Chester Times, May 6, 1933

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May 06, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK TW Kl.VK ln\T.:S. ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION it ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.586. Pall? tfx.fd VV rf Report a rf United Pre** and InternattoniW New. Servlet (INS' (trP) ( HESTER. PA.. SATURDAY. MAV 6. 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS P.4 I. LEGISLATURE GOVERNORS WIFE LEADS STRIKE PICKETS ----- .....- ----* POI ICE BUREAU KIDNAPED GIRL IS SPEAKER TALBOT ADJOURNS AFTER 26-HOUR SESSION Prolongs Discussion of Appropriations — Quit' at 4.33 A. M. Today Time Was Sot For Noon Yesterday—Many Acts Are .lammed Th roil uh HARRISBURG. P« May A UP —The Pennsylvania legislature adjourned It* regular 1933 session sine die early todav, after a session of more than 26 hours to rash completion of it* program Tile end came with pa,"'-age of a General Appropre lion hill providing 1128 220 469 foi th general expen* s of the state in the biennium beginning June I The bill provided but ll OOO OOO lrxs than Governor Psnrhot had asked for the same purposes in his budget The surrender to the governor followed three successive step.* The house passed the bill at $116 000 000 The Senate then approved It In the amount of $122,000 Ofti Enc lr group proposed to enforce economics on the administration of state business by the Pinrhot regime. Conferees ’sere given the measure Thev brought it out for final action with its total almost within reach of the budget requested Tile final day of the session was prolonged for hours bv the dispute over appropriations and bv the necessity for reprinting the bill be -ca vise of errors Adjournment was set officially for , ‘’Friday. May 5. at twelve o'clock noon’ and although the clocks In earh House stood at 12 o clock when the legislature finished Its work the ( actual time was 4 33 a rn IS T. In th* closing hours the Rordoni Banking Business and Banking Department Code*, the Harris Perron- I nent Personal Regisfrat.on plan for Pittsburgh and Scranton the Mc- , Clute Utility Regulation program The $2.220 000 Hospital Omnibus bill. I the Parkinson $17 963.000 Motor Fund Appropriation to municipalities the Covne bill repealing the state hank tax. and the Gelder bill adding connecting borough streets to the towm-ship road system, were finally enacted ann sent to the governors desk The banking codes went through minus their original provisions for Continued on I ast Page LOCAL WINN Kits IN HK I DGK OLYMPIC Tile local winners of the second annual World Bridge Olympic held throughout the world last Monday evening were announced lins morning by Mrs. Harry M. Arm Rage, chairman of the local committee. Sixteen hands were play rd and par was the main object. The total scoring had nothing to do with the nam* ing-of the winners. Those who scored the most pars tn the sixteen rounds were entitled to the first wards. International prizes are to bt* distributed to those scoring the moat par* In the North and South pair competition. Mrs. Frank H. OnfTin, of Wa wa and Mrs. William A Faison of Chester, were awearied the first prize with a record of four pars. Second place was featured by a number of similar scores. In the East and West pair competition M ss .Sarah Sweeney and Mrs Frances Campbell both of Chestei, were the official winner* The Fast and West award was made after a clave count of the scoring of the hands. Mrs Walter Mullin and Mrs. Mildred Brown, equalled Miss Sweeney and Mrs Campbell in the scoring of par*, each making four, but the latter pair bettered their rival contestants in defensive play. The local plav of the ixteen handt Mayor Names One Acting ( aptain and Tmo Sergeants; (Tty Redistricted One acting captain and two acting sergeants have been appointed bv Mayor William Ward, Jr. with the inauguration of a reorganization of the police force and the re-a Hora non of district*, which became effective today The new achedule was devised and recommended bv Superintendent of Police J H Pea • nport and Chief of Police HOME; FOUND ON A BOAT; $60,000 