Chester Times, April 27, 1933

Chester Times

April 27, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID ( IRC ELATION FOR [ u I I \ k ion"! .IS. EN DIN Ci DECEMBER ti, 19*2 20,328 ONAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 17TH VEAR—NO. 17.578. Daily iea-ert " ct Re newt* of United PrfM and International New* Service INS' UPI ( HESTER, PA., THI RSDAV. \PRll lo TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT AIMS INFLATION BILL AT TARIFF SHIFT REVISED TO CI T I I. S.. CANADA HERT PAYMENTS A MIGHTY FOURSOME IN WORLD AFFAIRS SOVIET Aiel SLS PA. REER CONTROL President Discusses Prop©- Nears Passaic in Srnale sition With Prime Min- With ( han^e Awaiting Mer Kennett    Roosevelt Approval French Debt Vspects Due Administration Breaks for Another Parley With Plan for Cash Payment Herrioi    to Veterans WASHINGTON April 27— TP WASHINGTON Apr I 27--? With Britain and France firmly r n- Th* administration bro Re ihf r for economic < in Congree to*J v bu’ listed in th* natl itself in bi?’*: contes? o prote< cover.'*, President Boose vc it. toe (V gold rio’.;,"' revaluation clau ** < n irched ahead in •-I ncn territory in inflation bill hi? quest tnt- intr I national action • o A? Senator Recd K ' pit. P hr ii tile ailing world. President Roosevelt rf nnointc discussions opened his -"id I with Prime nirasure. : ifvf o in i Sir administration ;hr Houk bonus bloc in Minister Bennett, of Canada effect surrendered to administration opposition to encumbei mg Inflation with an immediate cash pat men? of $2,225,000,000 to war veterans Rep, Pitman <D >. of Texas, ie: ier of the House bonus bloc and auth r of ?lir bonus bill which pissed the House last Arar speaking would Issue a na lion-wide lineal to ex-sen icemen to join the threatened new bonus march on Washington, Senate leaders pressed ?f,w *rd a vote trxGv on the inflation plan with 'I lie two conferred alone, after a brief conference attended bv the two executives and William Duncan Her-ridge, Canadian mini rn, Secretary of State Hull and Assistant Secretary of st ne Muley. Tariff adjustments anti otbet means of Increasing Canadian-American group said the plan for a Demo* irade to the benefit of both countries eratir caucus Monday to seek to hind were important on the schedule for the party to favor immediate bonus I his talk Plans for bettering the legislation has been droppol price of the great output of wheat It was said that*" ■*“" and silver from Canadian and American ? urns and mines also were slated for consideration Offers of war d< bt devision, a consultative pact to help preserve peace in exchange for real arms reduction and sealing down of tariffs now stand limitation of debate rn effect. out a5 the ma jor Amel iran rnntnbu- Reed accompanied his defense of lions to the cause of world recovery the gold dollar with a proposal to developed in the European phase of strike also from the lull the prrmt;-the conferences    sue free silver coinage section voted French aspects of the debt and dis- in late yesterday Administration armament issues were due for furthn lines admittedly are weakest in de-discussion this afternoon in Mr lense of the gold dollar revaluation. Roosevelts final conference with for- but Democratic leaders believe the mer Premier Hcrrlot, who leaves to- Republican onslaught could be morrow    stopped The President soon will ask Con- Administration approval of a plan girns for authority to take definite to extend a possible maximum 30 per action on the debts While the na- cent. war debt induction to foreign tore of his proposals remains un- nations by accepting silver from ad known, it is likely that a temjxirary of them lot sums due I his year hid arrangement will be made on the pav- not bern formally given at mid-day mrnts duo ,Jun> IS. The World Keo- But administration advisers that nomic Conference, where a permanent sponsor the plan aid as the Senate adjustment is expected to be worked met that they were confident it would our will lie just starting at that time br acceptable to President Roo*'"^lf Talk of a general moratorium on Senator Byrnes, Dem . © Cu ■>cistyed iii forward the war debt silvet ecu.alive.'’’ men? which would permit ac been to of approximately $339,000000 from h debtor foreign nations this veal A similar he might silver pro\ isioi tire adv to extend in the bill would authorize issue of Ii wa* con- JUDGE UNDER FIR! FOR JAPAN OF PLOT freeing, negro BILL IS PASSED IN RAIL DISPUTE ..   I    IN SENATE. 35 TO 8 Nom Alinit’ Yrisc* Over Line I hat <Hts Through Heart of Manchuria Tokio Mines T housands of T roops to Border; Rt*-port Peace \\ itll China Mi »S< ONN \ IMS 2" up- .I alan im I xvi lira i; M her e centi Hov ie . ! , III nan fearfi ii UH I ,, a clime x arian di pm (cl cr I bcd Japan? tis in Pastern oops vv i re being tu.v4.ui si<if of tier I oreigti o Iii* tense situat: t med < on filet dispatches iron Mc( lure Measure Suddenly < tiled I p, Out of Order; Opposition Melts Drafted rn Favored hy Pinehof; County Treasurers (.ixG Licenses IR ISR nut 27 Un — . i.-mgiy today control I Ill'S ii Mi An Here arc tour imposing figures in world affairs, po Mired as thcv r\i hanger! friendlv s»» t*n«s before at lending; a lonchenn given in the national « a pit a1 h' TerHarx of ''tat c I * r #lr 11 Hull I tic >ri«. >rv i enter’ is shaking hand' witti Edouard Herrin!, former French prrm**r as Premier Ranis.>v MacDonald ii 4»r» ti Britain left' and Prime Minister Richard Bennett, of I amids, look on traffic on ti pet Soviet lr. ie n seize < ontpl {finals in Hath itlf <i So: I 111 Tis i nilitary anthol fen obi,lining i the dlspatcih involved svn?( c h the railroad ii us eastern a highly sp P* ‘h" .I nne is pay met official circles as The President's deal separately Hence, it was pi ask Congress fox payment.s from nations he vineed could not pay. Meantime. » proposal wa* pending in the Senate tor acceptance in silver of all the $339,000,000 deb; payments due this ve*r. This would tv* equiva- i«h} (mendel am - SUPERIOR COURT RULES ON POWERS Set Hearing of Vppeal of Chester Man Convicted of Forcer} The Superior ( ’he week of July a hearing on th* FAMOUS COACH HERE r ( nntmued on Page "tvtrfn FLAMES ll A.MAGE 2 WEST END HOMES Continued un Page Sixteen DELINQUENT TAX Two houses in the 600 block I .tree!, were damaged bv firr ab lilting water when flame.* F Du rn us WI I I DF’ f’fkl I Pf'Tl’ll in unable c fr * tive ti < bi YY 11*1* Iii*. I t rl*l*l.v I r.l f n thf p,mlUon between the i •—.....—    in ga a? noon torta?, taken bv the The fire started between the r Monday nigh?, and 'tie roof of one house N* concn- tenanted bv Mis Marv Friend Following school dire concerning trated effor ae* ion irs on dr i t. ion im a ' nut I w e ii - 612. lie nam* ‘ G 1 na ? B name ’i* ti.- pr i ommi ii of na mf tnt inn I i ha I god < *' Mf „........   At    th be made to increase the    it was    but    a short    time before the    Jannaiy income of the school district by the    flames    had    crepi between the    parti-    ririphia collection of taxes due or by a low non of the next house, enveloping thf railed to the a on rent, wage* or personal property roof    MMant District < where payment was no? forthcoming The water of Mrs Friends homo Krait .lr. and and where the person owing could not I has been shut off for some tun? and comparing eight supply the directors with a satis- members of responding fife C0,lJ' r‘ff writing wit! factory excuse some of the plans    panics    said    that the    heavy loss    could    the questioned    petitions, thai.    in    his designed to enable the collections to    have been    averted    had ware*    been    belief, Powers    wittings    were    the ie as the disputed signature; nk Du mis, of 514 West Front DEBT PAYMENTS EXPECTED JUNE 15 Regular In^t slment* Not M ai't il, \\ bile House Statement Sa vs I onlinned on Page Sixteen (OI NM RESIDENTS QI IT STATE JOHS lur in a ll ii nous in par men!, Tiioa luted aa vo were not in I residents ■ ihr State F 1 buri , ret led * mpiovi ITH fits It! I * ?rom thin tint ai v rest ■Jutted ii, { vere included eraonuei Ii j-*»ved today, a of the vitiate gov e i n-vie nf? y w i re ma nom aud ie dismissal* *i K inl/.at ion.