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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE .IONICS, ENDING DECEMBER ll, 1332 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH YEAR—NO. 17,589. Dally Leased Wire Report* of United Pre* and International New* Service t ISS > i UPI (’HESTER. TA., WEDNESDAY, MAY IO. 1933 TRICE, TWO CENTS 14,000 GET FULL 400 LEFT HOMELESS BY $3,000,000 MAINE FIRE OF N. Y.SHOE CO. Other Concerns Increase Wa^es and Announce New Orders Sections of Nation Seem Affected by Prosperity’s Vanguard NEW YORK. May IO— UP*- The response to President Roosevelt* appeal for Industrial pay increases was reported today in United Press dispatches from widely separated cities, which told of rises of from 5 to 12 per cent. Supplementing yesterday's reports of more pay for 50,000 men in 25 states, such industrial centers as Cleveland, Detroit Philadelphia, Lo* Angeles and Lowell, Ma>s, sent news of nigher Waite* in automotive, baking, ice cream manufacturing, dress manufacturing, silk mill and chain cafeteria lines Optimistic reports of nth* i sore based on expectation of stimulated prices and in ne rally improving conditions were plentiful A Cleveland dispatch said f hr*t for ; the first time in two years steel production in that area had passed the half a av mark, rising to 54 per cent of capacity. The laiRest monthly increase in factory employm* nt sn New York state since 1914 was reported by the state industrial commissioner. A Michigan steel company, with a new high mark payroll tot aline 4,(WKL announced it would hire 300 more men to carry out a $250000 replacement and construction program. In line with President Roosevelt'* request, two Philadelphia firms today announced wage increases affecting about 700 employes. J. M Biberman, president of Rib* r-man Brothers, dress manufacturers announced a 5 per cent increase effective immediately for the company's 600 employes, and Samuel Leibovitz, treasurer of the Supreme Shirt company, announced a IO per cent. Increase effective Friday for the company s IOO operators TORNADO KILLS MANY IN TENN. ANI) KY. ONSWEEP I it milton and Byrdstown Report TS I load, With Big Injured Li*t Toll of ti Noted at Tompkinsville, hy.; Property Damage Elsewhere AFTER TWO MONTHS NAI INS lied UVU I B. Term , May IO Seventy-five pet sons were re-I killed, more than IOO injured he mountain villages of Living -md Byrdstown virtually wiped iv a tornado which ripped til the hills early today, get reports filtering out of the ated arr a today placed the ut I iv ngston at 25 and the in lit 75 Fifty wrrr* reported Bt town TOMPKINS VI I IL • INS" Struck lull f< w hli ii a Slipped aero night, a larjn in ruins Kl . May in e bv a tot nado the state last part of tim town lay with a death toll of InlrY'P '    I*    -M    *e/i , - h *    a rte    .    ‘-J*    -I .jJf J, 5fa.. * -    '    *    viy nix and more than a wore of persons j injured One vouth was reported' nit v mg. Krar was held that the toll of dead j would mount National guardsmen patrolled the devastated sections unlay LOtJISVILl K. Kl , Mill IO 'INS* Heavy damage to property wa* be -1 mg surveyed hem today rn the wake] of high wind* whir Ii lashed the city last night. FLAMES HAMADE 2 WEST END STOKES Here iv a graphic aerial view showing the devastation earned bv thr S.i.w lO.otlo lire thai swept Ellsworth, Me., for seven houfv, destroying MO dwellings and busings hou-i*». and rendering 400 homrli**, BINOHAMPTON, N Y. Mal IO — tUP»—Full time work for the better part of the rummer ’ has been assured for 14 OOO employes because of a flood Continued on Page Seven EARNSHAW, AT HOME, IRKED BY ORDER OIL REFINERIES IN THIS DISTR K T REPORT PROGRESS KAID ( (INDI A TED NEAR COUNTY JAH George Fa rn shaw, the big righthanded twirler of the Athletic* finally arrived in Philadelphia from Detroit today, exactly 24 hours    late and    ....... somewhat irked over the command    The oil    unjustly    dabilizer of hon- of Manager Connie Mark thai he in-    In ou    lna 1 !%    r ®* «op dulse In a little practice    until the    during    the now    waring rronomit *ut- team begins its next week s    campaign    uation    report*    a slow,    but certain "Tm th good condition.'    