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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE .NKT PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,552. Daiiv Leased Wire Recons of United Pre,** and Internationa; News Service (INSI (UP) ( HESTER, PA., TUESDAY, MARCHI 28. 1933 PRICE, TWO CENTS REPEAL MEASURE TEACHER SALARY to join capital s diplomatic set FIFTEEN DIE AS (JOES TO PINCHOT; CUTS BILL FAILS PA. BEER BILL OUT IN HOUSE VOTE McClure Plan for Coneen- Organization Leaders tion on Dry Amendment Strive to Save Act. Con- Awaits Disposition sidered Unfair “Coalition" Regulations on Rep. Ellwood J. Turner 3.2 P.C. Beverage Makes Argued Slashes, Would Appearance Today HARRISBURG. Pa.. March 28— (UP)—The coalition bilk to make beer licenses ‘‘as readily available as Keep Schools Open HARRISBURG. March 28 The House early today defeated legislation to permit reduction in teachers' automobile licenses" in Pennsylvania salaries was introduced in the House    of    the    The bill, one of six sponsored ny Stale Legislature today by Rep Representative Thomas B Wilson, James .McClure, Allegheny.    McKean, was beaten. 88 to 113. The bills written by Attorney    Gen-    With the completion of the roll oral Schnader provided licenses be call, however, Wilson and other sup-issued bv the State Department of por.ers of the emergency school Revenue and provided for a State tax measures prepared for a new fight of $2.48 per barrel.    Before the result was announced Wilson officially changed his vote HARRISBURG, Pa., March 28- from “aye” to “no." Several others (UP)—Legislative leaders failed to followed. reach an agreement today with Gov- The action paves the way for re-rrnor Pinchot on the "coalition" beer consideration of the vote, control bill to be introduced in the Simultaneously Wilson asked and General Assembly later in the day obtained postponement of final vote The Governor talked the proposed on the other five school bills. bill over with a group of 25 mem- Wilson came to Harrisburg against hers of the House and Senate.    a physician's orders to lead the fight He claimed no effort was made to for the measures which supplant the roach a “definite agreement" but he proposed new school code. Barely , admitted some of the conferees had able to speak above a whisper, lie j disagreed with the provisions of the took the floor to call up the bill per-measure Attorney General William mining reductions in teachers’ sala- j Schnader had drawn up.    ries. The Governor plans to regulate the He chose this measure rather than j sale of beer in the State on two one which preceded it on the calendar bases, “No saloons and no politics.” and providing for elimination of dis- ! "Certain of the members were em- tricts of less than 1000 population, phatically in favor of putting beer it was indicated the redistricting bill back into politics. Pi aw ckisiifx <PA TS Y D MMI TO, BEER WUNG ASTON BARON, ‘WIPED OUT’BY 12 Passengers and C rew of 3 Were Flying From Brussels to London Some lump and Hit Earth as a Plummet; Machine of Huge Type ,    ...    ...    Soon    to join Washington’s diplomatic and social circles are Andre Le- ( ei ain oi lids facing more general opposition, nngh feVre de Laboulaye. the new French ambassador to the United States, and were against I . I shad mention no be deferred until today.    members of his family, shown here in their home in Paris, franc'’, following names, the Governor said after the Explaining the first rn east! to ca led Laj,oulaye’s appointment. In the foreground, left to right, are <v.» daughter action. Wilson said lt^ perm! s ^rrs ,\gnes and Marie Theresa, and their mother. Standing in the rear, conference. He revealed that beer licenses, un- districts to reduce teachers’ salaries der the coalition plan, will be as easy: IO per cent. and allows further roto get as “automobile licenses," that ductions with the approval of the tax moneys will go to the State and State Superintendent of Public In- -; st ruction. Continued on Page Ten He said the latter provision was inserted to enable finally hard-pressed PINCHOT ATTACKS districts to balance their budgets on reduced revenue and “place their house in order." Representative John C Hermansen, Luzerne, Republican, opposed the measure, declaring “a wrong proce- D IX MU DE, Belgium, March 28— (UP*—A trl-motored British Im-1 perial Airways mail plane the City of I Liverpool, from Berlin to London, I via Cologne, crashed in flames today I near a village north of here. Fifteen