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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TW FLY'K MNT.IS. ENDING DECEMBER 31. 193* 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.606. FRANCE HOLDS UP FOUR-POWER PAIT ON IO-YEAR PEACE Decides Guarantees Not Sufficient to Warrant Signature at Once Had Agreed to the Rome Proposition ; Now to Consult Parliament Da. V leaded Win* Rf port* of United Pre** I UP) and International New* Service ■ INS) CH ESTE K. PA.. TI’KS ll AV. MAV 30, 1933 PRICE, TWO CENTS THE WORLD S FAIR-EST PARIS Mav 30—«UP'—Its political life at stake, the French Government today shattered hopes of immediate signature of the Mussolini Four-nation Treaty binding Europe's chief powers to keep the peace for ten years. The Cuncil of Ministers, that met under President Albert Lebrun, decided that guarantees to France were not yet sufficient to warrant her signing. Optimistic reports from London and Rome, which went so far as to “arrange’* initialling of a draft at Rome tonight or tomorrow, had roused almlTlar optimism here. There were strong Indications that Premier Edouard Daladier would recommend approval of the draft in its present form provided promised salc-guards against hasty revision of the World War Treaties materialized But the government stuck to an From tea room cashier to Quern of undertaking made immediately after Beauty at the ( rnturv of Progress the installing of a rough draft of the Exposition in ( hieago is the Cinder-treaty at Rome IO days ago This cha story rome true fr Lillian \n-was to cor ult parliament regarding derson, of liar inc. YI’is., pictured here in regal robes after her coronation. The 125-pound, five-foot six-ineh blond beauty took the $5,000 first prize from 50 fair competitors. GOVERNMENT IS SCHOOL BOARD READY TO EXPOSE ADOPTS BUDGET COUNTY RUM RING FOR FISCAL YEAR SETTING AND CHIEF ACTOR IN DRAMA OF NATIONAL RECOVERY Survey of Conditions Is Completed; Noted Prosecutor Assigned to Case Announcement Is Made That 35 Teachers Will He Dropped From Roll Chester Center of Activity, Tax Rate of Eleven MHU with* the signature. This means the treaty will come under a heavy fire of political opponents of the government, and may cause delay in negotiations with other governments unless concessions can be wrung from thdrn -eager as they are to make some progress before the t meeting of the World Economic Conference at London, June 12 At the cabinet meeting, Daladier informed the ministers in detail of the negotiation of the four-power treaty. He said these and disarmament negotiations were progressing favorably at Geneva and Rome. He reiterated the government's desire for safeguards, in the Mussolini treaty, regarding the Versailles treaty clauses in the League of Nations Covenant It was necessary, he said, to await the decision of the little Entente allies of France—Czcchoslocakia, Rumania and Jugoslavia—regarding their view of the sufficiency of safeguards against hasty or ill considered revision of the World War treaties. Minister of Finance Georges Bonnet reported on the international financial situation. ESCAPES ‘PEN* GROUNDS GR ATER FORD. Pa . May 30 'INS)—Police throughout the east- LOCAL RESIDENT REFUSED DIVORCE JudRC Marl hide. Dismissing Suit, Sets Aside Master’s Recommendation Declares I ’. S. A Horne} in This District Several severe headaches and many bad cases of "litters" were here today following publi I a dispatch from Washing^ that the U S Oovernmei thorough investigation of all j crime and rum-running and is ready to expose rac ' in this county. The probe by government has been conducted with gre creey during the past .-e\eral n and is said to have produced mate-, rial on which indictments will be sought against many persons, some reputed to be more or less prominent. Chet A Keyes, sometimes called I Ninety-nine Per Cent. Keyes." star pro,renter the Government ui. recently retired to private practice in Kansas City, is said to have bren "recalled to the Federal service" to prosecute the cases in this county. Keyes recently prasecuted the Shoot).OOO rum ring in Philadelphia, sending many to jail For several years past it has been repeatedly rumored that a grand expose of rarketdom in this county would be made. The first threat came following the conviction in 1931 of several comrades, who were jailed on