Chester Times, May 11, 1933

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May 11, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION KOR TW EIA K IONTMS, EN DING I) KC KW BKR 31. 19.12 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest arni Best News of the Day 67TH VEAR—NO. 17.500. TRADE TRUCE SIGNING HELD I PBY GERMANY Dsiiv I'n wi Wire Report* of Ur ted Pre** 'UP* and International New* Service »INS > (HESTER. PA. THURSDAY. MAV ll. IO’,.I TWENTY-TWO PACES HEGE INDUSTRY BILL AGREED TD BY ROOSEVELT PEGGY THRU J.S SCHOOLMATES WITH KIDNAP STORY Eipht Nations Expected to Measure Involves Planning Approve Proposal of the and Co-operative Su* United States Conference Post poncd Until Frida y ; Hitler Cabinet Discusses Issue LONDON, May ll — 'Copyright. 1933, bv tho United Pres#) 'rho trade truce proposed bv tho United States visualize* universal action on an economic armistice at the World Economic Conferences, pledges the eight governments represented on the conference a organizing committee to an immediate truce, and urges th' SH other nations which will fake part in the conferenre to take similar action the United Press learned todav in obtaining first authoritative summary of the document 'The meeting of the organizing tom* mittee of the World Economic Conference called to approve the truce was postponed until Friday. The announcement said It aas due to the “failure of ta-o or three governments’ to send their london ambassadors in- pervision by I . S. Public Works Expenditure of 3 Billions; Includes Short Work W eck WASHINGTON May I! UP* Senator Robert F Wagner Dem N Y . leading the administrations dine for a public works program of >3 loo boo -OOO and its modified plan for control of Industry brought bill to the White H approval of President The measure, repres work in conference. I’ give almost unlimite. Mr. Roosevelt in ca aims. The bill calls for appointment of a public works administrator who would supervise all government building and aho provides that the Record sruct ion Finance Corporation act as a fiscal agen the completed use today for Roosevelt, ming hours of understood to authority to rving out its in disbursement of struct ions regarding ‘heir attitude toward the truce It was believed that the deliberations of the Oerman cabinet, which was meeting to discuss its terms, was one of the causes for delav. London morning papers published incomplete and inaccurate versions of the truce. The United Press is able to summarize its test authoritatively. The first paragraph announces: ‘The nations, recognizing that measures of all kinds which would misdirect or paralyze world trade should not be intensified from the outset of the conference, urge an economic truce, the terms of such agreement to be laid down at the World Economic conference. ’ The second paragraph declares that the governments represented on the organization committee agree among I Wagner expected that final approval would be given the bill bv Mr. Roosevelt. He was hopeful thai it could be submitted to Congress thts week President Roosevelt had agreed to ?he pnniriples of the combined measure and intends to press for its enactment this session. It will displace the revised Conners* - Black 30-hour week reported yesterday by the House I abor Committee New taxes mav be levied to amor- MITCHELL GOES TO TRIAL IN VY. ON TAX CHARGES I . S. Says Hanker Evaded Payment of $S5S,I19.GS for Tho Nears Was Former C hairman of National ( it> Hank: Iii" Attorney W ins ( lash NL VV YORK Mav ll UP Chark* F Mitchell, former chairman of th* on trial Henry W' Sing pav. mg $*M»- v* dressed bond f< re- I nnlinued on Page I went* TI NKT VI MAN ll AS NAK KOW KWA TE thee the proposed public w*i issue Treasury authorities mg on some aitch sa leg liar ttrement of the bonds Disclosed with the bioad legislative plan was Mr. Roosevelts hope that he may be armed with a whtp-lash of compulsion against any recalcitrant minority in an industry which rejected agreements to control production, eliminate “cut-throaf ' competition. reduce