PAID Margaret “Peggy" McMath, Victim of Strange Cape Cod School Abduction, Located on Craft of Father's Friend-Kept There Until Police Get “Leak" The new acting officer* are Servant Patrick Hanley, who will have large of No 3 shift, and the acting gc*nt* are Patrolmen Jaxcph Denial and Andrew Desmond I>enmark ill be assigned to No 3 shift, with iptatn Hanley, and Desmond will ork with No 2 shift. In charge of I ap; a In Charles Busher    WOODS    HOI    F    M Under the new scheme the city is aided into fixr district* No I Dts-ict embraces all that area north of ie Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and trs* frow h ster creek to the eastern nerved ham No 2. south of the B and    ,n.    '    i John Child Says She Was Blindfolded by Captor in Auto and First Taken to Shack—Ransom Given in Cash — Details Relayed by Public Safety Chief HIS COLLEAGUES Show croci With Encomiums For His Work at Harrisburg Sessions Hemmed For Higher Office In Forthcoming State Election WOODS - The slot Math a <1 and of tie Mi Mi of bli i drew tdfc wilt ( Vroiisrd bx text I mon* of “niilra eon* condition* in Lehigh tahr* »hirt factories. Mr* Gifford I’iin hot. wife of Penn** I* ani* * governor, joined *tnkerx poketing a factor? al Northampton, near Allentown. Mr* I turbot is *hown deft) with a friend, leading a picket line SERVICE STATION SITE IS OPPOSED First Ward Residents Take Their (injections to ( our! —Testimony Offered In an effort to prevent the operation of a gasoline station at the southeast rorner of Eighteenth street and Edgmont avenue, this city, a hearing wa* held before Judges W Roger Fronefiejd and Alber* Dutton Marinade at Media, yesterday. Matthew* Rankin was the chief witness for the complainants as he ri"-•crtbrd the character of buildings in the vicinity of the corner. Mr. Rankin lives at 1801 Edgmont avenue Hi* brother. James I, Rankin, filed the petition with John Walker ann Mr* Annie M Walker, of ll East ft. said he had talked the Delaware County . owner* of the prop-V* ITH ofl" ais of id Fuel Com pa n v. DEAN Til PROBE PA. SWEATSHOPS Official in I cob ii* h (’minty Names Detective to Investigate ( barbes BEER EDICT OF CO. TREASURER my nr O Railroad, between Chester river and Madison street, No 3. south of the B and O Railroad and between Madison street and the eastern city line, No 4 Delaware river, north to city line. Chester ruer west to Central avenue, and No S District embraces all city territory west of Central avenue Three police ears containing two men each will be on the streets at all times, under the new approved plan One will cruise through the first three diatrkrta and the other through de p P HARRISBURG. P<|. May I-Th# opening move in what i* generally conceded to be a campaign to carry Grover C. Talbot, fipyaker of the House of Representatives, to higher public office in thl* State, took place yesterday when leader* of the House representing every political faction and party praised the leadership and character of the Delaware Countian. While the reference to the Speaker’s political future was not specific, x ap-    Talbot ha* been spoken of fre- ed to qijently of late a* a front-line cand!-Governor or Mi "d- Lleutenant rn re IL District* 4 and touring the rh; Under thia formed men w times There w tram* men mal uh the third car ngement 15 uni-e on duty at all >e five additional a total of 20 men I ! • Eighteenth The wlfn with offlcla Trust Coml ertv. and i Diamond It 'nam 'ornrr Ap B Hi riured kin re ii K It n »wcd that the ji ■axed in April, ror ten year* at an annual renu $125. and gave the tenant* an oj to buy the ground on Edgmont avenue at the p.ice of $75 per front foot ion Al I ENTOWN Pa . Mav 6 UP With state official* planning an investigation of intolerable renditions in the sweatshops of the Lehigh val-ley. the baby strikers" strengthened their lines todav and continued their light with increas'd enthusiasm N w impetus was given the strike yesterday whn Mrs G.fford Pinrhot wife of the Governor of the common -we aith. jot rn d the children on the picket line in both Allentown and Northampton. Dressed in a flaming ted ensemble, she