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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE lONTSS EN7DING DECEMBER 31 1932 57TH 17592 BRITAIN FEARS GERMANY WILL SCRAPJTREATY Versailles Military Clauses Endangered as Reichs tag Is Called Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press and International News Service INS UP FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA SATURDAY MAY 13 1933 TWENTYTWO PAGES FOOTLOOSE FOR THE FOOTLIGHTS Possibility of Reoccupation of Rhineland by Allied Troops Looms LONDON May 13 UP Widei spread fearswere felt in London to day that the German Reichstag would renounce military clauses of the Ver Treaty when it convened J Wednesday in special session to disi cuss the Geneva disarmament crisis The possibility of reoccupation of the Rhineland by allied troops was j being openly discussed in Great Brit ain British public opinion was wrought j to high pitch by possibility of GerI man renunciation of the Versailles Treaty which imposes rigid militarv restrictions upon the Reich Norman H Davis American am bassador at large having won a sig nal victory in the adoption of the economic truce by the organizing committee of the World Economic Conference was prepared to leave for Geneva in hopes of saving the disarmament conference disrupted by Germanys demand for the right to rearm i Experts felt that the economic truce improved the world situation but fears of impending political and j financial difficulty served to restrict expressions of optimism Germany was thought to be the crux of both the economic and financial picture It was feared she would soon be forced off the gold standard which would void important provisions of the Young and the Dawes loans Davis planned to confer with French officials at Paris over the weekend and proceed to Geneva Monday It was thought Sir John Simon British Foreign Minister and Lord Hailsnhan War Minister would ROOSEVELT OUT OF DEBT FIGHT PRICE TWO CENTS RESCUED FROM RIVER NATIONAL BOARD TO CONTROL ALL FILM STARS BEAM ON LONDONERS President Quits Plan to and Compromise Without waiting to divest himself clothing J W Penny a printer of 330 East Seventh street dived into the murky waters of Chester river yesterday afternoon and rescued John Bo wen Jr 5 years old of 23 East Fourth1 street1 r The boy had wandered away from oeeK rower tO Kevise home while his mother was busy with household duties He made his way to the rear of the Stanley Theatre and while playing on the brink of the Negotiations P n n t i n IT A river tripped and fell into the water xi ifeUUduuiib Continue who was crossing Fifth street Leaders Relieved as Sit bridgesawthe boy and dived in at i the place where he had seen him disappear After making the rescue j Penny disappeared leaving the boy in care of others The child was wrapped in blankets and taken to Bill Ready for Congress to Be Submitted With Public Works Program nation Clears WASHINGTON May Means Imposition of More Taxes to Amor tize New Bonds WASHINGTON May UP itjle lfhe worse for his The economic recovery partnership have been advised by the highest ad m ministration srmvrnc Knf i sources ihat President Roosevelt has abandoned all intention of seeking Congressional authority to revise or compromise the war debts This information was interpreted today by party chieftains as fore closing all possibility that the chief executive might seek power to grant a moratorium on Europes 000 June 15 payments as a trading point in the forthcoming World Eco nomic Conference Great Britain among other nations lias made no budget provision for the June payment The United States may face wholesale defaults unless there is an unexpected change in this countrys attitude Word on Capitol Hill of the admin Dade istration s decision coincided with a rebuff to a now French proposal Ridley Park Resident Is between government industry labor and the public contemplated in Pres ident jRoosevelts industrial control bill was outlined today as providing for 1 A national board to make indus trial stabilization agreements effec tive 2 A subsidiary stabilisation board wlthin each major industry j i Criticised OV OOlirt J 3 Imposition of two forms of com Probe Is Ordered Professional bondsmen were acain made a target for judicial criticism when Judges Fronefleld and Mac admonished John Reidinper of Ridley Park who admitted that cases at Reidinger was asked to be in court when Lucille Bloodworthy and Willie Ambassador Andre De Labouiaye of entered bail in 50 or 60 crim Prance discussed the June payment with both Mr Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull last night Both the i Ambassador and Hull declined to disI two Negroes who were con cuss their talk but in an informed of a liquor law violation ap quarter it was learned rhat France Peered to be paroled When sentenced offered to pay the deby Judge MacDade they were ordered faulted last December if the United to pay the costs expended