Chester Times, May 12, 1933

Chester Times

May 12, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE VET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE tONT.IS, ENDING DECEMBER JI, 1932 20,328 5TTH VEAR—NO. 17.591- Daily I eased VR and laten CHESTER, PA.* FRI PAV, MAY 12. VXW FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day PRICE, TWO CENTS F. I). R. PONDERS PLAN TO CONTROL U.S* INDUSTRIES Solution of This and Public Work?? Program Pp for Decision Uncertain on Method to Moat Three Billions to Back the Idea LA DIETRICH TAKES A BOW WASHINGTON. Mi The administrations I Hiring • peri tv, bv mdu fry and a huff program, wa* tx fair P vt It tor! ■ v lor a decisit fea lures The President face. of determining how t trade agreements on 'how to fin ii work? progi submitted. lite mfd Toh rd She I anre of att sweat -ahon tm. a $3 ;u)0.i I lire* pair. INS ■ it Ro pi obi* irs forte fair atry and too pub*ie v. * ; e ling in- , p'. bv The Important ue of con pi baizing agi nuts in int p at!' for putting a weapon into the hands of the governement were Fir • A processing or or* CU pat mnal fox. to be impw d against an entire industry, with exemptions granted to .ach unit conforming to the stabilization agreement. Second A T>dorsi licensing of all industries, with revocation of the licenses of snv units violating the stabilisation agr*oment Third Expansion of 'he •‘unfair practice'’ provision of the Anti-trust laws ip include violation* of the proposed st a bi I i/a'ion agreements, and r: anural pros* < ation. On the question pf financing the public works program, the I*rr<udrm tared a choice of First—Imposing a small general * not inned on Paze I en SIXTH WARP HOVIK ll IM VC.KI) BY HUK Me.*tilt*ut Marlene Dietrich, celebrated German him in i> pictured with I.eslie Howard British tootle actor, a* thrt (billed at the dinner danre rerentlt tendered to Miss Dietri h bv studio assonate* in Los Entries, the partv wax bs wa' of a send-off to the Germ rn star. who i* returning to her nati'e land for a ' a. alien Note the rviggrratrd \ersi(>n of the masculine dress how Miss Dietrich wear*. MELLON INCOME ECONOMIC TRITE TAX ENDER FIRE BY NATIONS NEAR Justice Department lines- Germain, Last cif Holdout, ligating Selling His Sccuritie Agree* With “I nimpor-tant Reservations” Fire of un kl destroyed the and damaged cellar .n the h vn or. ain I*. * nigh? itvmg-room furniture fbi dining room and me of Edward Paige, .US West Six District fir to an ala: in h im IV v 32, and Concord n ho discover the building. Upon t hr i found the ho ’n .strec’ r ioutput i I esponded lh 26 o’clock located at Sixth street avenue, bv a passerby d smoke issuing from irrival, tho firemen unoc* (p.eft a* Paige and tim mein tiers of his family had gone out rn ;-t in th* evening Tho :iri men entered the building and earned the dining icom furniture to the street, and thep directed their effort# to fighting ’he flames, which ’'ere kept from spreading to the upper door, REMODEL NEW HOME OF THE BOYS’ CLUB WASHINGTON May 12 TP The once-popular pi aet ire of wealthy turn of eel ling aet untie* to register louse# in order lo reduce their income taxes w .a under Tire again today as it became known that the Department of dust Ire was inquiring into unoflh tai charge* that Ancien vt . Mi i.on Secretary of the Treasury no**t three Presidents, evaded taxes bv this system Monon a rase is one of a number now tinner dive'ligation Attorney General Homer Cummings revealed, M* Ion. it was charred registered a $*1,700 ooo paper lev bv selling stocks which, it was stated were repurchased .