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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IOXTSS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17591 twe FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press fOTEM and International News Service INS CHESTER PA FRIDAY MAY 12 1933 TWENTY PAGES F D R PONDERS PLAN TO CONTROL US INDUSTRIES Solution of This and Pub lic Works Program Up for Decision Uncertain on Method to Jloat Three Billions to Back the Idea WASHINGTON May The administrations plan for recap turing prosperity by stabilization of industry and a huge public works program was before President Roose velt today for a decision on two vital features The President faced the problem of determininghow to enforce fair trade agreements on industry and to finance a public works program Three plans were submitted The most important decision in volved the issue of compelling accept ance of stabilizing agreements by sweatshop units in industry The plans for putting a weapon into the hands of the governement were broad processing or oc cupational tax to be imposed against an entire industry with exemptions granted to each unit conforming to stabilization agreement Federal licensing of all industries with revocation of the licenses of any units violating the stabilization agreement of the unfail practice provision of the antitrust laws tp include violations of the pro posed stabilization agreements and criminal prosecution On the question pf financing the huge public works program the President faced a choice of a small general Continued on Page Ten SIXTH WARD HOME DAMAGED BY FIRE Fire of unknown origin last night destroyed the livingroom furniture and damaged the dining room and cellar in the home of Edward Paige 515 West Sixth street District fire companies responded to an alarm sounded at 1026 oclock from Box 32 located at Sixth street and Concord avenuebya passerby who discovered smoke issuing from the building Upon their arrival the firemen found the house unoccupied as Paige and the members of his faniily had gone out earlier in the evening The firemen entered the building and car ried the dining room furniture to the 1 street and then directedtheir efforts to fighting the flames which were kept from spreading to the upper floor REMODEL NEW HOME OF THE BOYS CLUB The work of remodeling the three story brick building which will be the new headquarters of the Boys Club of Chester Front street and Concord avenue is pushed rapidly to completion Yesterday plumbers were busy installing the soil cin pipe and carpenters are en gaged in putting up the partitions and other necessary equipment to get the building ready for occupancy next week After the club takes possession of its the harmonica band will again resume rehearsals under the direction of Ed Lundgren leader COUNTY WELFARE COUNCIL MEETING Reports of the years work in wel fare circles and the annual election of officers will be parts of the pro gram marking the annual meeting of the Delaware County Welfare Council to be held today in the Y W C A building Seventh and Sproul streets The speaker of the meeting will be J Prentice Murphy executive secre tary of the Childrens Bureau of Philadelphia whose topic will be Some of Our Ways With People A representative will be present from every member organization BOYS NOSE BROKEN Billy Murphy age 13 of 252 Wemb ley road Stonehurst was treated at the Delaware County Hospital yes terday afternoon for a fracture of the nose an injury he sustained when fighting with a companion REPAIR WATER MAIN Workmen employed in the main tainence department of the New Chester Water Service Company have opened up a section of West Ninth street opposite the Chester High School and are making repairs to the water main HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY AT PIMLICO Monk Avis Keller Abdul 2d Wrack Scoop Bclfolon Brush Bide A Wee Mr Swift Bubola Weather Cloudy track slow AT CHURCHILL DOWNS Proud Princess Missie Third Alarm Lightin1 Bill Dr Parker Hoosiers Pride Quidam Social Service Pascu Blushing Girl Wave Big Business Rusty Foxy Artist Plight Pa per Profits Montmary Jump Off Swallow K i TfVeather cloudy track slow PRICE TWOCENTS LA DIETRICH TAKES A BOW Beautiful Marlene Dietrich celebrated German film star is pictured with Leslie Howard British movie actoras they chatted at the dinner dance recently tendered to Miss Dietrich by studio associates in Los Ansreles The party was by way of a sendoff to the German star who is returning to her native land for a vacation Note the exaggerated version of the masculine dress bow Miss Dietrich wears MELLON INCOME TAX UNDER FIRE Justice Department Inves tigating Kis Securities Selling WASHINGTON May 12 UP The oncepopular practice of wealthy men of selling securities to register losses order to reduce their in come taxes was under fire again to day as it became known that the Department of Justice was inquiring into unofficial charges that Andrew W Mellon Secretary of the Treasury under three Presidents evaded taxes by this system