amused them and urged them to continue their struggle until the “intolerable conditions are remedied " The first lady of th# state was especially aroused over reports that many of the girls hid been mistreated bv foremen and superintendent* in the mills Vigorously she announced she would urge action to plare the offenders in And a* a result of her presence In the town. District Attorney John Die/endrrfer, of L-hich county, said lie had assigned County Detective Hub'rt Barhman to investigate the testimony of the girl* ■ If the stories sre substantiated" he said, "we will take criminal ar* Will Not Issue An) Li-censes Until Latter Hart (»f Present Month —froir No beer    licenses will be    issued    In    R°‘u IVlaware    county under    the new    _ State law    until the latter part    of    snr(. van Kj affir ri e in th iws Patrolman n traffic duty I, and Traffic also relieved duty and assigned to a No changes have bern iesk men, but Pat rn I man Ira tv by Needham, State safety. General Ncedh to newspapermen dawn winds outside coast guard station and ax hr spoke PFggy’s father, Neil C McMath wa*, undergoing continuous examination inside the station Boggy was home again, sleeping in her ’own bed In the 22-room M< Math house at Harwtchport, but the mvstriv of her kidnaping seemed ax far front solution as ever. The girl was found with her father and several other men aboard a boat off Harwlehport lair yesterday McMath and his busine**' * x»v late William l ee as well aa bankers and other* concerned in th** ransoming of Peggy, were questioned tbrough the night after Peggy had told her story and had been sent home with Mi* McMath Needham told P« *g\ * story, announced that the ransom had amounted to $60 000 in currency and made public some details of negotiations for the child * ret un tho month, lf was indicated yesterday bv County Treasurer William I. Dickei. i approved bv Gov-on Wednesday, pro-iv r ; both (Wholesale ill be issued bv the •r in each county of is assigned to place Acting Ber- The new ernor Pinch* vide* that I and retail, > county trea i the Blate. Treasurer Dickei pointed out yesterday, that the Blat# has not yet submitted any form of application blank for those persons and corporations who dean# licenses. He anticipate* a standard form being prepared In Harrisburg but expect* that each county will have to print it* own application blanks The blanks may be readv .n a week or ten dave, Mr Dirk"! declared, sod then he will be readv to I erie vc anpjlrationz profit-taking near the close yesterday recently been doing    h«,\ond    that    fI’Is declined to go Needham told Peggy* story and other detail* shortlv before 4 a rn. and Indicated then that he and hi* men. aa well as McMath, and all the other a Unease* would stay at th# coast guard station through the rest of Die night He warned, however, that he would allow no further statement* to be made, and would let no infiwmation leak from the ♦ell guarded station Among tit# witnesses under examination wa* Cyril Burk. a Mar-wir hport year-round resident who REPORTS PROVE ENCOURAGING special rrarnr patrol driver. * grant Denmark. Traffic form rly in charge of Captain Busher ta now in charge of Traffic Sergeant Karraday. whose division has been augmented by the mounted men who arc assigned to the central busine** zone The new schedule wa* put in effect todav and weealv the shifts will change, giving earh man a chance at day work STOCKS KUSI'VIK ITW VKI) TK KNIT NEW YORK Mav 6 UP Stocks resumed their uptrend at the owning todav after absorbing considerable d as intermediary bet we and the kidnaper*. Az relayed the story. Buck 1 tied bv kidnapers and a ae negotiation* Buck insisted date for oof that the girl wa* held alive, J md after consulting McMath asked that she be requested to tell the name of her {>rt dog. which had died. The kidnaper’* agent re the name, ‘Peter the On in Peggy a handwriting, That convinced the McMath* that ! st wa* safe to negotiate, and ransom payment was arranged, according to Hut ti was evident that police and j federal agent* were wholly unsatisfied with the situation, McMath wa* ; Insisting upon maintaining a pledge to the kidnaper* of 48 hours' protection, it appeared, whereas the off!