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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17579 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press DP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY APRIL 28 193 TWENTYFOUR PAGES BONUS PROPOSALHERRIOT ENDS HIS HALTS INFLATION I PARLEYS HERE ON VOTE IN SENATElWAR DEBT ISSUE Drive Gathers Momentum j Former Premier of France Rapidly and Over Bids Roosevelt Farewell REAL FIRE BELLE shadows Other Issues Sponsors Gain Favorable Promises Gold Dollar Content Gut Passes WASHINGTON April INS Roosevelt sent a per sonal appeal to Democratic lead ers of the Senate today to defeat the bipartisan drive to attach dash payment of the bonus as a on the administrations tiuge inflation pxogram The President was enlisted in the fight against the bonus when a partial poll revealed 42 Senators pledged to vote for the cash pay ment plan offered by Senator Ar thur Robinson Republican of In diana This strength was just six votes shy of the majority neces sary for its adoption The administration forces were fightingwith their backs to the wall Senator Joe T Robinson of Arkansas the Democratic floor leader announced he would make a personal appeal to the Senate on behalf of the President for rejec tion of the bonus amendment WASHINGTON April After beating off all conservative at tacks administration leaders in the Senate fought today to keep cash payment of the bonus out of Presi dent Roosevelts program for cur rency inflation Senators sponsoring immediate cash payment of veterans compensation however claimed today to have 42 votes pledged to attach their rider to the administration currency infla lotion bill That is only six votes short of an actual majority of the present Senate Authority however for the Presi dent to decrease the gold content of the dollar by50 per cent was voted by the Senate 53 to 35 bonus drive gathered momen tum like a landslide It drew support from conservative Republicans and the great wing of new Democratic Senators elected last fall It amazed administration leaders that regarded it at first as a futile effort to capture headlines at White House Enter Joint Statement Sil ver Payments Planned for Foreign Debtors WASHINGTON April President Roosevelt and M Herriot have had a frank and friendly ex change of views on the knotty prob lem of Prances debt to the United j States they revealed today in joint i statement on the eve of the French envoys departure from Washington j No conclusions however werej reached but was stated that it was felt the exchange had been valuable and the negotiations will be continued in Washington and Paris Noticing a member of the present French ministry in fact having no official status at all M Herriot was to assure Mr Roosevelt that his government would 319000000 default of last December or make the S40000000 payment due on June 15 next And in view of the recalcitrant at titude of Congress on the debts Mr Roosevelt was unable to assure M Herriot of Downward revision According to the communique they made mutual explanations of the respective French and American view points and let it rest there for the present Their joint communique follows President has discussed with M Herriot the problem of intergov ernmentaldebts The President has DUBIOUS FUTURE FOR PA BEER BILL SEEN IN THE HOUSE Not in Full Accord With Views of Influential Legislators HEAD OF CUBAN JUNTA IN U S Local Option Feature a Stumbling Block Other set forth the entire situation from the American point of and M Her riot has explained how the problem appears to the French government and parliament This of views which was of the most frank and friendly character was for the purpose of reaching a clearer under standing of the realities of the situa tion and will undoubtedly help in determinig the steps to be taken hereafter tnehope of the President and M Herriot that these conversations which have proved to be of value may be continued In Paris and in HARRISBURG April The McCiure beer control bill which has passed the first milestone of the General Assembly today faqed a du bious future From all appearances it is the most acceptable plan devised to meet a problem with numerous and varied obstacles but still its provisions are Wouldntit be a pleasure to be resinot in full accord with the views of cued by this fire chief She is Miss many legislators whose influence is 1 Patricia ParfHt oC Gravenhurst Ont quite wieldy Canada who has just taken over her The local option feature of the reg duties as chief of the volunteer fire ulatory measure presents one of the squad at Welleslcy College Wellesley principal stumbling blocks The bill Mass Bring on