aboard were killed. The huge trl-motored craft left | Hnran Field. Brussels, at 1.36 p. in., carrying twelve passengers and a crew of three, including a pilot me- j i chaine and radio operator. As the plane roared in a heavy storm, peasants in the field noticed it was in difficulty. When less than two miles from Dlxmude, the ship began to lose altitude speedily. One person was seen to jump from the descending plane with a pnra-j chute. The parachute tailed to open and the victim plunged like a plummet j to death. .Shortly afterward, the plane fell j to earth with a terrific crash. Peasants from the surrounding countryside rushed to the scene, while ambulances carrying doctors ; and nurses were sent out from Dlx- ; mude.    ...    „    ..    ,    ^ The plane was one of the giant I    dent    of    Hie    chapter.    I>r    (    artus craft, equipped with engines develop- I    Howard    Springer    will    address    the mg a total of 1,200 horsepower, used I meeting. for regular service between London!* — and other continental cities. The crash occurred a little over an hour after the plane set out from GUNMEN NEAR HOME GANGSTERS* \ IC I LM Seventh Ward Italian, For Years Engaged in Distribution of Beer to Dealers, Shot Down As He Conversed With Son in Front of Apartment House at Third and Kerlin Streets Last Night - ASSEMBLY LAXITY House; Talbot Relief Bill Now in Senate HARRISBURG. Pa . March 28— • UP) Governor Pinchot s latest at- (jure js being pursued bv the promot tack on State Legislature activity : Prs of this biH „ Ho predicted passage compared its work to that of Con- 10f ^be measure w’ould be "the begin-gross and found the State lawmakers ; ning of a general reduction for the lacking.    I laboring classes." “In Washington the political lead- . Representative Albert L. O'Connor, ers are forgetting everything but the ! Cambria Democrat, joined the attack. needs of the people.    Hp contended the bill would take “In Harrisburg the regular political from the local communities the right supported bv Democrats laboi mein SH :!? run ,hflr 0WT *<*“!?•. He.!W bm and    Republica,, Francois, a son, and Ambassador Laboulaye, Brussels ’I’h? plane burst Into flames as it crashed. Peasants and rural Gendarmes from a nearby village managed to reach the blazing craft in time to extricate the charred bodies of the pilot, mechanic and four pas- _ I      I    stingers, including one woman. The ....    ~    beat of the flames drove them bark Narc Followers AV iii in Arrangements Complete before they could continue the »    ‘    ,    L1 . m* i : search.     MBL    L ___________________ .. __________________ IOT the Sessions Mark- There were no Americans aboard surly Pasquale D’Arnato leaving this j baron. His estate is said to include the plane, according to first reports; Vftle of tears in a big hurry.    la $20,000 insurance policy with a here The passengers were identified; “Patsy" was typical of the prohibl- j double indemnity clause. POINT GAINED IN LOCAL EDUCATORS AGE PENSION TILT AMONG SPEAKERS Occupant of Green Sedan Opens Fire With Sawed-off Shotgun as Vehicle Cruised Slowly Past Corner Victim, With Many Slugs in Body, Dies IS Minutes Later in the Chester Hospital A lO-giuijfo sawed-off shotgun in the hands of a beer '‘mob’ barked a requiem for (’heater’s beer baron. Pasqual® “Patsy” I)’A mate, last night. And today no progress has been made as to the identity of his slayers or whence they came or where they went. I he man, who rose from a small-time bootlegger to a Czar among boer runners in this section, was slain in sight of his son, Arthur, as he stood near his apartment building on the southwest corner of Third and Kerlin streets. Seventeen slugs, ten of which pierced his body, found their mark. “They got mc! They got me!** were the last and only words I)’Amato uttered before lapsing into unconsciousness. He died 15 minutes later in the Chester Hospital. City and county police are still scratching their heads and wondering who are the murderers and why “Patsy" was rubbed out. They can't believe it was on account of a beer battle, with legalized beer so close at hand. Assistant District Attorney William B. McClenachan, Jr., took The price of beer went up last night found "Patsy" with a roll of money charge of the probe and worked un- I* \SQl ILF (I* \ I SY I IF WI \ I O J I GION OF HONOR MFI IS A special meeting of the Chester chapter. Legion of Honor, will be held this evening af the home of William I Zuckerman, 617 Sprout street, prest - Price    of Beer does Up 'Pa I sp’ Who Pays for “Patsy."    