hours of work and stabilize wages at a fair acale This unusual power, to which Mf Roosevelt is not committed, but which he has Informed some Senator* would be desirable, would rest on regulatory taxation. The question of constitutionality has t *ii,lim- heroine Peggy M> tilth I* shown telling her idniiring schoolmate* at ttarwiih t enter. Vias*., all about how it feels to he kidnaped It wa* from the llarwoh I rntet (•ran,mar "« hool that the ten sear-old girl was lured to he held prisoner three dass in the frustrated I ape I od ransom plot An automobile rolled down a 50-foot embankment into the path of an electric train in Southwest Phiia- been raised in connection with the re. delphia at 3 30 a. rn today, but the fumatory tax proposal It ta under-driver escaped uninjured a moment .stood the adminstration is not before the car was smashed    ala tined by that phase of the ptob- Frank J Butler, 37. 5636 Chiver ave- lent nue. Tinicum, was driving south on After conferences at the White Sixty-ninth ate**! at Immure avenue, House yesterday, cornues.sional and believing he was on Sixty-seventh, other advisers of the President were where there ut a bridge across the requested to compose a final draft tracks    of the proposed consolidated iegisla- Unabie to stop when he perceived lion hts mistake, he crashed through an This ’a>k was delegated to a nim-iron fence and went down the em- mittee compo*«*d of Seer- ary of bankmen! to the Pennsylvania Rail- Labor Petkin* Budget I tree or Doug-mad trick. His mr roll**d over n^rtl titties    Palish.    Mb**.,    I nu *n and came to a stop on its side on Richburg railroad labor -poke-*" the tracks Butler climbed out    a(id Hugh Joh-ron. former tm Meanwhile John Roonev, a police- of the War Industries man who saw the automobile go    treasury is ben to the tracks ‘*xw    ,wo'*ld work* bonds in la years MEMORIAL DAY PLANS DISCUSSED Preliminary Plans Made at Meeting Held by I xx* a I \ eterans* Groups Improved Times Reduces Number Of Relief Orders For the first time since the start of the depression, there is now a In the number of persons HARLAN CLOUD, DRUGGIST, DIES Native of Tin** City, He National Oily Bank, *m today before Federal Judg-Goddard on charge* of c» meat of income taxes tot. 410 BB for 1929 and 19.10 Ruddy-faced, immaculat in a black sack suit, the outed banker whose income for the two years was I more than 14 000 000 according to the ! indictment, entered the court room shortly after IO a rn . accompanied bv his attorney Max D Bteuer. one of New York s m*wt noted trial law yers Hi* fare was aet in grim line he appeared tired When his was called the clerk r< porte Judge Goddard “both aides Mitchell sat with closen I roo-gray head turned awa j the prospective juror# and newspaper writers who were at the left of (he big room Jonas A Johnson clerk of ti whirled the mahogany wile drew the names of twenty I? who took the oat iv Steuer and United States Attorney George 7. Medalie alternated n ques-j tinning the jurors Most of their re q neat Iona were inaudible to the rest of the courtroom, Tile first few talesmen wrte excused because they had “formed opinions ’ Hie first flash of interests developed when Minier asked Isidor A iii -Mer, number 14 in Hie panel, had (tad any dealings with th Consistent “Ads" Depression Cure WASHINGTON. Mav ll UPI Consistent advertisers have suffered less from the depression than non-advertisers. Henry T. Ewa Id board chairman of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, .