graft charges United States Attorney Edward Wf Wells admitted today in Philadelphia that a probe had been conducted in this county, and that this city was the center of activity. He denied knowing any of the findings, rn his office did not handle the investigation William Dunnigan, head of the special agents of the Department of Justice admitted that the probe had been conducted, but added that he is Approved; Effort Lower Ratu l ail> to reported school I ration of rn D. C, contract present it has a »ged vice, last ever activities director keteering Broad a un he expiri year, It w a mecum s held in the La nd Crosby street *se names were I receive immed rd* action. Ti I view of ncress, Upon the board - budget so thn in in balancing ' givin to the si in Bl arts rectors approve ir the coming I x pend it tire € with last y< The tax rat Ran ( ontinued on rage I ive WOMAN DRIVER RI NS DOWN 2 ROYS em section of th? state today sought divorce. Henry' Q. Sweney, at -Huston Hanlon, 26, who escaped from torney for Mrs. Noden, filed rxccp-the new Eastern Penitentiary here (ions to the Master’s report and Judge Albert Dutton MacDade yesterday set aside the Master’s recommendation that a divorce be granted Elmer J. Noden. 45, of 13 Beechwood    - road, Parkside, from Mrs. Bertha Losing control of her automobile Mvers Noden. 40. of Swarthmore, and    proceeding along Lindsay street j « j . J!    .,. .    yesterday    afternoon. Mrs. Anna dismissed Noden s divorce libel.    Deutsch.    of 211 Sunnyside avenue. Noden, a letter carrier in this city, ran over two small children when her committee was suing his wife for a divorce on auto bounced over the sidewalk and the grounds, that she deserted him in UP upon a terrace. The two victims August. 1929. The Master, James B were Lawrence and Joseph Trout, Robertson, found that desertion had sons of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Trout, been established and recommended -*18 Lindsay street, who were in front of their home. The youngsters were taken to the Chester Hospital, hort-a come due to decreased ta dons n bude a total e compared with last year $1,030.WK) will remain at ll mills, the last year. The tax rate w upon by all members of t present at the meeting wit! ceptlon of Janus L. Rankin a Doherty, who attempted to for a reduction to IO nulls a resolution offered by Mr Members ol tile school district Iii cia! survey committee of the Dela County Chamber of Commerce, sat for two hours with the dite< In executive session, came to meeting prepared to suggest a re tmn of half a mill, which was rived at after their investigate. In the report furnished by Hie vestigator of the Chamber of c meree, David H Kurtzman. who i ducted both city and county invi stations for the Chamber o merce last winter, the figure: tentative budget set up by ll mittee did not differ greatly total from those of the school proposed figures which were a however the difference ordure matter of estimated shortage tieipated revenue. The c estimated the percentage of ut iblc taxes as .somewhat Jowl last year, while the commute allowance for the same figur the current year. The repost hewed that for t PAY TRIBUTE TO HEROIC DEAD OF THREE WARS Memorial Day Heins; Generally Observed in All Parts of the County Parade and Impressive Ceremonies at the Ixx*al ( emeterics. Features VV j those ! that fSiJI Mental th day. md the c u>uth« ws IU ory of es so ti time ich su w first although gal hollow more state* revere the memory pro dead until today it is holiday in the year when i throughout the country at hertng place* of sorrow -yea, and patriotic events f hamlet through-d breadth of tho in ini Coin -of the ’ rom-1 their bon rets1 I opted. in t twin an-rectors Herr i-* .• new photogranh of the •u'Hin*’ on whb-h Ute r\rn of Hie world .ire centered —the V'bile ll<»u*e attire villi President I ranklln IL Roosevelt »* tied ,»* the Hi "k from which many dr.islh .md momentous d*'< I •lions affecting not only Ute United State* Gut world peace and economic recovery, have bren made during hi* arduous first three months in office. ( ontinued on Page J ive M v I OR T. E PRH E ORDERED TO PENNA. where it was found Lawrence, aged 5 yesterday while making wire repairs judge M. cDade upholding these ex- was the more seriously injured. Th* given ceptions. refused to grant the divorce. The Nodrns were married on March outside the walls. Hanlon w an 18 months’ sentence in York county, in September, 1932, for robbing a box car. FILES DIVORCE SUIT RENO. Nev, May 30 'INS) Walter U Reisinger, secretary-trta surer of a Newark. N. J. corporation, today had on til'* a suit to divorce Carne F Reisinger, Elizabeth. N. J. He charged cruelty. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt United Press) Cavalry. machine passed over his stomach and he sustained a serious head injury. 8. 1919. in this city, and made their    Joseph, aged 4 was sent home after home in Parkside. They frequently    treatment for a head injury. Mrs. quarreled, according to the testimony.    Trout was in the rear of her home *;”}bppu and in 1924 and 1925. Mrs. Noden leit    and Mrs Newlin Carr, a neighbor, her husband and lived with her    was holding th- infant son of Mrs. mother, Mrs. Georgianna Myers, of    Trout at the time of the accident, Ewarthmoir She returned, on each    standing close to the scene Mrs. Carr fainted and required medical attention. Mrs. Deutsch was held in $300 bail for a further hearing on June 7 at She dented deserting her husband in    police headquarters. She was in a 1929 saying that "she withdrew from    highly nervous condition after the ac- the home because her husband abused    eident This morning, the young vic- .--—    tim in the hospital was somewhat im- pines at th Continued on Page t ive    proved, although the extent of his —-    internal injuries has not been fully FLAMES DESTROY    determined Third Corps Ai the United Stat nounced Hie forwarding of Major Terrill E Prue. Un! i headquarters a Army has an CRISIS SEEN NEAR IN MORGAN PROBE BY SENATE GROUP Future Conduct id Inquiry to He Settled at ( tim mittee Session Resumes ToniorroYv; (’mizens and Glass in Quarrel Over Methods SHOW ERS TODAY; FAIR TOMORROW md with ;h ch Hic at 4 inc d< n tell Hay md md HOUSE PASSES GOLI) RESOLUTION RY 283 TO 57 VOTE Repeals Clause in All Government and Private • ha* it* usual Memorial tram, featured by a parade veteran* of three war* will lcuous, lire marcher* will ' Journey in Chester Rural and atter conducting their t the Soldier* Circle, they idressed by a host of widely speakers, including Mayor Ward. Jr. The address of will be made by State Rep-I resentstive Edward Notimagle. This morning, veteran* of all wars, I assisted by members of the Pennsyl-I vantion National Guard, visited the cemeteries in and around the city I and gave tile dead the military salute of three volleys and the sounding of J " l aps " Special services were conducted in many of the churches and I clergymen also visited the remetene* | and offered prayers for the departed I soldiers. Overcast skies and periodic shower* ! during the early morning hour* did I not dampen the spirit of the hundreds who had planned outings, this being the day many park* and amusement* place* are officially opened. Roads were filled wdth pleasure* bent groups in decorated automobiles, trains, buses, boat* and other Iran*- Continued on Page Fix* ANTI-REPEAL GROUP NAMES DELEGATES 42. in 1884 A 21 Tim rn . F. 1919, . and stern ('outraces MrFailden, Roosevelt; Pa., Assails Say to tat ion* >ignim d .State d in th 'mal rn hi? with the ard. al •turn ic occasion, however, and they lived together until August 16, 1929. when they finally separated. Mrs. Noden contested the divorce AT VV YERINGTON l*\I!K 1—(None). 2—Afire Petty. Lamp Black. 3—Mis* farolium, Printemn*. Sa hath. I— None), 5—Foolhardy. 6—Sir Ten. 7—Barney Sexton. 8— None), Weather, cloudy; track, fa-'. BARREL OF TAK STATE WILL ENFORCE SANITATION LAW who is nov e Islands, duty aa instructor o] Pennsylvania Nan Lewisburg. Pa . up< the United States Major Price is w-< city and is the son William G Prier-, Jr eomrnanding offlc Varna National Cm ard Price a brother of Oeneial Price, is also en duty in the Philip-prcsent time, where he in command of a regiment of infantry. He will return to the United State* next spring, having received orders to stay in the Islands another year, due to the President’s economy plans for the army. W ll known in tins of Major General I , recently retired •r of Hie Pennsyl-brd Colonel How- SHU Dispute t Repn. Mi over proof ligation of a secret n committee The full gat ion pro come of ll old friends filii SS Ft pocketful c 30 -«UP» rs