by Rcid pulsion for use against recalcitrant units which reject stabilization code agreements President Roosevelt expects to sub mit the bill 10 Congress early next week with an accompanying 000000 public works program The necessity of raising 5220000000 by new taxes annually to amortize the public works bonds is the major point still being discussed ThePresident is understood to lean tgward a sales fr Ho to determine on a definite tax plan in conferences to day and tomorrow The national board to be set up under the industrial control bill would consist of four cabinet officers and an executive chairman to be exhibitixiffher charms on the against the wishes of go to Geneva later in the week but j Nelson Morris she was in their journey was believed to hinge grave injuries to the mil on the nature of the declaration lionaire American packer a in Chancellor Hitler of Germany made Versailles France held granting him before the Reichstag a divorce decree after five years of The proposed Four Power Pact to warfare Miss Aubcrl in New revise frontiers and set up four naYork commented Im happy to pet Continued on Page Seven it over with POWERS FORGERY STAYS PAHI TRIAL IS REVIEWED AULUtA of future lucuie eels gfve Paris g Mr would be stabilization within each industry nave cutthroat competition and not duction to shorten hours of auhor to autnoritj to the debts gratefully received by Congressional leaders They had been dismayed at the prospect of a knockdown and Continued on Pape Seven The Cornelius J Powers forgery trial was again briefly reviewed be fore Judges Fronefield Broomall and MacDade yesterday when Attorney John E McDonough defense counsel asked permission to omit certain parts of the evidence from the printedrecr ord which will be presented to the Superior Court to which an appeal has been taken Assistant District Attorney C Wil liam Kraft Jr who prosecuted the Testimony was heard by Judges Broomall and MacDade at Media viiw jji VOCUULCU 11 T L case agreed to certain abridgements iesfceldayon the application of As of theexhibits which will shorten the jsistant District Attorney William B printed record McClenachan Jr to padlock a farm Owner of Bullens Lane Es Obey the La Gives Bond to and Christian Churches at tu annual conference which closed delnhia bond for to j no right to complain if they w 1uut w trial and the bond is forj tablish minimum wages and fix bot not to seek feitcd Thats your worry and we i torn prices above which there would was have nothing to do with it He i be a range of competition Some of then asked Reidinger if it was not j Mr Roosevelts advisers urcc author true that he had entered bail in 50 j ity for these boards to impose stabili or 60 cases and Reidinger admitted zation codes upon an industry even trVe majority sentiment might be The district attorney has orders j opposed to investigate your practices Judge Senator Wagner Dem N Y who MacDade interposed to see if they yesterday submitted an industrial control draft to Mr Roosevelt favored wholly voluntary agreements Lewis Douglas budget director drafted a 100 per cent compulsory bill It would impose a 10 per cent produc tion tax on industry The treasury would have authority to remit the tax to industrial units cooperating in stabilization agreements As now contemplated there would be two sanctions to trial units to agree codes The first is a regulatory tax are regular He then released the two defend ants telling Reidinger that their time had expired and he could not Rev W Gilbert Condit who for i UIJ the past five years has been pastor i nolci tnem as hostages until his costs of the Glenolden Congregational I were Paid PLAN DEDICATION in Central Congregational Church Eighteenth and Green streets Phila Thursday The retiring mod will Rev Murdock W Butler of the Guloh Christian OF NEW HOSPITAL A parade of the Holy Name Union of the oarrmp1 T Glenolde HashmR holiday smiles for their English admirersBchci Daniels their little daugUter Ftailiara and him beauty arr shown theirarrivalin London Baby Rar ve heard nimn down or something a hnra appears to have heard cUsquictlnjr rumors about London Briclce fallinr rinwn lifntr BANK R01 ISSENTE1 Philadelphia Must Serve 3 to 10 Years Plea of His Attorney Proves Futile of the four the Prospect Victor Borelli one bandits who held up Park State Bank nnd escaped with over given from 3 to 10 years vin the county jail and fined and costs by Judge John M Broomnll Borelli was convicted at the last term of court after a bitter trial during which John J Stctser defense attorney contended that his client was the victim oC mistaken identity Assistant District Attorney William ESTER DAY PUNSCOMPLETE Shoppers Will Re Offered Real B a r g a i n s Next Friday argued against attorney Stetsers motion for a new trial The holdup was one of the most along the lines of Douglas proposal Mr McDonough informedthe court he was basing his appeal which Tvill be argued before the Superior