Chester Times, May 2, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVI IONT2B, I ND1NG DECEMBER SI. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News or the Day 57TH YEAH—NO. 17.582. Dally Lea*ad Wire Report# of United Presa (UP) and International New* Service tINSi ('HUSTER, PA., Tl'ESDAY, MAY 2. IWS PRICE, TWO CENTS RFRR RFR!ll \TIO\ manhattan skyscrapers salute Der,ll HIAR I,r\ IIl/lt    BIGGEST    UNITED    STATES-BUILT    LINER IN PA. OCCUPIES THE LEGISLATURE Retailing May Be Put in (lass of Hunting and Dog-Owning Licenses Relief Issue Is Static— Organization to Probe Pinchot Bureaus HARRISBURG. Pa. May 2.—<UP> —Legislation placing Deer-retailing in J Pennsylvania under the same Keens- I mg system as "hunting and dog-own- \ mg permits'' came before the Penn- 1 Sylvania legislature todav for final ' consideration. The House had on its third reading I calendar the McClure bill already approved by the Senate and giving county treasurers authority to issue I wo kinds of permits to sell 3 2 beer one to distributors and the other to I retailers. Distributors are persons licensed j to sell beer for drinking off the prem- I mrs. Retailers are those permitted I to serve beer at tables or lunrh bars I in hotels, clubs or bona fide eating . places. Local option Is provided on I the "retailer'* provision, but not on I I Ik "(ii tribute: ' Ga: ification Bowing permits would be handled by the I State Alcohol Permit Board    j While the House took up the con-1 trol measure for final action, the I Senate had on its second reading calendar the tax bill placing a levy of $1.24 on every barrel of beer Revenue experts estimated the tax would ploduce $10 000 000 biennially for the state the money to be used for unemployment relief The relief question remained static for the second straight week with the agreement to raise $45,000,000 standing unchanged Three bills aflerting $8 OOO OOO in bank tax revenue forming part of the relief fund program were on the Senate calendar for final action after minor amendments. While Governor Pinchot controlled the beer and relief situations, the Republican State organization was brewing the ingredients for investigations of hLs insurance, property and supplies, banking, and education departments and of relief expenditures Resolutions for the firs! two in- CLEVER MARBLE SHOOTING MARKS DISTRICT PLAY Four School Boys Will Represent Chester in Finals at Lansdowne, Thursday VII Contests in Various Districts, Yesterday, Droved Exciting Some high class "spotting", "fen-j mug', "edging ana Omer tricks of the marbles trade, were displayed before a large crowd of cager partisans as four district champions were (crowned throughout the city in tile high spot of Hoys Week activities yes-j lordly afternoon The lads. who atli represent Cheater in the county finals lo ta* played j at I ansdowne, Thursday afternoon are Theodore Karpontch. ll-yrar-old youngster from Larkin School, winner of the District No 2 title play* at Deshong Park. Lawrence l<o*lniui 12-year-old flash" from Franklin School winner of District No 7 play at the Boys’ Club ball grounds, Third and Ulrich streets, Frank Ttmtnskl. 14 of St Hedwig* parochial achoo!, winner of the No. 8 district play-ofT held at the Dewey School grounds; and Janus Moore, 13-year-old Wait* school student who captured the hon- ( FOLDY, SHOWERS, FORECAST FOR TOD AN Mc idly cloudy in Eastern y, Delavan r will i>e sin ending tome skies are predicted Pennsylvania. New and Maryland. went tonight, prob* (ITOW morning, and *r weather tomorrow ie highest temperature here yes-ay was 79 degrees at 2 30 p rn , the lowest was 57, at 1.30 a. rn. average of 08 was ten degrees e normal for the date and seven ee.s above the average May I last Maximum temperature for the is 83. established in 1930, and mum 35, in 1878 in rise today aaa at 5 a, rn and Ds w tht lie at Ii 56 p. lying Time. rn, Eastern MEMORIAL!) VV PLANS ARK IN THU MAKING The first of a series of meetings to complete plan* for the annual observance of Memorial Day was held in the office of Mayor William Ward, Jr. last night, representatives from the various veterans' organizations being present. The meeting was a brief