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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 13, 1930, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR NpVEMBER 55TH NO 16843 CONFESSES HE DROVEJDEATH GAR Harry Hawkes Assumes Blame for Killing Pedes trian Thursday Night Surrenders to Authorities When Injured Brother Is Charged With Murder An hour after his brother James was held without bail on a murder charge by Police Magistrate Berry tliis morning Harry Hawkos 25 2041 Cecil street Philadelphia surren ilererf to County Detective O N Smith at Meflia Police sayMie con reHsed being the driver of he car that struck and fatally injured Ed win Uruggoman 23 of J715 1rovi dcnce avenue at Ninth street and Morton avenue Thursday night The alleged confessed death car driver was immediately brought this ctyand booked at City will be questioned this i Dally leased Report of United Pres UP and ths International ServicY INS FSNAL EDITION x With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA SATURDAY DECEMBER 13 1930 106 WORKMEN ARE ARRESTED FOR TRESPASSING Upper Chichestcr Town ship Land Owner Ob jects toUse of Property Contractor Foremen and Men Transported Magistrates Office to SHARON HILL MAN FOR HEARING An Kaspar Schmidt farmer of Upper Chichester watched a large gang of workmenengaged in digging a ditch for gas mains along rarltins lane paralleling his property and was questioned this afternoon bv county ami city detectives and will probably be arraigned on a murder ciiarge in police court Monday morn dM Marrv told rtid not know he struck a man until he read it In yesterdays papers and earned that his brother was be held for the crime He said he be camo frightened after Jiis car upset Jicldystoue and to Phila ffnpi1iIC1Vln1B llis James Pinned beneath Ahe automobile eveningJhe alleged confessed d Iyer went to Mediaand engaged T i of both the1 1 fawkes brothers were n Chester f police court during the Jieaiing today andit was after James was held jvithput baV that the other brotl terffavc himself up to police e had In fvri n foimation yesterflay that fames Hawkwas not the driver of the Information was car and 6 lso this f by the crippled right of the man who claimed he never operated an automobile and couldnt drive one If ho wanted to do so The fatal accident after a p m Thursdays victlii was walking across Ninth street iri company with Albert News of 1 Providence avenue who was struck but escaped with slight in juries The machine in which the veroriding was pursued out Ninth street by R Squibbs of Ninth street and Morton avenue and Albert Ringler of 113 East Fourth street who pulled Jamas Hawkes from the flaming debris and removed Tayl01 Hospital at Ridley say both men had been in this city prior to the ac cident and detectives jrvier that a botte containing liquor was found in tlie car foJjp wing the crash n iis stl excavated earth upou Kaspar demurred but found no re lief and he sought NormanSnydor Cheatetattorney for advice Kaspai theioupon secured action Snydet deeded to get the work th Vnchea in fact that very after noon which wna yesterday and after Preliminary skirmishes with the fore men irj others the attorney secured lOo warrants which were served on JOG workmen by six Marcus Hook headed P J The John warrants were Is by Magistrate E 7 Richardson of Marcus Hook and cirarecdtres pass and disorderly conduct A problem arose when the more than a hundred men were lined up SCCne oc work Marcus was almost four miles away out Attorney Snyder laconically or dered the men to march over the lorn roads to the magistrates office The men are employed by the Vare Construction Company and the United kngineenng Constructor Co Incvand when George A Vare himself served a warrant heard the matching or ciers ip ordered hte companys trucks pressed into service as camions for tbe movement of the small army are is a nephew of William S Vore 1 kewise he fold his fellow de fendants that their wages would go on despitethe motor ride and legal tieup which was to require the re mainder of the afternoon ihen the procession got started and soon IOC men were lined up in attempt to steal acrnto ot chickens from a wholesale house on Commission I5fcw early today proved a disastrous venturo for Joseph Qulnn 21 of Sharon