Chester Times, May 1, 1933

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May 01, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE JON I.IS. ENDIX* DECEMBER 31. 19.12 20,328 FIAL EDITION it it ic it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.581. Dally Lea9*6 WI rf Rf porta of United Proa* and International Sew* Service (ISSI i UPI LEGISLATURE IS LIKELY TO ((LIT EM) OF THIS WEEK Assemblymen Believe To* night's Session Begins Final Period Rush to ( lear Calendar of Several Important Bills Is Planned HARRISBURG. Pa. May I—(UP) —Salary reduction* of IO per cent after a $1000 allowance for all alate official* and employes were proposed today in a net* resolution prepared by the State Republican Organization The resolution probably will be presented 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 IO per cent A former proposal for a 20 per cent reduction over $750 was defeated in the JJouse. The organization is determined to push the new plan through this week. Also scheduled for final enactment wit bin £■ few days, are the beer control ann tax bills, the financial codes, highway legislation, the Turner administrative code bill and relief appropriations, These measures, with the general appropriation bill, constitute 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 th! -object of a conference in the Governors office today, with Sen. Harry Scott and Rep. Joseph Steedle, committee chairmen, participating. They will seek to arrive at a compromise figure between the $129.-000,000 Pinchot asked and the $116,- Continued on Page f ourteen BOYS’ ( LUB REPAIRS HUNDREDS OF SHOES Member* of the Chester Bovs’ Club. Third and Kerlln streets, during the month of April repaired 685 pairs of shoes which were distributed to school children and members of worthy poor families in this city and in the county The shoes were repaired on requisition from the Chester Relief and Family Welfare Association, the Chester branch of the American Red Cross Society and the principal* of the various schools STILL FOUND IN MANSION ONCE • CAPITAL” OF SOCIAL REALM CHESTER. PA.. MONDAY, MAY I. 19153 5 MAY DAY BOMBS PERU PRESIDENT CAI SE DAMAGE TO IS SLAIN AFTER 5 CHICAGO FIRMS TROOPS’ REVIEW! Dynamite Explosions Laid Sanchez ('crrn Shot at to Communists Involve    Lima Race Track,    Dies Big C orporations    in Bos pital Moscow Millions Throng Troops Kill Assassin— St reels. Sing, Bass Tomb    Congress Fleets    Sucres* of I a h in    sot at Once BEN-BEBE-BABE EUROPE BOUND CHICAGO May    I— < UP)—Five dynamite bombs, exploding just outside the loop at one minute intervals, were felt throughout Chicago today as they caused heavy damage to buildings of five major corporations Police said the bombs undoubtedly o» May Day token of Us, and started a wide-for Communists An ion to arrest every unfed Anarchist and building* were placed un-uard on orders of Police r Allman, who feared on* directed at other coronis came shortly after The detonations in the afening Scores of calla j event police and fire st a* ion'- pul>ii< thrown into a frenz Gurgling irreverently In the huge mirrored mom where the late 'lr* Oilier ll. IV Belmont once ruled New fork society, one of the largest still* ever wired ill the New fork area w.i* d Im overed bv federal a«» nl* the top photo shows the huge boiler of the 3,096-$alkin still, the copper columns of which go through the celling into the late siwietv leader s ornate bedroom Below, exterior of the Belmont*’ former summer home where the still was found, l ive men. bunking in the servants' quarters, were arrested. were set a lit int I rxtrr spread seal order was known Co direct Act I All public drr double Com miss lot enore esp! potations Tile ex pl midnight loop were < poured into JKI and the loop wa as police cars ai the fire acene.v The buildings bombed were: The Illinois Bell Telephone Company main office, the Hibbard-Bpen-cer-Bartlett Hardware Company, Die Willett Big' and Teaming Company, - Warner Wholesale my, and the Marshall Uniform Division, all side of the loop I