one. the plans being generally discussed. It was decided thai the yearly event be carried out along the same line* as last year, the services at St. Michael'* and Chester Rural cemeteries to be preceded bv a parade. Tile next meeting will be held in the Stevenson Post home, on West Seventh street, on the evening of May IO. SCORES DEAD IN TORNADOES IN SOI TH AND WEST louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri Toll May Reach IOO or More Northern Illinois Swept, Deaths Are Recorded— Town Wrecked in I,a. na HI L TINK I! isis TO ISL DISCUSSED: Sumc Departments of Trainer Plant on Seven Davs Per Week at T th the 1 Conj is nm Tease in n plant Th i im 11 _ .. iii., i»i ypii iig ini rill fir iiriii i" null r - i hut "Hair r iBWMMiiririnr" tt •• r . msmmm* ■' Largest vessel ever built in the I nited States, the new - * Washington is shown in this air view as she steamed prmidlv into New York at the end of her trial run from t .linden salute as it passed Chester on tis way lo the im ran. ( aptain George tried the liner in transatlantic service. N. J (inset I tie liner was given a musing of rest ne fame, will command quiries were approved in the House and sent to the Senate which was experted to act soon on the plans C ontinued on Page Ten r. S. I 111 X"l KH ItALANI t WASHINGTON May 2 -»IN8> — Treasury balance as of April 29 $240 752.591 92; expenditures, $4 907,-801 84; custom* receipt*. $17 400.022 59 COUNTY CHEMIST DENTED DIVORCE State Superior (our! Jurist Uphold* NI ac Dado’s Deem* in Knox ( a^e KILLED ON HIS FIRST DAY OF KM PLO A MLM firs of un 49. 41 Completing hi after six month! William A. Roger lyn avenue, Kirk jurrd when a Wi Company trolley struck fatally injured Rogers, in the Delaware Con where he wa* taken < with Kirk- r'SriiJS: truck and died later Hospital, Y pausing FRANK IL GRIFFIN GETS HIGH HONOR Technical Manager of the \ iscose ( o rn p a n y Is Named Director jots at the lh School In t j Some exciting each ring in the finalists in each matched, and lh struggle to re ma the city, county titles What is won have a chat quer further fields the tournament rot: be the classiest play sent Chester Over in Deshong Hynes, head of the contests for the It rn it fee, wa* In char I Washington dm No. 9 district play-off g tilts were waged in e several districts The i case were boy* evenly waged a desperate in the running for late and national ire, the boy* who lo go on and conure sponsors of ruddering them to * ever to repre- meii ixttnately o *n on the levrd to se lent for tin t full time c six lull lishment md men This ft high in It s perfectly all right to slap your wife or your husband while arguing providing you don't put too much weight behind the slap. Judge Baldridge of the Superior Court, has de - mi Th dei Mi IM I urred a I hi A ll- HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv Unite* Pre#*) tided in ton Mai grant a < AT PUHI It O 1—Cruvia. To Arm*. Ladngan. 2— Mad Eagle, Brown Witch. Divert, |li\ie Bee. "punish "lipper. Svelte, sun stream 3— Abdul 2d. >lu*kogre, Irir The fled. Heather I—Xlintir, Fervid, strenuous Single l.adv. 5— Trendou*. Ki»neur. ti—Itii*lie I.ady. C ordoha. I,oui* berryman. March step Grace Blotter. 7—(None!. 8—Bin k Prince**, Zemhla, X isionary. Weather, clear; track, fast. holding Judge Albert Divide's decree refusing to tree to Frederick R Knox county chemist who live* in this city Knox, seeking a divorce from Mrs Gladys L Knox, of the Parkway, this city. had complained that his wife (rHjufHtly Mn pped him, and treated him in other wavs which constituted cruel and barbarous treatment. The master in the divorce proceedings ! recommended that a divorce be granted., This was set aside by Judge Mac Dade who decreed that insufficient proof of cruelty and indignities had been presented The ease was appealed to the Bu- c perior court and that body, in an v opinion written bv Judge Baldridge upheld Judge MaeDadG* decree, and likewise refused to grant the divorce "Altercations, even if accompanied by slapping, or slight blows, in: patibilitv of temper, or other it testations of temporary' Irritation, arc SENATE TO CAEL MORE AN IN FROME Others of America’" Financiers t« He Summoned in Hanking Inquiry WASHING America's til rf to the the seer* Bons "with beginning Mf Banking and LON Mar be d U Ferdinand im - I committee's mi- of the New noum vt and and * of their vast tramell -it her people s money" f 22. before the Senate "urn ncy Committee the Pecora. counsel broadened investigation York Stock Exchange, so aller a conference with AT At KUK \ 1— Renoun* e, 2—Holiday. Dr. linger*. Madame B I lilsnme, C ampdore. 