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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAID ( HU I FATKIN FOK TWELVE MVI.IS. ENDING. HELEM BKR 31, 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.506. Dally Leaved Wire Reports af United Pre' and Internationa! News Service (INS I UP I CHESTER. PA., THURSDAY. .MAY IS. 1053 TWENTY-EIGHT PA GI* PRICE, TWO CENTS 14 RUERS ACCEPT I . S. PEACE DRIVE IN FRIENDLY VEIN Kini: George, of England, Head* I>i>t. Followed by I/e Brun, France Governments Not Bound; Roosevelt Sends Davis to Geneva on Mission WASHINGTON. May 18    UP' — Cheered by friend!-, menages from 14 foreign rulers President Roosevelt today pushed forward his drive for world peace, disarmament and prosperity. Norman H Davis, America's "Ambassador of Peace" in Europe was ordered to Geneva to sponsor the President 5 disarmament and security • conference meeting Friday, Secretary of State Hull expedited preparations for the World Economic conference in London. Chancellor Hitler s speech, well received here, appeared to end the danger of a Franco-Oerman crisis and to open the way for a European disarmament treaty. King George, of Oreat Britain. President Le Brun. of France, and heads of IO other nations promised fullest con;ideation by their governments of Mr. Roosevelt’s bid for peace, King George cabled the President: "I thank you for your important message which I have communicated to im governments in order that it may receive their fullest consideration" Said Lebrun: "I thank vou for your communication. I ha.^’en to render homage to the lofty sentiments whic h have dictated it in your fervent love of peace and your sincere desire for the emery of the peoples. The of the French republic the communication in a t and a community of as- TAKING A BARRIER AT ROSE TREE MILLIONS FOR PA. EIRE THREATENS IN WORKS PEAN DESHONG MANSION 1 * h 11 a. Arca May Benefit; I low! Font rot fur Tinicum Erg cd ll ca ll Ii Nurse Makes Discover) ;    ( ivil AA ai Relics Escape Damage WASH I NOT a1 benefit to ON May 18 Pennsylvania insist anre to t units of the HOU ie c •linty stone ap ens K -d from the Noose-(-industrial control Congress. Situa-rficct of retarding Mtr s economic sited to be overcome leat iou of the law ment of which Is bv an American Red v Health Nurse. Miss men *p*rt I named west roosevelt hives PLAN ON INDUSTRY TO THE CONGRESS Asks Action for Co-opera-ti\c Movement to Obtain Re-employment Three Billion Dollars for Jobs Involved; Sales Tax Proposed An ment men heat clock la/ overheat of t he n for ti from th* (I fill UR a.Mu** points the a ■ation of the bltumi* cellar ceiling try by regulating pro- Wlly u_ r I bu ti on and prevent- ,llr ^rj.j ^ ompet ttlon te lines of Ind t *n ti: blan mace ie n.u The 'lf ■ let ton are Minty and Ute great ( pi iv at qi, dr ire invested in urate location trial workers griruHurr on produce auffl- vtatf Pi nnsvL SLM prin md Charlotte K. Murrain es lumper, spinner. with Jo* kr> Mien up i- dnmn here laking the *r« und lump in the Corinthian Plate Merplei base, at Rose Tree >es|erda» Prier McKinney - Portrait, that won the rare bv a nose, is a rinse vernnri In the picture, par Flag. vired bv Man n War. hni-hed third Mon s a ti I I DONATIONS FOR MAY MARKET Special Booth AA ill Be at Fete to Receive Needed Articles Opportunty mill be offered the residents of this city anil county to assist the Chester Hospital on Thursday, May 25. by donating either money, gifts of tellies, linen, pillow State Department raft(,R sheets or any article that can 1' '.‘7._’J1..!’?!>f br used to add ti 'iv n-pp.t .'tut comfort of the patients in the institution. In order that those sn desiring may contribute to the aid of th*! worthy cause. Hie hoard of managers of the hospital have decided to erect a booth to be known as th" Donation Booth" on the vpariou,* lawns surrounding tile building located at Ninth and Barclay streets where do- GLENOLDEN INFANT AA AS NEAR DEATH norruo goveri will s amnia titration.’