Chester Times, May 9, 1933

Chester Times

May 09, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE .fONT.IS, EN DING DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,588. Da Hr L.e*<<ed Wire Rtport* of United Pre** (ITI and International New* Service iINSl CHESTER, PA.. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 193S PRICE, TWO CENTS WA GE RISES GIVEN B Y MANY PLANTS OVER THE NATION U.S. EQUALIZATION FUND OF 4 BILLION SEEN TO BUY GOLI! REPAIRS TO DIKES WILL BE DISCUSSED B VSEBALL PLAYER INJURES HIS NECK County Engineer Choree Wright expects to meet Captain Harry Turn* engineer of the War Department, from Washington, In Media tod.i\ and mill go with him to Harrisburg to discuss Tinicum flood condition Buying Power of 50,000 Workers in the States Disclosed in Survey -Widespread Growth of World Watches Dutch Confidence Reflected in Optimistic Fore- Guilder: Muddle Alay Af* casts - Ford Sees Turn for Better    feel F rance, and Others london Newspaper Says TrS^ Z w»tV*'ut'' 'J America Will Follow it * probable ^hat ^ ca p? tun -nm *    ;v    foul British Exchange Plan will confer with County Commissioners Drears, Hunter and Dramond before starting for Harrisburg county has agreed to furnish and dirt to be used in the work of repairing the dikes along Darby rteek The War Department s' is experted, mill furnish men and a barge for the murk I he appropria* _ J    non bill passed by th# Legislature in- I ON DON,    Ifav 9 TP The    eludes .in Item of Mn OW int rode. I Pm rn    Z    Ir\    90    Pt>r    Cant    nnri    world of finance    watched the Dutch    by Senator John J Merlin, of i Increases Range r rom    d    to    tv    r    er    cenr.    ana    pi (d r wlfh lhe    kPPnP5! anxlHy t0.    county, for work to be d day, believing that activities of spec-    Department of Forests and Waters ulatora, in the foreign exchange I Engineer Wright and Captain P “ Include Automobiles Textile Manufactories and General Lines—Is Industry's Answer to Roosevelt Attack on Depression market, combined with large with- will discuss plans for an early start draw a Is of cold for hoarding and the on the work of repairing the dikes contluued flight of gold from Hoi- through which high water has poured land. might cause the Dutch govern- ln recent weeks, flooding thousands menf to declare an embargo on the pf acres of Iinb :m - windup it I Hurled on hut head after a cleat of lins baseball shor caught on the first-base bag resulted in Charles McClelland, 19, of 422 Penn street, being taken out of the Felton Hose Chemical Company-Supplee Dairies baseball Ile. Sunday, and hts the Chester Hospital found he had sustained neck injuries. Young McClelland, son of George IT" B McClelland. Sr. fore nm n of streets ravel i in ttlp cj(y department of streets and public improvements, has been a member of the Are company team since lait season, and had played the three games this season with the Arent -us team ll.- w<i„s uimltted for observation, and later discharged McClelland, well known as an athlete. has played on representative teams of the Bovs' Club of Chester, both football and baseball, and other trams in the amateur field. SCHOOL BOARD OFFERS SITE FOR NEW POSTOFFICE Asks .$100,000 for round and Three Buildings at Fifth and Webb Sts. Amount Is $25,000 Less Than Original Price; Site Is Central rO<. HAMPERS VISS ELA yellow metal Such a Yesterday's heaty rains imperiled the course would lead to the ;    almost to the breaking poin* PHILLIF.s < ti I, OI I ti AMI S The scheduled double-header be wet was A wave of wage increases, raising ditions are coming about to a great the buying power of 50 000 workers in extent due to the President's dogged abandonment of the gold standard twenty-flve states, was industry's an- persistence to, balance the budget and ny France. Belgium and Switzerland, swer today to President Roosevelt s restore purchasing power There is the onlv other important countries vigorous attack on the depression    definite evidence that the Presidents    remaining    on gold, exchange experts    tw^n the Phillies and Cincinnati A United Pi ess survey disclosed a    program ta well on IU way toward its    feared.    was postponed todav rn Philadelphia widespread growth of confidence re-    goal. It behooves all American bus!