion ot pi • e r , 4 pm nl. I he insert the bov? organization' will    he    beechen Mis* ( amlin" Kin*, of Fifiy-firxt and Baltimore    avenue, Philadelphia,    hives of activity    for approximately wearing the helmet worn hv Mark VI Mien. of Die    ( he»ter police force    one hundred    and    seven?v-four hours when He wa* shot and killed bv Ubert Wc-t in 1902.    The mace is one that    To get the    youngsters tuned up for wa* used during the trollei strike in Philadelphia in    1895 and wa* broken    *he occasion    the    fir.*' round-up will during * conflict with some strikers.    'take    place at IO oclock Saturday' morning in the Stanley theater. John Mulhall and Thomas Magnin will "force the youngsters to enjoy four hours of pictures. Afterward the boys will be shipped intact to the Chester Armory. There they will take part in and witness an air pageant. ’Ihe amateur aviators of the city and vicinity will roll out their model aircraft arid vie for supremacy. Sunday will be "Boys' Day in Church.” The Ministers' Association of this city will have charge of an extensive program that will take in every church In the city. Each boy is requested to attend his own church I he Weather WASHINGTON , April 15— Weather forecast — Eastern Pennsylvania — Cloudy with occasion ti rain tonight and Wednesday. Cooler late tonight and Wednesday. Western Pennsylvania— Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday; probably occasional showers in south portion; cooler. Continued on Page Ten TOD A V S I EM PF KATI ERS 6 a,    rn.......57    ll    a    rn. 7 a    rn. ......57    Noon .. 8 a    rn ......38    I    p    m. 9 s    rn....... 58    2    p    rn. IO a    rn. MM« 60 «6 66 68 65 ► ;

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