Chester Times, May 3, 1933

Chester Times

May 03, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK TW KL\ E JONI .IS. EN DIN (I DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.583. JURY DECISION IN RAMSEY BOM) CASE LS SOUGHT Attorney Says County OfTi- > vers Aided Embezzler by Ignoring Uw Jurist Says Bonding Company Is One to l ake Action, Not Bench Delly Le»*«J Wire Report* of United Press (UPI and International New* service tINS* ROMANCE OR JUST VACATION? (’HESTER. PA,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. 1988 PRICE, TWO CENTS “If ever the officers ot a county disregarded every law to protect the taxpayers, the officers of this county did in assisting William T Ramsey in furthering his scheme to rob the people,’* E Wallace Chadwick, attorney for the American Surety and Bonding Company, declared yesterday. while arguing before the Court en banc, at Media, to have a judgment entered bv the county commissioners. against the bonding company, stricken off Judgment In the sum of $204 OOO was entered by the county against the bonding company, which was on Ramsey's bond, and Mr, Chadwick Is attempting to have the Judgment opened and the facts placed before a jury to decide whether or not the county should cohert the money After Mr. Chadwick and Albert E Williams, county solicitor, argued their case before the court, and cited other eases to support their conten- just a vacation. Hon*, they handed up briefs Opinions      _ will be handed down by the Court, settling the matter. Declaring that the bonding company should not be held liable for the loss Incurred by Ramsey's embezzlement, because Hugh B Hayes, county treasurer. Issued a certificate in 1931. certifying that the former Chester tax collector was not short in hts accounts. Mr. Chadwick said that there were hint/ of collusion between Ramsey and the county officers. 'Before the bonding company granted Ramsey his bond for 1931, POLICE TRUCE FOR KIDNAPER OF GIRL TAKEN AT SCHOOL Offer of 48-Hour Period of Grace, in Which Abductors Will Have Opportunity to Return W ealthy Man s Child, Unharmed, Agreed Upon Telephone Line Kept Open Ten-year-old Peggy McMath Seized by Lone Negro in an Automobile Was Attending Cape Cod, Mass,, Institution Father Will Pay Ransom to Any Amount LA GARBO LANDS, BUT HER FIVE TRUNKS HARWICH A 48-hour peru kidnapers of I Math, heiress t t unity to ret un Mi ti P % econ) pa Died bv Alexander Kirkland left , fellow Hull* u undue inn Harding, well-known star of stage and screen and the Hedgerow theatre's most famous graduate, is pictured after leaving the plane in which she arrived at Havana, < uha. from Los Angeles. The gentleman in the «enter is a ( uhan newspaperman who is checking up on a mild rumor thai the screen couple are in Havana for the purpose of being married. Hut Inn says it’s 3 (INS* to give the Peggy Mc-, an oppor-unharmed. v members lice. oratorian!'" spokesman asocial# of (HESTER MAN IS MODEST HERO Recipient of (arnegie Medal Previous!} Honored by England COUNTY ARTISTS, WRITERS, FETED of her family and fl Announcement of the *• w as made by William I -or for the family and an I Nell McMath. father of the kidnaped rhilri. in a boatbuilding business here For the next two days. Lee announced. the telephone line in the McMath home here will Ive kept open to give kidnapers free access to the house in the event they wish to take advantage of McMath'# offer to pay a ransom and ask no questions. Through lee. McMath statements con The st The will re ter wa In tens) of the swing here This sect closely con search, for • kidnapers can feel safe to the child to our house here Htf police have agreed to give Inaners a 48-hour moratorium ** which McMath hopes snit in the return of hisdaugh-s decided upon while the most \e search since the kidnaping I mdhrrgh baby was in full lh arles A ow ms mg a hif auf »d the ig the r from Business \\ o rn e n llomauc Here to standing Figures ray I )ut- "All I [urn of I "That I pay all I md will n ret urned. can intr chile ir WI i rat. pros a Indrawn State p< fart they with a dc kidnapers, anthorine! adv anre on of Ca J*’ Cod w as erned in the I indbergh it was on the waters of Bay near bv* that    Co! I indbcigh was falsely told find a boat being used as j f for his already murdered i Frau made no arere! of the believed they were dealing i lesperate hand of organized I, The child's father told I *s that kidnaping for ran- I the only theory he could for the abduction. 