-    Holland    was putting up a stubborn    b«.cau*r of cold weather aru fleeted in optimistic forecasts as well nevi to support his program    flRnt to maintain the position of the (nn]|U)a a double header as in the raises of pay    The Ccid companies affected by guilder or florin which has been con-    ^heduled for tomorrow Henry Ford, announcing hit faith the increase are:    sidered the world’s strongest cur- In the “new deal,' by his first ad-    American    Airways,    Inc,    Aviation    rency because it is almost completely \ ort using campaign in more than a    Corporation    Auburn    Automobile    covered by gold reserves Dutch year, echoed the sentiments of other Company, Lycoming Manufacturing commercial banks widened the dis-manufacturers in the words    Company, Stinson Aircraft Corpora- count rate on future dealings on We have made a complete turn- lion Du. senberg, Inc., Spencer bona Ade trade transactions, around, and at last Americas face is    Heater Company, L.    G.    S    Din tees    jf the outflow of gold continued toward the future.'    Corpora non. Columbia Axle Com-1 speculators would pay the extra dis- The most impressive move toward pany. Centra! Manufacturing Com- j count to continue their raids, it was restoration of buying power was taken pany and the Limousine Body Com- forecast bv Error Loban Cord, president of the    pany.    Tire American dollar showed sud- F L. Cord Corporation, who an- Another Interstate organisation den strength in trading today, openminded within 12 hours atter Mr moving toward pre-depression wag#. ,ng at 13 94 ^ the pound and elos-Roosevelt.« public review of his first and salary levels was the Columbian ,nK a( t < 95 a for the pound of eight wepks in office, that all Cord Peanut Company, which announced J01< CfnfA 5,nce Saturday. units would raise wages 5 per cent increa>cR of from IO to 20 per cent I    Dutch    guilder    lost against the A heavy fog, which settled down on the Delaware river yesterday shortly after noon interfered with shipt ling in the channel All vessels moving up and down the river, as well as the steamers operated by the Wilson line, moved slowly until the bourd and the sri fog began to lift late in the after- J j?,*d to commuu noon Many of the small boats along $1 th it IOO to the I the shore in this cliv. Hosing ton and eminent Mal ens Hook remained fast to tlieir moorings all day Proper! \ now o Starr, Harvey and buildings on the ca Street south of Lift offered bv the che trier to the United ment tor the sn included in a p properties to be of!' a new postoffice Action Was taken off.! of the site la meeting of the sc ho in t he Lark ut I: lilt Crosby at rec ta. iii* opted bv the Hoskins school •ast Side Of Welsh ft is street, will be tester School Deli states Govern-of HOO OOO. to be posed grouping of lei rd as a site for BRITAIN ACCEPTS U. S. PROPOSAL OF TRUCE ON TARIFF Decision Communicated to Norman H, Davis, Roosevelt'* Personal Ambassador, in the House of Commons —MacDonald in Speech on Foreign Affairs Advises Silence at Present on War Debts Question- Sees Clear Understanding Between England and United States on World Economic Conference tnt \ were authorise the offer of it rd State* ({oval such form as the Government may requite tile offer to to eon re ming flu . evening ut a LONDOff, May 0 <UP> Oreaf 1 “Whatever happens," MaeDonald ol directors held Hilt,un a,.-opted today the United told the House, the United States ling Broad urn! filles proposal for a tai iff truce and ourselves now clearly understand pr< a dent of in** j until the opening of the world eco- each ethel We shall enter with a nom ic conference,    full    determination    to    do    everything The acceptance was communicated M‘ ran make the World Economic to Norman ll Davis President '"'if. renee a success and thereafter Room veil's personal ambassador to continue to help to remove fear from Rn rom in Die House of Commons l"’ hearts of the Pacific nations of CHIU)HEALTH CEMER REPORT made. and the resolution concerning Just before sn important speech cm I    , MARIONETTES AT MAY MARKET the offer also contained the st qty I lion that no commission be paid bv the school district to HHV the degl is consummated retarv was also authorised to furnish to any Individual requiring such a document a ropy of the formal Wide Scope of Work Ro* Special Feature Arranged ported at Meeting of for Hospital Fete Hoard of Directors foreign sffairs by Prime Minister J.I n"* fluted states has agreed, lf Ramsav MacDonald MacDonald Sir lhf disarmament conference comes person lf John Simon, foreign aecreUry, and .    like * satisfactory issue. The sec - { Walter Bunche in, president of th." ’ f 1?s £*nt! m consultative pacts, Board of Trade, jointly conferred ’J1'* • U“M of wh’ch will be ta increase with Davis before the arsino    of    Europe    and    the    safety What r•'servalions or stipulations 0fn£d    war.1* were made in connection with the Marl said advised silence at pres- not dt»- on resolution of offer The school dn’rict property was British accept a ne- were described as containing the three, closed .schools and a frontage on Fifth Al the same time. ent on the war debt* issue. “The prospects of .success In the «rTVi 1,1 a I ( vrrv delicate matters that must be nT.'u ..    .    Gicd    Without delay," he said. ' would Thursday, Alay 25 on May IO. The turn of events that has taken .    ....            At    a    meeting    of    the    Child    Health for its 2.000 employes tn^-8 mills pound, opening at 8 40 and closing Center held in the headquarters of “....... at 8 41’* The French franc, after the West End branch spread through five states, A definite    .    ....     _       _____ __ ____________ place in our country under President upward trend wag discerned bv the opening*weaker at M to the pound, nod street’ Yesterday Roosevelt's guidance did not Just hap *    ——--, ^    -    -    -    -    -    —    '    *—*    * *• *- pen," Cord said. “These changed con 1014 West 8«c-aBemoon the Continued on Page Ten SPEEDY JUSTICE IN KIDNAP CASE NAZIS DRAFT CHURCH SCHEME reeo'ered and closed at 85%.    hoard    of directors announced that The flight of Dutch gold reached there is a pres* mg need for a bu bv new heights yesterday, with heavy    carriage to be    used    in bringing    a private purchases Even peasants    child suffering    from    the    effect*:    of were lined up in front of banks to    infantile paralysis to    th*’    clinic    for buy gold coins in large quantities.    treatment It was suggested that Holland I The mother of the child, also a On Thursday, May 25 the Chester Mu pita! May Market will ive held on the lawiu* of tlw institution at Ninth and Barclay streets and one of the features will la* the Cheater High .School Marionettes They will present an oiigtnal ver- hr remove! >t once. bete, /he world "ulemenTXe,'!    SEFJta economic conference onrn< or th* *«eroen a about what is going on in conference    ST fa.lure lh * *t.nUUv*‘ »*"* non-committal lit at tx I • I a1 ab Ok it et rn # * I. i A MUK eew •« a H.a-I £ auk street of 142    feet and    189 feet on    warned    that    the    debt    difficulty must Welsh street Discussion of the offer    came up following the    nadmg    by    IMe.sident Charles P Larkin. Jr . of a communl- I fitw double -edged statement was In-    _____ cation from    William    M    Hunter,    tat preted    in    some    quarUis    a* an! PARIS, May 9 'INS*—New nego- realfor, w ho asked the perm! Mon of    n»    yif|<|    (l„ Hie tai iff question tlationa were launched bv the French the bourd to a* as agent in including if the United Blites would yield on J their proper!) rn the a.' < milling of debts.    I    Continued on Page Ten properties in tile locality, preparatory J    _  _____________...r_.................. . .__ to making a genet al offer of the sit# 1    cmarrr,,...rn ,    „roup ,,j    Yh-    NKG    KO    KILLED    KY 1 value of bringing th# long-needed might follow Frances example and victim of the disease, is linable to get of the Art Club of the high \ tr < t v numbers including a play starring 'Mickey Mouse " The J    m production will be under the auapicea #n<^ much di. • lased pub    g obtain a large foreign loan which to support the Guilder. with the child to and from the clinic un less means of transportation of this with Miss Myra Bowle directing inder the chairmanship Early Trial of Buck Broth* Mould Take in Present ors, in McMath A bd UC*    lutheran Bodies and Be tion, to Be Sought    Headed by Bishop of Mrs. The London Dally Express, under    kind are provided through the gen-    George w Pedlow Tile prrform- thr banner line, “Great Odd Muddle    eroelty of some charitably inclined    anc***, will be given at ♦ and 7 o'clock. Begins." pointed out that a great in-    person who may have a coach they    This pi reduction will be a real nov- ternatlonal scramble for gold was would ca re to donate,    city    for kiddles and for grown-iii* underway.    According    to    Mrs.    Anna    M    Brice    tcfo,    and capacity crowds are anticline newspaper said it had been    supervisor, the rase is one that has    pated at each of the two perform- informed the United States was about j Treated unusual interest among    a nee* The high school studenta in which resulted in the price of I IOO, physicians connected w ith the clinic the progs am nave been carefully | WARMER WEATHER FORECAST FOK AREA Shortly after 1130 a rn. todav Cloudy eking are predicted today. Continued on Page Ten The case wa* first tr* »*rd at the selected tor their special ability and I    Continued    on    Page    Ten    : sounded the whistle and expected the aver age of 52 was eight degrees below clinic and then referred to thr orth- have been rehearsing and studying    ,li "i atop tits progress toward the j normal for the date and one degree opcdic r ime of the chester Ho