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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 10NTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17580 FINAL EDITION Wit6 All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports ot United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY APRIL 29 1933 SENATE PLATIONFARM BILL BY 64 TO 21 Gives President Power to Regulate Currency and Agriculture LOCAL HERO GETS CARNEGIE MEDAL Soldier Bonus Payment Amendment Defeated by 60 to 28 Vote WASHINGTON April The administrations prosperity bill conferring on President Roosevelt the greatest peacetime powers in American history held the Senates stamp of approval today with rati fication expected from the House The vote was 64 to 21 The bill empowers Mr Roosevelt to innate farm prices slash agricul tural indebtedness extend leniency to foreign debtors and expand the currency to protect American in against foreign raids His monetary powers would exceed any ever held by a President of the United States The expansion program would give the President authority to use the federal reserve system in Inflating and then stabilizing commodity prices If that method fails he may issue in treasury notes remonitize silver at a fixed ratio against gold and even reduce the gold content of the dollar One section authorizes the Presi dent to accept up to in silver on debtpayments within the next six months A provision further empowering him to value the silver at notto exceed 50 cents an ounce would allow a 23 per cent slash in the amounts due on June 15 or over due The conservative Republican oppo sition launched by the MellonMills Reed Group was beaten down at every turn The administration won 41 to 26 on a vote authorizing the President to remonetize silver It won 53 to 35 when the Senate rejected the Reed motion to strip the President of all power to change the gold dollarIt 60 to 28 when the Senate re jected cash payment of the bonus at the Presidents suggestion It won CHESTER MAN IS GIVEN CARNEGIE HERO CITATION Edward J Cartain Gets Medal for Saving Woman in Tanker Blowup Congressman Among 23 Others Honored He Disarmed Maniac PRICE TWO CENTS Edward J Cartain Sinclair Re finery Co employe who saved a womans life in a tanker explosion last year The Chester Times will be published on Daylight Saving Time beginning Monday Continued on Last BRIDGE OLYMPIC GAMES HERE MONDAY Entries are being received today and are acceptable Monday for the International Bridge Olympic local contests to be held at the Chester Club on Monday night The pro ceeds will be devoted to the Chester Hospital May Market and the bridge fans of Chester and vicinity are urged to enter this unique play Hands laid out by Ely Culbertson and several other famous authorities will be played simultaneously through out the United States and Europe on Monday and medals will be awarded to the high point scorers Winners will be recognized as the champions in their districts Those who believe their game to be weak have equally as goodchance as the socalled and it is hoped there will be a capacity attendance at the Chester Club Monday MrsWilliam A Faison Mrs Harry M Armifcage and Frank Patton form the committee in charge and will receive entries Players may make up their own tables or enter as pairs FORMER CROZER MAN DIVORCED REGISTRATION DAYS ANNOUNCED Books Now Being Dis tributed to 195 Assessors in the County Cartain Wife Is Proud Edward Cartain Chesters new est hero was apprised of his honor this morningby a Times represen tative and he registered complete Cartain bora in Lancashire England came to the United States iii 1926 JCe has resided in Chester for seven years and has been employed at the Sinclair plant for six years How does it feel to be a hero he was asked Im tickled to death with my self Cartain smilingly replied Mrs Cartain likewise showed her pride in her husband and smiled throughout the interview They have three children aged 10 years four years and nine montKs Gartain asked about his death defying act began to show embar rassment and declared he had only done his W R Argyle superintendent of the Trainer plant of the Sinclair Company likewise was proud to day of the record of his employe FarmIn fla tion Bill in Brief WASHINGTON April farm relief bill as passed by the Senate is divided into three parts providing DIRECT AGRICULTURAL RELIEF The President and the Secretary of Agriculture are authorized to use one or all of three methods to raise farm values as follows 1 Domestic determine the consumption of wheat cot ton corn hogs dairy products tobacco rics and beet and cane sugar to license producers and processors so that only domestic consumption