* I cdrrsi Judge .lames I limed I abox > >. of Boston, 'lavs, be rame the ta (get tot atta k in t nngnss when hr freed a x i sri!. («eoi i*,e t raw lord, want'd in 'n cima on murder « ha I ii • s bold In t. thai Negroes do not " n on lunes hi \ u ,tni:i and that an' rom n loin tibia ta?* against the suspect would he reversed bx the t J* 'n ti pf r me t Hurt EPPER DABBY SCHOOL MILLAGE IS LESSENED Rcfliit I Min ul Seven Mills V n noun eed at Mass Meet nm ( Hester \ttorncv Refused I'crmission to Speak Cor la\pa> ers [cadlock' OplVSNl punty, < i>*' . . Norton, Prince Reed. Scott and fed against the bill which • the senate for 12 hour* ion suddenly melted when John J, McClure, Delaware died up his bill out of order, is bi lei. j he bill then went VV \ i (IN TP : 14 at the r» ai Ms of with o nu. • trial ll J ha ne .. rd of writing the on 61 of the prfi-n October lo the .mg that number *n from ’he regis-i city Hi was also GLENN WASNER NOTED FOOTBALL COACH IS GUEST mg t bar petition? inch wa* held on Mcichoir. a P.nirt-; i Cig > sp* I *, was it ness Maud by A>-Sttornc.v William C he to tided after    t    ,    ,,,    .    , jieeimcns of Pow- Glenn ‘Pop W arner Speaks i the ;ignature* on Street, deeli !rn thr na; th- pet it mr anyone fixe 'd 11 n< to tat h*- had not writ-Damis" on anv of had he authorized ign his name. He be made have been placed in effect available for use bv the    householder* The pupil* of th* ©medley Junior until the arrival of ?h^ fire    fighter High School print shop has marie    As it was. only the rapidity w/h form lepers, which are being mailed    which apamtus crews worked and out bv the hundreds to dhnquent    the number of streams played on the taxpayers informing tliem of the    blaze eaved the row of house; from action of the board to levy if pay-    being destroyed, rrmnts are not forthcoming bv May I    The house, No 614. 'TnMIj ' The form letters are in regard! to    Mrs. Florence Taylor suffered Iv a\ \ 1931 and 1932 taxes Another feature ; loss by smoke and w ater Mrs I a vos the plan of the campaign us to 1 lor said that ber home    and    furnish-    »,A4iU1MrtTr,v have letters advising of the needs . mg." were not insured    WASHINGTON.    Apili    ..    UP) of th; school district printed for the    The alarm was sen* sn from    Box Secretary of War Dem today aphelion? of the parents of the pupils    321. located a’ Seventh street and    proved    selection    of    an    additional    35, who may owe taxes and who it is    Central avenue, by a passing motor-    ((0fl    un(,mptoypd mPn    {or    civlUjin    co„. believed, will make spenal effort to *6t.    nervation corp* enli (ments Previously at Banquet Tendered Rich School Athletes Glenn S ’Pop Warner lerngmr'd as one of the greatest football coaches of all time, told his audience a? the annual banquet tendered t ontinued on Page''Ixteen members of Che<ur TO ENROLL "ORI JOBLESS pay if they realize that non-eollre-jionz may result in impairment of the programs and effinency of the school district, which is now of high standing among second class districts in the state Teachers who were requested some OOO men had been em oiled GARAGE IN MARCI S hook is «i nj.