your blazes GOVERNOR SIGNS FITZGERALD BILL on Pajre Fifteen DELAWARE HOUSE DOVER April The House late yesterday after the Democratic members had been caucus most Miv Roosevelt discretional power to order the issuance of in treasury notes to pay off the unpaid Measure Places 3d City Treasurers on Sal ary for CollectingTaxes Fitzgerald Bill signed yester day by Governor Pinchot which places treasurers of thirdclass cities on a salary basis in collecting city school and poor taxes will not be come effective in this city until the successor of Dr S P Gray takes of fice Under the law the new bill cannot effect officers elected to office Rep Norbert J Fitzgerald Erie estimated the bill would save some of the thirdclass cities in the State as much as 525000 annually Four classifications of salaries are provided in the measure Cities with populations of 25000 or less would pay the treasurers noxv designated tax col lectors between and an nually between 25000 and 50000 from to 55000 annually between 50000 and 55000 and over 55 000 The tax collector is given the power tonameall necessary assistants with the consent of the city council and school board each body having five votes in reaching decisions The council and school board must provide him with office space and arrange provides for a referendum not more than once every four years on the question of sale of beer Outlawing of the sale of beer through a refer endum would affect only retailers They would be denied the right to sell the voters in the par ticular community reversed their de I cision But wholesale distributors j could continue operations selling as Plice small an amount as one bottle viciss This in effect would make a whole sale distributor a that the beverage could not be consumed on the premises where it is pur MAN IOWA JUDGE DRAGGED BY MOB NEARLY HANGED chased Potential retailers object to this form oflocal option They point out that it would amount to nothing short of discrimination Their contention is that the only difference under the provisions of the bill between a wholesaler and retainer is that the latter would permit consumption on the premises Bars are prohibited but beer can Continued on Page Fifteen DEMANDS PROBE OF HARRIMAN BANK WASHINGTON April Charging that apparent justice de partment dilatoriness in prosecution of the now closed Harriman National Bank of New York had resulted in substantial losses to investors Sen ator Costigan Dem Colo today de manded a thorough investigation Costigan tinder whose resolution the Senate ordered the inquiry sug gested that Medalie K Roberts chief national examiner in New York City National Bank Examiner Carl C Francis and F G A wait act ing comptroller of the currency be called to testify in the near future He proposed that the present all correspondence relating to the al k leged Iraduluent entries and misap propriations of funds by officers di rectors and agents of the bank HYPNOTIST HELD IN WOMANS DEATH the Republican members voting against the measure The bill is the one drawn by the special commission named by the Governor headed by Pierre S du Pont as a permanent bill for the control of the manufacture and sale of liquors wines and beer it is patterned after khe Quebec plan and creates a commission of four members to be named by the Gov ernor all the members to be from the city of Wilmington counters equipped with stationary seats or chairs These occommoda tions for persons to sip their beverage in a sitting posture apparently are the only distinction Thus the bar rail could easily be supplanted by sta tionaryseats This it is contended would bring back the saloon in modi fied form as long as the room con tained 300 square feet and was equipped with tables and chairs lor 40 persons These are some of the flaws pointed out by Housemembers They propose to make corrections next week The general complaint that muni cipalities are losing revenue daily assembly to agree on the licensing and control bill is without support 1 Heading the junta seeking means of wrestling control of Cuba from Forced From Bench by Irate Farmers Smeared With Dirt and Grease Refused to Swear HeWoulcl Not Sign Foreclosures Martial Law Ensues LE MARS la April Clamping Le Mars under martial law Governor Clyde Herring moved swiftly today to restore order to this strife torn district and to bring to justice a scores of belligerent farmers who dragged District Judge Charles C Bradley from his court bench and twice tried tp hang nim Acting Quickly on the request of several private citizens Gov Herring issued a martial law decree early to day and rushed 200 troops here un der command of Col Glenn Hayncs Some of the troops recruited