10-year-old granddaughter la C McMath, millionaire Continued on rage eleven Continued on Page I levrn Alce'LI KE I 'TUTTY BILL IS AMENDED UPI Getting a bronze Carnefhe medal for extraordinary heroism, last week. was a thrill, of course, for Edward J. Car tam. of 1228 Pine lane, Hackman Village, but Cartaln is used to that The Busin Women s Chil county womr eminence in t letters, as the club last even bu em i| Engl lie In zed recogr reiving I of loo pounds s Medal also brr of $1000 Cartain. "who Trainer refiner! fining Com pa rn former leat to r told William R HARRISBURG. Pa May 3 — Amendments recommended by Governor Pinchot were prepared today for insertion rn Senator John J. McClure’s utility regulation bill. In a conference with McClure, the Governor and his adviser, Public Service Commissioner George Woodruff, suggested provisions limiting utility franchise to 50 years and establishing sn excess profits reserve in utility accounting Pinchot indicated that the amendments would be made IO Hie bill. which Is on the third reading calen- dent of th' dar in the House. He denied that he and Mr A had announced he would veto the it yester^ bill which the Legislature advanced in The Cat preference to the Governor s own bill, presented I which was introduced by Senator the life of Thompson. Westmoreland.    Captain Jt A statement has been circulated fatally im that I have said I will veto the Mc- the oil ta Clare public utility bill. That state- Hook. a ye; ment is mistaken I have made no Delaware r pronouncement on this subject at all was cover* and I am waiting to see what the bill swam asbo will contain when it reaches rn* Pinchot said. from her of count id and hi y the Crown Kings Met is sterling, brought h had beer force of rled h before the Ship of Com M Mat ative hea ith, garet C. Stetser, p V, seven ye ar# mist res? performed a The guests wet e Lo ui se Mitchell bravery wa* Clyde, of Sw a rt hi pianist corn i. Cartain re- poser. Constance Coch in ne. of By- ii and a I lift wood, formerly of this city, painter; The Carne gie Grace Livingston Hill. of Swarth- rn an awl i rd more, novelist; Ha Dryden Sher- ratt, of Glenolden, poet. Edna Coates toyed at I Colafemina. of I, im*. violinist and Sinclair i te rn UMC critic; Isa be I Bin ms Myers, of jt reveal Swarthmore, playi wrighl I and writer but modes of mystery stories. and Dorothy Mc- , supermtf rn- Ewen force?! of T4in*< lowne, Inter- It lard we arian* ab* 'f k jut prefer of poetry. M of Haverford who ns. Ed U> pre Igar Marburg, ‘indent of the Southeast District of th e State Fed- which v rig the speaker who c vania Women, wa* ded the eve i 33, wife of rungs program. TS, who w ms Introduction of ti ae ga* nts wa* made explosion of in nova I fashion Mi's Stet set the at Mart ivcd Into t •us voyage, and railer I upo >e log of the n several of see of whi ch her “shipmates’* for ■ the i exult of their no Ho zearch for emine name# might be st fit w omen whose river by t he In this way, and with a few word* PA. HOUSE PASSES ll S. MAY LICENSE REER SALE RULES; FARM PRODUCTS GOES TO PINCHOT FIRMS UNDER BILL McClure Measure (Jets Agriculture Measure Spon-\ ote cif I IT to 19 Without soml by Economists for Debate    Roosevelt Regulates Distributors and Dattcrn’May Im* lTsed for Iiiiiinl bv her long mean vovagr on a freighter-im■xsrngrr ship. Greta Garbo ix shown here .rn she arrived in lox A nee lea. I uxtnmx officials held the st recti star s baggage, three hat hoses and five trunks, until immigration authorities paxxcd on her re-entry under the Swedish Immigration quota. MAGISTRATES I VISCOSE COMPANY ELECT OFFICERS BACK TO NORMAL Judge Mac Dade Principal Rayon Speaker at Meeting Held 3500, at < ollinudalc IMant, Employing Sees Orders for Months Ahead dont REALTY OWNERS CONSIDER PLANS ; FOR RENT RELIEF Attorney Criticizes Police For Permitting: Vandal* to Damage Dwellings Statistical Report Read by Housing: Executive Concerning: Survey