Chester Times, May 15, 1933

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May 15, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIR(TLATION FOK TWM VK IONT.IS. ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day Dally LMMd Wire Report* pf United Pies* and International New* Service i INS t FAMOUS TRAIN TO HALT HERE 5TTH YEAR—NO. 17,598. SALES TAX LOOMS TO FIN ANCE BIG WORKS PROGRAM President to Send Message to C ongress Wednesday With Bill Levy of 8220,000,000 Needed to Finance Bond Issue of 81,300,000,000 WASHINGTON, May 15—After consideration of the taxation features of the administrations industrial and public works bill President Roost veil , has decided that the sales tax will be the least oppressive way of raising the *220.000.000 nee ary for the interest and amortization of the $3,* 300 OOO OOO bond issues called for public works projects. This conclusion is said to hate been reached by the President after some leader* in Congress had urged an increase in the income tav*' He will send a mo- age to Congress Wednesday transmitting the administration s bill in which he will make his taxation recommendations Roosevelt today summoned a (ma! conference of congressional leaders to consider the administration's "revival of industry" bill. Among those railed to the conference were House Majority Leader By rn* Speaker of the House Rainey and Chairman Dough ton of the House Wavs and Means Committee. which will handle the controversial legislation. The exact amount of the sales tax win not i> dm erin H cd by the RreM- yran* port al ion (oiH pan ie* Stewart Page, dent, it was said tod.iv. until he re-    *    '    » cene report ti m I * ic im et    to (    o*operato    With    liocal    to Ground a* the Treasury as to how heayv a tax    r    . »iii b«* necessary o ran. the estt-    Merchants    Next    r ri a ay    (    Omer mated revenue to rover the interest and amortization charges on the ft* gantie bond is tie Upon his return last night from a cruise down the Potomac River, it was said In behalf of the President that he would givp further study to the taxation requirements of the proposed legislation and tho* Ibis would delay his message until the meddle of this week Taking the final draft of the measure, President Roosevelt departed just before noon yesterday on his cruise. With him were J even Mc -Henry Howe. Stephen J, Early of his secretarial force and several others Injection of this bill into the de-liberations of Congress may prolong the session beyond the second week in June, the goal set bv the leaders for the adjournment of * he extra Continued on Page Fourteen FOUR IN HOSPITAL .UP) CHESTER, PA.. MONDAY, MAY 15. 19;;:; PRIDE, TWO CENTS REFORESTATION ARMY CONTINGENT LEAVES FOR ( AMP First In it of Delaware County *s Allot ut e n t Ready for Assignment All Residents of Chester; Will (Jo Into Forts!* After Special Training I Ie law are co ,n?a fir:    tm in President Franklin D Roosevelt ie forestation army departed horn Lh: city this morning 150 strong I comparison with the recruit# that an sacred the call to arms back in ISL there was little similarity TENTING TONIGHT" ON THE OLD BONUS FRONT VI Uh pit tun .(jue highland pipers 'kitling a paean nf praise on their bagpipes providing .* touch of color, the “Royal Scot." t rat k British passenger train, said to be the fastest in (he world, is pictured as M wa* exhibited at Grand < entr.il station. New turk The famous H»er is enroute lo (hi* ago. where it will he plated on view at the (entuit of Progress Ex no* it lot. It will slop al ( hester, at the H, and O. station, between 7,45 and X It, Daylight time, Wednesday morning. Back in the day s of fervor, cheering mu out to bid the boys I There w as t he ar rem bands and the frantic flags as MIC boys bf world safe for demtic There were no band T here were no flags \ crowds were apnr.se a tears were also roitap absence arid a few I w diapered “good luck the only ceremonies ! h World s