Con/,< ii Dem. V) mate invw Co, threat rat! the Un on the cen the I W*i FOLK E BUREAU UNVEILS SHAM Tribute1 to the Memory of Departed Comrades; Impressive < cremonies Star Is \\ oiling; w 1HINGTON, I ration resoluti tandard clan* aud private :t() bv Ho! Hr Hon* of F< Jon Of Moi interpreted the new,sj in unfair p Hill with n als and abusive frequent intrr-Peeora s examiners had been feet* Gou/en-ive placed him >efore the pub- The Adit repealing the in all govern- contract* was House yesterday With a specific nil*- limiting debate to six hour*, final action came after a small, but vociferous, minority had assailed the measure as government repudiation of obligations. The vote was 283 to 57 The measure now goes to the Ren- Hi unit Rev. Will mon a ah I>r tribute to men who wear Hic i of a policeman, wa* paid by arx la J. Tucker, O, 8 F. B, of Kton, Del., dining the cere. meld* ntal to the unveiling Of erected to the memory of derm rn ber* of the Chester Police ate, where indications pa .cd Just a* expedle Presenting the Bani renev Committee's fa-Chairman .sn mall of the Hon I- the legislat Olive fine- AT BOWIE Huge clouds of smoke    rolled skyward immediately in the    rear of the    ..    ,    ,    ~~    77    7 . ~    ,,    ,    ,    #*    «.    Merchants    of    this cliv, who offer J l ewis Crozer Home yesterday after- ff)r salf to ^ pub,Jc    arUcIfv    ag0 {h, noon shortly after 2 o'clock. and as meats, pastry and other articles Agrtcult flames leaped high in the air as the of merchandise on which th" State contents of a tar barrel, being used Legislature had enacted legislation decreeing that all such articles be covered with netting, as a precautionary measure against infection or disease by    flies,    are    being    watched during the summer month* for viola- bv workman making alterations at the home, became ignited No damage was done by the fire other than the destruction of the barrel and its contents However, VITI V I OK UK I NM became known, a few days the State Department of '    is engaged in a    drive against owners of unlicensed dogs, many residents of the city have made applications to the various magistrates    for    licenses for their    pets Magistrates    Edward Shumway,    of the Seventh, and Frank X Lee, of the The not lr or an Pecort tactics Coir man, I and G their I Ration hot But h P that he van A C Th F ment, this morning, services were witnesser (I.-, who parked City Hall J lit being located on the n< r Tucker said: I In by Pr< to the pcrp of the Unit Opponent sure would government nt It* ire Temperance and religious organizations opened their campaign yesterday to prevent this state from endorsing repeal of tire Eighteenth Amendment. Thirty-six individual* were named Polit ira! f)V * he delegates at Harrisburg and from this number will be chosen IS 1 anti-repeal candidates for election aa I delegate* to the state convent ion to consider repeal, or retention of the Eighteenth Amendment in December. Two Delaware county residents are among the 36 selected. John Q. Pew, of Moylan, and Mrs. A W Kamel!, of lansdowne, John A McSparran, Lancaster county, dry advocate, la-ads the list. Under Hie recently enacted law, the Pennsylvania voter* will elect 15 delr-gates-af-large November 7 to a state convention to meet in December to consider repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment.    ♦ tv of the CK Ii br min told .went tai mmrnt Ult ( \er- 1—Hose Count, Snappy Story, seise. 2—Prince Neptune, f-elaxe. Decorum, War Tide, Judge Primrose, Buane. 3—I iuniu, 4 usco. 4—Do Tell, Oslo, Ever lair, King Bird. 5— None). 6—Night Vintage, Uncle Donald. 7—skirt. Postponement. Oregon Fir. Hot ( ake, Vxentea, silver Scepter. Weather, clear; track. fast. many inquiries were received at the tions. hospital bv persons in the central sec- According to report*, a representation of Chester, who saw the flames rive of the health department is and smoke. Workmen and hospital working in the city checking up on all employes-extinguish the fire within a violators. All found not co-operating few minutes. From a distance the will be served with a summons to ap-fire appeared to be in a small building pear before a magistrate for hearing adjacent to a house located in the rear of the Home. Eighth wards, report that they have So sharp bren kept fairly busy during the past few days procuring the necessary tags for owners pn ( VKRILTIS I ii V IUW W ll VIT BUYS WAYNE PROPERTY All the Chester Time boys will be the guest* o PLANS PREPARED AT B VINT Kl DGF PARK Bell 1— None). 