J bn I Mi Donough. local attorney rapped the police department for allowing the wilful destruction by vandal/ of the vacant properties of .taxpayers, last night, when he spoke ! before a meeting of nearly a hundred j proper!? owmers comprising the Dela-! ware County Property Owner#' Asao* elation who met in the Community j Center building on East F.ighth street to consider plans for rent relief. The attorney expressed the belief j that the funds at present being ■ placed at the disposal of the welfare ; by the state could be made to serve ' the purpose of including rent relief I and shelter for the needy lf the property owners would band together properly and force an issue, lie advised the owners to arouse sentiment toward showing a united front to make officials realize the importance of the issue. He advocated wholesale organization with a threat to dispossess and a will to carry the threat through if official* would not relief In mentioning the results he said: “Thi# action would certainly set up a hullabaloo around the welfare headquarter where so much is now being spent in other relief than shelter'* He suggested the threat of no texr.x and no interest to be paid if no rent relief was forthcoming Again the speaker reverted to the cttv government in his critic! rn. saying that In the present budget there was no reduction in city council salaries while those of other lesser employes were cut. He suggested that these high officials had done nothing toward the aid of property conditions which grow worse ss outrages by vandals continue He said that in other cities such as Wilmington there wits a provision for shelter of we I* Continued on Page Eleven filii.ll GOING HOME Sellers; (Joverrror to Si^n the Act Pinchot to Sign Repeal Convention, Beer, Taxation Bills HARRISBURG Pennsylvania a Ma' quo! INS* d NI IMs ENTERTAIN! D Fifty-eight student nurses of the Chester Hospital, the internes and supervising nurses, were treated to more than two hours entertainment last night when the three-act comedy. “Tile Red Headed Stepchild was presented by a cast composed of members of the Red Topper Club, of Upland The play was given in the main reception room of the Nurses' home on Barclay street, north of Ninth street Following the entertainment, a social season was enjoyed An orchestra furnished music for dancing. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (ll? Catted Pres*) HIC DAV PLAN NKI) HY LOCALMKKCIIANTS Continued on Pace Eleven PHII I ll- (.AMI OII F Mi th ui) as “Che, greatest shoppers The ct mug for yesterday made fin the mux attempre concerns cinema operate i rabic one meetings shoppers can lean gains by wa journal. her 19 which will be known Day,” will present the ianche of bargains to ie history of the city. tee of merchants plangent held a meeting the Chester Club and plans to give the affair extensive advertising ever I. l aundries, bakeries, dairy transportation units and louses have agreed to co-i making the day a memo-During the next two weeks will be held periodically and within a radius of 50 miles of the unprecedented bar-'hing the columns of this Wet x rot ponemeni Phiilies-Pir game &rrn played Int? header. Phiiadelphl same. Inst The conte is part of >f the BALDWIN NOW IS AUDITOR GENER AL Crowd Backs State Senate ( hamber to \\ it rn ‘SS His Installation vhlch have caused a illusion in the General will be settled shortly I Gifford Pinrhot ■mar announced today n three bills at Die They are the McClure al convention bill, pro-I viding machinery for rmnsylva-I ma s adion on proposed repeal of I the Eighteenth Amendment, the J McClure beer control bill, and the I beer taxation bill. The tax measure was before the I Senate for final pa/sage today. problem month# Assembl bv Govt The | Mist it I ( outrol Over Other Disorganized Concerns WASHINGTON. May 3 (Copyright, 1933, by United Preasi Urban communities have discovered a special interest in the revolutionary farm bill now nearing mad merit One of the first tasks of the Department el Agrtrluture In putting this measure into efftri will be tile application of it* broad powers to license manufacturers of farm products Department of Agriculture exerts are consulting industries