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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best Newi of the Day 57TH 17577 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY APRIL 26 1933 AMITY REACHED 1SENATE NEARING ON WORLD ISSUES AS PARLEYS END VOTE ON BILL FOR MONEY INFLATION KELLSBORO JACKS OWNER RETURNS PRICED TWO CENTS Roosevelt and MacDonald j Final Drive May Force Ex Emphasize Agreement in Joint Communique Prime Minister Starts Starts Home Tonight Her riot Continues Talks pression of Sentiment by Nightfall Break Seen Between Sen Glass and President Over Measure WASHINGTON April WASHINGTON April President Roosevelt and Prime j The possibility of a break between Minister Ramsay MacDonald are President Roosevelt and Senator Car agreed that an international monetary ler Glass his prcinauguracion choice standard must be reestablished as for Secretary of the Treasury over soon as circumstances permit This was made known in a joint inflation today enlivened the final drive to force a vote on the Admin is statement issued at the end of their I trations huge inflation bill in ihe conversations today rnomen Senate by nightfall conducted in such a spirit of harmony j that the Prime Minister said greater j progress than expected had been made The conferences in tion for the World Economic Confer ence in June are being widened rapidly by Mr Roosevelt who con fers again with Edouard Herriot of France today Prime Minister R B Bennett of Canada also is participat ing Both Mr Roosevelt and Mr Mac Donald emphasized that no definite agreements had been reached These they said must await the world con ference in June Their talks on monetary issues were of vital interest however because of the fluctuations of the dollar and the pound sterling and British plans to increase their funds for controlling the pound President Roosevelt in continuing his conversations with Herriot will have plans for a consultative pact disarmament and money problems as the chief subjects under examination between them The RooseveltMac Donald statement said the necessity for an in crease in the general level of com modity prices was recognized as pri mary and fundamental recognized the need for a d currency e Senate committee Continued on Page Seven POLICE BE ENFORCED lar and since then has been strangely silent If he attacks the Presidents program it will enliven it will not change the result The Senate appeared ready and I willing to pass the huge inflation bill by a twcr to one vote Even the Democratic advocates of free silver favored Ihe bill although they were j unable to secure actual remonetii zation of silver The inflationary program would authorize the President to 1 Use the Federal Reserve system for putting in circula tion 2 Issue of United States notes as a means of inflating the currency 3 Accept in silver as partial payment of foreign debts the silver to be valued at not more than 50 cents an ounce and used as the basis for issuing currency 4Reduce the gold content of the dollar not to exceed 50 percent either to protect the United States against depreciated foreign currencies Continued on Pape Seven ALARMS CAPITAL Bringinghome the highest trophy in Mrs F Ambrose Clark owner of Kellsboro Jack win ner of he Grand National nl Aintree England isshown on her arrival in New York BURGLAR ALARM TRAPSINTRUDER Washington Youth Caught in Act of Ransacking EKvyn Service Station PINCHOT BRINGS SPORTS NEARER ON SUNDAY IN PA Signs S c h w a r t s Sports Measure Which Crum bles 1794 Blue Law Up to the People in Refer endum in Next Novem ber Election HARRISBURG April Schwartz Sunday sports bill signed by Gov Giflord Pinchot provides for the following Local referenda in November on the question of legalizing baseball and football between 2 and 6 p m on Sundays Issuance of licenses in munici palities in which the sports are legalized The license fees shall not exceed for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh for all other cities S5 for boroughs and SI for townships Licenses are not re quired for games to which no ad mission is charged Violators of the law may bc fined 510 or imprisoned five days in de fault of payment Referenda may be held not more than once every three years on the petition of at least 5 per cent of the highest number of votes cast for any municipal office at the preceding general or municipal election PA RELIEF BILL STRIKES A SNAG ON 8 MILLION TAX Schnader Ruling on Act 4Mill Bank Levy Attacked Assembly Moves to Nullify View Opinion Was Basis of Job Aid Bill HARRISBURG PR April