from Unaware tha lie was photo jrntphed Andrew J Volstead the Father of Prohibition is pictured state militiamen in this part of the as ofi Ms office at St Paul Minn state arrived before noon looking like a man who lias seen his Col Haynes was to establish his dream shattered This is tho nrsi headquarters before starting a of Volstead made in years as Gernrdo Macnado is Dr ing investigation into Judge Charles i liis antipathy to photoprunhers is well 1 f T3 y41 rt A WJ J Ir YI Carlos de la Torre former president of Havana University and former mayor of Havana shonn here at the juntas conference in New York On RetiringSaturday Be Sure to Advance Time pieces One Hour THEN ENDS OWN LIFE EASTON Pa April Gerald Fitzgibbons of Audubon N J a hynotist was held under 55000 bail on two charges today after Miss Helen Weiss Rothstein 26 of Phil adelphia was killed when the auto mobile he was driving crashed into a tree and upset at Raubsville south of here early today Fitzgibbons who conducted classes in hypnotism was held under guard at the Easton Hospital at the re quest of police after an investiga tion by Dr Theodore Reichbaum He was accused of driving while intoxi cated and with manslaughter MAN ALIVE AFTER 4 DAYS IN COLD CAR CAMDEN N J April Mentally deranged by a series of financial reverses a oncewealthy Camden manufacturer shot and killed his son and then ended his own life with the same shotgun according to police As authorities reconstructed th tragedy todayT they said the father George Shick 46 killed his son George Jr 22 as the latter lay sleep ing a few hours before he was to have gone to work last night The slayer then barricaded himself in a bedroom and ended his life Shick left four notes to explain his action Mrs Shick and Mrs Nel lie Evans who resides at the Shick home were away visiting friends BINGHAMTON N Y April after being locked in a refrigerator car for four days John Yanek 22 of Mather Pa will recover physicians said today When he regained consciousness Yanek revealed that he had been in the almost airtight ice bunkered car since Sunday when the car was taken by ferry from New York to Hoboken N J He was working in the car he said when someone clamped the lid on A car inspector found Yanek RECORD ACROSS U S BtlRBANK Cal April QNS With a new west to east transcon tinental record as his goal Col Ros coe Turner noted aviator hopped off at 520 a m today in his new Mys tery Plane ark N pannc to fly to New Fitzgerald had a similar bill in the 1931 Legislature It passed both Houses but in different forms and conference committees were unable to reacha compromise so the meas ure was dropped CORONER THE SPEAKER Dr J Evans Scheehle of Llanerch coroner of Delaware county ad dressed the members of the Darby Lansdowne Rotary Club at their weeklyluncheon meeting held yes terday at Lansdowne The topic of his talk was The History of the Coroners Functions and Its Duties Jerome L Benzing of this city and president of the club presided and introduced the speaker AT PENNRELAYS Coach Naulty of the Smed ley Junior High School track team took a picked group of seven of his squad to the Penn Relays in Phila delphia today Those who will rep resent Smedley are Miller Anderson William Toran Theodore Brown William Hess William Quinn and Charles Sawicki MAN7 SWALLOWS PIN William Lowry 33 of 2500 West Second street entered the Chester Hospital accident room last night and reported that he had swallowed a pin After probing for awhile without success an Xray photograph was taken of the stomach and larnyx No trace of the pin was revealed and it was believed Lowry had been mis taken WORKMAN BREAKS LEG Samuel Grad 40 of 1136 North Fortieth street Philadelphia sus The present west to east record is 10 hours 19 minutes set by James G Haizlip in the 1932 air races Col Turner holds the east to west record of 12 hours 35 minutes P EC CADETS HAVE BUSY DAY Undergo Inspection for Government Rating Re viewed by Maj Weyand Early morning bugle calls sum moned the cadets of the Pennsyl vania Military College to their duties this morning with the appearance of left leg while working at the Sun Oil Companys plant in Marcus Hook yesterday Grad was removed to the Chester Hospital in the ambulance of the Marcus Hook Fire Company and was admitted for treatment could be procured before that date The revenue loss to the state is caused by the delay in enactment of the taxation bill which is now in the Senate The SowersConner Bill which was vetoed had incorporated m it both thelicensing and the taxa tion features ON 30HOUR WEEK It is believed by those closely con nected with the Ford Motor Company that the local plant and the plants throughout