Kumshaw    romeback to the level of    three years declared, adding that this difference of opinion with Mr. Mack had not    * •trained their cordial relations Tile    Four    refining    companies husky pitcher declined to reveal where    plank,    located    in    the    March he spent all of yesterday, since he district, are the heralds oi JI had been;Noduled to hop off the    thf nrw,    tha{ Un>    nse ,n    blls|nrsjt , train rn Philadelphia yesterday mom-    ,m,Vj{abl<.    because    of the    tacts sui A Speake as v flourishing within the shadow* of the law was raided last night, when County Detectives aid* d by Stat* Detective Arnold McNeil. stormed an establishment at Third and Orange sti* et*, Media. directly Sales ( harts Indicate Rise mt r nf < 'v ^ Tho Negroes were arr*'led, Oeotge to laCVel of Three Y ears Hotnvvhie Buri ins mother. Nanm A Honeyville, They w< re held in $1000 A JJG    ail    each    bv Magistrate For wood ......Clark    of    Glenolden Complaint* had been received concerning th*’ place for some lime Ii is reported that several "buys" had been secured by County officers, i However, during the raid last night.■ only two pf ut* of alleged contraband ‘Standing Pat" on W orking Force for the Present Needs bottles wert parti* C Ti r I pated estr a ii, t N»e- W Itll H*w»k with mg. Eamshaw was met at the station bv Mrs, aud his daughter, Barbara. They drove to the Kumshaw home in Swarthmore where George refreshed himself wtth breakfast. "I can only follow Mr Mack s orders,'' George commented. He told The lac rn rounding the cai be gleaned from the sales charts Of any Of these concerns, These charts, although low at times during th,*’ three year period, never reached a point low enough to cause a layoff or wage reduction in the industry. They did i each points so low as to present a decided contrast to the ever mounting me to come home and get in con- graph now* being so carefully wa'ched dition He still insisted even after I by executives of 'he industry told him I was in condition"    Officials af the four plants were Earn shaw -aid he could see no rea- interviewed today regarding the trend son why he alone should have been toward latter times, and the officials sent home. Although he hasn't been all presented the sam*’ point of view. in the box much, he said he could    These reports presented rn a com* still go up on the hill and pitch a positr form, were Th* cloud- of full game without difficulty, He said depression are slowly, but surelv floatier couldn’t understand why some of lng away. revealing the sun of better the other A's pitchers who haven t times and increased business, worked consistently had not been sent    "Our plant* are running on a nor mal basis, and in some cases we are ( nnlinued on Page Seven MOWE TTI I \“l INQUEST along with him. Earnshaw said he would work out In Slnbo Park and might Join the Phillies id batting practice if there were no objection*. On th* same train with Ranshaw j coroner J F\ ans Scheehle. oi Linn-was Gown. Claset, tho towering S'uith- frfb wt]{ conduct an inquest tbs* paw bura r. v no came back .or^ treat- af{frnoon> jn the office of Deputy Coroner George White, Third and ment after s'raining hts back and side in pitching practice at Detroit jesterdsv . MGI HEILS ll %Y >IR\ ii ll and a number of emptj ut ired a* idenc* The detect I vc .s who rn ihc raid were M Charles T. Smith and ENGINEERING TALK A FEATURE E. A. Howell. Uroduale of I*. M. < Addresses Ixwal Society Members E A Hoar ll. attorne y and graduate civil engineer of Pennsylvania Military College eau an interesting discussion of his life wc*;k before members of th** Phi Sigma Tau Society in their clubroom ut 508 East Seventh street last night After Mr Howells graduation his first assignment as an engineer was to survey th** railroad running from Bellwood to Ponsitorta, a in’•lance of six mile* Since then he has covered thousand* of miles and has been in many countries He said his first study wa* law, bul he became connected with the engine ring profession through a railroad job "Engineering has don*    mo re to develop the world than any