Hill who was arrested and held for Investigation when arraigned for preliminary hew ing befojo Magistrates Thomas C Berry in jjoHce court thismorning Albert McHca 38 of Uuisdowno arrested last evening on a dlsorderlv coiwluct charge failed to put in his appearance and forfeited bail ho had posted James Hoy Baker 1230 Yates trc inie Iiiuvood arrested on a warrant was turned over to Constable Sam no Whcaton lie will be given a hear UK before Magistrate Berry in he latters office PORTRAIT OF FOUNDED Aportrait of Ur George S hard founder of the Bryn Mawr Hospital in 1SS3 ivas unveiled in tho foyer of the nmfn building of the hospital yesterday H was painted by Paxton of lioston Mass and given to the institution by a committee headed by Mrs William R Phlller of Ilavorford A niece of Ur Gerhards Mrs Bun can Whelan unveijeil tho tablet Short talks were made by Arthur Gerhard a nephew and C Willing Hare Samuel M Viuiclain president of the board of managers of the hos pital accepted It on behalf of the institution Dr Gerhard who died in 1820 obtained a decree from the Uni versity of Pennsylvania in 1S70 jtnd maintained a small hospital unit In Bryn Mawr before the present Insti tution was founded ElUUTlilSM IAUISS HARMONY REIGNS BETWEEN HOOVER AND UJ JSENATE President to Consult Reg ulars on Any Proposed Statements Statement Made There Will Be No Extra Ses sion of Congress WASIIhVGTOY Pec 13 plete undcratuiiilJiiB was declared to lay to exist between President lloo cr and conservative UepubllcOM senators on emergency relief moau ures and policies to be innsued tiur IIIK tho present session Tho stalu inejit wnsimulo afier Senator Wal oott of Connecticut had visited iho Presidnt and acquainted him wlh tbo views expressed by pnrty SCIM tois In conference yesterday Ihe Ircsldcnt wis infor DAISIES WONT TELL THIS ONlTsAYS SHELL TELL PLENTY ABOUT CLARA informed CiU Uiat lhe epnbll i0red lo bv ments dealing situations and with congressional pending legislative iWfilhJULiVe uestions so that they might act in harmony with tho While House u ouse u he prepared when necessary to de fend thoadminlstratlor J minlstratlor crsiandtng expreslcd by Hopublicun Senators after M r Mr Hoover cotts conference with PARADE lAbbut forty members of Companies B and C lllth infantry boarded1 two buses about 1230 oclock this afternoon for Philadelphia whce theywill participate In the parade celebrating the ninetieth anniversary or thelOStli field artillery Pennsyl vania National Guards The detachment from Company B was in charge of Sergeant Howard Oowfly and Company C wis in cliarce of Captain Peter S Kochan and First Sergeant Edward Andrews The parade will form at Twen tieth street and the Parkway at 230 o clock Johnj Devlnney a regular army instruction sergeant will ac company the two companies YOUTHSACCUSEDOF THEFT OF AUTO A short time after an expensive sedan owned by E H Itarper 305 larnali street this city was stolen from Third and Thurlow streets last night two Chester youths who police say were drivingtho car were ar rested by Marcus Hook police They cave the names Tonv Ber narki Wilson street near and Michael Curtis Jeffrey street Second street Both will be jiiven a hearing today either in Mar cus Hook or thiscity before Mais trate Thomas C Berry NAMED BENEFICIARIES Mrs Anna M Zoller of Ashbridge road Rosemont and her son Chris tian Jf assistant irensurer of C k bcbmidt and Sons yesterday were announced as beneficiaries of nearly 00000 under the will of Roller manufacturer and imported who died in New York lune 21 19T leaving an estate of Mrs Zoller will receive J33094C and her son will acquire 45S Continued on Page Two SEEKSGlORK FOR UNEMPLOYED Method Adopted by Relief Committee Is Successful Personal Calls Made With the view inmindof speeding up tho work of finding positions for the unemployed of this eitytJie In dnstrlil Emergency Relief Commit tee which has opened an employ mPnr nftlnn titi J WESTINGHQUSE CO BANQUET Francis liodgkinsqii consulting engineer for the Westinghouse Elec tric and Manufacturing Company Lester plant will be the guest speaker at the twelfth annual Ijanrtuet of the foremans Associationin Philadel phia tonight i Bother giiesLs will he Captain R c Davis ot tho U S Navy Hollis Wal lers an onicla1 of the Sperry Gyro