the country will acquiesce in the 30 hour week plan could not be secured this morning from the local Ford Company authorities All profess no knowledge of the proposal and expect to continue with their present pro gram untO notified to change by the main plant in Dearborn Mich The Ford Company at the present time employs 3000 men on a 40 hour week basis If the proposed plan of 30 hours is accepted this will neces sitate a hiring of about 1000 addi tional men If the program goes through it will not mean a gate hiring program as none of the Ford employes are selected in that manner Over 3000 applications are in the files or the company and these will be dealt with in the order of their seniority The country having gone off the gold standard it is getting ready to go off another standard the day after the morrow Off standard time Yes you may as well get ready for Daylight Saving time because to morrow will be the last full day of Standard time until September 24 Before going to bed tomorrow night set your clocks and watches ahead one hour This automatically puts you on daylight saving which goes into effectat 2 a m Sunday while most of the populace is asleep Failure to mpvc the hands of your timepieces ahead an hour before you retire Saturday night will make you one hour slow when you arise Sun day mo rri ing Railroads motorbus lines and other transportation units are prepared to stfirli time v will continue on standard time but banks stock exchanges and other financial groups will operate on the new time starting Monday morning The extra hour of daylight added the evenings will permit the play ing of baseball and other sports by those who are employed during the day scores of amateur teams through out the country having made prepara tions to inaugurate twilight games The hour of sleep that most will lose will be regained the morning of Scp iember 24 when the clocks are moved back an hour C Bradleys abduction by a mob I kllmvn yesterday Abducting the fiOyearold veteran radical farmers blindfolded and par tially disrobed htm smeared his head with dirt and grease and twice thrent enccT 10 hang him from nn electric light pole Facing his tormentors with a dls plny of dignity the to the mob were masked Although Judge Bradley after re turning to town said he did not wish to prosecute the farmers Sheriff R Steps Taken to Have the Forest Ariny Make Re pairs to Broken Dikes Army engineers will recommend thai one company of approximately 200 men nf the new Forest Army bo sent into Tiuicum township to repair the dikes along Darby Creek land tho Delaware River This wns Two men wereinjured yesterday indicated yesterday in a conference Continued on Page Fifteen TRUCK HITS POLE afternoon at LcipcrvUlc when an automobile struck and knocked down one of the victims and thencontinued after its driver had lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a tele graph pole at Chester pike and Mad dox street held in the office of David E Trie stcv at Eightythird street and East wick avenue Tricstcr is president of the Greater Eastwtck Improvement Association County Commissioners Drowcs Hunter and Desmond and County Engineer George Wright represented The injured arc Ralph Ristinc 127 j Delaware county at the conference Holland street Lclpcrvillc and commissioners expressed the bc cnn M Dow 723 Lafayette avenue licf the county could aid in Prospect Park furnishing some materials needed for RisiJnc is said to have stepped inf thcwork repairing the breaks the path of the machine which was hc which water hns ocing driven by Dovk In to avoid striking the pede swerved his truck fco one side and Jnl tendecH however that the chief doing so lost control of the vehicle I is otx povornmonbownocl an attempt i and flooded large nr strian Dow ITInicum township They oga areas of con RUN DOWN BY CYCLIST Betty Mouffctt 14 300 Morton ave nue was struck by a bicycle last night at Seventh and Morton avenue when she was returning home about RECITAL MAY 3 TO Plans are developing rapidly for the Chester Hospital May Market on Thursday May 25 and the various committees are determined to make the forthcoming fete one of the best m the series The need for money at the hospital is acute if the fine service it has rendered over a Jong period of years is to continue and the volunteer men and women who are interesting themselves in the May Marketarc hopeful of securing a large sum Mrs Kings ey Montgomery and Mrs Garnett Pcndleton in charge of the candy booth arc taking time by the forelock and have arranged a re cital on May 3 at 230 oclock at the New Century Club which will feature Agnes Clune Quinlin pianist in a spe cial program This gifted artist has