oth* r science, yet seldom do the names of engineers go down rn history as pioneers of any advancement," he said Engineering, as such. tea fly began in the last hundred year*," he eon- BALDWIN WORKS HEAD APPROVES ROOSEVELT PLAN Declares in an Interview That Program Will Restore Commerce ( onfident That Stead y March Tov aid Prosperity Has Begun "The program mapped out and put into rff* ct bv President Roosevelt will restore the * ammeter and industry of the United States to it* former prosperous state." I*dartd Ct. H Houston, presi- t..'Ti lent work by meiniiers of tile Felton Franklin and Hanley fire companies kept a blaze spreading from the cut a bushment* of Peter Yandziak, at 2'* 13 and 2915 West third street, to adjoining pi opertie* I he flames broke out at 3 4<) a in , In I tie clothing store of Yandziak at 2913 West Third street, aud had spread rapidly before an alarm was lent in Smoke and poor entrance facilities handicapped the fir* men at i he st a rt The flames spread to a shoe stole adjoining befoir the firemen arrived Unable to prevent the lo** of th*’ goods in the two stores, the firemen battled to prevent the fire from reads mg the second floor, or spreading to ad jai rot propel! lea in the block. The blaze had started In the front part of tile store and a* this wa* tim only entrance, the firemen had to1 renter their attack on that point. A driving rain and wind storm add«’d to the did)* a1 ti** Of the fir* I WARDIN men who managed to bring th*- Four of Pi flame* under control after nearly two hour-' work The fire was completely out at 5 30 a rn Both stores are own*’d bv Mr Yandziak The damage wa* roughly estimated at about $5.OOO The stork rn the two establishment* was completely destroyed IRE OF MAYOR WARD AROUSED BY INTERFERENCE Objects to Appeals Made in Behalf of Disgruntled Police Officers Says, in Official latter, Men ( an Quit if They Don’t Like Job j In plain English "if you don’t Ilk* your jt*b resign " | That ta the substance of a letter ad* Arrased to members of tho Cheater police department, yesterday, by Mayor William Ward, Jr., following I numerous telephone call* to hi* office and letter* addressed to him by bankers and others, who seem to have a particular interest in the latest re-I assignment of patrolmen to beat*. Til** order, or rather the letter sent to police station and which was captioned "Suggestion to Members of the Department," <meaning the police department I of which the mayor us held, reads ‘•'The office of the mayor Is not in accord arith request* - suggested— that officer* on new assignments be reurned to former peat*. "The recent order issued aaa suggested after careful consideration by the superintendent of police, with the Idea of increasing the efficiency of the department, strengthening morale Mild tending toward better service. This order wa* approved by the mayor and promulgated by the chief of police. "The office of (he mayor would suggest to any member of the department dissatisfied with hts assignment, that he may turn in his .quip-nieni and retire from the service. An officer dissatisfied and rebellious I* not a good police officer I he ntxivc letter, signed bv th* mayor, was read to all shift* yesterday aud this morning. tie cause lucently Superintendent of Police James H Deavenport and I Iii* < (la* »• I* * peril til ut l*n dent Roosevelt was taken a* he addressed Chief of I*oilce John Vanes spent the nation after two month* in office.    several day* devising a plan. which would tana to create a better morale “'W' CONGRESS PUSHES BONUS MARCHERS ROOSEVELT BILLS MI in Lino for Action Upton* End of I hi* YY'ppk; I arm Measure Leads Continued on Pate Seven imi inn Air ni i airt [SHOW ERS; WARMER SPLIT ON PLANS WEATHER forecast Rival Factions (’onverge on Washington for New “( on vent ion" TON, May IO (UPI Showers and warmer is the prediction today in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland. It will be cloudy and cooler tomorrow. wtth showers tn the afternoon or at night. The highest temperature here yesterday wa* 6! degree*, at 3; 15 ion WASHINGTON. May IO-(UP)— rut Roo eve!' *    major    R,V>1 Nm Hon* of Hi*- bomi* army of    p. rn., and