checkup, pollee range at $50,000, ii lido wn and door* For a block around office, where the se occurred, almost Un the Spra Grocery Cr Field Conn near the n After a hurrb ti nut ted the dm Hundreds of were shattered, the telephone heaviest dam HOISE TO PUSH ROOSEVELT TO INFLATION RILL CONTINUE PARLEY Keyed to Entrust Presi- Meet dent W ith Expansion of Italy, Currency every window was broken. Hana Nelson, watchman Willett Company, world'; cartage firm. was rut b Arthur Mason, watchman Marshall Field plant, was unconscious Equipment in the telephone rom* - pany    suffered heavily, * A loading S t a t es in e n From plH'! rm,***shed and debris “IX feet deep. HMA. Peru. May |~.UP>-All Peru wiis under rigid martial law today as police sought possible accomplices of Abelardo Hurtado De Mendoza, who assassinated President Luis M Sane hr* Cerro Hurtado De Mendon was killed by a volley of bullets Ared by members of President Cerro’* 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. General Oscar P Benavides, elected President at a hastily convened session of Congress a few hours after Cerro was killed, began his administration by refusing to accept resignations of members of the Cerro cabinet. He suspended horse raring, d theatre*, ordered all sport* postponed, snd prohibited assemblages Report* here indicated that all of d Are engine* tore to life country was calm. j Hurtado De Mendon’* aet wa* believed to have been on hts own in spiral ion In revenge for Cerro'* rigid suppression of the A P. R A . < American Popular Revolutionary Allianced a political party of which he was an ardent member He wa* arrested recently on a charge of distributing subversive propaganda Many Peruvian* hoped General Benavides, who will serve out Cerro'* I term expiring in 1936. would bring ani amicable end to the nation'* brawl with Colombia over the Amazon River Anam tai d Port of Lettlca. Cerro w*s engaged in furthering I he undeclared war when he was killed The Bania Beatrix race track PRICE, TWO CENTS TWO ARE KILLED, NJUI IN ALTO CRASHES Three Ridley Park Residents Hurt Seriously as Car Collides With Truck Prominent Rosemont Man Held for Causing Death of Pedestrian Three Ridley Park men are In th* Taylor Hospital, as the result of a motor crash at Chester pike and Rambler road, Glenolden, at 4 4$ o'clock th!* morning, when an automobile driven by Russell a. Congden, a Ridley Park pat ro man, was in collision with a parked motor truck driven by George Johnson, of Bedford, N. C. Congden. who suffered a laceration of the face, was removed to Taylor Hospital In a semi-conscious rondi-(lion    J.imes Smith. 23 West Hinckley ‘•Until Dill I von* I*, w Im I Be be Daniel* might    br vining    to her husband,    md    fT'brnthr^ Ben I ..... as    s\u entrust lorn with their    .....*•*--    1 1    of h’ ”i,nf of arrival al New three vinic, lit* ear gi-d vacation. . .....    ... ..I... in I.r ....... I* .mg in lip saving VO nrr miMi.mn. lM£l -    nt    «...    ' * ..hr entrust* him with their liabv daughter, Barbara, on thetr Oconr# Smith of Ridlev Park ail* s t ork from Hollywood the famous screen twosome, or rather. I    lea    andiSlT ■«.........        r.„„    lo.. »rn- JsSSmVsi,*2?mb MANY RHY ORDERS ROY SERIOUSLY IN STIK E MARKU HURT BY BULLET Prices Fractionally Higher Missile .lust Missed Several Every Point on New intr His .luirtilar Vein — N ork Exchange new in kn Continued on Page Fourteen TINK TM PLANNING WAR ON EPIDEMIC with marl toward thi There rn inflation n YORK. Mi nets ce! a whir! 933 pea led to b ket. TI I Pi—The May Day forward TI win Ii th put VV I ft Germany, China, This Week on Tariffs At of ti igue-Warner Company. Don's largest wholesale HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv United ercta) AT C ll I Rf HILL DO WMS I —Single Wave, Roulade, Bostonian flat. Abby, Rosa J., Ormnnt ( up, Rahuvka, sweet Talk 2—living Bere, Otrtfi, Pete, \milh.in Ifnpulikit. Pharahrad, \ arnall-ton, Thistle Bise, 3—-Catch Bn. Play Shoot. Irvouthere. Roanoke, I ad. lier Hero, Bill* Pat, Tejon. Go Yonder. 