Mellons case is one of a number now under investigation Attorney General Homer Gummirigs revealed Mellon it was charged registered a S6700000 paper loss by selling stocks which it wasstated were repurchased 3 T days later by one of his own com panies Charles E Mitchell former chair man of the National Citv Bank is on trial in New York on charges of evading income taxes by selling stocks to his wife in a transaction which the Government alleges was not a bona fide sale Names of others whose income tax returns are being investigated were not disclosed The small mild mannered silver haired Mellon one of the richest men in the United States for a decade was the idol of American business men Recently he was in Washington and conferred half an hour with President Roosevelt and also at the Department of Justice At that time it was denied he had been discussing income tax matters The practice of selling securities in order to register losses for income tax purposes was widespread in the Continued on Page Ten ECONOMIC TRUCE BY NATIONS NEAR Germany Last of Holdout Agrees With Unimpor tant Reservations LONDON May gen eral economic truce until the world economic conference on June 12 was in sight today when the organizing committee of the conference dis cussed the project at a special ses sion1 As the committee adjourned for tea after a secret meeting of an hour and a half Norman H Davis United States delegate said The economic truce discussions are proceeding satisfactorily We are hopefulof an Britain the United States and already are in agreement Ger many and France were preparing to join but opposed adoption of the project without revision WASHINGTON May Germany will accept the world tariff truce with minor reservations Dr Hjalmar Schacht special German economic envoy told the United Press today just before his final meeting wtih Secretary of State Hull The German banker appeared to be annoyed by what he called re ports indicating that Germany was obstructing the tariff truce more than other nations He said the reserva tions that Germany would append were no more drastic than those made by France and Great Britain After his conference with Hull Schacht plans to go to the White House and bid farewell to Mr Roose velt Later he will receive the Amer ican press and then depart for New York WARMER WEATHER IS NOW PREDICTED Alostly cloudy skies and warmer weather probably occasional showers are predicted today in East ern PennsylvaniaNew Jersey Dela ware and Maryland Tomorrows fore cast calls for showers and thunder storms The highest temperature here yes terday was 6i degrees at 230 p m and the lowest was 52 at 530 a m The average of 58 was three degrees below normal for the date but two degrees above the average May 11 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 93 established in 1896 and minimum 39 in 1913 Sunrise today was at 548 a m and sunsetwillbe at 806 p m Eastern Daylight Saving time FARMJMAfTON BILL IS SIGNED BY ROOSEVELT Measure Gives President Power Over Money and Agriculture Is Triplicate in Form Pow ered to Change Gold Dollar Content WASHINGTON May President Roosevelt atan impressive White House ceremony today signed the Currency InflationFarm Relief bill giving him sweeping powers of the nations currency and empower ing the administration to raise farm commodity prices The following statement was issued by the President as he affixed his signature to the bill I have just signed the Farm Re lief bill which includes the refi nancing of farm debts The act extends relief not only i to farm borrowers but to mortgage I creditors as well Holders of farm mortgages will have the privilege of exchanging them for Federal land bank bonds the interest payments upon which are to be guaranteed by the Treasury of the United States Farmers whose mortgages are to be exchanged for these bonds will reap the benefit of lower interest rates and more liberal terms of pay ment It is to the interest of all the people of the United States that the benefits of this act should be ex tended to all who are in need of I them andthat none should be de prived of them through ignorance of precipitate action For this reason I appeal particu larly to mortgage creditors and all others who have money claims against farmers Every effort will be OCEAN OF HANDS IN SALUTE TO HITLER Photomadc in Berlin durtnjr the recent May Day frsilvliVs shows an Immense jralhcr mgr of 00000 men anrt women admirers of Chancellor Adolf JlSUrr as they gave the Nazi salute to thHr horn Inset shous Chancellor Hitler with President Paul von Hindonburjr as they reviewed the ffWanticdemonstration Later Hitler addressed another fiathorinp of 1500000 oC his supporters unntimirawon 300 APPLICATIONS FOR BEER PERMITS Issuance of beer selling licenses was begun this morning by County i Treasurer William Dickel at Media j and before noon more than 300 ap plication blanks had been issued to prospective beverage dispensers The applications must be filled out and signed by twelve of the voters in the precinct where the place of sale is