offal for some time, even -;oing to Phiia- c||< CIV    IVKNKI)    rails    ou    which    the    tram    was    running    »>#low the average May 8 last year. Din s 1 ca lux us v 1,1    The    man    did    not    heed    the    warn-1 Maximum temperature for tho date OF    NEW    RACKET    to whlrh it responded    Brace* and    a l    pair of crutches have    been provided Police lier* were adv ised today to    Continued    on Page Ten warn local druggists against two imposters    who    have sucre Tully worked    cUL’L I Yr’ TI I sd ll YI*’ a    bs md new ’racket    on diuiicut*    ^ a -1 - aw I a * Iii »    III*» T* SLAYING OF NEGRO HARWICH Mass, May g—•UPI— BERLIN, May 9—(UPI—The ruling Speedy Justice as an example to deter    Nazi party drafted a scheme today other kidnapers, became the koh! to-    for a Reich* church that would bir    HP I’(AGISTS    WARNED day as state detectives and District    all Evangelical Christians “of non* Attorney William C. eros* ley moved    A rya., descent’* from the church to clear up    final    details ot    the case    membership against the    Buck    brothers, abductors    The plans of    the Nazi    party    usually of Peggy Mc Ma lh    become the official plans of the Crossly predicted that the ’rial    Reich would be over and the cate ended The scheme aimed at the establish-____ month* _    .    .    .    ment of a “Enangelical Reich throughout Pennsylvania Within two weeks a Grand Jury. in    church" for Aryan Christians and    Tho racketeers are doing business special seas!®**, is expected to hear    for German Aryan Christians living    with druggist* only    Their scheme is I .    .    “ th# evidence against Kenneth Buck. abroad. It would recognize the Bov- to convince the druggist that they art Assistant County Detective Rat 27, unemployed chauffeur charged preigntf of the National Socialist    to puce an electric refrigerator Kaplan and city detectives have with kidnaping with intent to extort.    an<| Wouid be *• ready to preach m his store leaving a buneh of keys larked unuringlv during the past 3fl and his brother Cyril, charged with lh<, Q0*p* j in the third Reich ’ It rmo to lie given to every customer ho,,r* running down every riue that    . extortion under threat* The men    would take in the present Lutheran    making a so-cen.'    purchase Later might    lead    to the solution of the be used for maintenance only, pleaded not    guilty    yesterday    in Proc-    church and    the    Calvinist    Conger-    on    a'i    the    krvx are collected aud    the    murder    of    Walter    {‘erkinaon,    Negro    .... holder of the k«*y (hat unlocks tile formerly of *h*    200 block Flower ( ,\B.S DA.MALF.D; refrigerator reeeiviw the electrical de-1 street. who*e tody was found along vice If the druggist accepts the tracks of the Pennsylvania rn ii -tempting offer he la asked for $22:»0    n,*»r Highland avTnue, yester- to cover the coat of the keys. Till* day morning Parkinson a skull was where Martin Luther preached The money is demanded in advance and fractured and hi* throat slashed when he pays, the trick is completed Tile imposter* never return. i/mt»i»is tx.*-**!*  .......- —..... .........  They    Introduce    theni.seive*    as    rep SOV ILI I* hHKfcAKciK Nazi    and    ele<t    a    lilt    Bivhop    resent at Ives of Hie Bockey Refrigera  _October 31.    tor    Company    of    Mansfield,    Ohio    and    for    a    time    believed    they    were    on The draft specified that wily Na/i* There in no such company known in the rglht track when they found would br permitted to present candi- Hie ohio city. TRAIN AT TRAINER h(HI| i this city and advised the direct ort and that prier would be an Important in* f1;tr 'n*"th.'^ Vn 'en* Unic' ' Ho! sag gee- unidentified Negm was struck and With slowly rising temperature, in lion to the board member* concern- Instantly killed by an electric train Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, mg the pile** to be asked for the th*- tracks of the Pennsylvania Delaware and Maryland. There will pn jw rty at the present tune was Railroad in the vicinity of Marcus) be occasional rain this afternoon or tad (Mg) Consideration of the Icier Hook creek. Trainer    tonight and tomorrow was referred to sn executive aession, | The train was northbound and the The highest temperature her* yrs- engineer C H Johnson aaw the terday was 59 degrees, at I OI a. rn, Negro starting arrow the ti at ks He and the lowest was 45. at 8 p, rn. Tha where the child was given treatment) delphi# to view a Continental performance nt a similar program Other departments of the May Market are progreasing nicely, and in a short time final plans will be ready. The May Market, as almost