2—Must, /,ombre, Juggernaut. ( ap, Breeches, Thorese Girl. 3—Aurir*, Huon lime. Blithe, tree Helen, llasola, Red Polly. 4—J err. 5— None). 6—Portam. Sweepingly, Chalk Eye, Pompeia. 7—' None i. 8—Cabama, St. Jim. fill !n, Sam (ole. Baigdora, Prince Reno. Weather, clear; track, fast. Whaling Com pa n  0j giant w! F. Wells McCormack ha* purcha*ed Welsh street* to the brownstone and clapboard house 7 39' p ni \ Private plans and specification* of IO room* and three baths in the have been prepared for alterations Colonial Village Wayne, on a tract to the Nether Providence township of I'a acres, from John H. Mr-public school, for which the school Clatchy Settlement has been made lx>ard are taking bids to be opened on the property, which was held for on June 7,    sal** at $22,000, nevi - pap«r H)e Pacific • exhibition Sixth and evening at be a IOO per youngsters cpected turn-out th th Senate t bate I im ■ mind to his deat alarm im nicationz by Coiiz' J Fe< or tile M HOCU S C I OsED TOI) VV Student* of Chester High school as well as pupils in ail other .schools in this city, are granted a holiday today in observance of Memorial Dav It ls the last holiday of the season before the closing of school. himself rive from N<■ -a Y the invest pledges o Roosevelt assure the funds n'T» thorougli inquirv But the general 1 mg and Currenc for today will > a n nan from Mich- came six v »r? ago Genet a I i by i’ecoi'ii He -fohn Logan, commander-ln-chlei f»f been friends out Hie CL A H. made public the cum,obi ) in the lnvestl- decorating the graves of those *d v'c*terday in 'addlers wiio during the Civil War ie Senate floor ; lo*t their lives for the Union • .    - rd- become that. -Since then we have extended He ion in which ' J torn to the extent of making of the rear of the this flay America's All Souls Day rupted floor de- or the Commemoration of All the Faithful Patriots Departed "In vain would we celebrate the memory of their bodies lying buried in the dust unless we believed that their souls go marching on. "Among the souls of the Faithful Patriots Departed, none are more worthy of our reverent remembrance than tho ,e of the custodians of our Renewed civic right*, the guarantor* of our public safety, our deceased poly-men “It is most fitting that on this have charged the tnea-formally repudiate tile promise to j>ny rn much ♦ he same way as foreign government* have repudiated war debt payments to the United States. Representative Luce of Ma a setts. Ma ires, of Michigan, and I bark. of New Jersey, all Republ) charged the United State* was br lag it* word to its creditor * But their opposition was in 1 INT IP I ENT BLAZE District firemen were called out .hostly after ll oclock last night to quell a blaze that broke out rn a small shed in the rear of Third and Crosby street*. The blaw* was discovered by a resident of the locality, who ^a* attracted by the dense moke cloud*. The damage wa* Might. lite •hi- am ak- I Kl I opicsof l imes ain. 'urging. Gla >.* spoke hi;-jti/ejr <i..i, now blame . threats and other lea* >u' quite unkind com mu-ijwm th** firm stand taken in supporting Pecora cheduled to ar-tfKlay to resume Ion tomorrow. — ipjKiri from President re the committee of all ( on 11 ii lied un Page I ive PROGRESS MADE WITH ROAD IMPROVEMENT rap pr conduct a ™ hanking ting of the Bank-Committee called r profoundly the ('ontinued on Last Rage c cord road, between Lincoln and Central avenue, is be ing y put in condition for rcsur-with concrete. work of grading the highway < n completed for approximately the dust an ce between Hie two and the work of layli ■ie foundation will be Ma it time. Now that the Century of Progress tit ui Jins opened in Chicago, hey will certainly attribute most of li'ir progress to the fact that Al Capone and his pals are in jail. Wildwood life guards are equipped rlth needle and thread to repair athing suit*. Bet they are hoping he girls go out for a ripping, good line. ' Frow n exercise* 50 muscle* in ice,'' .say* a doctor. Moral! Take ss exercise. ( oniimietl on Rage Five Postmasters in County May Not Complete Terms QUEST FOR REER WOODIN SLATED LEADS TO TROUBLE TOQUITTREASURY