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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1O8 FINAL EDITiOi With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17485 Daily Leased Wire Reports or United Press UP and International News Service CINS1 CHESTER PA MONDAY JANUARY 9 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS C OF C COMMITTEE ASKS CUT IN 1933 CITY BUDGET Slashing of Salaries Elimination of Certain Offices Recommended by Citizens Who Stressed Need for Economy in All Depart ments This Year MYSTERY MURDER ENDS PARK TRYST Police Changes of Autos Horses Inspector and Others Held on Income Given Salary Cuts Elimination of Certain Offices Proposed Some of the important recommendations of the Chamber of Com merce Taxpayers Committee to Chester City Council are as follows Further salary cuts for city employes Elimination of temporary clerk three others Install postage meter with all departmental mail under one supervisor t Cut city treasurers salary from SI000 to 5100 Study new method of tax bill distribution Special tax discount proposal disapproved Reduce captain of detectives to rank of sergeant Reduce two other sergeants to detective and patrolman Place three policemen on pension Sell two horses also three automobiles in police department No new uniforms this year Eliminate S900 item for automobile upkeep for sealer of weights and measures Eliminate milk inspector two sanitary inspectors building inspector Meat inspector should be placed on foot City garage mechanic eliminated 18TH AMENDMENT REPEAL FAVORED BY SENATE GROUP Resolution Reported to tip per House Must Be Rat ified in 7 Years Goes to Legislatures Rec ommended 10 to 4 Bans Saloon Return TWO THIRD WARD STORES BURGLARIZED City detectives are probing two re ported robberies in Third Ward stores last week under the belief that the same gang is responsible lor the series of thefts which have occurcd periodically Saturday The Union Clothing store Third and Market streets re ported 25 to 30 suits missing after entrance had been gained by the in truders through a rear window The thieves pulled down the window after their escape and the discovery was no made until later in the morning Last week thieves also visited the store of Harry M McCoy 525 Market streets gainingentrance through a barred rear window Neckties shirts a postal scale and several other ar WASHINGTON Jnn The Blaine resolution calling for im ioi mediate repeal of the 18th Amendlclps wcre then thrown away meat while protecting dry states of 11C Doubot store favorably reported bv the Sonnre I bpllcve tne thieves favorably reported by the judiciary committee today were after nothing but cash A strict r ritin watch is being kept on the business i seven ot apprehend At this tryslin place in Fairmounfc Park Philadelphia not far from Memorial Hall guards found thc body of Rose McCloskcy Ifl who had been attacked and beaten to death She had gone to Ibe park to meet Dennis Boyle 29 who was found vanderinsf along the street in a semiconscious con i dition after a severe beating A patrolman is shown guarding the spot where the grirls body was found Jealousy was considered a pos sible motive for the slaying of Rose IMcCloskey whose badly battered body was found in Fair mount Park Conferring with members of City cordial relations extended at various Council the members of the Comj meetings with the members of coun mittee on City Government of the makinS some Delaware County Chamber of Comour committee Gsear1cn merce presented a lengthy list of j operation from all officiSTand em recommendations and suggestions ployes It is the classes of business making membership of the Delaware Chamber of Commerce that with regard for the 1933 budget Last month the councilmen pre JOSEPH CZEKAY AGAIN CONVICTED BY JURm MEDIA Chester Township Justice of Peace 3 Constables Await Sentence New Trial on Conspiracy and Extortion Charges Concluded Saturday support in no small measure the pared a budget for 1933 which shaved from the departmental re quests On an assessment of ACSJU LLUJL u 016497 with a IHi mill rate thc j has the fundamental right as reprei PIatt of Riciicy township Constable councilmen figured an income of sentatives of the chamber to make a i Shirley OBrien and William Servoss SR1fiRR971 nf whien SI R1 74R Rfl was K hurt v nf fvia 4 Magistrate Joseph H Czekav of Fran ww LU illctfvC V of which was study of the fiscal situation and to charged oft to uncollected taxes and penalties The departments asked or