Court on July 12 on an appellate court decision in the state of California apply to a written paper which does not involve a property right At this point Judge Frpnefteld remarked The right to vote is as important as a property right Powers an insurance man of this city was convicted in January before Judge MacDade of charges of forg ing the signatures to petitions pre sented to the county commissioners in October asking that the names of some 60 voters in Chester be stricken from the registry lists The defend ant is at liberty under bail pending the action of the Superior Court TENTMAKERS NEEDED Equipping President Roosevelts civilian conservation corps has created a demand for 750 skilled civi lian workers at the army headquar ters corps depot in Philadelphia Colonel Clyffard Game command ant of the depot said all applicants must apply in person be experienced and American citizens The depot will employ particularly women ex perienced in the operation of power sewing machines and men tent mak ers house at Seventeenth street and Eullens Lane this city owned by William Burk The place has been raided by county detectives and a quantity of liquor was seized on August 4 1932 At the time of the raid a man named Eddie Lowe was supposed to be in charge and jumped his was bail arrested He and has never appeared for trial a fugitive warrant now being out for his arrest Previous to the raid the district attorneys office received complaints from officials of the Pennsylvania Military College that liquor was dis pensed in the Bullens Lane estab lishment which is only a few squares distant from the college When in the treas ssociation which em 330 Cardinal persuade Indus Scn3atlonal in this county and Bor vo i0111 arrfisfc nncl conviction resulted hoicly irom the Information given by Miss Thelma Rolph ol ProspcctTPark Dougherty will officiate these reports were Deceived District work he is widely Attnrnpv churches in the area from Alientown to Dover Del and Atlantic City TThe moderatorelect was born In Newark N J and was graduated trom Columbia University entering the ministry in 1914 His first pas toral duties were in the home mis sion field of Pennsylvania and West Virginia During the World War he was Y cA explain in the Founh Is aval District and was stationed at Cape May He spent some time overseas inthe interests of theNear East Relief and was decorated by the King of Greece and tt of Syria In addition and lay the cornerstone of the struc ture which is said to be one of the finest of its kind in the country Assisting Cardinal Douughrety will be Monsignor Fenton J Fitzpatrick and Monsignor William P McNally Monsigner Thomas F McNally will preach the sermon Rev Francis J Furey and Rev Michael A Boyle will act as masters of ceremonies Parishes in Philadelphia Chester and Dela ware will participate GLENNOR GROUP PRESENTS COMEDY Attorney MacCarter stationed a guard at the place to prohibit any one from leaving or entering the farm John V Diggins attorney for Burk said that a man named Burton now rented the place and Burk the owner was willing to post a bond of S1000 laws would not be violated again After warning Diggins that the bond would be forfeited immediately if any complaints were received about the place Judge Broomall allowed the bond to be signed ture field Members of the GlenNor High School Senior Glee Club and orches tra presented a twoactmusical com and the Coed DORRANCE FIGHT IS RENEWED TRENTON May order ob to guarantee that the liquor j ramed fay Attorney General Stevens of New Jersey yesterday from Judge Ri of Burlington County Orphans in the high school auditorium before a crowded house The play was directed by Albert H Eastwood musical director nt GlenNor Outstanding characters included Henry Ackroyd Helen Avery Janet Leech Eileen McClure Ruth Whea ton Gordon Rlddagh Howard Wright Cornelius Vander breggan Jack Boyle Grace Walton and Stewart Hamilton A chorus of boys and girls of the system by which the board could pen alize recalcitrant units by revokinc their licenses an employe of the bank Miss Rolph identified Borellis photograph In the Philadelphia Rogues Gallery and during thctrinl of the case positively A identified him as the Chester merchants yesterday started the machinery in motion to make Chester next Friday a memor able one and a day that Is bound to attract thousands of shoppers within a radius of 30 miles The Idea of having one big day wns conceived several weeks ago and since then has been in the process of incubation no decision being made until it was learned that every worth while merchant would cooperate hi n j the plan and otter the shopping pub unheard oC bargains on May 19 Every known method of advertising is being resorted to In order that the many thousands of shoppers In the Chester district will know ot the won derful values of merchandise that will be offered next Friday Every merchant whether he is a produce man a grocer clothing merchant