-.aid at H e opening of Hie annual meeting of the association todav. "We see abundant evidence of the constructive force of advertising m the relative standing of bu* mess institutions that have bet n able to maintain their advertising activities during the last. few veals, as compared with those who have mu," Fwald said, He praised tile administration fbi doing much to stimulate returning confidence and to encourage buying’. TRICE, TWO CENTS CITY AND COUNTY TO GAIN MUCH IN NEW ROADS LAW ( Hester Will Get $29,000 for Maintenance During Two Years 17..N Miles of Borough Highways Will He Taken Over bv State ann name •ady* upped, from he 40 ranked an. Tile CPV of Chester and Delaware counts*’* boroughs and townships stand to profit to the extent of several hundreds of thousands of dollars in road improvements and maintenance as a result of highway legislation passed during the recent session of the Legislature and now awaiting the Governor s approval. The measures, which will mean th* moat to Delaware county are the Parkinson Bill and the Williamson Bill, both covering practically the same point# Since both of these measures Testifies at Trial Ile (’an mrl‘,dr ,hr °™”'w    ,rur?! road program, he is quite certain to MEANS SAYS HE KNOWS WHOSTOLE I.IMiimil BABY Tell V\ ho Received the ‘‘J af.sir” $50,000 U Charged With Conspiracy to Defraud; Recites His Actions WASH INC STON Mav ll <UP> Gaston B Means testified in District ■ jpreirie sign one or the other Fit her bill will turn over approximately 129 non to the City of Cheater for maintenance of its streets during the next. two years while the boroughs of the county will receive INZ 500, the first rlass stownshipa 4110 900 and the second class townships, 427,300 Another highway measure of importance to I>elaware county was the Gelder bill. through* winch extensions of rural routes in boroughs will be taken over as state highways. This 'braining relief, lf h. P rf vanci prom r V ( mn ary p >f Mentor veal! tend Lim* lit num ■nt of forge Be' the Cot the •en re-uperin-Home H in I irt today that he "had    bll! w1u "m‘rt most of lhr boroughs rn,to believe’ that he knew the    in ,h<* county and provides that the kidnaper* of the Lindbergh babv    ***** ,,,kp ovrr 175 mlIf* of borough Means, testifying in the trial of    highways, thereby greatly relieving himself and Norman T Whitaker cm ‘he borough taxpayers in this county, charges of conspiracy to defraud also One roadway which is lo be im* said he "had reason to believe** he    Proved under this bill la Upland ave* knew w hat had become of the $.50 OOO    nile from Borough Line to the City which Col ('hatie* A Lindbergh paid    of Cheater line Chester * representable    to the alleged kidnapers of hi* non    “ve- Edward Nothnagle, worked hard Na- The courtroom was silent as Means    ‘bat    this    particular    piece    of tional Cltv Bank    Amster said he    was asked    roadway was Included in the bill and had bought some bonds in 1923 which    1 Do you know who kidnaped the    deserves all credit for its acceptance. turned out to be a had investment Lindbergh baby?’*    The    Peters    bill.    making    correction* Medalie protested    that    Bteuer was    ' Yes." Means replied    in the 20000 mile rural road system presenting an argument    Judge Ood-j "Do you know who got the INO non    *nd adding a number of connecting dard upheld Bteuer "provided the line which Col Lindbetgh paid to the kid- links will alsohenfif D**1awa re county. of questioning was intended to dis- napers through Dr. Condon t' Jaf- I Binre the session of the legislature .    cover if the prospective juror had any ai**’!.”    adjourned there has been consider- \\ a*s Oldest Hilliness prejudice or bls*    Yes”    able speculation as to whether the a. • it ■ ta    l    ! Means was asked bv hts attorney, governor would sign the Williamson Man in Karns KorouKn 2fHK> KINK TRK KS Knit Edward Tomlinson. lo recite the en- ULU or the Parkinson bill, since both __ **    ‘    *    (ne story of his act tons before the    -- BROSI*I ( I PARK kidnaping on March I, 19.12, and the baal* of his belief that he knew the circumstances of the crime The former Justice department in- j "loud. ol in point st b Continued on Page Twenty SHOWERS FORECAST KOK ARK A TODAY r I through the fence, ran 200 feet north of the spot where it landed and tried to flag the train When it failed to stop and hit the ear he experted to find the occupant dead. but Butler was standing by watching. KODY OK TRAIN VICTIM IDKNTIKIKD The body of the Negro who was killed