everyone knows, Is conducted for the purpose of securing revenue to aid the hospital In discharging debts on its buildings or planning tor new departments, as money secured from the State or from the Welfare Fed- 1 nee town District Court and were    ganon- The    latter,    however,    would ordovri held in $100 000 bail each.    u*. allowed to    maintain special    char* The rase wa* continued for hearing    arter**tics May 22. It wa* expected the hearing    The church    would    be headed by a Bishop residing at Wittenberg f ontiniied on Page Ten I’ll \*sF    IN    VV7    FST    KND    ,,M<    'f'"* mgineer *«ii and he atepp*d    is    91,    c«^*h!l*hed in 19)0, and rn int- 4 11, inn    ira    va    r<. «    nm    dlm.Uy in the path of the train    ,010111    40,    in    1891. Members of the train crew alighted    Bun ria# todnv’ wa# at 8 51 a. m., Revolver shots fired    by police dur-    a„d removed the mangled tody from    *nd sunset will be at 8 03 p.    rn, trig a chase after five    suspected Ne-    the bracks, while Johnson summoned    Eastern Daylight Saving Time. gro coke thieves, at Front and Nor- |    2L“*    ***&'*.*    I    -    „    , . .    MentJet Die latter permitted tile    KH,ES    THO, DIEU A SUICIDE ria streets, last night, disturbed the . train with Johnson at the controls to    ----—— stillness of Hie night and caused one    proceed to Philadelphia and then    ! PLAINFIELD, N J. May    9 -(UP) of tile rimn pursued to    lose hi* shoes    summoned R. P. Cloud, coroner of    -"Three men w* r« dead today because One of the quintet    wax captured,    Marcus Hook, who took charge of the    a landlord objected to the way    hi* along with two trucks The ptiwmer    body and removed it to his morgue    tenants    ran their    laundry    business, eratiom    of    Chester and    Vicinity can    is alated aa Joshua Bmlth, 35. of rtilrdjon MatkG *tiert, Man tis Hook. An    Theodore    J Zeller,    the    landlord,    shot and Edwards streets, one of the truck    examination failed to reveal any clue*    and killed K I Faucetf    and    his son, owners He la being held for ques-    as to the identity of the man. John-    ■ James, 23, and then died    a suicide. Honing.    von    stated that as the train neared llie quiet approach    of Hie    trucks    him    the negro threw his hands high Of ’(    111» I NT's    I * V lf I * HT    as tiuv roasted down Noms street    above his head and stepped In front .x.    1,    t    . iii/ sa 1    o,s{ nttracu-d the Ntterffion.of a night    of the locomotive, ■L —*    watchman. He hid in the shadows    'Die victim was about five feet 8 An automobile operand by Elwood, and watched the men's movements. I inches tall and weighed about J 85 Congress Today (n* UNITED KRESS) REPORTS SINKING OF draft proposed the Evangelical congregations adopt a constitution for the new church in accordance with One clue, yesterday, which later nmifd a dud ” led to the arrest of driven by William A. Guy, Negro, of riverfront, and attenif sewn Negroes ’ Poller raided a house Cenl£f1 »v»‘nue, 'ins city, collided at street light there, he 1 MOSCOW, May 9 GNS Loss of with Hic Russian Icebreaker Ruslan wm. dw,rjt u pnn,ded that all members ii heavy toll of life, wa* revealed to- 0j congregations who enjoyed the francher for state elections would b* day The ship. which recently participated iii tort* of salvaging the Icebreaker Malygin, sank with her entire crew of 38 on April 24 when caught in a storm between Spitsbergen and Murmansk. allowed to vote except “Evangelical Christian* of non-Aryan descent ’ REGULATIONS ON MEDICINAL LIQUOR STATE HOSPITAL MEETING AT ELWYN bloodstain* in one of the room* Con- ,.,nt Plum* of th, wwrto Aowjd    „r,. b.j,    nonr    „f    th, tho- WMT-not conn,.!< d with th, nr,vu m)ur»d The Guv car which mounted the sidewalk on the northwest aide of Ttiird street, was towed away. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Rf United Pre**) WASHINGTON. May 9 -GNS* ~ Medicinal liquor may be prescribed in any quantity for periods of ninety Tin’ sixtieth semi-annual meeting mitted they wild liquor for the party of the anociation and trustee* and and each wa* fined $25 and coats. medical superintendents of Penn- when arraigned for hearing In police Sylvania state and incorporated hon- court la*’ evening The other five pitals for Mental Diseases and De- were assessed the cm tv on <haiges of feels will be held at the Elwyn being Inmates of a disorderly house murder, but had been engaged In a drunken bra a1. Tao of the seven suspects. Claude V, oodb ,rv and ^ J n J'/hnion^ ad- j ewth* rnurv was able lo remove bi* ear and reported the accident at City F Leatherbury. of Media, and one j When lie saw five alight near the    pounds.    