or the hend of a department store has COUNTY WELFARE COUNCIL ANNUAL Guest Speaker Declares Every Aid Should Be Accorded Needy Persons Says Human Beings Are Most Precious Officers Are Chosen for Year In our ways with people we must realize that human beings like to be treated as human beings said J Prentice Murphy in addressing ths annual meeting of the Delaware County Welfare Council held yester day at noon in the Y W C A building Seventh and Sproul streetsl nrln u his remarks Mr Murphy spoke of the existence of need among persons of the locality while they lived in the second richest state of the richest country in the universe The new war on unem ployment has given some an under standing of the poor he said while to others some in important places effect has not made itself mani fest m their attitude toward the poor The speaker mentioned briefly the statement recently attributed to Mayor Moore of Philadelphia by the newspapers there saying that ha had questioned oh tuberculosis hospital conditions said it is your funeral Mr Murphy prophesied that these words would do untold harm to the mayors future political career No man in a political position today can dare to take an Inconsiderate attitude and make Inconsiderate statements regarding the he said Referring to the aid given to the needy through state appropriations the speaker told a story of a man who fell ill on a train and was given no assistance and the remark of an other passenger after the mans death who said he wns on the wrong train Pennsylvania is the wrong train for some of our poor families the speaker said He spoke In criticism of the attitude of some toward the needy which led them to regard the poor man as rather a somethingto be avoided rather than helped He lauded the efforts of the local council and its member groups as rendering distinguished service as a factor leading to the fine reputa tion of this countys relief work among the needy and its high stand Ing reputation in the state and nation records of accomplishments Signs would seem fn the gloomof depression is he said but with it there will Continued on Pape Thirteen SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR THE WEEKEND Showers are predicted today and tomorrow with warmer weather to day in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 69 degrees at 345 p m and the lowest was 56 at 2 a m The average of 62 was normal for date but ten degrees above the age May 12 last year Maximum I flcd released when lie i temperature for the date Is 91 estabiironclad alibi lished in 1881 and minimum 38 in This Is absolutely a case of mis taken identity Stetser deciarcd for young man vvas in Philadelphia name and he used his left hand Defense Counsel Stctser has fought strenuously Ip free his client and yes terday he likened the case to that of James Gavagnn fake priest who was arrested in Philadelphia in Conner will depend mostly on the tried land true medium and will announce their bargains in the columns of Delaware countys only daily the Cheater Times It Ls planned to have a motorcade ofseveral hundred decorated automo biles make a tour of Chester and Si Tior cirl nnri nfirr 7ncinnKr l jjoy ana on thnt evening avei MW ana aucr oemg positively denti the tcntrh1 win WRECKS SHOPS CLEVELAND May Dynamite bombs were hurled in an attack on three barbershops here today marking a renewal of war fare in the barber trade according to police Two of the establishments were wrecked by the blast U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON May The Treasury net balance for May 11 was Expenditures that day were Customs re ceipts for the month through May 11 were Sunrise today was at 547 a m and sunset will be at 307 p m Eastern fthe time this crime was committed the executors of the estate of John T Dorrance to show i Glce suported the cast cause on June 22 why they should I wil1 bc repeated tonight Daylight Saving time ONE OF GRADUATES Gilbert Grcmmingcr of 703 Crosby street will graduate from the nursing schoof of St Josephs Hospital Phila delphia next Tuesday morning The student is the son of Mr and Mrs Walter GrcrnmSngcr and graduated fiom Chester High School been He was convicted mainly oh Miss Rolph s testimony and the Gavagnn case proved how easy it is for a per son to be mistaken Borelli Is 2Gyears old and lives In South Philadelphia He in married and is a brother of Joe Borrcli well known boxer of a dccncic ngo not be removed as executors and trustees under the Dorrance will Thi5 is thc latest move made bv Assistant District Attorney Me New Jersey in its effort a tax of approximately Try to Padlock Inn Clenachan also sought to have Ye DRIVER OP STOLEN CAR MAKES GETAWAY Olde Inne on the Baltimore pike Springfield padlocked and after to collect 516500000 from the Dorrance estate The Charles Booth of Fourth and reserved its decision The inn was raided by county detectives several the more than claimed by Pennsylvania They have applied to