the lowest was’ll at MO I.,it. Hntu    tntiav    *933 »«*re cxmverftng on the capital    a. rn. The average of 54 was seven 11    "    today while the adminiM rat ion strove    degrees below normal for the date tor passage by    Congress    to prevent trouble by reeocidltnc Alf-    and four degrees below the aver ice k, with the  ------     —    1    — “    “    ‘    ““ < OI.Ll NG UA LF: SI'HOOL TAX RATE III MILUS UolUngdsle Heboo I Board, at it* monthly meeting last night in the aehool buiidmg at Parker and Clifton avenues, fixed the tax tate at 30 mill*, rd which eight mills is set aside recon’!iu< to tic iii i before Hi* end of th Senate expected to -turf the clearing purees* bv abandoning It* price fixing amendment to the administration farm »«lief btu The House yesterday approved Hic work of its fat hi relief conferees, and at the request cl the administration sponsored by the veteran* ferem •* amora their leaden    J of May 9 last v**ar. Maximum tem- Haroid Fouiarod a leader In    laid    pc rat lire for the    date is 91    estab- ytiTs bonus expedition, whs st    the    Fished in 1896 and minimum    41    in brad of a band of IOO that trudged \ 1900    * from Baltimore and wert due here J Sunrise today was at 5 50 a m today.    «nd sunset will    be at 8 04    p.    ml I liege veteran* declared they would    Eastern Daylight    Hiving Time havit nothing to do with the march liaison emphatically rejected the price fixing committee and would refuse to go to proposal Chairman Smith, of the a ramp being prepared bv the gov-8**nate lonferee*. Mad lie would si*, em ment at Foil Hunt, Va, ll miles • he Binate today Un fur! her tm true- down the Potomac Dons. Til* Senate is expected to sue-1 Htraggiing group* of the commit*; render on the amendment, which tee a force* were coming into town would empower the government to to lie red fend at temporary head- C(ingress Today <By UM Tin PRESS) RENATE: Receives conference et*iii hind* * nul Vepnv.-nts h "refii/c- K'tar.tnfee farmer.’, a reasonable profit j quarters established on Pennsylvania j    lcrn    bill GEORGI ll HGI S I ON' dent of th- Baldwin Locomotive Workv while sitting in hie private office of ;he massive administration building, at Eddystone. "Tile country* business has been mo* Histed and we not only hope but feed confident 'hat tile inoculation will have if effect Then tm- country tlon of one mill in Hie rate for 1932. wan 25 mills for general fund and six mills for sinking fund The |>* r capita tax was abolished in the school district a year ago Maxim Ma*Quern, representing an insurance company, addressed the board regarding a pion which he ria lined would effect a big saving on in aura nee rate* for the schools. President Patton appointed a committee, consisting of J Roy Young. .Samuel Palmer and Paul Spain to investigate the plan .Super’, lane Principal Joseph C Carey reported a total enrollment for April of I 451. WORDS OF FRAISE FOK LOI ATY (\ OF (’. report on Commute* on crops consumed in the domestic    avenue near the scent of I aet year's    I Akron Investigating market    i    bonus Hots The committee said 300    organize Vt itll Hint In * obstacle out of the a *re here already It promise*! to Foreign Relations Committee Conway, the farm bill with its Inflation find quartet* for them until prepara-    Arma    Embargo    Resolution. rider v alid go to Pre idem Room*-    lion. were completed at Fort Hunt    Judiciary    Sub-Committee    resumes vrlt f<u signature quickly. He would    Government leport* were raid to    nmMlng* in    Harriman bank    Inquiry, have power to issue $36oo,ootMMio of    e.'