which would ire affe* ted lf tile move succeeds. they believe, it will establish a pattern for similar Federal control over other divrgamred industries Its most aggressive sponsor is Dr Mordecai Ezekiel, a member of tile “brain trust,’' He is a young man of quiet, professional air, with a fast. sharp mind, a hestitant manner, a soft voice and a modest bearing which belies the boldness with which Mon Capac! quarte No 2, heard De law i hi id a Wtl than 3f>o ( f the audio s of Colling! Collingdale he Magistri re County, < ament, lain rh and bar, rn K Orlffil Fin ut d to on of the T. Additional optimistic news In local industrial circles la found in the report of the Viscose Company which la now running on a ule. There are employes of this is understood ti FEW YORK May 3 Some tim# this week Helen Vosko, 2. will bn taken from Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center to her home in Ha*t-lr„ -on-Hudson Judge Smyth, of normal ached- j Westchester County Children s Court, approximately 3500 j announced today, lug concern and it if sufficient orders II. N. IKE IAI KY H41.ANCB AllM principal the orig which vt ltd Rn th* Melropol and Edg Judge lorn of t the Fou in.(gist i a Dutton Ma rr. made r agist rates* Ch* •Du fen ■ I are ; of thri Pm at I but md to in tire a continuation WAB HT MOTON, May 3- (INS)-* ping non Tn oiirv balance as of M *229-* I lie I. it f I    *    i    e<    ;    '    •'    t    "    <    •    x    J    ■*    ■    J    <    ;■»    ’ customs receipt*, $1,091 027 91. ll»e i tug hoi >r to the bank I lie rayon plant in March, basin and at the pr Midav. conditions ere not so good. vs begun to pick ent time, some of the old-time boom days Mart: WI -rung a gt that the AT ll KOR 4 I — IN rune), 2—I None I. 3—Peacock Blur Robs I u» k I— None). 5—-1 None!. 8— i None I, 7—Bud < harlton \\ eat her. cloud': track braw WEST END (OI DEE MARRIED AT ELKTON iw vn, Oliver McCormick, 23. of Boot! and Miss Dorothy Delk.v 20, of ft and Highland avenue, surprised j friends yesterday afternoon with the announcement that they had just returned from Elkton Md, where they were married. AT PIMLICO    The    bride    is    the    daughter    of    Mr and Mrs John Debts, well known resident* of the Eleventh ward The grooms parents are Mr and Mrs Im Ie, Horace McCormick I Upon their return from their honeymoon. the young people will take up residence in Eddystone. 1—Rustle Rex!. 2—< ut '"bort. 3—lfiew .i\, Green I hers#, Boniface 2d. Irish Bullet. I—Ming sun 5—Ruxtic Rext. 8— None). 7—March Mep. My Fergus, Traffic Judge, Mintie. 8—Rubola. Brat her cloud': track muddy. AT CHI R< HILL DOWNS 1—Our Justice, Prim r Dunrova). More 4nnn. Gunless, Mowers Lady, Mighty Atom. Ann What, High Diver 2—< bardie, squeeze Out .Wind 'Ming Old Ladv. 3— i None I, I—Border Patrol, (in Forth. 5— (None I, 8— None», 7—Roberta L., Votan. 8— t Notre), Weather, cloudy; track, fast. HARRISBURG, May 3 In a crowded Senate Chamber former Senator Frank E Baldwin. Potter county, took the oath of office yesterday as auditor general of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania The oath was administered by l?-._ Judge Robert R lewis, Coudersport, a former secretary of the Commonwealth. When Judge Lewis concluded recitation of the oath Baldwin responded with “I do” and received prolonged applause He then was in -trodueed by Lieut. Oov. E C Shannon Baldwin promised *a business, economical administration a* good a* those of my predecessors ** He expressed appreciation for being invited HARRISBURG Pa, May 3 (UP* Beer taxation and unemployment relief were entwined closely in final action* today by the state legislature on the bill placing a levy of $1 24 a barrel on beer. Revenue statisticians expected the tax would provide $10.000 000 biennially and the money would he devoted to feedir Pennsylvanians OOO OOO relief program. Although Governor Pinchot Intimated he was receptive to a tax double that which the bill provided, the state Senate was expected to pass Continued on Page I level* SHOW KUS. COO LL It VVI) M OLK FORK! AST Showers and cooler weather will continue today in Eastern Penn.