this morning ,'aving and 'be id quiet The rut ms bv their landrlasps and proved to b* But today's IMPRESSIVE SE ‘MOTHER’S DAY’ Observance Is (Jenoral in Churches of All Denominations in County S|)o«‘ial Sermons by Pastors, Mu mu Programs an(* *>ro" cessions Are Features carn* Whit mg mothers a honor of the mother*, were boys and girls, terdav when services in oil ma, rn inner of Iiv— d r« d carnations, in mem ry of deceased rn bv the ..rands of men and women yes* bey attend* d special •rvance of * Mother’* Day, ’ which were cf all denomination Saturday evening section of the city 1 shoppers, all bent some remem branr Uundy dealers and ported the heavies held rn churches the downtown gas thronged with on pm charing s for motlier, flower .'hops re-t day of buy ins Herr I* the tent ramp at tort Hunt. a< rn** the Potion.*** from Washington, that the government ere* ted to hoti»r member* of the new bonus arm*. It ha* facilities for 6,600 « ash bonn* seekers. ha* '(HESTER DAV' SUCCESS ASSURED EDIBLE SEAT FALL IS FATAL •IO Th mu n Vulo Turns If a man bites a doc. that a news If four dogs bite a* many person* in one viny, th.*! also fails into the In o rd*"r to make Chester Day— Falling from the run '.Ulr self of ii* vt h rtdav the trrmendou: success n aul omotnlf ii it w as : 'i Hiding ;• give* s promise of being the fullest ti ic col lier of Fourth co-oper ation of 'he Southern P< mi cen ties I ester, last nl Kid at 9 30 Sylvania Traction Company and the S few iii! Page. 22 years old. of 119 De la wa re River Ferry Company has r a rev j iv#nu#. Esaington I. suffered n been promised. I r act are of th# skull at the base of die Beta* en 9 and I! a rn next Fri- bi ■am w ha h resulted iii r lift d* ath i tits day. a1 i inbound shoppers on the rn ort) int ; at 5 30 at Ta lot Hospital bus and I st re* t car lines of til* Booth* 7 he automobile was driven by rrn Pc: onxylvania Trwfion Company A i th u r Ycnkc of s* con d and Pon- Will h>- carried gratis sc av* •nues. I ester, an d WM filled "You p• > the guest of the Chester itll pa sr* Tigers In the rumble seat merchants on this ride.'' will be the of the < ar. w inch hosj: (ital officials manner ■ in which patrons of the linen MN arm d, was overcrowd** 6, Page was will foe gre< md bv the drivers and ated motored en, as they board the vehicles Sud de nly in rounding a curb st Th 0 I large transportation buses will Ft Mirth .<nd Seneca even aes. Page is make r out id trips between the ccn- he 'lie ted to have moment) artly lost hts ti; bu ilness zone and towns within bs llano# and fell to th ie highway. a 20 rn fie radius on the New Jersey .st i iking his head and suffering a Md • of the river, bs isaI lr acture which res lilted in his Moth! i*g is bring lift undone by the de ath e ight hours later Che* *4* r More owner* lo m*fce the d;»v* The body wee '*k«i in ebarge by • one Ion g to iv remembered ' Grad# TV P' lf V Coroner Horace B Griffith, A merci hand is# at unheard of prices" of Norw •ooh Tinicum t< <wiiship po- is t he : llt'Oflt slogan of all promoting the e arri ste*i the driver army la fighting a different battle, to make the United States safe for its J citizens." I Ail the young men who left this morning are residents of Chester One hundred more will Ie.ive tomorrow md 50 on Wednesday to complete Delaware county's allotment to the peace time army. All the recruits are between the ages of 18 and 25 wars t out inned on Page I oui tern TWO MOTORISTS FACING CHARGES Alleged to Hare Operated Cars While in Partly Intoxicated Condition LAST MINUTE NEWS SIX IMI NEI) IN THOU IA CRASH Six prr"«»ns were reitioxed to lh** Taylor Hospital short lf before * o'clock thi" afternoon, suffering from injuries sustained in a trolley smush-up on the I*. It. T. Short Fine, al ( rum ( reek bridge. YANKEES TOLI) TO RE ARM THREAT QUIT TUNGCHOW; FROM GERMANY FEAR JAP SHELLS IRKING EUROPE Von Pa pen’s Speech Seen Possible as Trend Toward New Conflict BONUS MARCHERS NUMBER LS CUT Only 1500 of the F\peeled tO.OOO in Capital for '*( 'on vent ion" WASHING ION, bonus ai my lit, Vs trig on ■ ion lour po it# payment Two alleged * corkscrew” driver' both of whom figured in sccldenU and failed to stop, were among the ria.