requirements shall be sold in the domestic market at prices equal generally to the average in 19091914 and tocollect a tax from processors to oav the cost 2 To lease marginal lands and withdraw from production sufficient acreage to cut production of agricultural commodities to domestic needs 3 To guarantee cost of production to farmers FARM MORTGAGE RELIEF To refinance through voluntary arrangements with mortgagors farm mortgages at interest rates of per cent through the issuance of bonds the interest of which would be guaranteed by the Government INFLATION Authorizing the President to use three metnods of raising the dollar value of commodities 1By increasing Federal Reserve credits by a maximum of 2 By issuing up to of Treasury notes secured not by gold but solely by the credit of the United States This money would be used to buy back government securities 3 Devaluing the gold content of the dollar by as much as 50 per cent with additional authorization for the President to establish at his dis cretion a fixed ratio of silver to gold and to provide for the unlimited coinage of silver at that ratio HERRIOT SAILS SAM SCOTT IS FOR HOME TODAY Frances Envoy at Roose velt Parley on Debts Praises President SCRANTON Pa April decree in divorce was granted by Lackwanna county court today to the Rev Richajd L Everett former Crozer Seminary student who has been living here for the past two years The minister charged his wife Gwenllyean with cruel averring among other things that she choked and scratched him and assaulted him with a shoe and a poker whilehe was lying in bed pre paring a sermon They were married in Binghamton N Y in 1919 and later lived in New Jersey Mrs Everett left her husband in 1930 according to the testimony Registry assessqrs from the voting precincts of the county outside the City of Chester are receiving their books for this years registration of voters A number of the assessors called at the court house yesterday and more of them will receive their books today Throughout the 195 precincts of the county the assessors will enroll the names of voters between May 1 and May 22 Then the books will be hung at the polling places for in spection of the voters In the county the assessors will sit at the polling places only one day this year July 19 Heretofore the assessors sat at the polling places for two days but a recent act of legis lature eliminated one day The act also eliminated the provision for as sessors to be present at the polling places on primary election day As the assessors were paid for each of these days the new law saves the county of Delaware for each registry assessor a total of The books will be returned to the county commissioners on July 20 In the City of Chester where per sonal registration is required the first registration date will be August 31 The other two days will be Septem ber 5 and September 16 Primary elec tion will be on September 19 FAIR WEATHER FOR THE WEEKEND An overheated stove pipe connected with a heating stove in the dining room of the home of Mrs Monroe Brown 245 Green street Marcus Hook damaged the side waU of the room night An alarm was sounded to which both the Marcus Hook and Viscose Fire Companies re sponded The blaze was extinguished with water from the booster tank on the apparatus of the Marcus Hook company HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY CBy Onlted Press Generally fair weather is predicted today and tomorrow with warmer temperatures today in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 67 degrees at p m and the lowest was 42 at 6 a m The average of 54 was three degrees below normal for thedate and two degrees below the average April 28 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 84 established in 1888 and minimum 34 in 1898 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m Eastern Standard Time AT CHURCHILL DOWNS High Helen Bab Rasty Texas Knight Through Omond Dag In Epidemic Express New Deal Unkie Tom Naval Cadet Royal Majesty Fair Grade Cold Steel James Miss Flip KingCicero Boy Valet Cee Tee O Santerno Chene Peace Lady El Cidio Wirt G Bowman Irene T Ed Lark Weather clear track AT HAVRE DE GRACE Coosellor Vishnu Lord Raff Ian The Gen Below Cost Miss Purray Apollo Silent Shot Broadway Lights Cattail Ballot Zembla Solace My Fergus Plutarch Garlic Weather clear track fasti Media Patrolman Has Right Idea There are more ways of killing a cat than skinning It andthere are more ways of enforcing the law than by fining a careless mo torist One day recently James JSkelly member of the Board of Assessment and Revision of Taxes unwittingly left his car parked beside a firehydrant in Media Some time later he returned to find a red