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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17581 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP anci International News Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY MAY 1 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS LEGISLATURE IS LIKELY TO QUIT END OF THIS WEEK Assemblymen Believe To nights Session Begins Final Period Rush to Clear Calendar of Several Important Bills Is Planned STILL FcuANpDTiN MANSION ONCE MAYDAY BOMBS j PERU PRESIDENT IS SLAIN AFTER HARRISBURG Pa May reductions of 10 per cent after a allowance for all state j officials and employes were proposed today in a new resolution prepared by the State Republican Organiza tion The resolution probably will be pre sented when the General Assembly begins its eighteenth week tonight This week may end the 1933 session Most legislators believed it would The new pay cut proposal meets what Governor Pinchot has intimated he will accept for state workers He cut his own salary a flat 10 per cent A former proposal for a 20 per cent reduction over was defeated in the House The organization is determined to push the new plan through this week Also scheduled for final enactment few days are the beer con trol ana tax bills the financial codes highway legislation the Turner ad ministrative code bill and relief ap propriations These measures with the general appropriation bill con stitute the major legislation and when that is cleaned up the members can go home until the Governor calls his expected special session The general appropriation bill formed the subject of a conference in the Governors office today with Sen Harry Scott and Rep Joseph Steedle committee chairmen partici pating They will seek to arrive at a compromise figure between the 000000 Pinchot asked and the C on tinned on Page Fourteen BOYS CLUB REPAIRS HUNDREDS OF SHOES Members of the Chester Boys Club Third and Kerlin streets dur ing the month of April repaired 685 pairs of shoes which were distrib uted to school children and members of worthy poor families in this city and in the county The shoes were repaired on requisition from the Chester Relief and Family Welfare Association the Chester branch of the American Red Cross Society and the principals of the various schools FROM RACES TODAY By CnJted Press AT CHURCHILL DOWNS Wave Roulade Bostonian Gal Abhy Rosa J Ormont Cup Babuska Sweet Talk Dere Ozlti Pete Amillian Hopulikit Pharahead Yarnall ton Thistle Wise On Play Shoot Aryouthere Roanoke Lad Her Hero Billy Pat Tejon Go Yonder Mai San Arrow Like Grey Kitty Spectacular Banal Girl Chene Pretty Penny Weather clear tract fast AT AURORA Chiclero Corbeau Drastic Water Windsor Prmcipio Joseph ine D Backward Never Run On Infaneh Run Buddy Lefiore De ceptive Val J Laura Clay Pol aire Sir Michael Our Pride Ma jor Gomezr Campdore Drombo Done For Lugano M SingingGirl Petite Annee Amreican Red Orange Black Mammy Hills borough Uncommon Gold Pigeon Hole Dollar Princess S Lack Piece Drastic Celt Princess Peri Happy Lad Baggataway Kybo Gay Bird Weather clear track muddy AT PIMLICO Oak Busy Spain Willow King Broadsword High And Mighty Fog bound Owen Martinez Jnbal Saunter Dusky Tech Boundless Purple Dust Poulette Tremendous Sand Bell Fair Avis A Wee Glen Burnie My Constance Sun Octaroro Fair Billy Judge Zembla Night Vin tage Story of Money To Be Told in Picture Form The Chester Times will tell the story of money in illustrated form in a series of daily picture strips that have been prepared by Willis Thornton staff writer in financial subjects and Art Krenz staff art ist These daily chapters 12 in num ber will present the story of mans mediums of exchange from the days when the first crude coins supplanted primitive barter down to the present They will tell es pecially the history of money in America the events leading up to the present proposals for currency inflation and explain measurVs of that nature which have been gested Readers who are interested in who find a fascinating story and many inter esting facts bearing on todays financial dilemma in this illus trated series which begins in the Chester Times today and wiu be found on page 14 Gurgling irreverently in the huge mirrored room where the late Mrs Oliver H P Belmont once ruled New York society one of the largest stills ever seized m the New York area was discovered by federal agents The top photo shows the huge boiler of the 5000grallon still the copper columns of pvhich go through the ceiling into the late society leaders ornate bedroom Below exterior of the Belmonts former summer home where the still was found Five men bunking in the servants quarters were arrested Keyed to Entrust Presi d ent With Exp ansion of Currency WASHINGTON May UP The Democratic majority the House overwhelmingly inflationist was keyed today to entrust President Roosevelt with almost unlimited power and currency by billions of dollars But whether the House would have a chance to register its approval of inflation at once or would have to wait until to morrow depended