** of prisoner^ lo fare Magistrate Michael a. Honan    in police court todav, Henry Bailey, 43    of Dutton    Mill mad. was held in $.'>00 bail for court after William J Rehrmun 2227 Madison street testified that Bailey's car *id"wiped his parked automobile, al Third and Wilson MMC!#, yesterday    ____ afternoon, baring    sway the    rear    ...    ,,    .    .....    ,    .    ,,    ...    ,    . bumper ami damaging a fender    An    IN ipponeSP r OTfW Reported    lilt lur S    Address in RlMchs • ye-witness noted the license Durn in many month* and customer* stood ! in hue waiting to make purchases, On ill prominent street coiners and in the vestibules of va rant store i properties men and boys set up tem* portly flower stands and the trad* in carnations flourished. "Mother"* Day* and the Blessed Virgin Mary aa th* Mother of the church, were .'tressed at all service* held In the Catholic chm met of th* city, where the prints preached ape* etal sermons in tribute to mothers* At Madison Street Methodist, Episcopal Church Seventh and Mad; on streets, Rev. Harry D. Robinson, the pastor, gave a brief introductory address on the topic, ' Mother's Day— Anniversev Day.” He then railed upon Anna Ireland, a young lady of Hie congregation to give a short talk on "A Daughter's Impressions of Mother,"' and at the conclusion of Miss Ireland * remarks. Mrs David a Ward gave a simitar address viewing the moth r’s side of the ! >p.o i regarding a daughter. 3 Army Sand A! (he morning service* in the Na-fur two bourn tlvtty Lutheran (’hurtbg Twenty-to the urgent | second street and Edgmont avenue, Rev. Curl F. Yaeger, chose as th# them# for his sermon, ‘Mothers Dsy." Hie evening services were in charge of members ©f the Ladies* Aid Society. Short "Mother's Gov* talks w re given by Mrs Jon# jjfi Howe, Mrs. E. f¥tcr*. Mrs. A. Hitch-Roberts. The ladle* v is -1 up) — n j»<t at. Fort <>n id* ring enlist salve insist— Of Hie soldier After 11* ai mg the ti play stirring selections yrst* relay and list' mill proddings of leader*, file had but ©ne response ' lad a stay here until th* bonus in the fare of this attitude lf wax decided to ie *at p< me today s proposed oar ad*- arui mass demonstration In W i iiington Ari Htigem* nui for a ran-1 Inc snd Mrs, H die tank and pay the I . S. lunation UH i"ps All Mission St'hooh and Families to Butin* \* 111■• *11 meeting in (ti* city tomorrow aim gave a special must* al program w i*• unchanged, however l,eadersi and Mrs. Georg* Thompson recited of the bonus march hoped originally “A Mother's Day" poem. t«j mass 40,000 vctci an* in the capital With the church attractively deco-to demonstrate for the bonus pay-1 rated with palm* and white flowers, mein. restoration of compensation members of the congregation of th# cut# and ald for the unemployed and North Chester Baptist Church heard category ne\ ■a. That s just what occurred up in the Chester pike area yesterday. All four were treated in Taylor Hospital. Th# most seriously in unid of the quartet Is Joseph Zlembidti, four years old, of 489 Ridley drive Ridley r*rk Terrace Joseph was playing with a ball A frolicsome d«>. wanted to join in the game and grabbed the ball. When rho lad attempted to take the sphere from the animal's mouth Hic doc attacked the child, inflicting a sever# bite in the temple and left eye He WX* admitted to the hospital. Mary McMara. 5. of 106 South avenue. Glenolden, suffered a minor ann injury, the result of a docs sit ack and was also treated at the hospital .md discharged, Anentoni Spicer, 2 years old, of 1124 Prospect avenue. Hr a-pee t Park nipped on the nose bv a neighbors canine, was discharg'd from the hospital after treatment. In w*!