3 — I nderdun, Jeanne Waehv la f nm pere, "Irp Pretlv, .Ie IT Cl Veil. I—Vitten Nancy. * .V— Drastic I cit I h/ahelh S, f nrbrau 8—Anne Ie It. Falmouth Belle, Henry < urn, Amour, Menan. 7—ll.i*ola Weather, drizzling: track, muddv. AT f III R. HILL DOWN * 1—Golden Deed*, l a >alle, "I* \gne*, Roy Blade*, I pidemic, Garma-«bree, Panther Rock, Texas Knight, "core, Olive "ahalh. Maid Of Honor, < aptain I 2—Just American, < old "feel, Royal, Majesty, Impel. Spring Station. Cotton Club, Roanoke Lad, Baggage Fxpre**. 3—Knight    C ommander, M I * > I e. laster Parade, Noah* Pride, Bubbling O , ( alome. Navanad. C hest-nut Tree, lire I la*h, Cahama. Dug In, Popo. 4— 1 None . 5—1 None). 8—(None), 7—Sanlerno. "peitarular. Double O,, Adileno*. Peace lady. Brush Down 8—Mr*, foster, Our Grief, Double Date, lf opulikit, New gro. Old Judge, Oderic, Bonivan. Belen. Weather, cloud?; traek muddv. AT ti KOK \ 2—Lord Tournament. 7—Krastic Water. Bavelle, I rook Continued on Page Ten l\ S. ENGINEERS MAKE A SFRVEY A United States engineer and two surveyors attached to the Engineer's office in Wilmington. Del. yesterday began a detailed survey of the broken dikes, which were responsible for flood condition* in Tinicum township Their estimate for materials, labor and equipment needed for repairs will be reported to Colonel Earl I Brown, in charge of this district, and ll is expected repair work will be started ax an early date bv members of the Civilian Conservation Corps Chairman Fletcher. This phase of the inquiry will bi* directed at the affairs of J P Morgan A’ Co., the world* greatest private banking house, Kuhn, Lo* b Ar Co.; Dillon, Read A Co,; and Drexel Ar Co J P Morgan, Thomas W Lamont and the 18 other members of the Morgan firm have been notified through f untlnurd on Page I < n NKW POLICK OK DBK PROVES EFFECTIVE On the fifteenth anniversary of h < pa ny, f rank H Griffin, of Baltimore Pike Wa wa a native of Chester, was elected a director of the company. The selection was made yesterday at a stockholders' meeting in the company's office* at Marru* Hook Mr Griffin, who is 47. for some time ha* been technical manager of the Vici*»*e Company plant* in the United Blate* and the directorship is but not her high honor awarded him in hi* successful career file m w cliiector is a chemist rf wide repute and during hi* fifteen years with the Viscose Company, has greatly * nhanced that reputation. He •tarted in 1918 in a comparatively subordinate position and gradually advanced until he headed the tech-tment of the largest rayon I era In the world fin i* the win of the late Nancy Griffin his father vt ars being chief accountant of Hu tch shipyard. Tile family r» -road street near Wailful continuing a* a "ster until 1913, the his marriage. snffin after attending Chcs-i School for two years, en-t Drexel Institute and was *d from there, in the depart- i Park. Harry A maihie shooting IV*’ Week eom- f** of the largest army of exponent* of the knuckle down * art. Mr, Hynes had arranged the contest so that the tans could get a good view* of the contestant# and still not interfere with the play Last year the fans halted the progress of the eon teat a by milling too r lose to the shooters. Yesterday, they had good f nill Hilled on Page Im , SHARON HILL POLICE GET 2d P.C. WAGE ITT seven d.»v a wi ment*. The prim lion department seven day-week bi part merit, rutting fling will be on ti day week. A few years ago pl ny ca in the prTn Hon department two shifts, divide eleven and a hall time and a night 1 half hours scarcer the I shifts of etgh lleved that lh Tile Congo) ad th Th* ting Fount) Properly Owners’ Association Will Hold Mpot inTonight '_ I Immediate action necessary to re-I lieve the rent situation in this county will be