Roy Braman gets a lot of fun out elf tLihiiig Some of his pal* get more fun out of telling about their fishing he j trips, in 1    _    -- Offering the Bonus Army a job in ! a forest 1* one w ay of getting em to mise trees instead of something else. Wolfenden Heads House Republicans Team A woman political worker predict* the day when women wtU be getting men* wage*. They have been for years and years, pipe* the much married man. Times Classified Ad. Proves Worth When a dog Is lost, there is real sorrow for the owner. How' can a person assuage that sorrow’ Well, one way is to try and get the pet back. The best method is to advertise his lass That’s just exactly what the Rev. T. Harold Hill. pastor of Marcus Hook Baptist Church, did recently when he lost his pet. It was a Baston bull terrier The license was on the collar. He inserted a small classified ad in the Times. The dog came back. Shortly after the paper appeared on the street* he received a telephone call. The caller told him he had found his dog. It was returned. "What can be more satisfactory than a small ad. in the Chester Times?’’ said the cleric today. "I am certainly gratified and should I ever be so unfortunate as to lose anything again I will immediately resort to the Chester Time* for aid.” WASHINGTON. May 3<U Twenty-three Republican postmasters in Delaware county drew a deep breath when Pastmaster General Fa. ley announced they would be allowed to complete the terms to which they were appointed, will find within the next few weeks that the assurance of the patronage chieftain should have been liberally sprinkled with salt. The Postoffice Department, presumably with the knowledge and authority of Farley, is demanding the resignation of holdover postmasters by the score, and the helpless jobholders are perforce submitting The substitution of Democrats for Republicans us being worked so quietly that Lynne, February 14,    1935; Darby. June I. 1936; Drexel Hill, June I, 1936. Lexington. June IO, 1936; Mar-    ..    '    .    , cus Hook. April 4 1936 Moylan. Or- I U (> Philadelphia I OUthS, tober IO. 1933; Newtown Square, February 5, 1936, Norwood Station. June IO. 1936; Prospect Park, January 9. 1935; Radnor. January 8. 1934: Ridley Park. June IO, 1936: Saint Davids, February IO, 1934; Swarthmore, January 5. 1935; Upland. June 20. 1934; Villenova. January 9, 1935; Wayne, April 4, 1936: Woodlyn. March 17, 1936. WI VK TIM OI GANGSTERS NEW YORK, May 30- 'INS' Jo^- Held for ( our! Trial on Burglary Charges Two South Philadelphian,' who?-' quest for free beer caused 'hem to ne held on burglary charges, were released under $2 000 bail each following habeas corpus proceedings before Judge John M. Broomall yesterday. Tile defendant* are George Hinkle, of the 1500 block South Twenty- WABBINGTON, May 30 • 1    ,    ,    help of Congressman Jam President Represented as fPndrnt of upper Darb. p Permitting Him to Select ^’publican [pndiv hop. to pp. or June IO, the defeat they administers h the Reasonable” Time The lineu] w ill include .des of th uonal field; J.vuppi, Lama >f the Democrat '.eraI former sis collegiate and Russel Elizey c Jeffers of Al The well-to-do couple aren't opening letters nowadays. They may mean team invitation to a commencement or a'h- a Junf* wedding. Both being about of eft- the same thing. Mul to the Democrats last ’.ear, in Tommie Mt Millen of South Cr [Ina, Jim Meade of Buffalo, annual baseball game between rn. rn- Richards, of South Carolina M WASH IN [ the Tre ti TON, Mn usury Woo ■r Conure*. > in the sir disclosure, favored w) y 30 Secretary din will resign adjourn* and irm of criticism i that he was 10 bought Mor- eph Trop, 46 jeweler, who figured J',uU-h street and Joseph ( of » u' “*k wui m u Mi quietly mat nrominentlv as the "fenre" for the thf’ 1300 block South Newkirk street, no suspicion of it has crept out until fnmous Whittemore gang of jewel Philadelphia Thev wert represented thieves, was dead today, the victim    A.^istant    Dis- of a gang rids. He was shot to death AttorneyP0f1 a repre-on a street corner on the lower East    the Side last night before the startled eyes of hundreds of spectators commonwealth at the BOMB ROI TS DANCERS now. Postmasters whose terms run into 1934. 