on the stubborn ness of Republican opposition As the House began consideration of the bill leaders sought unanimous consent for fast action on the expansion fea tures of the measure Final passage today of the farm reliefinflation bill passed by the is not possible under the By chamber could approve the inflation section at once Democratic leaders hoped the Republicans would aban don their hopeless struggle and grant this consent If not Speaker Rainey prepared to invoke the crushing power of his huge Democratic majority and enact a special rule forcing a vote tomor row Administration spokesmen were confident that once their followers had a chance to vote they would overwhelmingly approve an inflation ist policy The Senate has voted three to one to give Mr Roosevelt power to issue 53000000000 in addi tional paper currency to revalue the gold dollar to order coinage of silver to expand Federal Reserve credit by and to accept silver from war debtors Senate Houses parliamentary rules unanimous consent however CONTINUED WARM WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair and continued warm is the forecast for today and to morrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Showers are probable tomorrow night The highest temperature here yes terday was 76 degrees at 2 p m and the lowest was 55 at 7 a m The ROOSEVELT TO CAUSE DAMAGE TO 5 CHICAGO FIRMS Dynamite Explosions Laid to Communists Involve Big Corporations Moscow Millions Throng Streets Sing Pass Tomb of Lenin CHICAGO May dynamite bombs exploding jusfc out side the loop at one minute intervals were felt throughout Chicago today as they caused heavy damage to buildings of five major corporations Police said the bombs undoubtedly were set as a May Day token of po litical extremists and started a wide spread search for Communists An order was given to arrest every known Communist Anarchist and direct Actionist All public buildings were placed un der double guard on orders of Police Commissioner Allman who feared more explosions directed at other cor porations The explosions came shortlv after midnight The detonations in the ijuonij lUttUiUU MeetsStatesmen From was demolished and debris was sir fpAf roon Italy Germany China this Week on Tariffs WASHINGTON May apparent success of President vents tariff truce proposal encouraged the administration today as it pre pared for a second series of con ferences with envoys of foreign pow ers on ways to end the depression Ambassador Tomas Lebreton of Argentina was expected here today Before the week is over statesmen from Italy Germany and China will be in Washington to discuss tariff re duction stabilization of money and price increases Signor Guidp Jung of Italy Pre mier Mussolinis finance minister is expected to discuss reduction of Italys war debts as well as general economic subjects The Presidents tariff truce pro posal was laid before the organizing committee of the world economic i Continued on Page Fourteen NEW TRAFFIC RULE BOTHERS MOTORISTS The new police order making Fourth street between Edgmont ave poured into police and fire stations and the loop was thrown into a frenzy as police cars and fire engines tore to the fire scenes The buildings bombed were The lUinois Bell Telephone Com pany main office the HibbardSpen cerBartlett Hardware Company the Willett Bus and Teaming Company the Sprague Warner Wholesale Grocery Company and the Maishall Field Company Uniform Division all near the north side of the loop After a hurried checkup police es timated the damage at Hundreds of windows and doors were shattered For a block around the telephone office where the heaviest damage occurred almost every window was broken Hans Nelson at the Willett Company worlds largest cartage firm was cut by debris Arthur Mason watchman in the Marshall Field plant was knocked unconscious Equipment in the telephone com pany suffered heavily A loading platform was demnlishprf nnr was six feet deep At the SpragueWarner Company one of the nations largest wholesale Continued on Page Fourteen NEW POLICE RULING MEANS HIGHER COSTS The high cost of giving by defend ants who are fined in police court has oeen boosted and in the future all defendants who listen to the judge say so much and costs will have to pay costs amanting to S4 instead of the old schedule It seem that some years ago the city lathers passed an ordinance fix ing the costs in all cases in police court at Just when or why that rate was fixed is somewhat a mystery but a new scheme of things around the Hall will mean the cases are going to be conducted different and those who fall by the wayside will have to foot the expenses of the new deal Heretofore persons arrested by city police were arraigned for hear ings the only charge being that orally lodged by the testifying offi cer Someone recently discovered that this method was not the proper procedure and that informations should be made out in all cases The drawing up of these informations u HA wt ti UJJ CiUJOC JO nue and Welsh street a oneway i where the rub comes in They cost street caused