Chester Times, January 3, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania Expenses Seen Exceeding Revenues IOO .Million a Month washington. Jan 3 -(Copyright. 1933, by United Press * - Reduction ot government costs commanded attention today as a primp object of the incoming Roosevelt administration House and Senate Democratic leaders who are preparing to confer with the President-elect in New York Thursday, are known to regard the reduction from the boom period levels as one of the first jobs to be tackled They are ready to grant Mr Roos('-\elt almost dictatorial powers to do it, Thrv see this as the chief alternative to still heavier taxes. Spiker Garner estimates government expenses are exceeding revenues $100,000(XH) a month. Tins is $3,333,000 a day. It is $140000 an hour. It is $2300 a minute. Within the coming year $7,000,000-(>00 in government securities become cine. That is more than half the amount of the European war debt It represents $7 for every minute that has elapsed since the birth of Christ When a farmer or a home owner roes to the money leaders to renew his mortgage, the banker wants to know whether he is keeping up with his expenses. If he can't earn what it costs him to live, then his credit goes bad. Government is now in the position of the man who has let his expenses get out of hand, and can't keep up his payments. Rome cities are practically bankrupt In New York hankers have demanded certain municipal economies before thcv will I nd anv more money to the largest and richest cifv in the country if not in the w’orld. Now in effect the federal government Is about to go to the monev lenders to ask for renewal of a I <7.000 OOO OOO loan. That is what it J    ___ mounts to in rough term1    /"«____ i__a* . tv e__, i , ( Mn madder . ays Defend government to go bankrupt But when they know that its expenses are each day falling more than Delaware County Fourth in I'roduction; Highth in XX am*' Caid A recapitulation of industrial figures cnemic Pennsylvania and made bv the Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, shows that in 1931 Philadelphia led all of the other counties in the state in the value of manufactured products, wages paid in industry, and number of wage earners but ranked second to Allegheny county in the amount of capital invested in industry, In the value of products, number of wage earner and amount of wages paid, Allegheny stood second. Making public a comprehensive table of industrial figures. Secretary of Internal Affairs Philip H. Dewey that Lucerne county among the sixty-seven • «men, wages paid and cd Delaware count v i production valuation cod thirteenth In the ice earners, eighth in wages paid and ninth Draft on A rn c n ti rn e n t Resolution S c t f o r \\ cd nose! av Talbot Is Elected t«> Spoak-ership; K. F. White, < hicf Clerk Ibis picture fives a vivid impression of the hi . I . wind « at lerc.iin in the region of Shanhaikwan— border lits at Ibr soul bern edge of Mam baria which .I ipanese troops v ere reported to have partly occupied after renewal of bitter fighting with the < hinese. CHINESE HOLDING SHAMI Alk WAN; CITY IS IN FLAMES Local Legislator Hits at Pa. Costs Continued on Page Seven EDDYSTONE PASTOR SOLVED PROBLEM ors Heroic Against Japa-nost Attack Tokio Warships Menace Army's Rear; Hit From Land. Sea, Air TUR NKR TO OFFER BILLS TO SLASH STATH EXPENSES Decentralization of Govern mon! Object ot Local Legislator pointed out ranked third counties in v ber of wage < capital in vc? was fourth I last year, i number of w the amount o in invested n Kite led all in the value < plants in 1931 and Reading While Erie* pi exceeded valuatioi cities of the tin Dewey pointed nu ber of wage rmpli amount of wages j second whUc in vested capital if o of the third class cities f prod lets of industrial with Allentown second thud. wlucfion valuation in all of the other I class. Secretary that in Hie num-es and aLsri in the lid the citv ranked ie amount of ln-eupied third place In the number of • mployes. Reading first and Allentown was third, York oc< upymg fourth jilacc Under the item of wages paid, Reading again took first place with Altoona third and Allentown fourth John* town was first in the amount of invested capital. Bethlehem was second and Cheater fourth The thud class cliv study. Secretary Dewey said, shows that the value of all industrial production in cities of the group reached $1 o47.