General William Schna der stuck to his suns today in the face of severe attacks on his ruling that the state legislature jcntly or not had assessedan 000 tax on Pennsylvania banks i While Schnader insisted that the lawmakers had done that in passing the Einstein bill exempting individ uals from paying a fourmill tax on their interestbearing bank accounts moves were initiated to nullify his ruling and criticisms were made of its legality and practicability NEW NAVAL CHIEF SENATE READY TO VOTE ON McCLURE BEER BILL Made Special Order Business at 430 p After Conference of m Outlaws Bars and Pre scribes Graduated cense Fees in State Li William Hhrrisor Standley above has been named chief of naval operations to succccc basis of an Admiral William V Pratt who is re it f t When a cached to bell in his bedroom at a burglar alarm in his gasoline station and wayside market located on the Baltimore pike Ehvyn started to ring early this morning r red S Sinnolt arose hurriedly dressed and grabbing a shotgun ran HARRISBURG Pa April ancient Sun day blue laws today crumbled before and the State may Sunday afternoon baseball and football in sections where citizens vote for it Governor GlfTord Pinchot signed the Schwartz Sunday sports bill last night changing for the first time agreement to provide 545000000 of tiring because of are state funds for unemployment relief He held that the Einstein bill had merely transferred the tax from indi viduals to the banks themselves Senator James J Coyne Allegheny took the first step to nullify the ef fect of Schnader s decision Coyne introduced a bill in the state Senate which would exempt interestbearing bank accounts from all state taxa tion It is the intent of this act to ex empt from taxation all interestbear ing bank accounts in any bank bank ing institution savings institution and trust company for any purpose and by any government unit what to the building where he held Frank j the Puritan Sunday laws that have started today foiir being arrested by Patrolmen Winfree and Hard man in the Fifth ward Those arrested gave their names as Edward Gallagher 32 of the 700 block East Fourth street Frank Wil loner 24 Potter street near Seventh street Jake Kostif Maddox street Leipcrville and Charles Polosky 19 of the 700 block East Fourth street All are being held for questioning The sudden spurt of activity follows an edict by Mayor William Ward Jr and Chief of Police John Vance that unless patrolmen obey the order to pick up suspects and stragglers the order being issued two weeks ago they will have a lot of explaining to do and someone may lose a job All Suspicious Persons on i Veterans Friends To Ask Streets Early in MornRoosevelt to Halt ings Will Be Questioned Spreading Movement A stragglers and sus WASHINGTON Copy picious persons found on the streets right 1933Ojby International News Service Alarmed at elaborate preparations being carried on quietly for another bonus march on Wash ington May 12 friends of the bonus movement in Congress today closed they will appeal to President Roosevelt to halt the march j Reports of another bonus expedi tionary force were not taken serij ously until members of Congress learned that thousands of mimeo graphed letters were being sent to all parts of the country The movement it was disclosed is as well organized Kas was the first bonus march at its inception Unsuccessful efforts have been made in the pasr 24 hours by con Hibbetts 20 of Sixteenth street Washington D C who had broken into the building a prisoner until the arrival of a policeman Hibbetts who Media police say has given several aliases since his arrest was riding in an automobile with four companions to Washington where he said he was going to return to school When they reached the garage Hib betts it is said alighted broke into the building the act setting off the burglar alarm in Sinnotts bed room Hibbetts companions in the car at the sight of Sinnott running 1794 on the State statute books since The new law permits Sunday aft ernoon baseball and football in lo calities where the voters at the elec tions next fall ballot in favor of the sports In areas where the vote is unfavorable the blue laws will be invoked Pinchot said he signed the bill after long and most careful consid eration because he was convinced fhal the people can be trusted to decide the matter for themselves He said he was emphatically t towaids rtne garage with the shotgun posed to commercialization of the Sabbath but pointed out that in a he Xs entered the garage where found Hibbetts ransacking the place While he