in excess of receipts whereupon council slashed the budget to the amount stated above Now the Chamber of Commerce commit tee asks in ore slashed from the budget or slightly over 11 per make known its findings to your body the membership Delinquencies to Rise The committee views with some consternation the stability of the im mediate future Economic conditions the total operating expend for this aie not a bit assuring tures that make up the 1933 budget i and it is generally agreed by In addition the committee lists a o mists of repute that Cluulliuil IJiit el VJ WiLdU Ullljf 1 Hi number of suggestions concerning 1 provement take place Also do salaries and the elimination of certain i sight of the fact thatin offices in order that thousands of I numerable taxpayers have depleted dollars will be saved their savings due to unemployment The committee warns that delin financial reverses The long quencies will rise and to provide a j duration of the business recession its inevitable reactions is leaving telling impression on untold hun measure against deficit and safeguard the citys credit every effort should o Lilian tVGiy UiXULb 1fL I VJtA UlllVll1 1IUI1 be made to provide an entering wedge dreds and more noticeable of late for leeway by reducing total months Our growing list of charit tures below those already presented in j able cases bespeak this truth Idle tHo VniHoot i men walk our srrpprt the 1933 budget men walk our streets Unused cars LiiC Ji7UO U UUgCU 11 U3CUA VJclt O Stressing salary cuts the committee rest upon the sidings Incoming mails report emphasized that the city emj bring no orders Properties lie va ployes have had sure jobs no short cant and many are being time have had their salaries inj People are digging down foreclosed in their creased during the last two years l pockets for community funds Many through the purchasing power of the are privately helping their relatives dollar and have been much better and friends Taxpayers everwhere iluiinL aiiu iittvc UCLII JUHCil IjcLLCl j ukjjw o t vci y vvilci I treated by circumstances than the are drawing upon their dwindling re average worker The city employes serves and exhausting their credit must share the burden says the rei They are reaching the end of the i ccm rro of Eddystone were again convicted of conspiracy extortion and malfeasance slightly more than two hours Satur day The four men went on trial Friday accused of attempting to Shake down Frank DAmato Middletown township farmer when they raided his farm on the Knowlton road on August 4 and seized more than 100 barrels of highgrade liquor They were tried and convicted in October and were granted a new trial by Judge Albert Dutton MacDade The second trial was before Judge Norman T Boose of Somerset and the men were convicted of the same charges aa in the first trial They were found guilty of extortion mal feasance m office conspiracy and misbehaviour in office and adjudged not guilty of bribery and blackmail In addition Czekay was found guilty of two additional charges of extortion malfeasance and misbehaviour in of fice arising out of two cases he tried and failed to record in his docket Judge Boose stated that hc did not wish to pass sentenceuntil a member of the local bench was present Sen TWO CARS DAMAGED TWO MEN INJURED cars were badly damaged and two men were said to have sustained injuries in an automobile collision at Twelfth and Potter streets at 6 p in Saturday The automobiles were driven b HAS COMMITTEES HOUSE READY Clarence Welsh 310 East Fourteenth Aqcipnmonfc An sfJPPt whn lvnvplinT m U l tr Ly AU cation of legislatures within seven t ft years It would repeal the IBth g thc lhtcves Amendment place a Federal ban on importation of intoxicating liquors into dry state and authorize Congress to enact legislation prohibition a re turn of the saloon There was considerable discussion over the method of ratification but the legislature pluii was adopted finally because it would be far less expensive than ratification by sprcinl state con ventions The two major party plat lorms called for the convention sys tem It was the first time since prohibi tion was written into the Constitution I hut any committee of the Senate favorably reported a measure attack ing it In the past every wet mea sure has been defeated in the com C OF COFFERS AID IN SOLUTION OF p Times Suggestion for Con ference of Owners and U S Stressed Government Already Look ing for Other Site for Building PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER CHARGE Man Who Shot Daughter inLaw Will Be fenced Friday Sen mittee The Judiciar committee which rccommenderi repeal was composed virtually of the same Senators who Fasqunb Ginocchio on trial before Judge Ray Sherwood at Media this morning for the slaying of his daughterinlaw Esther 20 years old in the Ginocchio home 132 Thomas street this city Thanksgiving pleaded guilty to murder in the ny LIIU I lu OUlut lUl o I lO v vn i i vi 11 lu wiv i H V lilt only two years ago approved the S firsl and will be sentenced and 10 law drastically inj Friday street who was traveling west on Twelfth street and Charles R Young 715 Edgmont avenue The men said to have been injured were George L Welsh and Marvin Woolen whose ad dresses were not learned by polio and 10 law in creasing penalties for liquor law vio lations According o the evidence presented he shooting which caused the death noimCCd Tonight When The vote was 10 to 4 with vlulp woman terminated an Session Resumes absent dresses were not learned by polic0 r investigated the accident ThelOCnatC ilDUp AlSO to Be Tlie vote was Hasti nut of argument between the two growing of guests Invited to injured men disappeared before po lice arrived INTERVENTION vT IT i r INamcd Legislative lobs to Be Portioned i IL v 11 tlO Vy I 47 HI lilt Jl I iiVi UI V 1 UVvL I V4I inps Hebrrt Austin j partake of thr Thanksgiving Day Ashurst Walsh King i fltniTier by Mrs Ginocchio Dill Bratton and Neely Thomas Savage halfbrother of the LostAHccl ho was in his room Norris Robinson tno Thomas street house when he Schuyler Republicans wd tho pair arguing and then the and Blnck j Ifports of several revolver shots He l Thf after reciting that slici hc way from the house HARRISBURG Pa Jan f the ainendment shall be valid when by clmblng lluough a second story liegLslative leaders had ready today the assignments of legis lators to 40 House and 35 Senate committees including those which will handle the widely controversial tax reform economy blue law revi sion appropriation highway and dry law repeal bills in thc 1933 general assembly Legislators eagerly sought to learn to what posUs they had been appointed during the weekend conferencesof Continued on Last COP FOR AID THEN G r Group Permission to Aid in Collectionon Ramsey Bond t i i ivi unniii wiiu uri wnIOllt K Will Be Given Privilege control The lists may be made a mixup niinllr tnnirrht thn Should County Officials Make No Progress A tempest in a leapot was stirred up in Upper Darby Saturday between a traffic policeman and a woman driver caused by tlie action of an other motorist who left the scene ui ubuiiL moiorisii wno icit inc scene the organization chieftains who are wUhoiit knowing he had precipitated m rrmhrrjl Tho lictc mnrr Kr i winclov to a shod roof and that he I then iiotlrted neighbors i Philip Ginocchio the a i bus driver testified that he hail left his homo a short time before the f fatal shootiiig and was unaware of thetragedy until notified at his place of employment Detective Captain G J Peeriey after citing that three bullet wounds in Mrs Ginocchtos head had caused death told of the arrest of thc slayer and of thc lattcrs making a sconfes cast Interest hi committees vied W Roper Fronefield and John M Broomall Saturday thc Court re fused io grant thc petition of Attor ney James L Rankin that a com mittee of ten taxpayers be permitted to intervene in action to collect on the surety bond of William T Ramsey former tax collector of Chester J public tonight when the session starts i Mrs F Gibson Lcidy of SprlnRton its second week Some changes m Manor Apartments Upper Darby important were forehad parked hrr cnr nl the one of a row of machines on Copley road imct was about to back her auto out when another motorist stopped his machine and ran into n store to make tx pur with At a hearing held before Judges speculation as to what economics 7 Frniinfinlr anri Tnhr pOVCrnor PillCllOt will VCCOmmcnd jn his budget message Tuesday The governor has promised a budget one that is less than current one His message will show where he expects the sav ings to be effected But today the committee assign ments were foremost They will be announced by Speaker Graver C j UJJLcl iVLJl VJViA O Judge Fronefield made no final Talbot of the House andSen James cision continuing the matter for at least three weeks If thc county authorities have not then pressed judgment against the surety Mr defendants areat libertv hail PJCsentmg nis petition port The committees report as handed to