located When these applications have been filled out and returned to the county treasurer and the re quired license fee must be paid The latter fee is figured by population All applications must be received prior to May 25 for the issue of licenses by June first BREACH OF PROMISE CASE NEARS JURY LONDON May cation of Frances acceptance of the international tariff truce proposed by President Roosevelt was received by Foreign Secretary Sir John Simon to day A jury in Common Pleas Court in Philadelphia late today was expected to be asked to decide whether Charles Newbold Welsh wealthy Philadel phian ever broke a promise to marry Mrs Estelle M Wolon di vorcee Welsh claimed that while he trav eled extensively with Mrs Wolon vis ited her Chicago apartment and lived with her for a time at his home in Chestnut Hill he never promised to make her his wife LONDON May accepted the principles of the economic truce today but Germany and France re mained in evident opposition to its adoption withoutrevisions TAYLOR HOSPITAL TO GRADUATE FOUR SAYS RUM MEN STOLE LINDY BABY Means at Trial Names a Max Hassel and Max Greenburg WASHINGTON May UP GafcloiVB Means testified in District Supreme Court today that he was informed by confederates of the kid napers of the Lindbergh baby that two New Jersey whisky runners actually stole the child from its crib on March 1 1932 Means resuming his alleged in side scory of the kidnaping said that a Max Hassel and a Max Greenberg who he said had been delivering beer to the Lindbergh servants took the infant to a se creted New Jersey dugout where they stored liquor Means testified today that during his purported connection with the Lindbergh kidnaping case he was in formed that the child was killed when It was dropped accidently by Continued onPayc Ten Four nurses will receive diplomas at the annual commencement of Taylor Hospital Training School for Nurses which will be held tonight in Ridley Park Presbyterian Church The graduates are Eleanor F Som erhalder Meave A Harman Nora I Reichard and Helen M Van Nostrand Rev Charles M Boswell D D president of the Ocean Grove Camp meeting Board and financial secre tary of the Methodist Episcopal Hos pital Philadelphia will address the graduates The invocation will be of fered by Rev Frederick Schweitzer pastor of Ridley Park Presbyterian Church who will also pronounce the benediction L Norris Hall vicepresident of the Board of Trustees of Taylor Hospital and burgess of Ridley Park will pre sent the diplomas to the graduates Recitation of the Florence Nightin gale and singing of two vocal numbers by Mrs Helen Rhodes Warwick with Miss Alice V 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 Mrs Katharine G Taylor superin tendent of Taylor Hospital SHIPYARD WORKER INJURED FATALLY John J Dawson 27 of 1715 Walnut street this city was killed this morning when he fell down a hatchway on a ship undergoing re pairs at the plant of the Sun Ship building and Drydock Company at the foot of Morton avenue He was working on the deck of the ship when he accidently stepped into an open hatchway and plunged head long into the hold ofthe vessel An examination by a physician disclosed that Dawson had been killed in stantly The body was removed to the morgue of Deputy Coroner George Third and Norris streets DOLLAR UNCHANGED Continued on Page Ton FIGURES IN CRASH ON WAY TO HOSPITAL Misfortune frowned on James H IVvishall 22 of 1924 West Third street last night An automobile he was driving figured in two accidents within a space of ten minutes At Seventh and Flower streets Minshalls car struck Betty Oakley three years old of 1718 West Seventh street The victim was being re moved to the Chester Hospital by Minshall and when he reached Ninth and Kerlin streets his car collided with a mail truck driven by Walter Carroll the impact driv ing Carrolls automobile into one owned by William Dawson 900 West Ninth street After the Oakley child was ad mitted to the hospital to receive treatment for probable internal in juries Minshall was arrested but later released in bond for a hearing in police court on Thursday May 25 FLOUR DISTRIBUTED TO NEEDY FAMILIES EPWORTH LEAGUE ANNUAL SESSION Delegates Registering for Opening Meeting To night in West Chester Delegates representing the Ep worth League groups of all Meth odist Episcopal Churches in thiscity and surrounding communities will attend the annual convention of the South District Ep worth League which will open this evening in the West Chester Methodist Episcopal Church West Chester at 730 oclock Sessions will aiso be held tomorrow morning and afternoon Registration will take place this evening at 730 oclock after which there will be a pep by the as sembled members An address of welcome will be extended by Rev Elias B Baker pastor of the West Chester Church The feature event of the evening will be the presenta tion of a play entitled The Eyes That Sec which will be given by members of the Epworth League of Mrdia M E Church t A religious meeting will open the session at 845 a m tomorrow and the convention