discussed this evening at a meeting of the Delaware County Property Owners’ Association to Im1 held at 8 o clock in the Community Center, on West Eighth street near .Sprout street. S|N i tai committees of the association will ta- appointed to make a survey of conditions in the county and die support of all interested pet sons de*iring to attend the meeting will be enlisted in the cause. A report will be given by Benjamin lf Ritter, aecra-tarv of the Pennsylvania Housing Association, in wha h he will stress the i rut the Coni md V I ill OII of relief, as Indicated by I in the Chester area, ell of the various rent ■ now in operation in and cities of Pennsvi lle large' t The lied In .* irney. N, J. (led into one si alf hours in fit it shift of twelve When work t ours were chain I hour* each ll s policy continue "urn-Nairn plant is one plants of its kind in the have another plant lem. N J, need for I* eases on re and will at relief progr oilier count vania. Mr* M F Ives, president of the (lay- Chester Real Estate Board will speak Hd a (on the topic, ‘ Profierty owner s Interest in Rent Relief.” J. lf Barn-holi, adviser of the Temporary Emergency Relief Commission of Delaware will speak on the subject. "How Rent Relief Works in Delaware ’* The concluding speaker of the evening will bf* John Ii Helms, ptesident 1 one in * of the Delaware Count y Propert y Owners’ Association, whose topic will .me to be sit HEV F PORT, La , May 2—<UP) Tornados which swept through ou i.sian a, Arkansas, and Missouri ate yesterday almost destroyed on® town and took a total toll of live* which mounted close to IOO today aa reports from isolated communitiea were received. Tile town of Minden, in northwestern Louisiana, bore the brunt of j the storm Deaths in Minden and the immediate vicinity were placed at 8(1. but it was feared a further earrh of wreckage might yield mora bodies. l h* storm which wrecked Minden appeared first near Magnolia. Ark, Just north of the louisiana line. It did minor damage in Magnolia and swept through Calhoun, a few’ mile* lo the south. Then it tore through Minden, wiping out an extensive resident <> section and damaging busine*# buildings Arcadia, some twenty mile* east, next reported the tornado. A tornado also struck a small region along the morthem Arkamas-Mis-ouri border, w reeking fourteen home* between West plains, Mo. and Salem, Ark. In addition, several deaths wer* reported from isolated settlement# in the path of the storm. Several hundred persons were re-ported injured In the tornados, many critic ally. Damage to crops and farm* was heavy. Most of the victims wer* Negroes. Complete breakdown of communications made relief work difficult in the hard hit Minden area. C. R Bowman, businessman of Doyline, who drove through Minden a few minutes after the storm ended, told of the wreckage there. I entered Minden from the west,' he said. * Everything up to the court- ( ontinucd on Page Ten IMPORTANT MEETING lie, "The Urgent Need for Action ami    j CLAIMS M DITORE    j I he Plan to la* Followed in Presenting    , I the Need for Rent Relief m Delaware    i I EE IS EXCESS!YI \ County to our Blate Legislature,*' j Appointment* will include that of The West End Bwanas* Men# Ai-.    .    .    ,    ,    R    committer H legislative com- acetation will meet this evening in An appt .ii has been fled at Media fnittee, a publicity committee and ai the Felton Fire Company headquar- “    iii*    anilin,    a    i    ii    oi    ti jMirt of finance committer a Warwick see-*- ...... -    -- Haverford township, on the grounds retary of the association, will furnish thai the $4700 f**«? received by John C. *n enrollment and organization report. ii Sharon Hill council last night authorized a twenty J ar rent rut in wage# and salaries of the police and highway department employe*, a* a result of a conference between the finance committee and a committee from the recently formed Sharon Hill Taxpayers’ Association The savings it is estimated will effect a reduction in the borough budget by about $1200, rhief this city, township auditor, is excessive, The appeal, filed bv attorney Raymond Larson, is on behalf of Charles M Wive Haverford township