kept Hibbetts cov ered with the gun he telephoned the Media police station and Patrolman David Biggins responded and placed Hibbetks under arrest He took him to the borough police station where he is being held for questioning Con Unucd on Tape Seven ARRANGE TO ATTEND ANNUAL CONVENTION A representative of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce will the place to get something to cat PIan A man detected stealing two tur keys from a truck at Ninth and Engle streets last night dropped the birds when chased by two residents of the locality and made his escape Andrew Johnson 3030 West Ninth street and Frank Ewing Ninth and Engle streets were walking home when the thief dropped from the truck with two turkeys They chased the man but he soon outdistanced them The turkeys are now in the care of Johnson who hopes the truck driver may Icarn of their whereabouts and regain possession of them National Lnisci A fortnight ago the edict was is Sessional advocates of the bonus to sued Since then one straggler was the organisers to abandon arrested Chief Vance and Superin tcndent Deavenport inquired of offi cers why there were no more arrests as wanderers can be seen at all hours of the night and morning and robberies continue A private check on the movement of patrolmen is planned by officials who will make nightly tours of the city THIEF DROPS FOWL MAKES GETAWAY Chester bridge players will have an opportunity to participate in the International Bridge Olympic con ducted by Ely Culbertson and other famous players next Monday night Throughout the United States and Europe groups will play the same hands s laid out bv the bridge rncstcrs and mcdJs will be awarded The campaign is being carried on LfcaIv the games will b played by the Veterans Committee with Washington Its leaders are Edwin J Williams of the khaki shires and George Brady of the former B E F Reps Kvale of Minnesota a bonus advocate and Rep Wright Patman of Texas author of the cash payment of the bonus bill both urged abandonment of the plan The bonus invitation calls all veterans to Washington on May 12 The next day May 13 is described as National Conference Dav for or ganization On May 15 the organizers propose to have a parade with dis abled veterans leading it 3 Clib andswnei char headquarters in liy Vi hc the beneficiary The pro will be devoted to the Chester IN BASEBALL ROW CHICAGO April Charles Buddy Myer Washington second baseman Earl Whitehill Washington pitcher and Ben Chap man New York outfielder were in definitely suspended today by Presi dent William Harridge of the Amer ican League for fist fights yesterday during the YankeeSenator game at Washington Hospital May Market Players may make up their own tables or enter in pairs The committee in charge xvhich will register the entrants is com posed of Mrs Harry M Armitage Frank Hatton and Mrs William A Faison It is emphasized that per sons who believe their game to be weak have as good opportunity to secure a high score as those classi fied as experts It is hoped that some of the high honor accruing to a medal winner will come to Chester BAN IS ON CHRONIC DRUNKS Habitual defendants in police court will be faced with their record in the An interesting drill period featured j in an effon to banish chronic MARK WEEKLY DRILL Washington D C May 5 The speaker will be William D Mason general manager of the Marcus Hook plant of the Sun Oil Company Mr Mason who was chairman of the committee on city government during the dawn of this year when investigations were made into the conducting of city affairs will speak on Taxation and the Reduction of State County and Local Expendi tures He is a close student of local government and considered some what of an authority on the subject Mr Mason will be accompanied to he nations capital by William Crnemer secretarytreasurer of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Com pany who is a State Chamber of Commerce delegate to the national meeting PIKE KIWANIS CLUB WILL CELEBRATE the weekly training of Company C panhandlers who hcreto lllth Infantry held last evening in etook their arrcst as a jokr know Eighth the Chester Armory Sproul streets The training periods into three sections with instruction in cleaning and nomenclature of the rifle under First Lieutenant Neir T Phelps and riflle marksmanship and sighting and aiming under Second Lieutenant Henry L Peterson Both officers were assisted by Instructor anding that they would either be dis charged or given a short jail sen tence Chester Pike Kiwanis Club will observe its fifth anniversary