‘! prize; The** cli -nil desig T hi hint* meet i Wilt ion 'n ti)** bars offend, th* re will warded to fortunate ains th be mal NAMED POSTMASTER will on be ii in central store*, yet t Hated » Ch*-.- ter merchants w ho .ire ,<f-d in the movement will held a ng today at 'h*- Chester ( lub to further plans for the history-making event. The list of the stores co operating and the bargains ’ha* • 111 b*’ offered can be ascertained bv watching the advertising columns of the Times during the next few day* WOMAN ENDS LIFE BY DRINKING WISON Mrs, Agnes E Betters, of th* 900 blo* k Green street Marcus Hook, died in the Chester Ho-pi tai early Sunday morning from th** effects of a quantity of poison Much she ber and two hours later Sergeant Peterson and Patrolman Holt found Bailey s automobile parked at Second and Booth streets. Bailey wa. in the machine asleep and visibly partly in-VT WALLINGFORD foxicatcd When examined bv a surgeon it was certified 'ha* he had b* • n drinking. The other driver was Joseph Dobrony, of Curly Mr. * t wha was arrested Saturday evening, short Iv after a ear ne was driving figured it* an accident at Fifth and Mark*? streets The doctor who examined Dobrony pronounced him undoer the influence of liquor, Given a preliminary hearing this morning he was he id rn $50tJ bali for a continued hi a-mg loom or row morning Bertram Jacobs. IL of Jacob’s Cor- drank iii her home shortly after Sat-n* MHmout. was scratched and bit- urday midnight. lfn on thf arm by a dog. He was i rested at the hospital and discharged SECOND LIQUOR RAID IN SHADOW OF JAIL County defectives assisted by State Detective A L MacNeal. on Saturday night, raided another alleged speakeasy across from the county jail at Media and arrested James Carter Negro, of West Third street. They seized a quantity of alleged liquor and took 'hr prisoner and the evi-j d-nce before Magistrate Clark at Glenoid* n. who held the Negro under $1000 bail for court The raid acrose from the jail was the second within a few days The same group of raiders 'woopcd down earlier on a Garrett road Wayne, establishment, where Mime alleged liquor was discovered. Silvio Manseuto was arrested and taken before Magistrate Clark who held hum under $1000 bail for court The woman was found by her husband lying on the floor of the b.«th room in their home The ambulance of the Marcus Hook Fire Company was summoned and conveyed her to the hee pi tai where all efforts of the doctors to save her life proyrd futile Despond* ncy Is believed to have been responsible for her rash act. Tim body was removed to the morgue of Depute Coroner George White at Third md Norris -Jre. *• MAY MARKET FETE NEARING Thursday, May 25, \\ ill Find (’Hester Hospital Mecca of Crowds HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bx Patted Pre**) A T PIM LH O I—Precursor. 3—Cruising. Miotic, Royal liurhar. 3—-Curtain C all, Md. I— Eire, C»adaround. Vie vim, xfarrh ■step. Golden "torm Jamhat.na. 5—Instigator. Mary's Was, Hnk) ll., "Ingle A., "up Jones, Bright Bird. lair t (ark. 6—i None*. 7—Caterer. 8—Fair Judge. Heather, clear; track, fast. AT CHI RC HILL DOWNS On Thursday of next week M *y 25 the annual May Market of the Chester Hospital wul be held on the pi* -clou* lawns of the institution at Ninth and Barclay Greets and the hard-working men and women on the various committees are completing th**:: final plans The revenue from the Me v Market is vital to the cont .nuance of th* fire .service rendered by the institution to Chester and a large section of Delaware countv Under the terms of the grant of state money and also the cash from the Welfare Federation of Chester and Vicinity, the hospital can use such money only for maintenance but not for new building.' or payment of dept' on buildings Therefore it is imperative that some additional ra.'h be .secured and the May Market us the method This year there will be found the various booths which have been so .successful In the pa.'