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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( IID I I.MION FOR I'WKI.VJ; lONT.IS, ENDIM# DKC KM RI R SI. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION it it it it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,570. Da11y leaned Wire Report* pf Ignited br-and International Hawi Service INS UP) CHESTER, PA., FRIDAY, APR!!. 2S. PA TWKNTY-FOl ll PA (ii TRICE, TWO CENTS BONIS PROPOSAL HERRIOT ENOS HIS HALTS INFLATION PARLEYS HERE ON VOTE IN SENATE WAR DEBT ISSEL Drive (Ialhcr> Momentum Former Premier of France Rapid! \ and Over- Bids Roosevelt Farewell shadows Other Issues    at W hite House Sponsors Lain Favorable Enter Joint Statement; SiI-Promises; (told Dollar ver Payments Planned REAL FIRE BELLE DUBIOUS FUTURE head °f cuban iowa JUDGE ISr.0.R.S°TTEN W. NELSON TRUAX (’ontent Cut Passes Roosevelt Appeals For the Defeat of Bonus Measure WASHINGTON Ap 28- INS* mf a pm-atip Jrife drfrat to attach The PrrMdrnt was enlisted in (hr fight against thr bonus when i partial poll revealed 42 Senator* pledged to vote for thr Pay President R< Maevelt onal appeal #i Demo of the Set ate todn he bl-partita ii drive •ash payment of the rider' on t he adm lug# inflation prog ran ment plan. nile red by Bena or Ar- (bur Robin son. Republican. nf In- diana, Tin S st rength was j 115* six vat$Hv 1 lf t he majority neres- sa rv for its a de pf ion. The adm inis rat ion for# # s were fighting wit h their hacks to the wall Sena Joe T Robin son. of Arkansas the Drni#ierat1e fifsor ne a o a prj ta If of bon Id make t the Senate, on den’, for rejee* intendment 'fl t! WASHINGTON After beating of? tacks, adminlstrai Senate fought to payment of the i dent Roosevelt a renry inflation. Senator* spoused payment of \eir however, claimed N otes p json bi! of an a Senate Autht dent to the doll by The bor turn like i from eon the great Sena' n admintstr* v at Ant headline* The flgh Mr Room order the treasury n for Foreign Debtors WASHINGTON April 28 'INS* — President Roosevelt and M. Herriot have had a frank and friendly'’ exchange of views on the knotty problem of France's debt to the United States, they revealed today in joint statement, on the eve of the French envoy s departure from Washington No conclusions, how ever, w r I e reached, but was stated that it was    Wouldn't It br a pleasure in br r»» felt the exchange had been valuable , „rfj pv this fire chief? She is NIO.' and the negotiations will be continued patricia Parti!!. of t.raienhurst. tint in Washington and Paris    Canada. who has Just taken over her Not being a member of the prevent duties as chief of the volunteer fire French mint .try. in fact having no squad at Wellesley < ollrgr. Wellesley official stator at all. M Herriot was Mass. Bring on your blares; unable to armure Mr Roosevelt that his government would "cure” its $ 19 OOO OOO default of last December. or make the *40 000 000 payment due on June 15 next And in view of the recalcitrant attitude of Congress on the debts. Mr Roosevelt was unable to assure M Herriot of downward revision According to the communique, thev made mutual explanations of the respective French and Amerlran viewpoint* and let it rest there for the present. Their joint communique follows "The President has discussed with M. Herriot the problem of intergovernmental debts The President has FOH PA. BEER BILL SEEN IN THE HOI SE Nut in Full Accord With \icnn> of Influential Legislators lanai Option Feature a Stumbling Block: Other Flaw* Noted HARRISBURG April 28 The McClure beet control bi has pa.sscd the first milestor General Assembly, today fan btous future From all appearances it is acceptable plan devised to problem witn numerous an obstacles but still its provii INS w h: lh the iic wiuv-e tnfipen GOVERNOR SIGNS FITZGER ALD KILL Measure Mares 'id ( la** City Treasurers on Salary for Collecting Taxes — < IN8i-ative at * in the srt forth the entire situation from th cep cash of Presi- Thr Fttzf day by Gc places t reas on a salary school and Bill, r Pin of th! imrrn* corr r cur- e cash nation to'have 42 their rider to rrrnrv Infla-ix votes short f the present r>r the Preai-Id content of fit. was voted n P Gi American point of view and M Her-riot has explained how the problem appears to the French government and parliament This long exchange come effet of views which was of the most frank and friendly character was for the purpose of reaching a clearer understanding of the realities of the situation and will undoubtedly help in . detrrminig the steps to be taken    Hurd-rl.v    ,    cities hereafter.    