will bo formally or ganized at 930 a m At 945 there will be a scries of method classes for the instructing of the delegates The schedule of classes is as follows First department Roy Mills second de partment C Fred Reed and Rev John N Althouse third department Wood of Madison Street M Electric Trains Whiz at 105 M P H At Claymont Carve Continued on Page Ten CHESTER RESIDENT GETS DIVORCE Residents of Claymont have been amazed during the last few days by the terrific speed of an electric train as it rounds the curve of the Penn sylvania Railroad below Naamans station No one in hat vicinity long used to viewing the crack express trains of the Fcnnsy ever saw such speed and 110 train averages from 103 to 105 miles per hour along the stretch and the curve The tests arc being conducted by the Pennsylvania Railroad in con junction with Wcstinghouse Electric officials in order to secure data on the highest possible speed for electric trains with a maximum of safety Wcstlnghouse officials havo in stalled equipment along the rails to test the speed and there arc other contrivances io register strain sta bility and other phases of the train under such terrific stress The answer of it all is tho fight to be waged by the railroad against the buses High officials believe that with high speed low cost of transportation and the oldtime tradition of train safety the buses can be 1nJkrrl Anyway the spectacleof an elec tric train traveling nt airplane speed with a roar and swish that is startling Is giving Claymont resi dents the biggest thrills of their lives The speed is the highest registered on any railroad in the world F D R AND SCHACHT ISSUE STATEMENT PARIS May dollar closed at 2153 today 464 cents per The opening quotation was 2154 hence the rate remained al most unchanged A large number of worthy needy families in the upper section of the West End were supplied with 24 pound sacks of flour distributed by the Home Service Section of the American Red Cross at the store building 1407 West Third street this mornnig A line began forming in front of the place early this morning and those in charge of the work of dis tributing the flour were kept busy until after the noon hour Work of distributing flour at the headquarters of the Felton Fire Company Third and Yarnall streets began at 1 oclock and will continue until 4 oclock in that all those living in the western section or the city receiving assistance can be accommo dated Thomas A Layman Jr 48 of the i Smedley apartments Eleventh and Madison streets this city has been granted a divorce by Judge Albert Dutton MacDadc from Mrs Emma Layman 49 of 615 West Fifth street this city on the grounds of cruel and barbarous treatment They were married in this city on July 20 1910 and Layman testified that when he came home from work on Thanksgiving Day of that year j he found his wife in a hilarious mood j which she explained by saying that she was celebrating their wedding by drinking wine j Layman said that this drinking continued throughout the course of i their married life and his wifes conj duct forced him to lose a lucrative I milkroute which he owned i When all his picas with her failed he said he left her the sepcralion taking place In April 1932 HITRUN VICTOI Henry Smith Nccro of Hook road and Clifton avenue Darby township while walking along Hook road last night at 6 oclock was struck by an automobile driven by an alleged hit and driver at Sharon avenue He was taken to Taylor Hospital where he was found to be suffering from a laceration of the forehead over the left eye He refused to re main in the hospital Boys of City are Ready for Olympics at P MC The main topic of conversation among the boys of the city is the mammoth Boy Week Olympics to be staged tomorrow morning and after noon on the Pennsylvania Military College athletic field Fourteenth and Chestnut streets All roads will lead to the P M C campus tomorrow morning and if all the youngsters attend who have ex pressed their desire to the principals of the 38 schools the many adults who wish to attend will have to ar rive early to get a seat in the F M C stadium as the capacity of the stand is10000 The children are quite partisan In their selectionof favorites There are two entered from each school in each event and by rapid figuring that means approximately 76 favorites There are two age groups one be ing open to boys under H and the second group comprising boys between the ages of 14 and 11 None of the contestants will be permitted to wear spiked shoes and the costumes are to consist of gym pants jerseys and tennis shoes Photographers and news reel cam eramen will be on hand and several local moving picture enthusiasts will take action scenes of the days events Charies H Blaine master of cere monies tomorrow is pleased with several matters that had otherwise caused him a few uneasy moments The securing of the P M C stadium has relieved firm of the problem of keeping back the crowd such as he experienced last year and the en tries have already been recorded and assigned to the different