4— None). 5— i None I, 6—i None I, 7—i Hone) II—Belen. Mal Nan. Irmo l-.ke, Grrv Kittr, sp*cia* uiar. Banal Girl. f hene. Pretty Pennv. Weather, dear: trad, fast. WASHINGTON, May I — The Democratic majority < House, overwhelmingly inA: was keyed toaav to entrust Pi Roosevelt with almost ur power to expand ••*    *    .aid    c by billion* of dollars But v the House would have a cht register Its approv Wire or would have to wa I mon ow depended on the ne** of Republican oppo* the House began consider*! bill, leader* sought unamma for fast action on the expa tures of the measure. Final naAsagr today of rellef-lnAation bill pas Senate i* not po**ibl< House* parliamentary unanimous rouse nt UP fiber 96 IO of inAation at mr ti tu ition. ion of m ft W i ppa IH1NOTON, M UPV Thf •nt Boose- NEW I onlinurd on Page lourlern POLICE RI LING get in on the dnllai ; been piled up In t a half was appro* A* brokers gnu York Stock exchange floor ■    !    prior to the market opening Af a conferenre of atate and county wa* but one trend ’ We ha health official*, with member* of tile order* ” the Aoor traders sn id Tinicum Town*hip Board of Health, the opening showed tin* for way* and mean* were discussed for blocks nu,king up to 15.000 prevention of a possible epidemic of for Radio Corporation typhoid fever after the flood waters the Tran*-Lux ticker in the township have receded and home* made untenable bv the A cod riping the c's zeal to have and rupant of the ear, Harold V. Dempeey, of Dupont street, Ridley Park, a special officer, suffered a possible fractured knee. The automobile was wrecked. The motor truck, a* well a* another truck from Bedford, N. C., had I slopped at chester pike and Rambler road to change driver*, when the Ridley Park cnr collided with the larger vehicle, driving It abend Into the other truck driven bv .lame* Drayman. 'Hie Ridley Park men were returning from Philadelphia when the acc -.. ... I til .J .Shooting A ic! lins m Davis Wheeler, socially prom- —,    tnent    broker, of 1437 Orchard Way, Iv toting victims, two small Bowmen!, was arrested last night and a Nt ro .dull were v police of Lower Merlon township .anda N. gro adult, were    h|j| rar rjm down Rnd Die ( heater Hospital over .me pedestrian and Injured another, end, Iwo of the trio being ; The man killed was Gordon Lent*, 23, of Gladwyne. Hta companion. MEANS HIGHER COSTS ers on w Amba*! Argentin! Before ti be in Wa with el to id the dej ro discus on of r G Ji .f,/4 r farr by th under th rule*. B us eon- POW- vs ton re ton, of re today talesmen htna will tariff re -mey and Pre- Tlie hts ants who ha* been all defrn fd tuts who much listen to and ' oats,” • t.n ,r it' AT AI'FOR I I—Ransrt, Chiclero, Corbeau. Brastlr Water. 3—Merrv Windsor, Prinripio. Josephine D. Backward Never. Run On. fnfaneh, Run Buddv, l.eflore, l)e-eeptlve. 3—Ondott, Val J., (.aura ( lav, Pol-aire. Mr Michael, Our Pride, Major Gomez. Campdore. Dromho, Bone For. Lugano. 4—Monty M.. winging Girl, Petite 'n nee. Ymreiean Red 5— Bill Orange, Black Mammy. Hillsborough, Uncommon Gold, Pigeon Hole, Dollar Princess, 6— Lli/abeth S., Luck Piece, Brastir Celt, 7— Renounce, Prim ess Peri. Ilappv (.ad. Baggatawav. Kvho. Cav Bird. New Jct Weather, clear; track, muddy. however, the chamber could approve the inflation section at once Democratic leaders hoped the Republicans would abandon their hopeless struggle and grant this consent. If not, Speaker Ramey prepared to invoke the crushing power of hi* huge Democratic majority and enact a special rule forcing a vote tomorrow Administration spokesmen were confident that once Uieir followers had a chance to vote, they would overwhelmingly approve an inflaum-i*t policy. The Senate ha* voted three to one to give Mr Roosevelt power to issue $3.000 000.000 m additional paper currency, to re-vaiue the gold dollar, to order coinage of silver, to expand Federal Reserve credit by $3 000 000 000 and to accept silver from war debtors. of lh mier Mussolini'* finance minute expected to disc us* reduction Italy* $2 000,000 000 war debt* well