‘ll days I*«i* r by one of his own comps mea Chai lea E Mitchell, former chair- LONDON Mi n e urn ice (in hen th economic conic; in tight today committee of the conf reno cussed the project at a .»pec aion As the committee adjourn tea after a age ret meeting of I and a half Norman H Day is. States delegate, said; ‘The econ nm lr truce (Ism are proceeding ast)# factorial)’, hopeful of an agreement.” Britain, the United 3 ate Italy already ar* in aurei men many and Fiance were prepa join. but opposed adop* ton projei t without revision WASHINGTON May 12 United nd WARMER WEATHER IS NOW PREDICTED NL sti\ cloudv skies and warmer weather, probablv with orc* Mona’, showers, are predicted today in Fast -•em Pcnm \ h anta. New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Tomorrows forr-f ast calls for showers and thunder-; «.ti :ms The highest temperature heir yesterday \vS* 64 dee:ri a' 2 .IO p n and the lowest was 52 at 5 30 a in The average of 58 wag three degrees below normal let the date hut two degrees above the average M.u It la i year Maximum temperature tm •lie date is 03 established in 1 Bob and minimum 39 sn UMI Sunrise today wa' at 5 48 a rn, and ’ sunset will ne af 8 06 p rn Fast em FARM INFLATION BILL IS SIGNED BY ROOSEVELT Measure (Jives President Power Oxer Mono) and Agriculturr Is Triplicate in Form; Pow -ered to (hance Bold Dollar Content WASHINGTON May 12 <ur>~-PrfMdent Roosevelt, a' an tm pres*! vt White House ceremony, toda .signed the Currency Inflattoft-Farm Rebel bill giving him sweeping powers of the nation’s current'', .md empowering the administration to raise farm commodity price*. The following statement was issued bv the President as he affixed hp signature to th* bill 'I hive ppd Signed th* Farm Relief bill which in* hides the left-naming of farm debts ■ rh* set extend* relief not only to farm borrower* but to mortgage freditora a - well. ’ Holder.* of farm mortgages aul have inc privilege of exchanging them tor Federal land bank bond.' the interest payments upon which are to iv guaranteed bv the Treasury of the United Suite* t inners w hav mortgages are to be exchanged for thrsi iMinds will leap the benefit of lower interest j a• o* and more liberal terns of pav- OCEAN OF HANDS IN SALUTE TO HITLER This re nut rh I hie photo, made in Berlin during the re. < tit 'I iv ll.ti mg of oho to ruin urn! women admirer* of I ham clint Xdolf Hitler •* th In** t *h«t«* i bin.clint lilt h-e with President I’anl 'on Htndenhurg    (lie I ller. Hitler adduced another gathering of 1,500,000 of lib oipp.«hi% fr*t IvHle* villi*» ' gave the x iti EPWORTH I.E till IE ANNEAL SESSION Delegates Registering for Opening Meeting T<>-nit*hi in West < Hester Electric Trains Whiz at I OSM. P. //. At C laymont Curve if- Up » !h-riiy w ill Residents na zed *1 ii ie \t t • i fir if round Iva mw If at inn No on swing cf Cla\ IPK the meed of fbi- p. Rig he Her li th * man of the Na* on«; City Bank I* Germany will aecept the world on trial In New York cm charge.* truce * ill idine income r**.*# m* minor .    !}nR    Hjalmar Schacht.    sp* f> i* k* o his wife in a    transaction    economic envoy, told th* which the Government    alleges was    lodf,v m#t before not a bon* fine xaie Names of othei* whoa*    income tax t*turns are being investigated were UP tariff reservation! lh ’lf is to ’he Interest if ill! I tie people of th* United Staff s that Hie benefit* rd this act should be ex-tended *o all who are n; need of them and thai none should be deprived of them through ignorance of precipitate action ‘ For this reason. I appeal particularly to mortgage creditors mid all others who have money claims against farmers Every *ffri* will be w Inch Wert enure St .VKI mot in Her there it ( in pla wl if ti la I urn hr* final wish Secretary of State Hull Tile fir; m in banker app bf’ annoyed bv what he a Tim work of ft mod* ory brick building re new headquarter: Cheater, Fri avenue, is ree- be B ire • na' it bu md * bt partitions equipment to for occupatKN po* don cf club of Concord rapidly Plumber f«e;n p g ited in putting up and o her ne * - ary gr: th* building reads next we«k Afer the club fake it.