events An other factor that should prove an as set in the smoothness of the program is Mr Elaines capable staff of a s sistants including Jiidson Timm di rector of athletes at P M C Although the childrens enthusi asm has reached the fever point they are also keeping one eye open on the sky It was ihc pranks of Jupc Pluvius that caused the postpone ment from last Saturday This how ever was for the best as the spec tators and the contestants were worn out by the fast moving events lead ing up to the grand finale of Boys Week Counting the large number of con testants the student bodies of the schools entered and the number of parents friends and other interested spectators tomorrow and afternoon will probably go down in local history as attracting the largest crowd that ever gathered to witness athletic events in Chester WASHINGTON May Cooperation in efforts to restore economic activity and Insurp peace was pledged today in a joint state ment issued by President Roosevelt nnd Dr Hjalmar Schacht at the end of the GermanAmerican economic conversations In our conversations we have been guided by the hope that the world economic and monetary conference may bo successful Quick nnd far reaching solutions arc necessary to save tho economic life of the world We arc convinced that this aim cannot bwachicvcd unless along with economic disarmament there is mili tary disarmament We emphasized the necessity of a speedy elimina tion of the obstacles to international trade and we feel that the creation of stable conditions in monetary fields is equally importantEconomic and1 monetary questions arc so intorde that of both must necessarily go hand in hand Until the restoration of order in economic life has had its effect in relieving unemployment endeavors must be made to help the unemployed by internal credit expansion and by a synchronized international program for the mobilization of public and private credit for productive pur poses MacDADE BOULEVARD IS NAME APPROVED CATION Baldwin Reports Bookings Highest Since Novem ber Business booked by Baldwin Loco motive Works and affiliated compan ies in April was the largest for any month since last November although still below a year ngo and well be low a normal volume Consolidated April bookings fimounted to compared with in March nnd with 000 In April J932 November bookings amounted to 5736000 For the first four months of 1932 bookings on a consolidated basis amounted to compared with for corresponding period of 1932 Shipments in April totaled against in March and 000 in April 1932 For the first four months of 1033 consolidated ship merits aggregated com pared with for correspond Ing periods of 1032 Unfilled of April 30 showed a sligUL decrease from the beginning of the year the total amounting to at April 30 compared with at January 1 1033 BRITAIN FRANCE TO ENFORCE THE PACT To Maintain Restrictions if Germany Blocks Ar maments Parley Ready to Publish Facts on Secret Rearming Vio lating Treaty PARIS May 12 Great Britain and France are united in de termination to maintain the rigid re strictions of the Versailles Peace Treaty if Germany persists in block ing the progress of ihe disarmament conference Foreign Minister Joseph PaulBoncour said today PaulBoucour referred to the speech of Lord Hailsham British Secretary of War who told the House of Lords that if Germany walked out of the disarmament conference she was still bound by the Versailles Treaty England is with us to say that if the conference cannot conclude general convention for the reduction of armaments it is the Versailles treaty which remains in force Paul Boncour declared The Versailles Treaty nlacps most rigid CtoSS depriving her of such pom tombing planes tanks and large guns Her army men and rcstucted to only a few vessels intimated Prance was on the verge of publishing the much discussed secret dossiers of the for eign office purporting to prove large secret rearming on the nart It Germany in violation of the Versailles t t Our disarmament delegation has been repeatedly reproached for Sob revealing the dossiers on German armaments he said The time fo this revelation was fixed a long rime whcii the Question of thff conference that such a demonstration has a chance to attract attention and achieve results This day has arrived With German police living in bar lacks anci considering the militarv German PatrtJtS or a matortty of the na point accepted the Stench view of the the Delude 57 TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON May Treasury balance as of May 10 i customs receipts COUNTY WOMAN TO BE AT ROYAL COURT LONDON May Eight morn American women will be pre sented fit the second British Court of the current season tonight It was not known whether King George would attend tonights func tion Rheumatism caused him to can cel his appearance at the first court last night when approximately 500 women including nine from the United States were presented to Queen Mary and the Prince of Wales who took the kings place Americans to be presented tonight include Mrs F Hamilton