a* general economic subject* The President’* ’ tariff truce” proposal wa* laid befor* the organizing committee of the world economic I onlinurd on Page Fourteen NEW TRAFFIC KULE HOTI I KUS MOTORISTS ill! the will to $4 tetrad of th It seem ti itv fat the court a that ta mystery around the Hall will mean the case* *rr going to be conducted different and those who fall by the wayside will have to foot the expenses of the new deal Heretofore, person* arrested bv are again habitable Present at the meeting in addition * to the local health board members » w, j vert Harry M Freeburn, of the Blate giving n% 0fIfna* Department of Health, Dr. C. J d In police court Dickey, state epidemiologist, Dr. C and In the future J. Btarbuck, county medical adviser, and Mr*. I, & Stevenson, county health officer Following the conference, health official* of the township Issued a there ) buy Aud great 11are* <1 out on Hmb wH de very oui rife came out, I United Steel I’ .ut! dule $1 35. year* ago the "rx panted an ordinance flx-eoat* iii all case* in police $1.35. Just when or why • wa* Axed I* Mime what a but a new scheme of thing* fractionally higher at aud then a* each fa this gain Increased ui ahot out: ‘X. 5000. 4«’*.’* That meant a gain of 1H point*, or a* wa* translated to the galleries, It meant that some trader, had he purchased the stork at the close Batur-dav had made a profit of about $h ooh Hut Ruppose he held Die stock af Du1 closing price of March 3. the day before the bank holiday. Ile had made re t rf r teflon* injuries while '    _    ---- _ ,    ....    : Mis* Regina France. 25. of Ardmore, ! escaped with minor Injuries. Cmitinuevf on Page Fourteen ARGUMENT CASES LISTED AT MEDIA statement offering all re*ident* of the township free Immunization from I’L’    , typhoid, if proper application to the    down    he    lust health officer I* made The treatmenta consist of three ln-! JecUon* of serum and will be effective for more than two year* The state and county authorities will co-operate in supplying and administering the Dcatrnent* Health authorities are urging those who use well water In the township to take advantage of the Immunisation treatment*. Telephone. one of the leader** opened with a $3,000 profit over Saturday's clo*<e on 3.f*»0 shares up $1 a share. General Motors showed a $20,600 profit on 20,000 shares after owning 5,000 city police were arraigned for hear- I    ------ int.. IM cml* .    JOHNNY AND SONN' JUST TOOK A WALK Continued on Page fourteen DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME IS HERE .•dunned with the third, one of the boys. it d Hfti trfunK given tientmrnli Pronounced drunk bv two pollra for a fie*h wound of the left hand. ' surgeon*, following hi* arrest in 'Hie ni<>.*t .•'erloiudy injured wa*    Llladwvna,    Wheeler    wa* held with- New Michael Monet, 13, of 2105 We*t    bHl1    *or ’be coroner* jury by Third att* et who wit . admitted to    Maglxtra    e    Franklin    Kromer, In Ard- the tn.stttuDon yesterday afternoon with a bullet wound in tile neck. The bullet, doctor* say, missed hi* jugular vein by a fraction of an Inch. The boy wa* walking *loqg the Baltimore and Ohio railroad In er township when a ahot rang out and he dropped, exclaiming i'm •hot.” Hts companion* ran to Concord road and hailed Richard Fdge, 515 Kerim street, who wa* motoring past. He carried the victim to hi* automobile and removed hun to the Ivuspi Later City Drteriivr Charles__ man arrested Michael Br 11 risk v7~ 71. 2422 Weat He« ond street, who Mid he wa* also oui hiking with two companion* and while crossing the Miller-Flounder*’ farm they found the rifle in a field. It bring covered by a burlap bag. He also claimed they found a bag eon!ming 20 bullet* with the rifle. Young B< husky la being detained at tlie House pending QU live*. The nth* Bown I 14 told police ver in I The court at Media today ta hearing argument* of counsel in a number of Common Plea* Court case*. Judges W. Roger Fronefield, John M. Broomall and Albert Dutton Mac-D\> have heroic them a hit of 37 ca«*, although It I* likely that a number of Dm case* will be continued. One of th# ca*e« listed I* the argu-.    