by a train near Hook creek, Trainer. Tuesday, has been identified at the morgue of Deputy Coroner R, F Cloud in Marcus Hook. as Melvin Bowie, 3.S, of Montgomery street, this CPV tton in t held in t Alfred 8 * ran legion, near Barela' Veterans | represented lions Orand ped Span rn of Ft pun Dis* i Polish I t pp He been vest th 1 inert ti C Cloudy akles are predicted today, with showers this afternoon or lo ndon Post, o on West 8* The •f fun fed )8 rr? Board led to wa M f ire pub A conside able segcment of congressional opinion Councilman believes amortization is unnecessary. William F p< Threatened rebellion against relax- Delaware ('os anon of the anti-trust law* in con- mere# State nection with the industrial *tabili*a- Nothnagle a Hon plan appeared to have been parade and i quenched at a caucus 130 Democrats lie lr Arm v sh W reign slcH A J L ook part my discu* I ard rd the COB)* dward r the in is ci ma'un Che i the Emen f the con rnor At re placed ‘st leaf ions ■ distrlbufi r slate and I have bern J miry Repel J tty, named the out set, he ta.sk of of needy rn of relief, One of the ti ts in Dda J retired from i I years ago. af I Darby for mc re than >0 ye ess man and a    -----------——— morning Routine business occupied the slue Yea- ^nllon °* members of Prospect Park '    Hoiougtv Council meeting for their f liner monthly session last night, wit ti Prea-in his ideo! George Annegr in the chair, oud had Bepun was made that the borough ltad secured I wo thousand small pine j * tree* which had been planted in the    ,    _    B    . through pinigimind, to be replanted    »    Pennsylvania. New    Jersey,    Delaware v known drug*    in vaitnu* pails of the borough as    Five cnees of 3 2 beer were stolen    and Maryland tv Mr Cloud ,*irv i^eii suitable sue-    from    the    cellar    of    a    cham    store    at    The    highest    temperature    here    yes- '•about three    Three building permits werw issued    2528 West Third street, early this 1 lei day was 72    degree* at    3 p.    rn. during the past month, all of them    morning The loss was discovered by    and the lowest    w'as    Mi. at I IS a.    rn. Three fir* A f out inned tm Page Twentv THIRSTY THIEF TOOK iii u I’ici.’C IIL’ pi; LD niKht, and tomorrow and not much I* I 4 Pj x i^r<o *$r l»i\ IMV ^ rf1(inB^ ,n temjrerature, ,r. Eastern being in busine* iii ret I lip ti icbm f bar n lh** fort lands o . director has mot he Count ry f beer Mrs J the Horn mr Mr1 'artquar and th administering re-oprrated from that ement. h lh Ed war man, who had be business with him and who ha* arnee Mr Cloud after from the Phllade! Pharmacy, wait emf in the drug store >rmed Prior being for garages. part- young sd in years ted by mg! ( ITI/,KSS* COMMITTEE TO VIKKI AT MKI)!A The recently organized Citizens’ Committee br County Co-ot dins -non. which is design'd to function as a permanent committee for giving aid Paint k J. Mi A general Day comfit** t enent Hem Stevenson V 111th Infant appointed rh hts fine Miv angi me ►st d arr fir Mein J., P* O t or rn Ar Ma !...     .    u,.    in    emergencies!    demanding    social    aery-    ffr    nf    Third Corps "J ilSTr - >» - —-I; • I........•'•-It    r.,  ------ landin Area I Msi im QmnmJ na st fir of a Nearo meeting next Monday evening in 'he r^!llWar#. Nrw Jersey and Virginia Co,,r’ Hnus' Mt Mrdla "f * nrlofk    principal    speaker rh irrh. w ho said^ rmw ic was ________ Fsirman    Limo.'    rhairma    \    of    the    7-^    Dlar.«    will    ’ak* ( RUSER TO MAKE FAST (M EAN TRIP Report Shin Indianapolis, Hein# Made Ready at Uhila. to ( arn E. D. R. ere    Daniel Orebek. manager of the store,    The average    of 91 waa normal    for reported    who told police a lock was forced off    the date but    three degrees above    th* Borough Treasurer Fdwin C Dem- the cellar door.    average May IO last year. Maximum ler wa* named bv Council to take    Another robbery in the western    temperature    for the date la 93,    es- charge of adjustment of delinquent    section of the city was reported bv    tarnished in    1B94, and minimum    38. taxes. Adjustment may be made on    Pavprale Moletterre. 