Dyckman Orange N J Miss Alice Gcyelin Bryn Mawr Pa Mrs Franklin C Gowen Philadelphia and Miss Au gusta Harrison VMlanova Pa HEAR CLINICAL TALK The recent action of Colllngdalc borough council in officially changing the name Parker avenue to MacDadr boulevard forecasts similar action by other municipalities it is believed Like action Is proposed in Glen olden It is said and it is predicted that Darby council will adopt the riame of MacDade boulevard for the highway which now is designated Eleventh street In the southern end of the state route the name of MacDade boule vard is generally used When the highway improvement is continued into the city of Chester it will prove a continuous road connecting Ches ter and the south with the city of Philadelphia The newroad was given its name because of the work in the legisalture of Judge Albert Dutton MacDade then state Senator in behalf of this and other state routes in Delaware county CABBAGE PLANTS FOR DISTRIBUTION Thn meeting of the Delaware County Medical Association held last niflhfc at the Chester Hospital was marked by a large attendance The gucst Rpenkor was Dr Morris W Vaux clinical professor of obstetrics at Jefferson Medical College Phila delphia who gave a lecture on re cent advances in teaching and prac tice of the subject Dr Harry C Donahoo president of the organiza tion was in charge of the meeting BOYS An entertainment given by a ma gician who perplexed his audience with the sudden appearance and dis appearance of many objects and with card and other tricks was a feature of the weekly meeting of the Frank lin Junior HiY Club held last eve ning in the Y M C A building Seventh and Sprou streets A committee to care for the nomi nation of officers during the fall season was appointed a r the business session and ordered to report their decisions at the next meeting For the purpose of encouraging the community garden spirit in the Bor ough of Eddystone the Delaware County Emergency Relief Board has donated a large number of cabbage plants which can be procured by ap plying to Rev Carl L Appelberg at the rectory of St Lukes Protestant Episcopal church 1400 East Tenth street Eddystone Rev Appelberg said this morning that he has a large number of the plants on hand and as the time is fast slipping away to put them in the ground he is anxious to get them in the hands of persons who are in terested in gardening SUSPECTS Police Believe They May Be Connectecl With Pay roll Robberies Two suspects one of whom was armed were arrested here last night by a squad led by Captain Busher and are being detained pending po lice investigation Detectives say both men have po lice records and they are endeavor ing to link them with some pay roll robberies In this section The suspects are slated as Lewis Barn hard 30 of Riverside avenue New York City who had a loaded 32cal revolver and Charles Rubin alias Charles Side who gave his address as Spruce street near Ninth street Philadelphia Police learned that for several days past they were seen loitering in the vicinity of Fourth street and Edg mont avenue and it is believed they planned to rob cither the Stanley Theatre or the Delaware County To Continued on Tage Ten Congress Today By PRESS SENATE Continues tax bill debate BankingSubcommittee considers Koosevelt home mortgage relief pro gram Commerce Committee HOUSE Topics of Times rrt bowed sic be fore the Royal Courtlast night in London District Attorney MacCar ter 13 also preparing a list to be ilic before the June Court at JVLeaia TJle Philly has ruled ii cant be sold in bowling alleys Probably lie realizes that such Deer cant bowl anyone over several months of tions federal state and county of ficials have discovered that the dikea in Tinicum township should be feed Teddy might hlvThad a big stick but alongside of F D Rs it looks like a small switch big flent in the Firsfc ward will be for alderman What a little thing to have a big fight Fivecent loaf of bread rises to six cents on inflation prospects Brother can you spare 12 cents 1 never had perfect vision says Billy Evans former big league umpire commenting on having some of his Cleveland players eyes examined re cently So far Billy is the only umpire to admit it NO Doris Swiss bellringers are not the people who come to the front door peddling magazine subscriptions furniture polish and trick glue The only place youUi find the clinging type of girl these days is on the hind seat of a motorcycle Writer from Louisville says tha usual parade of fast horses and beau tiful women was on hand for tha Derby Guess we got em mixed We seem to have bet on a beautiful horse Weather WASHINGTON May forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy and somewhat warmer prob ably occasional showers tonight and Saturday Western Pennsylvania Showers and thunderstorms tonight and Saturday slightly warmer in south portion tonight TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m5611 a 7 a m56 Noon62 8 a m56 1 p m 64 9 a m56 2 p m 6S 10 a m58   

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