politician. who was the prosecutor in the es c against J. leonard Short land and J. beedom Moore, Have township officials, who wrre tried convicted before Judge MacDade last year, of chai gen of malfeasance in office. I he (jet it ion filed by attorney bar ter* at Third and Yarnall street*. Prcldrnt Charles Ward will preside. Ini|>orfant business will be discussed at this meeting which is scheduled to begin at 9 o’clock. meal tnan i Mr John for v the *id< nut real dai ■ The salary of Hie chief of police v>„ ;s ^ general appeal and take* ex- organic _ was cut    Pet    I    jeeptton to the entire report filed bv gat) Ira lion Auditor Boyle on Paccmbrr 31, 1932, In the report, it is said, fees amounting to $4700 are claimed by Boyle. No date was set for a hearing, but a $1000 bond was posted by Ililsee, cf- I Ch Mr Or ter High rolled a? graduator ment of t entered F reived ti Science ir hp Mas Ie monthly, plus $7 50 for gasoline anre Salaries of the patrolmen pared from $150 to $130 month! f ceti vc June I. In the highwav department one of the day men wa* rut from 50 cents per hour to 25 cent*, while another was cut from $4 dally to $20 weekly An oidinanre fixing the tax rate at nine and one quarter Millis wa* given three r* ailing* and passed finally 'Ihe measure effects a reduction of one quarter mill in Hie lax rale Four mill* are for sinking fund purposes and five and one tiaif mills for general borough purpose*. Repairs to the sewage pump on Elmwood avenue were anthol!/'d VETERANS FAVORING POLITICAL HARTT JORHIBTOWN, Pa , May 2—(UP) ■    n    At    ?*    ii *i ' thp ^Length at advance orders •rfmd! Major Onjeral Hmrdlrv D Butler. ,hr plant of Edwin Ae I,outa Bray <1    1    '    '    '* • ” ■ ' ii-' a. ti manufacturers, ex nee ^ mas* meeting of war veteran* at the home of Hie John Wesley Crew* Post, American legion HUS evening. The purpose of the meeting is to branch of a national or-which will he a veterans’ j non-partisan |x>htieal club Veteran* of the various wars In wiiich this country has taken part are banding together for ttieir mutual welfare. ! 'Die American Legion, which here to to BUKH J I LL TIME manufacturers, expect# to to operate indefinitely cm fulltime schedule. FO TO FORM CABINET HfE HAGUE,* Holland, May 2— ‘UP Die (jueen asked Dr Hendrix Colljn to form a cabinet today. While before the Court, Larson, attorney for the petitioner, said that hi* client was not acting alone, hilt was taking the action on behalf of scores of taxpayers in the township. CZKK A Y’S SIH’LESSOR NAMED RY LINH HOT fore wa* a non-|iohUeal group, is fast entering the political field and the pur|Mi*e of Hie new organization will be to *up|x»rt men of their choice for national, state, county and municipal office* ITi** organization promises to ta1 one of the strongest political bodle* in the country. Congress Today (Bv UNITED PRESS) FIREMEN RESU E KITTY FROM TREE RENATE: Continues Muscle Shoals debate. Finance Committee opens hearings on tax bill. Sub-Committee Senate Home Banking House and Relief bills. considers Mortgaga ■ 1 ’ "■ ALTERATIONS NOW arthmore College and re degree of Bachelor of Hie cia** of 1910 and made v degret at Columbia Urn- I '*ntinued on Page Ten IIFI.D IN Gilt!. " IU \ I ll May 2 UP a hypnotist, wa* EASTON Pa Gerald Fitzjtlbbon, held responsible by ton county coroner s Jury today for the death of Helen W. Rot hi tem, Philadelphia who was killed in an automobile accident. He wa* held for the Grand Jurv. HIT" I OM MON-LAB MARRIAGE ALBANY N Y, May 2 UP A bill, striking at rom mon-law marriage* in New York State was approved today By Governor Lehman The new police order put in effect several weeks ago# that a1! "stragglers' found on the street* during the early morning hours be arrested and held for questioning, ha* not only cleared the street* of suspicious persons. but had resulted in the elimination of robberies. the Non ha rn tv.    NlKh,Jy- cruising squad* tour the mn i„ta„    f',,..    