scope Company W ADognn an of ficial of the Dollar Line Steamship Company and oillcials of the local plant FROSPECTPARK RJELlEF WORKERS Organization Is Perfected With Election of Officers r Outlined office at and Welsh vji ttiin Yi mail streets has adopted the method of sollcitmg the industrial establish hon busincss housei and the The method used for gettin in contact with the business houses and ndustrlalestabliaiiments is by hav ns a renresenlattve of the commit tee make personal calls on the heads of tho various concerns This work Is being don by Mrs K A Hansen Mrs0 w n jurs R Duncan Jsrln charge of the Thc kndf The kind of w Duncan consists sought by Mrs of anything from rom the cleaning of cellars to repair work lhe committee would welco ould welcome re work Castoff clothing and weari in reports t the Sn ncod OC articles and M William tary urer Proposing to contribute their bit tp the general movement to relieve the unemployment situation residents of Prospect Park organized a relief committee last night Benjamin H Moore was named 4M rmfln of the charity workers Mrs am F Meyers was chosen secre and Thomas E Carlisle treas J Leslie Pierce temporary chair man of the organization was elected to nead the employment committee designed to obtain whatever work is available for residents of Prospect iark Other members of the corn mi t tee Harry C Whitmore William Jj Thompson George Annear and El nott Jfegraw The relief committee will receive an appeals for work clothing food and general aid file them and make a tabulation The group will con centrate on the unemployment prob lem In their own borough Women of the committee will be stationed at the firehouse daily from I o clock until 3 oclock to receive renuests and give guidance to those seeking work An appeal Is being Kent out by the charity workers for toys to he distributed to children of needy families The committee will meet vt JJUUVLL that the President hereafter will Hie course suggested d that the feeling oC mcnt whloh arose over the PrtM Jcnts chnrses Tuesday that Con wasplaying politics with bills J the Treasury for emergency had subsided and that the reK nar Hepubllcan Senators will up hold the Administrations progivm anu endeavor tu prevent increased taxation Senator AVatson the floor prior to Senator Walcotfs confu ence also told the President of the niutudcof the conference attended by seventeen Republican Senators and this and subsequent diBCussIons it is declared have removed such inlsunderstandlnK as developd In the last tew days between Mr Hoover and members of his party in the Semfte RobortH Lucas exeenUvc chair man of the Hepubllcan Nntlonal Com mittee is spokesman for the Presi dent on politics and other matters conferred wlthSenntors Watson and Moses on the situation Republican conferred in formally on a plan of cnmpnifcn which will be followed Senator Wat son said that there would bo en tiro accord bitween llin White House and the Senate and thjvt tho situa tion In Congress is now favorable to a disposition of all controversial nnd emergency legislation by Mnrch I There will be no Kcssloiv of Congress In my opinion Senator Watson and Re publicans are in agreement on that and of men can force one by a filibuster without tho condem nation of the nation desirous of get ting CongroKs out of tho way so that business can proceed without legis lative uncertainty Republican lenders professing to bellevo that there will now be no ex tra session reached nn agreement that the recess over tho Chrislmns holiday s shall begin a week from to morrow and continue two weeks un til i Innunry 5 to telrpenty lust by vf Wai to Dy S hat i i i v Uu iu n itu QUO n Jo to ci i tojjburin h1 FOOTBALL TEAM GiVENJBANQllET Villanova Coach Princij Speaker at Ridley Park Aftair nidlcy Park hifjli ficlioolH hcroba who recently emerged froin tho 1113 season with a good recordx including a victory over Radnor for the lira time 19S4 celebrated their vie lories also consoled over their do teats of the Keason last night nt th Hnnualtgotbiill hancjuul held li t hiBh school luncli room pno liutidredcut football fans inoliuilng members of tho team s tho second lino boys defense th t the Chester Relief and Welfare AssocaUon is in charge of the in n depnrt The distribution Of work is being