merit on th# effort of the American Burely Company, of New York, rep- 1    resented bv Attorney E. Wallace j    Chadwick, to “open the Judgment'* entered by the county represented bv County Solicitor Albert J. Wll-•    rw ..    ham*, of the William T. R*m*ey >l    I a    n lop    h ,1(j Counsel will argue point* of tinning by county deter- jnw    *    r ter boy injured was Harry of 2<i6 Hunting st re 11 H«jj fie wits cleaning a rerolls la drrMYin when tile weappifi WI d Fou nile street, cai during th day night * Unawan of mot or Is et, between F.i Welsh street ed consider*b peak ti > mc r making mom a\e-i one-way conin tori sh Batur- CONTINUED WARM WEATHER FORECAST of the new order, ae ore* i made a right turn from Market street onto Fourth street, only to hear the shrill biset of a traffic cop* whistle Then they were compelled to bark and many times traffic on Market airan wa* snarled a* a rf suit Motorist* point out that the one-way signs are not conspicuous enough to br seen bv the casual visitor, especially the one* at Fourth and Mal Ret street*. ora ii v lodged bv the testifying cer. Someone recently discovered that thi* method was not the proper procedure and that information* should be made out in ell cases. The drawing up of the^e information* ta where the rub comes in. They cost money and from tin* date even inebriates who are alated at pollee station will have to pav these cost*, even lf they are discharged by the magistrate. ( LI B SPEAKER In spring time a young mans thoughts turn to something or other, but *uch thought* sometime* rause • heir pa rents a lot of worry, as was evidenced this morning bv a Mr* Barmie! Weakley, of 623 Penn street Mrs Weakley let her son Johnnie, 2 years old, out to play in the hack yard with a companion, a year older called ’Bonny,'' Shortly after 9 30 e st iiiciti and FOOD TALK ON RADIO Al PIMLICO I—Liberty Oak. Bu>>v spain. Willow King. Broads*ort!. 7—Banal. High And Mighty, fog-bound. Owen Martinez, Jubal, saunter. Buffet. I—Blackcock. Tech. Boundless. Purple iUIiSOt will be at 7 55 p Bus! roulette.    Daylight    Saving    Time. 4—f-eliciana. I remendoux. sand Bell, Lair Avis. 5—Bide \ Wee, Glen Burnie. My Constance. 6—Ile hesler. 7—Broadside Sun. Oetaroro, Fair Hilly. $—Lair Judge, Zenibla Night Vintage. Generally fair and continued warm MRS. R<MM \ ELT IN morrow rn Eastern Pennsylvania, y. Delaware and Maryland Shower* are probable tomorrow night. The highest temperature here yesterday was 76, degrees at 2 p rn . and the lowest was 55. at 7 a rn The average of 66 was eight above normal The highest temperature ever recorded here on April 30 was 91. in 1886 and the lowest was 34. in 1874 a rn. they disappeared and while the IS AN Nor NT ED neighborhood and a couple of cops were amrrhing for the missing pair various edifice* at "Sonny” returned, but couldn't even ice*. All Federal, r Donato Colafemina, of Lima, hint ax to the whereabout of Johnnie conductor of the music column At noon time Johnnie wax mter-Chester Time* will be the c,,Pt,’d *t Third *nd Market street*. ax he wa* heading for the riverfront, ie weekly mer)mg jjV patrolman Wright who had been Club, to be held given a description of the missing ’ in the Y W C 1 child and recognized him aa he wan-nth and Bproul dcred aimlessly along the street Mrs former of the guest speaker at of Chester Bi wan at noon Wedne*d A. building. Be street*. The meeting I* the celebration of Mis Colafemina Daylight Saving Time made its 1933 debut yesterday, its return causing a boom in the alarm clock industry and not a few disappointment* for those who jmld 111 tention to the advance p given it* advent Railroad rom pan I es, bu* Im other transportation unit* enrrd no trouble with th* schedules, all o|)« rating on ti time yesterday All church were conducted on daylight which seemed to work ii on worshippers, who thiom the morni county and pal department* are still o on Standard Time, but bai other financial institution* today on Daylight Time when O' • ii,it •rvirei time hardxhif iced th* "IU •eidrnuily di third victim of 725 Mary atreet {airt of hi* left forearm ahot i shotgun exploded pre-mr day afternoon. Silt-itioned at the hospital and hi* story wa* lo Die he wa* Running for groundhog* In the vicinity of Ward .