ap peared before Chester audiences on various occasions and has a large fol lowing of admirers and it is expected there will be a fine turnout hcxt Wednesday of music lovers Heads of other committees arc or ganizing their workers The time and it crashed into a pole property the responsibility for Dows injuries consisted of laccr the Jics with the Federal ations of the right lower jaw and back BoyernmenU of the neck He was picked up un Lnc confcrpncc in addition fo the conscious with blood flowing freely 1 officla15 were representatives of the from both his mouth and nose and 5 Cross Park Taylor Hospital Ridley where he was admitted for the Philadelphia treatment and observation Rlstlncs injuries consisted of lacer ation of the calf of his right leg He was also taken to the hospital for treatment The truck was badly dam aged CHANGE IN POLICE COURT SCHEDULE IT She Wfti falrpn 1 11C time Hospital where she w hc wil1 mrtnu rjn nrnsimf armln tViie WILL ACCOMPANY BEEBE Colonel Edwin M Chanceof Hav erford revealed yesterday that he is making preparations to accompany Dr William Beebe naturalist on an other of Dr Beebes expeditions The party will sail June 15 for Bermuda91 DvlSJOn Headquarters arrived in Colonel Chances yacht Antares j ay conduct the annual It will include Colonel Chances wife and sons Henry and Eritton and several of their friends Miss Gloria Hollister Dr Bee bes assistant also their utmost for the rating of their military organization with the War Department The area inspector Alexander M Weyand of the I tion of the unit in which the local corps will compete with all other R O T C outfitsin the nation to re tain its former ratine of a disl tingrulshed senior R O T C unit will go Dr Beebe will endeavor to r descend 3000 feet in his Bathoi excellent sphere in which he submerged 2200 u on the field preceded feet last year 11y manv daysof preparation and l hours of scouring and slicking up of CONFERENCE DELEGATES and uniforms began at oclock with a full dress parade WASHINGTON April Congressional circles heard today Sec retary of State Hull Assistant Sec retary of State Mbley and Senator Key Pittman Dem Nev have been tentatively decided upon as part of the United States delegation to the International Economic Conference and review in honor of the visiting inspecting officer Major Weyand took the review which was com manded by Captain Morton I Rob inovitch with the battallion formed for the review by Captain and Adju Con tin tied on Page Fifteen Drunk Wanders In Police Station Goes With Records Page Mr Ford Not Kenry of flivver making fame but John who is rapidly making a name for him self It appears that John a sailor went on a spree a few evenings ago Not knowing what he was doing he wandered into police station Not only the police sta tion but he finally wandered into the detective bureau Yesterday certain records were missing No one knew where they had gone Each detective asked the other but all in vain The records were missing This is Warden Turner at Media We have a prisoner who has some of your records in his possession what shall we do in quired the voice at the telephone Solved piped Detective Captain George Feeney who had spent the morning looking for the records Out the plain clothesmcn went to Media Sure John had the missing records He was drunk and wandered into police station No one saw him He took the rec ords for no good reason He was arrested in Marucs Hook but the cops there failed to search him thats why they were still in his possession when he reached the county jail lor a severe sprain of her side CONDITION IS IMPROVED Richard Cain formerly of this city who left for Cresson several months ago is much improved in health ac cording to a letter which has been re ceived by localfrierrds Mr Cain is be present again this year and there will be some novelties all dedi A now schedule for police court hearings became effective today Magistrate Michael A Honan sitting 9 a m instead of 830 oclock as had been the custom Pour youths found prowling on the streets at an early hourthis morn ing comprised todays class of de fendants All were held for ques tioning They gave their names as Harry Johnson 21 Potter street near Sixth street James Hoban 18 1300 block South Fortyeighth street Philadelphia Stanley Pctryski 10 and Julian Pavlock 21 both of the 800 block McDowell avenue The iat were arrested at 1230 a m today at Twentyfirst and Potter streets by Special Officer Carrdcn who became suspicious of them when he saw them canying n bag The youths claimed they were returning home from a fishing trip having spent the night fishing In the waters of Ridley creek near FIREMANS MTSHAP Scldon Taylor