™ praise McClure ON SPORTS BIEL Fire of undetermined or.gin shortly after 8 o'clock thi' me.rntng yime ago to present tax    receipts    af    destro)ed a one-storv    concrete    and the offices of ’he district    secretary    in    framr garage owned    by Edward tile Larkin Building prior to Mav    I    Hanahan, on Marshall    avenue    near    ('»•;#:*,w    fhanas have responded with a v    ill and thaf    Tenth street. Marcus Hook    •im.'*    ' His ii a* bool football and baskeibal! teams last nigh! that <hr Indian boys were easier to roach than the white boys " Tile affa ii was In :d in the srhooi eronornu r cafeteria    at    highth ,    and    Fulton    gotiations streets.    jut ions    win This sia’itu ut h ,.(d on years of experience with thousand; of young men from    coast to coast was    made clearer bv    the famous coach.    Ihr powers of    observation are    more acute among the Indians 7 hey learn more quickly end air keener in per- jp'eir cl feeling them elves," he said    non. Warmr believes that thr- heritage of the Indian had a great d'-ai to do with their    remarkable grasp of sports ..... j * a' Le;    Fe    f'nturir    Thr    Indians Vt tit lido have beer,    c.* ■ contacted    ■> i’h of thf1 rlfbtN ^ItUdBOfi t un when Mr Roosevelt, with th* <• '-operation of Britain and Fi dice a SU rid pre Mfd ttonal action against ? I rot interna-he depression He talked again tads; with Prim* Minister R B Benne? I, of cuiada, and iau r will nice' agal 11 with Ioi mer Premier hduard Herru »t. os Franc* Si mu It aneously, th* stat* U* pal t- ment iud it a'* d tin*? th» United Sin*CS Would n* pupa r* rf ’n .sign a tariff truce tor the dtj nation "1 th*’ ft ii f'k ll J r# * 111 f% rn economic nif]I i t r i M f it pc)Nf*(i aiid agreed to bv t (IJT VV * * |JI IP* f* h* i power; Auh* ugh debt prob if m has been discussed at th* Inter national F,cn- 'iomic Conli mice In ; e tia White House iterated tha* n o agreement; have beet) reached In i other words. Presider.' Room*'!’ i, holding his a**1 in the hole until lam in the came The While House a ic 1 it WU pons)- bl* that th* President would »• nd tit Congree rt elution! ; ?mg authority to deal '«;th war dab! \ aud tariffs. This would be done in advance of the e to departmental rr hi other causes not voluntary lr* :a Alban' cf 1 his (,    •.«    uh    ,i ary of $1200 hihi Anne I iwton, c on of Media v»;ih a salary of $1200 wire that among th* voluntary iregnal ions, ■ !)<“r; wIn* Ii also included Major General a hug William t» Price, Jt . retired <*om-mander of the Pennsylvania National bai.e Guard and a resident of tin,* city. The that rr port included General Price in offi-•d to cia! recording of his reiirrnienf due fhe to age. which took plare early in suits March Iii' vol un (airy resignations ce. from the entire state in all depart -eon- mentj numtyrrd Ii while (hoe*' in-i be eluded in the dismissal* totaled 37 WOODIN DEMES HE WILL BESION j t >! ti I pp* i im 11 by 7 (St mg ton in It I ill 11 It fits of I rat in in effect! meet mg VCI * As-to "if* un "’I trl'e.H, hen more tim ftfthip h School ippla tided Uitid for a seven reduction in* t.txilayers S, that the boa ( 11nm 23 mil through tm der, amunam p En-; n <!* maud- f'duce the s* bool 0 Ti ni’lls. and in* > ting! to rn- . •: -,tr;.! . the pu .lent. Fleas 1 th >f they had <i the lax from 23 mil to 17 fit A* festu tilt « h wa WA.SH1NGTON April 27 UP. big. Report* Circulated in Washington Dart and financial circles of th** country pick. to the effect that Secretary of Tira ury Woodiu was about, to reign were denied today in the highest adonin: ’ * a I ion quai ter* I? was aid ilia! W'nod in wits hay* upper -i hooks S* lino! "Ii ii by Hic aitendati loup of ■ I if!» nt*v of t High and Junior Ifig picketing "ii behalf of th board, i very effort Of til taxpayers* representatives to addn s the gath-ering wa* honed, will Ie tin explanation of Mi Snvder president of the school board, regarding the proposed lh*’ lune of his