resembling    that of a paperhanger s Either a matter of ethics or finances (samples He prospered, bought a fine perhaps only a mixup on delly- home on Kerlin street above Third em., r< suited til the squat, .sometime and became Cheater's best known beer ing Schoolmen's Week til early this morning, with Captain Feeney and county sleuths, seeking a clue. Relatives, who have been questioned, are close-mouthed and profess ignorance about the whole affair. Employes of the beer king a: eight Britons, three Germans ami (ion era of these United States. Foi-j Several years ago, a group of Fed- fled soon after the gun-play, prob- HARRISBURG, Pa , March 28-tUPt- Legislative followers of William S. Yare, Philadelphia leader. David A. Ward, superintendent of onc Belgian. Their names were not merly a shipyard guard, lie early oral agents, headed by Major Turner, Chester sch<jols, James I., Rankin,    bnmediately available member of the Chester school board.    Witnesses of Hie crash    differed in    ning    -------- -------,    ------- and Carl Lech up rintcndent of    their version as to how the disaster!    He    started out    in    a    minor    way, with    and after    confiscating    the    equipment,    nome    at    315 Kerlin    street,    was    stand- schools in Delaware* county, will take    9cr,trred. some .saving the    plane burst    plenty    of    competition.    He    tusked    no    sent    IF Amato    to    police    headquarters 1    inK    at    Third    and    Kerlin    streets    talk- sensed the easy profits of beer-run- ; raided “Patsy’s” bottling establishment at Third and Kerlin streets. ably fearing a similar fate They were still in hiding this morning. I) Amato, who lived in an or na ta an active part in the program at the political advantage. And that’s the    j the state superintendent    would be- difference," Pinchot said.    come "the sole dictator of    the school i-------— -■*    ...........- In three weeks, he said. Congress system when the schools cannot meet in a bitter battle over old age pen- nf    I,    pinnal. ,«io has passed much beneficial legisia-    : their obligations."    .    .Mons in the    House    of    the State 2nA, I a Ii i J finn.    i The Republican Organization sent Legislature.    m!    pIXJt    , In 12 weeks the State I egislature    one of its representatives to    the as-    The point at issue was    the dis-    x    “    i    a    1 i ■ has passed “a few bills dealing with    sis ta nee of the bill. Representative    charge of the committee on consti- such monumental and overshadow-    Ellwood J. Turner, Delaware    county,    | tutional amendments from    further ing problems as the validation of de-    with whom Wilson had held    several    consideration of the Sowers    amend- fective deeds, the returns to be filed conferences, rose to defend it.    ments permitting states and counties by constables in fourth class coun- : Turner argurd the reductions per- to appropriate for old age pensions ties, and the regulation of price dis-    mitted by the measure will    help keep    and    mothers’    assistance. into flames while still in the air. OIE MEN DISAGREE ON TRADE PROGRAM WASHINGTON, March 28 GJP) — quarte! gave none. Gradually he pending his making arrangements to big to Ina son Arthur and another was given the selling rights to the obtain bond for his appearance be- boy when a dark colored Chrysler leading speakeasies and clubs of the fore (he U. S. Commissioner in Phil- sedan came slowly up Third street. city His territory grew and grew until he uh . Czar of the section east of Kerlin street. Later tins territory expanded. With the amber stream with which State officials and major and inde- h,. Hooded the city, there came a flow schools from closing. play signs at gasoline stations. “In other words in 12 weeks the Pennsylvania Legislature has not enacted legislation equal to one-half of one per cent, of what Congress has done in three," read the text of the speech. COURT DISMISSES IM,KAS FOR PAROLES A motion for a new trial for Magistrate Joseph H. Czekay, of Chester township; Constable Frank Platt, of ligious worker, was recently ousted of school financing at a group conference of school directors in Houston Hall on the University,    . , ,,    .    .....    .    ,    ,    ..    _    .. cample af 2 o'clock Wednesday after- Pr,ulon! 011 producers failed to reach of gold. Collection time on Mondays noon, March 20. and Dr.