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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,108 r FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.554. Da'lv Le s«?:l Wire Reports of United Pres* (UP) and International Nev* Service (INS • CHESTER, PA.. THURSDAY, MARCH W, 1033 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS EX-KAISER’S LATEST PHOTO A. R. GRANGER SEES BIG CHANGE Electric Co. Official Declares Optimism Nov. Is Just i fieri BEER'S RETURN ENGLAND CALLS HOME ITS ENVOY FROM RUSSIA Told to Return to London to Discuss Relations Over Soviet Arrests Sir Esmond Leaves nijrht; Seen Not tidally Withdrawn MOSCOW, March 30— (UP)- -Sir Esmond Ovey, British Ambassador to Moscow, was summoned to London today. Thr ambassador will leave the Soviet capital tonight. His return was in connection with the Soviet’s refusal to release British engineers facing trial on charges of sabotage. Foreign Minister Maxim kit vino® warned yesterday that the Russian Government would brook no '‘coercion1’ in the affair. Sir Esmond's recall to London followed startlingly soon after an official rebuff yesterday to strong British diplomatic representations demanding tile release of three British subjects who are to face trial on charges of obstructing public work. The three engineers are representatives of the Metropolitan Vickers firm. Litvinoff yesterday told the British Ambassador that any attempt to in-    „    . .    .    „ Alienee the Soviet's course of action \ portrait of former Kaiser Villi I r, ut Germany, ana his hup, Ft .is was unless because the trial already ((ermine, made a caup!" et we'■Us .50 at their home in Doom, Unhand, had been determined upon and was show* the former ruler arrayed in h. . most resplendent uniform, whic h rein-' vocable    calls the days when he wa-' the great European war lord. With the tis.'' of The SOV)-' minister also said the Chancellor Adolf Hitler to dictatorial power in the Fatherland, Wilhelm see government had ample evidence of hope that the country .an be educated into a return to a monarchy. sabotage to justify holding the ac- j .............................................. cused men. LONDON, March 30—(UP)—The British Foreign Office today confirmed that it has instructed Sir Esmond Ovey, British Ambassador to Moscow, to come to England for a consultation. It was emphasized by high authorities that Ovcy’s return was solely to discuss his personal report of the strained situation between the two governments, and that the ambassador has not been officially withdrawn. Sir John Simon, foreign secretary, informed the House of Commons today, of the fact. Meantime, Simon said he would defer further announcements on the dispute with Russia over detention of British subjects on sabotage charges. *    % Sir Alfred Knox, Conservative, asked: “Will the Foreign Secretary consider placing an embargo against exports from Russia?'* “I am sure the House will agree.'’ Sir John replied, "that in view of the fact our Ambassador, who is our adviser on the spot, is on the way home, it is surely right we should see him.’’ Sir John told another questioner he would ask the Ambassador in Berlin to report on anti-Semitic activities. RANKIN WINS POINT IN TEACHER PAY CUTS School directors of Southeastern Pennsylvania meeting in Philadelphia in conjunction with the annual Schoolmen’s Week at the University of Pennsylvania, in resolutions today sought permission from the Legislature to reduce teachers’ salaries by five per cent, over a two-year period. They also asked for an increase in State "appropriations and waiving of the automatic salary increases under the Edmonds Act. The resolution, as proposed by James L. Rankin, member of the Chester School Board, was adopted bv a small majority. The resolution adopted asked the Legislature to pass legislation providing for increase anc! not reduction of State appropriations for th* schools, the school directors holding : that Pennsylvania is niggardly in