172.4 West Third    if) 1923, the partial payment plan, it    was    street, wiioae shoe repair store wax    Sunrise todav was at    4 49 a    rn, •ated    broken into early yesterday morning    and aunset will be at 8    05 p.    rn.. Contract for sidewalk sud rurh    con*    and between JO and 30 pair* of shoes    Eastern Daylight Having    Time. st run ion was awarded to Furmino stolen    *----   __ William Mh mio, of 1 am bowne    William    long,    923    Edgmont    avenue    ^    “ENTS    RH    It    LEH    STOLEN I Ulrich, al Ninth street and Edgmont    Ohing of oertaiti under road* in rep    loag    of    a    wt    1st    watch    and * venue this cltv. After serving with    ** ‘*or°M8h was ordered, rn for some tune be went to M.m* |)KS|.ON*hKNT \, \ \ continued the his graduation Mila College of loved as a clerk of Dr .od worked in tile drug stoic of Wa rd Ie KU la for three years, In IHE-, lie oprned a drug store in Darby, in a building on Maut stied admitting Mount Zion Methodist Episcopal Church I the corner of Ninth and M ain st re now occupied by the First National Bink of Darby, He remained there until the t moving to prompted ‘I f a re* ATTEMPTS SMUDE f>* poiidctj ,    Two    student*    at    the    Chester    High band, the timeptece being akan from    reported to the police ycster- hls room He gave police he name of (1 ,hartheir bicycles^ which they a young wonuvn he suspect,x of having h#d ,rft ouUk1, {hr butldtn(. had stolen it while visiting him Monday brrn ninl(.n Thr fl.,t rrporl cam„ n *    *    from    Walter    Chernicke.    of    249    Bunt- la believed to have Robinson, sn employe it proprietor in the business sn mu of this city, to attempt, to end his life by drowning in SI » K MISAIM, HOV lng street, and the other wa* by I .exile Jenkins, of 901 Blake avenue, Trainer. the bank purchased the prop- ChrM,r rlv„r r.r| thu m<Hn,n(r for its new banking house when A few mtnutes after last tnidmg loved Ids drug stoic he op- n H Klsh#>ri of 2J4 Central avern in hi* church last Friday evening The bodv was claimed bv the brother and turned over to a Negro undertaker. Charles TI. Johnson, operator of the electric train which caused P wle * death, was held tn hts own Tcrogmzjince by Magistrate Charles W Williamson, of Marcus Hook, to swail the action of the coroner. \\ OR KM 4 VS "FRIOT* MI"II4P Charles March. 65, of Ashton road Manna, sustained severe lacerations of the left leg yesterday afternoon and was taken to the Delaware Furness, rhairma.1 of the jp,, pmn* win take on committee, will preside,    definite form at the next meeting Representatives of the soctai serv- ?he committee which will be held ire centers and of community oigan- the ame place on Wednesday, Mi iza'lons throughout the county have 24, been invited to attend Borne of the project* on the program whit h are CONTEST M INNER ! 1st cd for immediate a'tent tem are community gardens conservation canning, barter exchanges, recreational plans, the profitable use of leisure time. housing problems and transient population. Repots that President Roosevelt lay be planning a otld economic eonferetire in I.on->n nex* month could not be ron- (IIVEN ELANE TRIP Tied at rd toda Hies on na pol is r e I ej>oi I he IudI he mo postte corner, and changed hut place of residence to Yeadon Mr (’loud was a widower his wife rried trio to the Glara Booth Cloud nee Gibson a native of this city, having died in 1908 He took an active Interest in the affairs of Darbv, serving for s time gilt ie. Fdgmont avenue, telephoned to pc lice headquarters and reported that a man had Jumped into the creek I . S. lit! 4"! It) BALANI E I WASHINGTON, May ll 'INS* — Treasury balance as of Mav 9 $482, State Highway Police, of Yolk, vee terdav requested the local police t( assist them in locating James F Edgar, Jr, whose address is York. It P D No 2, who disappeared yes- terdav from his home The boy, who SM 406 96 expenditures $16 434 135 OI; a bridge tender st Fir.nt Mer* and '*    **    14    olrt    .    