ticket on the vehicle Picking up the summons Mr Skelly found that on one side the name of the police officer the charge and the date of trial had been scratched off On the other side of the summons there was a note written in the handwriting of a wellknown Media cop The note read Dear Jim While you were away a dirty trick was pulled on you A plumber came by and installed a fireplug right beside your car If you want to have himarrested find out who he is and well do the rest It was a rot ten trick Mr Skelly Is quite particular where he parks his car now PITTSBURGH April INS Award of a silver inedal for heroism one of the most coveted honors awarded by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission to Melvin J Mass R of Minnesota today featured recognition of twentyfour acts of heroism by the commission at its spring meeting here There were two medals awarded to residents of Pennsylvania a bronze medal to Edward J Cartain of Ches ter and a similar award to Gilmer E Dunlop of McKeesport Cartain in February 1932 rescued Mrs Viola M Rivers from a burning oil tanker at Marcus Hook and Dun lop savedAnna M Downie and Nora M McDonnell from drowning in a creek in the western part of the state last June Cartain is an employe of the Sinclair Refining Company at Trainer Maas gained the citation as a re sult of liis coolheaded disarming of Marlin Kemmerer of Allentown Pa who threw the Lower House at Wash ington into an uproar last Decem ber 13 when he brandished a loaded pistol in the gallery and demanded to be heard Disregarding the fact that he was covered by the gun Maas con versed quietly with the guntoter while others in the house hastily sought exits and finally persauded Kemmerer to drop the pistol into the congressmans outstretched palm The official commission resume of the incident pointing out that two armed policemen in the gallery then arrested Kemmerer remarked They had refrained from advanc ing to him while he was armed One other silver medal and twenty two bronze medals were awarded for various acts of heroism Six of these cited lost their lives and to the dependents of one of those a pension of a year was granted To sons of two others who lost their lives sums raggregating were granted to be applied as the commission may sanction In addition in fifteen cases Continued on Page Seven GROUPS WORK EXTENDED HARRISBURG April The life of the Sterling legislative committee onfinances was extended two years today by Governor Pin chots approval of a legislative reso lution The committee was organized in 1S29 to make a study of the state financial and governmental structure It wasextended in 1931 for a twoyear period Its newest extension requires it to report to the 1935 session DEDICATION OF NEW HOSPITAL Extensive Plans Are Made for Event at Darby on Sunday May 21 Elaborate plans for the dedicatory exercises of the FitzgeraldMercy Hospital on Sunday May 21 were made at a dinner in tended by civic authorities of Darby Lansdowne and Yeadon The ornate hospital which cost up wards of is located on Lans downe avenue Darby and is without question one of the most attractive and bestequipped in Pennsylvania The dinner was attended by a host of Catholic dignataries headed by Dennis Cardinal Dougherty County Continued on Last Page NEW YORK April mer Premier Edouard Herriot of Prance sails today to take back to his government a report of his con versations with President Roosevelt and to argue for direct contact rather than propaganda in inter national relations M Herriot spent the last few hours ofhis sixday visit in New York He had a glimpse of the city from the Empire State tower and an interview in which he implied American isola tion had ended He addressed a din ner of the French Chamber of Com merce Today he will board the lie de France on which he arrived last Sunday We do not want to spread propa ganda here M Herriot said in his dinner address apparently referring to recent reports from Paris of gov ernmental appropriations for this purpose It does not work in a coun try of freedom Information direct honest and accurate will go farthest Direct contact I have found since coming to your country is best for solving problems confronting us The French statesman praised President Roosevelt as a leader in the world crisis Mr Roosevelt wants to work un selfishly for the reconstruction of the world he said In that effort he appealed to France and to myself for cooperation I was particularly for tunate because I have long sought to associate myself with the effort for peace and order I can tell you the conference of Washington has had a very good ef fect President Roosevelt is trying to put method and order in a difficult situation