th" proportion of school costs borne from State taxes. The State prouder for only 15 per rent of tile total, as compared with 50 per cent in Texas, for instance. VETERANS TO HOLD AN OPEN MEETING The United Spanish-Amerlcan War Veterans of Chester have planned to conduct an open meeting Monday night at their headquarters in the Nolan Building, 524 Market street A talk will be given on the legislation affecting th" Spanish-American war veterans by Past Department Commander William H Roberts, of this city, An invitation has been extended to all veterans to attend the ir.eeting. FLAMES SOON EXTINGUISHED Crews and apparatus of the Moya-mensmg Hook and Ladder Company were called out by a still alarm shortly before 8 o’clock last evening, to extinguish a fire in an automobile in front of a residence at 72 West Eighth street. Tile flames were quickly extinguished. PA. BEER BILL ON FATHER COUGHLIN SECOND READING SHAKEN BY BOMB; IN HOI SE TODAY HOME IS DAMAGED Members Said to Dc DI* Radio Priest, Two Other vidcd on Measure, in C lergyman, Escape Seri- RADIO PRIEST ESCAPES BOMB HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Rt United Pre**) AT TROPICAL PARK 1—Charles Girl, Semeter, Mae Sweep, Ch Blenny. 2—(None). 3—Starry. 4— None), 5—(None), fi—Redivivus. 7—Donie. Weather, clear; AT AGI 1—Molanch a. 2—Bennie Betty, Valley Sun. 3—Master Durhar, '‘elms Barbee, Laumaia, beano, Blunder, Terror. 4— None, 5—None. 6—El I heevito, sinner. 7—Rivhef Maeher, l arry Shot, Oblige. Favorite II. <—F'rieal Lass, Aspadnr, Moronge, Weather, clear; track, fast, Developments of recent weeks fully justify genuine optimism in every field of economics, Albert R. Granger, regional vice president, of the Philadelphia Electric Company, declared j to members of the Media Rotary Club today in urging "the return of the confident smile.’' “This is a new role for me to oe-I cupy,” he observed. "I have been here in Media many times before. I have talked about the electrical industry. I have even talked a little : Pbout how it feels to be sheriff of . an important county during a critical period in the country’s history. I talked facts then, solid filets; and I assure you I haven’t changed a bit, for I am talking facts today. "If I didn t believe this more cheerful attitude toward life I nm advocating had a base in substantial fact, I wouldn’t have either the disposition or the courage to face vou on any such proposition. Buy I feel that this time, if we don’t let the situation run away with us. we are going to see things click again. “The important thing to recognize Is that winning our way out of this depression is a matter of organization. The depression isn’t like a flood or an earthquake or some other natural disaster. It is man-made; it came from faulty functioning of the economic machine—and the machine is subject to repair. ‘‘That is the heartening fact: The depression is a thing we can do something about. “There is a flippant saying that { a specialist is a man who knows C nntinued on Page Sixteen COUNTY GETS APRIL STATE RELIEF ( ASH HARRISBURG, Pa., March 30 (UP)—The State Emergency Relief Board was called into emergency session today to consider the depletion of available State and Federal funds for relief work during April. I The Board allocated only $1,657,-1 370 for use in the 67 counties next month. All of it was Federal loan money. Governor Pinchot said that the appropriation exhausted all but $54,572 of the money the board had available. "The allocation provides enough money to last tor IO days." Pinchot said. “I don’t know what we’ll do after that is gone " Some aid was in sight for th? Legislature has pa xed a relief ap-propriation that provides $1 OOTOT) for April and the same sum for Ma x The regular Federal allocation has not yet been made There is an unexpended balance of about $1,000,000 in county grant . The April grant to Delaware county is $31 OOO ROOSEVELT NOW IN PRESS CLUB WASHINGTON, March 30 'UP' Franklin D, Roosevelt Is a report"? now At least he has the credential H" was initiated into the Na*.Ion?I Press Club at its silver jubilee banque, and was assigned to "cover’’ the Whit? House. Describing him elf as "the .twist promising rub reporter ti) it * ver cam out of Hyde Park. ' the chih charged him to “report th? detailed doings of the President.’’ TEXAS BANK ROBBED OF $15,000 CA SH KNOX CITY, Knox County Tex , March 30- <UP» A gang (>f robber. who overpowered Night Watchman J H, Finley and held him prison'*.* while thew robbed 'Iv* Citizens Eta*? Lunk here escaped today with $15 Oku in cash, FINGER AM PLT AI CII Adorn Schwartz, of 1018 Highland avenue, had a finger of his left hand sn badly crushed while working at the plant of th" Scott Paper Company last night that amputation cf th" digit was found necessary by surgeon* a’ Chester Hospital, where Schwartz was admitted for treatment. Nation Already Has Begun to Feel Boost in Kindred Lines WASHINGTON, March 30 1 UP* — Th.e American Indus'rial system has begun to feel tho effect of 3.2 per cent. beer. The Department of Commerce said today that brewers are making large purchases of passenger automobiles, motor trucks, barrels, glassware, cereals and malts. Breweries will purchase soon, according to the department. 4.590 trucks and 4,960 passenger automobiles ior us • rn their business. A total of $20,000,000 will be spent annually for maintenance. Overhauling of pi** sc ut equipment will call for an additional $6,000,000. Trade estimates to the department indicate an annual consumption of 720.000.000 bottles in connection with the sale of beer. Recent orders were large and mane small manufacturers are working on special shipments. Purchase of raw materials for use in manufacture of beer indicate an annual consumption of 2,000,000.000 'Bt pounds of malt, 167,000.000 pounds of rice, 650 000.000 pounds of com anc! corn products. 11,000,000 pounds of hops, 115.000,000 pounds of sugar and 201.000.000 pounds of grits, wheat, bran and barley. Th • depart rn nt reported that manufacturers of boxes. i-artohs and tiber board were receiving large orders anc! that new de ign refrigerators were being anticipated. KLINE EXAMINERS GET THREAT NOTES PUTS BURGH. March SO 1 UPI — Doctors J. S. Logan, H, C. Hennin-gel and H. G. SchMghtei, who examined Mayor Charles H Kline foi I hr state, have r ceivcd threatening letters, police revealed today. Th'* i, tors tim at n d ti *ath to tin phyncians ii them reports on the conal’ion of Kiln? coincided with th* reports presented by defense physicians. The letters mailed to each of the physicians were unsigned. Til* three physicians were named bv District Attorney Andrew 'I Park to examine Kline after Kline’s court -sei presented to T: I al Judge Thomas I) Finletter. Philadelphia, a report that imprisonment of Kline would be injurious to his health. ( III I >F-m NGRV THU F Fourteen boxes of cheese were stolen from 'ii? automobile of M, Maitland, 112r# M< Dowell avenue, while the vine ? was parked on Central avenue, near Fifth street, ves- im of Hie I ace of Veto Threat Talbot Relief Bill for $22,• (100,000 to Pass in Overtime Session j HARRISBURG, Pa . March 30 (UP*- Dissension developed today among th * House majority which supper eel th? Sowers-Conner beer control brl ai th? first legislative attack on th? measurer Governor Pinchot said he v\ ill vc; > Th? members that defeated a motion to send tho bill to th Wavs and Means commit ire were reported divided as the bill came up. Th" bill | passed second reading today, how-{ever, It may have more difficult i sledding on final passage. I Some favor the bill in .its present form, which provides that licenses to ! sell 3 2 beer and wines ai retail be g rued by the county courts. Another taction wants lh'* bill amended to substitute district boards nt license commissioners, appointed by Stale officials and paid $3)00 annual salaries as the licensing agency. So bitter has become th? battle and o important is the isMr that orders went