City. The officers are in civilian clothes and in this manner are better able to detect the criminally inclined. During the past fortnight, several arrests have been made and all suspects closely questioned by detectives before they were given their freedom. The drive resulted in apprehension of one man, who entered this country illegally. He has been turned over to immigration official* at Gloucester, N J 5‘Year-Old Boy Is Victim of Booze; fallen to Hospital One of the youngest alcoholism patient* ever admitted to the Cher tee Hospital was Frank Burton a five-year-old Negro child of 1717 Verdun avenue. Cheater township. who wa* brought to the institution la*-f. night by hL# mother for treatment. Mr* Burton said Hie boy dranx a half pint of whiskey He wa* treated and permitted to leave the hospital thi* morning Authorities are seeking the source ,of supply for the child s liquor. Old Covered Bridge Not to l>e Abandoned SAYS TEACHER MADE THREATS NEAR ( OMPLETION The City Centre building Fifth and Market street*, formerly occupied by the Chester 'limo, I* rapidly nearing the end of its transformation and daily assume* the appearance of a modern office building The building I* Ideally located and when the proposed postoffice building is erected the City Centre building will be the elmiest office building to the new Federal structure, wiiich will be the "hub" of the city, NORWOOD GIRI, GETS COLLEGE HONOR Miss Helene Vortigem daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold A Vortigem. of 407 Urban avenue, Norwood has been clefted president of her class at Wil- I son College, Chambersburg Miss Vortigem. who has te en prominent In class activities will hold this office for the year 1933-1934 REPORT F. I). R. IS GOING OVERSEAS Word from llarrl*burg today announced that Governor Pinchot had I named William ll. Raymond, a* Jus-'      -    —— I Hee of the peace of Chester town- J Two firemen of this city effected ■till*, to succeed Joseph ll C/ekav, the rescue of a feluie imprisoned high I who wa* removed from office "bv in the branches of a tree in the* VI* Hoi se: Id rec of the court," and who is now serving a Jail term Louis fie lei, of Prospect Park, was named as justice of the pea re of that borough lo fill the vacancy rained by Ihe death of John Hand Both appointment* were sent to the Benote Committee on executive nominations. dully of Fourth and Upland streets last evening and ended a three-day branch sitting art when the cat was forced to take when chased by dogs. Assistant Fire Chief, Thomas Can-avan and Daniel Dougherty, members h,!n1 TiJf.«.1'' ^nii of Uh Good Will Fir. Company No    ^ Consider* Farm Relief Inflation program Appropriation# Committee meet# on Independent Offices Supply bill* • litre continues hearings on 30-hour week bill. Commerce Committee meet# on Securities Protection bill. Military Committee considers na- URG ANl/IN'G NI MS lY It ( Ll H W Frank M.ithues, of Moylan. I* ' organizing the Horse Bito.* Point I Farm Club, with his ornate estate along the Ch. sapcake Bay, near North East, Md., a its headquarters. The estate I* od# of the showplace* along that recreation arca and is equipped with various department# for ail kind* of ’ports. Tile new organization will have a limited membership and many local residents are cxjM'Cted to be on the roster, ll VESSELS BEKE KH. BOI NI) NEW YORK. May 2 'UP:    Eleven vessels carrying 3 (KM) passengers from Europe. Central and Mouth Arriero ;• weer fog-bound early today and forced to anchor outside the harbor. 2, went to the rescue in answer to a summons over the telephone by a ; resident of the neighborhood, who had tired of the cat's disturbing cries from Its lofty perch Dougherty, donning heavy gloves to * prevent scratches from sharp claw*, climbed up the tree, seized the feline and carried It to the ground. IT PITIES HURT IN SC HOOL IH S ( RASH READING. Pa, May J 'INS)— Seventeen pupils of the Muhlenberg township consolidated school were injured, two of them seriously, when a school bus loaded with 50 pupils) collided with a coal truck on the Allentown pike today, one mile north j of here. Rivers and Harbors Committee studies Upper Mississippi river improvements. I opicsof I lines The Story of MONEY From the era of primitive barter down through the age« to explain today’s plans for inflation. TOLD IN PICTURES In 12 daily chapters, ret paling the fascinating evolution of man’s