with a banquet and entertainment tonight in Masonic Temple Prospect Park Two hundred and fifty persons are expected to attend the affair It was first planned to hold the celebration in GlenNor High school but the size of the affair caused a change to Masonic Temple In addi tion to the dinner there will be a stage play orchestra music and dancing Members their wives and sweethearts will attend DOLLAR GAINTS SHARPLY LONDON April dol rends a clause of the Coyne This act shall not be construed as rver bill Continued Seven W DEFENDANT CASE NONSUITED The sued Because they took the wrongin surance company into court two men Charles B Harper and John H Smith were forced to accept a judgment of nonsuit at the hands of Judge W Roger Fronefield at Media yesterday Harper a lumber merchant of Ridley Park was owed by one Ralph Police of Essing ton who also owed Smith an Essing ton bricklayer for a job two men Harper and Smith Police for the money but he was ap parently unable to pay In January 1932 Polices house was burned together with some fur niture and the insurance company settled for S500 which amount was immediately attached by Harper and Smith for settlement of their debt However instead of suing the Po tomac Insurance Company which wrote the fire loss they took to court the General Accident Fire and Life Insurance Corporation Limited This concern had not written the contract J Borton Wcclcs attorney for the General Accident Company success fully argued that his company was not responsible for either the loss or the money owed Harper and Smith J DeHaven Ledward repre sented the plaintiffs AUTO HITS TREE OCCUPANTS HURT The first to appear under the new ar sharply against the pound ruling was Thomas Linsky 34 homet ln todayopening at less who faced Magistrate Honan and cIosmS to S380 compared to yes today on a chare of an of charge of panhandling A record of his arrests showed he had been apprehended in this city 26 r times during the past 6 years most By Onited Press Sergeant James J Devinney and a tnc time 1or drunkenness and panI staff of the noncommissioned officers handling Magistrate Honan sen of the company xvho been grad tcnced him to serve 60 days in the uatsd from the regular school of rifle county prison with a warning that instruction of the National Guard his next appearance will automatic The drill was begun with a brief allv mean 90 days period of physical training performed Tr Y T1krrrr in a snappy manner by the entire ILLINOIS VOTES FOR Captain i AMENDMENT REPE 4L Peter S Kochan Period completed the drill average of 62 wassix degrees above delcsates to AT HAVRE GRACE Clover Porter Don Guzman Linda Ever Fair I ma member Dark strel Roustabout Abbot Race American Fair Judsre Oregon Fir Politcn Garlic Astrakhan Weather clear track fast AT TANFORAX Heads Up Weather clear track fast OCCASIONAL RAIN SPRINGFIELD III April 6 The Illinois State Senate to INFLATION PLAN Instructor at Swarthmore Gottegc Claims It Will Not Produce Prosperity Three men were injured early this morning when a small roadster in which they were riding careened into a tree at Providence avenue and Chestnut streets after a left front tire burst causing the driver to lose controlof the vehicle James Burns 30 37 West Eagle road Oakmont sustained lacerations of the head Bernard Hannan 32 33 Ralston avenue Oakmont fracture of the jaw and Walter Miller 240 Hastings street South Ardmore con tusions of the head All were taken to the Chester Hospital Hannan be ing admitted for observation after being given treatment The youths spent the evening in this city and were returning to their homes in the automobile which was being driven byJohn F Larkin 39 Ran kin avenue Upper Darby The injured were found in a dazed con dition by William Tyroll 2000 South Philadelphia who the hospital The small car was partially wrecked SLATED FOR POST WASHINGTON April 26UP The White House today was expected to transmit to the Senate the name of Nellie Tayloe Ross of as director of the mint Former Constables Ef forts to Escape Payment Blocked The county commissioners yester day refused to have any part in the remission of the fine and costs jm poscd on Samuel Scott former con stable of the First ward this city A petition requesting such action was presented to the commissioners under the insolvency net contend ing that Scoti unable to pay Scott still owes fines of and costs a He was convicted of conspiracy and misbe havior in office in Janunry 1031 was granted a new trial and again con victed Judge MacDade sentenced him to a minimum of two years and