considerable confusionI money and from this date even in 4 r ebriates who are slated at police sta tion will have to pay these costs even if they are discharged by the magistrate during the peak traffic rush Satur day night Unaware of the new order scores of motorists made a right turn from Market street onto Fourth street only to hear the shrill blast of a traffic cops whistle Then they were com pelled to and many times traffic on Market street was snarled as a result Motorists point out that the oneway signs are not conspicuous enough to be seen by the casual vis itor especially the ones at Fourth and Market streets MRS ROOSEVELT IN FOOD TALK ON RADIO WASHINGTON May Food housing and recreation are the me Juwesc was oo at I a m The tutu icureuuun are tne average of 66 was eight above normaltnree great essentials in the proper a VIT rvti f WOTI n Hi 1 The highest temperature ever re corded here on April 30 was 91 in 1888 and the lowest was 34 in 1874 Sunrise today was at 601 a m and sunset will be at 755 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time U S TREASURY BALANCE care for American children Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt declared today in a radio address dedicated to the Child Health Day exercises being ob served all over the country Let us forget appearances and deal primarily with necessities she said and count among these necessities the wellfed healthy body and cheer ful spirit Food is vital arid not balance of April 28r any food which you may hap 22088930 expenditures to have but the right kind of 61442 customs receipts food CLUB SPEAKER IS ANNOUNCED Mrs Donate Colafemina of Lima former conductor of the music column of the Chester Times will be the Knuckle Down is the pass word for todays feature of Boys Week All the marble shooting champions of the public and parochial schools in Chester and vicinity will gather in four districts and concentrate their aggies to keep them in the run ning for the county state and na tional titles William H Krell will be in charge of the District No 7 playoff on the Boys Club playground at Third and Ulrich streets The schools that will vie for honors there will be Frank lin Lincoln St Anthony High School Howell Patterson Eyre Up land and Immaculate Heart AtDewey SchoolHarold Boyer will I T J TT AJLd4 VJJU OlJJfCL Will Young and old are expected to i judge the champion among the rep gather at the several sites and ar resentatives of the following schools rangements have been made to give DeweyThurlow Clayton Horace large crowds opportunity to witness Mann St Hedwig Marcus Hook the crowning of four district chamTrainer Resurrection and Franklin pions District No 2 contests wil begin in Deshong Park at 4 p m under the direction of Harry A Hynes member of the general boys week committee in charge of marble shooting The following schools will furnish one representative each at the Deshong ring Eighteenth Street Morton Avenue Larkin Jeff ens St Roberts Starr Smedley Jr High Wetherill St Rose of Lima St Michaels Martin Parkside and I Brookhaven At Booker T Washington School a District No 9 champion will be crowned by W K Valentine The following schools will participate Jones Stephen Douglass Harvey Watts Gartside and Booker T Wash ington Boys to the number of the Stanley Theatre Saturday morn ing to officiallyopen the festivities of Boys Week John Mulhall who was Continued on Page Fourteen Transferred to Plane From Disabled Craft TROOPS REVIEW Sanchez Cerro Shot at Lima Race Track Dies in Hospital Troops Kill Congress Elects Succes sor at Once LIMA Peru May Peru was under rigid martial law to day as police sought possible ioza who assassinated President Luis M Sanchez Cerro a volley of bullets fired by members of President Corros guard after the murder of the President yesterday One soldier was killed and three other soldiers and two civilians were wounded in a flurry of gun play Genera Oscar P Bcnavides elected President at a hastily convened scs ion of Congress a few hours after Derro was killed began his admlnis ration by refusing to accept resigna ions of members of the Cerro cabi net He suspended horse racing closed theatres ordered events postponed and public assemblages the country was calm Hurtado De Mendozas act was be lieved to have been on his own in spiration in revenge for Cerros rigid suppression of the A P R A Ameri can Popular Revolutionary a political party of which he was an ardent member He was arrested re cently on a charge of distributing subversive propaganda Many Peruvians hoped General Benavides who will serve out Cerros term expiring in 1936 would bring an amicable end to the nations brawl with Colombia over the Amazon River Port of Lettica Cerro was engaged in furthering the undeclared war when he was killed The Santa Beatriz race track At u conference of state and county health officials with members of the Tinicum Township Board of Health prevention of a possible epidemic of typhoid fever after the flood waters in the township have receded and homes made untenable by the flood are again