Eight days ago no one knew whether it would be possible to sum GIVEN FREEDOM Former First Ward Con stable Quits Jail After Twoyear Term Continued on Last Page STOCKS RECAPTURE THEIR BOOM SPIRIT NEW YORK April street recaptured its boom spirit to day following passage of the Inflation bill by the late yesterday and stocks and commodities scored spec tacular gains in trmendous trading The uprush was accompanied by another crash in the dollar against foreign currencies with sterling soar ing more than 8 cents to within strik ing distance of the high of last week Government and giltedged bonds were quiet and easy but lowgrade speculative issues paralleled the spurt in other markets A deluge of buying poured Into the market at the opening swamping the high speed ticker and quickly sent leading issues up 1 to 3 points Heavy profittaking developed on the bulge and the market failed to show last weeks runaway spirit but the under tone was strong Wheat set a dizzy pace in commodi ties with an overnightjump of more than 3 cents a bushel Cotton soared a bale and silver scored gains running to a cent an ounce Big block reappeared on the ticker tape as speculative enthuiasm again mounted to feverish heights BAN ON PROWLERS The continued drive against per sons found prowling on the streets during the early morning hours netted txvo prisoners earlythis morn ing both arrests being made by Pa trolmen Winfree and Starr of the special squad The youths arrested are Richard Embest of the 200 block West Fifteenth street and David Welsh of Upland road Both are be ing detained for questioning by de tectives School Athletic Field Development Realized Citizens of Chester and bers of the directorate body of the school district are nearing the reali zation of a dream which has long been harbored by those interested in the physical side of the development of scliool children The realization of this dream is the development of an athletic field for school use which is fast nearing completion on a piece of school district property ideally located for the purpose at the rear of the Smedley Junior High School Seventeenth and Upland streets The prospect was Inaugurated last year at the suggestion of the presi dent of the board Charles P Larkln Jr with whom the other members of the body heartily agreed when it was found that the field could be prepared at a minimum cost to the school district Throughout the Fall and Winter months Edward Oliver supervisor of the mechanical department of the district with a small force of assist ants sometimes aided by unemployed workers under the direction of the city leveled the property to proper grade using materials dug from the excavation at the site of the new Jxfferls school and placed at their disposal by the contractors as well as other loads of earth collected by the unemployed in lot clearing projects With the aid of a wall about three feet high constructed along the low points at the east side of the field Continued on Last Page HOME AID BELL PASSED IN HOUSE Approved by Vote of 383 to 4 Early Action Planned in Senate WASHINGTON April Ad ministrations home mortgage refinancing bill jvlthstood a broadside of amendments In the House yesterday and was sent to the Senate Early action is planned by Democratic leaders The measure passed the House by 383 to 4 Excepting five amendments of varying importance it was ap proved as requested by President Roosevelt Three and Ter rell of Texas and Hoeppel of Cali McFadden R Pa were the opposition After a bitter fight the House de feated 133 to 78 an amendment by Continued on Last Page Samuel Scott former constable o the First ward today is a free man after serving two years and thre months In the county jail Scott was freed after making satis factory arrangements for the pay ment of his costs and fines His origi nal sentence was for three years after he was found guilty of various charges having to do with grafting constables His trial was one in which sevcra figured D Harvey Sykes William Falls and others going to jail foi various terms Sykes getting the heaviest sentence Judge MacDade yesterday informed Scott that he must satisfy Lewis Palmer Probation Officer that he has employment and to make satisfactory arrangements to pay his fine and costs When these arrangements were made Scott was released His term ended early last night Scott completed his minimum sen tence of two years on January 30 his full sentence having been three years The fine and costs total The former constable told the court that he planned to make his home when liberated with a son in Marcus Hook Scott was convicted of conspiracy and malfeasance in office with sev eral other minor officials in the noted