* Meas ages in a similar tone were received from the chief executives of Austria. Sweden. Denmark, l-atvia, Norway, the Net heal,ind>, Cuba. Mexico. Panama, Switzerland, Germany and Spam. These messages did not bind the government* to accept details of the Roosevelt plan, but they indicated friendliness toward it. Report* to th from American and South Amel President s plan public and press MrC W( ie. Glenoid* un injury rdy, when e w as I v i ii i lea indicated that the was well received b> BERLIN, May 18 UP>- President Roosevelt, made fully aware of German official views on disarmament by Dr Hjaknar Si harht. president of the Reithsbank. phrased his unprecedented world-wide appeal for peace in sympathetic vein and thus indirectly ,8 rn    M animated Chancellor Adolf Hitlers nations Will be received rn connrr- babv roar! was struck bv an automobile driven b' Paul McCloskey. of the w address, as he was backing driveway from the garage of the home. Mrs. El the child visit to her parents* a i from her home, had !e the coach with the hatv hide protruding over til driveway McCloskey failed lo no as he backed the rat do wav. and the car struck ins handle bar. rausin vehicle to upset and th »nor McCloskey. mot! who had returned fi REAL BARGAINS WILL RE OFFERED •*(’Hester Day** Tomorrow, tines Bromise of Exceeding Expectations ow is Chester Day. day for which the merchants med for weeks and have left unfinished to make it on* ie remembered tore displaying official Ches- chot discus* President Rf The md ID the bill. arn P Wagner t in framing t to insure a i portion of t tic w n JI w bidi U north end of the meeting Wilde Post No 25. ii A It countless number* of valua . War relics, pictures hags and i ners tit the room were threat* wit hdestruction However, ail t objects so dear to the heart,* of few remaining veteran* weir und aged by either hie, water or cli teals. Misc But ie rworth who was mc in checking Jiei rase record* in comm unit v health service riffler f the hallway i he o A R room, detected the , of smoke and uj/on opening the of the old meeting room. s«w flames and smoke she hurried I to the health center office and I phoned to the Mov a mensing » and Ladder Company and the ewe annat ions with mrn I^NQtM to a still alarm. It several ciavs ago An alar rn wa* sent in later I control sections of    41    |nr«!,    <1    **    Ninth «tr*--r to Senator Robert Mgmonl avenue and all district r York who assisted    responded :'.';"U'KV, ie sr™': r intended for y road building *s winch would of tile bitumi-*e by winch the might Ive placed Governor Ptn- Mf-rritt liiitton Knish. of Glenolden. designated a* prim ipal *andidate tor army school, APPOINTMENT TO WEST POINT MAUE Glenolden Buy (ids First ( hance; Frank ( . Starr, lr., Alternate Point Mil in* peo pr< urin ed aaure. are adequate a1 for the bltumin- n la made to pro- *• < f tile workers Opcr-!. * annot enter into any etwren themselves w-iih* that these rights will be Prior to the arrival of the fir Mi * Buttenvorth had sumn the perk guauis Dttri head of the park police and t' The p niaterl have pl nothing long to Every ter Da' e windows, is trd of bargains. cr merchandise a producers in lid conciliatory speech before the Reichstag, the United Press learned on reliable authority today. German observer* believed that Hitler s efforts to still the troubled international waters m'cre greatly inspired bv President Roosevelt’s dra-mat|(* tiftj jiti d official* credited Dr. Behacht, German delegate to Continued on Page Twenty-six .UHN) (JO TO WORK tion with the May Market Day w#n< h la one of the da va in the tear when the management of the nstitutlcn offers one of the largest assortment of fancv goods, candles, takes and many other articles both useful and ornamental to the public ut reasonable prices in order to secure funds to help defray ifs expense. Those residents desiring to donate pillow' eases are informed that I ontiniird on Page T we nly-Mx neighbors, who wit attracted MeClos time for him to one of the wheel* inrhes of the chih the r with this c ll ihri FAIR ANI) SLIGHTLY AV ARMER AA EA TH ER the Penn/ De IN STEFL BE ANT TDI THS DETAINED FOR QUESTIONING ARY Tr i M v I INS More than 3 000 men have gone bark to work here in the steel capital of the middle west. Blast furnaces were roaring a *el-    _ rome tune today a* th#* Gary work*    b>’ f»l»<-'*    tor    questioning    The    bovs complied with an order ior 75,000    gave their    names as Charles    Melon* of steel, making a pickup among    Dermott.    