tnuch    as    $25    000    annu It is the hope of the Prr.sident and M Herriot that these conversations which have proved to be of value may ive continued in Paris and in no intl flee Under the cannot effect offs Rep Nor ber? estimated the b of! Fr s-. sen elect# •af ion as a # gathered roonien-de ft drew supper* a Republicans and if new Democratic last fall. It amated iders that regarded lie effort to rapture < unturned en Page fifteen DELAWARE HOISE BASSES WET BIEL r>OVFR April 28- The House late sterdaj. after UMI Democratic members had been in caucus most d around the Rob- of toe afternoon passed the linier Four claxaifiratioi provided in the mr; populations of 25 00* the treasurers now < lectors, between IU dually, between 25 from $3500 to $5 OOO 50 OOO and 55,000 *8 OOO $7500 The tax collector to name all nrcrrsa the consent of the school board, each vote* in reaching council and school b him with off,re ac Cities with ss would pay ated tax col-id $3500 a n • and 50 000, illy; between and over 55,- n the pow* W ASH I NOTO Charging that parfment “dslato of the now* close Bank of New V substantial toaae afer Cost! manded a Cost is a I the Benat gested th chief national York City. Nj Carl C Franri mg romp*roll* called to test! He propose* forrc.spnndene* leged fradulue propriat ion* o rectors and ag kelt    discretionary    pewit    to    (hr Republican member* voting    wet ssuanee of $2 225 OOO ono in against tile measure    Fi rites to pav off the unpaid The bill is the one drawn bv the IMI -    special commission named by the    Hon Continued    on    Page    fifteen    Governor. headed bv Pierre 8. du    conf Pont as a permanent bill for the    to r* ronfrol of the manufacture and sale    ore ■ of liquors, wines and beer. It tai patterned after the Quebec plan' and creates a rom mission of four members to be named bv the Governor all the members to be from the city of Wilmington DEMANDS PROBE OE HARRIMAN HANK fzgerald had a si Legislature ll sex. but in diffei erence rommitfe, *,arh a com prom! aa* mopped. < OROSI R f III J evans lichee! md 7 he auge ar bill in the passed both t forms, and were unable so the meas* -Pl Ahi It jparent justice ne-ness in proser ut ion Harriman National rk, had resulted in losses to ti rn, Dem , C« borough mv § under whose resolution ordered the inquiry, aug -Medahe. I K Roberts, ai bink examiner in New National Bank Examiner leis and F. O. Awalt, art* EA TH ER KILLS SON s 1 THEN ENOS OWN FIFE nj, tooav de* 'ligation c I. solution CAMDEN ti. J» April 2$ -INS* Mentally deranged bv a series of pi coded financial reverses, a once-wealthy Camden manufacturer shot and killed his son and then ended hi* own life with the same shotgun, according to Di .J E \ ans .^chemic nj I .inner* coroner of Delaware a dressed the members of Lansdowne Rotary Club weekly-lunrheon meeting terday af Lunadowne 'I his talk was. The History of Coroners Office Its Functions lls Duties * Jerome L. Ii* nit in this city, and president of the d introduced the soc •not in full accord many lcgisla quite wieldy, 'Hie local option feature of the regulatory measure presents fair of the principal stumbltnK blo* ks Tile bill provides for a referendum not more than once every four years on the question of sale of beer Outlawing of the sale of beer through a referendum would affect only retailers They would lie denied the right to sell beer until the voters in the particular community reversed their derision But wholesale distributors could continue operations, selling as small an amount as one bottle This in effect would make a whole-sale distributor a retailer, except that the beverage rould not be consumed on the premise* where it is purchased Potential retailers object to the form of local option Tliry point out that it would amount to nothing short of discrimination 