graft trials of January 1931 He obtained a new trial which also resulted in a conviction before Judge MacDade Soon after his imprisonment Scott made statements which were said to Implicate prominentcounty men A private hearing was given before Judge W Roger Fronefield The alleged expose was never made pub lic Since then however the former constables conduct in jail has been exemplary it Is said MUST STAND TRIAL FOR THEFT OF RADIO Charged with the theft of a small radio receiving set from the local store of Sears Roebuck Co Jacob Harris alias Orchard of Taster street near Sixth street Philadelphia was held In bail for court when given a hearing in police court this morning Harris entered the store yesterday and was detected putting the set un derneath his overcoat by Donald Mc Donald 209 West Ninth street a salesman McDonald followed theal leged thief from the store and held hjm until Detective Seaman arrived Program for Boys Week Events Here Chester Boys Week officially opened this morning with a special moving picture show at the Stanley Theatre The doors opened at 10 a m and a large crowd of youngsters was on hand to take advantage of the special offering The rest of the program for the week is as follows Today 230 p Contest at the Armory Day in Church Monday 4 p Contests District Park District No and Ulrich District No School District No T Washing ton School Wednesday 400 p Con test in Parochial and Public schools Thursday and Hobby Show at Y M C A Finals at Lansdowne Friday 4pm Finals at Franklin School 8 p Club Smedley Jr High Minstrel afc Saturday 1045 a Day at P M C Stadium CADETS WHITE ARMY VICTOR Sham Battle With Red Forces Feature of An nual Army Inspection After fording Ridley creek and clambering up the steep incline of an abandoned quarry the White army led by Battalion Captain Morton Rabmovftch and Lieutenant Charles W Bauer of Philadelphia destroyed two enemy machine gun nests and won the In a sham battle which featured the annual War De partment inspection yesterday at Pennsylvania Military College This annual simultaneously inspection was held In all parts of the United States yesterday to decide which colleges are eligible to the rank of excellent In military training the highest rating within the province of War Department The inspec on Last Page SOVIET DECREES FIXED ZONES FOR ITS POPULATION Buffer Frontier Strips for Politically and Socially Desirable Planned Russia Separated Into Three Areas to Investi gate Every Inhabitant MOSCOW April Soviet Government Issued a mo mentous decree today establishing fixed zones of residence for its popu lation of 160000000 citizens and set ting up buffer strips along both the eastern and western frontiersto be made up exclusively of politically and socially desirable elements of th people The decree divided Russia iutc three main areas The first will b the rigidly restricted zone from whlcl the hostile classes and elements wil be expelled Tliis zone will be made up of Mos cow Leningrad Kharkov several other of the largest cities scores of industrial centers and the 100 kilo meter zone along the entire westcrr frontier In this zone alone the decree in volved the revision of a population o more than 15000000 persons The decree extended tho passport system already applied to some of the larger cities to all of the Soviet Union It revealed that tho aim ot the passport system was nofc only to depopularize overcrowded cities but also to strengthen popular morale in the more important industrial and strategic regions which would be es pecially vulnerable in case of war or foreign intervention The new policy represented a mass meeting of population without a prec edent in the history of the world Every inhabitant of the restricted zone will be rigidly investigated under the decree and any found wanting will be expelled Influx of new popu lation was practically halted by the establishment of two other zones The first of these takes in all other urban and industrial sections Includ ing a certain portion of the agrarian population Passports will be rcquirec by all inhabitants regardless of their class origin or political status The other zone includes the re maining majority of the Continued on Last CLOSING ORDER FOR BEER EMPORIUMS Beer dispensing emporiums that have remained open until the early morning hours since the advent of 302 beer must close at 1 a m police decreed last night Police details visited several places where lights were burning and beer was flowing at 1 a m today and or dered the proprietors to close One alleged proprietor in a hotel building on East Sixth street refused to com ply with the order but after police ordered about 40 patrons from the place and