‘ward will an agreement today on a definite | . preside at a conference on Democ- i Pr,°?r?,*n for stabilization and icha bullation of the oil industry. adrlphia, where he later wa*, freed. I ln (be direction of Market street, The late “Mickey" Bradley was on, shortly before lo o’clock duty as turnkey at headquarters when D’Ama to was ushered in. Patsy,'' neatly attired, and plainly Continued on Page Ten As the ear approached, the boys walked towards D’Amato's automobile. EVIDENCE LA (KING; SUSPECT RELEASED Ernest Kihlberg, 62. of New’ York City, who was arrested here Sunday afternoon on suspicion of enticing minors for immoral purposes, was dis- heaying before Magistrate Honan in police court today. Kihlberg, who claims to be a re- noon. On Thursday afternoon, at 130 the state bill was 129 to 63. supporting Rep. Clinton Sowers. Philadelphia. Immediately a rising vote j was taken on the affecting the count the result showed the Sowers* motion. The negative . , vote was not taken.    the schoolmen. Followers of former U. S. Senator Ali sessions of Schoolmen's Week Joseph Grundy and Republican    will he held ax JO.ut m-eiings with £hfigged ^heji arraigned for continued organization “regulars" fought the    the Southeastern Convention District ... actjcn Qf the Vare f0rces    of the Pennsylvania State Education Sowers, in one of the briefest    Association, and an attendance of .speeches he has ever made, urged    more than 5.000 persons interested members to “take their stand with    in various phases of educational FIVE YOUNG MEN K£.rS    AWAITSEN™ 129*!i    Pennsylvania    v    id    be    corned    by    coff    not    Jpprove    a    pro-    plead    Guilty    If)    (’Marcos The vote on th* motion affecting racv and Education to be held in ‘    ,    nr uu 1 musuy. ^ tfn(A khi IV Too11?,    Houston    Hall    at    4    o'clock    that after- Whrn tho h°ur arrived for IS rep- resentatives of the three groups assembled here for conferences on the posed plan without further study. by supporting his motions. The com- The program WMH consist of nearly jn Springtime Ridley township; Constable Shirley from a religious organization in New couraee-. in favor of 0,d aup nPnslons activity is expected O'Brien of Tinicum township and York. police learned, because of his hl. tlILtmff h,c    ^    L    Th.'nmJm    wii Special Deputy Sheriff William Ser- J actions. The man is said to be men-vQss, of Eddystone, was dismissed to- tally deficient. He was ordered to day by Judges Norman J’. Boose, of leave the city immediately. Somerset county, and Albert Dutton Thos. H. Higgins Married; Hospital Patient Same Name :i nj es of Robbery; Parents Are Addressed by Court Five souths, all under 20 years of PAY CUT ACCEPTED Continued on Page Ten SEEKS DIVORC E FROM EGYPTIAN HUSBAND Formal Action Is Taken at Meeting Held by School Directors MacDade. The four men were convicted in January on charges of extortion, conspiracy and misbehavior in office. •They were again convicted in October of the same charges, but were granted 9 new trial. • The main contention set forth by nri,p«£,ht„r the petitioners was, that the assistant Pnzcn*nier MICKEY WALK FR SUED LOS ANGELES. March 28~ -<UD — Accusing Mickey Walker, the Rumson, N J., “bulldog.” of striking her w’hile he was allegedly intoxicated. Mrs. Genevieve E. Topalian, 24. of 30 Amherst avenue, Swarthmore, has started divorce proceedings at Media, against Hagop Dearene Topalian, 36, of Cairo. Egypt, charging him with cruel and barbarous treatment and indignities to the person. Tile libel, filed by Joseph A Rayville, attorney for    Mrs. Topalian sets forth that they    were married in ----- j    paris, on September 14,    1928, at which Formal acceptance    of (he decision    I    Rote the libellant wits    a resident of age,    sat    before    Judge    W.    Roger Krone-    j    of    the teachers of the    Chester schools    I    R°*e*nont. this county,    and Topalian field    at    Media    yesterday,    and pleaded    j    to    take an additional salary cut by    I    marrfage^they went ‘to^Egypt to lRe! rime o    von mr man’s    charges    of    breaking    and    en-    I    contribution, which was adopted at According to the petition, Mrs! mittee has had the amendments ince one hundred group confr-rent- dr rn- thoutrhfT torii to    ani    «,.V    in    wi,h    intent    to    steal,    conspiracy    a recent, meeting of the Cheater Topalian accuses    her husband of oust rat ion    Irs: .ohs, psychological ,t ,'r th....    '    *    ‘    j    an<* larceny. After questioning each J 'reachers* Association, was made last : treating her cruelly on October I, C ontinued on Pace Ten clinics and cern -al sr s.sioiv the ma- . 11    ,    1    ,,    ,    one carefully as the his home nu don Page Ten clinics and    .g    n    1^    A    couple^    partly    |    Judgr    Froneficld    spoke    |    regular .session held rn the    tinned    I Pennsylvania choolmen wa    d    by rhich ill lrst the nue the GENERALLY LAIR WEATHER FOR TODAY tors in Hous Group confr o’clock on the u •    i . j Generally fair is the prediction In .    „ Mayb lie F, .stepheix today had filed Eastern pennsylvania, New- Jersey, day, Marcn 2 1 L°Y.S10-175 damaKps a*alnst thp Delaware and Maryland. It will be Pr°Kram’ and district attorney, in his argument to the jury, had used inflammatory and detrimental remarks, but to this the colder tonight, and fair and colder    at    a ( ADET BRF AKS ANKLE j here tomorrow. i The highest temperature here yes-Cadet Frank More, who recently i terday was 48 degrees, at 4 :45 p. rn judges did    not    agree,    the    decision    sets    fractured his left ankle while prac- and the lowest was 39, at 12:10 a. rn* forth.    tieing on the basketball floor at The average of 44 was normal for the All four    will    appear    Friday    for sen-    pennsylvania Military College is date but six degrees below the avcr- trnce.    show-ing a lot of improvement in the i age March 27 last year. Maximum ness meeting ll o'clock on , h('1 , r:    Eugenia M. McMurray, and her ag.- regularly in the evenings; betw JPmrrlav LcLirl*    iS 29‘ °f thia cliy- Her hubby-to-bf’ 14 and 16 they get into trouble; gave his name and age as Thomas H and 18, they come before me in cc olm carefully a , the his home liq-and night by the school directors at a j 1928, two weeks after the marriage^ This continued, she avers, until O' tober 13. 1931, when they separated. WOMAN DIES AT 105 SCRANTON. Pa., March 28—< UP) —Mrs. I.oraney R. Rice. 105. believed to be Lackawanna county's oldest) resident, died at the home of her em ; pay for the last two weeks of the ' son* WrorR<* Rlce Taylor borough. Mrs. Rice was born in Fen Yan, New York. BAN ON PARKING WOMAN DYING OF STAB WOUNDS Margaret Boddv, 24. Negro, of 113 Bradley street, is reported dying in the Chester Hospital, of stab wounds in the stomach, and her common-law husband. Roscoe Crockett. 28, is being detained by police, pending the outcome of the woman's injuries. The stabbing took place in front of the Bradley street address last night. Both participants used knives, police say. Crockett appeared in police court with a large bandage covering his left chin. Margaret Wilson, 23, of the same address, who witnessed the brawl, bs also being held as a material witness. ASKS FOR STATUTES ON BANK VIOLATIONS WASHINGTON. March 28 UP>~ The Senate Banking and Currency Committee voted today to request Attorney General Cumming* to submit a compilation of penal statutes to which treasury, federal reserve, national banks officials and others are liable for violation of federal bank regulations. cadet hospital. More is one of the star passers on the P. M C. freshman five found GUILTY ON SEVEN COUNTS HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY B» United Press) temperature for the date is 83, established in 1921, and minimum 21, in 1894. Sunrise today was at 5:51 a rn , and sunset will be at 6 21 p. nu, Eastern Standard Time. INC OME ADJUSTMENT s WASHINGTON, March 28 <INS; —Adjustments of income and estate tax announced by the Internal Rev-i enue Bureau today included Estate of Henry F Mitchell, of Philadelphia. $103,487. Estate of Samuel Rea of Philadelphia. $46 048 IL S. JOBLESS BILL MAY DASS TODAY Measure Creating 250,OOO 17 ; current term will be retained, which , ...    ,    y    come    berore    me    in    court    j will in fact amount to about a IO Higgins, 60, of this city. The latter and by the time they are 20 they are per rent reduction In the letter of -    -    name' is the same ax that of a In the penitentiary."    