7heir contention is that the only difference under the provision* of the bill, between a wholesaler and retailer is that the latter would permit consumption on the premise*. Bars are prohibited but beer can be bought and consumed at lunch counters equipped with stationary K0 seats or chairs These orcrmimoda-non* for persons to sip their beverage in a sluing posture apparently arr the Du vin only distinction. Thus the bar rail mnrrn rould. easily be supplanted by »ta- stand tlonary seats I hi*, it is contended. Bef# would bring back the saloon in modi- vet yr fled form as long as the room con- one ti tamed 300 square feet and was you o equipped with tables and chairs for goes i 40 person*    while These arr ami# of thr flaws pointed Fail out bv House members Thev propn** nmepi to make corrections next week.    retirr The general complaint that mum- one he opalines are losing revenue dally‘dm rn because of the failure of the general Rail assembly to agree on the licensing tramp encl (cintre* btl} I? without a *p ort vt cr’ would not be required nor become will c* effective until June I. although they banks could be procured before that date flnanc The revenue loss to the state ta new ti caused by the drlav In enactment of The the taxation bill which is now in the to the Senate The Sowers-Conner Bill. mg of which wa* vetoed, had incorporated those in lf both the licensing and the taxa- dav, m Hon features,    out the DRAGGED BY MOB: NEARLY HANGED Forced From Bench, In Irate Farmers, Smeared With Dirt and (Crease Ret used to Sxx ear Hc\\ mild Not Si un Foreclosures: .Martial La55 Ensues LE MAR:    la,    April 28 * INS - Clamping Ic Mars under martial law-, Governor Civ de Herring moved MAN’ .swill afrit who C F twin Ar :grd Du v from d to bai quickly he a dei lug it lf< acting the junta seeking means of wrestling control of C uhs from President c.erardo Ma* had#* I* Or f ados de la l**rre. former president U H of Marana I nfver*»ts and former ye Ur: mas or of Mas ana. shoss n here at the She junta's ronferrn< «• in New 5ork. a rf la I law s*.hod 20b nd of Col the troop amen in rd before nes wax tv la*fore * cation Int* a abduct ion I nasa are (hat he st av being photographed. Andrew I Vnhtraii, the ■’Lather of Prohibition. iv pp lured av he left his office at st. Paul. Minti., looking like a man who has seen hiv pet dream shattered this is the first pp lure of 5 ntvtrad made in veari, as lits apitpat Its to photographers Is well know n. DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME DRAWS NEAK On Retiring Saturday Be Sure to Advance Timepieces One Hour The country having gone off the gold standard lf is getting reads to du sg the Mi-vrat • rmers blindfold# ♦bed him, smear od greave and t isng him from Facing his tormentors auh a dis plav of dignity, the white-haired jurist saved hi* life with an appeal to Prov ident!* n Rev etal farmer* in Ihe mob were masked Although Judge Bradley after re turning to town, said he did not wish to prosecute the farmers, Sheriff R J ontlniied on Tage I litten TRI VK HITS POLK; TWO MEN IMI REO TINICUM FLUDD RELIEF ASSURED SI cps Taken (ti Have (he “Forest Army" Make Repairs to Broken Dikes th# Of! Y* [hi , W W I afternoon automobile one of the after Its * t t i#* vt* Ii lr Ii graph pole ere in) Iriperv iver h and et it Che,* when eked d# cont un control cd. of Th R Mf ri street, faupervill# lr cun M Dow 723 I.afavr it Prospect Paik JI R 1st me is said to have * the path of tire maehtne. being driven bv Dow In r to avoid striking th# im# 0 swerved hi* truck to one * #<oing so lost control cf * and it, crashed mid a fail# ' Dow a injuries ron*i*te* f at ions of the right lower Ji r of the neck Hr was pie 1 conscious, with blood Ho *' taken to the Taylor Hoar ct | ti# Ma bu i en * (ie nmtitiv loner Desmond orge VV rig Ii I untv at th( toner* exprt F 7 Drear: id Count cpresente on f crenel rd thr br If! a In (I nmtorf ta TD STAND TRIAL ATTHEJUNETERM Former Bank Official Held in S10,000 Bail on Em-bezzlemenl ( hargc Bank Examiner a( Hear-inExplains Alleged Illegal Ads V the conclusion of a hearing. which consumed more than two hour* yesterday afternoon VV', Nelson Truax. 