out for all Philadelphia Republican members to remain here for today':; i vs; ain to vote on th* bill when it is called up and when amendments are o! fen d Democratic legislators* whose powerful aid saved the bill yesterday, were reported endorsing the plan of boards of licensure lo control the business Meantime there appeared little disposition on the part of the House Ways and Means Committee to move lo the calendar the James McClure bills which Pinchot favors, These bills provide that the State Department of Rr vt nue i. ue lh civ ,*. a ar] that permits to sell beer be "as easy Continued on Page Sixteen HIGH SCHOOL GIRL FOUND .MURDERED CHICAGO, March 30 GNS) The twisted, bullet-torn body of Violet Ganschow. 17, brunette student of Palatine High school, who had resolved to “keep away from bari company and stick to the straight path,’* was found today at the edge of the Northwest Highway, The gruesome discovery was made at dawn by a truck driver, a mile east of Palatine, where the young victim hued on Plum Grove avenue wi -h her mother, Mrs. Katherine Ganr.ehow. Mrs. Gkn.schow had gone to the high school today to learn why her daughter had been a truant since last December, GUILT PLEA ENDS HIT-RUN CASE Collingdale Man Tried on Charge of Causing Death of Neighbor Joseph E. Fink, of the 1000 block Chi taut sin *f Collingdale, who went on trial yesterday before Judge W. Roger Fronefleld, at Media, for causing th" death of J. H. Jordan, v. ho on the night of February 25, was struck by a "hit-and-run’’ driver on Clifton avenue, near Parker street, in Collingdale, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. He will be .sen-t"nccd tomorrow. On tho night in question Jordan was into his parked car from iim street when iii-' ear of a peening motorist Gnu and carried him a distance of 15 or 20 feet then ran ovn him, killing him instantly, his wife and ii year-old child witnewcd the fatality. Four days lab r Collingdale police found the cur answering the riescr.p ion of one given by eye-witnesses as the "hit-and-run’’ ear. and tracing its ownership placed Fink under ane * Three witne aes were called by the Commonwealth Ro un S. Jordan, 943 Parker avenue, Collingdale widow of the v (• rady, of Col Catherine A A* ii OU) Cr.'dv wit O' im. Ming' (, rd and h« of ti? r ii ■ R ti y vii ut * iii. ut i ii in m lertiay afternoon, the vict thief rf p >rt *d 'n police. CONGRESS PASSES JOB CAMP BILL Roosevelt Plans to Enroll 250,000 Men in Reforestation Move the road disappear, v. it ne? sc s neighbors thei as t mg p.?cin head ligh dr i s and wheel). J< Tm J St nick, Jr.. i and <’ Will th? f orrim' it ii ’I i n he one I note is, bl or muds , Catherine D. and her nudie r , all t lire? < f fats lily. Miss : told of seeing v th red wire ; nd pied down out, and soon f o ir days la'cr. garage in the Jentifted a car had I ei n, mak-nt fenders, b* ut ii; on th" furi ous Injury or Death Blast Occurs \\ it Hill Few Feet of Bed at Royal Oak, Michigan ROY AI OAK Mich . March 30 TUP) Father Charles K, Coughlin. Catholic priest and militant Fictional leader in the bitter dispute over Deficit banking difficulties, narrowly escaped serious injury or death today when a crude, home-made bomb exploded within a lew fee! of hts bori on the Inst floor He was .severely .shaken by (lie blast. The bomb, a make.sli.ift weapon, exploded, shattering w indows and awakening Coughlin and two other priests who wen* spending tire night in his home. Police .said the priests were dazed by (lie force of the blast. Detectives of tho Detroit police bombing squad and suburban police arc investigating. Tho explosion occurred at 2 a, rn., but was not revealed by police for several hours. Investigators disclosed that, the bomb was wrapped rn paper and lowered through a basement window in a cardboard box Coughlin told police he had no suspicions as to the identity of the bombers. He refused to say if he thought the bombing to be a result of hi? charges in connection with the banking sit nut ion. Police admitted they had no clues. They pursued one automobile In the vicinity .