Chester Times, January 11, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania r DAILY AVERAGE NET I* A I I) Cl RCI -RATION FOR SIV MONTHS FN DING SF PI I Mil FR 20,108 FINAL EDITION ! ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.187. D»U* I    Wire    Report*    of    t'r.Hed    P-e**    iUF and Internationa. New# 8er>;ce i INS > CHESTER. TA., WKI'XKSKAV. .TANT ARA' ll. UVU TRICE, TWO CENTS ON AUCTION BLOCK STATE HIGHWAY BUREAU FACING INVESTIGATION Searching Probe of Pinchers “Pet” Awaits Senate’s Action ('om rn it tee of 3 From Each Branch Proposed: McClure Bill Out HARRISBURG. Jan. ll    INS- — Pennsylvania's highway department, boast of Governor Gifford Pinchot. today facrd a searching inveatlga-tion by an unfriendly General Assembly, Institufed in the House, five move to .start the probing machinery I awaited only the formal approbation of the Senate. That branch,! overwhelminglv anti - administration indicated its willingness to go along immediately after hearing the Governor* budget message I he State mother and ten *m.»ll brother* and sister*, pretty .Mary Jrzowski. of Lynn. Mass., i offering herself in marriage ti* any man who can afford to create a trust fund Gelding an income of $2,500. she ha* had .manv offer*, hut none ha* come up to the financial requirement*. DIVORCE PARTS SOCIETY COUPLE ('ontinual Drinking by Hushand Blamed for Marital Troubles f AV PINf UHT KUS: WA UM KR WEATHER UUY .I IM MUI ;\M\o |>|j|.;|)|( '|T |) | ,>k aku: a SENATE TO PUNISH WILE’S DEFAMER Executive Appearing En* heralded. Sn guest* Horses hipping Says (>nlx State vents Acting .nu rre-Himself; Reed Apologizes In order to support her sick father. Roads Commisce reported favor ably on the resolution of Rep Fiedertck C Peters, Montgomery county, but a Senate floor vote was not taken en it yesterday. The Peter.* measure anthol:/e.* a committee of three Senator* and three Hou.se members “to investigate and study the desirability of continuing the low cost tvpe highway construction and whether such highways justify the expenditures made; also whether the amounts expended from the motor license fund on low cost tvpe highway.* should be limited or discontinued bv the I egislature " Setting another precedent for a regular session. Hou.se and Senate Adjourned today with legislative calendars in shape for action next Monday night. The Senate acted upon Ave bills on the second reading calendar. If wa* the first time any branch of t!ve Assembl1,- had advanced legislation to that siage as early in a session. The five measures will come up for final vote next week Two of the Senate bills would make marked changes in the present administration of the States highway system. One. sponsored bv Senator John J. McClure. Delaware county, would make the State, rather than counties, responsible for road damages incurred in the relocation of State highdays. The other, introduced by Senator I eroy F Chapman, Warren county, would compel the department of highways to construct and maintain road* in boroughs and towns which are a part of the State system. Senator Richard Williamson. Hunt- Continual drinking on the part of her husband, Wayne S Vetterlein. 38 of Sherwood mad. Philadelphia, won a divorce for Mrs. Helen Shelton Vet- HARRISBURO, Jan ll INS Gov. Gifford Pinrhot faced hi* po-I lit leo I foes in the state Senate toda1 , demanded that they discipline Scna-toi George I, Reed for his vicious attack upon Mrs Pinchot and decland that only the law* of the state prevent him from taking punitive action himself. His appearance was followed bv an apology bv Senator Rf*d. Reed .* punishment should be horsewhipping. the governor declared. Immediately after Governor P.n-cl.ot left the chamber. Senators John J McClure. Delaware county, and Harry B Scott Centre, two of the dominant organist ion factor* in the Upper Chamber of the General Assembly. conferred. Soon other Senators high in the organization councils joined the group. Heed wa. called. Tile conference between Reed and organization heads lasted several minutes When Reed emerged he was accompanied by two Senate stenographers. They went directly toj the Senate library, where the statement of apology to the Senate was drafted Reed rase in the Sonata on a point of personal privilege and delivered hi* apology. Reed victim of a nervous break-* down about a year arn appeared calm and collected as he made his apology. He said’ "As far as nu nm,Aik relating to Mrs Pinehot in nu