Council follows January 6 1933 passage To Honorable Wm Ward Jr Mayor yoir re anri or rnimrii enuc estimate for 1932 was short b defendants are at liberty under bail njjsuge j The trial continued all day Satur This significant straw which shows day setting a precedent in court pro 4 cedurc Following addresses to the jury by E Leroy Van Roden repre senting Czekay Howard Kirk attor the direction of the wind should bo viewed with no little concern It is a known fact that your rev and Members of Council Chester Pennsylvania Gentlemen 515500000 It will not surprise the committee if thc revenue for 1933 falls as high as SIOQOOOflO short of ex Continued on Eleven cSitvGSni ment of the Delaware County Chamiless take a ha upward turn T ber of Commerce respectfully submus j safeguard the citvs credit and to for your grave considerationn its recj a dcfjcic evc1T effort should b ommendations and suggestions with made bv vour bodv to Drovide an cn regard to the budget for the city of i rering wedge for leewav by reducinr Chester for the year 1933 tota expenditures below those al Seven CPnLs thp tntal nf fhr Briefly our recommendation for I read v presented in your budget for cents as the total of the further reduction of your proposed i Iqot obtained by burglars who forced Mr Rankin asked for the grant ing of the petition on the grounds that sufficient time has elapsed to permit action by the county solicitor On the other hand County Solici tor Albert J Williams informed thc ney for the other three defendants I Lor Jwil isms informed thc and Assistant District Attorney C Court rnc awaiting the re William Kraft Jr Judge Boose j fult of R lonpthy audit undertaken by the Aetna Casualty and Surety Boyd president pro tcm of thc Sen ate In the House the more important committees are the Ways and Means Continued on Last Pare MAN FATALLY STRICKEN SCENE OF ROBBERY the county the funds misappropriated by HnqnHiT scy which total nearly The man Bower 227 Blanche of Stricken with a heart attack while waiting for a Darby trolley car at Fifth and Welsh streets Saturday evening Ernest F Bevan GO of 137 Chester pike Prospect Park died former mayor and former county commissioner budget aggregates S5000000 or slightly over 11 of the total operat ing expenditures that make up your budget The mere fact that about of the total budget constitutes debt charges our work had to be con fined to the other including about H70 in mandatory salaries Also additional reduction plus t 59000 an item allowed for a 5 disi Continued on Last Page PLANE FALL KILLS BRIDE OF 2 WEEKS seen to fall bv Everett Lynne They ran to count which our committee recom Wife mends disallowed is equivalent to a reduction of over eighttenths of a i mill in the tax rate KDur tion of changes appear in an accom panying table Before entering upon the discus Death had nut an rnri trviav tn tvo not attemPt to open the safe The rnance that U which looked like the work i son Jr IJead in Shang hai He May Recover entrance to the store of C L Morris a housefurnishing dealer at Marcus i Hook either late Saturday night or early yesterday morning j Entrance was gained to the place by jimmying open the front door Once inside the burglars onened every desk in the store In one they found a small box in which postage stamps are kept from which they Continued on Last Page revive him they took him to the hos bllt he dcad upon ftrrival TRIO OF BANDITS Mrs Leldy called Julius Iscl a traffic patrolman to aid her in getting out by petting the stranger to move Isel counseled patience but Mrs Lcldy it was reported insisted the blocking cnr be moved and in the ensuing argument Tscl escorted Mrs Leiciy before Magistrate Reinhart who Imposed costs of Angered Mrs Leiciy demanded to know why she wns not fined rind Roinliart obliged with a order Magistrate Reinhart then ordered her to the detention room for women until the money was paid A call to Judpe MacDade soon straightened out mat ters and Mrs Lcidy returned to her Last Friday the Chester Times printed a front page editorial which called to the attention of the resi dents of Chester the fact that the sum of stood between the city securing an ornate Federal building from the government and empha sized the fact that some action was necessary The was the amount in excess of the total the gov crnment will pay for a post office site Fifth street and Edgmont avenue and the would be wiped out If the owners reduced their prices paving the way to a solution of the purchase The Times editorial