antl MrL 1 Baker U was announced yes response is be f thcfivc companies w y who arc furnishing able assjstance through the man off Mnr Ch tKe 3rc cast off clotning and other wearing ap parel Anyone desiring to aid t re committee in any wiv can get TENDERS RESIGNATION AS HEALTH OFFICIAL How to be Popular If you crnvc lo be much sought after you dont need to develop your personality or magnetism or anything The Times attend to the matter for you at what happened to it Harrisin 25 Kast Uinckley avenue Ridley 3 ark lajt week Ho advcr fn fpartment for lent in the classilied col umns of the Times I never fail to get results T A on r aPaitmcnt was lenten the fim night the ad r 1 l wi have to Can cel the ad as I am still get ting too many answers and T n M in y ona ntartment J could have rented a dozen tons for time ror undisturbed meditation be n1 to ca11 Chester but it you want to rent mr allartmcnts and like many calls from interested people jst tell 3ltaker at that number all about it 7nl night John S of Woodlyn who has served president for oTarS w1 retirfhaving re his resignation to the townl commissionersat a recent meet rf7i Milmont chairman Hatlon highway asw elation is being mentioned as Hays successor and is understood to be the choice of all the members of the health board Mr MorriThas n ivi DIG position If appointed Thursday relief activities again to cosider further MILK PRICE REDUCED i A rcdl1ction of one cent a quart in the retail price ot milk of the regu into In this day U was announced last night Dy II D Allebach presi dent ot the Interstate Milk Producers Association The reduction RIDLEY PARK CITIZENS PLANWHJAREWORK Xorris Hall burgess of Hi Park has called a meeting of all ul ganizations of Ridley Park for next Monday evening at S oclock In the Community Club house for the pur POKe of coordinating all onrantxi tions as wellas Indhiduals who may be interested in welfare work The churches of the bprouch American Legion and its auVlllarv Club Child Study Club fife company and auxiliary Association Sunshine Socielv and Red Cross have been invited to send representatives The Chester Times Classified Ads nrc salesmen visiting thousands of homes YOUNG WOMAN ELUDES CAPTORS f Leaps From Automobile When Youths Attempted Attack Expect Arrest treIf M Varna onely spot on Highland avenue hy nJrhe performance in a r ir street near Highland avenue and wis invUed to take aride In a maU road ster by a youth who said he would take her home Driving out land avenue he picked up two o at Attended a movie theatre or i com shc she the screamig her cries were heard by t nuir ters and informed police that a kid naping was in progress DetcctiwFrelmuth was detailed to make an investigation and when he arrived in the vicinity of Flfteerlh street and Highland avenue he framaVIi3S had brokcn from her abductors and bVirhood d the description and tho machine in e while the West End failed to of them last night enough infor to of the GEN W G PRICE JR URGES PREPAREDNESS prepared ness In in address to the officers of the 108th Field Artillery nt a dinner in the Union Dengue cclebrailns the ninetieth an niversary of the regiment last niuht General William OPrice Jr of this city and commander of the Pennsyl vania National Guard predicted an other war I am confident ho told the KUnrdsrrcn that you will find serv ice in another war Although vie arc H peaceful nation the state of affairs In Europe leads nie to re mark that you cannottellwhat1 will happen Ions as the spirit of the Na tional Guard exists we can disre gard the pacifists Some of them are very Intelligent but uninformed Four other KCnerals were atthe birthday dinner as were eighteen colonels nine lieutenant colonels sixteen majors twentyfive captains and thirtytwo Heutpnanbi DARBY CREEK MAN CHASE Samuel Trlbit2C of Darby Creek Ridley township was arrested last niffht on a wnrrant sworn out by Charles J Krebbs of Darby Creek charging breaking and entering and threatening to kill Trlblt was arrested by Sergeant Plan and Iatrolman Mcinteer of Uifiley township police assisted by Chief of Police George Wood of Iros pcot Park after an exciting chase of about an hourand a half in which police say Trlbit indulged in a game of hide and seek dodgingIn and out of Darby Creek boat houses