-1 cera felt they should have all In- ! formation and thus he enabled to start at once upon the trail Many dei ml* of the story remained I in doubt, and Needham was frankly \ resentful over the sh nation ' We’re just beginning work on thia case a Department of of Justice I agent said W'hen he left the coast j guard station long after midnight * with five other Federal agents, Friction between the McMathA and the pollee first became evident Thua- , day afternoon, when McMath asked I that all officers be withdrawn from i (‘ape (’od. and Needham refused Ie*.* than twelve hours after this J request. Peggy, blindfolded, wa* j placed in an automobile beside her f.• h* ■ i *    from the Mi Math Governor nev v< ar D’umg the re home, according to the girl'* own cess today manv of his fronds hailed Mon Hhe was taken immediately him as ' Governor." aboard a boat, she said    The    series    of    testimonial    speeches But it was not until late yesterday from the floor of the House came that police discovered Peggy was upon the closing day of the session and were occasioned by a resolution * ontinued on l ast Page pf praise introduced bv Represents-  _____ live Paul Rice of Dauphin county. GROVER T. TAI ROT ^ar During the BOYS’ OLYMPIAD HALTED BY RAIN One after another most artly* members seven of the of the House Treasurer Db will ask for stir of $1000 each provided In the kel indicated th* "tv bond* in the sum The from applicant*, a new* law' denial lo decline, vee 1*79 d 65 rent* WOMAN KILLED, 15 HURT IN HLS ( RASH ( hosier Relief and Family Welfare Association Directors Meet Cr took buair Mi ^-examination bv Mr Hannum tion" i a description of dwellings and Testimony reg* ,*■ places on Edgmont avenue standards of the Walker testified that she and Riven af a closed rdmg the moral .Dirt factories was session befoie the mien breaking to a new low* Cotton futures advar a bale Buying orders came Into brokerage house* when the pound sterling and ,    other foreign    unit*    advanced against the dollar    The    pound reached    in the reports furnished yesterday for Mrs    $4 05 i up 7    cents    and a new high    t!>#> past month at a meeting of the director* of (he Cheater Relief and Mihfarv ('<>', Hoys’ W eek Committee Decides to Lost pone Final Fa cuts to Later Date An optimistic note wax In evtdrn had lr . She ■ti in their home Mild that manv YORK Pa. May A UP louise Moiler 42 of Indianapolis. since September. 1931 114 Slate street) was killed and 15 Gains in stocks ranged upward ti The final feature aet tv tty of the Chester Bovs’ Week program, scheduled to be held im the Pennsylvania campus this morn- Continued an Last Page ( OI VTV RE.PKE*»l N TI D e annual meeting of the Chen-’minty Funeral Directors* Association wa* held yesterday at West Chester with morning and afternoon sessions, and an excellent representation from different sections of th* county. Among the guest* from this count? was Horace B Griffith, of Norwood. rn em ben cr he special commission other persons injured when a bu* of « point and large block* turned over (Ontinued on (.ast I’a-e THREE ( KLEHRATORS ll IVE I INES TO PAY unpointed bv Ga ernor Pinrhot to investigate conditions in the valley A new angle in the baby s like d ve’.orv'd in Philadrlohia today • h n United States Dixtitrt Attorney id wa rd W Wells said he wa* watching the situation closely. While I have no? berm officially Gieat En stern .Stage lune ovri-tutned st Del Roy. near here, today The dead woman wa* a daughter of Charlo* T Moiler. Indianapolis, who also was a pnxarngrr on the bu* and was injured so rrittrailv that questioning wax deemed inadvisable Ij Six other passengers were taken An Increase In the nun ebriates arrested here was the police blotter today, arrested here yesterday. on the opening The first sal made at 48 . u| x. ha rex    It mo\ dealings. American T< shares at 103 », nj teal opened a? 94 dated Gas .52 of U H Steel wax !