18    of South    Beechwood Two Philadelphia boys, arrested here yesterday while earning a coil of copper wire. are being detained and minimum gala event Mole than companies that manufacture automobile parts, railway cars, farm machinery and other impi* men?s. The Illinois Steel Company Is wonting 3? per cent    of rapacity, compared with IO per cent. a month ago. l\ W. TRI;HY BALANI E WASHINGTON. May 18-'UP'- _____ The treasury net balance for May 18 Burns"'no'address wa* $410 824.013 62. expenditures that day were >5.919 411 38; customs receipts for the month through May I* were $11 2*ki.098 67. street, and Peter Claims, 19 Cantwell street. Philadelphia. They were arrested by .Sergeant Peterson and Patrolman Holt, The only other defendant* in pollee court this morning were four men arrested for intoxication. All were discharged They were slated a* James A. Hamilton, Crum Lynne; John Foley Ulrich street; Samuel Juditvs. Twin Oaks, and Martin ALTOS KILL.KIK IN I MONTHS, IN BA, ' Fair and slightly prediction todav in Varna. New Jersey Mar'land I* will be mostly cloudy and warmer tomorrow wi’h showers probable Th*- highest temperature here yesterday was 73 dearer.- at 5 p nu, and the lowest was 50. at 6 a rn. The average of 62 was one degree below normal for the date and IO dealers below the average May 17 last year Maximum temperature for the late lr 89. established rn 1906 41 in 1891 Sunrise today wa* af 5 43 a rn and sunset will be at 812 p rn eastern daylight saving time TCI DIM I xx C 4Mf* ri,4Nx Directors of Camp Che--Nor. tire combined summer Y M C A vacation camp of the Chester uid Norristown branches, will meet th.s evening at 8 o’clock in the Norristown Y M C A building Those who will represent Chester are James Rodgers, Albert Knabb, Fin well txng and the boys' department secrets; y, I C Bupp Plans pertaining to the arrangement of the ramp • schedule and the adoption of some new features will br discussed. rn* in th •ti up with unhei *w. fresh sunim cd 11 oni the be! mntrv. so that the tastes of th*-fastidious shopper* may be met rent outpouring of shoppers is ted lo arrive early tomorrow ne Most of the store* joining I Cheslep Day jubilee row open their doors at 8 30 >nd remain open until IO p rn special inducement to buyers, reliant.-, have arranged that all ig shoppers will be carried free trolley lines connecting with y, and special im sr* have been d for tile small army of shop-lo reside in South Jersey who (pressed their intention of bring the firs! to Lake advantage bargains that will be lladeiphia area will wino be gainer lf the recommendations of Penns v Iv ama Congressmen hung about Inclusion of a number ot important project* in the public works program Flood control for Southwest Philadelphia and Tinicum township Delaware count v. I* being urged by Con -freshman Stokes, Philadelphia, and *man Wolf ended, of Upper This work would restore-dikes and prevent the over-crcrk* In that territory veiner** of the Delaware river delphia is advocated by Con nie guard*, with hand chemical exi flame, in che* k ti sing rom pa ny arriv til* The fire did oi The firemen took protecting the r< occupied bv the ( The district rom pi ice about half an the aid of severs unguixhers, held tin rn ll the Moya men cd with it* appar a ily slight damage extrema cart if lies ;n the ronir Jivil War veterans line* were in aery, hour WASHINGTON, May lA-iUP' — President Roosevelt* ‘re-employ* ment” program today