* new quarters, the harmonica band "ill again resume rehearsals under the direction of Ed I.undgren. leader COUNTY WELFARE (OI NCU. MEETING Report? of the year's work in welfare i ircle.s and th* annual election rf officers, will be p iris of the program marking Um annual meeting of he Delaware Counts Welfare Council, to bf held today in 'he 5' W C A building, Seventh and Spin’;! Siree’• The speaker of the meet in- will be J Prentice Murphy executive s^rre-ttrv of the Children a Bureau of Philadelphia whose topic ''ill tv* ‘ Some of () ir Ways With People ” A re presence ne will ne j. * * r - • horn c' cry member organisation BOY’S NONE BROKEN Billy Murphy age l l of 252 Wembley road Btonehurst was treated at the Delaware County Hospital yesterday afternoon for a fracture of not dizclosfd.    ports Indicating that The amah, nuid mannered, silver- obstructing the tai.ft in hatred Mellon one of the richest other nation He .'arn men in the United State*, tor a ;i(>i.. plot Germany *. decade w.i' the idol of American were no more dias ti* th; busine** men Rf centi' he w ax iii by France and Great ll After hi* conference Of rn ’ss men Recently he was iii Washington and conferred half an hour with Pre'(dent Roosevelt aud aivr at the Department of Justice A- that time it was denied tie had bet u discussing income tax matters. 'Use pi i< tire of aelltng securities ,n order to register losses for income tax purposes wa* widespread in the * nntinurd on Page Ten MMI APPLICATIONS FOR HEER PERMITS I * I Hon e mid i hi veil. Later he iran press and Y or k, th* LONDON Mav 12    <    INS (lei man rd Pre?* in* rung and to i Heel re-i n v w as ore than resen a -append ».*e made a Hull, White Roo? e -e Anterior New Not ii Continued on I’age I en I KH RES IN ( RASH ON AA VY TO HOSPITAL El la? Che* al ti lion That rn*! in Mndf« vt u ( A religious n session af 8 45 thr (on vc ut ion ga nixed at b to will it* a aeries the instructing Schedule of chm —--- department R* Misfortune frowned    on James    H    part merit. C J 5 Ashed, 22 Of    1924 West Third    John N AJ’hou street, last night    An    automobile    h*    Thelma Wood. v is driving figured in two arcidenti within a of ten minutes At Seventh and Flower streets, Min lls    car    st rink    Ii* ti'    Oakley, three jean old.    of I7i8    West    Seventh street The victim was tieing removed to    the    Chester Hospital bv Min bd,!,    aud    w lien    he    reached Ninth and Kerim street-, hts car Till lh We. senti Ev il) tin. ’ y h im it v long used to tile (tack ex pres* trains oi the ‘Penn v ’ ever saw such .■pctrt and no wondet Hi* cain avrragr* from 103 to 105 mile* j*r hour along the at retch and Hie curve Th* test* are br mg conducted bv the Penn ylvanta Railroad in conjunction with Wealing house Electric officials. in order to secure data on the highest possible . {** • el for electric ’rains wit ii a maximum of safety. Westinghouse officials haw installed equipment along Hie rails to ti f Ute speed, and there are other contrivances to register attain ala bilify and other phase# of Up’ train under such lei rift** st re is rive answer of it a!! ta the fight to ive waged by the railroad against the buses lligti officials believe that with sn nr*'! low fox* of ti (IIM xii fa’ ton Wni f Apt ll I'M. BRITAIN, FRANCE TO ENFORCE THE VERSAILLES PACT To Maintain Restrictions if Germany Blocks Armaments Parley Ready to Publish F arts on Secret Re-arming, Violating Treaty PARIS M-y 12 - * UP -Ore'! Br.;.un and France are united in de-J termination to maintain the rigid retention* of the Versailles Pc ac# , Treaty if Germany persists in blocking the progress of Hie disarmament I conference, Foreign Minister Joseph i P.i’sJ-Boncour said today. U nil - Doticour referred to the speech J of I ord iLul? ham British Secretary of War. who told the House of Lords • that if Germany walked out (Af the disarmament conference, ? he was still bound by the Versailles Treaty England is with ue to r ty that if the conference cannon conclude a general convention tor the reduction I of ,» nit rn nit*. U la the Versatile* treaty which remains m force, Paul-- B'mrmir dr< tared. I be \ xaUlea TY’ * *\ plat w th** j mo*! ru;d lest net inna on Oermart armament.