« on a block of 4 >00 I higher in the early Family Welfare Association, held in the Chester Club, All Welsh street 'Die statistical repott, prepared bv int. has been po da ie because Uanted to a later if the inclement e phone opened I MMI up » Allied Chem- rent jp I; Consol! p «, Atchison 58 « shown on six being Three of was held in the Chester Club at .511 fhc celebrators were fined $2 and W>l*h street Fifty-six players took casts each. the others being dispart. The hands were .selected by a charged Those fined were Edward committee of eighteen of the finest Burk. 43 of Fcltomille, Abe Brady, bridge experts in the wotld.    32, homeless, Harry Gtein, 42, Town send street near Eleventh street ALTO HITS TREI    John Pierson, 30, of Fogie street near Seventh street, William Brown, 24 DRIVER UNINJURED Fcltomille. and G I) Green, of Wilmington, Del wen* discharged vit iation closely snd mav start a federal invrx-igation of the moral conditions in the factories" VISITOR TO ( ITV DISC OVERS BLAZE Ger si Motors sold a? 22 . up ck of 3000 share* Mitchell Tor. 22, of the 700 block .____ u ,    Fast !• ivt.• i, -trect. arrested on a dis creet. Marcus Hook, narrowly es- ord,rlv rond,irf rhaJgP , Charles Hughes 30. of 12 Walnut caped injury last evening when an automobile he was driving crashed into a tree at Eighth and Kerim street*, badly damaging the automobile Hughes told Pollee Magistrate Honan that he lost control when a pedestrian stepped rn the path of hi* ear and the machine skidded on the wet pavement when he swerved to avoid striking the man. He was fined $.5 and costa on a disorderly conduct charge. , val held for questioning Mr* Marv Stevens. 731 Green street, test tJVu! he was one of a group of youth* who conger ga ie on a corner near her horn'’ night iv and make life miserable for resident* in that .section pohcc have been instructed to round-up this gang I. *. TRF ANURA BAI. AM K nformed of anc actions over which ?0 the York Hospital and eight more h** federal government ha* junsdie- received treatment at the Columbia ion," he said "I am watching the Hospital Confined to the York Hospital In a on an mitts rriftrail condition were: Orare Spring- fellow St. Joseph Mo: Mvna I,ogan    WORKMAN'S AIInIIAP St I .oui*. Mo , Mrs Dorothy Dolan.    —- Brooklyn. N Y. and Mrs Wanna Isaac Taylor, of Kerlln street, aux Jacob* snd her small child, address tamed burn* unknown Those taken to the Columbia Hos-Glancmg otr over the city from the pit * I were Jack Nadler. Detroit; office of John Fealaon, high in the    Edward Reynold* and her C roger o'clo< k yesterday afternoon. J M Coffin, of Ridley Park, noticed smoke issuing from the roof of an a part- Mrs Gertrude Mow iv allowed I hot cornin non. the total case load tot the month Clat* belie? of April wax 3788 OI 372 (%«,»>'* Ic?• the n ain ii than the preceding month. New and the lr eat! h renewal ease* were reduced 50 pet vat tot. MI eve rent It wax reported, and 648 case Hie fill a being rallied were sui cexafullv r ineerl Bovs’ Ohm out Office consult at leu us at the te i those who rr lying desk totalled 2146 with rHhei teat* i in th* art* of service by staff member* total from earh ing 8156 event. and Encouragement abeoit cond it tons on in divide showing an improvement can tie of t h p fen ather The field wa* In a soggy id t’haiiman Walter it d that this condition and [h? prove detrimental to f the paitietpant* in the * scheduled. was to be staged as a Congress Today IR? UNITED fKESS! .Senate reify ut House, and itll Monday. committee* in I'1 opicsof i I lines J WASHINGTON, Treasur y balance Mav 6 INS' a* of May 4 Another accident wax recorded at $5.51 239 582 64. expenditures. *40 416 Broad and Potter street*, .shortly before last midnight, both drivers escaping injuries Theae cars were operated bv O M Corbin SI, 6 East Twenty-fourth street, and leonard Warren, 22. of 2 Hutchinson avenue. Holmes Both driver* w*re arrested and will be arraigned for hearings in police court on Tuesday, M.<y 16 483 37, custom* receipt*. $3 162 518 83 BIGAMIST MUST SEB VE JAIL TERM „ ,,    .    .    .    .    „    daughter, Pa tale, 3 of Atlantic City; Building, shottly before 3 Benjamin Green and hi* wife. Lula. Detroit; Mrs Bertha liver. 