stressed the Importance of these owners getting together in a matter of civic progress and adjust their prices The Chester Times following pub lication of the editorial was soundly congratulated for its progressiveness m bringing this matter to the atten tion of the citizens telephone and personal messages arriving at this office It the thought of the Times thatif the citizens of Chester are interested in getting their new gov ernment building that they would Immediately ask for a conference with the property owners and a gov ernment agent to see if a way could not be found to meet the govern ments price Otherwise there will be a long delay before the building is started and it may be postponed in definitely The Times has been informed that agents of the Treasury Department nre now considering othersites of FORCEFUL ADDRESS BY LOCAL ATTORNEY A return to things spiritual and a more charitable attitude towards ones fcllowman are two funda The prosecution of the case was in charge of Assistant District Attorney Clement J J McGovcrn The de fendants attorneys were John J Stctsor and Lloyd Goman TO FOLLOW RAIN Rain Is forecast for today In Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be slightly warmer in New Jersey and Delaware Fair is the forecast for tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 24 degrees at 2 p m and the lowest was 35 at 830 a m The average was five degrees above nor role in the return of the nations to normalcy So spoke Attorney John J Stetser who addressed the mem bers of the Holy Name Society of St Roberts Church at their monthly meeting held last evening in the church auditorium Twentyfirst end Potter streets The speaker blamed greed and selfishness for the greater part of theIlls of the world and declared that more character building organ izations such ns church groups civic organizations and clubs similar to the Chester Boys Club are needed today The speaker was introduced by Harry A Hynes chairman of the entertainment committee He also announced that a meeting of the mal of 33 The highest temperature j evening banquet to be tendered the St Rob erts High School football teams will be held tonight in the parish build ing All reservations for the dinner must be made before next Friday ever recorded here on January 8 was 07 in 1930 and the lowest was 10 In 1012 Sunrise today was at 723 a m and sonscl will be at 454 p m Eastern ui5 ana JMIS jjciav returned to ner H apartment after Reinhart remitted Standard time the fine nnd costs PAIR STAGE FIGHT WIFE IS FINED Bessie Harris 29 Negro 1521 DEMOCRATS PLAN 130000 NEW JOBS WASHINGTON Jan Elaborate plans are beinp made by Congressional Democrats to open at SMALL FIRE OUT LINER NEW YORK minor fire aboard the liner France at Lc Havre yesterday wns confined to electric wiring and piping in a cabin and was extinguished in five minutes without damaging the woodwork it was announced here today by H Ainsley Highman general manager of the passenger line fin inrl LO open ai nn arraigned Iloa5t to dc Hcr husband William who wiis 1 rested with her and whose head n The couple was arrested Certain persons celebrated Christ mast last Saturday Well as far lusmu wnn ncr ana wnosc neaa was rp u Vhn u wen as xar a4 swathed in bandars discharged ls concerned they had a party the patronage that goes with r i UCJILII jjau uui ai sion of budgetary considerations this j romance that led committee begs leave to say that it j Phillips 23 of tuuaueipnia yuuu would be ungenerous not to record I miles over land and sea to China to i appreciation of the indefatigable wed Christy Mathewson Jr fort and admirable spirit with which They were married on Christmas the director of accounts and finance j Eve in Shanghai Christy son of the Hon John J Luttrell has met this famous New York Giants pitcher onerous undertaking of compiling a took his bride on her first proposed budget for 1933 and the Saturday afternoon Shanghai time Shortly after the takeoff the motors took six cents From the cash regis ter they took one cent The robbery was discovered by Mr Morris last night when he went to the store to switch on a light that burns all night The burglars did not attempt to open the safe The HONORCOOLIDGE Memorial Services Held in j Take Contents oFRcgisters Church ExPresident At tended as a Boy PLYMOUTH VI Jan day morning when luunu a i t w private war at Ninth slroct and Ccn jobs 9ftuscd lhc cco tral avenue Several passerby whojnomic attempted to intervene as peace makers also attacked by the infuriated