lit**' and that budlet was applauded fart he; t thing in if* IRIlMtlOn wa:    *    Ii* from lits I bought* Woodiu did not enter th** economy discussions between President floov- fat ion facih v* j* and officials of foreign governments It was explained that the reason for this w o a severe attack i>t laryngitis which ha Woodin to he. hotel since la ? Fri d.fV He was reported today to be greatly improved in health III BC»VI IIN IGM K I OU N "We have cut the t ix ovn 7 mills,” Mi Binder * [dallied "and in dosug so, we have curtailed the tramper-md closed several ut our phi '.ground It* .* tofore, a I school children could ride 1*» school, but under our new budget til* stir-confined i dents must In* over I 4 miles from the school th* v anend they are entitled to ti an* imitation The Primos School which Is attended bv -ii. child!en will be closed and th* student,* plated in snoilier school four miles distant We have pared j lh* bill, draped on lines favored by Governor Pu ic I int. provided that, county trca. urej s is.*,ne retail licenses alcohol permit ixia rd. brewing permits I 'co ria; • nf ret«11 pei nut « ere | pT'fiioMa One r-vuen to “difttribu• 01 W. , d p. mn only r- put «blf» persons to eel! uon-niioxicatmg bev-eragM f<»r consumpt hmt of! the prest-I ne I'lie **!liei given to ’ retailers * allowed hoi el.* clubs and bi'n» fide cating place* to serve 12 he*>i* st , I abies 01 lunch bar* Such licensed plaf*’ *n list have a floor r pa ce of si j. i.n 300 squire feet and arcnmmods,* lions for 40 perscms st tables Fee* ar* bs ed on jKipulstion wnh ! hoxe TOI distributors graded from vt in to $! 'b sud tnt* retailers from $.i0 to $390 Mandatory provisions n u it" 11 * 'Mirers lo give hren,-,es to»flcd I'*1". >uh Appeals to lh-court an 1 term tiled, floral option is pro'ided Ben George Reed, Dauphin, at-i,n Red th** measure as giving county lie » iller; i*hi much authority the blief (I* hate n,t> closed by Sen McClure who asked tis adon-? iou Hic roll (all was ag follows: For paw.agt 3,r) Armstrong Aron. Bah helor, Bauinee, p. H Bt unett Chapman. Clark] C»vn» Ka Iv h Frazier (.elder, (ii«ff, Harris, Harvey, Homsher, 4 . otjnued on Page Sixteen GIRHON, >N VOY TO BR AFU, WASHINGTON, April 27 (t*P»— President R<aisc\(.]t wag understood todsv to have chosen Hugh S. Gibson, as Ambassador to Brazil, Gibson, now is Ambassador to Belgium A    I    UK    RU    FIVERS WILMINGTON. Del, April 27* (INS1 Appointment of receivers for the Henry Field Com pain of Shenandoah Iowa was asked in a bill of complaint on flip in Chancery Court here today bv* the Pacific Lumbel Com pa ii > of Chicago. 11 \i ll* R a SI K IDI: CHICAGO April 27 1 JNS' Paul K< hneider 44 an unpaid Chicago school teacher, died a suicide at his horde on the South Side this morning TAYLORVILLE, IU. April 27 GJP*, _    , .    „    ... Two * Cl line bomb explosions today j    to    th*    bone In effecting ibis ’\f' rin krri *hi* coal mine < omnium?v and lied IWO hi m» in 1 HG MAY.•'VI! I F Claiborne I ox farmer and hi the lox 53 7    < UP 1 ret im d Emma *icab in it thiet par? of the tax campaign has proved satisfactory. INDICTED IN THREAT ON L. J. ROSENWALD A cable of the Bell Telephone Company attached to th? building was damaged by the fire to such an * xtent that telephone service in the borough was interrupted The Vis- When Hi^ Yet ion Is Understood ( ontmued on Page '-ixtern I H, IHI AI It! H VI \\( I WASHINGTON April 27- INS 7 reg. ury ba la we as of April 26 $293 -126.625.09:    expenditure?    $12,899,- 143 74, custom., ref'ipt    $14 062,- 360 31. rase company’s plant was among the HARRISBURG. April 2* -(.recur telephone subscribers affected    ,n:.    