* i ABS.OOO in 193! ’I he plants in the .    ,7 .    various    cities employed 219 111 wage Sa ary ( ills, W iping <hit earners, who were paid $223 399 000 I Capital invested In the industrial r WASHINGTON, Jan 3 Signs of swift action on beer and prohibition repeal legislation made themselves evident irs the Senates holiday re-i cess expired. The Senate Judiciarv Committee jr.mted hen- n « on tile Hove 3 2 per cent beer bill, hut limited them to six hours, while a sub-committee meeting was called for Wednesday lev complete the dial? of a resolution to repeal the Eighteenth Amendment. Senator Blaine Wisconsin, Republican, who heads Hie sub-committee I in charge of tx»tii pieces of legislation, predicted it would dispose of I ■fie re | wa I qm ton Wednesday ami aid ti might lie able to report on beer by next week The Collier beer bill, which passed the House by a vote of 230 to 165, wa* sent to Rhine s sub-committee with instruction* to confine Hie hear ing.s to arguments on ttonality of Hie measure them to three hours on each side, 'Hie hearing will ive held Saturday schools of ttint locality. at 9 30 CV .ti* Hie aim to complete it for four \eai\ on the council of Nor- I    h'mih ' n»r.r. Hi * mu da> it I ..port ba, k to *ood bo.ough. whee hr makes his £1*eui rhl!l, t SJn«n I th* full committee at it* meeting home. He was president of that body    ro,m*v    *    Lancaa- neit Monday if possible.    foi two years, and was for four yearn Tile HARRISBURG.— Jan. 3— (JNS) — Gavels fell promptly at noon today and the 1933 session of Pennsylvania'a General Assembly was under way. Convened seperately, House and Senate were prepared for several hours of time-consuming procedure fixed bv constitution and tradition. I lout. Gov, E C. Shannon presided in the .senate, and Eugene f W'htte, Delaware county. Chief Clerk of House, ascended the rostrum of that branch Legislator* were practically obscured In both auditoriums by countless numbers of floral gifts which bedecked desks and jammed aisles Close to a hundred new members looked on with Representative Grover C. Talbot, h*r(1 I"5"”1- ™fr*n ,    _    dispassionately.    Photogaphers    lights of Delaware county, who today as- boomed Mimes the House s|)cakrrshlp of Two hundred and six House mom- Pennsv Bania'* 130th General Asse rn- ?    their names on roll hi) was first elected to Hie legislature r*U,of th' Common-]4 -4    wealth Richard J. Beamish submitted Hie ‘(‘omur.i-’ " He was born In East Coventry '/^Hal returns of the November bdl-• and to limit lownsh.p Ches.er .ountv. April LH    L° <he election of ins i. and was educated rn the public rp^Tn a{,v" Repreaentative A. ii r "'"Y R Wheeler, Forest county, was the j only atwentee. One vacancy existed. SIH \K I It (.IUD I It (’. I $| BOT Th, sub*, onmiittp, will «n»id,r bur«,« cl Norwood, .brr. ho ii la I -,V,r„l prop,,. OU (or rrdr.flln, the  .......... Ifit”, J S' 'I'    ".I? bill to remove questions of; Today he is serving tits fifth sue- its constitutionality but Blaine other members said they did not peel this to delay conaideration    of Delaware county, having shown Th* *e proposals for redrafting the I large majorities in every election. faced live west in silent tribute to the .no ~»MV» torn. In lh, avwmblr th- I "'dT,™«,*?-*ju” ^ S! JSEii ,x- Krpirvntatb, of lh, HrronO Dtatrlrt    'lnC* the last regular session. | Heerefary Beamish likewise presented the official elet lion return* in • '3! were    ii: . us-.ad :nf    rn;-: Iv bv    the 'I alfin? I;, st aune hi V aligned with    the    ZT'u. .',17.    ""u "It    "J indicia rv    committee    yesterday    de-    state Republican organist ion    He I,h^    8rnalp’    h«lf the members of spite the    absence «»f a    quorum.    j    forged rapidly to the front during    Hie One of    them, which    received favor-:    last two special sessions as the    co- sble comment, wa* to drop the at- leader of a group demanding drastic (Yr<,ver'7 ump? to defin# an intoxicating poi- governmental economtea and as the rentage of alcohol in beer and merely author of the two relief lulls which declare that th Commissions, in “Major ()pcration** NANKING, China. Jan. 3 HIP SvenrLsoetaard Socgarrd, a former tr ident of Copenhagen, Denmark. who is employed as chief construction i Thr chinese    government    ordered    its engineer bv the York Ice Machine . ,    ..    „    , . Company, at York. Pa., is no different i delegation    et    Geneva    today    to    protest from many other men in this country j the Japanese attack on Shanhaikwan ha fell in love. Then he set about to the League of Nations. to locate a Danish clergyman to tie the knot.    PEIPING    Jan. 3 (INB* 5:2.$ p rn. He hit upon the idea of writing to1 (Chinese Time* With their ritv in Samuel Anderson, Danish Minister at flames. Chinese troops remained in Washington. O. C. who after search- possession of Shanhaikv an tonight lug ht5 records, ascertained that the j after successfully renelling a series only clergyman of that nationality of intensive Japanese attacks bv land. in this section rf the country, is Rev. sea and air which claimed hundreds Cirl L. Apple oerc. rector of St Mar- j of civilian aid military fixes. tm'* P E Church Marcus Hook, and I Telegraphing at 5 20 p rn from his St. Lukes Church Erim.mnr wan; field headquarters in a tiny village resides at 1400 East Tenth street.1 fWO miles from the citv, General Ho Eddystone.    Chi-Kuo. Chinese commander, de- Promptly upon receipt of the in- dared than the walled section of formation from the Danish Minister., shanhaikwan was in flames at dusk. ■INS*- A adm middle Com-provid* d s*ecarrd communicated with Dr Apii 'eberg and throtich correspondrnee ;>rranged for the wedding, which was •olemnized New Years Eve in St Jukes Church, Eddystone The bride • ho before her marriage was Mi*? Helen Melle Adams, of Detroit. Mich ,» alepot'; -plier, joined Mr 8oegarrd * York curlier uwthe day and made he trio of 85 miles bv automobile to he home of (lr drayman. The mar- ■e lien' ’n' obtained at Gettvs- r XI SI I IBI, AI ARM but that the Chinese defenders were holding out bravely against strong odds. Great palls of smoke arising from the wreckage of homes and buildings set afire by Japanese shells and bombs swirled about tIve Chinese lines, choking soldiers and panic-stricken civilians alike The lates* Japanese on laugh? b'-gan at 2 p rn and cml cl ; ii I” . light. With naval, r?*- >1 and arhl-lery forces rnirs.i.niii'’ in t ie nt?ae ; hundreds of * Dr ll jnnc cl withui f m REP. I I I WOOD J. TI HNI It FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER FOR ARFA The hid ferdav war est was 25. I cv armer is tomor- , I a lure here yes- i rn , and t he low - ii The average of HARR ISBERG Jan 3 thorough overhauling of th rat ive rode under which mon wealth now operates i for in a .series of bills which Rep Ellwood J. Turner, of Delaware county, will present to the House, he nounced today, Decentrah/ntion of government is the theme of the measures. They also melon*- provision., for salary reductions of State employes in the* higher brackets, theee salaries to be controlled by statute; re storatir n of th* original powers of the secretary of Internal Affairs, and elimination ol duplicated activities in th* various department* and commissions The Dc la ware county in* tuber would abolish the motion picture <ensor board and leave live work to the Federal Government. Instead of the presell' executive board of the Governor and his five* appointee*, the board we lid in* made up of til** five elective r Hic ■ r: of the Commonwealth. Elimination of the serurilie* rom-mission is proposed, the work to be Continued on Page Seven FII FST! R COFFLE ( •L \LKFRT NORTHAM NAMED XLI FERM AN J Albert Northern ha* bc'en ap- tahlishmcnts of the group of citie- pointed bv Governor Pinrhot alder-totaled II.132.763 IOO HOUDAV SESSION OF ORIMI \ NS* COF RT Orphans’ Court wa.* conducted at Media yesterday, in spite of the New Year's holiday, with Judge w. Roger an- Eronefield presiding, t»e»au.'«* of the inner* of Judge John R Hannum As criminal court opens today, Judge FronefleJd held court yesterday to dispose of a number of routine matte!*. Aiwiut 30 lawvrrs were in attendance at the session, whtcli lasted less than an hour More than 4*) accounts of •: tat e* for audit were handed up for Jud^e Econ* field con? iderat ion Outside of Orphan;'* Court the courthouse wa < losed exerutive*; rind employes of ail of the other court and offices observing the holiday. BISHOP TAITT ORSER VRS RMM IID XX Bi? hop Francis M Taltt. of thI• city. head of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese in Pennsylvania, is observing his 7irt birthday today. Ministers of all denominations will which start their first or new terms. Nominated by the Repubicam. with th* state organization in control. Rep. Talbot, Delaware county, was elected to the House speaker* n, i, i    n...    iii*    vni it. ,    .    .    i ship. His    nominal opponent    was Rep penalties of tile    Vol- bearhl* name The first provided    wilson a.    Sang. Berk*, the    cholee of —*■    $ IO,(MN) (KH) for mud of thr state's un*    th**    I Winorrntir    mucux ( ..rniRued on Page Seven    employed and the second furnished    Tranqmhtv    in    matortfv ranks was $12000,fKX) for the same purpose.    manifest    in the fact that    Talbots He places second to none in    the    name was    placed in nomination last legislature aa a foe of Governor Olf- night by Rep. Turner, another Deltoid Pinrhot and a    critic of    the    ex-    |    aware county member, who some ecutIves policies    |    months ago was thought ready to Horn is the Talbot erred    I    contest for the speakership Other • Honesty In the    moat    necessary    ;    incumbent officers of the House were man of tho First ward. to fill a va-(quality in politics and I can look any named by the Republicans for an-cnnev orca inned bv    the death of    (nan straight in the    fare when I say    other term Less than ten    of    the    139 Philip J*    G: ic by, who    had performed    it. Mv feeling is that lf a man is    OOP representatives were    mussing the dut**    of ttic office for over fifty    honest and fair to    his constituents    from the caucus. • f' •'    vin.* be*.n a    j! iii., of (tie    and to his associate*    m offirr. he will) The Democrat* elected    James    L. i •    !    (*■    Hut betore its beni:* fmn that everything else, including I    .............— —— - designated us the First    ward.    the political aspect, takes rare of    tt- 1 ti*'    new    appointee    to    the lunks of    mf. That is true in business and In th**    minor    Judiciary    of    th* county,. h)I other contiictn of life. How ab* f.*r tw* Ive years has been assessor of    surd to say    that it cannot be true    of tho ward in which he    will now lie    polities!” magistrate Mr. Northam, a suptKirter    *          ..    ....... if* I '.in p.-it    va niMve    CL' L' L I    \\TTf I T XI IT VTC orth **it md Ins lived heir during r‘ r‘n    n (Ontinuevl on Page Seven RE ELECTED Kilt HOYS' HAM) his * ut ire life At the present ftmc he resides at 312 East Twenty-second street. (ifficj.i I annouru • ment *tf the ap- A request for used band Instruments poitiln > tit ti.been rereived bv Mr ha bern mnde b* William H Krrll North.im from the offices of the gov- nnd other members of the executive et no* in Harrisburg, but official rom- committee of the recently organized . n i.‘ ion of office has not yet been re- Boys* Band (rived When the communion ha- Member,hip in the new band ha*, bren received Hie newly appointed J reached a high figure and it is pro-offirial will iirgui the dutie,s of his I posed to increase th** group until the **f1i*< im mediately Af Hi* present total reaches one hundred boy* under tim** hr tm.* not fully dei bird upon ■» Hie ag*- of 18 Thrrc is a shortage location for his office    of instrument* st the present time igrid Hie lessons and practice* are I MO IM KIM NL XXX    thereby hampered . i 11 • ... i TI’CTMI/IVV If 1 th*' be,l<ff of "‘fnibrrs of the • ilX T/S I KS I I MOIN I ex* utive committer that there alima ny homes in which instruments, lie Testimony given bv a mnther-ln-law to police court this morning was hidden away. where they have bein discarded for one reason or snottier '■    ‘       tender    him    a Ie timonml dinner En-    ‘    tr    I    ‘    "ul    Mi*nv Parsons would never use them K l FIRST LICENSE J* ’n, thr pHr,sh    S’    riM‘‘    r    n.    irv    to .mm.-e a Ar *. of tnTn^l Hnd lt l' ,hP    nf    fhr Protestant Epiveopal tJhurch. Broad    '?,™p n *!”„    I    committee    that    three    who    can    af    fed 34 was one degree above normal for marriage hcen.se issued walled ritv The hivtone drum towe A false alarm of fire, last night. | was demolished by a well-placed shot * 'lied di.'