woman police testified Louise Craig Negro of East Four teenth street who was arrested on the technical charge of suspicion after shf applied at the Chester Hos 1 j pltal early yesterday for stab wounds and Keheve Customers f the breast wars discharged this f rpk i i morning when she revealed the name OI ineir lof her acnailant her brotherinlaw Three young men in formal cve rs w reported to SS nation and his family paid their last block West Chester pike Llanerch i tributes to the dead exPresidenr j and after ordering sodas held GUN TOTER HELD FOR A HEARING ACKS BUTLER NAVY POST Pinchot Spon sors Appointment of For mer Marine General Major General Smedley D Butler of Newtown Square retired marine much better one than we did Their first of the year will be next Saturday but its hard to convince their landlords that it wasnt nine days ago TRIES FATAL TO i To i TilVd f ACCIDENT VICTIM i u i iomcerwill be urged for the post of Assistant Secretary of the Navy in In the little whitepainted Union and some small chanpr Church as typically New England as i The men entered the store about HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press faltered and the erafc nosedived and i crashed into a river bank i evening m the Chester Hospital from Mrs Mathewson was killed in injuries sustained when he istantly cablegrams received in Phila1 struck by an automobile at Ninth delphia said Christy was detailed nd pQttpr strr as an aviation instructor in a school rf i at Shanghai t ctuccember 31 j vi L 4 A j i ii ji in i uci iJ UI M zi LUi f AiJUU Nicholas Makins of 1503 ProvJ the late President who worshiped the time Carson and Jamos Basting rftnlinllpfi t Pinfr vr dence avenue died at 615 oclock last there as boy and man they listened 16 were preparing to close the place Thrmnr PrrVv in nnL evening in the Chester Hospital from to ttle service for the night rnon n orifl filfH Omfplv ntlt ac rVlrt Tmr TI7il t A tnrt lifn V rar i iwi I Louis Carter 27 Ncfcjro of the 400 bloclc Union street was held for a continued hearing by Magistrate filed Qut Rev Wili A sort tinrie later three other men court this AT fEFFERSOX PARK sliam Forkell closed his earnest eulogy well dressed enured thc drug store i illLhwith the simple words of John MondeJl at Marshall and IIS r SSSM adY5io1 hcre i the Roosevelt cabinet Food should be served before games at a bridge luncheon Eating with people you arent speaking to doesnt promote good digestion The man who hides behind womans petticoat nowadays must have an awfully lonesome time of it up there in thc attic A local sports promoter is talking about equipping a skating rink with tinted ice What could be more ap propriate than black and blue A bill has been introduced in Con gress to create a super cabinet to give the President and Congress ad According to a report coming outjT au of Harrisburg Governor Pinchot will i vice BuL now to make them take it suggest Gcrifral Butlnrs name to i ls the Question Presidentelect Roosevelt at a con ference at the Roosevelt home in Hyde Park New York General Butler Republican and Presidential campaign early declared is a Progressive during the last SHANGHAI Jan Christy Mathewson Jr son of the body rests The automobile was driven by J E i Rev Norman Moss of Lud Holmcs an mtornc at St Vincents the Rcv John O Long Of Hospital Npw York clty who to the counter to buy sodas ijnj w 01 i Proctorsvillc and thc Rev Mr For drrw while one after ifccll chaplain at the State Prison m threatened Mondcll the others i the house Carter had Pe reached a 33calibre for Roosevelt and made a numbe Lambasting the United States again George Bernard Shaw the playwright says he has defined tho 100 per cent American as 99 per cent idiot and still They just adore me How flattering to Bernard if Continued on Last 1 right in both respects Bunro Foolhardy St j famous baseball pitcher fought for i returning to the metropolis after kcll chaplain at the State Prison m n VfrS I rtJ v i visiting relatives in the south over Windsor conducted the services to lwo casn Retting j which men and women of all dpSM FranK Csvasnan of 316 BurjirjAn and wav pursuing another Mica Odcric Trice Beau Wrack life today after an airplane he piloted relatives in the south over Windsor conducted the services to Chfcon Wild Child Buster B crashed at Lunghua killing his bride Christmas holidays Holmes is i which men and women of all de f avnrmr nhn n rho fftr 2Vagaries K Russell Noels Dress of two weeks under bond having been given a nominations came