a member of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 suf Gounty Commissioner C Edwin Hunter declared that he would make every effort to Supply the dredge sand and gravel needed Previously he said the county was financially unable toprovide the supplies After the official announced his de cision Captain H O Tunis represent ing Colonel Earl I Brown of the IT S Army Engineering Corps prom ised to provide men meals and trans portation for workers It was not stated when work will begin PRICE TWO CENTS W NELSON TRUAX TO STAND TRIAL ATTHEJWTERM Former Bank Official Held in Bail on Em bezzlement Charge Bank Hear ing Explains Alleged Illegal Acts At the conclusion of a hearing which consumed more than two hours yesterday afternoon W Nelson Truax 52 of 34 East Twentythird street was held under 310000 bail for the June term of court The hearing held in the office of Magistrate A C W Mathues at Me dia brought out details of the al legedly improper stock transactions of Truax while he was secretary and assistant treasurer of the Chester Cambridge Bank and Trust Com pany According to the testimony of Wil liam J McCuen of 90 South State road Tjppcr Darby examiner for the State Department of Banking Truax mare purchases and sales of stock m the name of the bank and in many instances pocketed the profits When checks fortheprofits were re ceived from the brokers Truax would cash the checks and deposit the pro ceeds in a personalaccount which he maintained in the First National Bank of Chester1 Examiner McCuen declared that Truax admitted making many of the transactions and admitted cashing the checks from brokerage houses but maintained thatin these tran sactions he was in the role of a cus tomer of the bank According to Assistant District At torney William R Tool Truax did not benefit largely by the aliened misconduct theamount probably not exceedjngr The alleged loss is set at about however be cause the bank still holds various lota of stocks which have substantially in value since their purchase by Truax in 1930 and 1931 Continued on Pago Fifteen B1ERCHANTS PLAN BIG SALES EVENT Plans lasl nighb at a special meetbig of tho Merchants Division of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce for the big gosl bargain event ever attempted in be noTO as n the 5Peclal sales will be helc on Friday May 19 The committee incharge of ar rangements will decorate the ciyt for the occasion and on the eve oC Chester Day a milelong motorcade will tourChester and environs so that all may know of the event It is planned to issue coupons to aH who make purchases on the date each coupon entitles the buyer to par ticipate in the awards of 100 valu able gifts to be given by the mer chants SCHOOLS TO OPERATE ON DAYLIGHT TIME fered a severely sprained ankle yes directors terday shortly before noon when his No excuse for tardiness is Lo be granted those pupils who may at tempt to picad the change to day light saving time ns the reason for lateness in reporting for studies next Monday when the school district will go on the schedule by advancing all clocks one hour Dr David A Ward superintendent of schools has sent a letcr to all school principals in the city advising that they pass on he information of the change in time to the teachers and nupliK in order to avoid any confusion which might result from the change The change was authorized by the school directors at their meet ing on Monday night when a reso lution lo the effect that the time change be observed was made by James L Rankin cf the teachers committeeand approved by the other EMERGENCY OPERATION Francis Home 13 of La Grange avenue Essington was admitted to INHERITANCE TAX l Register of Wilts Tells About Steps Taken to Make Collection j The effort to collect inheritance i taxes from the John T Dorrance I estate was discouraged by theoffice TOR GOVERNOR Democrats Pay Tribute to Media Lawyer Banquet the brass pole from the recreation room to the apparatus room when the company called out in an swer to an alarm Taylor was taken to the Chester Hospital in a motor car by members of the company and received emergency treatment An vvray this morning revealed that no bones had been broken TJ S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April Treasury balance as of April 26 expenditures 57790 06063 customs receipts FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER FORECAST FaJr and warmer Is the prediction m Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be cloudy tomorrow and cooler in the afternoon or at nighb The highest tempera bare here yes terday was 57 degrees at 4 p m and the lowest was 39 at 6 a m equal to the minimum record for the date