began it* swift legislative journey, with Secretary of I the Treasury Woodin and Budget Di-I rector Douglas representing the ad* ministration at open hearings before thi House Ways and Mean# committee. The cabinet officer and the budget director were present to discuss new taxation needed to finance the $3-$.300 000.000 public works section of the industrial plan T*he taxes arf* expect'd to yield $220.000 000 The remainder of the omnibus bill ha* been framed by the White House, including the vital sections mobilizing private industries on a wartime basis, Director Douglas, on behalf of the administration presented the nutter four alternative tax programs, including a general manufacturers* ale* tax to finance the huge publio works recovery bill. Public works are expected to create ss. r k for hundred* of thousand# of unemployed. Shorter work hours, n nim .'n w *..* - and production geared to demand are relied upon te> provide Jobs for many more. As the hearings began Chairman Houghton, of the committee, railed upon the membership to discard partisanship and Join in the administration s effort to revive busine** and employment, I h (Vt nip ut. Du a P I Ore* xel if ha.' Com* Da ib broke fl< w Inn Bl Pl FIRST AA ARD ALTOIST ll AS NARROW FSI ABE Vernon L. Stover. 19 !• *st M"w;y siree!, had a remarkable escape from . erioua injuiv when an automobile he was driving was -.ruck at Twenty-fourth and Chestn OI rn to Mi for 1. en named a mental qua Ii hi a- I I, Ac# e tlx new 'indent iv. Wei ut nu lor Itll r hu u I UBT up to ' . when lent in > it inn a ares silvan Strong, of Brookville, 'nil* bv an automobile operated by At-would coit $4l(l,ooo He is the tanking it member of the Rivers and Harbor# Committee and ta al*o balking other pro jct tar* in the last river* aud harbor* bill, for Improvements in the Allegheny river, to cost $8 700.000, and Improvement of the harbor at Erie to coat $.377 000 ENID W ILSON AVINS BRITISH TITLE AGAIN the man GI EN EAGLER, (UPI For the *er fJUff TCI Chief of Police John Vance and ,hr nr,l*s*» Superintendent Jamr* H Dejvenpo.t } baa bern w<u h«ve completed plans to handle th* Many reserve pa- increased traffic tminim will be a signed to the central busine** zone to prevent accident* and keep traffic flowing and test ant in Enid Wiht fr nm Nott? Plympton n hr^H I the todai Friiit* >tland. May 18 I time in history golf * hampton-v the same eon-(iiaecutlve year4 33-vear-oid girl defeated Diana torney I A Howell, of ;his city. yea-terdav 8 lover a automobile wa* badly damaged and he wa* ti riled later for numerous bruise* and blush burn* Pollee learn*d that s* ner w.»* driving east on Twenty-fourth «tiret and slow'ed for the int * rxeefion of Chestnut airer*, a* I* hi* custom Knowing their are ‘'Stop" sign* on intersection a UM he rn-r wa* struck Howell* car a tree and its attracted •sr from the a.rests w c,, an ended for three la«t June. L**t fall Huh Military Acade tory course and w month. Hutton plaved th where lie ai admit mg ered Weno-.» pieiwra-duatw next Cheat nut airer!, at t hi* he did not Mop, but ju tcrrd the highway hi* ct n;*h stirh fojte bv Mr thai ll was driven intr then rolled over Reside bv the eraah aided K*o upturned automobile, bv made. Oflfi Mi** Wilson won the final match also to assist    the throng* of men    and    of the 193.3 chnmpton,-hip    by 5 and 4 women who    will trek here for    the    I .ady Margaret Brott won    Hie tournament inaugural in 1893 and re-100 magnificent    and    pealed in 1894 and 1895    Bile la    the rosily prize*    will br awvided to    Hie    only Other player to have won    the shopper* who will lie holder* of cee- title in three surer .sivc tournaments lain purchase ticket* Each buver will Cecil l-eith, however won three coupe handed a numbered certificate seeutlve tournaments In 1914    1929 nnd these certificatefc will Le dropped and 1921 No tourney* were held bein award boxes which will be found tween 1914 and 1920 in all stores The IOO wiming ones will be drawn on Saturday afterneain, WORK OF ROAD a’ Cliv Hall plaza * :th Mayor WH (HESTER RESIDENT FACING CHARGES Chaule* F, Frazier, of F.