habitable Present at the meeting in addition to the local health board members were Harry Ml Freeburn of the State Department of Health Dr C J Dickey1 stateepidemiologist Dr GJ J Starbuck county medical adviser and Mrs I H Stevenson county health officer Following the conference health officials of the township issued a statement offering all residents of thetownship free immunization from typhoid if proper application to the health officer is made The treatments consist of three in jections of serum and will be effective for more than two years The state and county authorities will cooperate treatments Health authorities are urging those who use well water in the township to take advantage of the immunization treatments JOHNNY AND SONNY JUST TOOK A WALK In spring time a young mans thoughts turn to something or other but such thoughts sometimes cause their parents a lot of worry as was evidenced this morning by a Mrs Samuel Weakley of 623 Penn street Mrs Weakley let her son Johnnie 2 years old out to play in the back yard with a companion a year older called Sonny Shortly after a m they disappeared and while the neighborhood and a couple of cops were searching for the missing pair Sonny returned but couldnt even At noon time Johnnie was inter cepted at Third and Market streets of Chester Kiwanis Club to be held at noon Wednesday in the Y W C A building Seventh and Sprou streets The meeting is to be devoted to the celebration of Music Week and Mrs Colafemina will spoak on an appropriate topic William F Dele hanty manager of the Delaware and Rovigo after vaccination with County Chamber of Commerce wil be chairman of the meeting given a description of the missing child and recognized him as he wan dered aimlessly along the street VACCINATION KILLS TEN ROME May children BENBEBEBABE EUROPE BOUND f aultilyp r e p a r e d antidiphtheria serum it was announced today IMPRESSIVE MARS YACHT TRIP SERVIpHELD Women Passengers Are Local Police Department Honors Memory of De parted Comrades An outing on a 35foot cruiser The first police memorial service yacht owned by E B Hey of Lans downe this county yesterday proved to be an interesting adventure in cluding a breakdown of the yachts motor which kept the occupants ma rooned in the middle of the river off Edgemoor Del for several hours were taken to Essington in a sea plane piloted by Frank Mills local aviator The party left Wilmington for Essington shortly before noon and upon reaching a point in midstream opposite a part of the boats mechanism broke and could not be repairedEmmanuel B Hey owner of the yacht rowed ashore and arranged for the services of a towing party from Essington Mean while Mills flew overhead in his air plane and recognizing the craft at anchor alighted on the water a few feet from the boat with a cheery Hello to his former student pilot Mr Hey and the latters guests He then took the three women of the party aboard the plane and flew with them to Essington His passengers were Mrs E B Hey and Mrs George Continued on Page Fourteen was held yesterday afternoon in the auditorium of the Elks Home Fifth and Welsh streets by the local chap ter of Fraternal Order of Palice in the presence of municipal officers clergymen relatives of deceased po lice officers and about fifty members ident William Stewart who intro duced Rev Stanley V Wilcox rector of St Pauls P E Church Broad and Madison streets who offered the invocation The roll of living members was called by Director Harold Hughes and was answered by Sergeantat arms Deavenport superintend ent of police Tfte roll of deceased members was then called by Hughes Chief of Police John Vance eulogized the dead of the department in his address They Answer the Call No More A firing squad composed of mem bers of Company C lllth Infantry flred three volleys In the stillness oJ the Sabbath afternoon The squac members were Sergeant Racco commanding the squad Ser Conlizuied on Page Fourteen TWO ARE KILLED NUMBER INJURED IN AUTO CRASHES Three Ridley Park Resi dents Hurt Seriously as Car Collides With Truck Prominent Rosemont Man Held for Causing Death of Pedestrian Hold thai Lyon is what Bebc Daniels be saying to her husband Ben Lyon as she entrusts him with their baby daughter Barbara on their arrival at New York from Hollywood The famous screen twosome or rather threesome just stopped off for a breather on the way to Europe for a well earned vacation IN STOCKMARKET Prices Fractionally Higher at Every Point on New York Exchange NEW YORK May financial districts celebrated Mny Day with markets which swept forward toward the 1933 peak There seemed to be no stopping the Inflation market The publics zeal to jet in on the dollar profits which have been piled up in the past month and a half was approaching fever heat As brokers gathered on the New York Stock Exchange floor today prior to the market opening there was but one trend We have buy orders the floor traders said And rhc opening showed this for great up to 15000 shares or Radio out on ihe TransLux tickers Prices were fractionally higher at the