established in 1874 The average of 48 was nine degrees below normal for the date bubtwo degrees above the average April 27 last year Max imum temperature lor the date Is 93 established in 1915 Sunrise today was ab 505 a m and sunset will be at 652 p m Eastern Standard Time I opiics of Times It has been claimed fchaL our traffic cops are nob good as they are in Jargcr cities But they can yell beb A speaker here said the American Indian had no cuss words But then Pagc Riplcy Barney Dougherty ran 100 yards the other day after an escaping juvenile prisoner We Icarn that married men live longer than their wfvcs Which only proves that talking is bad for the health A local shoe repair shop advertises We tell you what to do with your old How foolish We know wear em SIGNS E BILL icharged by Register of Wills George Hill in an address before the Ro itary Club of Media at the weekly luncheon meeting in the Media Inn I yesterday After we started our action the j attorney generals office said we j didnt have a leg to stand on de clared Mr yet since the success i of the action which brought the State Treasury more than In the midst of an admiring gath ering of Democrats all paying glow ing tribute to one of their fellows last night it was suggested that Frank B Rhodes be backed for the Democratic nomination for governor next year The suggestion came from John E McDonough Chester lawyer at the testimonial dinner tendered Mr Rhodes by 200 Democrats of the county at the Media Club Media HARRISBURG Apri Governor Gifford Pinchot today signed the McCiure bill requiring treasurers of political committees to nlc accounts of expenses incurred bv candidates in an election The treasurers must file an ac count of all expenses providing they exceed S50 within 15 days after the election Stanley Theatre Show Will Mark the Beginning of Activities partment I money of Justice collected the When Dr Dorrance died in 1930 in New Jersey we started our invest o gator at that time I went so warmly and apparently so much from the hearts of friends af the honor guest was last night Judge other prom Today By UNITED PRESS incnt Democrats joined in the tribute Mr Rhodes who is president of the Media69th St Trust Company was visibly affected when he arose to ite invest This tribute is particularly appre to Charles j dated in this crisis in my life when Continued on Fifteca1 Continued cm Page Fifteen SENATE Continues inflation and farm bill debate Judiciary subcommittee begins in vestigation of Justice Department conduct of Harriman Bank case Banking subcommittee hearing on Roosevelt home mortgage relief bill HOUSE Votes on homemortgage relief bill Appropriations subcommittee meets on independent offices supply bill Labor committee continues hear ing on 30hour week bill Naval committee continues hear ings on air corps flight pay Commerce committee meets on se curities protection bill Boys Week will officially open to morrow when the youngsters will move into the Itmchght In a smash ing crashing fashion They will have a week of fun of glamour of action of thrillsof successes of competition and of accomplishment The doors of the Stanley Theater will open at 10 oclock and the show will start as soon as all the boys are inside A time limit of four hours has been set for the actual perform ance but according to the wonderful program arranged it seems impossible that it will be concluded in that length of time City Commissioner Walter H Craig chairman of the Chester City General Committee on Boys Week has been assured by his committee members John Mulhall and Thomas Magnin that every boy will be taken care of the gala week The show will consist a Western feature two major comedies three Mickey Mouse cartoons a Movietone review and the main attraction Some women spend a lot of time looking for a husbandBefore and after marriage A reader wants to know whats good for a nose bleed Our advice is keen your nose out of other peoples busi ness About the most foolish married man we can think of Is the fellow who in deaf and wants to be cured Not that its any of our business but we understand the residents of Timcum township are getting water bills Chester may notbe the liveliest city in theworld but you can get plenty of excitement by wandering around about 2 a m these days Weather WASHINGTON April forecast Eastern tonight and Saturday warmer tonight and in cast portion Saturday Western cloudy and warmer showers in jnorth west portion tonight Saturday fair cooler in northwest portion TODAYS TEMPERATURE Continued on Page Fifteen 6 a 7 a 8 a n a m m m m 10 a m 42 11 a m 44 Noon 47 1 p m 50 2 p m 54 58 60 62 62   

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