*, depriving her of ,,urh wTenalve weapon* aa bombing planes. ' |auks and large gun* Her army ta limited to loo nod men and her navy re.*; rioted to only a few vessels. Paul-Boni our intimated France w ta on the verge of publishing the much discussed secret dossiers of the foreign office put porting to prove large Male sec ret re-armmg on the part of Gorman)' in violation of the Versatile* t realv Our di armament delegation Ila a been repeatedly reproamed for not I text sung the do.uer* on German armaments.’* he said •‘The time for i I ayen- ,aK revelation was Axed a long time ornnan- H«n If u W1*v ,vh'*n the question of effectives comes before the conference tot any that such a d* inonatration has a lf hough ‘ hance to attract attention and v* ll be- ,Y,iu* ' !    I    hts    day    has arrived, ime,    wth (human fviltce living in bar- ! Ap :! bookings r*r“ «onodertng the military OOO compared with I c*u,r#cll'r of German patriotic or-. and wp n $#61 OOO * ani rat Iona. a ma ority of the na-ho ember bookings ttor** accepted the French view* (Km    I point.” ■ :    months    of 1032    1    h,>    effectives    committee    of th# ( asolidaf d basis ‘ ni»ferenrc 'oted yesterday to inelude :040,000, compared, N */l *torm trooper:, the steel fryr Cm:re pending    s.    and the polli § in counting 0*1 man ffectivea an Immrn-f gather-*vlute in their her**. rert*’wed the gig mitt riemonxtratinn. REAL INDICATION OF RE ITER TIMES Ba id iv in Reports Bonk inc* t Since Novcm< n.iidt > r md J 4 < rn 5p League a1 nnd the o ttJlyf i't, v. f H# •d-*; me t ta bittor buses he hi) > of (tam , open the A.nvw* v. (he ape# ta# Ie o f an * >< OTTOW ii lib it ic train, I traveling h’ airpl unr speed. finally ar-Ii 4» there with a r oar and aw un a giving (MVI that is non! res). classes for drmta the h aggest thrill* of 1 (lieu ll VTR gat**? Die "I'he is Hie higltest registered second d* - #n any rail I road in the worl Id OOO in Apr: rd v peri PHJ PHJ tog e*i 1 I. 1933. total! d <4 iH (HUI reb and 4! 227 -. r the first four! M>iid;»!ed »hip-regated $2,250 000, com-1 $4 ro i HOO for c oiTesi»ond* Of 1SH2 wder# ai of April IO Uh;IP decies e fmin the of the year, the total to $2 423 000 a’ April 30 uth $2 627,000 at January I’. S. TIK ABL RY BALANCE WABHINGTGli,' May 12-rINSt — Treaaun balance as of May IO. $474,->88 283 ut J expenditure#.    $10 50,x - 256 93. cu toms raretpta, *6.828.OM 05. Congress Today tnt i pitRas) md ( •*»»t i ii ii • ii un Cage I rn ( HESTER RESIDENT GETS DIVORCE I). R. AND SCHACHT ISSI E STATEMENT (OI N I V MOMAN TO BE VT ROY\L (OI RT T O N DO N M Up *4 V ‘HI! 12 UP pi Thou A I cation of France s acceptance of the rn„lf1rfi wttri . mal! truck, driven tern.* Mona I tariff trure proposed b President Roosevelt was received b\ Foreign Secretary Sir John Simon today. i;tn*e of beer .veiling hcrti"* begun this morning bv County unlined in evtden is irrr William Diekel, at Mfd:' ^option wiiliout befire noon more than 300 apii; rn blanks had been issued to pert ive beverage dupe nae rs The ippiica' or,. mux* be filled out and signed by twelve of the voters in the pi re sr.< ? where the place of vile d W'hep these application* LONDON May 12 Italy accepted the principles of the economic tutee today, bn’ Germany and France re-opposition to its visions TAYLOR HOSPITAL TO GRADL ATE EOI R bv Wallet Cann!!, the impact driving Carroll * automobile into erne owned bv William Daw*on, DOO West Ninth Mtect After the Oar. ley eh I Ic! was admitted to the hospital to receive treatment lur probable internal in-jurtta. MinghaH wag arrested but later re ie., .rf in bond for a bearing ,n police court *»n Thurxiav. May 25 FLOER DISTRIBUTED TO NEEDY FAMILIES Four n irse? will recer,e diploma? at the annual commencement of have been filled out and returned to Taylor Hospital Training School for the county treasurer. 