acceptance, (he members of the Police of the traffic division arc en- journalist who publishes a weekly In On February 26, these five troys Teachers' Arsonation asked for some this city.    i gathered at a favorite lounging place, changes from the present system of To complicate the situation. Thomas (the corner of Twenty-fifth and payday* Regarding the latter item H Higgins, 60. of 521 Welsh street, Morton streets, In Philadelphia, One the matter was referred to the teach-was admitted to the Chester Hospital had “borrowed" his father’s car. two rrs* committer of the school board I INN I ELNK IN BRUSSELS BRUSSELS, Belgium, March 28— (UP)-—Professor Albert Einstein and Frau Einstein arrived today from their American visit. The professor long been in ; aiding, It has been yesterday morning at 12.30 o’clock j were under the influence of liquor and j for consideration. The leVter w'as rSghti™bJ-auui^of Hie* "bad ^new? forcing an ordinance against parking in Worn! street, a small alley in the rear of the Y, M. C. A. building, where, although the ordinance has regularly disregarded by motorists. A sign prohibiting parking in the and was listed He wax docketed .street at any by the pollee ha ailment as a surgical case, j their destination was nowhere In par- ; signed by Miss Florence Williams, r™ Germany I as “married" and Mtcular They finished up (lie evening president of the association,    ninny. been placed his wife s name was given as Mrs. by robbing an A and P. store on the Jean Higgins. corner of Penn boulevard and Baltimore pike, East Lansdowne. The New Act Concerning Veterans Explained u. s. Continued on Page Ten TREASURY BALANI I pre: Acceptance was made to be effective for the present term with a single pay day for June on the twenty-first arid with the state retirement fund pay for the whole month to be made on the single pay day basis I opicsof I imes We just learned that President Roosevelt    used four pens to sign    the Payment of    $1633 43 to John    Wana-    beer bill.    Probably afraid that    one maker, of Philadelphia, was author- j might run dry. ired ax fifty    per    cent, of the total payment for    the    furnishings    In the I Judging    from the way the adminis- Since the passage of the President’s economy bill, which effects veterans drawing p'.-ruons and disabilities, the offices of the Home Service Section of the Che.* can Red Cr well as dependent mothers and fathers. of any person who dies as a result of disease or    injury incurred or aggravated in Hie    line of duty in the active military or    naval service. The r Chapter    of    the    Amen-    widow or child of    any deceased pcr- havr been    besieged    by    son who served in    the active naval or numbers of veterans each day, who military service during the 8j*.mlsh-rcquest all manner of information re- American War, including the Boxer Tusks Beintf Bushed in ’ • '*• ’    !    tneir    Rebellion and the Philippine Insur- Senatc and disabilities X*.,- ..jai N ORM AN BAILLIE - STE WA R T TROPICAL PARK SCRATCHES LONDON. March 28—< UP'—Lieut Norman Bailhe-Stewart, 24, of the .    _ _    .    Benorth Highlanders,    was found not I    R. K.    furl,    All    Flay,    Inmbereau,    guilty of three of the Un charges letrarchai.    against him today bv    a court-mar- 2rKflles    Last,    Irish    Image,    If    Ida.    rial which tried him    for allegedly Sun Dora. Our One. Ever There. 3—Bandora, Golden Effort. 4— None i. 5—>\one), 6—Plutarch, Flower Day, Mahomet. 7—Buzzy Boo, Weather clear, trark fast. military betraying his country’s secrets to a German agent In accordance with court-martial on expenditures procedure it was understood he w’as held 'guilty on the other seven counts Sentence wall be pronounced later WASHINGTON, March 28 UP> The Senate today began formal consideration of the Roosevelt reforestation plan while a companion unemployment relief project—the Wagner $500,000,000 plan for direct relie grants to states—received the approval of the Senate Banking and Currency Committee Passage of the reforestation bill was expected within a few hours. In approving the Wagner bill, the committee included a restriction that not more than 15 per cent. of the new funds may be granted to any one state As its first action on the reforestation bill, the Senate accepted a rider removing the is per cent, limitation f unemployment relief funds from the sum appropriated iast year. The action was taken to minis zor pens The local headquarters of the Red Cross, in the De sh orig Mansion, Tenth street and Edgmont avenue, has been supplied with a resume of the context of the act as it affects the veterans, so that they may be able to supply those who inquire with the proper information. In the bulletins received from the national head-f quarters, a brief outline of those who will continue to receive pensions will be as follows: Any person who served in the ac- rection In provisions relating to World War service, the date of