.mate tnat good veterans would be    inter tate    Commerce Commute* Treasury notes, to arrange for Fed-! here for next week’s "convention" cr,ntinues rail reorganisation hearer!! I Reserve pureha e of Hi OOODOO - sponsored by the Unison committee ings. OOO of Government securities, to re- FouUtzod h<>wever, said many times) duce th* viilii* of the gold dollar bv that number would answer hi* call for j 50 per * * ut., and to coin silver at any a new march on Washington. ratio desired. A rider would permit Brig Gen Frank T. Hines, director acceptance of $200.000OOO in silver for of veterans' affairs, arranged a con-war debt* due June 15    fere nee with Foulkrod at the request I The farm ‘eelIon* of the measure °f the White House in an effort to) provide a $2,000,000,000 mortgage re- induce him to send hi* men to Fort Hunt along with the others ( int limed on Page ’'even "Mother’s Day" will be observed at the First Italian Presbyterian Church, Third and Fulton streets, Rev. Do no Ted* sen b pastor, on Sunday. A sermon appropriate to the occasion w ill be pi ’ached bv R* v. Tedesco at the morning service, In the evening a .‘•pedal program will tie given by th** members of Hie Sunday school. Th** evening service will begin at 7-45 o'c lock. VICTIM GI PU KPOI KET Lewi* English, of 414 Baltimore avenue, Media, reported to the Upper Darby police that his pocketbook.! containing a large sum of money I had been ttolen by a pickpocket | while he was in a crowd In the Sixty-ninth street section. Norris streets, for the purpose of fixing responsibility for the death of Mrs. Catherine More hi. 28 wife of Peter Morctti, who died in her home tinued ' Hie word engineer is de* *arlv Sunday morning following an rived from a word ii La'in origin argament with her husband. Morctti, ‘tngentum 'of which hRS ** °n **' liberty under $1000 to await the action of the coroner. meaning a clever id*a f nnlinued un Pace Seven FIELD AND TRACK INDIAN PRINCESS MEET SATURDAY IS GUEST SPEAKER MOI A TJON OF PARK KI LE PROV ES COSTLY Tin 1 • Phiiadrijn . n w! o cr - 1 truck through Des bong Park Dight, were arrested by Park Guard Ditchfi* id. when they became defined $10 and cor.tx were 34, fed Hoys’ W eek Committee Decides Upon Schedule for Final Events Addresses Members of Riverside Baptist WDmen’s Missionary Society 'i?: The 1933 Chester Bovs' Week Committee met in the office of Walter H orth rly. El * ii w a bv MagtStrnte !!• this morning Th* defendants mond J Roller, Harry McNeal, 30,    & ’ ’r* • ’ and Harry Hegnu street, The onlv other defenc on the police blotter today w B Green, of the 25t>0 block .street, who was arrested of th" charging him with d st court a Ray- street; Mu sey Master The "Week’a Work," weekly publiea-(ion of the National Chamber of Commerce, give* the Delaware County Chamber of Commem ctmaiderable npiH c in this w**ek's iiuue, The paper qu«J» s Hie r»*jK!rt of WiHlain Ll *• a .\!a.‘.on, sujiertntendent of the Marcus la.vt Hook plant of Hie Buri Oil Co. who wa a delegate to Hie recent convell-Lion, held In Washington, D. C, In hi remarks Mr M t*on * Jed the ‘Mvlng effected In municipal g*>v* m-mental affairs, as th* result of til** rn -ti-rest Liken in such bv the ira a! Chamber during the early part of th* M ar Twier as much apace u allotted the loral delegate’s disccur <* over •fiat given to Chambers of Commerce in ei'ie.*, the sir* of St. I .outs. Mo, Anan* mg program and five the government power to supervise farm pro* duet Ion. Two other bills, paused by both i ootfnwed on Page seven SII % MOK IN H VS h I It IHI S .SHAMOKIN Pm . May IO INS’ Edward Brennan. 84 president *,? the National Dime Bank of Shamokin, wa* dead at iii* home here today. HOI SE: Debates Independent Off! es Appreciation bill. Labot Committee considers 30-hour we * k bill. C'.mrrv rce Commit' ** hearing on railroad reorganization. OMAHA Neb, Mig lh 'UFI— While a new bonus army converged on Washington nwlav. Waiter W Wain*. commander of Hie 1932 B F F issued a statement urging all cx-.**• twice men to have no part in the trek, Wa'* rn pleaded with hi* former comrades to uphold the hand of FTea-if!