! The flower booth will be in charge of Mr* Albert R Granger and will contam hun- Announcement has been made that Spafford Parker has been appointed postmaster of Wallingford to succeed John 8 Butte: worth Mr Parker has been a resident of Wallingford for a number of years, and has been active sn Demo* re*Ic politics as well as th# social life of die town He I*, a prominent member of the Swarthmore Players Club and has oft* n appeared in leading parts in productions pres* ated by the group He is also an active worker In the Clayton T Smith Post Amebean Legion, of Media lb* came to Wallingford from Virginia, and is a nephew of United States Senator Carter Ola.-* of that state. RAID FOLLOWS Til* BV PRISONER A squawk** by an alleged drunken driver in police court this morning led to a raid on a small frame building along " Boa‘house Row ” in the rear of Dock street, between Second and Third streets, at noon today A raiding detail armed with a search and seizure warrant, entered the place and found enough evidence to warrant the arrest of the alleged owner. Frank Henry, who will be arraigned for a preliminary' hearing in police court tomorrow morning ROBBI K NI XPH I* I M A PFN A futile search for a bulgier ampul was made by police last evening. after residents of Parkway telephoned police headquarters that a man was acting suspiciously in the locality Police found the screens removed from the cellar of one house the residents of which were away visiting A petty robbery was I*ported last evening by authorities af the Chester Hospital, who discern red a small radio sn paid bern stolen from the hour*** occupied by the internes. Within Twelve Miles, in March on Peiping PEIPING, May IS *UP* The United States legation advised the American Board of Missions today to evacuate the American School at Tuner how six American families ho American High School fen*, and girls, and 600 Chine *• C hi el tan children ac enrolled Iii Hi*’ attirail United States Minister N< Ison T Johnson Instructed legation officials to forward to th# Japanese legal loo a detailed list of American plop rty and Missionary pet sonnet in i oui ('hunt, With a statement pointing out the necessity for strict regald lot ti.* lag Wednesday Tense Situation ( auses Continued on Pag# $«*urte*n FAIR WK ATH KR FOR AREA TOD VY r. Continued on Page Fourteen IRFAN! RY BAI ANTE LONDON, May Ii * UP1 Great* Britain is prepared to join with other European nations to enforce th# V#r-saiiles treaty if Germany attempts to Fair i Ewa D* WASHINGTON. May IS— INS) — Treasury balance as of May IS. $457.-i 1*2 OM 30 Expenditure*. $9,815,131 86. v at her is forecast for today Cullom* rec* sp'$, $8.910 712.04. rn Pinnaylvsnta, New Jersey, .land Showers mc . a s (1 i . miami Charles J 8 pee I loot Westover right of neutral property and In street Wilmington. Del i'guttered a complaint against an alleged drunken driver yesterday. He said a motorist operating a car bearing Pennsylvania herns# FM306 side wiped his automobile on West Ninth street snd continued on hts way He trailed the hit-run driver to Kerlin street, where th# offending rn*Aorist tuned In the I direction of Upland FINE IMPOSED ON ‘ONE-MA VOIR HKSTR \ A one-man orchestra was In pollee court this morning, the must* a1 wizard being fined $4 cai a disordetly conduct charge The defendant James Allen. 20 who gave hts address as Concord avenue. near Second .street, was picked up early this morning at Third and I amok in streets bv Patrolman Hager. Allen carries a set of trap', various Boise making contraptions being attached to the drum which he operates with his foot while he strums on a ukelele This was hi* second arrest In a month and he was ordered to keep off the street* Johnsons action tar Ute.' after th** Japan* r legation pounced that Nippon troops v hold 7.500 miles of Chinese teir within he Great Wall tint ii ail standing Chinese--Japanese | ar# m*tiled The ii va Hon said tim army a hold all of It: present gains, inlet that no further extensive ad va were contemplated It ev«r that the J a, >a n*M brough* within a three of Peiping and 71 nut American offic lab ar i peon 0***1 til* Darby I, who g lint e Ie inst ( nntinued rn, Page tourism! I'l»l»BR DARBY’S NKW POSTM ASTER ON DUTY F dj. ii 8 Thompson of HUL* today sssui master of Upper Charles Ii I/••sit week aft* r si rv I ti Mi Thorn p'Wi r* *minmendecT for Un po.