**t Hr enth *frert this rity. wax h"Jd under IK.QO bn ii for further haring Saturday tieing arranged befoje ,h Municipal Court, Wilmington. ilam Ward . presiding WILL NOT ( ONSLLT LOC AL OFFICIALS BAA inc; BROGRESSES IC* Rf I LRN III < 41 I MIR MA HARRISBURG. Pa. Mav 18 'UP) Increases in the number of auto- Mr* Harry Hart and daughter of Lo* Angeles Calif. will leave for their home on May 29 Mrs Hart ha* bern mobile accident*. In fatalities and in spending the past two month* in the number injured were reported bv Chester with her family and is now STERRETT NAMED Y. BL L A. CHIEF Score* of youth*, who seek tnfor matron about enlistment in Civilian Conservation Corp* daily deluge the offices of Mayor William Ward, Jr who direct them to the Work of iniproi from Lincoln aire* nue, i* the latter part of the rRr,v P*rl r>f U‘; terferred with the return of favorab tion*. a large force after Lynn. Del. yesterday. Frazier wa* arrested on a charge of uttering a worthier* check Tuesday afternoon. At the police station, he wa* questioned, more than an hour, When he was being searrhed by Turnkey Davidson, a 45 calibre revolver wa* found on him. *o a charge of carrying a concealed deadly weapon    wa* placed    again.'1    him Frazier said he had intended to pawn the gun    The woititles* r b^ck    wa* uttered to Francis A OConnell <i the nun#    in-    Shuster*#    Inc, 833    Market rrc but ‘in    e    HU    Rep-ember    26, 1932 a tiler condi gn* rn tnanh memlj Ut Varsity Atten Trainin Hui ton throng! Reserve was made reg of Wenonah / entry The young nu of the 112th Fir Guard of New J lf Hutton Hu either or both < Daniel E Greer pi .neipa I s plare Frank Cline 8 clear field The surer ciful the academy Iou a ii A ihj Him “ti It* f tv football c Hi on the var» wti Aeadem -f of the Oerrni fail he plaved < V fore ball team tiding the Cit i/ ng Cor jib ramp *r* at right at Oer-wa* also a town rrew. Wenonah Ti t I adem Jr i/en* Military for three year* fourth j car d a tion of the mg Corps He color sergeant soon atter his low a member tilery, National til* to survive examination*, succeed to the he should fall. rill have a if not the most important bill the President ha* presented to Congress," Houghton said On motion of Representative Rngoii D, Arkansas, the committee adopted a resolution Treating a subcommittee lo study the anti-trust law suspension* provided in the bill* Ragnn wa* named chairman Re(retarv Woodin was the first witness railed In a brief statement he endorsed Houghton* summary of the importance of the measure and then in-trourrd Budget Director Douglas coauthor of the bill and chief spokesman of the administration The $3 ion OOO/KIO public work* fund will he spent partly by the Federal Government and partly will be *d-vamed lo statea and municipalities. Tile broad terms of the measure permit its use for building warship*, military aircraft, public roads. Federal building*, flood control, work*. river and harbor improvement*, slum replacement* Selection of the Individual project* I* left to the President and an administrator to be appointed by htni. A llttle-no?Ired paragraph in th# 22-pHge hill would give to th* Presi- Cnnlinuer! on Page Twenty-six Congress Today (Ut UNITED mrs#) NENATE Hear* testimony in Louderback impeachment trial. Conferee* meet on securities regulation bill. Finance Committee consider* nomination* I liter* t a Ie Commerce Committed continue* redrafting railroad bill. IID! xE mg Coin Ord road t to Central ave-rapidly. During last w cr g and the pet t hi# lift! gnu win remain ». during whL tinned milita ion, the latter j    _ J.t ai.ria rd lint- , Routine legislation four-veal term Wa* and Means Committee begin* iv of 17ho jar hearings on public works-mdustry subsistence a1- control bill. hi* total rom-1 $1 OOO yearly on West Point lied a second I opicsot I lines Cl IKON Kit AKKAN0E8 KOK TWO INQUESTS .    . , ,    ,    ,.    .    bv the contractor    to « headouar ers of the CiiesUr Relief HlR,lwav and ramily Welfare Association Ever since he assumed office Mayor W'ard has taken a keen interest in the welfare of unfortunates and has aided scores without any though of J ll;ut™'SS IS,*?" SnSTK,    Ne*'    S*ewl*r.v.    Apiminlcd    recompense    When the government imk-n 'bo* .lr. .til HUOT- p..«.    ■    ...    I     I    ii—.I.    A...    ^'*2.'°..^''    ' w Htnkson H for her home Mrs Hart has resided in Lo* Angeles for the past ll years. ii I*.'•"ii    iv»(r    y    rd.*,    h    rompared    With    the sirnl- here she will remain until she leaves j"r >^j”    * The report showed 13.594 accident*. in which 602 were killed and 13 479 FUGITIVE >1 RHI MDF RN Maurice Lasch. 38, n former non-fatal!v injured between January I and Mav I of this vear In 1933. for the same period the department employe and Philadelphia Republican recorded 1*2 440 accident*. 583 fatal! organization committeeman, sought ties and 11.057 person* mimed on a fugutive warrant for three years surrendered yesterday to face charger of embezzling. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Rf United Pre**) LEA EE (’OLLAESES; IND. FARMS MF:NAC'ED to Local Branch, Succeeds E. AA. Sheffield Directors of the Young Men s Christian Association have announced the appointment of a ne* general secretary of the local a nociation, ar successor to E!%on W Sheffield, who retired from active work ax head of the local association last fall after 25 years of service. The new appoint* well known to mar citv, was conner •ituatior of the patio the Mayor quirie.*    He sough? information and. to the great surprise of official*, learned from Colonel F Cl 'I urner. U. 8 Cavalry, in charge of recruiting in Philadelphia that municipal offi- f men employed orri the 8ta*« part ment let the contract, ha* been at work with a road scraper, and dump tru<*' They ate now working between Tilghman street and Central avenue Tile roadway has b#rn flowed <n traffic between Lincoln .k*reet and been iv ii y unemployment omril av<>nuP „nri mm ha _ put* mg se jar ted vouth* pout sri notifying person* the highi to work in tin* manner,    closed to traffic was besieged with in-    _......    — MITCHELL RONDS UP AT HIS TRIAL Transaction^, in HiL'H Fiu-u res, With His AAifu, Revealed J r. m n (induct two i Deputy Third and afternoon, Germany* one wish us for jiear# and indejiendence That being til# * ne wi ii as th*? of a hen-pecked husband w-e know in the First ward, We haven t amt any parcel carrier# advtiiud for Chester Day. but mo*! married women wiLl bring him along. ung $22,(MMI,(MN) STEEL ORDER IS PLACED be sited AT t III Rf HILL DOWNS I—Gfibert Elston. ng I vi. c ASSEMBLY PRESENT4 1 IGN ‘Percnal* Adventure" a playlet written bv Anna May Ward a student of JOB grade in the Chester High 20 years a ietary of which turn S.nee leav Chester Y tuiuousiy encage suit* of Y M i come to Chester of service a* gen Young Men * Christi Scottsboro. Pa. Hl‘ mg the taking over o June I, will be back mud Sterre id*nm of ti d with the local a r* abc tor CHpacitV of hr mien! VINCENNES. Ind. May IS INS* - More than 15,000 acres of farm land in Knox county were inundated when a large section of the Wabash river levee, near Emison, Ind , col- soc .a tion for a number ot lapsed early today Flood water* rushing through the broken levee were spreading today over a vast area in northern Knox -Thistle Tom, 0<e*n Hight B<*nni    county    Many bottom land farmers Viewf Crest* Run Kievette, Tete.    were forced to leave their homes Re. Night Jasmine, Pretty Monk,    per?* w-re received that considerable 3— (None).    livestock was lost. I—1 None i. 5—Jodie K. 6—’ None I. lf one .    >(((w|j w    ,ltI>    T, m „ $—Preiiy Penny, Trotted Balder-    dem o*!    lOB grade in The Ch'Ater H ^h    Junf    I. will    be    backed dash. Nui kola Bm Watch Tower.    