Orphans Court to revoke months ago and two brothers John order under which the Dorranrp and Alexander Lachette arrested When it developed at the trial that Wilson streets while driving towards j the place had been complained about Jreltonville yesterdav mornino Tvac sevpral rimps thp rrnnnoriinrc yesterday was involved in a collision with another car whose driver ran from the scene several times the proceedings to close it were instituted Although he had nothing to do Constable Alexander Ward of with the operation of the place John wood investigated the accident and C Lachette father of the two men learned that the car that struck r t Booths automooile had been stolen Both cars badly damaged were towed to Harridans garage in Buck man Village injured arrested in the raid and owner of up was admitted to probate in Jersey Attorney Genera Stevens set Uu in his application for removal that the trustees violated the provisions of the will This required that if any of the executors should refuse to probate the will within thirty days The ins the St Josephs School foVuic past three years APPEAL IS HEARD TT f i rv n i j i Hers or Sarah D btotesCourt Sits En Bane in Case EVENTS AT P M C TODAY the central business zone will be dec orated with and bunting Beginning Monday new announce moiHs concerning the big bargain event will appear in these columns daily iso the thrifty housekeeper will be rewarded by closely scanning this newspaper dally TWO MEN KILLED IN AUTO CRASH READING Pa May Tvo men were killed a third was perhaps fatally hurt and two others were critically injured early today when the automobile in which they were going on a fishing trip was struck broadside by a truck and i trailer at an intersection on the Allcn Congress Today By UNITED PRESS SENATE In recess until Monday Conferees meet to complete report on Muscle Shoals bill Banking Committee resumes study of Glass banking reform bill HOUSE In recess until Monday Banking Committee meets on Stea gall ba nk j n g reform b ill Judiciary Committee considers bankruptcy bill Five hundred boys rnairhorl the Pennsylvania Military C AthlcUc Field at 1045 m this P Clg fc milcs north of a colorful Parade Of Nations imitating the Olympic Show The dead are John Stamm 43 and William F bury Late of Cheyney Must Establish Proofs Claims totaling several thousands of dollars perhaps as much as 000 are being pressed against the of Widow Lineman of last summer in Los Angeles Cal were led Vcharirs I St2Ut 48 of H Blalnc of thc Kiwanis Club who i Samuel Yeagcr 4R of Reading was nnv Jn a dying Sondition in the Homeopathic Hospital here He a fractured skull and other Topics of T5 roes A hearing was held by the Court en bane yesterday on an appeal from DJament Harry Krell andIrvin C Bupp William H tured Rkull and Fred Gerhart 44 The events began with the intro sustaincd sevcre back injuries duction of the three Scout troops that cr started the demonstration of Scout 010 www i i J O l TTT ft iT estate of Sarah Dallett j tne Workmens Compensation Board thc track and field sched in the Burlington Orphans Court i of Chcyney on the possibiJ in the death of Walter S Weissman nv f Virt 1 itv on 11 ule vas being run ofT the building was named as the doj or the prerogative court of New Jer ity that there may fendant in the padlock proceeding Key their trusteeship shouldbe tune tied UP in th be He was represented by Bruce W voked Booth was not Long Media attorney STORMS LEAVE FLOOD MENACE CHICAGO May sive rains and recurrent wind and hail REPAIR DIKES IN TINICUM OFFICERS OF FRANKLIN P T A mThareV1dcahsSoccurred in Indiana Ia1ddurinf the pastmonth as streams went over their banks and into city streets Hundreds of fam ilies were homeless J Election of officerswill feature thp announced today that every meeting 6T the ParentTeachers As now in readiness to repair j sociation of the Franklin nublie dikes of Bow and Darbv school to be held school at Franklin and Minor streets next Monday evening presented includes a play by young S Army i people connected with the First Ban yeserday apjtist Church many of whom are grad HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBy UnJfed Press u on philsdcpha 6 1931 left her English freehold When it was testified that estate Lower Footing situate in Putman suffered from an arterial ney Surrey England to 4 cousins of the brain the workmens E Jamas and Charles Dallett Trevor j sation referee decided that B White and Dr Thomas S Githens 1 died a natural death without any IE GANDHIS CONDITION GOOD Troop erected in near mid ation occupied POONA India May Five physicians examined Mahatma M K Gandhi today and found his physical condition comparatively The English courts have refused to accidental cause handle the estate until claims arc Welssmans widow Mrs Elsie Weiss proved in the Delaware County Orman appealed the case to phans Court It is not known mens Compensation Board and that whether the English estate is worth