November ll. 1918, will Ix* used ax the official closing of the war activities. Under the new arrangements, the minimum and maximum monthly WASHINGTON, March 28 < INS) Treasury balance ax of March 25, 085*509‘*custonui reefuon' $13^212^446^22* ie fines School. Payment of $451.30! tratlon has been going, this years ’    A    P    ’    I    -     I    Easter    bunny is going to be pulled out Continued on Page Ten a *iat’ HEAD (IB <11 VII AV *    Foreign    trade    may    be    slack, but 1 OU is da I    several    big    schooners    are    due    here    on SCHOOL A SKK IDK    Apm    7 - I    Hitler    says    he    will    give    full    co-op- LANSDALE. Pa. March 28 (INS) rra,lon to the Olympic Games in 1936 Despondent over unemployment, m Berlin Probably the biggest event #    ,    William    H Anders, 51, superintendent    chucking the treaty. crud in Protest Meetings (be Lansdale schw*unfolder sun- , ti..ii it    ! day school, ended ids life early today — Hit ICT Still Busy    i by hanging himself in the garage of j his brother. John. s.11 w vap v Mitch “R ifTPi Tri Ander used the tailboard ’hail) of "    bis brother's truck to end his life. He had been formerly employed by an JEWS OF NATION RAP NAZI’S ACTS Million East Night Gath- Government economy continues to be a “pain In Hie neck" to some of our illustrious congressmen. ( ontinufd on Page Ten rat ex for pensions, which may be paid    estimated    to    number    more    than    tiring for disabilities and death, will be aal 1.000,000 gathered last night to pro- “Jgjj8 manufacturing follows For disability, from $6 to test against reported an ti-semi Mc ac-1 %T75; for death, from $12 to $75. : (ions of the Hitler government of Three distinct types of allowances will Germany. be paid and scaled under the new Heading the demonstrations was a pension plan as follows:    Disabilities    great gathering in New York, which and deaths resulting from disease, or was addressed by Catholic and Prot-military or naval service and injury incurred, or aggravated in iine extant leaders ax well ax by Jews. who w disabled ax a result of dis- of duty in wartime service. Dlxabili- More than 20.000 persons crowded ease, or injury, or aggravation of a tics and deaths resulting from dis- Madison Square Garden to protest pre-existing disease or injury incurred ease or injury incurred or aggravated (be Hitler policies, and at least 35,-in line of duty in such service.    in line of duty in peacetime service OOO more were turned away. Persons who served in th** active Disabilities and deaths not incurred This persecution mast be “dragged military or naval service during the in service    out into the open sunlight and given Detailed instructions regarding the (be same treatment we gave the Ku means to be used in determining the Klux Klan." Alfred E Smith shouted new ratings have been placed in the to the Madison Square Garden meet-handx of the officials of the local I hut Home Service Section, and veterans 1 'Iliroughout the .speeches th“re was the President may reduce the rate of1 of all wars can receive details there, constant emphasis upon the impor- the pension as he may deem proper which will be direct from the Vet- f     — Widows or children may benefit, as erans’ Bureau in Washington,    *    Continued    on    Page    Ten Former Insult stockholders turn in a ton of securities, hoping to realize something on their claims. Guilt- firm at edged securities, at that. Spam, lr-American War. including the Boxer Rebellion and th*' Philippine incurrection, or the World War, and who is permanently disabled as a r*“ ult of injury or disease however. Bill Asks $200,000 F or Chester Hospital HARRISBURG. March 28 -INS* Senator John J McClure, if Delaware county, had a bill in Senate Committee today appropriating $200 000 to the Chester Hospital, Chester. Another bill, introduced by the Senator, would establish as a •tate highway a section of Flower street, beginning at the intcrsec-lon of Concord road. Chester, and binning to a point at the city lne. rho Weather WASHINGTON, March 28—(UP) — Forecast for tonight and Wednesday: Eastern Pennsylvania: lair tonight and Wednesday; colder tonight and In southeast portion Wednesday, Western Pennsylvania: Pair tonight and Wednesday; colder tonight. New Jersey: I air and colder tonight and Wednesday, I OD \Y’S TEMPI R ATI RES 6 a.    m 38    ll a    m. 52 7 a.    rn......38    Noon ........ 54 8 a.    rn. ..... 44    ip.    m.  .....52 9 a    in 46    2 p    rn.......52 IO a    rn 48 ;