•latum Saturday afternoon and while ••limning ovei H fence the trigger of Die weapon la f ame engaged in hi* ■ iolhmg and discharged the shell. IAN 11 YOUTHFUL HALL PLAYERS HURT SI KLEHN HH I N|| Bl RNN Clar* Hayer, of 303 West Ninth . street, th • city. wa* admitted to th* j Che Mer Hospital, for treatment of er Sutton brush burn* of the leg, suffered in an had yie automobile accident. Congress Today <Hy pmirn PKIXX) RENATE Debate* Tennessee Vallejr-Mu»cl# I Shoal* development bill. Judiciary em    i    'insider*    roo* - tine business. HOISE Take* up farm relief-inflation bill. OX net OMI BV CVS be WASHINGTON. Mav 1~<IN8> — Food, houxing and recreation are lh# three great essential* in the proper appropriate topic • arc for American children. Mr*, banty, manager to “Mu will WI of the V MT INA I ION Kll.US I IV Franklin D Roosevelt declared today Uounty Chamber of Commerce in rat address dedicated to the be chairman of the meeting devoted to c Week” and po«k on an ROME May I 'UP' Ten children lam V Dele- have died in the province* of Venire and Rovigo after vaccination with vnii faultily-prepared anti-diphtheria serum, it wa* announced today. Delaware Mr*. Dorothy Hickey Copley road, Stonehurst come bv ga* yesterday w pot boiled over and Du tinguixhed the flame. Si unconscious by her flat Helen Hickey, 22    T.»k* ware County Hospital, was revived. Two small boy* were treated at the Chester ibixpital for injure Miftrrrd wlule playing baseball yea terday. They were; Flank Tuille, 12. of Eddystone, who xprained hi* wrist when he fell while running for a ball in a field near hi* home, and Carl H'alloni, 5 year* old. of 504 Went 8< • ond street, who wa* hit on the head by a tail, accidentally thrown by a playmate during a game in the street near hi* home. M AGIST It ATES* MEET ING ’s I I opiesof J imes A man here wa* presented with a Carnegie Medal for pulling a woman out of flaming water. Isn't that just so different? Most men are blamed for getting a woman in hot water. St plum CoUetta is invited to so nianv blow out* that he can never lay claim to being the "forgotten man.'* Sunrise today wa* at 601 a. m , and Fluid Health Day exercise* being rn , Eastern I . >. TRE RT BALAM I WASHINGTON, May I INS' — Treasury balance as of April 28 $250.-220.889 30; expenditures $14 897.-614 42; custom* receipt*. $16 710,342 25, ved all over the country. "Let us forget appearance* and deal primarily with neceauile*.'’ she said. and count among these necessities the well-fed healthy body and cheerful spirit Food is vital and not merely any food which you may happen to have, but the right kind of food.’* Story of Money To Be Told in Picture Form The Chester Time* will tell the story of money in illustrated form. in a series of daily picture atrip* that have been prepared by Willis Thornton, staff writer in financial subjects, and Art Krcnz. staff artist. The.se daily chapters. 12 in number, will present the story cl man * mediums of exchange from the days when the first crude coins supplanted primitive bart#; down to the present. They will tell, especially, the history of money in America, the events leading up to the preset ■ proposals for c .rWafV inflation and explain measiiws of that nature which have been'suggested Reader* who are interested in money—and who urn t will .