*viand clothing needy v*fiia. New Jersey, Delaware and s p,(rt of the $45,- Maryland It will be fair tomorrow • a court t made reference to ti i tending the opening Quarter Set;: Iona, a American people sin ercnce for their institution* where there is a certain dignity and solemnity attached to the proceedings The speaker referred lo the days When he wa* a voting lawyer and was accustomed to visit the office of the late Israel W, Durham, in Phiiadei- Continu'd on Page I (even “SPELLIN’” BFF BIG FVFNT TODAY Elimination ( onfpsts to Im* Held in Schools— Boys* Week Feature the lo uncial ion •r. when held in the old UP at Tenth street sembi.u* is found erred to the rus- * Yesterday, it wax annotine**! that mi an Mercer, of th# Congoleurn Company, employing rho opened Itijr; 1CM*0. at Trainer, is running on full nth prayer. He Ulm# and resident* and merchant* in e ceremonies at- Die lower section of the county are of the Court of rejoicing over tile greatly Improved aion of affairs Congress Today tn? un it rn par ss > M \RY LYON CHOLD TOI RS TIMES DL ANT The highest temperature here yesterday wa* 80 degrees, at 2 30 p rn , and th# lowest wa* 59 at 2 30 a rn T*h# average of    70 was 12 degr*e* above normal for    the date and 15 defile    bill    in    its present    form    and    rush    *ree* alme the    average May 2 last ll to    the governor,    who    has    the    beer    Maximum    temperature for the regulation bill before him    d*1* w established in 1913, and The regulatory measure was ap- nil nim urn 38 in 1903 proved in the House bv a vote of 147 Sunrise today wa* at 4 58 a rn and „ sunset will be at 8 57 p rn, Eastern Continued on Page Eleven Daylight Saving time JUNE GHANI) .ll KY CONCORD ROAD MEMBERS CHOSEN PAVING STARTED One of the most pop possible will take pine* event on the Chester Bo; gram today the speUtnt Students in the variot parochial schools will In the side of the school afternoon and endeavor of her down The lait o will of course ta* term*' pion of Ins school and info compete in the gram held in the Ft auk Im afternoon It is fitting that one lures of tile American should be the spelling i feature that has stood years It was Dart of mal ; prt i til ic and i A group of Journalism student* from WildclifT Junior College of the Mary Lyon School, Swarthmore, I visited the Chester Time* plant yes-! lei day afternoon, and were shown the complete proteas of publishing the I newnpa|ier. The preparation of copy In the news room the teletype machine*, i carrying telegraph new*, the linotype machines, and the make-up of the papef weir watched With keen interest by the guest*, who ended their cots inspection in the pre** room, watching the giant pre** pour out thousand* of copies of the paper, 'Die group included Miss Kathryn Holman, Miss Esther Miller, Mu* Evelyn Swift and Mix* Charlotte Peterson, accompanied by Steadman, SENATE Continues debate on Muscle Shoal* bill Judiciary sub committee resume* inquiry into delay in prosecution of ] Harriman bank officials Finance committee continue* hear* J mgs on gasoline tax bill l abor committee opens hearing* on bill establishing national employ* I ment system. Foreign relation* committee con* I sider* arms embargo resolution B nkmg committee hears relief plea* of various mayors. HOLME Vote* on Inflation. I thor committee continues hearings on 30-hour week bill. Navy committee hearing on naval flight pay. Rivera and harbors commute* jig on upper Miaaiaaippi proj* topics of I im es pim h mug TO VV I LM I NOTON I final to bool, rn of the I Boy*' W » f It i Novel Instruction Aids Handicapped School Pupils Continued sa Page Fifteen VV ill ( OHVPIK* J HHP Consideration of pared Indictments For Section North of Eleventh Street Is Now Heinie Ended ( ontinu*-rf on Page f levo A Ridley township school director Walter had a teacher arrested because sh* threatened him Here* hoping th:* doe .mil become popular among th* fJI.KK ( LIU (JOINT A Bulgarian woman who lived to b< no attributed her longevity th the fart she always slept with a 'Die    American    legion    Glee    Club    potato in her bed, You'd think will    be    the    guest    of    th*-    Wilmington    sli* d f*1004* something with fewer Orphans* Club at their spring concert in the gold ballroom of the Hotel