medium of change. See Page 5 Ricllo) Township School Denied He XX ill Attend Director Causes Her Ar- Economic Conference in rest—( ase fines to ( our!    london, in June Decided Drop in Building Operations Here 1932 The *.d Lriper Br.dei spa: rung 'he re    r, of Hie ’af. I ghu ty, Crum creek south of Swarthmore, occasioned only by the building of the cannot be abandoned by the county, Sproui Viaduct, to span Crum creek discussed la’? night at School room courtesy was freely according to a decision by Judge Al berf Dutton MacDade, announced at Media The bridge is one of two remaining covered wooden bridge* in the county When the Sproui road was built by a h Public School, was arraigned on the charge of threatening to punch Dr. George R Bentley, a ir.< roper of the school board and a former treasurer ex- and the oldest railroad in the United States which parallels the creek and ends at I^eiper’s quarry,” The law gives the secretary of highways the right to re-locate a highway, the opinion declare*, but the state, a new concrete bridge    wa*    not    the right to    abandon the section erected over the creek and    the    old    cut    out by such    re-loratlon. As the    of    the    bodv,    in    the    nose during a re Lriper bridge w as not part of    the    new    old    road now stands. Judge MacDade    cent    visit    to    the .school highway Nearly two years    ago    the    says, "either the    county or the town ship 'Nether Providence* must put this road in a travelable condition " He adds. ‘ It would be perfectly regular to have a petition presented to vacate the whole road.” Judge MacDade makes the sugges- WABBINGTON, May 2 -(UP* Speculation as    to the possibility of    j many years before    Magistrate    Walter 8    Swart-    President Roosevelt attending the lev. of    Glenolden,    when Mrs    Agnes    world economic    conference in london    bor and Industry.    In Chester,    build Rodger    a teat her rn the Woodlyn    persisted today    in the face of White    mg activity dropped    Bl    lier    rent    over aring held Swart- Bullding operations In Pennsyl- of construction in ti. ( city from Jan-vania during 1932 were the dullest in uary I until last Saturday, April 29. ■ according to statistics only amounted to $21,820 against compiled by the Department of La- $25,697 for the corresponding first four months of 1932 The building slump in Pennsyl- Waiter Tyson is thinking about taking up automobile racing this year, but when he practices he'# going to use a track where there* no large obstacles in his path. Harry Smith, the big minstrel man, is thinking about going to Hollywood. An easier way for Hurry to get in the movies would be to spend a quarter. Marshall Meglll. the sheik scoop from Glenolden, ta now covering th# hospital beat We merely print this information for eligible nurse#. The big noise in police court the*# j mornings is the teletype machine that makes ait witnesses yell in order to be heard. Considerable bootlegging of gasoline reported in this state Many bootlegger* are probably selling it a# whiskey with nobody the wiser, in-j eluding "Zack.” Camera expert says movie actresses are really not as thin as camera trickery makes them look. But art they as dumb? county commissioner* petitioned the court to vacate and abandon the old bridge. In his opinion, Judge MacDade states that, if the state relocated its road, which it did in this instance, it would revert to a township road. ' We The teacher made the threat, according to Bentley, on the morning of April ll, when he called at the school to make who assigned the House denials.    j    th*-    preceding year, not a single dwell-    j vania during 1932 was so widespread "Too ail!v for words’* was the reply    I in*    house being built.    that building construction in three from official quarters to questions The total cost of all building in cities. Philadelphia Pittsburgh and whether Mr. R<»oseveit contemplated J this city during 1933 amounted to Scranton alone accounted for 71 per tiring the swift 10.000-ton cruiser In- $140,988 OO. permits for which netted cent, of the total volume of building dianapolia for an overseas voyage J the rlty $1 079. License fees for signs in the 50 municipalities reporting to The speculation developed from two erected, which also comes under the the Department of Labor and Indus-fact* Captain Walter N. Vemou supervision of the building inspector, try. White House Naval Aide, requested    I amounted to *838, or a    total of    $1,-    i "Building is practically at a standardises as to docking facilities for the Indianapolis    I 717    for license fees and    building    lier-    still at present” remarked Inspector lessons in arith- In Baltimore, and Mr. Roosevelt was!mils.    Devlin today "but you ran rest as- I ] lie Weather BASHINGTON, May 3— (UP) — Beat her forecast: I astern Pennsylvania—shower* torii* ht and probably B'ednesday morning nailer B’ednesday and in west and north portions late tonight. New Jersry—showers tonight and probably Wednesday morning slightly warmer on the coast tonight cooler B'ednesday. Western Pennsylvania—Rain to- menc    to the scholars    for home work    pressing for adjournment of Congress    During the entire year only three j lured that when normal times return after    the parents of    a child in the    by June I, twelve days before the I/m-    buildings of any importance were and more money is placed in circu- Hon that Nether Providence town- school district had complained to him don conference will begin.    I    erected. They were the Young lation Chester building contractors then have a case of an old township vhip "institute proceedings to vacate that her son had been assigned rn, :    ‘muted    bv    an    adrninistra-    I    Men s Republican Club th# Jefferts will be swamped with orders heewnm |.iJLTT**■    -1 road    with    a    county    bridge,    of    equal    this    road    from    the    terminus    a'    its    work    for home study    on the subject,    tion official that the cruiser was be-    public school. Hun Village, and a steel millions of dollars could be expended " ,,rnin;^r lXr inTh. .nn uvZ. fnu^Lu j    l°ni?    '    ’    1    ,f‘rn    wd    in    the    Sproui Highway He said on the morning of his visit,! mg brought Into this vicinity for theiurnace in the Sun Shipyard The on repairs right now, provided the    ^ fished and generally traveled by pe-    to its western terminus    in the Wal-    he entered the room taught by a Miss    convenience    of the President    total cost of    these    buildings    property    owners were in a position    to    __ destnan5 and vehicular traffic, we    lingford road ” The old    bridge is in-    Deckert and made the inquiry men-    "Will Mr.    Roosevelt    use    the    ship amounted to over    $93 OOO.    Most of    have such needed work done ” may    say    from    Colonial    days,    as    a    eluded    in    this    section of    the    old    road    Honed, and after receiving the infor-    for a visit to London?” this official    the other construction consisted of, The statewide survey showed that main artery of travel from the oldest The bridge in question    now is used    mation that this branch of study wa#    was asked    j building additions,    garage*    and gaso-    declines    of 49 per cent, or more    in city in Pennsylvania 'Chester* to the    to reach the quarries and property of    assigned by the principal of the) The President has    no    Intention | line service station*    building    expenditures during 1932,    as far-flung territory to 'he north and the Philadelphia Suburban Wa’er school, he proceeded to the room of going abroad,” was the reply. ‘ He The local outlook for 1933 is no compared with 1931, were shown for east of Chester continue* the opm- Company, on which there are several--—    j      'brighter,    according to Building In-1    - ion, with ?ra\el uninterrupted until dwellings.    j,    <    ontinued    on    Page    lea*    Continued    on    Page    Ten    specter Devlin, as the total amount*    Continued    on    Page    Ten TODAY’S TEMPERATURES 6 a.    rn 58 ll a.    rn.   88 7 a.    m.......60Noon    .....  70 8 a.    m.......64 I p.     ......  73 9 a.    m.......66 Sp.    m. ...... 74 IO a.    rn. /.v.v. bd ;

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