Hi wore fray plaid    trousers pt to break a    and    a    faded blue    ahirt,    blue    sock* summoned po*    *Bd    heavy working    shoes et Ives and natl n about 12 20 a rn this moi lung Holmen sped ta the scent, but an tnev I* IIYSIUIANS AUTO Leatherbury was traveling north on approached the five N> gnaw leaped    JI    .,*»*** Lloyd street and Guy wa* traveling mer fencea and around buildings, j    DAMAGED BY FIKE Weston Third Mi eel Though both their ape cd being accelerated by J whizzing bullet* that whistled close j to them. One of the trucks held by police bears no Itrenae tags They learned the owner bought the ancient relic from a junk dealer two weeks ago, he admitted, but has never driven It. He will have to explain its presence at Front and Norria gfireets.    ,    -    .    . and was making his dally visit of iii HENATB In NCMI urit:i Wednesday noon. Banking gubcoinmlttes consider! R«KiM*velt home mortgage relief plan. Interstate commerce commitUm opens hearings on railroad reorganization bill. I inance committee considers tax bill HOI SE District firemen were called out shortly before noon today to extinguish a fire which slightly dam • aged the motor car of Dr. W J.1 padgc’t which was parked out.-vide    J ™ f ,,    1 P«ndfnt omits appro- * Booker T. Washington school. Hall No arrest* were made BONI S IRM V VI IHI ll NUW YORK May 8 'UP' the Bevent)} street and Centra! avenue ! Dr. Padgett is the school physician AT f ill RC HILL DOWNS I—-Beau Tod, < atch On, Brown Taney. Plans Training school on Friday, Mav 26. Detective Kaplan todav stated he Acre completed today by the “Vet*r-The morning session will open at IO believes to has solved the murder and ans Expeditionary,-Force,” a tow dais under regulation* i*aurd hv th* o’cJofk with an inspection of the In- expects to make sn early arrest. The bonus army organization, for a marrh Mitution to be followed by an ex- suspected slayer is thought to to in on Washington, atarting tomorrow hibition by th* school children and a hide-out in New Jersey, wiv re Jer- OScial* of the group Indicated they then a I im leon In th rafter noon MIR GIRI. RUNAWAYS Pointe in this section L<d«y were spec!ion at the time the fire occurred, A pedestrian noticed smoke coming from the ear and ran to Box No. 321, Judiciary committee hearing on municipal bankruptcy bill Military affairs committee hearing on national defense, Industrial Alcohol Bureau today to carry out the term* of the Ceiler law. For ordinary prescriptions, quantities sufficient to meet the medicinal business session. there will be a with reports of >ey state pollee are hunting him. KLANDER HUIT DI-MI**MD expected I OOO men to leave, GIX. DI N I AGL! v Mil I Chief pip,t sprint station Lillie    of    the    patient    tai    a    per,od of various commit tees to be followed bv ’    30    days    were    specified    If    a    patient’s    a scientific program by state and na- taedicinai needs will continue for a Tonal expert*, concluding with a longer period, :n the opinion of the roond table conference physician, special prescriptions may Dr J, Quincy Thomas, trustee be issued for the 90 day period    the Norristown    State Hospital Special prescriptions must to en- president of the association, dorsed by the physician who is required to not if y the supervisor of per- HEAVY STORM HITS nuts within 24 hours.    aas so MIDDLE OHIO TOWNS I reh’n. Be ,-hy. Hunter Lyon. I—1 None). 4—Nightingale, Fharamaid, Abby, Lusty. 4—toff . 5—-Billy lone-.. Squall, Tela. 8— None). 7—-(None 1. 8— Ea*ter Parade. Pete. Threat, llopu-likff. Elmira. Hlarkno*e. Sax.mod. Jnhnm *haa, Aladdin* Dream, Pharahrad. WASHINGTON. May 9 (UP) District Supreme Court Justice Proc- LAWTON, Pa, May 9 'UP) Several hundred delegate* gathered in tor dismissed today a 1500 OOO slander Easton today for the annual state *e* asked to to on the lookout for two j at to vent ii street and Central av. -girl* from Will)ant*port. Pa. who ran Hue. and turned In an alarm. The away from home and are believed to firemen quickly extinguished the to heading for Washington, D C , flames with ch* mteals. The girls are Sylvia Mathews, 18.    -    .    . ..    ..    rrp    anlIT • hor' dusk complexion She sore a    BOXER DIEN Ar (ER BOI r black roat over a green flowered dress. w rmt vakh \a.,u a and Ruby Hartwick, ll. .said to to big . k Holland M former for her age, who has straight red,Jllr*    tormtr bobbed hair, blue eye*, She wore a Topics of I i mes Now that the birr kidnaping rag# ta cleared up, keepers in the Muwachu-eetts state prison will to passing th# Bucks tor the next 20 years. UP) of suit against Sena’or Hu^y !y*ng Don j, La., brought by Gen Samuel T An* sell «ron of the Ladle* of the Oolden dark blue coat and light bito h«* Eagle and the Knights of the Golden Eat ne MELI ARE < OI ‘ NI TI, BON I* BEM.! II IART AT PIMI.KO 1—Libertx Oak, Marge, Pietx ^Danish Slipper, Dixie Be* 2—My Fergus. 