‘Bid a fascinating story and many interest mg facts bearing on today's financial dilemma in this plus* 'rated series which begin* id the Chester Times today and «■ be found on page 14 -h Annual Chester Bons' Week Activities Get Underway jr. ‘ Knuc kle Down ' is the pass word for today’* feature of Bovs' Week All the marble shooting champions of the public and parochial school* in Chester and vicinity will gather in four districts and concentrate their "aggies’ to keep them in the running for the county, *tate and national titles Young and old are expected to gather at the several sites and arrangement* have been made to give large crowds opportunity to witness the crowning of four district champions. District No 2 contests will begin in Des! ong Park at 4 p rn., under William H Krell will be in charge of the Distr.f t No 7 play-off on the Boy*’ Club playground, at Third and Ulrich streets. The schools that will vie for honors there will be Franklin Lincoln, St Anthony, High School, Howell. Patterson, Eyre, Upland and Immaculate Heart At Dewey School, Harold Boyer will judge the champion among the representatives of the following schools: MOTOR TROUBLE MARS YACHT TRU* Women Kassen^ers Are Transferred to Plane f rom Iii»ahle<! ( raft An outing on a 35-foot cruiser yacht owned bv E B Hey, of Lansdowne. this county, yesterday proved to be an interesting adventure, including a breakdown of the yacht s motor which kept the occupants marooned in the middle of the river off Edgemoor. Del, for several hours The women member* of the party were taken to Exetngton in a seaplane piloted by Frank MUI*, local aviator Tile party left Wilmington for E&ungton shortly before noon arid upon reaching a pojnt in rmd-stream opposite Edgemoor, a part of the boat’s mechanism broke and could IMPRESSIVE SERVICES HELD But right now the forgotten man veerm to be a fellow named Chard# tis who once swam the English ARRESTED IN BELAM IRE Among six motorist* arrent*d State Police st the l*« nnv H I I Don over the week-end was Naif* 8. Gordon, of this city. who fined $10 and costs for reekier* di lr." Ail fine* were in Upwards of 300 person* are experted to attend the second anniversary banquet and entertainment of channel or something. the Mag intra tea' Association of Del- j    ——— aw re County, which will be held to- An Eleventh ward resident named fii'wrow evening in the firehouse of Popoulossovltch came to this coun- floral Police Department Magistrate Jourdan at ILI Honors Memory of Departed Comrades by Collingdale Fin* Company No Brief addresses by prominent DG* ware county official* and a floe show by professional entertainer will feature the affair. His firxt police memorial service was held yesterday afternoon In the auditorium of the Elks Home, Fifth and Welsh streets, hy the local chapter of Fraternal Order of Palice in the presence of municipal officers, clergymen, relatives of deceased police officers and about fifty members ; of the police department The service was called to order In the form of a meeting by the president. William Stewart, who introduced Rev Stanley V Wilcox, rector of St Pauls P ¥ Church, Broad and Madison streets, who offered the invocation. The roll of living member* was May Day, Held World Over By Political Extremists try to make a name for himself. He ♦•lid. JU* changed to Smith. * The Dumbed# of Lenni thinks run-, nlng a matrimonial agency is Just A sor\ of male order business. Herman Ke.    us a fellow j worker at the big suds factory recently xhkved off his beer strainer, j but be s getting along very nicely : without it. (By The I oiled Pres*) May Day, festival of political extremists, was celebrated today with bombs in Chicago, an exultant display of military strength in Moscow, a Fascist hqlitiny in Berlin, and extensive police precautions in large (Hies throughout the world. United Press dispatches reported In Germany. Chancellor Adolf Hitler seized upon the day to rally his Beer dispensaries here ar# new |    supposed 4jo close up at I a. m. But I    few w2io are drinking in ’em at that time like- to go home that early. Ixrndf ii planned a “Joy Week.” but Nazi    force*    and    outline    his    p. rn*    for    postponed it until 1934. Probably '/a    next    •.