52. of 34 East Twenty-third Street, wa* held under *10,000 bad I for the June term of court. The Ii#,iring held in the office of J Magi: Irate VC VV Ma (hues at M#-di-* brought out. details of the al-I legedly improper stock transact ion* I of Iruax while he was .secretary and 'assistant treasurer of the Chester-Ch rn bridge Bank and Trust Company. According to the testimony of William J MeCuen. of IHI South Statu road. Upper Darby, examiner for tho State Department of Banking. Truax made purchase*, and sales of stock, in the name of thr bank, and in many Instances pocketed the profit*. When checks for the profits were received from the brokers, Truax would cash the (hecks and deposit the proceeds in pf i fins I ac-ount which ha maintained in the First National Bank of Chester Examiner M( Cuen declared that Truax admitted making many of tho transactions and admitted cashing the rhrtk- from brokerage houses, but maintained that in these trinal lions ti* wa.- in the role of a customer of the bank Aeon,.DK to Assistant District Attorney William R Tow!, Truax did not benefit largely by tho alleged rn Lacon rind, Ute amount probably not »se eding 12000 The alleged loss us .vet at about $25,000, however, bela;.** Hie bank still hold* various Iota of stock* which have depreciated substantially In value since their purchaM by T ruax til 1930 and 1931. < ontinurd on Page I tit cr ti MERCHANTS PLAN HIG SALES EV ENT P ins w« re riffle last night at a rf special meeting of the Merchants* Division of tic Delaware County . Chamber of Commerce, for tile big* i seM bargain event ever attempted in r Cheater. The dav will be known aa ■S Chester Day and live special sales * evf tit will Ire helrj on Friday, May 19. ( Tile rom rn I (tee in charge ol arrangements will decorate the riyt for I ! • he occasion and on th* eve of I Ch# -tet Day a mile-long motorcade v ill t# ii Chester and environ* so I that all may know of the event. It la planned to issue coupons to all who p make purchase* on the date, each f eoup#»n rout Irs the buyer to par-1 tic I pa ie tn the awards of IOO valuable gifts to be given by the mer uit v. sole Du rbv* at their held yet* * topic of the LORD PLANT M VV GO ON .10-HOI R WEEK Mon* to ; The hour will be rn (ember 24 burk bd I 5 1 Pl SN III I 55 of the currency, br the near future, the present all [ting to the alit ne.* and mlsap-1* by officer*, Alif the bank. ’ HYPNOTIST HELD IN WOMANS DEATH EASTON Pa, April 28    1    INS' Oerald Fit/ribbons, of Audubon. N. J a hynnuxt was held under $5 000 bail on two charges today aftet Miss Helen We im Rothriein 26. of Philadelphia. was killed when the automobile he was driving crashed Into A* authorities reconstructed the tragedy today! they said the father. George Shirk. 46, killed hi* .son, RWR#, Jr 22. as the latter lay sleeping. a few hours before he wa* to have gone lo work last night The slaver then barricaded himself in a beornom and ended his life Shick left four notes to explain his action Mrs. 8hick and Mrs Nellie Evans, who resides at the Shirk home, were away visiting friends TERNER ON HOP FOR RECORD A (ROSS I J. S. BURBANK Cal , April 28 INfil — a tree and unset at Raubsville, south    •    new west to east transcon- nf here early today    (mental    record a* his goal. Col Roc- F-'Ki'bho! who conducted cia'-. foe Turner, noted aviator, hopped off in hypo"’ IMC.. « held under guard    ,od,*v    ,n hlA * My*‘ a! the Easton Hospital at the request of pollee after an investigation bv Dr Theodore Reichbaum He was accused of driving while intoxicated and with manslaughter. M \N ALIVE AFTER I DAYS IN “(OLD" ( AR BINGHAMTON N Y April 28 • UP'—Rescued after being locked in a refrigerator car for four days, John Yanek 22 of Mather Pa . will recover, J physicians said today When he regained consciousness Yanek revealed that he had been rn the almost air-tight, ice bunkered ear ainee Sunday when the car wa* taken by ferrv from Nrw York to Hoboken, N J He was working in the car. he said, when someone clamped the lid on A car inspector found Yr nek WILL ACCOMPANY BEEBE Coarb 1 Harry N h# Smed- ley J un lor High School tn xck team. took a picked gr# Hip Of STV en of hi* squad t 0 the Pm in Relays in Phiia- deiphta today TI hose who will rep- resent