duPont tomorrow evening This musical treat ha* been arranged through the courtesy of Harry White, wtio ta publicity manager of the American legion Glee Club, and also a prominent member of the Delaware organization. cy< re* Thq Story of From the era of primitive barter down through the age* to explain today's plan* for inflation. TOLD IN PICTURES In 12 daily chapters, revealing the fascinating evolution of man# medium of exchange See Page 5 HARRISBURG. May 3 Tm cans and jar lids make handicapped school children happy They are gathered, taken to school and turned into toys. If tin cans are not to be found, ends of wooden orange crates are collected, carved in relief designs and painted. Discarded tinware was fashioned into a toy train, an oil tank truck. a dump truck, and a calliope by special education pupils of the lebanon public schools They are but a few of the 500 article# made by boys and girls who fail in their school work in the regular grades, and are exhibit pig ch Palmei mg ye La neat - from fifteen cities are a dr and a rat chair made by ton pupil' A full rigged sansei is in the Reading exhibit. *r is credited with a monkey shine box, a toy cat made of an old the inner tube, and some excellent four-harness weaving specimen.* Harrisburg children show unusual skill with metal work. Jewelry, weaving, and jig saw products An old cheese box made a drum for West Chester pupils and Jenkintown boys made a tom-tom from an old mincemeat bucket Easton Names were drawn from the jury wheel yesterday in the sheriff s office, at Media, for the June Grand Jury, which w'ill convene in the Courthouse on Monday, June 5 Preseent al the drawing of the names from the wheel were, Harry C. Wigmore. of Prosper! Park and Joseph Carson, of Clifton Heights jury commissioners. Those assisting in work included Judge Albert I>uf* ?on Mac Dade Miss Helen M Oaskil! Mrs Mtiljcent M Leddy ai d G Merrick Stroud, the laster a tipstaff in Courtroom No. 3 The names and addresses of those drawn to serve on the Jara are F. ,e Tile work of grading that section of Concord road from Eleventh street to the Central avenue intersection, preparatory to the paving of the roadway with concrete, started yesterday by the Union Paving Company of Philadelphia, was temporarily halted by todays inclement weather. When the paving work is finished, ( i.ntimi*al on i’age Eleven NORWOOD DISCUSSES TAX INSTALMENTS Rumor Persists F. D. R. Map Take    Journey to    London Our State Superior Court ho* ruled that ifs all right to slap your wife while arguing Cut this out and panic it on the wife'* dressing table. Italian bride* will go to the altar next J. ar with dowries provided by bachelors who are taxed to furnish |'run. Taxation without representation I* tyranny! “Building at .standstill." read* * local news item If we ever see one running we re going to swear off, This I* being celebrated aa Boy Week and Child Health Week Sine* April 7 we've had Beer Weak. Leonard, Radnor. Mary smith. Haverford: T Fred lewis, Nether Providence; Alice V Alexander. Nor-children contributed a four-horse wood: James B Smith, Sr, Upper circus wagon and two elephant* to Darby; Louis Roulean. Sr, Upper go with the Lebanon calliope Altoona Darby; I amra V Starr, Upper Darby; WASHINGTON. May 3 .(UPinadequate accommodations are available aboard Die cruiser Indianapolis should President Roosevelt decide to make an ocean voyage on that ship, which is expected a? Baltimore in June in response to White House suggestion# With a movement for speedy adjournment of Congress gaining momentum in Administration circles, i that Mr Roosevelt I respite from domc#-Council, held last night in the fire- tic affair* thus granted him to make house hall on Winona avenue. Nor- »n appearance at the London Kenwood, member* of the school board nomJr Conference next month, deliver cf that borough were present to dis- a speech arid then hurry home. cuss with council the adoption of The White House, however, dis talk continued At the meeting of Norwood Borough might utilize th chair and book of Ellwood Carpenter Chester, Jessie N. some plan whereby reuidenta of the avowed rumor* that the Pre ident na, and from Allen- Oreen, Colwyn; Lydia H Phillips, borough might be allowed to pay their was contemplating a trip abroad. It taxes on an instalment basis definite decision was reached in the given in the special classes a program of educational activities suited    supplied a dr to their abilities. Articles have been    original designs, and from    Allen-    Oreen. Colwyn;    Lydia    H Phillips, collected from the spacial education    town there is a caned chair.    