•    ar,    thus    taku    ii    lim    the    foun{j tii<*y had everything but th# radicals there traditional day s cele- )0V bration    1 3' The entire police force of 19 OOO w on duty in New York where ae vt socialist and communist parades a meetings were scheduled. Usual May Day guard? were maintained a’ J. P j W ASHINGTON, May I—Weather I I be Weather Dewey, Thurlow, Clayton. Horace- Mann. St. Hedwig. Marcus Hook,; not be repaired Emmanuel B Hey, Trainer. Resurrection and Franklin,    owner of    the yacht, rowed ashore of Chester township.    j    and arranged for the service* of a At Booker T Washington School, a towing party from Essington Mean-Districl No. 9 champion will be    while. Mills flew overhead in his air- the direction of Harry    A    Hynes,    crowned by W K Valentine. The    plane and    recognizing the craft at member of the general boys’ week following school* will participate: anchor, alighted on the water a few committee, in charge    of    marble    Jones, S'ephen Douglass, Harvey,    feet from    the boat with a cheery shooting The following    schools will    Watts OartMde and Booker T Wash-    '‘Hello” to    his former student pilot, furnish one representative each a " ■ u    ^    .    ..    Five    alma*t simultaneous bomb Morgan it Co, Rockefeller Home* j forecsst-Kastern Pennsylvania. • Hied by Director Harold Hughes, blasts Just outside Ch. ago a Loop did and Of fie and ether » tabli turn nt s    Lair    tonight. Tuesday, mostly ..rid was answered by sergean -a’- hl lVy property dam -gi early this which might be made a targe' of ex- cloudy wall probable showers In morning, and aroused sleeping CUI- J tremuts    afternoon    in    we,t    and    north    portion. arm* J. .FL Deavenport. superintend- Vienna troop* barricaded thorough- litiic change in temperature. fares leading into the cit) s cont r Western Pennsylvania:    Cloudy, with barbed wire posted infantry and probably showers and thunderstorms the De*.long ling: Eighteenth Street Morton Avenue I ark rn, Eddystone, Jeffers. St Robert's, Starr, Smedley Jr High W the rill. St Rose of Lima. St. Michaels, Martin, Parkside and Brookhaven. rnt of police. The roll of deceased    gz»nx    in a    20-mll# area including member* was then called by Hughes    almost the    entire city. Police be- Chsef of Poi." John    Vance    ;    mb v * re < • by poll-  .........        .... -JiU    .......... euiogi/ed the dead cf the depart mein    ural extremist*, pointing out that j    machine gun unit*, and warned    that    tonight    and    Tuesday;    cooler    Tues- ir, hi* adore**, Ihey Answer the    large corpoinuon* have no connection    any att# mpt of demonstrators to    pa s    dav    night    and    in    west    portion    iii Call No More"    with    each other and no reported labor .the barriers would be met with gun- afternoon A firing squad, componed of mem-    difficulties were the victim* Police    fire mgton    Mr    Hey,    and    the    latter    *    guest*.    He    I    hers of Company C, Illth Infantry,    concentrated on a search for known    In Paris the day was unusually Bovs to the number of 1500 attended    then    took the three women of the j fired three volleys in the stillness of    Communists.    quiet and    no extra guards were ir^ the Stanley Theatre Saturday morn-    party    aboard the plane and flew with    the Sabbath afternoon. Tile squad    More than    I OOO OOO singing, shout-    evidence. mg to officially open the festivities of    them    to Es mg ion His passengers    member* were Sergeant Racco Pas-    mg Russians,    including many    military Dispatches from Lima Peru, showed Boys Week. John Mulhall, who was    were    Mrs E B Hey and Mrs George    quale, commanding the squad; Ber- j unit*, paraded through Red    Square,    that there    was no May Day Mgnifi- TOD.AY’S TEMPERATURES 6* a 7 a. rn. 8 a. rn. C ontinued on Page f ourteen Continued on Page f ourteen Continued on Page fourteen — 'in Moscow, where Joseph Stalin, j ranee to the assassination yesterday 9 a. m 6(5 un Russian diOMor, reviewed them. pl President Luis M. Sanchez Cerro.» Ii) a. rn.  .....66 m.......56    ll    a.    rn. 56 Noon ... 65 I p. rn. 2 p. rn. 68 70 70 70 J ;

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