-horny after til? blast and questioned the driver, He was not detained Th? explosion, heard for several blocks, awakened the priest’* neigh- ( ontinued on Page Sixteen EX-MAYOR AY ALK FR REPORTED A FRY ILL NEW YORK, March 30 (INS)-Former Mayor James J. Walker, in | Cannes, is in seriously bad health as a result of kidney and heart compli-eat ions. He plans to leave Cannes, in the south of France, where he. Betty Compton and her mother have been wintering, for Bad Nauheim, Germany, in the belief that the famous baths may alleviate hr, condition. Dr. William H. Walker, brother of the former mayor, revealed this today when he returned to Slew York on the Rex of the Italian T me. ‘after a quick ti*!}) to see his brother, “I arn seriously alarmed over Jimmy’s health," he said. HITLERITES PUSH JEWISH BOYCOTT Formation of Committees to Manage It on Saturday, Continues BERLIN, March 30— (UP) A second conflict between Nazi Brown Shirts and the Steel Helmets (German war veterans) was reported teds v in the Palantmate, where Hitlerite Hoops arrested several Steel Helmet leaders and raided labor camps at Galterswoog and Germershelm. The raids parallel recent activities of tho storm troop* is in Brunswick, where the Steel Helmet organization was accused of acc* pting Socialists in nu mbership. Blown Shirts (lese ruled on Steel Helmet headquarters in Speyer, Bavaria, and ill Bweibruecim, Bel Isl and and I andsluhl, in th? Palatinate, and made arrests I Tic new raid w< i <• in p n d by the Hitler press, which charged the Pastinas* Steel Helmet organization with jcceiving masses of former Marxist Socialists Into membership in piep-nration to:- ;t counter-revolt again.'* the i AMT US. I ormation of t he co',< t nmcnl ; committer to nianagr th" anti-Jew-ish boycott, effective at fit a. in. Saturday, continued today. A nation I boycott committee at Munich headed by Nazi D puty Joseph St rf a bel Th? wave of nationalism that has swept Germany in recent days was i mphasized by reports from Kaiser-! ■faunun, In the Palatinate, where an < ontinued on Page .sixteen GETS STATE PERMIT BONDING CD. EDR RAMSEY CHARGES COUNTY GUILTY Rev. Charles F. Coughlin, rector of Suburban church, at Royal Oak, Mich., was near death early lins morning when a bomb exploded in the htlsement of his home. Ile was uninjured. STATE BANKS’ENI) BILL PROVIDES ‘HOME RULE’ FOR SUNDAY SPORTS Conferees Report Compro-lii! o Measure for Quick Action TO SENATE GROUP Reserve Board (Olincl Says ( (ingress < ’an < IniiT Si nu Ie System National Commercial Blan Proposal Goes to Flecto* Would Others Exclude All the WASHINGTON, March 30 GNS) Interpreted aa lh? deal h-kn?ll of the ..tate banking system, the Federal if cm ive Board today issued an (.pinion by Walter Wyatt, its general counsel, holding Congee*-*.* has lh constitutional authority to establish a .single national commercial banking cm. The opinion, which was submitted fi) tit" .Senate banking and currency committee, cited many decisions of the Supreme,Court which would permit Congress to confine commercial banking to a national Kvstem to the CX' It’.' ton hf t he .state batiks. Federal Reserve Hoard member; were ii**id to be of the opinion that "tile i st a bl: him lit of a mull' 'I : vs-tem of banking under national Mite r-vtalon ta essential to fundamental bailli mg * ( lorm ’* Tile ruling laid down the following pron i a rn to establish a single banking ay) tem; I lo restrict lh? bus In of re reiving deposits subject to withdrawal bv (heck to nal Iona I ba uhs and I lie re bv lo subject all rommrmal hanking business to national regulation and supervision. A prohibition acainst tie* receipt of elf po Ms subject lo wit bdl a val by (heck except bv banks organized under the laws of til? United .Stair 3 A prohibit ion ag.'ne t any bank organized under Federal law making Continued on Page Sixteen HEU) KOR HEARING BEFORE .MAGISTRATE ( hat qed Wit I) !lie theft of a - ult of clot hing ft oui Hie home of a eom-ljai)ion, Joseph Alexander. 