* .’ion eph F Guff*-?, of Pitt.sbumh erat!** Blate leader Po Thompson ll*.* .' at 7126 8* alc Hon to re-arm tr* aly- would < justifiable in c to re-arm beyond the treaty limits, Eventual character of the sanctions is the topic of diplomatic exchanges between london end Pans An animated exchange *)f views and information is going on among European capital*, while responsible government ofnctals are preparing to appear personally at Geneva lo Int*tv* ne in the armaments muddle after Adolf Hitler* pronouncement to lh# Reichstag on Wednesday. Bir John Simon, foreign secret irs and Lord iluiisham war secretary, ar# ready to go to Geneva at the end of th* week it Hitler leave# the door op*n to af lefei«.t partial agreement While deploring the reports of a European war score In the I/ui-don press, the foreign oflRc** n* *,* rthe- < ‘HiUHieil on Pati* I oufleen DRKDlilNd BIDS FOR DIKE REPAIRS Bud M probable tomorrow The hikfhest temperature here yesterday was 82 degrees, a* 3 2<) p rn. . lid th# low* st was 64, at 6 40 p. in , with an av* I Ik.'*' ll degree* above normal of 62 rim highest temperature ever recorded here on May 14 was .* violation of the :»<> in 1900, and the lowest w.n 43, m Dr allied penalties if an actual move d on high au* regarding Ocr •inent of inten- Congress Today (Rf IISITED PHI ti) SENATE: Receives Mum lr 8h*>als conference port. 187H    gins    Luuderbark    ImpeaclMBtol The sun rises today at 5 45 and lr,s* ce * a lit filii The moon rise* at 127 Banking Committer reports GIM* a rn and set* at ll 28 a. rn., Daylight Steagali banking reform bill. Having time    __    • HOI NE; Considers routine legislation. Commerce Committee resume* hearings on Adm inuit ration Ha broad bill Banking Committee consider* BINT-A WEEK LIMIT OFF MEDIC'INAL RUM WASHINGTON. Mb, ll Till Topicsof Times pint-a-week limit on medicinal liquor Glasft-Bungall bank mg reform bill. IS off Beginning today, physicians may prescribe as much as they think *h*sr patients need and they dont have to tell the Government what 'ti** ailments air that require a whiskey treatment As a result Federal officials !*,*»k for a sharp rise in medicinal liquor *on»ump’lon. Industrial Alcohol Bureau figures show 5 OOo OOO gallons A killer in Chicago was freed aa judge, jury and spectators wept Maybe Ju tic# cried a Utile, too. There were few automobile wreck* report* d in this county yesterday, al- led ' was iv I'm-D**rno-master 1 road Req I opera t th* fir Shin v Will b* for folds I prior to ;< p.*. d area of Ti; br* invited th tried v .ii; Kedging dike* in town ie Penna. Continues Push Along Prosperity Path * plot i f alii Ignite. U I I Bi International Seas "ervxei su bs taut a-ses in out* SMEDLEY JR. HIGH ATHLETES WIN With every phase of industry and business sharing in the ri.se. Pennsylvania entered the third week of May today forging ahead along tile prosperity path. From every side < ain# es id* ne*.    of —-——    improved conditions positive    Mali    ti- Dru’lurcH I nnffirinl ( hum rHi ’ mirrored In n .