h*'iRi saved the Sunday Sports The fire was extinguished bv ’hr blU fr°tn defea* bv a wise and cou ■Credit Charles R Well, 29. was indicted .. bv th* Philadelphia County Grand Marcus Hook Fire Company Jury today on chaises of attempting I Borage was unoccupied. to extort S!W) OOO from Leasing J Hohenwald under threat of "ruthless. cruel and vinous death ’ Two indictments were returned a!’c'- testimony had bern given bv Racenwald. chairman of the board of CAR WRECKED; BU E SKY’’ BILL REPORTED OFT rageous move was given Delaware county's Senator John J McClure on Tuesday night bv the sponsor of I ?he mea’-ure Representative l^juts Schwartz, of Philadelphia Representative Schwartz’ s’ate-mcnt was made just following ihe stfning of th*- baseball bill on Turs-day night and referred to Senator DIKE HIW ANIS CLUB BIRTHDAY renter of labor warfare and wrecked the home and garage of Pre idenfc Jack Stanley of the Progressive Miners* Union Local. No one was in. jured SENIOR HI V CLUB TO HAVE CHARGE Will ( undue! Religious Programs During the Boys’ Week Observance Employe (if Times \ irtim Excellent Program Marks of Collision at F ifth and h; Kerlin Streets J , WASHINGTON. April 27    *UP»—    < Scars, Roebuck <v Companv and na-    Roosevelt    'Blue    Sky    bill    des-    McClure’s vote a ga ins* the measure Curtis F Heyburn, 2031 Madison * Five veal Bonally    known    philanthropist One    icnfd to protect the investing public    upon it*    initial consideration on final    .street, a member of the advertising    moting Kiv charged    at tempted    extortion    and the    ^ fradulent or unsound sec un-    passage    bv the Senate,    staff of the ClHWttr Times, had a    boroughs ties issue? was ordered reported today    Govr-mor Pincho’ upon signing the    remarkable esrape from serious in-    Chester pi- bv the Sena’e Banking Committee,    measure    aho made a statement in    Jury early last, when his    niversan * The bill now goes to the ©enate for    automobile was s*rurk broadside and    Pike Kl A am;    Ck debate.    ,    Continued on Page sixteen    overt med at Fifth and Kerlin    Mason;* J■    p  .............................. r.._' streets    ‘the    large*?,    audit* other threats to kill. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bx United Pres*) The religious Md* of a boy1' Iii** a , ell as the physical Kide, will be i yen consider*'mn during the local J rf I Vance fit "Boys Week Bons of the (senior Hi-Y Club will I iv* an active part in religious .*■.*•: • - li ., .    .    —*s    on tilt evening of April 30. when •’ Anniversary ( plehraiion h<v win tak* emin *iuuv of ie*-*, at the Middletown P -bv?* tan Char* h, where Phillip Rndgers will aet aa chairman of the servic* The program for the ser\i*< will bt a; follows Scripture r* »< kirt'mt? Jr>hn Spalding; prayer b’ r,‘    R?-r*?h Three shor* ie**!,* given by boys of the rlub ai at Prospect Park ( out inned on Page Mx?* en FINAL SHOWDOWN ON 11 RN EH ML ASI RE HARR! BI RO April 27 * INS* - ! A final ".turndown on the Turn*! bill I House No. ?21. t: d an accompanying 1 defi of Gov. (iiffro ri Pmdiot was pi* aged today the measure was I rejxorted out of Senate committee, 7 he bill la scheduled t*»r final consideration Monday night Amend-! ments have bel n made :.Tnce it passed th* Hour-* by bare majority. Th" Turner measun provide* for ! .alary reductions and the transfer *>! various governmental functions by which Republican organization lead-ii,: luip*’ to effect savings of approxi- i mate!? (Jhief a mo ng iii* amendments made ! b; he Serrate wa; the deletion of > ions for an executive board that I 'trip ihe (I tvcrnor of consider-<xeru*lve power. ( i/!or*i Pine hot ii r< pettedly I cd the bill, giving i trong in-j on iliat he will veto it. Congress Today (Bt t wiTan muss) HEV \TF.: Continues mflation debate Banking Committee meet* to report Blue Bk y" bill. Judiciary Committee considers nomination of James C Biggs a* Bo fie it or Genera! HOI nE; roii'ideii H-ime Mortgage Relief bin l abor