-tnct fire companies to Japanese troop* roncentrated their the date but twelve degrees below the htrd and Trainer street*. Police are fire on the south and east gates of average January 2 la.st year Maxi-irrhlng for the responsible person, the ritv One detachment managed mum temperature for the date us 67 The honor of obfa.i .rig Hie fire’ Media in 1933 went to Hart I Kroner, 35. a marine engineer, r* sdmg at 10U6 West Fifth st ref. end Miss May D io, as residents of that section de- to reach the nith gate, but the es’ab fished in 1876, and minimum 7, Shield? 27, of 1153 Po: i treet. thk ’lberi him, was noticeably tinder Chinese, employing hand grenades Ive influence of an Intoxicant.    - 9 SENTENO ED I O DEATH MOSCOW. Jan 3    'UP*-- Nine men • re sentenced to death today in the Airt drive arain - attempts to retard overnment rain collections. SU HE CONFESSES Breaking down after a week of Continued on I’age srirn AMATEFR MARKSMAN ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Horace W Rice. 33. of ill Jefferson street, Woodlyn was ndmiti'ri to th Tavlor Hospital. Ridlrv Park ve*t*r-riav afternoon, end physician', r* in 1918 Sunrise today was a’ 7 23 a rn . and sunset will be al 4 48 pm St anda id Time. and Mndnon streets, where he ?.erv*d av rector more tlian 30 years .Several other testimonial events are ■rhcd iicd to Ik- held in Phhadelphi.* n s. TBEAM HY II\I1S( I! WASHINGTON, Jan 3    *    INS* V5&&.1 wsyssi!? *•»-* r.z - rity. The happy couple v *-re first in line whir. the marriage license bu- Treasury balance as *-f Decemo«-r 29 Eastern ic;.u o[jelled In the court house this $560 844,199 12; expendltur*? $4 781 morning.    964 IL*; custom* receipts, $19,021,562 02 NEW YORK’S FAMED TRIUMVIRATE st rift ly for band OII, COM HA NY IvUIM.OYK’S MISHAP avenue, Upland, The woman, Mr* Stir then, of Crosby street, near Thirteenth street said K> Iiv ( ame to her home while intoxicated and started a fight. Kelly claimed he only had * few drinks \lien I    to    th* ho'C" <i see In*.    Wa ter Sharp of 803 Green street, of Third and Norris street*, long ch *i i 11    1    ,*>    ar*    ben    ,    ’    by    their    Manic    Ho*    , received painful burns stalwart in Republican ranks, ha* I?: andron?her    of    the    legs when tie slipped and fell been chosen again for the important EUGENE F. WHITE f'-sed the murder of Charles Downey, Philadelphia, police said toda’ moved a bulVt from his collar bone Rice, who had the day off from hi place of employment, wrnf to the cellar of his home to engage in target practice on an inside range A bullet fired from the revolver ricocheted after striking the cellar wall and struck him. After the bullet was removed. he was permitted to go horn'’ ENDS TROUBLES BY INHALING GAS ' j. HORSES WITHDRAWN I FROM RACES TODAY <R» United Prrss) I into ii vat of sodding water, last right, while working at, an oil company plant iii Marcus Hook Sharp was taken to Hie Cheder I Hospital, about 9 15 p rn . and treated I for Hie burn* Although his rondi-I Hon tx not serious he was held for further observation and treatment. BOX ) S < ONRI I ION HI I I ER NEW YORK, Jan 3 8. L. Rothafel (“Roxy” * was reported in an Im pmt of chief clerk of the House of Representative*, at a salary of $6,000. I opicsot Times Wild ducks have been seen flying north And after this session a number of lame ducks will 'go west” politically. An automobile stolen In Phlladel- proved condition in Post Graduate pine wax recovered in Norway. Now Hospital, where he wa; operated on    * what you call taking things His friends denied reports that he too far. will remain in the hospital xix weeks j A1 .Filii n<<>\ PARK !—Worldly Lad, < liaison, Catalans Idol. V*»le, Dr. Parrish. Trice, Dr. Billy. I aril Viola, N'ormahal, Too Much Talk — Fella leo. Betty Beau. Run On S(‘COIlfl Ladv Menifee, Pluikv Girl, Brown Trap, Dedicate, ( hipola, .loan K. Acnes Sorel. — The .Fudge. Phantasime. l ull I p. sianta. I ight Nun. Jargon. Dick C’hevely, l.an Mary. Battling Rill, Patricia ( tare. I—None. — Barashkova. Bill l.oonev, ti— llonohina, Hal Riley, Newgro, Keoba Land. Dandy Dan. Eveline F. 7 — Happ\ Fellow, Golflrx, ( upidity. \bstain. r<imfret, \lcove. '-t. 