he fore he was finally captured He was held in S1000 bailfor court by Magistrate W C Henderson of Lelpcrvilfe N Y BANK CLEARINGS XEW YORK Dec clearings Clcnrinjr House balance Federal Kescrvo Bank credit balance I12S 000000 o u schoo board nnd faculty mdmboni tlio burgeas nnd other borough of abWOl PrCKCnL to Dayton Moore of tin order ocationby tho Uov Park Haptlst bout with king turkey tne di of th Church th bn was prepared n r r first apeukcr was Harry Stuhl ircher mcmtier of the famous Horsemen of Notre Dame a inous Election for all Stuhldroner after praising the Uam development from mediocre eleven at the beginning calibre in the end launched into strong defense of football In general taking to task Plain or too much time being spent lor tlie great game especlnily tiwe who are opposed to spring training Jootba he said was important for building he youth of the land In Continuid onPage Two AUTO LICENSE FEES SHOW 3456f098 GAIN Dec The Bu reau of Motor Vehicles today made public its figures showing reBlstra tlons and revenues for the first eleven months this year and for the 1031 Jicense tags Receipts for the elevenmonth pe riod for 1330 registrations 003 ahead ot the same period for 1029 The receipts so far this year have been while last ycnr up to December 1 they were C45607 There are 1539230 passenger cars licensed this year and In 1029 thf numbewas The number of licensed operators Is 1920233 this year while Inst ycnr itwin 1833005 For 103 the receipts so for are J3 718077 while revenues on December 1 1023 for 1930 registration were Jl72J5i8 a decrease of SPEAKER ANNOUNCED A M Hcmkcyoftbe home depart ment Philadelphia YMC A will be the speaker at the conference of secretaries of the soiithcastern dis trict which will be held in the local i M C A liulWInR next Wednes day morning He lias chosen for his subject Care and Maintenance of a Y M CA Negro Convict Escapes From Broad Meadow Prison Capture Another prisoner the fourth In IB many weeks made his escape from the Broad Meadow prison farm last night The escaped convict was still at liberty at noon today The fugitive is George Ilorton Negro of this city who pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary November 28 last and was sentenced to Kcrvtr from one and onehalf to three years In the county prison by President Judge Roger Fronefleld Prison authorities Kiy he just walked out There is no enclosure at the place from which Horton ca capcd The Isegrp yas assigrne4 to yrork at the new prlsohfann and was quar tered In a hunkhouBO with more than thirty others It Is understood that there were two Ruards on dutywhen Hortons abKcncc was noted shortly before midnight Horton wan arrested In this city during the month ot Octobor after he had broken Into tbo showroom of Chester Motors Company Ninth and streets A search of the btiild bjr thc watchman and police failed to find him but Justas poltco were about to drixc away from tho place Patrolman Roy Seaman spied Ilorton hiding behind an electric suspended above th CHESTER BfOTORIST FINED FOR RECKLESS DRIYINC Chaigcd dlsordeilj j r B02 West Jwtlflli sticet this clU nnd costs hen ill tmte M 1 Illlotl Clnrcnco 2B of the name nl HuMS Hho n pasafiiKoi iii tin nutomobllu dilven by PhlllipH wa nlsoaiinlKnecI on a dlsoideily con duot chiigu nnd lined and coslH Both men wore ariresled by Suite jllRbway PiitrolmiOi Kelly of the ulcnoldon detiiil uttera machine h which they were rldlnpr upset nt Con cord road and Knglc street Both mei escaped Injury TROOPS RUSHED TO QUELL IN SPANISH CITY Military Forces in Forti fied Area Against Beren gucr Regime Loyal Soldiers Reported Killed Government Min imizes Move MADRID Loya troopH defeated rebel forcca in a llKbt on tho Aycrbo rond nenr to driy taklriK more tluin 100 rebel prlsoneiH Premier Ocneral renKUer nnnouncori Voti can take it the Jaca move ment ended the premier an nounced The loyal troopK alno captured war materials from the rebela JIADRID Dec Premier UeronRiier SpnlnB mili ary dictator niHliei troops unl nlr lancstotho north woHtern fionllor oday to a revolt of military orccH and citizens against Tho rovcrnrnent claimed to have ho aituntlon In hnnd and said that loyal llI1 bc of tho government the Importance of the mnvo nent uhlch Ktnrtcrl at the forttllcd Continued