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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania FINAL EDITION DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK TWELVE ION! .IS, EN DIM DECEMBER SI, 1932 it it it it With All Latest and Best News of the Day PRICE, TWO CENTS Dally Leaned Wire Report* of United Presa (UP) and International News Service (INSI SOVIET DECREES FIXED ZONES FOR ITS POPULATION NEW GOVERNOR OF PUERTO RICO LOCAL HERO GETS CARNEGIE MEDAL Farm-Inflotion    Brief Buffer Frontier Strips for Politically and Socially Desirable Planned G. O. P. Organization to Be Revived in Being Written Edward J. Cartain (Jets Medal for Saving Woman in Tanker Blow-up Congressman Among 23 Others Honored ; He Disarmed Maniac Gives President Power to Regulate Currency and Agriculture Soldier lion us Payment Amendment Defeated by BO to 28 Vote New Idea Supplants mer Scheme; Gov. chot Included Cartain “Tickled”; Wife Is Proud HERRIOT SAILS SAM SCOTT IS FOR HOME TODAY RIVEN KREI Former First Ward Constable Quits Jail After Two-year Term France's Envoy at Roosevelt Parley on Debts Praises President baron Hill Residents Give Assessment and Tax Quest ions ( onsidcrat ion BRIDGE OLYMPIC GAMES HERE MON DAN Continued on I ant |'i(r CI-OSINi; OltDKK FOR BEEK EMPOItll’.MS Charged with the theft of a small radio re reiving set from the local -tore of Sear*, Roe burk Ac Co, Jacob Harris, alias Orchard, of Tasker street, near Sixth street. Philadelphia, was held in $500 bail for court when given a hearing in pollee court thia morning llarrts entered the store yesterday and was detected putting the set underneath hi* overcoat by INmald McDonald, 209 We.*t Ninth street, a salesman McDonald followed the alleged thief from the store and held him until Detective Seaman arrived BERLIN, April 29 UNH) Pour persona. Including a woman, were killed today when a new Junkers plane crashed near Traunstrm, In Bavaria, on a trial flight The plane recently was purchased bv the Eurasia Company and was destined for service In China I/M A NO ELKS, A Flight carthamic corded here at 7.81 telephone rom pan t rem bl or also wa* Compton and af Lot from here, No dam Program for Boys* Week Events Here Prank Dobson, of Naamans Creek road, Ogden, has been ap|>ointed bv the county courts as tax collector for Upper Chichester. He nib* the vacancy caused by the resignation of Howard K Major of RorAhwyn, who was elected to the office two years ago. An overheated stove pipe connected with a heating stove in the dining room of the home of Mrs Monroe Brown, 245 Green street, Marcus Hook, damaged the side wall of the room, early last night. An alarm was sounded to which both the Marcus Hook and Viscose Fire Companies responded. The blaze was extinguished with water from the booster tank on th* apparatus of the Marcus Hook company. Extensive Plans Arc* Made fur Event at Darin on Sunday, May 21 Davis, Special Envoy, Makes It to Economic ((inference Group I opicsof Times Elaborate plans for the dedicatory exercises of the Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital, on Sunday, May 21, were made at a dinner in Philadelphia, attended by civic authorities of Darby, Lansdowne and Yeadon, The ornate hospital, which cost upwards of $5,000,000 is located on Lansdowne avenue, Darby, and is. without question, one of the most attractive and best-equipped in Pennsylvania. The dinner was attended by a host of Catholic dignataries, headed by Dennis Cardinal Dougherty. County Daylight saving lime returns to this and many other communities of the state and nation tomorrow a' 2 a. rn. Before retiring tonight clocks and watches should be advanced one hour. The hour of sleep which will be forfeited tonight will be regained the last Sunday in September, when the return to standard tim# will take place. Many transportation companies have arranged new schedules to be put Into effect with daylight saving time. LONDON, April 29 'INS. The Organizing Committee of the World Economic Conference met here today, heard an American proposal for an international tariff truce and then set June 12 aa the date for convocation of the parley. Meeting in the foreign office in Downing street, the delegates listened attentively while Norman lf Davis. special American ambassador, set forth President Roosevelts plan for an armistice on trade restrictions to (Bf United Prest) < ontinued on I ast Page C ontinued on Last Page 1—In High. Cayuga. Helen Bab, Rusty. Texas Knight, Through Omond. Dug In, Epidemic. 