3—1 None 1. 4— Nonet. 5—1 N'nne . 8—1 None 1. 7—Ire Off. 8— None , M’eather. cloudy; traik. heaxy. The estate of Mrs Elizabeth    DAYTON O Mav 9 <Upi a Bathman late of lOOl Highland ave.    heavy- storm arrowy Middle Ohio today nu# this cttv, etiolated at 82300 is    left a path of property damage and    is    v    w * Waal    ('nm rn it ti'i left to a son John W Bathman, in    injuries in Dayton s west side Half    * *J    s    **    «    «    n    '    umiiiuici her will, probated at Media The will    a dozen persons were taken to hos- directs that II to paid to Wili am T pitals with minor injuries Buck, a son-in-law. Mr* Rathman Loss to property owners wa* est!-died on April 28,    mated    at    more than $250 00®. HURLED UNDER FIELD DAY PLANS RIC MOTOR TRUCK Will Meet in City Hall This Afternoon Occupant of Rear Seat of M otorrvcle Takes Mrs William Ward, Jr., of this i ffy is chairman of arrangements now being made for the annual meeting of the fielawa re County W< lf are Council which will to held in connection with a luncheon-meeting in the Y, w. C A building, Seventh and Sprout streets, Friday. The luncheon will to served at 12 30 o'clock Ten members rn    1. I    rnp5 0,1 th#    RN    f°°<t .. .    „ .    .    I work.    They not only got    the    ran- rdversi v fis> bail and    boxing    s ar M>fJi nion, y back but    got a    couple of who turned    professional    fighter,    d ed Bucks    in addition. of a brain    hemorrhage    today    after, toll k injured last night In a six- Hop .shortage threatens, says a news round fight with Tony MarulJo at the ’dispatch, Doesnt seem possible with Coliseum Amis.    |*o many i>eopie talking as lf they were fun of It. NI ATE T AX MU « NDN HARRISBURG. Pa. Mav 9 Re-funds in excess of $5>00 made bv the Board of Finance and Revenue In Harrisburg, during April, included: Corporation tax refund* in form of    #1innu ... credit Delaware County National    u    y 10 Writer says Hitler has never been knoyn to say anything funny in a speech. Dont know. That busine.-ji about Germany not being really licked in the war sounds kind of Header W hen Hike Skids ! ' f of the boftfd of directors of the Child Bank of Chester, MOUM); and the I Russians a xiv American farmer! Health Center, of this city, will to In Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, $26,-1 to show cm how to raise grain. Of i 132 85 course that alfalfa. doesn't include chin Earnshaw Fails To Arrive Home George Earnshaw, of Swarthmore, the big right-hander pitcher of the Philadelphia Athletics, sent home from Detroit by Connie Mack yesterday for a little more practice in Shine Park, was temporarily among‘the missing today when he failed to make an appearance on the train which aas expected to bring him home. He was unreported at his nome early this afternoon George believes Mack ordered him sent home as a disciplinary measure but out ai Detroit Mr. Mack said hr wanted Oeorge to tone up a little and get .n condition for hurling. Earnshaw was ordered to work out in the park every day until Monday, when the Athletics begin a series with Cleveland. Jokers in Beer May Return Old-Time Saloon City Commissioner Wai'/ r H Cl alg, chairman of the Chester Boys’ Week Harvey Jackson, 721 Pennell street, __________ had a remarkable escape from serl- Commfftee has caned a meeting of injuries and possible death last that body for this afternoon at 4    ^    w    . o clock in his offices In City Hall At evening when he wa* catapulted HARRISBURG Pa , May 9 (UP -The dark green blinds, the heavy curtains, and the opaque Windows of the old-time Pennsylvania saloon may from the tandem seat of a motorcycle, at Ninth and Engle streets, and roiled beneath a thxce-and-one-talf-ton truck. The driver slopped the lumbering vehicle as the front  _wheels    touched Jackson, who aux- The new date will to subject to tamed bruises of the rh#-** for treat- busily engaged yn t>* n’ Riding out the availability of the campus of Pennsylvania Military College, the use of the field having been donated 'hat time preparatory will to marie for the Field Day events that will complete the Boys' Week program The original da*e act for last Saturday was postponed because of the heavy rain* Payment of Delinquent School Taxes Is Imperative COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY SPEAKER fr-wy' OfA•bvtofl?ie?*Af>'iHllnfC«    Still protect patron* from public view to the Boys' Week Committee by rh*-    tram McCord. 233 Cornell avenue..    children    in the d; trsct, concerning    Pjjce on    ?