f    Ii    toms    rerelpt*.    $6    244    154    68. I JI" . . - A -    J    *n    6    inches tall and weighing J TI pounds, has black hair, When he left home to go to school he wore a dark brown kntcker suit. and his The patrol wagon proceeded to the ^    f    the    h,    h    ,    heavy place and conveyed I? ohm vin, who the Philadelphia Navy But reconditioning ache IO noo-ton cruiser In-gave some credence 1 po III I ll KIK IX WUN I I ION Anthony Franciscone, 33. was *r-....    ^ L    ,    rested by the police last night at County    Hospi'al in pper    Dsubv    for    and Barclay streets as a mis pl-    (cr treatment March was employed in rl0IU( character. When arraigned be-Manoa cutting some high weed* and {nie M#gtstr*t<. Honan in police court aviation meet the scythe    he    was using,    slipped, and    thl# mornjng George Feeney, captain    held in the •,<«    ^ detectives asked that Anthony be    Aprowl streets, held for examination bv Dr. Harry C.    April 29 Don a hon police surgeon, the man to Young Morn all appearances being demented. The    perimentmg w defer* ive said Franciscone had been    quite some tim treated for a mental disorder some    model plane 1 for m period o William Morrison, 15, of 240! moot avenue, got one of the of hts .voung life yesterday wt was ac companied to the Cen lr pen. Camden, N J . bv W n E the Of being raking Fun! rn in to inert at econdi-1 os. mg ertnore, mg inert! i.* cr a rn em bel of bomugh council He (h»d    *»*in from the water, to CV a memb. f of the State Pha. - ,h' Cheat?r Hospital for tnwtmrnt and observation, I,A NSI MDVN K UA KAUK SC RNK OK III. AZK mareuueai soc ie and was a cont Darby Tile Coml also con nee led Automobile Club Arrangements I not yet been con >f Philadelphia ibm mg member of my No I He was nth the Keystone type. u 1 ions WI it! si spit 101 s Two Negroes, weir arrested Congress Today (Bf I si Tm ritrxs) ter- he funeral have ted 01*1 It S "ING! It HIT S almost severed his leg SIT AKI H 4NNOI Nt I l» supervisor of the Bovs' C and given a flight plane ss s reward for for modi srrnorv B-iturdai Dr F M Cone, of Wilmington. Del chief chemist for the Sinclair com' psny's refining paint department will address the Mens Bible Cla.sa of time ag the First Baptist Church. Seventh and Fulton streets, next Monday evening Hts topic will be. "Limitation of Human Thought". The meeting will be open to the public. Rep;,''. iub of Chevin sn air-winning the “I airpltne: Eighth and afternoon. a* bern explanes for lo k^c n im nigh This was interpreted a a eonvenl- VIENNA M«v ll H'lma Kurz opera singer, was dead of pneumonia I <*ntinued on Page I wenty toda-, at the age of >8 Britain *s Royal Couple Hold Formal Court age, They w«‘re Ernest Mitchell, 2#, and Robert Mitchell, 2fi, of the IOO block Montgomery street, Detective »nd two others were cwt by broken capulin Feeney requeued in police jri this morning that both men SENATE Begins tax bill debate. Interstate Commerce Committee day si Mary and Parker streets when continues railroad hearings, Patrolmen Owens and Price found Commerce Committee considers them acting auspiciously near a gar- Copeland resolution for investigation of racketeering. Tw o men weje over rome by moke HOI NE Votes on independent office* ap- lye held for questioning sud tn* re- propria lion bill quest was gt anted Honan. by Magistrate COM 1*1.AINS TO POLICE Infer tat# Commerce Commute# hearing on railroad bill Rivers and Harbor*. Committee consider* river projects. rlass yesterday when a fire damaged a truck in the garage nf the Philadelphia Ac Suburban Water Company, in Lansdowne The two smoke victims. Edward VerralJ, superintendent of the garage, and Nathan Brown, an employe, were revived by other workmen Flank H Titus, chief of police of Lansdowne, and Cornelius McCullough former president of the Lansdowne Fire Company, mere rut when they broke of hi* store. Instructions hsve been Which reminds that if improve-a