2—Howard, Baggage Express, New Deal. Inkle Tom. Naval Cadet. Royal Majesty. Fair Grade, C old Steel, 3—None. 4—Mr. James, Miss Flip. King Cicero. Boy Valet. 5—None. 6—Botan, Cee Tee. 7—None. 8—Double O. Santerno, C bene Peace Lady, El C idio. Birt G Bowman. Irene T. F.d Lark. Blather, clear; (rack, fast. AT HAVRE DE GR ACE Tells    of Plane    Crash in Snow; Isolated Four Days School Athletic Field Developmen t Rea I bed Approved by Vote cd .*183 to I; Early A ct i on Planned in Senate Sham Battle With “Red1 Forces, Feature of An nual Army Inspection WASHINGTON, April 29 The Administrations $2 300,000 000 home mortgage refinancing bill withstood a broadside of amendments in the House yesterday and was sent to the Senate Early action is planned by Democratic leaders. The measure passed the House by 383 to 4 Excepting five amendments of varying Importance, it was approved as requested by President Roosevelt. Three Democrats- Bailey and Terrell, of Texas and Hoeppel, of California and McFadden R) Pa, were the opposition After a bitter fight the House defeated, 133 to 78, an amendment by After fording Ridley creek and    I Editor s Note; A French pmxsen- clambering up the steep incline of an ger plane enroute from the Bland of abandoned quarry, the 'White" army Corfu to Marseilles was reported led by Battalion Captain Morton I. nriL* in* Sunday. I* was f* md in th*-Rabinovich and Lieutenant Charles Miowbc-#fi mountain* of Southern W Bauer, of Philadelphia, "destroyed" Italy jmerday Five of its pasaen-two enemy machine gun nesta and irers were dead; three were barely won the decision in a sham battle alive, having been marooned In the which featured the annual War Dc- shattered cabin five days with little partmerit inspection yesterday at food Herein Is the personal story of Pennsylvania Military College    Madame Mannie Gigaudet, one of the This annual iriapection was held survivors J simultaneously In all parts of the    - United States yesterday, to decide    MORANO Province of Calabria, which colleges are eligible to the rank Italy, April 29 -(UP) Madame "excellent” In military training, the nle Gigaudet recounted to the United highest rating within the province Press today her terrifying experiences of the War Department The ins pee- while imprisoned for five days in tile ----cabin of a wrecked hydroplane near _ ^ Continued ou Last Page the bodies of five dead companions. J Citizens of Chester and the mem- prepared at a minimum cost to th* bers of the directorate body of the school district. school district are nearing the reali-    Throughout the Fall and Winter ration of a dream which has long months. Edward Oliver, supervisor of been harbored by those interested in the mechanical department of the the physical side of the development district, with a small force of assistor school children. The realization ants, .sometimes aided by unemployed of this dream is the development of workers, under the direction of the an athletic field for school use. which city, leveled the property to proper 1—(None).    is fast nearing completion on a piece grade, using materials dug from the 2—My Couaellor, Vishnu. Lord Rag of school district property ideally excavation at the site of the new Ian. The Gen. Below Coat, Miss located for the purpose at the rear Jefleris school, and placed at their Pursy,    of the Smedley Junior High School, disposal by the contractors; as well as 3—<None>.    Seventeenth arid Upland streets other loads of earth collected by the 4—1 Nonei.    The    pre ped was inaugurated last unemployed In lot clearing projects 5—Sun Apollo, Silent <hot    year at the suggestion of the pres!- With the aid of a wall about three ti—Deedie, Broad** a* Lights, ( att ail. dent of the board. Charles P Larkin feet high constructed along the low 7—Verity Ballot. Zrmbla, Solace, My Jr with whom the other members points al the east side of the field, Fergus. Plutarch, Garlic.    of    the body heartily agreed when it Weather, clear; track, fast,    ‘was found that the field could be j    __    Continued    on Last Page - Ihe Weather Continued on Last Page j ;