address‘Mnn- lncreasing cloudiness and wanner i tile prediction in Ft en v nnsv vania. New Jersey Delaw .ire and Maryland There probabh w ll Iv* light rain and colder weather tonight, and it will be generally fair and much cojder tomorrow The highest temperature here yesterday v^as 45 degrees at 3 30 p in and the lowest was 36, at 7 30 a m T he av et age of 40 w as seven degrees above normal for tile date and two degrees above the average January HI last year. Maximum temperature for the date is ML established in 1930 and minimum 5 below zero, in 187r> Sunrise today wa* at 7 23 a in , and sunset will be nt 4.55 p rn Ka* em Standard time. ASSUMES BLAME; PLEADS GUILTY ('OI.I.INUIT VI K CHOI I’ I AX OHS KKIU (’THIN William M Hunter, secretary of the r.txpavcrV Assoc:at .on of Delaw are Ut inf. . and M "hew Rankin an af-1 torney of this < ty appeared before the members of Collingdale Borough Council at a regular meeting last j night They urged Hie councilmen to give serious consideration to the ques- j Hon of tax reduction Councilman Whittaker A Parkin I addressed five taxpayers' represent-1 atees »»nd .lid the borough councils had such plan* underway. There us more than likelv to be a reduction j amounting to atxuit one mill In the j rate. Hie association representatives were told l»v councilmen ‘BABY BANDITS’ AT LANSDOWNE I |)|><*r I>ai In Resident Sa>s !/>ck Druutfist, dork and Higdon, introduced a measure to ap propriate $30 000 000 from the motor intoxicated fund to aid cities, boroughs, intoipoi- women in her presence ated towns and townships in eon- When at New London, Conn., in st meting roods The sum of $10,000 - 1920. to attend the bon’ tar'1.* her OOO would be divided between Phila- husband was again intoxicated arm delphi*. Pittsburgh, and Scranton; dived overboard aero- two boats srnoo.ooo would be appropriated for fracturing his nose and a rib terlein. 31. of Houston and Glen Mary cav night are concerned. I legret they roads, Radnor.    Judge    Albert Dutton    were    marie    and    tender the Senate MarDade signed the Anal decree    my apologies.’* Senator Reed said. granting    the divorce    on grounds of    “I further state that tm lemarks cruelty.    were    made    upon    my individual re- Th< couple, both prominent so- 1 possibility and without consulting dally, was married in Philadelphia any member of the Senate or anyone on February 4 1922 They have three active in the Republican partv " children, Wayne. Jr. ll; Frederick Several senators congratulated him •S . 9, and Donald H , 8. who arc with upon his refraction. Mi*. Vetterlein    Gove    mon    Pinchot    lashed    nut vigor- Mf Vet ?aricin ti tiffed that hoi    on iv at Senator Reed    not    on< <•    m n husbands habitual drinking caused    tuning his name her great embarrassment. The drink-    si na tors remarks mg started on the night of their wed-, n« and challenged him and his allies ding she said, when lier husband got tt, meet him face to face on anv issue so drunk in Atlantic City that it But I insist thcv shall tease this was necessary to summons a doctor cc wa rd Iv system of striking at me On oilier occasions, she said, when through a woman. It has gone too he    made    love to other    far” Wife Sold Liquor I Ka nrd In Him: <Ither ( a*es Appearing before Judge \V Royer Fronefleld. Char’!1 P, McCormick. 29 of Emerson avenue Upper Darby, pleaded guilty to possession of liquor found in his house County' Detective August Nu mevcr testified > ii raid on the place after operative* of Detective James Melt had in.th* "buys' of liquor McCormick who was rep' cot cd bv Attorney Franklin Grab.un. caid his wife, who is now in a hospital, had sold a I it t lr liquor, but he was taking the blame for possession of the st ,fl In the other case Richard Gi im n with the same defense counsel, pleaded guilty. His place, in Church lane. Yeadon, was raided after Yeadon borough authorities had made complaints. Detective O N. Smith testified. Liquor wa1 ‘Old over a bai and ber- was on tap, the Court Wa> informed. Bmh men will be sentenced Ftiriav Assistant District Attorney William I B M cCle nae ha n Ji u th- commonwealth's re pi e 'IU,dive 111 both; ease*. leo Domalr.ski. 18 of nidlev Far. wa.