on Lnst Pane WEDDING RING IDENTIFIES MAN Daughter Claims Body of Wilmington Victim of Auto on Pike Tim body of the man killed ly an automobile on Chester pike ncir KM cy avcnoe Hldloy Park last Mondny night last night as C rnr Krlnk slxtv old f Wilmington Del Identification was made by a atightcr Svlle Todd AVcst ont street this city who visited ho njorgue of Deputy Coroner Hor co J3 GrimiJi nt Norwood after eadlng a newspaper account telling t the finding of a wedding ring In chich tho name 71 D Frank was ngravcd had beenvisiting inCiiestcr ml had been stopping at a lioiiao at 22 West Front Ktreet Mrs ToiJd told ollcc At tho time ot the fatality 0 wan returning from Taylor Hoa ital where he had been vinltlng at he IJCdsido of itocco BaptiKte of 210 Incoln avenue Ridley Park who fed Thuminy night as the sesuH of purics whichhc reccivcd Thanks ivlng night when struck by an utomobilc Just prior to the identification of rank last night Chief ofPolice R V had taken finger prints 1 tho dead man and bad also nhoto raphcd him U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTONDec ho treasury net balance on Decem er 11 was 333733C2S3 expenditures or that day wore tistoms receipts for tho month to December 11 weep11303808319 ELGONWELL Chemist Did Not Leav Will Letters of Admin istration granted Widow The late K Jjiwrcnce Conwell o Jaat TwontyJiivu street thl city illd not leave a will althoufih hi estate la estimated ut JIOOOOO it wa revealed when letters of ndmlnlKtra lion were iHKued by UeprlHloior wnf jK iillto MiH Mario B Con well hjK vwlilow and tha Chester CiimbrldKo Ilank and Truut Company ot this city Mr CohweHdlod ot No vember 22 H of ndminlfliratlbn iVnvc Viln Htrcot Ihla cltj to iirtmlnlsier the 7BO ustato of be iiiothcrMiH Martha U Trapnoll who tiled on November 2 of udmlnlHtrallrm wen Branted lo Mm Catherine G Jlurdl ciin of Clmrlca K Uiirdlcan who died ut hia liomodi South uvo nuc Sccann on November 25 enluto Is oatimatetJ at Tho First National Bank of Dnrbj VVOH mudo admliilstmtor for the i1i7 estate of Mrs Mary K wh died on AviKUMt 8at IHO Maple ter race Dnrby M IH Cblhls was imr vlvcd by William G ChildM a and MIK ointtRO of Wllmlnff ton Del a OaiiKlitiir Tho 2200 of Marshall K 1iifjh who died on November 22 a SO Joplnr aveiftie Wayne will be administered by hlw widow Mrs Union D PiiKh Accordinj Ho tho will of A Newell who died1 on November M a IH home Jiiiverford Polo roads lryn Mawrlila cAtnte Is to KO to Minnie Roljbrta feainio also o Uryn Mawr UeriueHlK of each arn made to Uvo daughters MartiniMcKlrevey iml Mrs Catherine N CarKon In the ivill of John McElrevcy who died on lanuary InKt at 700 Vino Htreet IJarby remnlndor of the J2f00 In willed to bis widow Mrs Mnrtlia MpjClrovy ThB will of Dr GfiorRc K Dahls who died on Kovcmbor 29 at 1C Mill ion rno avenue Mlllboiirnp Iiaven his estate citlmncd at J1U200 to his wife Mrs SnIHe DnhiH who Is aiso named executrix Frank Sloszexky of 20 South Sec ond ntrcot Colwyn was btJintrd let era of administration to administer ne estate of bis mother WISHING PAVING OF EDGMONT AVENUE The work of paving Edgmoht nve uc between Twentysixth nnd ifteenth streetB lmH 10011 finished J far south aa Klghteontli street From this point to Fifteenth sitreet here tha will torminate It Is nished on the wrfit side nnd net ween no car trncka Trafllr will he per mitted on the west side so now mo orlsls hnvo a slraiRht lino from rkslde to Fifteenth street Work today was started on the Hide portion to the finish line nd It Is expected this suction will nnlshed today or Monday STOCKlffRKEfOPENS ON LOWER PRICE LEVEL NEW YORK Dec ectlons of the stock market entiled own to lower ivico levels at tho pcning today New York Central down about a point at 115 Union Celtic lost at ylvanla was downU nt 55i and outhern racific down 4 at 06 Bethlehem Steel lost rupoint at B3T4 S Steel vas down at mcrlcan Can down 1 at merlcan Smelting down at 45VI Vnaconda Copper down 7i at 30H FILES SUIT FOR Suit for divorce has been filed at Jedla by Chirlos R Arnold 26 IIS oncstoga road Wayne ngainst lutli C Arnold 32 1334 iVorlh Sixth trcet Philadelphia to whom ho was married in Pittsburgh on October 0 1023 Arnold claims cruel and arbarous treatment on the part of Is wife starting in May 1925 He i represented