threatened the defiant In dividual with arrest ho meekly com Dlied and promised to obey the order n the future Chief of Police John Vance and Police Superintendent J H Deaven port will personally supervise visiting squads to see that the order is strictly adhered to 4 DIE IN PLANE CRASH BERLIN April persons including a woman were killed today when a new Junkers plane crashed near Traunstcin In Bavaria on a trial flight The plane Decently was purchased by the Eu Company and was destined for service In China APPOINTED TAX COLLECTOR Prank Dobson of Naamans Creek Ondcn has been appointed by he county courLs as tax collector for Upper Chlchester He fills the va cancy caused by the resignation of Howard K Major of Boothwyn who was elected to the office two years u s TARffFTRUCE Davis Special Envoy Makes It to Economic Conference Group LONDON April organizing Committee of the World Economic Conference met here today aeard an American proposal for an nternational tariff truce and then et June 12 as the date for convoca ion of the parley Meetingin the foreign office in Downing street the delegates listened ttentlvely while Norman H Davis peclal American ambassador set orth President Roosevelts plan for n armistice on trade restrictions to Continued on Last Pajje NEW GOVERNOR OF PUERTO RICO Twelve years ago a Rooscvcltfor President advocate Robert H Gore Florida publisher selected for ap pointment as governor oC Puerto Kico is shown leavingthe White House aCtcr conferring with Presi dent Roosevelt URGE REDUCTION OF BOROUGH TAX Sharon Hill Residents Give Assessment and Tax Questions Consideration William H Duncan tossed a vcrba bombshell into the School Board situ ation at a meeting of tho Sharon Hill Association held in the Borough Hall last night After addressing tho associatlori on the tax aiid assessment situation Duncan brought to light the fact that the majority of the boroughs in that section of Delaware county had elimi nated one or both the borough oc cupation tax and the percapita tax explaining that Colwyn has no oc cupation tax and Collingdale Darby Darby township Glenolden Fplcroft and Lansdowne havo eliminated both forms of taxation mentioned He suggested to the members of the association that they propose the elimination of these forms of taxa tion in the borough of Sharon Hill and after putting his suggestion in the form of a motion the meeting went on record as favoring the pro position Mr Duncan also spoke of his visit to the Board of Assessment and Re vision of Taxes at Media stating he had received very cordial treatment Continued on Last Page REP 15RIGGS DIES WASHINGTON April Rep Clay Stone Briggs Democrat of Texas died suddenly today He was serving his seventh term in Congress from the Galveston district and was 57 years old EARTHQUAKE RECORDED LOS ANGELES April A slight earthquake tremor was re corded here at 7Ma m The telephone company reported the trcmfalor also was felfc at nearby Compton and at Long Beach 25 from here No damage was reported LOCAL CHARTERS ISSUED HARRISBURG April Issuance of charters to Pennsylvania corporations was announced by the office as follows Chester Hosiery Distributors Ches cr Chester Plush Manufac turing Company Chester Advance Clock Tonight Daylight Saving Begins Daylight saving time returns to this and many other communities of the state and nation tomorrow at 2 a m Beforeretiring tonight clocks and watches should be ad vanced one hour The hour of sleep which will be forfeited tonight will be regained the last Sunday in September when the return to standard time will take place Many transporta tion companies have arranged new schedules to be put into effect with daylight saving time Tells of Plane Crash in Snow Isolated Four Days Editors Note A French passen er plane enroute from the Island of Corfu to Marseilles was reported missing Sunday It was found in the nowbojaTS mountains of Southern taly Five of its passen ers were dead three were barely live having been marooned in the nattered cabin five days with little ood Herein Is the personal story of Madame Mannle GIgaudet one of the urvivorsJ MORANO Province of Calabria aly April Man le GIgaudet recounted to the United ess today her terrifying experiences hile imprisoned for five days in the abin of a wrecked hydroplane near lie bodies of five dead companions Madame Gigaudet and the two other survivors of the French Orient passenger hydroplane were brought into this mountain village by Fascist militiamen who discovered them yes terday They were In a pitiful state from their long exposure but Ma dame Gigaudet despite her fatigue consented to tell her story We were buried in mountain snow she said The plane was wrecked all the shelter