*-rit Rooaevelt, who, he said is rapidly bringing order out of chao*. INAUGURATION FFF SCHEDULE AT CENTURY CLUB FOR BEER SELLERS (sun. Price in Flair Talk License Application Blanks nt ^corded is Jacob Lindsay u a warrant tertian and III \ GIG E SI ll IN It! NO Prior to Installation of Officers Will Be Beady for Dis- ‘ know lha trihution Friday I opicsof J imes | Movie* derived a miiJiuri dollars out of tile last Presidential campaign. Republican* wish they could say tho •ame Hung. Charlie I indbergh, (Colonel to you) wa forced down by a sandstorm In Texas It takes plenty of grit to Impede that boy's progress. We wouldn't be a bit surprised to ee baseball magnates po: tpone the starting of n* xt season until winter is over. Penn stud- nta during a recent poll voted that "war Is a foolish waste" M my doughboys who never wen? to HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY IB? United Press) Pl MEK O 1—Gramarye 2—None. 3—Th" Mole. 4—N one. 5—Old Master. fr—Renewed, Protein*. Strolling Along, My I cr*us kegiv 7—Bohemian Grove, Good "■ense, Risner, Soupcon. A—Nope. Weather, clear; track, muddy, RENO Nev. May lh <UP' Bult for divorce was fib d late yesterday bv Frances Hershey Landis, Lancaster. Pa , ava met Nelson H Landis, charging cruelty, They were married in I'Oh PT ’.ow I Pit,, October 18 1982 Delegatee from all unit Riverside Baptist Association area,    nonsupport.    He will be    given    a    heal Craig, in City    Hall yesterday after-    all of southeast em Delaware County,    jri(-    before    Judice    of    th**    Pe»c*    Par noon and derided to hold the post- were present rn large numbers ye*- Sfltv> f,f pa^kmde pond track and field meet. Saturday    terday a? 'lie a ll-day session* of the morning and afternoon. The schedule    Woman's Missionary Society of the will be the same a' that proposed    Riverside Baptist. As.wlation, held in for the original program last Satur-    the Upland Baptist Church, Upland. cia',.    The    feature    event    of    the msenors Chairman Craig had secured per- was an address by Princess Blue mission from    Lieutenant Clarence    Feather, a native Aztec Indian, who Connors of the    Pennsylvania Military    came to the session with a plea from    ------------- Coli ii to . • the m pu : that    .-ar p* .ne It. her .tut**' she g.iv<    ..    .    _    1    n    „„4t    I    k.,flu institution for the events The com-    the Indian imp:    ion of the Bible Nation, State ann    f    OUTitv I nOUKrl I OnsidCTfNl    Dill! mittee. with one exception, favored    and the regular religions and then holding the program on Saturday.; showed her audience something of the, Irvin C Bupp. of the Chester Y. M.    inner meanings of religion to the C A, bein* in favor of holding the    Indians, as expressed by the signs affair on Friday afternoon.    and symbols which were displayed on Charks H Blaine, who has directed the Indian costume she wore. TINICUM FLOOD RANKING (ODES CONTROL PLANS MAY BECOME LAW Our unsolicited Logan for tho approaching World Economic Conference won <i be: “More amity and less STS I Prospective sellers of 3 2 beer may calamity.” ry    obtain application blanks    for licenses j •n    at Media any time f:«,m    Friday on,    A    news note says they .are paving v    it had b* * n announced    by County    Concord    road between    Central ave- f    I -e .‘mer William nickel, who, ac-    hue    and    Butler street.    We refuse to cording to the new a*’ law, is get excited until wp read they intend iw authorly* d to issue the licenses. J to pave West Second street. The application blanks are being printed, following a form prepared, .    ,.    ...    .    . by authorities at Harrisburg They should quit. Wonder if he mean: n.uht ie- fiiad out and returned to I !    where Ute treasurer not later than May 25, if licenses are to be ob'aired for use on June I, when the new State law becomes effective. Engineers Hold Confer* once al Harrisburg The proposal to use 200 men of the live, Pinchot Will lie Ad \is« d to Sii*n ll A large audience of * dub mend in attendance at th*- New Cent Club meeting yesterday altern* witnessed Hie ii;'King of club hist* They saw the concluding moment! Mrs Samuel C. Hanna's stg < >: administration as pr* ident; they saw Hie new executive, Mi Kelley ti Weidner, inducted into office; they heard the stirring addn s of Major General Wiliam Cl Pi :* **, Jr . retired, arri they Joined in saluting tie* handsome silk flag, the gift of Miss Katherine Stevenson, to th** club. In addition '<* these events there was the added delight of a fine musical recital given by Wiree artiste applJcauon> wmcn go* * and the interchange of it-* .ny*, a {ounljr treasury. If the retailer's. ll]* [7V. PIL0.1! *u - I*..    