Smedley a re Miller Anderson, William Toran. Theodor# Brown. William Hess. W iliiam Q uinn and Charles Saw ie kl, It is believed bv those closely con* nd meted with the Ford Motor Company, of that the local plant and the plants ib,) throughout the country will acquiesce er in the 30 hour week plan Confirmation could not be secured this morning from the local Ford Company authorities All profess ne RECITAL MAN TO MD MAN M NRK ET 'ark. w here he waa admit lr reatmcnt and observation Rlatine‘1 injuries consisted of finn of the calf of his right Ie as also taken to the hnspiL fitment. The truck wa* badly ( HANCE IN POLK E ( Cl RT SOI EDELE 1 pr Aft ti o I ii lari I It for Tot men 'or kl of ti id (ran Ch Th VI \S HI 51.1 055 > IMN William Lowry OI knowledge of the proposal and expect rom tm to continue with their present pro- the to gram until notified lo change by the I** Hie main plant in Dearborn. Mich    at the TTie Ford Company af the prrwnt time employs 3000 men on a 40 hour aerk basis If the proposed plan of 30 hours, is accepted thia will necessitate a hiring of about loon additional men If the program goes through it 1500 West will not mean a gate hiring prograr the if h period t he vo are int Mark#! large a Mrs Mrs O beat May tg a linum I IO o ur th Pen Second street, entered the Chester a* none of the Ford employes ate Hospital accident room last night and    selected    in tha# manner reported that he    had swallowed a    :<ono applier?i#ms    are    in the pin Aftei probing    for awhile without    of the    pomp*nj    and    there success an X-ray    photograph was    dealt taken of the stomach and larnvx No trace of the ptn was revealed and it was believed Lowry had been mistaken Over Mi order of seniority Kl N MUM N BV I KMM terv Plane Col Turner planned to fly to New ark N J. Betty Mouff#lf, 14 800 Morion ave-nue. was rtrurk by a bicycle last night a' S#icn»h and Morton avenue muel Grad. 4<X of HIK North when she w,*» refilming hf»me about 55UKKM5N BHI 5 B n I lf. iphla, su*- 10 p m Fortieth street. Phi! tamed a compound It acture of the jct Horpita left leg while working af 'he Sun Oil for a *e\#r# Tile present west lo east record I* Company's plant in Marc IO hewirs 19 minutes set bv Jame« Q Haiflip. in the 1932 air rare* Col Turner hold* 'he east to west record of 12 hours 35 minutes. P. NL C. CADETS HAVE BUSY DAY I nclcruo Inspection for (internment Rating; Reviewed by Maj. Weyand Early morning bugle rails summoned the tadets of ’he Pennsylvania Military College to their duties this morning with the appearance of a group of young men groomed to do their utmost for the rating of their military organization with the War Department The area inspector. Major Alexander M Wevand, of the Hook yesterday Grad was removed to the Chester Hospital in the ambulance of the Marcus Hook Fire Company and WM admitted for treatment .sn# wa? taken to the Che where she was treat! pram of her side the t cital New cia! p lowing of ai there will I Wednesday Heads of gantzmg ti tried featur be present there will b of ape. ap- j A new schedule for |*#»lu r tourt *> ti#'t* fill ll*    hri n mr r Magistrate Michael A at 9 a rn instead of had been the custom Four youths found ( streets at an early in mg comprised today s #la*s of de-fendail#* All were h* Id for questioning They gave their names as Harry Johnson. 21. Potter sir ret neat Htxth street; James Hobart 18. 1300 block Hou’ ti Forty-eighth street. Philad# Iphia; Stanley 19. and Julian Pavlock 21. both of the ROO block McDowell avenue The latter two were arrested at 12 30 a rn. f#idav at 7wenty-flrst and P#»tter streets bv Special Officer Carrden, who became suspicious of them when he saw them carrying a bag TTie youth?, claimed thev were returning home fr#*m a fishing trip. having spent Hw night fishing In tile water* of Ridley creek, n#ar Wallingford. SCHOOLS TO OBER NTE ON DA VLK• IIT TIME for I AIR ANH W ARMER VV KATHER FORECAST F (lr and warmer is the prediction in Fastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland It will he cloudy tomorrow, and cooler in th* afternoon or at night. 