by Attorney O K laselnuss PRICE TWO CENTS coSHiAls CASH DONATIONS FOR RELIEF WORK Businesslike Methods io Govern Assistance to the Needy No Overhead Expense Be cause All Workers Are Volunteers Tho Industrial Rmyrgoiic y Com niJltoe iifis boon organized for the Pinpose of meeting an unfoi tmwto condition brought about by the lack of employment or ut loabt insuiU elout work to siistuln all the fam ilies who aro willing to wotU and who liiul IhemsolvoH n potion of mmblo during Iiuusuiui de Hossoi to feed and clothe thir U IH not the purpose ot thin body lo usurp thu work of n this who ieen nth woilaru work for a number years but to cooperate uul work with such bodies who tlnd with the demands upon them they arc unable LO take caro of those who actuuilv need help The Com mittee hopes at least during tho winter months to lia In 1 position through the contributions ot thoe uho arc liberal minded and can at lord to contribute to so a cause torelievo actual distress ana carry those who must be through a crisis Before such a stop was tiken it was proved conclusively to thosewho undertook tills work that i dire necessity exists and that it some mcnmiro wahviiot provided thoso or ganizations In om eomrnunlty who liavo been engaged In this work would not bo able to relieve help less and worthy surtcrcrH Therefore this committee has been brought Into being for no other pur Continued On Page Two PARTLY CLOUDY WEATHER ISMRECASf Partly cioiidy wealhcr in Eastern Pennsylvania and fair iu New Jersey and Dolawaro is the foiccai5tT or today ft will BllRhtly colder morrow bq partly cloifdy throuKhout the aica With a posili bltlty of ilght snow in some sections of tlTla state Tho highest tQinporatuie josterday waa 47 dORrcos at ri p m ancV tfie lowest was 10 ut p m The average ot was dasreos above normal fur the dnto ami1 eighteen degrees above tho average temperature or the samo dato a year Tlio uttn fhone B per cent ot tho dny nnd 03 of an inch of rain fell RIFLED REGISTER RobbeiB gained nnlrance Uiroufch ho rear window of the Ktore of fH S KylR Elprhth and Barclay streets I ROmetJino last nlslit with jir In clmiigo aflci ilfllng the cash roglater Groceriesam a num yi her of cartons of cigarettes were left untouched NEW APARTMENT HOUSE An apartment building of btlck and steel constructionis soon to be erected on tho castside of Sixty ninth Htreet acconilns to plans pre ll pnred by If O Hodgeiia and A D I Hill of Ihllivdolphtn It will bo owned by the Sixtyninth Street Corporation Top ofTimes Einstein Quits Ship Tor Social Sally says morning paper Head line We were cnmo ot Sally A liiycarold localglrl elopeiVtlio other day She can be You wouldnt expect the childto lavo any better sense Kor winning a sixday blcvcle race n New York two men were awarded x prize of 1 0000 Not KO bad coupio of pcelalars for a s sticiessfulty looted ionic in Upper Darby with the aid of i monkey IsTow watch others try and ape them Berry sez that if all tjift persons who violate the Sunday ilue were placed end tt end bo air would turn the same color This Cliristmns music tint they ao to broadcast In the central hopping district wont make it any aaier for bank patrons to Ret notes Petty burglars who been ootlng dentists oHices here should emember that those fellows aro rctly quick on the draw You dont have to set into tho novies at Hollywood to set a heap f newspaper publicity pipes Ctiarlcir Mink Jr Cornell scientists have ihat is said to bo a cure for tho lope evil But sports wtilcis will till continue lo pick iosers To the scientist who said tho germ or tho common cold is too sninH to 10 seen by the microscope tho w ttty ynic says dont bacilli Fop on the Chester plko ycster ay morning was so thick that soma tho cowboy drivers had to slow iown to 11 fly miles an hour George Wright was npver seasick njilsllfc but Fat Joe says ho haj ttendort coon suppers The Weather WASHINGTON orochst for Eastern Cloudy followed by raTn on Sun ay insoutheast portion and rain or now late tonight brSunday in nd north portions not much temperature tov reshnorth and northeast winds r Hourly Temperature Record lldnight 34 1 m 1 a mX So m 2 a m n2 0 a m 3 a m32 30 a in 4 a m 11 a iii 5 a m Noon a ra Ji JrtiUk SS la 40   

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