A*kh.    pjace 0f business is in a township, or) Mayor Ward says dissatisfied! cop* means quit they get what they ask for? Our rdi'or tells us there are less spring poets this ye 1 r We imagma A fee of $10 mull accompany r ich most of em were killed off last year, application, which go* s into the IO— (INS>- the afternoon to a clos. The presentation of the flag was The W eather WASHINGTON, May 10-Weather HARRISBURG, May the Field Dav activities for the past She said that the members of her citizens conservation corps to im-J Although the 1933        —_____________ ■_ few years, announced that the list race felt that the missionary people prove flood control of Darby Creek bracted many teeth from the bank- j rt „f unjfo^med g cl .scouts Mar- f l100'^ ^    to    50,000.    the    and    <    <H,lrr tonight. of entries is larger this year than were assisting all colors and races, in Tinicum _ township, Delaware [ lr**** the^tonkinj    HavJn    and    Peggy cdihoun,    K    ‘loudy    with    ocrasiom municipality of than 1500 popu-mj «v—    —    .    -    rp,    ...    .    lotion,    the    Ucens*’    fee    will    be    $75,    For Legislature * x- ^VKlSht '0 Hie p] •* nl under    fre    forrca!>t-Eastern    Fennsyhama: Fair Serai r Hf'OUt off!-Ku« bier and Mrs. Continued on face Eight lf. S. I Hi ASI Kl BALANT E AT CH URI HILL DOWNS 1—Dug In. 2—Snowpiav, Panorama, Sweet Talk.    which the    affair progressed last year,    the tvpe of work done    among them    The plan was developed at a meet-    Gordon upheld the 3»-gi4aUon, Tre ascan, (lover Play, Best Maid,    This year    he will have much more    by the missionaries, who    stressed only    mg of engineers repres- ating 'he    which has drawn severe criticism, az 3—Desert Call.    assistance    than on previous occasions    religion and the Bibl*-    .She 'old of    United Stales War Department, th*    a r»"p in th** right direction " Hen. I—Brown Toney,    The    postponement    from    last    Sa'ar- a need for th* development of social State and the county.    far from satisfied with the codes as . 5—Bubbling O., Eva Jane.    Mlisle,    day has enabled *ne commute to    draw    contact with    a view toward fulfil;.rig    The    State Resources B/ard will b*    they    wa re rushed through    on the    WASHINGTON, May IO -UP) Shadow Dawn.    up a definite schedule of events.    The    their needs    of understanding;    the    asked    to approve the plan which will    final    day of the recent session But    The    tress try ne? balance far May 8    Broadly speaking,    a    retailer is    deals-    6    a.    rn.    ... 6— Fishlike. Gertrude L.,    Princess    list of entries was kept open    ann.: proper method of living under    the    provide for repair of duces along I despite his displeasure, he    believes    was    $494,327 269 83 Expenditures that    rated ss one who    WU! sell beer to    be    7    a.    rn.    ... Queen. Hora Wiidair.    .ate Friday night and had the affair    conditions of    their ie se rv ar on?    dif-    Darby    Greek An appropi lation of    they    will give the    depart-    day    were $185994 "2 47 Customs re-    consumed on the    premises,    or    In    8    a.    rn.    ... 7—Calfte    ----- ———---------—-    ---—1—    ----—— eelpts for the month Hire ugh May 8<    *—— ---------■■■■........................I 9 a. rn. •#. 8—Chum, Eleanor* M.    i    C    ontinued    on    Page    Seven    I    Continued on Page Seven    Continued    on    Page    Seven    Continued    on    Page    Seven    were    $5    500,740.48.    4    Continued    on    Page    Seven    I    IO    a.    rn    ... ulation over 50,000, of which Chester is the only place rn this county, the retailer’s fee Is $200. The local municipality leceives the license fee. except n second class townships, when the fee goes to the county. Licenses for distubutnra approximate half of the fees for retailers. Thurs-occsauonal rain Thursday afternoon and night. Western Penns) lvania— Cloudy and somewhat cooler except near Lake Erie tonight; Thursday occasional rain. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES 52 ll    a.  ......63 54 Noon .........64 57 I    p.  ......66 58 2    p. rn 68 60 ;