82. Detroit; Mix Mar* Oates Granite City III. and Esther Rokeach, Colum-irrnt above a sign pa,nim" establish- bus, O men* lomUd a? 128 East biXih *trce? r. rn ;*d a cent to the Chester Rf cue ROOSEVELT < ANCEL* TRIP Mi? ion Coffin piekrd up a telephone and WASHING IOT Ma* 6 tUP* called the Mmamensing Hook and Prudent Rooxrxej? canceled plans Ladder Company, which responded for * crulsr rt0*n lh* Potomac today to the alarm with the pumper and flnfl *r™nged In *e*d to discus* the aerial ladder truck The extension Wf>rlfl Economy situation with Htal-ladder wa* raised to the roof of the m*r ^hacht the Oerman rrprexenfa-two-atory structure *o tha* firemen Uv*“ *ho arrived here yesterday could ascend with a line of hose from the chemical tank on the pumping gathered from the fact that each the Oiym day from four to five letters are each schi of the face and hand* r^cHvcd frf,m various clients of the to carn w'hiie at work at the pumping v?a?ion welfare, who report to the office* of a Marcus Hook oil refinery at that they have received employment Twin Oak*, yesterday afternoon He    th*t it la no longer nee*s*arv was removed to the Chester Hospital for them to accept the help of the rn the ambulante of the Marcus Hook otganization In all these rommuni-Fire Company, No I where he wa* cation* the thanks of the former Gandhi    ta    going to    fast    three Hie participant*    were    again*    he say* Lucky    he* lev tv rd the pi dim    mary    do,ng    ,t tn    |ndui not h#>rf too    e«n- own school*. Iwo    boy*    mon    here    to    attract ane attention. moi were to be in each!    . l/es were to be awarded    Magistrate Honan    gave hi* wife a and team basis. One secretary desk for a birthday present. m s was to have been He says he a glad auch parties only Parade of Nation* ’ with come once a year. i represent a nation and    ............ tier* and parade in a    Hr-t obligation of    the undergrade group tref ore the judges’ stand    Hate la to think, say* Pnnreton dean. The w,liners of all event* held In Parade of unemployed graduate* to thia rity during Boys’ Week were to Washington should give them some-hate received their prises st the con- thing to think about, elusion    of Hie local Olympiad this morning Thew youngsters will have    “Japane.xe Claim Chinese Leaders Di- admitted for treatment and ob.serva lion client* are extended to ti iz.ation for the help to t organ (OI VII AA OMAN i MONI N Dc treasure ( ontinued on l.a*t Page f r‘ OCCASIONAL RAIN LOR THIS AREA TODAY th* Mrs Hat Dalby, wa* Pennsylvania Federation of Democratic Women, a? a meeting beld in Allentown yesterday Mrs Katherine Flohr a leader in Democratic politic* since women were granted ^ eastern Pennsylvania New suffrage, wa* elected president of the De,a a are ^and Maryland I* * federation to watt until the committee arranges for another date, depending on the future availability of the P MC ground* Chairman Craig gave a further announcement to the effect that the general commit tee in charge of th* Propose Truce," read* a headline. Truce^ We thought they denied up to now that there wa* ex en a war. A wet • < der . a > P:nrhol rn de s football of the repeal issue Being s Dr* you d hardly expect him to Occasional rain I* prcii; Box*' Week would meet in his office maxe a highball of it nrxt Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock to deride on the completion of the celebration. Todays postponement wa* a big FAILS TD ELUDE LONG ABM OE I,AVV Th was found that the fire which originated in :he chimney had t through a defective flue and cd the roof about the chimney flamer were extinguished a lew    t    , n< arrival of Hie fur- Soldier drought From IMuU and it wa* not necessary to use HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bf United l»re«*» AT ( III Rf HILL DOWNS I'leads Guilty to ('harse of    ippim,s    Kwr    K,i,ur*> .Marrying Before (Jotting I livorce V re attracted to the fire bv the fight of the apparatus with the ladder raised The damage to the building was alight. Lav Court Order BISHOP TAITT IS JOVIAL HOST Entertains Wives of Minister', at I limier in ( on* junction With Meeting I — FUaii Dix. Lucio Amel a. RtHv 'tare \hh>. Ruff 'tuff Southland Duke, Aboral!. I hreat. ,»—-Ormnnt ( up. New fica!, sun Bn*. left Wing, Hvphar. Gold Pot 4— i None». 