that remained for us was the cabin of the plane There were three of us The bodies of pur five companions were buried beneath the machine under the snow We could not see them and we could not dig them out We knew it was Continued on Last Pare SALARY CUTS FOR STATE EMPLOYES UP IN ASSEMBLY G 0 P Organization Plan to Be Revived in Bills Being Written New Idea Supplants Far mer Scheme Gov Pin chot Included HARRISBURG April State employes learned with a new apprehension today that the Repub lican organization leaders of Gen eral Assembly plan to revive salary cutting efforts next week And we wont fail this time was the ominous warning given by one of the leaders to the employes who breathed easily for the first time in months when the House defeated the Howell resolution Since the 1933 session started salary slicing plans have occupied much at tention caused considerable lobbying and resulted only in passage of legis lation to reduce teachers and legis lative salaries and in Governor Pin chots announcement he was taking a voluntary 10 per cent cut The Howell resolution proposed ra 20 per cent cut of all salaries in ex cess of It had the backing of the organization and was readily passed in the Senate But for weeks it was kicked1 around the House awaiting a favorable moment Ono day the leaders brought it out of hid ng and had it passed Within five hours the passage was reconsidered and tho proposal defeated A new plan will supplant the Howell move it was announced to The were not complete but by Monday night when the Leg islature reconvenes the organization 4 ul be ready with its proposal for Which it claims success Two percentage cuts are being con sidered ona for 10per cent and the other for 15 Two allowances ara being studied one for persons re ceiving Jess than and the other for those under The new plan will not involve salaries of the State Judiciary It will affect the present Legislature and be applied to state salaries of the new biennlum which begins June 1 The cuts will have to be volun vary but acceptances or refusals uffc bL writing a condition the state officials expected to use as a club The judiciary however will not escape On the postponed calendar m each house there 1s a bill cutting their salaries 15 per cent It applies only to Judges beginning new fenrS Further salary reductions also are proposed m the Turner bill on third reading In the Senate It lowers the salaries of the Governor department neads and bureau ernor is expected to veto this pro posal The Legislature was not very hesi tant in providing for lower salaries county city borough and town snip officeholders and workers With out debate and without a hitch the McCandless bill went through this week to reduce municipal payrolls through 20 per cent cuts on earnings in excess of tttose whole salaries are protected by law during ineir terms there was a provision for voluntary reductions This measure and the bills provid ing and cuts respectively for the 1035 legislators are before the Governor to whom the organization hopes this week to send the rest of the program AGREEMENT SIGNED Villanova College has entered Infco an agreement with Lower Merion township whereby the college will ba afforded tho facilities of the township system at an initial cost of 9cil38 and an annual rental of U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April The Treasury net balance for April 27 was Expenditures that day were Customs receipts for the month through April 27 were Congress Today By UNITED PRESS Senate House and committees in recess until Monday Topics of Times Tomorrow starts all of us on daylight iaving With things like they have years past about all that most of us cansave After we go to bed tonight most of is will lose an hours sleep And it isnt on account of wondering when ney will begin to pave Second street Theres no truth in the rumor that a western judge who was dragged off the bench and had a noose placed neck by a mob remarked Well Ill be hanged Dollar in London Gains Sharply reads a caption It always had a big jump on me remarks Byron of Glenolden Thirteen coal barges moored in Hudson River were swept by flames Looks like the life of a barge sailor Is on a par with what Sherman said war Is A county man advocates 7 newly married couples plant two trees in celebration of their wedding No doubt he means pair Weather WASHINGTON April Pennsylvania Fair onight and Sunday Cooler in north and east portion tonight Western Pennsylvania Fair tonight nd probably Sunday little change ia emperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 8 a m52 10 a m 80 7 a m52 11 a m Gt 8 a m56 Noon 68 9 a m 53   

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