2D .Negro of Third street near Flown Eire"!, % h arrested yesterday on a v. ar-i ad and is being dr* wined fit pollee .Galion pending a hearing in th" of- : flee of Magistrate Michael A. Honan tonight. 'I tie only Ot bet pi mom t to fin •* ' lie commuting magistrate this morning was Charles Rad is.*. 32, < f Philadrl- rut<* in November; .Municipalities Decide* HARRISBURG. Pa., March 30— >Uf*> The joint legislative coulerrrs Oil Sunday blueball and tnotball today reported to the House a compromis* on the Munday - pot is bill which would provide for "home rule". Under the proposal, the question of .Sunday sport* would be submitted to the electorate In November and each municipality would be governed by the result of the vote. Complete regulation of Sunday bas! hall and football, lo be played only bet wee a the hours of 2 and ti p. in. would be vested with local gov-ei nim nt*. The report limit.* the maximum 11-crnae to $ >0 for I'biladelphia; $25 for Scranton and Pitt burgh; $5 for third-class cities and $1 for boro uglis and townships. I h • confeiecs report differs from the original bdl a passed by the Home and amended in the Senate, in that it provides to local option on Sabbath games Instead of authorizing a stab -wide referendum on the rub j( ct Rep Schwartz, Philadelphia, told the home that the change* reported “were the absolute maximum" and that under th? c oinpromjtac each municipality could fix the fee at any amount, or nothing, under the top price. 'Die conferee* agreed (hat full power must !>'■ given localities to designate when contests may be held, I hoi i bv .safeguarding the rights of plar es of worship The report will come before the noire for action during its session next week. BANKING BILL LR FOR FIRST READING Petit i n n Says Officials AA ere Party to Illegal Acts Request? Jury Trial to Submit Defense; (ase I p April 8 The bait!? between thr County of Delaware and the American Surety Company, tile surety on ti*.? boud of . William T. Ramsey, defaulting County . Tax Collector for th? City of Cires-’ tor. promise;, to develop on? of th? most sensational legal contests of t he cm rent year. The American Surety Company was Ramsey s bondsman not only for > the year 1931. in which year th? county asserta that Mr Ramsey s defaults amounted to $239,161 88. of , which amount only $204,380,23 can be claimed against, th? bondsman; but also was on hts bond for the year 1230, for which year the county now claims a default of $29,076.15, After judgment was entered on th? boud for 1931, and the county maria its chum against, the bonding company for the full amount for which they had become surety, the bonding company filed a petition to open this lodgment, which petition is part of tile records of the ease. An answer fi* the petition was filed bv Die present County Commissioners, Charles it Drew’es, c. Edwin Hunter, and James F. Desmond, The rase was ' ! for hearing on last March 15. but was continued, owing to the engagement, of .some of the attorneys. Th* ca e will lie heard on April 3. The petition of the bonding company set out several defenses the first of which is that Ramsey col-; lect rd and paid over to the county on (he lf)31 duplicate $188.769 42 and was entitled to further credit for discounts, commissions, exonerations, and Urns amounting to $61,097.49; and further claims a credit of $10.