'Hie highest temperature here yesterday wax 57 degreea. at 4 p rn . and the low# si was 39 at 6 a rn equal to th# minimi n record for the date, # 'tarnished in 1874 The average of 18 was nine d(greex below nor mal for the date but two d# greex abo* a the average April 27 last year. Maximum tenijierature for the date is 93, established in 1915 Sunrise today was at 5 O', a to . and unset win he at 6 52 p rn. Eastern Standard Time. of mg end# nt to all in of I opicsof I lines r rn# a re I IBI XIAN ii Taylor. HISN AF Will F Colonel Edwin XI Chance, of Haverford. revealed yesterday that he is making preparations to accompany Dr William Beebe naturalist, on another of Dr B##tx ■* expediuon* !he    j)lvlslon    Headquarters,    arrived party will tail June 15 for Bermuda today to conduct the annual imper- in Colonel ( h^nce.S ac,I, An.are? finn r.1 iH#» unit in «.-hich fh^ Inca! It will include Colonel Chance s wife. and ions, Henry and Eritton. and several of their friends Miss Gloria Hollister. Dr Beebe* assistant, also tmgulshw!    R will go Dr Beebe win endeavor to descend 3 OOO feet in his "Batfic tion of the unit in which the local corps will compete with ail other R. O T C. outfits in the nation to retain It* former rating of a dis- unit COM I Kl N< F DI l l (. X I I 4 CTC with the grade of excellent ’’ w. .    ^    -1    Acuvitiea    on    the field pr##cd#c I    n,    ''r    “    '    r    bv many days of preparation and nours of scouring and slicking up of equipment and uniforms, began at 8 30 o'clock with a full dress parade WASHINGTON. April 28- UP'— *nd review in honor of the visiting Congresser. I cue .( ’• ncard today Sec- inspecting officer. Major Weyand ret ary of State Hull, Assistant Sec- took the review which was coffret ary of State Mo lev and Senator manded by Captain Morton I Rob-K0". Pittman Derr Nev have been movitch with the battalion formed tentatively rtccifjed pen a part of for the review bv Captain and A#1ju- Ihe United S?ate? delegation to the    --- Internationa. Economic Conference    <    ontinued    on    Page    Fifteen “Drunk" Wanders In Police Station; Goes With Records Page Mr iv ver maki rd No . bu rapidly making a nam John Henry, of John who r for him- It appears that went on a spree a few evenings ago Not knowing what he was doing he wandered into police station Not only the polit# station. but he finally wandered into th# detective bureau, Yesterday, certain record* were missing No one knew where they had gone Each detective asked the other, but all in vain The records were rn., ins "TTits is Ward#-n Turner, at Media We have a pro-oner who has some of your records in his possession what shall we dov inquired the voice at the telephone ‘Solved," piped Detective Captain George Feeney, who had spent the morning looking for the records. Out the pis.n clothesmen *(nt to Media Sure. John had th# missing record* He was drunk and wandered into police station No (rn# sa” hun He lock the records for no good reason He was arrested in Ma rues Hook but the cops there failed to search him, thats whv they were still m his, possession when he reached the county jail. < HMM I HJN 1“ I NI PROX I D Richard Cain. formerly of this city, who left for Cresson several months ago is much improved in health according to a letter whieh has been received hv .oral friend. Mr Ca n 1* a former employe of a local res'aur-ant. DORRANCE CASE INHERITANCE TAX Realer of W ills Tells AImiuI Steps Taken to Make < oiled ion floe I VII It I, I NJ 5 J»I * I K 5 I IDN w im n Park emer FRANK B. RHODES ‘FOR GOVERNOR’ Democrat* Ray Tribute to Media Lawyer, Banquet (illest a member of the Com in* ny No 2. suf-a severely sprained ankle yes-V, shortly before noon when hi* was t WL* fed a* he st rink lh# of th# firehouse in sliding clown trass pole from th* recreation to the apparatus room ornpajjy was railed out to an alarm Taylor was e Che*ter Hospital in « v members of Hie compar cd emergency treatment # this morning revealed ti had been broken ■ M.S's I LM I ION I Os I Itll I, I Kl 5M lf 5 Ii ALAM I EIHI 28 IN? I ( J; April 28, ii >    $7,799,- 14 782 826 86. Apr 1 Pi HARRISBURG Governor G iff 01 signed the Mi Clur* treasurers of political file accounts of expcn candidate* in an elect The treasurers mu count of all expense* exceed $50, within 15 election ALL IN READINESS