Srho0l    wRented for the enter-    CP'L'n’    ref0[d    of    'r'r'”,P amonf **11 tamment of the students at assembly ’ iiirf.    f retirement of Mr in the auditorium of the school thi* Sheffield, no appointment of a gen-mn-ninp Th> m»>mKar* n(    era! secre arv had been made and rials would r Chester * quota was (ailed During a tense moment week’s meeting of Council, ti from Col Turner to the Mayo! was read, but not commem e The letter in part read "The selection is in the h I oral authorities for two reasons First, because the movement is a ti. of t civil flair I direct an a better f sec) nd Pl ral P tndlv. tho1 immeoia’e Bion to rr mendations than those with local conditions." The letter pointed ny! Frances Price la in ch* work. ■ who have control are ike rerom* unfamiliar NEW YORK, May 18 <UP* — leonard A Keyes, office manager for J P Morgan Ac Co, was recalled to PtTT*Hi?ii(;u iiau ^Q ivKTGE testfly todsy in the trial of Chair lex PITT SBI    M a, 18 (INS h Mltchf„ banker, an used of e »d- Fhe American Bridge Company to- mg income tax payments tor 1929 dav announced receipt of final con- and 1930. teatL% for $22fiOOWkJ worth of steel    was    questioned briefly ai>ov to be used in con lr ic tion of the San LhrrP »nortgage» given by Mitrhe I to Francisco-Oakiand bridge.    Morgan in 1931, totaling approxi- Approximately 124 000 ton* of ovately ll .500,000 as additional sr -true?ural steel are included in the bority for Mitchell* heavy borrow-order* mo * of whi^h will be fab- in* , . ru ated a? tile Ambridge ^nd Gary Although the mortgage* »e The case* will be thoxc Dawson, late of 1711 Wain who wa* instantly killed la morning when he stepped open batch and fell hcadlon hold of a ship at the Bun f mg and Dry dock Com pan too? of Morton avenue, at Peterson, Negro, wiiose iff« 'mas found on Monday mon 8 on the track* of th# Pen Railroad, near Highland avg Jo n J. Ut :fleet, it Friday into an I into the ihipbuild-,•’* plant, d Walter leu* body ling May nsylvania nue, with Ttirill see excitement down at th) Lloyd Mreeb cr* do their :cr* can find plenty of my old day by sitting • comer of Third and and watching the driv-atuff. d ii TWO I.MIK TEH IN MCMATH KIDNAPING Several xcore motor ixia were held up rn Philadelphia yesterday bv » defective draw- bridge, ‘^nothing at ell! Several hundred are held up every day in Chicago by bandit*. Pre.'ident Roosevelt says the greatest way to get a message to the public iv to use the newspaper*. Support the President! Someone ha* been mean enough to suggest school authorities could economize by doing away with music departments. It might make fewer notes in circulation. Mr* the plants of Ame,* iran Bridge and bv Arm rn .in Hire; A Wire Company Com prim off! a)-    *;< d *he\ Re lieved the order the large*t of it* kind ever let. Draftsmen will begin work imme- livered in 1931. they were n corded until March of * when Morgan and Co paid $5 fees for recording tilers, chargi fees to Mitchell'/ account Edward F Barrett a vice BAP INS1 nett Mar non Max- , M-Bnrnstable on srgit JST ABI F A sped a jury this afterno vo indictment* eh id Cvril Buck I, with kidnaping the rase of ten-ye Peggs ' McMath. 18 Pf The remot# control phyneian* for- ntv merly had to hand out liquor pre-hdided seripticm* ha* been changed to di-g Ken- red control and limitless. ext or- ®'jr mu*^c editor tells us that most prima donnas are usually good cook*. We must admit moat of them has-# a good range. lid Mar* Detroit hi long peru etary of ti .conation ort*, folio-/ i duties her p by an e: l)|x( I sxEx I IN 4NC f> blately drawing plan* for the steel,    ^!aHrlna^ officials /aid A*?.ual fabrication will ' no?, star? until AugU't COM ORD COLK I he Weather I'ROHIHITION IMT Maid of Honor. Belen. AT BO44 IE I —Redlviv u*. Moon Khv Paddork. . 2—>urtec*, Pea Lough port. 3— Grace Blotter, Oadamund    Mr SwiYt, 44 el«h Beltv, Dark Ayr Donna Linda. 4—None, ,V—Ned O, Open Hearth 6—Vishnu 7—Soeur Blam he, Buhola. Trlham Clouds Day. \4eather, clear; track, fast. morning The members of the cast    .. were Anna May Ward, Edith Salmons.    