-276 68 lot* penalties illegally charged against the collector. The county’s answer to this proposition Is that they hare no knowledge whether such averments an* true, because Ramsey I did not make any report to the county Treasurer .showing that he had collected such .Minus or had been entitled lo some of the credits j claimed, The bonding company further al- C’nntlnued on Page MiMcen NFM RULING AFFECTS TRUC K OWNERS A new ruling, which affects motor (tuck owners operating either in or from Philadelphia* or Pittsburgh was supported by a State Public Service Commission order today. After April 30, truckers will not be IH I milted to operate in or from either of these cities until they procure a certificate Heretofore, the beginning of operations was permitted as awn ;is the applications were filed. Truckers who did not hold a certificate were permitted to continue business providing they applied for tire certificate. ASSEMBLY IN RECESS HARRISBURG, Pit, March 30-(UP> The House of the Pennsylvania Legislature adjourned at 12 IS P rn. today until Monday night, April 3 at f) 3o p, nu The Senate adjourned for the week-end yesterday, BOMB FOR ROOSEVELT WATERTOWN. N. Y„ March 30 -(UPi Another crudely made bomb, addressed indirectly to President Roosevelt, wa mailed her? .yesterday, po tai officials revealed todav. I opicsot Times pit in fie V Pl ho was aire.*,ted on > dischai d. mr f IA IMIISHL ma Ma i ch 30 -iUP» — I he ; difnni' t ration bunking code WBS j up f( if fir: * I rad! rig lr, (day bv the | nous' • of th'* (ICUI “la I A gjr in bl v. 'I h( * cod * v .-us up ported from < om- nnUe ? ;ii ’ lo ii" af ter < lot ei not Pin- ( hot. (j. chil od I k." would call a t pf - i ' ai ; C'i iou I f lh? • 1933 ! a yr lat tire did n this bill and the new Build lug and I ' IM ii A:;: ne in’ion ( ode In inn king : bks - pee la I sc* .sion j . I' PPI1 if the ion fi til h" would veto bill fi) pay the g is la tors for (he Fmanu?! I Mazer, trading a. lh? i and r d wire Chester Transfer Company, ie ai a public service (nm mission certificate today to transport piop> r*v In th? < ty and urrounding three mil? ho a. the certificate being grant! d at Ham: bu,* g, yesterday. md 'I homos J. Minto:    J    ink p; esentcd i: n WASHINGTON, Ma * ch HO I’fit Congress finally approved today th? admin.srrntion reforestation bill to recruit 230,000 jobless men for work on th? public domain Final approval was given wh?n the Senate interrupted consideration of i h? $300,000 OOO Wagner unemploy-meir relief ^measure to approve reforestation bill ame ndment' inserted by the House yesterday. The measure was passed in the HOU e yesterday by a voice vote in substantially th? same form as approved by to" Senate I lesday, but only after gag rule was invoked to ave ;* from a parliamentary tang;? maneuvered by Republican The tangle came when by raising Continued on Peg? Sixteen \\ \ K "it RI .'I AR VS GUESTS John k M'-Dono eh, a"orney Dr Joseph A DiMedio head of the Mercy Hospital, and Mrs Harry Tasker, of Green river, Utah were guests cf George D' rn. secretary of war, in Washing'on, D, Cfi, yesterday. Einstein Scoffs at European War: lo Keep Out of Reich C REATES SCENE ( onvicted of Violation of Liquor Law, She Denounces Raiding Of ficers conf* re ANTWERP, March 3 1933. by United Press;-should be compelled to lect n t. f»s of th loda • Dt vv Uh At cly, against when war e world a i i v hrea D: Alt > Copv right Ml countries re cr v enc (ol-aggr?ssor na-ens the peace ■ Einstein said : in i such action should n st sal international oigan* noted stntist bt hi .es. ne time he scouted the utt an European war is •daring that the present, ership would oppose hoc - B it I JJS.I Dr, ie present situation in Ger-’ he said, ‘ i* similar to that in at th? beginning of Fast*c rn. conditions are different, and fore aru prophecies founded the possible analogy of th? two ions would be impossible ’ Einstein reiterated J..a declara tion that h" many andes “While I w said, ’I ivvet fnendlv to ti did de- I a re ti iv pa thoiogica i ■ * mined not until freedom : chlored. I sh sea:,hoi ( months, ne* e assistant, The tat uh tm: German' . “t he said adding vou Id not ;«I ur n to O' r-( xistmg i ■ mu. ions. was in New York,’’ he made any remarks unify* German nation. I that tile pi es?ut period a1, and I am still dc- reti pc ■'j Germany ch haj i - *n bv, J; Igium. t h( coll i, oi a P nth VU Ma cf •me living in dang! ■ ou1’’ he declaration of the League of German Citizens of Jewish Faith which claimed that