5— None •. 6— Kings!, Warren Jr., Boilermaker. 7— None I. 8—lodie K Birthday (lift Weather, eloudv; track, slow I' Ii ADDY    »Tt?    really no limit 'n ti - mg mm.a of I . DARK I DLMCX RAIS ’he arm of the la •* PLAN KOK CAMPAIGN Although he rn« Samuel C Claseil. Jr 37, formerly of Morton, know* that there is prac- Me. IWO fan. Ik*    rn Clarence J Irhman 43, of 157 South Carolina avenue. Atlantic City. N J. wa* sent to the county prison for a term of six months to one year bd? Judge Albert Dutton MacDatie, at Media yesterday, when he pleaded guilty to bigamy. Lehman wa* arrested by County    quarters in Drexel Manor this week    Delaware county probation aufhon- I> lect ive Rae \f Kaplan, on th'    plans were laid before the members    De*.    __ complaint of wife No. 2, who was    on pariV enrollment and ll wa* de-    Cl*** 11 wa* brought bark from the    families,    this    I*    the    outstanding event Sarah E Maurer 43.    cud'd to make a house-to-house ran- Philippine* on tile order of the ad- of the year and is Poked forward to The second wife to.d the court that    va?* of both the Twelfth and Thir-    ’utant general of the army and ye*-    *ith    keen antlnnauon. he and Dhmnn xx ere married on    tcenth wards for the purpose of in-    ter day was sentenced bv Judge Al-    a    bu April 9    1931, by Magistrate Amos    creasing the Democratic registration    bert Dutton MicOsde to spend a year    time    of ape the clutches of the Delaware county authorities for failure to pay *• A’ a meting of the TwGfth and rr>urf order and wax -rn* to *he Phil* Thin tenth Waid Democratic Club of ipplnes with hi* regimen’ Cisaell Upp*r Darby, held at the club’s trad- f«i*?d to elude the long am The Ministers* Association of Chester and Vicinity turned axide yesterday from the theology and routine pastoral duties and. with their wive* army las^ ta,I    to    made merry in their ninth annual outing snd dinner The affair wax held at the Strath Haven Inn. Swarthmore, and wa* marked by a large attendance a* a sexual affair y fhe    and means of binding the tie* of friendship in the common interest* f the clergymen of the city and their generally fair tomorrow The highest temperature here m terday was 65 degree* at 12.30 p rn and the lowest was 48 at 6 a rn The average of 56 wax three degree below normal for the date and seven degrees below the average May 5 last year. Maximum temperature f-u 'lie date is 90, established in 1928 and minimum 40. in 1891 Sunrise today was at 5 55 a rn . and sunset will be at 8 p rn eastern daylight saving lime. HIGHWAY ROBBER I SUSPECT ( APTl KKD Continued on Last Page FAILS TO OBTAIN LICENSE FOB DOG venport i remark that the dude, wno Ut always going around with a chip on earh she drier, generally ha* a block in between. Hedgerow Theatre Actor Just Misses Loin# to Jail for Five-Day Period Don't fret bemuse the state legislature ha* finally adjourned. Other circule* are due to arrive any old time now. A Media man got hi* nam# in news-pttnt because he ha* .several bank notes We haxe a few note* in the bank but we don t want any publicity about it. >f H rathe com age Joseph Conway road upper Darby, and th panions, who attempted to hold-up in the Quaker CIU feur's Club Philadelphia. J were captured an hour af forced their wax into the the print of revolvers All f later identified bv their intended victims, Including Harry Billman. Philadelphia pugilist, who was in the 'Pennsylvania Fruit in Demand,** r>ad* another headline There is a big demand among Democrat* for plums. One of the stars of the Hedgerow Theatre in Rose Valley, booked him- A writer gives ten reasons w'h? self for a part in what might be called corn should be the national flower, Behind the Bars" yesterday The but fail* to mention it* use* a* an part wa* not rehearsed, but H C. octagonal gargle. ib at were A drunk arrested heir gave hi* ocTups'ton as a prospector Doubtless he had something in mind about Sheppard 40, was ready to go with it and Magistrate a C. W Ma'hues had done hi* part in making out. a commitment for Constable Ward Pollock of Nether Proxidence township, Quart* that would lead to a lode to take the thespian to the county jail Sheppard was rescued when Jasper Deeter, manager of the Hedgerow, J he Weather club. Police In radio equipped cars m    th.    t .in***    /vc11ti ir!    rh, chased the gunmen tot several block >.