very outset and then as each favorite came out this gain increased until United Steel shot out X 5000 That meant a gain of 1 points or as was translated to the galleries it meant that some trader had he pur chased the stock at the close Satur day had made a profit of about But suppose he held the stock at the closing price of March 3 the day be fore the bank holiday He had made a profit of And so it went down the list Tele phone one of the leaders opened with a profit over Saturdays close on 3000 shares up a share Gen eral Motors showed a profit on 20000 shares after opening 5000 Continued on Fourteen Daylight Saving Time made its 1933 debut yesterday its return causing a boom in the alarm clock industry and not a few disappoint ments for those who paid little at tention to the advance given its advent publicity Railroad companies bus lines and other transportation units experi enced no trouble with the now schedules operating on the new time yesterday All church services wereconducted on daylight time which seemed to work no hardship on worshippers who thronged the various edifices at the morning serv ices All Federal county and munici pal departments are still operating on Standard Time but banks and other financial institutions opened today on Daylight Time OVERCOME BY GAS Mrs Dorothy Hickcy 55 of 409 Copley road Stonehurst was over come by gas yesterday when a coffee pot boiled over and the water ex tinguished the flame She was found unconscious by her daughter Miss Helen Hickey 22 Taken to Dela ware County Hospital the woman was revived ARRESTED IN DELAWARE Among six motorists arrested by State Police at the Penny Hill sta Ail fines were imposed by Magistrate Jourdan at Hillcrest Missile Just Missed Sever ingHis Jugular 1 of 3 ShootingVictims Three shooting victims two small whilte bojs and a Negro adult were the weekend two of the trio admitted with serious injuries while the third one of the boys was dis charged after being given treatment for a flesh wound of the left hand The most seriously injured was Michael Monet 13 of 2105 West Third street who was admitted to the institution yesterday afternoon with a bullet wound m the neck The bullet doctors say missed his jugular vein by a fraction of an inch The boy was walking aloijg the Baltimore and Ohio railroad in Chester township when a shot rang out and he dropped exclaiming Im shot His companions ran to Concord road and hailed Richard Edge 515 Kerlla street who was motoring past He carriedthe victim to his automobile and removed him to Later City Detective Chnrles man arrested Michael Belinsky w 2422 West Second street who said he was also out hiking with two com panions and while crossing the MU IcrFlounders farm they found trie rifle in a field it being covered by a burlap bag He also claimed they found a bag contining 20 bullets with the rifle Young Bclinsky is being detained at the House of Detention pending questioning by county detect 4 Three Ridley Park men are in the Taylor Hospital as the result of a motor crash at Chester pike and Rambler road Glenolden at 445 oclock this morning when an auto mobile driven by Russell A Congden a Ridley Park patrolman was in col lision with a parked motor trucls driven by George Johnson of Bed ford N C Congden who suffered a laceration of the face was removed to Taylor Hospital in a semiconscious condi tion James Smith 23 West Hinckley avenue another occupant of the car and a brother of Sergeant of Police George Smith of Ridley Park sus tained a broken leg and broken nose A third occupant of the car Harold V Dompsey of Dupont street Ridley Park a special officer suffered a pos sible fractured knee The automobile was wrecked The motor truck as weU as another truck from Bedford N C had stopped at Chester pike and Rambler road to change drivers when the Rid ley Park car collided with the larger vehicle driving it ahead into the other truck driven by James Drayman The Ridley Park men were return ing from Philadelphia when the ace dent occurred S Davis Wheeler socially prom inent broker of 1427 Orchard Way Rosemont was arrested last night by police of Lower Merion township after his car ran down and killed one pedestrian andinjured another The man killed was Gordon Lentz 23 of Gladwyne His companion Miss Regma Prance 25 of Ardmore escaped with minor injuries Pronounced drunk by two police surgeons following his arrest in Gladwyne Wheeler was held with out bail for the coroners jury bv Magistrate Franklin Kromer in Ard Continued oa Page Fourteen The other boy injured was Harry Kowal 14 of 206 Bunting street Hff told police he was cleaning n ver in his bedroom when the weapprr was accidentally discharged The third victim Wilmer Negro of 725 Mary street had the fleshly part of his loft forearm ehot away when a shotgun exploded pre maturely Saturday afternoon Sut ton was questioned at the hospital by detectives and his story was to the effect that he was for groundhogs in the vicinity of Ward station Saturday afternoon and while climbing over a fence the trigger of the weapon became engaged in