tbf dut.os    of    he    < ffi-    r-    h.tvr be n George Bushy, Joseph Scotchard and    rarrlffl    on    by    the    department-ii er- Su*an Carter Music was furnished by    'L    bavc    b''Pn    •dvlsed    by the high school orchestra.    ’    William framer, at one time a YMCA secretary Mr Trainer Kil l.ED I NOER TR 4IN    offered    h:    ‘ervir<    in    <    ?empo:arv had control of Mrs Mitchells t and investment* was milled next Tnl DVL’4' TG4IGUDAIU I want to ask you a personal ques- I OI IC.NF, I 1 031 (J ti KO Vs tion," said MaxD    __________ counsel. “You appear to have a WILL MEET TONIGHT nervous twitching of your eves. Are -.ou conaclou^of it You^re no? wink-    {q    gft underway today will open slightly warmer tonight; Frid*y. in- tomorrow Up until noon todav there creasing cloudiness, prohablr *how-were 131 entile received by Joseph cr* Friday night and in extreme west C. Luke, chairman of the tourna- portion in afternoon, ment committee The tournament Western Pennsylvania; Fa r, will conclude Sunday. George H Houston,    president of the Baldwin Locomotive    Work.*, spoke yesterdav at a regional conference on aerounting held ar the Manufar-    ______ ,nr Croliibiiion rn thu. *Or    BwrMt pn.a Hih ^ubject wax    Accounting .^r    c,ty    ttljj    turn    out    this evening    and    tainlv    not ” -Pi;.I?    ■    attend    the    meting    to    be held    in    the    In    hi*    eros*-examination of Bar The Concord Country Club's invitation golf tournament originally sched- 44 48HINGTON, .May IS—t UPI — \4>ather forecast: I axtern Pennsylvania:    Fair    and fir . rr'j,l doirmbntt ,(nr,nUi rnntml    ‘    mc    iii    put    rn»i*r*»niin8uuii    'n    da    i- and cox? ‘acrountina in* a'! of The r    Fellows    Temple    Eighth    and    rett,    Bteuer    elicited    the    fart.    that    Mr and cr, accounting in a.) or ,neir 6proul strrP. Kpeakers who win and Mr*  .....» — - —• inous aspect*. GASOLINE THIE4 EK BLAMED ATTEMPTED ROBBERY Sharon Hill police this morning re- Mitchell previously had address the meeting are. Col. Patrick financial dealings with each other Callahan of Louisville Ky., and Dr. On May 14. 1920, a letter to Mrs William T Ellis, of Swarthmore. The    Mitchell from her husband revealed. Gasoline thieves last night ignited    former is a nationally known speaker    Mitchell borrowed $125,000 in bonds    reived report of an attempted rob- capacify until    final appointment    several cans of the liquid on the new    and Dr Ellis has appeared before    from hu wife. the bonds being turned    berv at the Church of the Holy NIAGARA FALLS. N Y May 18    could be made bv the board    state highway being built between    many audiences in this city and    over to the Farmers* Loan and Trust    Spirit, in which a dom was reported 'UP*—Hugh McGuire.    56, Weft    Upon coming    to Che. tor shortly    Glen Mill* and Cheyney, damaging a    county in the prohibition eau e It    Co . to support Mitchell s credit with    to have bern pried off The rector Philadelphia, died todav    from in-    before beginning    h.r duties on June    trac'nr and a road shovel Concord-    is experted that large delegations    th*? institution In December of the    of the church, Rev, Joseph P. Mon- juries received when he    wa* run    first Mr Sterrett    will ir.eice hu res;-    Ville firemen were railed out to 2X-    representing the various cnurches    same year the bonds were returned    Ville, said nothing had been taken over by an Erie freight train.    ‘deuce    here.    ‘ tuguiah the b'^rzuhg hflUicL    vt Ll aliener the n.eeimg.    to Mrs. MruheU.    Irani the church interior. slightly warmer in south portion to-night; Erldav, showers. Nrw Jersey. lair tonight and friday; warmer tonight. TODA VS IL VIPER ATI BI 6 a. rn. 7 a. rn. 8 a rn. 9 a. rn IO a. rn. ... 50 ll a. rn. ,.. 52 Noon ... ...60 I p. rn. .. 62 2 p.m. 64 66 6a 63 70 ;