110 and th” re- Nur*es. wha ti wilt be held tonight in quired tFenae fee must be paid The    PHrk prrsbvlertan Chu r fee is fig.ired bv population lac n Hem - Mad mon st;c« granted a di Du'ton Ma (TI I avn mn. 49 n this city, on ti barhalou.h Ut They w*rf July 2b 1910 that when he mi Thanks*.. lie found In, v which she ex she was celeb drinking wine La Vina ti sa continued tht their marc* d d i< ’ forced I milk-route wh Wnen all hi he said he Mi Vt 48 of the rnth aiai ha* been ge Albert Emma Street *. aud joint it Roo t at th in ecol A larg* nuinbet of worthy needy families in the upper cfi,on of the Weal End were supplied with 24-pound 'ark. <t flour distributed by the Home Bef.ire Se* lion of the American Red CrOM at the store A I application* must be received * tate# ate Eleanor E Bom- building, 1407 Writ Third street this taking plat pisor to Mav 25 for the issue of erhalder. Mea\e a Harman. Nora I morning cen < i bv June fir t    Reichard and Helen M Van Nostrand.    4 line    tegnri forming in front "I    IIH    RI    s R’ v. Charlo* M, Boswell. D. D,    the place early this morning and HHK ACU    OK PROMISE    president of the Ocean Orove Camp-    those sn (hart* of the work of dis*    Henry .smith N* meeting Board and financial pere-    it muting toe flour wr *• kep* busy    aud < .if1*- > CASE    NEARS    JI RY    tary of the Methodist Episcopal Hoa-    until after the noon hour Work of    while walking • n pita I Philadelphia, will addre*« the    distributing flour ai the headquarters    night n* ti o’clock graduate*. The invocation will be of-    of the Felton Fire Company. Third    automobile *hiv»n t A    jury in Common Pleas    Court, in    frred by Rev Frederick Schweitzer,    and Yarnall street? began a* I    and run driver, a Philadelphia, late ton,iv wax expected    pastor of Ridley park Presbyterian    belock and will continue until 4    He wa* taken ng that Iriu.e by ti ink,!.,; tun ** of c's eon. ue s ;i live J felled em ration \ It IIM Ii tow Ho th* wiw ,r» initial h* oiv-«*ni»#i •- i-w-    --r-    ,    -    (aw oi    runt    j*i*    ovwi    mn    o ciocx ann win ronunue un iii * »>e    i *»»*«» » ten fleht ’ *      *’    I? a.'K*-o    *i*«;d< v lift her Charles Chttfell who will .tho pronounce th* o’clock in urd*r tha» all tho-* living where he wai f when fit. in* win c mpanion Newbold Welsh wealthy Piuladel- benediction    in the western section of the city from a lacerate RI PMR 44 4 1 1 R M AIS* Workmen employed in 'he main* tainenee department of the New Chester Water Service Company have opened up a sect ion of W* -• Ninth street, opposite th* Chester High Sc no**!, and are maxing repairs to Hie wirer main. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv (nit rd Prest) AT PIM LM O I—"un Monk. J—I ur 4vix 3—Rub* Keller, Ibdul 7d 4—-Aelia 5— None). ti—-Prince' 44 rat k. •»< «**»p B* folen, 7 —( None !. X—- polar Bi i’*h Bide 4 44 re Swift, Buhola. 44 rather Cloud' tra< k -low. phial) ever broxe a promi?r >o marry ^ Norris Hall vice-president    of the    receiving assistance can be ar commo- over    the    leu Mrs Estelle M Nto.on Chicago di-    Board of Ttus'er* of Taylor Hospital,    dated    'main    in    the I vorr''    ,    ,    ,    ,    ,    and burgess of Ridley Park. will prr- Weish elsimed ‘hat while he tray- rut the diplwna# to the Eraduate# fled extensively with Mr* Wolon. vt*- Recitation of the Florence Night in • ited net- Con ago apartment and lived    K»;e pledge by the nurse* and    inging with her for a time a- his home in    of two vocal number* bv Mr*    Helen Chestnut HUL he never promised to Rhodes Warwick with ML" Alice V tit i rn d I hip road last .ck by an [eged “hit rj avenue Hospital suffering forehead eft to re licts’ Ma v ■»j»eration iii effort tom ie activity at'.