'Ti* a. Wolverine, Tram formation, M* (ompanion. Hard Resident Had Threatened to Wipe Out Family They said that he will be out much . ooner. EIKE KILLS 12; 2 HOMES BURN Goose bone prophets say the ha -k-—    bone    of winter will soon be broken Family of 7 Wiped Out in Shell)), (>.; 5 Dead At any rate, a* Mr. Hoover would attest, technocracy can't make a fish strike when it doesn't want to. If It takes as long to age Bond beer at it is taking Congress to legalize it, it should be pretty mellow bv the time it arrives. in Barstow, Texas fathers who are shoveling rou., chop-ping wood and hauling out ashes. will. \T NC.I \ ( M FE NII I—Catty, lieut Rust, Gold ( revs, Ruthie. Miss Bullet. Escnba Priz-v Dutrh Bov, La Ulorelle. Barb Maeae, Scotland P.lues, Rebita. —Mile Post. Rural < harm, Ri*k' Miss. Mono Rose. F’atsv Laura. Pretty «is. !—Dinard. (time Alone. Su>u. Port 'cent. Gleaming Mar. Yogtno, .>—None. r—\frtdt, Prate I,eg \N>r Drop. 7 — Re-tor Pr-d. Golden sweep. M rather clear, track fast. Believed temporarily insane from blooding over his impending arrest coupled with over-indulgence of pl-eohohc drinks. Irwin Wharton. 36 father of five small children, ended his life by gas early this morning The lifeless bodv of the man wa found shortly before 8 a rn. ar his heme, 1135 Edgmont avenue, by hi sister-in-law, Edith Webb, who wen? to the home to visit one of hi.' ehu-rirrn. Virginia, who was asleep on the second floor at the time Wharton pried a board from fir third floor opened a gas connection and lay face downward v. i’h his far~ in the floor opening and awaited death. A note he scrawled when he decided to die was found by relatives I* reads: ‘ Al, and Edith, please watch over Virginia until Mo da lyre get here Irwin, time 3 a. rn " Below this was a footnote read ne A dispatch informs us that Brazilian aviators are the most reckless. Isn’t it Brazil where the SHELBY. O, Jan. 3 (INS)-A mother, a father and their five chil- nuts come from? dren were burned to death today    - when fie caused by a stove explosion. Da vs are getting longer. And with swept then tiny two-room house here Christmas bills ready to roll in Dad is getting shorter. The victims of the tragedy were: J;*me Miller, 27. a seetio*i-hand on the Big Four Railroad Mrs. James Miller 26, hts wife. Five children of the couple, ranging from two da vs to eight years in ^‘^V? The explosion, followed by fire, occurred as Miller was kindling the stove in the house It was believed he attempted to start a blaze with j file use ot kerosene and the explosion * followed President Hoover has received ?0 tons of personal mall since he's been in the White House Who says letters to the President don't carry any J he Weather Weather forecast—Eastern Penn-Sylvania:    Lair    and    warmer    tonight. Dir' Ifs a meeting of Vn York Male's new thief exei * ve and his colorful predecessors that th* (ame*,* po* lr lied in Hit- remirkaMv human pie -taken at ;;•>** rt— a• in figuration vrs*erdav of Herbert ll. Lehman, a* governor at Alban* shown here, I* ti to r*ght, during the ceremony, are Uontinu-d on rage seven President-clef? tranklin I) Roosevelt, retiring governor; Alfred L. smith, another former governor, and Mr. Lehman. Mrs Miller and her five children Wednesday, cloudy and warmer, v11 re a-Jeep in the other room at the Western Pennsylvania. Cloudy to-time the blast let loose.    night and Wednesday probably oc- Miller succeeded in fleeing fro I the fusional light rain Wednesday; house to spread a warning of the fire, warmer tonight, colder Wednesday night and in north portions Wedne*-C'ontinued on Page Seven day afternoon. BAILY AVERAGE NKT I’ A I I) CIRCULATION KOK SIX MGN I HS EN DING SEP I EM BER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★★★ With All Latest and Best News of the Dayo7TH VK AR—NO. 17.180.    Dam    Leased    wire    Report**    of    rn    f*i    p:e-<    it    CHESTER,    PA..    TUESDAY',    JANUARY'    IT,    I    OH:*    PRICE    TWO    CUNTS * 111    and    International    New*    Service    (INS)    1    awl.    IU,    I    OU    I    lo SCENE OF NEW S1NO-JAPANESE WARFARE INDUSTRIAL DATA SWIFT AITION IS OK STATH SHOWS PLANNED ON BKLR VARIOUS RANKING BILL ANT) REPEAL ( hosier Is Fourth Yin ow; Report by Subcommittee, Third Class tities in In- tin Former, Seen by vested Capita!    Monday Next County Man Gets High State Honor PENNA. ASSEMBLY OPENS; ECONOMY PROGRAM IS AIM Cavel* Fall Promptly at Noon in Doth Senate and House DEMOCRATS PLAN TO CUT THK COSTS OF GOVERNMENT Prepare to Meet Roosevelt Thursday to Talk Over the Matter A ;

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