a maximum of three yeftrs The commissioners told Samuel L Smcdlcy chairman of the County Park Commission that arrange ments were being made to the old schoolhouse at the corner of Third and Olive streets in the rnar ol the courthouse Media 7his building stands on the tract bounded by Olive street Second street North avenue and Third street acquired by the county a couple of years ngo for a park Mr Smedley informed the com missioners they would like to pro ceed with the improvement of the tract during the summer One of the suggested improvements is to move the curb of North avenue nbpul ten feel to the cast providing in thehighway for pnrldng cnrs Decision was made to advertise for bids for 37 docket and index books Jor the ProthonoUryfy office andnlso for a supply of typewriting and stenographic paper No action was taken by the com missioners on the resignation of Robert K Hulmc tax collector of the borough of Upland until settlement has been made for 1932 taxes Mr Redfield street took them to A warning that present plans for in flation have dynamite in them and day voted favorably to hold a state i will not produce permanent oros FORECAST FOR A RF A i to of the sperity was sounded bv r JUKAKbA 18th Amendment The vote was 40 Herbert F Frazcr professor of Will Join Residents in Fight Against Reduction in School Expenses When residents of Upper Darby assemble en masse in the senior high Continued on Page Seven FAY WEBB SUED FOR NEW YORK April 26 suit for alleging allicnnUon of affections was filed against Fay Webb Vallec today Jiy attorneys for Kathleen Smythe who charges the wife of Rudy Vallce stole the love of Gary Leon who she says Is her com mon law husband She and Leon Kathleen says lived very happily together until Fay came along and worked her charms on Gary who finally Jeft Kathleen for Rudys wife This desertion she points out coincided with the sep aration of the croner and Pay who went to Santa Monica to take refuge with her father police chief of the city The climax to her troubles come on March 31 Kathleen says in her complaint when Gary a dancer was playing in a Bronx Theatre Pay Webb was with him that evening and the next day Rudy phoned to ebb senior and suggested that he come East home and take his daughter DIES SUDDENLY this evening to discuss a re tn 5 narr professor of duction in school expenses thev win aye too nay economics of Swarthmore College in u Occasional rain is with canciclates shall be i a forceful address before the Media m rKM the pupils copier temperatures in Eastern name Clubac Media attend to wn cjcpression school C superintendent of schools and maintenance of trans portation club activities and an ade quate teaching staff and defends Miss Alice Knoxs management of the school cafeteria Students said the petition would be read by Howard Lorraine debat ing team captain at the massmect Notified that her hasband was near death in the Philadelphia Gen eral Hospital last night Mrs Lee Eurk who lived with her daughter Mrs P J Buck 505 road Beverly Hills Upper Darby dropped dead as she reached her husbands bedside Burk was taken to the hospital several weeks ago after suffering a stroke of apoplexy He saw Ms wife carried from the room bydoctors and HARRISBURG April Sen ate today agreed to act finally on Senator John J McClures beer con trol bill this afternoon at 430 Decision wasreached after a half hour of recess conferences and spir ited debate on the floor Senator Henry L Snyder Lehigh Democrat withdrew un attempt to recommit the bill when his move met with stiff opposition SYiyder chargec that Senate leaders were rushing the legislation and criticized them lor inking hasty action on so importan a bill The lilll does not appear in the form discussed Jn the and Or der Committee at Its last meeting said the Lehlgh Senator Senator John J McCIure Dela ware county the sponsor countered with the charge that Snyder was at tempting to delay the control legis lation Snyder denied this but latei withdrew his motion and McCIure succeeded in having the bill marked as a special order of business Senate leaders believed they have sufficient votes Ip pass the measure and sent it to the House Only by breaking nil manner of precedents could the House pass It finally this week Meanwhile the House was ap parently prepared to act finally 01 the administration the beer bill which taxes Principal features of Senator Mc Clures bill are these Bars arc outlawed Beer cannot be sold lo minors mental defectives nor to anyone on Sundays Sale may be absolutely restricted in municipalities where