*! j> b<,»ed today In * t i ued by Pi. .ult Dr Hjalmar Betta* ) Iv German-AmeifR < OII' Cl *,|* ion* Hi our conversations we have been g. ted by the hope that the world e< o nom Us and monetary conference ma' be successful. Qui* k and fat reaching *oiutions are ncorsaary u> a v > t)i* economic life *»f Hie a *»ju<I We are convinced that Hus aim (anno* la-*achieved unless, along with e<bottine disarmament, th* i* is military dk armament We empha i/.* d the Re* e-sity of a speedy elimina tion *if the obstacles to InternatioiijiJ ti ade, and we f< cl that til*- creation cf staiiie conditions in mmietary ti* Ids is equally important Beonomi* and ri.'ine'arv questions ar** un intrr-dc-p* ndent that th*- adjustment ».f both " must necessarily go hand in hand *\ ’Until the restoration of order in e. cawnie life has had its * ff. < in * rthevmg Unemployment, endeavors fi must be m-de to help the unemployed ‘' by intl mal credit expansion and bv ! a svn* hrimtxed International program J for the mobilization of public mid p ivn'<• credit, for productive purposes ” 'la.KAUK ROI LK\ AIU) IS N A VI K AI'I’ROVEP tied <1 Hr Court oi •lit sr not YOU id IU) ding cd St ii Mar took I An 1 and ti se king » p I lo be pr s F flan) i King i I iinc -ta ran -* court Ty .WI rn th*' presented to sure of Wales ce., ented tonigh! on Dvckman.. auaed nil at the f • pm 11\ im nine f TI* JMT* e prinra ’ Hi ■ (if > is AMI Hrs h i- G* 'elm. rank I in C Miss Au-Pa. NEMATI Confmues tax bill debate Jom* committee meets in Akron investigation. Banking and Currency Commute# considers Glass bill. Banking Hubfommtftew ronaiderg Roosevelt home mortgage relief jmo- gram. Ii.’* : (ate ( inn .cree Committ## concludes hearings mi railroad reorganization. HOI HK Votes on lndqienden? office* appropriation bin. Hanking and Currency Commute# on Bt es gull bank bill Interstate Com mere* Commute# hearing on railroad bill. I opicsof Times UH AL PHYSICIANS HEAR CLINICAL TALK * *. mg M- Ktghl Americans bowed I sic* before the    Royal Court last night in Guidon    District Attorney MaeCar- ter IS a!    .. preparing a list to ha D* la wa if pr< tend'd    (hic* before the June Court held ia*I at Media. adv of Che tty Hospital wa-, latg* at tai Ida rue ’Die w * I > Norris W. professor of obstetrics I cd ll ;t I College, Phlli!-civ# a lecture nu rein Leaching and prac* ubjeet Dr Harry C. (dent of th*' organiza* aik* of lh* meeting. HOV n I MOV M4GK1 make ber hi? wife SAYS RDI MEN STOLE LINDY BABY .Means, al Trial, Names a “Max Has>ol” aud a “.Max Green bura** Alexander, of Norwood at the organ, will complete the program. Following the commencement there will be a reception for the graduates and their families, at the home of Mr* Katharine o Tavlor, superb)* ’rodent <y* Taylor Hospital. Boys    of City arc Ready for Olympics at P. M. ( . Mr WASHINGTON, May 12— UPI— Qsietoit B Mean# teztified in Difctrict Supreme Court today that he wax p.*ire a’ the plant of the Sun Ship SHIPYARD WORKER IYM RED FATALLY John J Dawson, 27, of Walnut sncct, th.x c.’y was this when he fell down a hatchway ors a ship undergoing re. 4T f lit RC HILL BOVI N8 I—■Representative, Proud Mi-sie, 3—Third !larm. Lifhtm Rill, Dr Parker, Hookier •> Pride Quidam, rn a* ring Social Cendre, fiirf. informed by confederates of the kin napei? of the Lindbergh baby that ’"a New Jersey ’whisky runners’ ac’;.a!;v stole the child from its crib on March I 1932 Means, resuming hr* alleged ’ in-Princess, aid*" itorv of the kidnaping, .said that a Max Hasscl” and a Max Green berg” who he said. had been rr’.ivrr:n£> beer to the I sndbergh ar. building and DD’dock Company the foot of Morton avenue. He wa? working on the deck of ’he ship when he accidently stepped into an open hatchway and plunged headlong into th* hold of toe vessel An The main topic of conversation monhs ’amort among the boys of ’ii* city is the .several in suer mammoth Boy Week Olympics to be caused him staged tomorrow morning and afternoon on the Pennsylvania Military College athletic field. Fourteenth and Chestnut streets AU roads will lead hi the P M r 1715 campus tomorrow morning «nri lf all ,,,. ’).