Future    Bethel township,    George    Kane, Rad- schools in all part* of the state by    Chester shipbuilders show a    battle-    nor; Clara Valentine Chester; John the Department of Public Instruc-    ship and yacht, together with out-    Renz, Norwood;    I>**edom    Y, Tuckerton. and are on display during the .standing woodworking articles All    man, Media; John Kirk, Newtown; month of May in the State Museum    sorts of rugs, silver and copper work,    Paul A Shade, Media; Johanna Juhn, here,    loom product#, leather,    and wood-    Collingdale; Elizabeth Seidel, Clifton A completely furnished and elec-    craft    articles are included    in tne pub-    Heights; Walter Baker, Media; John Ducally lighted miniature house    lie school exhibit Score* of articles    Crooks, Upland; Bertha Lawton, made by Erie boys and girls is a    made by pupils in the state school#    Middletown; Edward Watson, Upper    night,    in    adopting    a resolution    to    per-    staff feature of the large exhibit Among    for the deaf blind and crippled, com*    Darby; Edward Bowiey, Chester, and    mil    payment    of    1933    taxes    in    ten    ship the more unusual article# found rn    plete    the exhibit.    Frank Mandan, Chester. It begins to look like local detec* phi*, put. mg the courtesy of    Mr. I tues    have    the    n tun ber* of a lot of Callable of 33 knot* an hour,    the , lottery    racketeer*. 810-foot vessel could make a    trip i    - from Washington to Southampton. England, in approximately four *nd one-ha lf day#. President Roosevelt undoubtedly would occupy the cabin built for the admiral. It is large and cool—furnished in mahogany with brass trimming#. Apart from the admiral* stateroom, the Indianapolis is equipped with a suite for the captain and stateroom* for 49. wardroom and 12 warrant officers. Captain John M SmcalUe. of Am-    WASHINGTON. 3U? 3—Weather sferdam N Y I* commander of the    fort,,.**t—Eastern Pennxylvania: Fair IE    ' H! ls a m'*ian the    tonight and    Thursday; cooler tonight. World War. and served as navigating    Western    Penmylvaniar- Generally Theres no question about it. a 5-((•ni Ria** of the new brew would taste better if it didn t cost a dim®, Local van owners report fewer moving* tin# .spring than any other vt ir. A number would like to hav* moved, but the motion wa* overruled by circumstance*. The Weather No explain'd tha' the cruiser might be and executive officer of the battle- fajr a„d tooler tonight. :J.'    I"    ‘    :!    f'■'    -*-P    Flo:    .Pa    V    a    finer    u    :    ••    fajr    slowly min' remi southwest portion. id* while it fount    ,    ,ir    slowfv    rising matter and council voted to meet Me . to Baltimore or Washington grand fleet. with the school board Monday eve- upon hi# return from a scheduled    '    _____ ntng for further discussion of the yachting trip along the Maine coast    TO    REPRESENT    NAZIS subject    sometime late in June.    BERLIN    May    3    (UP)-    Dr.    Paul 'Hie    action    I#    in    line    with    that    The Indianapolis is ideally    suited    Joseph Goebbels, Nazi minister of taken    by    Darby    Council,    Monday    for    carrying the President and    a large    propaganda, will represent Ger- It wa# built to serve as    a flag-    many at the opening of the Chicago nd conrequenUy has spacious    World Fair, it wa# learned authori- monthly instalment, beginning July I. accommodations.    i    tam ely today. Thursday temperature in TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a.    rn.......80    ll a.    m.......M 7 a.     .......80    Noon    ......    88 8 a.    m.......82    I p    rn.    ......    66 . 9 a.    rn. ...... 63    2 p.    rn.    M i IO a, rn.    60 ii.---- ;