Committer «onlutues hearings on 30-hour week bill Military Committee considers nations) defense bills. Commerce ©ub-cotnmittee meet* on Securities Protection bill. I opicsof Times YI SIRIAS ( (IMM I Mn IS HELD pro- arious ma Jam w* an an-Che.x'^r Chester Boy    W Honors as Violinist mare.eo ny ira?ion bv the lax? night at. Prosy,i - • Park auditorium obtainable was if the affair which wax lea. . n VIENNA, Austria Ap Poll >* arr# ted the nit personnel o! the Comr an*s other prominent persons on a charge of plotting M *• ( nntinued on Page sixteen r! cirri*-j -GIP) cut ive party today Dav Barney Stewart the big mall ca em tin hi decided to Ie.ive hts rubber* a? horn* After months of training he decided it prnUv hard lo cover a fellow !*•?, no matter how hard you try. A croup * long the Che-ter pike ha vc organized the "Anti-Cussing Club ‘ I’ roc: without saying that i they aren’t golfers. A dud a ne.-, fed here for stealing, blo me* hi* father for his predicament. A child arrested for such should blame both parents, we say, Three men were injured hen an au’o hi* a tree here yesterday morning The drher should claim it * as parked on the wrong side of the street. AT H WBC DE GR \( F. I—Old South, Retimes, Doeskin. Dona Dulcin, Par Value    __    _____ J—Eternal Maid. Ear lid, Periodical, Sir (arle;. Dark Mist. Fiddler.    I ,rr\ B Teda ;o. an indergrad- The honor paul o I. ■; ry Tedc.v o 3—Jane Ellen. Below C ost. suspicious,    uate student a’ Penn B’hm known    was due ?o I^    nu?    tanning achieve- Cordoba. Glren Club, Blue Darter,    throughou’ the Ba?tern United States    pent? in til*-*? . *    world durin* hi 4—Risneur. Yet)'. Decanter, squeaky,    as one of the outstanding violinist; in    ’ are : a’ Penn    S’a’    hi* record there sacred and classical music, was has?    ha?mg placed    him    among the forc- to the participants in the recent high most college musician. Heyburn e.S(ap* d With deep la* era- the lions of the wrists and a wrenched lured bv an attrn ba ck and is now under the care of >0i-.s including •*., <• n his family physician. His automo- sweethearts of club rn bile was practically demolished    was marked bv a harem Witnesses to the accident told po- ( lass en’* rmiim/mt, .ti w lice Heyburn was traveling east on concert by th* F.l’h street and when midway Military Acadcr e of 250 pernio th*r-. and in* mb* rs and nd high a band Their Fight for Economy (bain. fife. 5— None I 6—Gramarye, Sroleh 'soldier. Last Bid. 7—Mischief 'liker. Doubtless. "father, clear; track fast, AT TANTO! 'N 1— None). • 2—•< None!. 3— None I. 4— None I. 5—i None). 6—Rouge Knight. 7— None). 8— None'. Weather, clear; track, fa«t. ( ontinu* d on Page Sixteen FAIR WEATHER FOR AREA TODAY weather, with little change in lebrated Wenonah band, 'J Wenonah, j N J , played a prominent par?, The ton.'?ma’**-r wa*, Robert W. Pledged to support to the very end good government and ii*'old not Walls of Glenolden, pi* .fi n? of the a program of economy In ©tau gov- come under th* general condemnation club, under whose leadership, since eminent, Delaware county's Repro- of the entire body, ’he first of January has showed a sen ta ti yes in the House and Senate    Among those who    no? only spon- greater growth than any other club in are finding themselves in the minority sored the economy pro*!am in the beme Pennsylvania district    as the present * ton of the General ginning bu* have supported if, and Th'* invocation was offered by Rey. Assembly draws to a close    fought for it consistently have been Thing* are so bad that the barter plan has reached the war zone They are trading one Japanese prisoner of war for h.** Chinese, A man here wanted a welfare order because he married a widow with mx children. A man hke that ?ure needs relief. "Hit-Runner I ■*• Hat ” reads a hr (dime In a L w w<»< ks ’he caption v J be changed to ’ H:i-Runner Loses License." The Weather school music contest held a? Penn He is the von of Rev Dario Tedesco,    .    .. ©•ate College by the Forensic League,    pastor    of the Fir;? Italian    Preshy-    temperature,    is predicted today and    W Gilbert    Condi? who    also    gave    the    At the    present time    there is every    Delaware county's representatives in Two thousands high school musi-    ?emn    Church    in this city    He firs!    tomorrow in    eastern Pennsylvania,    adores of    we:*ome.    reason to    believe that    the session will    the House and Senate. clans look part in the all-dav eiinnn-    became prominent as a violinist when    New Jersey, Delaware    and    Maryland    To Alden M. Stackhouse a Glen-    end aa the last, special session ended,    An observer writing for a Harris- ations, representing 29 high schools    at the agr of nine hr appeared in’ The highest temperature    her*    yr-,-    olden member of the club, was ac-    with bureaucracy on the winning side    burg newspaper comments as follows from seven counties. ihie contests    *vcral recitals in Philadelphia    and    terday va'- 59 degrees,    a’ 12 10 a rn    corded thr job of our lead*; Albert    and the taxpayers    on the    losing    sr?*    upon the many    reasons for    the break- w(?v* held rn Schwab auditorium and    Chester    His rapid rise as a violin    and the lowest was 47.    at. 9 a. rn The    B Es ?wood dire'tor of music a’    Indications are    that    the much    down of what    started to    be a very the Little Theatre in Old Main    virtuoso was predicted by his    teachers    awerag** pf S3    wa? three degrees below*    Glcn-Nor    High Bt boo.    wa    at    the    amended    Turner bill,    with its saving    fine progt m for the taxpayer -and The events ranged from vocal and    Scesa    DeSio.    Cox, Geiger,    Zulaman    normal for the date *nd nine degree;    piano.    of $10 OOO    OOO. will fc.    vc reed bv tire    wound up by becoming a triumph for nstrumental solos to band and or- and Tschovow,    below the average April 26 last year. In his addr* of welcome, Rev. Governor if it gets through the Leg- bure.*un <ev t hestra group competition. Judges Upon    his graduation from    the    Maximum temperature    for the date is    Condit stressed the    fact that the an-    Isla tare.    "The Hou-e    leadership    undertook • ere selected from the faculty and the    Franklin    Grammar School in    this    83, established in 1908,    and minimum    mver ary brought    to ether th*-    Political observers throughout    the    ’n do what ’he last special session -nor students. The affair was under    city young Tcdesco was the recipient    36. in 1874    larges’ Kl wan is group ever s.vsem-    ©tate arc expressing regret at the out-    had failed to do put a brake on ex- ’he direction of Prof. Hummel Ftslf^'of various prizes, local and national    Sunrise today wa? a’    5 06    a rn    an*;    bled on Che ’cr pike including a    come of the session but cal! attent ion    pardon o* government and wipe out burn former instructor of music    -----sunzet will be at 6.51 p rn., eastern,    —    to the far that almost half of the at Chester High School.    1    ContinnettonPage    sixteen    6’andard time    ( ontinued on Past Sixteen House and Senate has stood out for    Continued    on    Page    -ixteen YV ASHING I ON, YpHl 27—"father fore* i*t. Eastern Pennsylvania—Fair with Ive ivv frost tonight. Friday fair and warmer. Western Pennsylvania — Fair tonight and Frida); heavy frost tn-n ght; 'lowIv ruing temperature Krt-day and along the lakes tonight. TODAY’S TEMPIRFATl RES ti a rn. ., rn. ......50 7 a rn, .. ..... 41 Notal .... .. ....52 8 a rn. . 43 I p. rn. ......54 9 a rn. ..... 46 2 p rn. ......54 IO a. rn* .' ..... 43 ;