window to better fight the name* givrn the policemen on the beat to m(,nt k ^    0|1f    of    th^ d John Wood of 232 East Fourteenth f 'treat, registered a complaint a’ pore# headquarters yesterday, aboil* a rowd of boys breaking the windows Topics oflimes with chemicals <k up the HDg HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (R» Catted Prr*i) INJUNCTION SI IT AHCU,MENT HEARD NAZIS BI RN 20001) ‘HOSTILE’ HOOKS LONDON Ma IN? Amid pien Ma) P Third Ward Residents Arc Objecting to Soot From Factory Haw* Huge Public Hon fire of Volumes In Celebrated German Authors AT ( IU RI HILL DOWNS J—(vc In pie. 2—Prince Drake 3—Our Juxtire. Prtnre V<ne 4millian, nirmenc-I.adv kin 4—— None 5—-March King, s< ram, Mannerism A cur a S—Olama'. R.trnev sexton 7—Elizabeth fox. Rettv Jarrell. 8—Missis, Hunting Lad Weather, cloudy; track, muddy. TIMI D O "CRA It III " 1— None 2—lair (lark •I— ‘ None I—Reverence. 5— None 6—Politen 7—riving Vote, ( nrdoba. Arab Rnd-rar k. 8— None., Weather, dear, trac* Person.*, who reside in * district here there are factories and railroad* must expert annoyance and introit) smoke. Attorney ll I ne hold Hie ft).st of the five of the 1931 sea.,un tot George, suffering from in Im left shoulder, will Seated on golden th.’ magnificent red and gold of Buckingham Palace, cene some 890 men 1 debutantes representing and diplomatic life of th proximately 400 of fhe e ante* making their fir the throne American debu’anies roving book- number than usual •’ill Ktrir.es con- fn ‘he rev a1 family b Atherton wife of the I en •lid i t fie room ll re- MANY FEATURES FOB FIELD DAY UP’ Ten thou-you mg students blazing fire In the early hours will be permitted to park their automobile* in the palace forecourt and quadrangle, instead of lining up in the Mall. as in previous years Smoking while watting In the automobiles will be ba tined Despite economic conditions, the court will b<*, as brilliant ax in former vears, the State apartments, banked with flowers from the Roval Gardens, forming a magnificent set-rons and ting for the glittering spectacle/ ‘ tv- ori*l Soft music provided by a string Not Id Ap- hand from one of the guards’ reg)- I be dr bu- men”<, visitor* from the East in    Walter H Craig ch crrtv, to gorgeous lobes and foreign amba***- Chester Boys’ Week I dors in daz-zung uniforms will lend been besieged bv •/ *m^;!er the orca.'-ion cc. or cen only at the since last week s pew p.*''Cited ftrvf court Of the •*.. on    the Field Day prograr Mf Ray Resplendent in her famous tiara day morning both \ (flu rge and necklace of priceless diamonds. Charie* H Rlaine we PLANNING (.KOLP ELECTS OFFICERS we re going to open our door Just a little bit and say “Beat!" to th# wolf. A returned tourist tells as that even today Germany is the easiest country in which to make your mark. no cur '# Few In- Saturday All Kvents to Hp Run t>fl W ell-known ( ity and 1 m^'thcu1 on I*. M. (’. Athletic F'ield County Men ('boson to iuuv'^ fvpr Played p,lf- 4 .. U *    u'ai.l    The fellow who on t worr- ng Assist in Regional Work about tie nicohoiic *• ngrn of th*  --beer today is the fellow who is still the Herbert L Badger, vice president of making hts own. ha* (he Bel] Telephone Company of Penn- .    4    ,    . .alls 'Vivama and acting president of the A Chinese £ gouig to make a tour f of Regional Planning Federation was ‘J* * 1unk bounds fixe he is . .. g itiir- ejected president of the Regional Weigand* car. and Planning Federation at Its annual bun meeting held this afternoon in the Hotel, Phlladrl* inemen On Si Craig kept I he Weather BERLIN M »and singing anc marched around Opera Square un John B Hannum, Jr. told Judge* VV    of todav jubilant Roger Fionefold and Albert Dutton    representing idea* Mac Da de yesterday in the argument Mder'd ho ’lie to Nazi German*    ,    —    ........ ------- ........ T- on the Injunction suit brought bv a    Some 20 000 book* were consigned to    d Affaires in London In the absence    Queen Mary will wear the blue    and    answering youngsters and    their    B'.levue-stratford number of residents of this city    the flame*    of Mr* Robert Worh Bingham, wife    -.her not* n of the Order of    the    parent#, who were    wondering    if the    phi* at ain*’ the Aberfoyle Manufacturing The work f 'n* of toe n of th* newh apl.*-- nted An.* .can Garter over her gown    prize winners would collect their Other office! s elected are: Vice WASHINGTON, May ll—Weather Company    celebrated of n ode n German aa-    Amb! rador who ha- not    vt ar-    R*pre> rr.«tr. it mort 'ban 40    trophies    in spite of Hie fact    that    presidents Thomas Conway, Jr.,    forecast, Eastern Pennsylvania: Attorney John V Dig. in.- re pre-    thor* book- cf re    al .md pc .Kit- *<    rived    nations will mage pie rotation*    and    ’he Meld Day wax    temporarily    railed    Clinton L. Bardo.    Conrad    N. I    suer,    showers    tonight    and    Friday.    Sonie- sentmg a large nim ber of person#    theorists min..cal to    Nczi belief and The American to be pp-eiyed are    included among the ‘foreigners of    off    Bernard J. Newman.    Philip    M Sharp-    what    warmer    in    west    and    north    por- living near the Aberfoyle plant,    which    books detailing    th' horrors of war.    Miss Mollie Eiagg of    Fan    Hill.' N.    distinction" will be a large proper -    The prize* won during the    pro-    ie*, Sylvester D. Townsend. J. Borton    lions    tonight. extend.* on Morton avenue from    • irh av All Q let on the    Western    *? Mr Rober* Frazer    of PniudrI-    tion of the United States amba***-    gram of Boys’ Week will be dis-    Week*. C. C Zantzinger; treasurer—    '    Western    Pennsylvania:    Showers Fourth street to Third street reused    Front made a tremendous    fire ’ha’    phia,    Pa Mims B*ttv    Col an of    dot,si and    con liar bodle*    tributed to the winners at the judges’    C. Stevenson Newhall; assistant    and    thunderstorm*    tonight    and    Fume tc ti mony which ha# been    taken    blared for h it    while pol ic" and hie.    Richmond Va , Miss    Anne    How- rd.    The entry of the Queen and Prince    eland on    the P. M. C athletic    field    treasurer, Joseph R Carpenter.    day;    warmer    tonight. in "VeraI hearin gs before Judge    Mar-    men stood bv    to prevent if from    of Philadelphia: Miss    Marion How -    and their court into the throne room    Saturday    afternoon, at the comple-    The board of director#, whose elec-I Dade He pointed out that ranee the spreading ou* of the r’r«et into stir- ard of the same city Ml*# Hanna at 9 p. m 4 p. rn Daylight Saving tion of the Field Dav events.    J tion was announced at the meeting,; A ber fops* lac ory installed a n»w rounding bunding*.    Locke also of Philadelphia; Mrs Time* will be heralded bv silver The prize presentations include Includes the followings: Herbert L. ■ -r plan1 five val ago the    "German eduction ha b* "n purged    Orace    Robert of Coronado Ca!, and    trumpets    ounded bv bugler*, while    those to boys who won the flying    Badger, Mrs Edward W. Biddie, n'tchbor* have romplained of soot    of smu' and dishon*** v. ‘    student    ML*s    Charlotte Lyman,    of Bos'on    gen’lemen    usher# clear the way for'    contests, other than toe main event    Cvru# H K Curtis, Dr Harold W.    [ and ashes being ejected from the fae-    leader Gut. a hr Mid v .k.i    ’he fire    Mav-    the royal    party bv waving their    for the ride in the airplane, on the    Dodd*, Mrs. Francis W. D'Oher, The debutante# awaiting their white wands of office, * custom tit I      | ( ontmued on Page I weniy    (    ontinued    on    Page    I    wenly    turn* to bow before the roVal couple centurie*.    Continued    on    Page    Twenty    1    .    Continued    on    Page    Twenty    IO a. rn. TODAY’S TEMPER VU RES 6    a. 7    a. 8    a 9    a. rn. rn. rn. rn. 52 Ii    a    rn ...... 60 52 Noon ........ 59 54 I    p.    rn.......61 56 2    p.    rn.......63 58 ;

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