a prohibition referendum is Continued on Tape Seven FATHER OF THEFT Retracts Original Story That Companion Aided in RobbingRectory Charles Lcwchuck 40 of Green street ncarMcJlvain street arrested Monday on suspicion of robbery A yesterday named by his son Tony 10 as the person who robbed the rectory of St Michaels Church early in Feb ruary The boy nnd a companion Pau Bell 15 oC Green street near Caidwcll street were arrested Monday after noon and when questioned about neighborhood robberies the Lewchuck boy admitted the theft of from the church rectory and implicatcc young Bell stating he was the one who broke a window and entered Yesterday the boy changed his story and said the window was broken by his father He said the latter learned from a girl boarder in his home that a large collection for the purchase of coal had been taken up in St Mi chaels Church nnd presuming the cash would still be in the rectory on Sunday night decided to burglarise the place Detective Captain Fccncy warned the boy that his statement would probably send his father to jail for a long imc but Tony wouldnt change his story and signed a con fession in effect that It was his father who stole the money The parent still denies that he took the money but he is being held for questioning and a further hearing Both boys arc now in the House of Detention RABBI ROLLED IN RUG ESCAPES GERMANY PRAGUE Czechoslovakia April 26 Plow he outwitted Nazis in Berlin and escaped from Germany by roll ing himself Jn a rug was told today by Rabbi Jonaj Fracnkel on his ar rival here Rabbi Fraenkcl said Nazi storm troops had Invaded his Berlin home nnrl had robbed him of 2000 marks about afterbeating him He feared thereafter to leave his house he added but finally rolled himself in a carpet and had friends cart him acrcss town They eventu ally got him aboard a train for Prague Rabbi Fraenkel who is 70 years old formerly was active in New York religious circles nurses and was only a nervous told that collapse it was At an early hour this morning he was still calling for her normal for the date and eight degrees above the average April 25 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 91 established in 1915 and mini mum 33 in 1888 Sunrise today was at 507 a m and sunset will be at S50 p m Eastern Standard time SHIRT WORKERS STRIKE INS Workers were on strike in three shirt Rotary Club of Media were guests There was no need for America go ing off the gold standard in the opinion of Professor Frazer who said We have enough gold in the United factories today as a result of the ccn states to support a price level twice eral walkout tin what we now have eral walkout called by the amalsaf mated in ited clothing workers of America wac forced to leave the gold standard protest to sweatshoo condition i but no other nation in historv ever U Sv TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April UP Tho Treasury net balance for April 24 war j that day were 516 through were jsweatshop conditions WANT CAPONE FREED NEW ORLEANS April UP Attorneys i abandoned the gold standard under the conditions that we did last week he declared There has been entirely too much Umism in the newspapers in recent J7659 dientfrOm Atlanta Fprloral OtHcnn I from Atlanta Federal ing Robert Davis senior class treas urer in the high school claimed full responsibility for the idea of the petition denying that it had been suggested by any faculty member and said that the letter was drawn up by himself and his brother Henry By UNITED PRESS BRAZILS PRESIDENT IS BADLY INJURED RIO DE JANEIRO April Getulio Vargas was critically injured in an automobile accident last night a government communique revealed today His wife was seriously hurt Both of Vargas legs were broken FORMER CHESTER BANKER IS FREE ON BAIL W Nelson Truax Arrested on Warrant Charging Embezzlement Stock Juggling Basis for Arrest Losses Covered by Bond W Nelson Truax former banker of this city who was arrested yesterday afternoon on charges of embezzle ment fraudulent conversion and making false entries was free today under bail set by Magistrate A C W Mathues at Media before whom he was formally arraigned for a further hearing tomorrow after noon BaiJ was furnished fay E C Burton of this city The arrest of Truax was made yes terday afternoon by County Detective Rae Kaplan xvho served a warrant sworn out by William J McCuen ex aminer for the State Department of Banking Truax who Is 52 and lives with his family at 34 East Twentythird street this city is charged with manipulat ing stock transactions while in the employ of the ChesterCambridge Bank and Trust Company Until about two months ago Truax was secretary and assistant treasurer of the bank Assistant District Attorney WUliam Toal said today thab the losses caused by the former bankers alleged manipulations will not exceed 5rToaI emphasized that no part of the loss will be suffered by the bank as it is fully covered by a bond No one else is implicated in any way with the charges against Truax Mr Toal added It is alleged that Truax would pur chase stock in the name of the bank and also under assumed names If a profit was made Truax would pocket it In many of the transactions it Is alleged there was a loss which was Barged to ihe bank In some he took the loss himself it is alleged It Continued on Page Seven THIEVES OPERATE INSTOTHMORE 8 Homes Entered Yester day Only Small Amount of Loot Obtained Thleyes descended on Swarthmore yesterday andcommitted a series ol eight robberies In each case the method of enfcry was the same that of raising a side window on the first floor through which the in truders climbed after removing their shoes in order to avert detection From the losses reported by the victims the chief search was for money and wearing apparel The homes entered and loot taken were as follows L A Yerkes 326 Cornell avenue amount of change SL MtHolyoke place light overcoat and 75 cents in change Dr Karl Rennlng 410 Park AEroicssor at Swarthmora College Gray 403 Mich igan avenue 51 in change Peter E Told 328 Park avenue three hand bags one belonging to Airs Turner another to Mrs Turners daughter Barbara and to Mrs Told The handbag of Mrs Turner con tained and that of her daughter palr of eye Bosses At the home of B I Mather 250 Haverford avenue a small amount Continued on Pajre Seven sof Times We havent heard any confidential reports about how Premier Mac Donald and P D R are getting alontr but with Mr Herriot we presume ha can be depended on to be quite franc Twothirds of the human body is water says a medicinal report After the dinner the other night Charlie Boyle contradicted this statement But even if it is mostly water one or these days we expect some smarc fellow to come along have it incor porated and sell stock Magistrate Mike Honan spoke about a womans wash at a rfinnpr fie night subject at a dinner the sr Mike always picks a clean matter what they say about this aayiight saving there are many fel ows who will still refuse to abandon heir midnight hours Tlie popular for men this sea son will be green Long green has Always been a popular one with all of More men are paying attention to gardens this year than they have for more than a decade a writer points rtut We presume he means beer ardens SENATE Continues deflation debate Foreign Relations Committee dis cusses arms embargoresolution Banking Committee considers securities regulation bill HOUSE Votes on St Lawrence Waterway Power Rights Resolution considers home mortgage relief bill Labor Committee hears President Green of American Federation of Labor on fiveday week bill Commerce SubCommittee meets on securities regulation bill Military Affairs Committee con siders national defcnsc program Pojstofflce Committee mail hearings resumes air embankment smashing the auto mobile in which Vargas and his family were riding Mrs Vargas leg was broken Captain Alfredo Pestana his adjutant was killed government bulletin said Var gas would recover Superintendent of Police Deaven port says 40 per cent of the crima committed in this country is by men less than 25 Now what becomes of the dangerous age of 40 Constable Ed Farmer of the Elev enth ward hasnt made an arrest in many moons Many of his friends agree that what he needs is arest 3 DEAD IN TEXAS HAIL STORM WAKE DALLAS Tex April Three persons were dead today in the wake of a hail storm that destroyed property estimated at here yesterday Police found the bodies of Miss Sybil Compton 30 Mrs Clara Cam bridge 20 and Miss Alice Berry 45 in flood waters and debris left in the xvake of the storm In addition three others were reported missing in East Dallas and heavy loss of life may be recorded among the squatters who Jive in the Trinity River bottoms The Weather WASHINGTON April Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Thursday cooler in east and south portion tonight with lijrht to heavy frost Western Pennsylvania fair and continued cool tonight and Thursday heavy frost toniffht TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 50 ll a 7 a m 56 Noon 56 8 a m55 1 p m56 9 a m52 2 p m56 10 a m
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