occurrences in Germany w?r? i *-aggfrated abroad resumed he surmised from polit teal consideration* which might have dictated the League s statement.1 I J: ICI •riding from the witne: i sis md. shout! n g (ut e < in a fiji * ign ton upon ti ne heads of the county de * re , Lives ai f* } ) IU 1*0 f**\ id ope; atm*, w ho had pr< f< i again* t her fi.r violBtlou i * d th? liqi mr law. I to u < 'a ..sila of (<t cen street, Marcus Hook, went to her : seat In Judfl ;e J*; mieficd s (oui ’ to hear t he verdict of guilty pronounced aga rn si. her, For I . years she has « undue tied a gluer ■ry store in Marcus Hrxik and on Feb ruaiy 28, her place was raided by county detectives who found in la r po ss'ss ion wine and beer, I he V ... • s h<- claimed was for med leal purpu ( s, but • fie off! i cd no expla na* lion fo r the beer. lh soh-ift-Jaw., Louis Capri! att!. also bn I jght to i our!, w as clea?et i of a n y t our "ctmn hi th< mat tor Thro rg ii • ie ai gum! lits - * John , ,! Stet ■ cr, T r H torncy Mi Ca* : ii.I was rec :ommended bv th" jury to t he !enU ne; of th? Court. A not I mr liquor case wits that Cf Harold ‘ta*tm i re, of Green sir TCI ?h;s c t v, who was charged with cou ducting rt liquor establishment in th? Continued or Page Mxteen are to be field fi? Building and Loan code, At-y General William Schnadcr lunced. bowing a public bearing on th? lure, 12 i"present!*lives T Bandaid loan A sociations conferred representatives of th" State dug and Justice Departments covered one-third of the bulky F AIR AND VV ARMER WEATHER FOR ARF A J air, with slowly rising tempera* ire, j. ti:" prediction todav m Eastern Pe im vivaria, New J**i ey. Delaware and M i viand. Tomorrow’s fore ast is .showers and warmer The highest Umpcratur? here yesterday was 50 degrees, at 4 p. rn., and the lowest wa-* 34, at 6 a, rn. The average of 42 was three degrees below normal for the date and two degree below tile average March 29 last year. Maximum temperature tor date is 86, established in 1307, minimum 14, rn 1923, arise todav was at 5 48 a. rn , sunset will be at 6 23 p. rn, em Standard Time. American columnists find it easy to create puns these days. Probably on account of the big joke, Shaw', who is visiting tins country. Auto traffic is bring detoured from Ninth street these days on account (»f repairs being made to the street paving I hey detour from Second street, just because they won’t make repair;.. George Bernard Shaw made our Ann Harding cry th? other day, And others I lave cried when they sec how much fre? publicity the bearded visitor is getting. Ethyl alf obol from com is now being made for automobiles. Next tun? the old bus climbs a tree you can say, ‘ Honest, officer, she was all coined up!" Greta Garbo is on ber way back to the states amid great secrecy. No on? but reporters, cameramen, newsreel and movietone men and 122 million Americans will be told of her arriv'd, . Mr Mellen, home from England, thinks h?'s entitled to a rest We always though? this country had mast of th? worlds gold and Mr. Mellon th? rest. 'Dietc's one way to cot your bier. That's being a beer racketeer. Dandelions will soon be here No matter how the unemployment situ* a Hon is, they will .soon be working. In th? old days one would a^k for a short beer. Just imagine anyone asking for such when the good beer becomes legalized! Hie Weather t tie and Kl. and Blast Bl UU Kl PORI I I) I \\ DRABLY WASHINGTON March 30 (UP) The Senate Judiciary Committee today voted a favorable report on th? Black five-day, 30-hour week bdl designed to put millions of jobless back to work rn industry. tv \siiing IDN, March 30—Weather forecast. Eastern Pennsylvania: < toddy and warmer tonight and friday with occasional rain in east and west portions tonight and Friday. Western Pennsylvania — Rain and warmer tonight and Friday, I OB AI 'N IT MIM HAI I RUS 6 h rn. 40 ll a rn. . II 7 a rn. 44 Noon 52 8 H ITI. ..... 46 I P rn. . 56 9 a. rn. ..... 46 2 p rn, , .... 58 IO a. rn. .....50 t ;