< >d em- int i«na    ( nointiai ( nam*    pioVment and s*urj fie.re- n*    p- pionN    at Boyg* Week    cations aion*    d* rd: \    *    of a Mack* nine of rein f demand# t Field Events at I*. M. (’. metropolitan centers and 'mailer communities alike „    8U*el output both in Pittsburgh af d Week came to a close satur- the Bhenango Valley districts of west-°*' rf’ " bugie.s, the thud r rn Pennsylvania w a.s booming along of nun!, feet and with proud chests at the highest level sn many months decorated with gay ribbon badges    Th* number three blast furnace of Cheer* refunded over the spacious the Carnegie Steel Company, idle cai. pus of    ’ hi Pf an .Sylvania Mill-    slog* 1929, was    lighted today with    50 larv College    as more thin two thou-    men on the    job as other plants and    Chester    you riggers    bid    adieu    stepped up production and    start* d to    th#    spotlight for another    year,    new operations Bo d*v with ported put Supporting th*' steel rise was the report of the resumption of production at the Clymer Brl* a Work*, af Clymer today, Forty men went ba*k to woik making fir* brie* for Heel furnaces and mill* Statistical rep*>r's substantiating the increased industrial oui look came from two widely different sources From Philadelphia came the information that factory employment in Pennsylvania increased one per cent and wage payments five per cent from March 15 to April 15 Tonnage baul**! over the week-end on the Erie and Allabuta division' of th*4 Pennsylvania railroad was hight i than any other similar period sine** last October. Pretzel manufacturers at Reading it ground I a Wick as the s rn* re member Conservation Corp* on the project, will mg recent weeks toe Bow and Darby ct 2000-acre lake in th* of th** county. lr** .*ii O' for I I of ft) , that be boul e flood reek* * Di about 6,000 OOO gal | Iona of green stock ageing rn distiller!* i. Congress lift<d the rev a la (toms on liquor prescription* this spring in the second of the prohibition Jsws changed since March 4 PINCHOT TO VETO TURNER MEASURE Sa.v.s Appropriations liiii Is One That Will Aid Sweatshops Pete Meffugh observes that some p'iple nay as they go, * 'hers leave before they have to. If mud baths ire beautifiers, Do# DiMrdto should hay** a really beauti- fill . itom*ibik since he moved to hi* country home. Yesterday w i* Mothers Day snd we know one young »w**#t thing who thought sn much of Iv r parent that I she invited half a dozen of her psi* home for dinner. George Bernard Shaw I* In again. He says the time is coming when wa Ail! not use coal, H s been talking to th# apartment house janitor, EPWORTH LE AGUE HAS CONVENTION 2(H) Delegate# Attend Spn-hions, Saturdays at West ( hester HARRISBURG, May Hostility to many f*af; ti: 15- ' INB* — of the M uatach# Jo# ii pulling s wall out to get ready for his beer garden. No doubt he expects his customers to *ff. .hi i20,0*? w    Appropriation    rslie'ttuTrooT bill passed by the General Assembly:    ..... was voiced bv Gov. Gifford P tic hot Captain Mulhall aa vs girl* ar* too today when he reiterated th# Turner old at 25 to meet th* strenuous d* -Bill chous# No. 22) will ie- vetoed mantis of modem dancing. O. K. Refusal of th* Legislature to ap- cup, but who ever heard of a chorio* propria Le .'ufflcient money, the Gov-. who wa* 25??? ernor said will force the dismissal    ...... An deli ,*a group.' odist south*' ittendati es of of all c Episcopi ixtern fi 200 ti Ch jor* than north League in the M* thebes in tile Penn yivanla, of some Stat*- employes on June I Th# General Appropriation hill Ii approximately $1300,000 below the Governor's recommendations “House Bdl No. 22 Ut a bill In aid of sweatshops," Go*, "rnor Ptnchot lid ‘ It would wupc out the Bureau of Mediation in the r>* paltinent of A chap who was stabbed In th# back rf fused to tell p* ''ice hep* who he was. Maybe she wa* just a lady friend. I he Weather —    d re dx of bloom' to delight th* eve of I*—woe tai 'Service, Nsllie Gray, Wind floral ’over.' Mrs. Gideon M Sufi!    It wa* a rousing conclusion to s Coincident with an armour,semen. Non*. Old Lady.    Playdema, Abby,    and Mrs. Arthur    Copeland are in    rousing reception given the youth of    that    nearly    IOO pep cent    employment Bihboo, Miss Overbrook,    Clover    charge of Toyiand,    always an impor-    Chester ss a part of the    National    has    been reached by    glass bottle MV.    tam fixture of the    May Market, for    Boy:" W##k The final    event, the    blowers In    Western    Pennsylvania 'I*** Kathryn.    