body overruled the referee and de a few hundred dollars or many thou cided that while Weissman suffered Seven of the South rVu Chester Baptist Boy Scouts They issued the following bulletin Gandhi slept 11 hours during the last 24 Nausea Ls still taut morning erecting a 20 foot signal tower Troop Number J3 of the Linwood was i is not troublesome Gandhi is weak blood pressure is inclined to rise and he was advised to avoid exertion The doctors examined thp little in Los of times a fellow gets all seb up over a victory But the jockey who won the Derby got sct down A printer yesterday dived into Chester river to rescue a little boy We admire his type A dry summer is predicted but judging from the hundreds who ap plied for beer licenses at Media yes terday it will be plenty damp in this county Electric trains around here are traveling 105 miles an hour Pretty soon they will be able to comnete with motorists who race them to grade crossings sands Miss Stotcsburys will made he qucswpf about chiefly to a number of cousins Elizabeth H Dal lett is given Trevor B White such A dnink who stole a truck here and drove to a fire didnt know what a hot time he was in lor until the magistrate told him Prohibition officials have just re leased rules for the manufacture of 32 wine Chances are the rules wil arouse more interest than the wine Our patience is exhausted said a Japanese leader just before begin ning the latest drive into China proper Well they have had to take a lot on top of it They ruled that 8 death was accidental and AT PITVfLTCO Sense Play My Fergus Grace Blotter Gay Party Patrol Weather cJoady track heavy engineer of the State Water and 1 Power Board and George Wright Q A IT engineer of this county j OA J O U In making the appointment Col onel Brown declared that it Ls now possible to have 200 members of the Civilian Conservation Corps do the work It is expected the money for materials and machinery will WILL BE SOCIALISTIC May Sv0 dent Roosevelt is economic dicta tor of a 512000 Alfred Dallett S3000 and EdI 2VC Hunter attorney for the ward Dallett An inventory of electric company appealed the case j to the local court Continued on Seven 1 This court after hearing both sides decided that the Compsenation Board had not been specific enough In their findings and sent the case back to them More specific findings were then filed and Mr Hunter appeared WILL RECEIVE BIDS Postmaster John K Hagerty today announced that bids for local mail messenger service will be opened here NAMED RECEIVER chusetts night i i Person desirous of submitting a bid Bankers Association last for this government work can obtain jSiSSissrtSSf1 wclih to com s rorms of Baitimore and yesterday to argue against them The attorneys for Mrs Weissman who is represented by Louis A Bloom locally contend the exertion expended by Weissman In tightening a bolt on top of the pole so strained him that he died This they claim is an ac capable of withstanding the onslaught VAUCLAIX of 20 youngsters and permitting a small auto to be driven over it Samuel M Vauclain chairman of Other scout officials present in the the board of the Baldwin Locomotive 10 nf moroVi Works will address the members of the Special Railroad Committee to Nationalize the Renovize Movement composed of the representatives of 30 railroads at a meeting in the Glrard Trust Building at 4 p m Monday line of march and assisting in thc festivities were W C Kirchoffer George Able and Clarence Pcarce Judson Timm head coach of ath letics at P M C acted as the official starter Lieut Clarence L Connors treasurerof the military school acted as official judge with Waller Layer coach of P M C Prep J Joseph and John Crawford of Smcdley Junior High School assisting PA n EN TON cidental death as provided for in thc HOLLYWOOD Mav UP Workmens Compensation Act Tom Moore and wife Eleanor WW4V atlu illh wuc nieanor The matter will be settled in an j Merry screen players are the par opinion tobe handed down by the ents of a baby son to be christened court John Thomas SEAMAN INJURED Arthur Wilcox of Burlington N J a seaman aboard the freighter Dakotan of the AmericanHawaiian Line was removed from the vessel at Marcus Hook and taken to the Chester Hospital where he underwent an operation last night for an internal injury sustained while working on the boat Officer Kandravi of the Chester police force does not believe in render ing assistance to motorists who can not agree on a motor accident as was noted last night at Twelfth and Morton avenue He was just one of the curious crowd WASHINGTON May Weather forecast E astern Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms ionlpht and possibly in south portion Sunday morning1 warmer in the East and South por tions tonigrht Cooler Sunday in north and west portions TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 56 10 a m T am 57 11 a m S a m 58 Noon 9 a m j 58 R8 60 62   

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