<(V J., , .»«<) rn!, L    WASHINGTON*    Max    6— I l‘ — nu nix ter* Dom 4 to 5    effecting their rapture    L... PY..-* 8hepp«rd» j weather forerast: Eastern Pennsyl. 'HORTEN!NG SWITCH AT PI3II IC O 1—Plunder. 2—Royal Durbar. U:ght Bie'-y trio Gaff, Trundle. 3— None . I—\\ ixe Monex. 5—GI lien P»ornie, >lx < nxtanef 6—»Jimmy 'u’r'’. f arrara;a 7—skid Bnght F»ird, Oregon Fir 8— Vnnei. Weather, cloudy; track, sloppy. fire with $9 60. covering Sheppard fine and rest*, a    a rd was re-    V. Vs.Tn.I K'ber. of Upper Providence About S Con: dine explained in defat! hi the county jail    o'clock while the ladle- were enter-    'intl:    ii    nisi, 'VNUK ll    based in tin** to take his part in En- r.._ ,uU    nmko»i» m ? .x month* later Min. Lehman de- the work to be done and had com- Evidence wa* offered that Cbell tamed about the beautiful and spa-:    gene O Nellis play, "The Hairy Ape,"    Nunri ‘ irn-r4i|v fAir .na »    ed    by Judge MacDade on nous ground* that stir rom    ,*h(, w.rmf.r w;ot her a boti t anour r wife and she work end report bark to Mi B ad! y, M«y 16. 1930 to pay $30 a week for At the busine ss ac-xion officers for the the Southern Pennsylvania Traction The actor was one of several Rose 5V ,    iv am,? Dania-    trneraiiv inytstq ated the report.    th? club’s prc?;dcn:    Without a dis-    he support of hi* wife Mrs Ca h-    new    year were elected ax follows    Company are completing a project of    Valley dog owners who were sum-    f„ir ,H >unjiV ‘    _ I    hrr    n    .tdmr.ted marry mg Ju i    n .n" x’oe, thy    club members    whole-    crtne Cisseil,    and two ama ii diiidren.    Rev Harry D Robinson, president;    rail removal aud paving at the site of    mooed before Magistrate Mat hues be-    ,hl u J:, ..._ ai    _    ,    ..    iruu* Lamb. a? Elkton, Md on May 9. 1921. h rit dy supported the candidacy of L.ior Iv after, the man worked a* a Rex Stanley V Wilcox, vice-presi- a long switch on Morton avenue be- rau.se their dog* did not display 1933    ,    At    .    *    .on,_ht’ I o:dn I t - ll my wtl>    ab- it b • ng    Mr. Con xi dine for postmaster of the    re lr- men for * concern in Ufo N.    dent;    Rev Edwin 8 Fry treasurer    tween Seventh and Ninth street*    license's Sheppard declared he did    _______ ma rued before    I loved her    Dr-x-"! H: J pox office It was a’so    Y., from «inch eifv he w?ent n Wash-    Bison    W Sheffield, secretary.    The rail* are being removed between    not have the cash and telephoned, nti    I wa*    afraid of lo^nc her." h'-    announc'd fh*’    th)" Oakview    D~mo-    In^ton D C    Wh»n the eour* ord-r    Dinner was    xerved a? 5 30 ok-lock    Seventh and Eighth street* It is    Deeter to obtain a substitute for his, t •, r, orient emo'icn He    cratic Cub r JI    hold its firs    annua!    ”?• no? pele! Delaware conn*' * n-    and proved to    be a very happv ocra-    believed that removal of the rail* will    pert. The theatre man reported back    6    a.    rn 48    10    a.    rn.    .....    49 :oid    he    Coui he l ad cl rr-r.rd that    outing on Sunday, Mav 28 1933 in    deavored to    bring CtaseH bac/ b .?    sion for manx    reasons esparlallj be-    jexxen congestion in the area and    that no one else knew Sheppard s    7    a    rn 50    ll    a    m....... 48  Marple township Automobile? will    ——----- benefit th* merchant* on Morton!    8    a    m SO Noon.........II C ontinued on Last Page leave Lindbergh Bridge at 9 a rn.    Continued    on    Last    Page    I    ( ontinued on Page Eight avenue.    Continued    on Last Page 8 a. rn. ..... 60 TODAY’S TEMPERATURES ;

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