to fill thc pews rpUpJJJ n sin Dont Touch WichitaRargabald The tragedy occurred while the faring in police court after the aci Clarence Blanchard who played Bill Nort Wcgra Kenny Boy couple was still enjoying their honey dent This morning Detective Cap with Calvin Coolidge among thc I failed to find S65 in the DocetS Kathryn i moon Mathewson seriously injured tain Pcency notified Holmes of the hills when they were boys together another cuSor wmiam Brow Mint fjI nrafh of anri Viirvi nf W1 ufujiii vvuiirirn xruwn Kathryn Mint Viola Stinson Gideon The Nile Little Marcclle The Bourbonion Gold Tip Lorraine S Ran On Bud Charlton Seymour Dred Scott Sa bula Deb Drombo Moon Bloki Red Fel low Ciceronesc Voltcsta Copley moon Mathewson seriously injured is expected to live but has not been told of his wifes death death of Makins and instructed him i conceived the idea of a memorial to return here for the inquest which i service and by rural partyline juS vv II c S QG2LLO i w wi uiou w j iui i i u isy jjcui When he was dragged from thc i Tin be neld upon nis arrival in this j telephone he summoned the people SITE ACCEPTED Tlie Treasury Department at Wash of 2327 Marshall road who entered j Ington has accepted property for the fVlP ntfiTf Hrhilr tTnf Hnlfinn JLTH noTir nrvcfnfncn ot wrecked plane by rescuers his first words were Take care of my wife His bride whom he married on Christmas Eve was the former Mar garet Phillips of Philadelphia wx ui Square Danair Walter Jr Sweep The couple was returning to Shang r haf in a plane owned by Finance Water Minister Soong They had stopped Northern Water TJncle Si at Lunghua for luncheon In takh a Z CrumP Harum Scamm i off from the water there the plane or Qur Qf controj and dived a Atlas Monocle Weather cloudy track slow 1 mud bank city KnVANIS CLUB SPEAKER Honorable Clinton Rodger Wood ruff Director of Public Welfare of Philadelphia TV in be the guest speaker at the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club to be held at noon Wednesday in the Y W C A build ing Seventh and Sproul streets The director give a talk on some in phases of hLr work John I Buckley is chairman of the meeting I from their the general cl of five g and a short one responded The Coqlidge pew was empty as each minister in turn spoke his words of praise and prayer for its former occupant Black crepe and thc flag covered the bare oak of its borders Before the pulpit was a picture of Calvin Coolidare framed in a wreath thc holdup was in new postofflce at Darby on the north west corner of Main and Ridge ave Five minutes later three men It was offered by Verlcnden made their appearance at the Drexel Brothers at t i More tnan 100 Hm Drug company store Berry and Burmont avenues and ordered the manager Harry Evans into a rear room and escaped with in cash and they took from the cash register TJ S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Treasury balance as of January fi 5405550234575 expenditures Conlinucd on Page Eleven 65412 customs receipts GRANTED NEW TRIAL Willie Brown Negro convicted kid naper and slayer of Dorothy Lutz 7 who last February was lured into a vacant house attacked and beaten to death was granted a new trial today by the State Supreme Court Justice George W Mnxey allowed the retrial following appeals to the Superior and Supreme Court Times Ad Soon Sold His Truck C Munyan of 3 Johnson ave nue Linwood had a bargain truck for sale He could not tell every one about it so he did thc next best inserted a small advertisement in the classified sec tion of the Chester Times Did Mr Munyan get any results Well listen Will you please discontinue my advertisement I have sold my truck through the Times ad and wish to congratulate you upon thc speedy results obtained Here is a tip to anyone desiring to sell something in jig time Merely get with an ad taker at the Times thcnawaJt quick results A county woman regained her estranged hubby by giving him a slice of fruit cake Having eaten It the poor fellow was helpless no doubt for the time being The Weather WASHINGTON Ian Forecast for tonigrht and Tuesday Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer sey Fair and somewhat cooler to night Tuesday fair with slowly rising temperature Western Pennsylvania Fair and colder tonight Tuesday fair ajid warmer probably ligrht rain Tuesday night TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m3011 a m1131 m32 Noon 3G 8 a m34 1 p tn S3 9 a m 34 2 p m33 10 a m65   

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