* youngsters attend who Un .* *' -pre- - ref their desire to the principals r>t the 38 schools, the many adults who wish to at‘end will have to alii vc i nils to g*t a seat in the r M C stadium, as tile capacity of til*’ stand is 10,000 The children a:*- q,i’** partisan in their selection of favorite? Til* re are two entered from each school in each event, and bv rapid figuring that 'lim recent action of Colling! borough coun*U in officially < ham the name Parker av. nu. ta M;*tD ii*, .lei,ird forecast* similar action municipalities, lf .s belie*,# Like action is proposed in O olden, It w .a.*! and st is pied a th*' Darby council will adopt name of M u Dade boulevard for highway, which now is d* <igr Eleventh street in the southern end of the a! route the name of MacDade bo* . is pi* * cl with '*rd la generally used When that had othei wise highway improvement is comm a .ne.i• y moments. s into the city of Chester. I1 will pi a continuous road connecting GT he city by a ma-. audience e and dis-a rtiid with a feature he Frank- Juni lf) |). J ax* (J ii. uddrn appearam i of many object atli! i tri< k*f, w is kiv meeting of t Hi-V < it) heir h* Y. M f A nd Bproul ai reeta, it tee to care fix th# not riffscers during the I ; appointed at toe bualn d oid'!**t to rip* it the next untt.r building, The treasuiei of Finny h <s ruled I that beer cap t be sold in bowling alley Probably he realizes that BUCO freer can't bowl anyone over. Af r several months of im eat ut4« lions, federal, stat*1 and *ounty of** have discovered (hat the dike# sn Tinicum township should be fixed. Teddy might have had a big stick, but a lorn.Hide of F. D, R* v looks like a small switch, The big fight rn the First ward this f ill will be for alderman What a lift Ie thing to have a big fight over, Five-o nt loaf of bread r-ses to six i* bis on inflation prospects. “Brother, can you spar# 12 cent*?1' The securing of the P M C stadium has relieved him of th* problem of tpr and -lie south with keeping bark the < roved, • ••' h mb he philadelphia experienced last year, .md sri*- entries have already tv en recorded And assigned to the din- rent event? Another factor that should p.>..* an a?•• se? in the smoothness of iii* program is Mr Blaines cap'blo staff of as* *ustanta, including Judson Timm, director of athletes ' P M C Although the children * enthusl-asm ha*, reached h* level point, they are also keeping '.’ie eye open on ■ hi sky. ! • wu.( ’);** pranks of Jap* The new road was g: en Its nam because of the work in ’ti** legixaitut of Judg* Albert Dutton Ma* Dad then state 8* na tor. in b* half of th! and other state routes in De la war county. TWO SUSPECTS ARE QUESTIONED l*olic<» Believe They May Be ('onncrtod AA ith Payroll Robberies CABBA(;E PLANTS FOR DLSTRIBl TION examination by a physician disclosed »*•»» approximately 76 favorite.? that Dawson had been killed in- Th<*rr are two a«r «rouP*- onp .. . |    .    ,    —    i    For    UM    purpose    of    encouraging    the PJu'iu? that cauked the ;>• 'pant- community garden spirit .n (he Iu.r ment from las* .Saturday I ‘tis how- outfit of Eddystone, th* Pascii, Blushing sen anti took the infant to a secreted New Jersey dug-out where they ever, wax .’or the best, aa the    spec-    county Emergency R* lief Board has    hard 3 ..    .    