/, Medical Coilear Phiiad-tohi.    ln es^lishmems licensed under the college authorities. The heavy spring    Swarthmore both you’h* reluming I    urgent    /or the collection of    mdenendent    st Orason afaint? Medical College, Philadelphia, will new beer control law, effective June I, schedule of the local school in ath- from their places of employment in 1 taxes due the district    WU^"depend n-    If    si* When the" r-a*.K*#i I -tv,- i.*»,    ann    u.iah    1    ne    increase iouowed the action Employes In the offices of the secretary of the city school district, are I at present send) ment of which he was Admitted to    more than IO OOO    printed    letters the Chester Hospital    from the pr* orient    of the    school Jackson was riding behind B'-r-    board, Addressed to    tire pa    •    .ut* *»f It is now possible to get beer in 30 states To-date m(*ht drtnken have been finding it In a very weak state. While they mu coef more, beer licenses will not to as expensive as some marriage licenses. Dr Clyde King mw* he will battle Pmchot for ousting him. Ls it possible that he waited until the governor I JOES UP A (ENT the mil legalising 15-round bouts? PRIC E OF BREAD it was said today.    Ic    tics    and    military    tactics    may    limit    Marcus    Hook Students of the bill found that the the use of the campus clause requiring that the room in CLEVELAND, May 9 The retail The Weather y reached The letters were folded and sealed ^J1 Engle street they stopped lur a traf- in envelope* to be distributed to each    J The original schedule called for a fir light and shortly after starting .school and thin to to given by the    t^flve^u    m^    SS*wBls slowly rising temperaiuiw, WASHINGTON, May 9—Weathef fore* ast— E a * t a r n Pennsylvania— .showers tonight and tomorrow! address the members of the Delaware County Medical Society at their monthly meeting to be held at the Chester Hospital, Thursday evening The ‘    “ '    ‘    * 8 will to in Charge'of ne H«rrv> use ana accomrr xiauon ox me general aria nua ev.nus oy repreaemauvtai oi .ch m> rh..*, a uaiu^azrvwvtwn oui. zn i inc -umi nunj ;*« ui mr • nor *    tha    ro,»    of lh,al „nd ofhrr mom int* somewhat warmer in south Donahoo of th? eltv nw-MdS of Public contained no mention of the the city and neighboring .schools are trying to pass the bu* the wheel* of of the school directors »o do all in    "    '.J-    *    ?i ,nonMble    portion    tonight-    cooler    in    southwest the o»i»niM'ion    “    tuUK point of the vtMbUitr.    to    be derided rn th!* mer, Individ- me motor, bike .kidded in the cor | their power to Hive the rhi|dren of tho *W«dHntt woo twpenaMo.    ,    portion    lomrnt,    eooier    rn    «ou»m Mr^hkF&mrK jgjjj ^‘"nS"ffisssi "rsssssusi “sr iss rn *f,    sr*#?*,?    m*2ui<»tr«pm    RtS'Sr*    s    *h».er, ,1? ^eMJ S'-SfoJ'"-;    Md    IZ>    wl!    .trot:,    a*    s-fi*    sSrHLStA GETS BIG LOBMER V. 8. TREASURY BALANCE Some reasoned that the “visible" ual award* will be made as well as to tracks and unseated Jackson,    ! city a good education In the present nature of the drinking room of a re- the deciding of team champions.    Both    McCord and the truck driver, days of financial stress Attention la tailer s premises may to    taken to    In addition to the track and field    William McMurray, 33    of 6321    Ditt-,    called    to the fad that the board    has    WASHINGTON. May 9_iUP> — ATLANTIC CITY,    May    9* (UP)—    mean ‘'visible    from the    righthand    events, several boy exhibitions are to    man street, Philadelphia were ar-    made    economies on every side    be-    The treasury net balance for May 8 A 214 pound lobster,    one of the    larg-    corner of the    room, or    from the    to staged. One is the Parade of the    rested but released in    (neir    own    cau.se    of present conditions, and    de-    was $515,532,796 07. Expenditures that est ever caugh’ here    has    been    sent    cashier s d^k,    or from any other    Nations. ’ similar to the event at the    recognizance to appear    for a    hear-    spite these economies they have con-    dav were $9 890,212 IO. Customs re- to President Roosevelt by Alfred J.    —---i      —*-—-     —-------- j    celpts    for tho month through May 8 Perkins, postmaster.    ,    Continued    on    Page    Ten    C    ontinued on Page Ten    Continued    on    Page    Ten    I    C    ontinued    on Page leu were $4,710,000 04. Iiortion Wednesday. TODAY’S 1EMPERATURES 6 a. rn. ..... 48 ll a. rn...... 51 7 a. rn. .....52 Noon ,,,,,,,,, .54 8 a. rn. .....,52 I p. m...... 9 a a. rn. rn. 51 2 p. m. ..... 55 IO «... 50 ;

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