FOR BOYS’ WEEK Stanley Theatre Show Will Mark the Beginning of At ti\ it it s Boy.. Week will officially open to ll has been claimed that our traffic ops are not as good as they are in irger ( Hies. But they can yell bet- A je iJ;ci herr said the American rid 1 ‘ii had no nu wold* But then ic Indians did very little spring ousecleaning. Page Ripley' Barney Dougherty in loo yards the other day after an ♦caping juvenile prisoner. We learn that Harried men live •liger than their wives Which only r> e* that talking is bad for the A lo* ii shoe repair shop advertisee; i ho# ' How foolish. We know. tn (Sr ti ti; n spend a 1*1* of tim* >r a husband Before and Mage. want., pi know what s» good hired Our advice is keep out of other people * busi* Ale ut lh* mc. 1 foolish married man we #an think of is the fellow who ta deaf and wants to be cured. Not that it’s any of our buxines*. is •• der’-'and the resident' of Tinicum township are getting water .iring gath-tvmg glow-fellows, last it Frank B Democratic text year un John F The effort to collect inheritance    me    midst    of an ado; taxes from the John T Dorrarwe ering of Demo# rats all pi estate was discouraged by the office mg tribute to on# of their of AHomey General 8ehnader, if wax night, it wa sugge lid thi charged by Register of Wills George Rhode* bt ba#iced flu (he E Hill, in an address before the Ro- nomination for governor t tary Club of Media at the weekly The suggestion <am# frr luncheon meeting in the Media Inn McDonough, Che. ter law; yesterday    testimonial dinner tem A/*#r we started our action, the Rhodes by 200 Democrat attorney generals office said we county at th# Media Club didn t have a leg to stand on ’* de-    Seldom has a man been    eulca dared Mr Hill, vet since the success so warmly ^nd apparently so u of th# action, which brought the from th# hear' of friend »•# the Stan* Treasury more than $14.000 000, honor gut t w, • Is.*' night Judge the Governor has said that the De- Oliver B Dickinson and other prom-partment of Justice collected the inent Democrat* joined in the tribute money ’    Mr    Rhod*    who    pr#    sident    of When Dr Dorrance died In 1930 in the Media-63th 8? Trust Company. New Jersey, we started our invest!- was visibly affected when he arose to gallon." continued Register Hill, respond to ti With William T Poore, state investl- "Tm? tribu* gator at that time. I went to Charles elated in (hi Congress Today (Hr UNITED rid SS) *s».N VI I inflation and farm bi Continue! r. at the debate red Mr Judiciary subcommittee begin? ;n* of the ve?>tigation of Justice Department Media conduct of Harriman Bank rax#* eulogized Banking subcommittee hearing on h Roosevelt home mortgage relief bill. IHM ' J if ngi’d it seem be conc Iud d the show lie boys are four hours al p# rf or rn-wonderful impossible •d in that ( h#\ * r may n#it be th# livellcwt city « world bu' you « *n get plenty of excitement by wandering around about 2 a rn. these days. I he Weather t #intinued on Page Fifteen Votes on home mortgage relief bill Appropriation* subcommittee meets on independent offices supply bill. La bor committee continues hear* greetings of his friend* inc on 30-hour week bill. it** is particularly appre-    Naval committee continues    hear ths cr; is *11 my life when mgs on air **>rp? *fligiit pay Commerce committee meets on xc-( **ntinued on Pag# fifteen curitie* protection bill. City Commission chairman of the C Committer on Bo nidffd bv hi^ rt John Mulhall am that every boy wi who is on hand the gala week The show will c feature, (wo maj# Mickey Mouse car review, and the Cit Thorn H Craig. . General ha.s been members Magnin. 1 care of [augurate - i>t of a Western comedies, three ms. a Movietone lain attraction" 55 A Nill NG TON, April 28— Weather forecast: I astern Pennsylvania—fair tonight and saturday; warmer tonight and in east pot lion saturday. 55 estri n Penns viva ma—Mostly • toady and warmer, showers in northwest portion tonight. Saturday fair. , (soler iii northwest portion TODAY’S I I MPI RAI I RE ( oiitinued on rage fifteen 6 ft- rn. .. 42 ll a rn. , 7 a m. .. ... 41 Noon ,. .....60 8 a rn .. ... 47 I p. rn. .....62 9 a rn. .. ... 50 2 p. rn. .....63 IO a. rn. .. ;