taters and the contestants were    worn    donated a large numb* r of cabbage    York C big    open    to    boys    under    14    and    the    out by the fast mo’, mg «vents    lead-    plant*, which can be procured by ap-    re von. >e<*ond    group    comprising boys bet ween    mg up to the grand finale of    Boy*    plying to Rev. Carl L Appelberg at    Chari -Green Wave. Big Busine?- Rusty, .'tared liquor The bodv was removed to the ..    -    .    uf.-w mort ie of D* i?v Coroner O«orge •the **“ o{ I4,and 17 Nonr oi lhe W,'°K White, at Third and Norris street I contestants will be permitted to wear "I wo suspects, one of whom was armed, were arrested Le.e last Hight by a quad Jed bv * <*otam Busher .Hid are being detained pending poll#* investigation Detectives xxv both men have pn-l.ce record and they are endeavoring to link them with .vome p-n-roll robberies in this aection. Tile Delaware ? t* p* ( ’■ are slated as Lewis B .rn-30, of Hr. 11 id* avenue. New City, who had a loaded ,32-cal ar. and Charles Rubin, alias Charles Sid**, who gave his address fail ’ I never had perf*'Ci vision.” say* ines.s Billy Evans, former big league umpire. (Lur commenting on having tome of his Cleveland plsveps’ eve', examined re-I cen* iv, go far Billy is the only j umpire to admit it. No, Doris. Swim bellrtngers are not (he people who come to the front door peddling magazine subscriptions, furniture polish and trick glue. The only place vou ii find ti'# clinging type of girl these days is on the hind seat of a motorcycle. Writer from Louisville gays the usual parade of fast horses and beau-tiful women wa? on hand for the Derby. Guess we got em mixed. We ?eem to have bet on a beautiful horse. The Weather I—Roulade, Lox' %r»i?U Plight, Pa per Troths, Montmarv Jump Off. 5— Phaeldate 6—Barw Swallow. 7— None I, 8—I"die K. Heather, cloudy, track, How, Means testified today that during bv purported connection with the I ndbergh kidnaping case he was m- the i actory of St. Luke’s Protestant ms Spruce .street, near Ninth street, Counting the large numix r of con- ( Episcopal church. 1400 East Tenth Philadelphia. spiked shoes, and th*1 costumes are fest an ta, th** student bodies of the street, Eddystone.    Police    learned    that    for    .several    da's to consist of "gym" pant# Jerseys and schools entered and the uumber of Rev Appelberg said this morning past they were .?«'»•• n loitering in the parent* friends and other interested that he ha# a large number of the vicinity of Fourth street aud Edg-spectators, tomorrow mo. nim? and plants on hand, and as the time la mom avenue, and if la believed they DOLLAR UNCHANGED -----I    tennis    shoes PARIS, May 12 up The dollar! Photographers and n^ws reel cam farmed that the child wa# killed closed at 2153 today <4 64 cent* per ! cramen win be on hand and several afternoon will probably ga down in fast slipping away to pu* them in planned to rob either th- Stanley when it wax dropped accidently by franc    The opening quota’ion was local moving picture enthusiasts will    local history ax attracting the largest the ground, he is anxious to get them Theatre, or the Delaware County To- j --—- 2154,    hence the rate remained a1-1 take action scenes of the day s events. C ontinufd on rage Ten moi’, unchanged,    I    Charles H. Blame, mailer of cere- crowd th*’ ever ga’her a to wune&s rn the hand.? of persons who are in* athletic events rn Chester.    1    ttrested    in    gardening. W ASHINGTON, May It--Weather forecast:    Eastern Pennsylvania* Cloudy and somewhat warmer; probably occasional showers tonight and Saturday. Western Pennsylvania. Showers and thunderstorms tonight and saturday; slightly warmer in south portion tonight. TOD \ VS TEMPEJIATUBIS 6    a.    rn 56    ll    a    m.......68 7    a    rn.......56    Noon    ......  62 8    a    rn.  .....58    I    p.    m......,64 9    a.    rn.......56    2    p.     .......66 Continued on Page Ten IO a. m.......58 A ;