his clothing and discharged the shell TWO YOUTHFUL Two small the Chester boys were treated at Hospital for injuries suffered while playing baseball yes terday They were Frank Tullle 12 of Eddystone who sprained his wrist when he fell while running for aball in a field near his home and Carl Stalloni 5 years old of 504 West Second street who was hit on the head by a bat accidentally MAGISTRATES MEETING are ex pected to attend the second anniver sary banquet and entertainment of the Magistrates Association of Del aware County which will be held to morrow evening In the firehouse of A UiiOt CUC JTVUIiy STIIL OtiC tUXUUoC Oi tion over the weekend was Nicholas Collingdale Fire Company No 2 S Gordon of this city who was Brief addresses by prominent Dela fined and costs for reckless driv ware county officials and a floor show by professional feature the affair entertainers May Dayf Held World Over By Political Extremists ARGUMENT CASES LISTED AT MEDIA The court atMedia today is hear ing arguments of counsel in anum ber of Common Pleas Court cases Judges WHQBerEronefield John M Broomali andAlbert Button Mac themyali3tr0t 37 cases likely that a dumber of will be con One oftlielicase5tlisted Is the argu ment onthegeffort of the American Surety Corripany of New Yorkrep resented by Attorney E Wallace Ohadwick to open the Judgment entered by the county represented by County Solicitor Albert J Wil liams of the William T Ramsey bond Counsel will argue points of law SUFFERS BRUSH BURNS Clara Bayer of 303 West Ninth street this city was admittedto the Chester Hospital for treatment of brush burns of the leg suffered in an automobile accident Congress Today By UNITED PKESS SENATE TennesseeValleyMusclo Shoals development bill Judiciary committee considers rou tine business HOUSE Takes up farm relief inflation Topics of Times A man here was presented with a Carnegie Medal for pulling a woman out of flaming water Isnt that just so different Most men are blamed for getting a womanin hob water Stephen Colletta is invited to so many blow outsthat ne can never lay claim to being the forgotten man But right now the forgotten man seems to be a fellow named Charlia Curtis who once swam the English channel or something An Eleventh ward resident named Popoulossovitch came to this coun try to make a name for himself He did He changedto Smith The pumbelle of Lenni thinks run ning matrimonial agency is just A of male order business By The United Press May Day festival of political ex tremists was celebrated today with bombs in Chicago an exultant display of military strength in Moscow a Fascist hqliday in Berlin and ex tensive police precautions in large cities throughout the world United Press dispatches reported Five almost simultaneous bomb blasts just outside Chicagos Loop did heavy property damage early this morning and aroused sleeping citi zens in a 20mile area including the entire city Police be lieved the bombs were set by poli tical extremists pointing out that large corporations have no connection with each other and no reported labor difficulties were the victims Police concentrated on a search for known Communists More than 1000000 singing shout Ing Russians including many military units paraded through Red Sauare in Moscow where Joseph Stalin Russian dictator reviewed them In Germany Chancellor Adolf Hit ler seized upon the day to rally his Nazi forces and outline his plans for the next year thus taking from the radicals there traditional days cele bration The entire police force of 19000 was on duty in New York where several socialist and communist parades and meetings were scheduled Usual May Day guards were maintained at J P Morgan Co Rockefeller Homes and Offices and other establishments which might be made a targetof ex tremists Vienna troops barricaded thoroueh fares leading into the citys center with barbed wire posted infantry and machine gun units and warned that any attempt of demonstrators to pass the barriers would be met with gun fire In Paris the day was unusually quiet and no extraguards were in evidence Dispatches from Lima Peru showed that there wasno May Day signifi cance to the assassination yesterday oTPresidentLuis M Sanchez Germ Herman Kestner tells us a fellotr worker at the big suds factory re cently shkVed off his beer strainer but hes setting along very nicely without it Beer dispensaries here are now supposed to close up at 1 a m Bufc few who are drinking in em at that time Dketp go home that early London planned Joy Week but postponed Jtuntil 1934 Probably found theyhad everything but the joy ibWeather WASHINGTON May Pennsylvania Fair tonight Tuesday mostly clondy Tinjth probable showers in afternoonIn west and north portion little change in temperature Western Pennsylvania Cloudy probably showers and thunderstorms tonight and Tuesday cooler Tues day night and in west portion in afternoon u u TOD AYS TEMPERATURES m56 11 a rn 7 a m56Noon 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 65 63 66 1 p m 2 p m 68 70 70   

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