1935 and 1936 are the ones being picked out to make way for the insistent demands of supporters of the present administration. The twenty-three postmasters In Delaware county, who may be asked to leave before their time as a con- PITTSBURGH. May 30—'INS* sequence of Farley's amended policy.    Scores of dancing couples fled to    house, Church    lane and    Darnell    ave and the date on which their terms    .safety today when a dynamite bomb    nue, Yeadon    Chief Earl Allen    ar- offlcially expire, are as follows:    let go in the entrance of the ‘Band companied by Patrolmen Latch. Allen Boothwyn. January 8 1934. Cines-    Box" East Liberty night club None    and Colkey, went to the    club and    arter, February IO 1936:    Clifton    was injured. Damage to the resort was    --— Heights, January 27, 1936; Crum slight.    4    Continued    on    Last    rage one of th gat) At Co. stock at bargain prices. This was learned on high authority after Woodin had returned from a cruise down the Potomac with the direction by the Democ President, on which the Treasury head offered to tender his resignation immediately if his pre*ence in ber* of both parties. The g.ime will be played in the local American League ball park Wolfenden will be catcher for the Republican". The pitching ann of Representative Vincent Carter of Wyoming is only one of the reasons Republican* are optimistic over their chance*. With Wolfenden promising to catch anything propelled in his atle outfit— Caldwell of Florida, Jennings Randolph of West Virginia. Charles West of Texas, Marmg Smith of Washington, Pat Bolin of Pennsylvania, John Wood of Georgia, John O’Connor of New York, lorn O.Mal-ley of Wisconsin. John Brown of Kentucky, and Hay Cannon of Milwaukee, famous baseball lawyer. Pitching for the Republicans will be Representative Vince Carter of Communists are planning a wail; on Washington next July. Anyone who ran walk in July Is worthy of recognition or "somepin.” Herman Kestner, the big repair man, can create showers, no matter w hat the official weather forecast may be, say Chief, I he Weather WASHINGTON, May 30— Weather forecast: I astern Pennsylvania: if they'n not too ho- Repro • hts- W. ming, who ’hoping hi* whip showers this afternoon and probably ti vc Charles Millard of New York,    will hold out," and or, the field will    tonight. Wednesday generally    fair manager of the G. O, P. team believe    be l eo Allen of Illinois. Everett    and not much change in temperature, the    Cabinet    wax    em ba missing    to    the    they will be able to take the measure    Dirk-on, of Illinois. Bill Lambert <011    Western Pennsylvania:    Iota! admin    ira'ion    of the Democrats    of Kin us, U lyses Guy cr of Kan us.    thundershower* this afternoon    gen- The two men were arrested on May    At the amt rime it wax learned    The game last year was an historic    Dr < Wiggleswarth of Massachusetts,    erallv fair tonight and    Wednesday 3. at 5 o'clock in the morning, after    Ihe President doe nor intend to    affair. Be bore a crowd of cele brit ie*    Fred Hartley ol New Jersey Hamil-    except possibly showers    in extreme neighbors had called the Yeadon po-    Woodin.    will permit his    the Republicans lammed the off'!-    ton F. Ii of New York. John Clark    r<4,, portions tonight;    not much lice and reported that burglars were    Cabin'’ officer to choose hi* own    mgs of Jim Meade of Buffalo with    of New York, Clarence Hancock of    change in temperature. of Hie    official    lam-    such effect that the Democrats in    New York, Ed Goss of Connecticut.    ---- By, but, it is understood, this must    disgust gave up keeping score In    Walter Andrews of New York, Jim be within a reasonable time.    the fifth inning. In that frame the    Wolfenden of Upper Darby, "Old The President today was repre-    Republican base runners started di-    Anthracite'* Brumm of Pennsylvania, scnted as being sympathetic toward    rectly for the home plate after reach-    Clyde Kelly of Pennsylvania. Michael ..  —    mg second base. Their wind had given Muldowney of Wisconsin, and Gard- ( ontinued on Page Five ‘ oui circling tile paths so many times.. uer Wmthrow OI Wisconsin.    ' in the Yeadon Republican Club time to .yep out TODAY’S TEMPERATURES 6 a,    m.......66    IO    a.    rn.......70 7 a.    rn.......66    ll    a.    rn.......72 8 a    rn 68    Noon    ......... 74 9 a.    rn.  .....63 ;