Golden    Deeds,    the kiddies form no    small part of the    much discussed Field Dhv,    was a de wars registered i * I day evening and all were swamtaed with orders Even with I da.y ^urday, IU th*' convention of 1^*.    OI    ,    deb    gates held n    the    West Chester ( <*ntinurd on Page Fourteen BARNEY” FLOOD IS May IS—(IP) — plants working 24 hours a day at!M.tfefi(lul Fnl capacity production, output was from r\ ‘>, r r>, IO to 15 carloads behind orders jpal Church, West Pennsylvania"* pot'cry Industry shared in the spurt when the Shun- W A SHING TON, Weather forecsM Eastern Penns) Iv ama—Cloudy and slightly cooler tonight, followed by FOUND DEAD IN PARIS    north    portion    Tuesday snd probably in south portion tat# tonight and Tuesday. May 15 I Nisi Bernard n>w Jersey—Cloudy and somewhat Flood, well- colored tonight and ru«aday with Royal Guinea, inn win Moms Folly, attendance. Sis Agnes. Booby Bird. AiJren t. Women who will relish 'he oppor-3—Thistle Ann, Galliard!#, Ballyhoo, tunny of securing pastry w ll tx* al layed finale to the show Meteoric 4—stout Bov. 5—Little Connelly, Red Cinders. Tu-Itne Maid, Bimini. 6—None. 7—Nackola Boy. Belen. 8—None. Weather, raining; track, good. traded to the booth of Mrs 8 R. Crothers and Mrs F R Nothnazle. who promise to have eye-filling con-cxt.ons of cake*. And another im- All th# Cheater Methodist churches PARIS, May 15 were represented as well aa those of j Alexander "Barney’ Phl!ade:ph i Media md vicmny, known New York ai d International i    late    tonight" ar five planU of the Knox Glass Bottle ango pottery received an order for 12 Chester Pike, W*m Cheeter, Oxford., detective, was found dead on the TUlxd«v Scheduled Company announced wage increases carloads of white *-ups, saucers and Quarryville and Columbia    floor of his bathroom here today. >.    ivnnsvlsania    — ‘showers to be run off on May 6th. it was post- averaging $1 a day for 200 workers. plates from the Philadelphia quart- On Friday evening a feature of the, Flood, the police reported, had died    and    Tursdav*    cooler near poned because of rain until last Sat- Five thousand men have returned eon**ter depot of the United States program was the presentation of a of apoplexy in his apartment In the i wh* i.mieht urday    to work in the coke fields around    army    .'holt comic drama entitled, “The I Hotel Continental.    j    ,— Dark clouds hovered overhead as Connellsville during the last week    A large Pittsburgh electrical corn-    Eyes That See ” which war cleverly! Flood, ss commander    of the    Vet- a gloomy setting to the boys sen-- and operations have reached 50 per    par.y was making preparations for the    precented by members of the Media erans of Foreign Wars,    was to    have TODAY’S TEMPERATURES vitie.' Having be^n thwarted by the    f:Pnt rapacity—the hlghe.'t mark m    receipt    of orders totaling between $3 -    group pendant booth Is that of Mr* Kings-    weatherman once, the youngsters    two years.    000,000    and $4 000,000 which are ex-    Watch .services opened the    Sa’ur- >v Montgomery and Mr Garnet'    were not to be- denied their glory and    The H C Prick Company has put    peeled    if the Roosevelt admintstra*    day morning program, at 8 45    o clock, Pendleton who will dlzpGV-e candy    —      3    000    men    on    half    time    work in Its Mon t public works program goes into; for young and old.    j    C    ontinued    on    Page    Fourteen    coke    mines    and    other    ope    rations    re-    operation.    J    Continued    on    Page    Light headed a delegation tomorrow to re kindlr the eternal flame at the tomb of the unknown soldier at the Arc de Tripmphe Bi* body will be sent to America. 6 a.    rn. ...... 80    ll a. m   68 7 a.    rn.  .....60    Noon ........70 8 a    rn.......61    lpm.......73 9 a.    rn.    64    2 p. rn. 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