* placed on probation bv J tide < Fronefleld, when he admitted i-i hv-: mg a bicycle which had bern mien bv two younger box < Attorney M ■ * youth. A jury in the courtroom of .iud ( Fronefleld acquitted David H Robertson. formerly of Ridley Balk and now of Claymont. Del of cli;nu ^ of < ii $ ( ii im prs in Store ( (‘liar; Rifle Register ...BBY A MOTHER    OFFICIALS TAKE IO PER CENT CUT IN SALARIES Pass 1933 Budget as Prepared No Change Made in 111 2 Tax Rate Millage Rescind Ordinance Providing for Discounts and Penalties on Payment of 1933 Taxes, on Taxpayers’ Recommendations Director of Accounts and Finance Luttrell Am nounces He Will Prepare Amended Budget in Consideration of Suggestions Made by I axpayers and Chamber of Commerce C ommittees Seeking Reductions op mf a hoi rift in nth Hot thai I Via wan 'd hi* si avenue, was thr bandit: •ok and d into ti a cash anionic > propric a preset! audits rn no rem v riruggl* 201 West , win Haiti- • in 16 lo th ; hem ani e Lansdowne, one week ntoned bv two armed last night, when hr four customers were • cellar while the thugs cgister of $35 and fled ■>r. Sol Rosenblum, was non department when cled the store. Charles clerk, wa* waiting on ( ailing Rosenblum to J of thr bandits walked the place while Hie I in the front. Tach Hoi, den nbed as not more oid tined up the six I r< cd them to descend loping thr door aftri rn A customer, few minutes Ii cr* pounding leased t hem Lansdowne p Onbbrn and Smith were investigate Ti bandit* had Ac Rosenblum sr bol h of short. overcoats with over their eye* nervous, he sail on R in Vetterlein is ronnrrtrd Hurd class cities, a similar sum for towns and boroughs, and sin non non Vrlterlein Fuel Compart for township*. Senator Clarenie Bookman. Burg,*, offered a bill which would authorize the Governor to appoint an ire-boat commission of three persons who. act- Church mg with a similar commission in New 'granted with the Philadelphia. and Mrs Vetterlein is a daughter of tin late Frederick H. Shelton, of Sunnv id Farms, Media Mrs Ethel M Mattox. 34 of 334 street, thin city, has been divorce from James H Striking with a bitterness unsual < .trillnurd un Page Seven DEMES Hu PONT IS TO IU V E ASTM AN KODAK Jersev. would opri ate ice-boats to keep Mattox 45, of 122 Abb ' the Delaware Rivet clear of in from city, on the ground- of Philadelphia to Trenton No appropriation of funds was specified New Weidemann Hill A proposal to chance the fore!' •. huck reciprocity law came from Rep Thomas Weidemann. Delaware county, whose bill extended to thirt’-rays, the time permitted nu*-of-st a:e passenger bus owners and operator Continued on Page Seven MRS, ROOSEN ELT S HATS ( KU K ISE!) NEW YORK Jan. ll Here is a note Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt received recently: I am a great admirer of your dis- They were ma 1915 and mover afterwards. Mn husband of de: 1920. tied in Georgia in ’n this city shortly Mattox mensed her Ding lier in July. ITHIX HK OI TRI Ch IN.H’KKD IN I KASH nOCHKSTFR. N Y .Jan. ll TTP. Reports that Kastman Kodak Company wa- to bn adjoined by F I du-Pon de Nemours A* Company, Willet, this Ellington. Del., were denied todax bv desertion William G Stuber, president of Eastman Kodak "If the duPont Company Is absorbing Eastman Kodak.'' Stuber said, “I know nothing about it We lira reports like that off and on If any one would know about such a thing I think I would." u    "I’'/,,J"',I'    I driving    a car    while un    •    the    in Hr* br aneled trip ,    #    ,    ,    , ti    •*    of ll-,    A - a aa    ’.od    ,    V I    *. <. n ”    f    • owners consent and failing to stop alter an accident. It was testified that Roberts Ob wa* Involved in an accident on the Chester P’ke, near the (’rum Lynne bridge, on Hie afternoon of September    25.    Robertson was    driving    the car    of Charles    H. Doyle,    of    this cliv, it was testified, and was later aire.*fed by Ridley Park police The c.n was taken from a baseball field at Lc;petVille and later returned, A horner Mathur Dougherty made an earnest plea for the man's acquittal Assistant District Attorney C William Kl a,* . Jr prosecuted tile case Sentence will be passed on Friday. ring the afore a heard the prison-he door and re-isenblum notified and Patrolmen tiled to learned tim* the a small coupe. ii hic intruders were Elgin, build and wore oft hat* pulled down They were not visibly They made tin attempt to molest anv of tile customers, or Kelly, who lives on Burmont road Lansdowne. 'Die druggist has been at the new location only a week. moving from West Philadelphia He live* in an apartment over tin- Blore FIREMAN SESTA INS I MITRY IO FOOT Mrs I lith* Holm.in Reynold* early last mc lit gave birth to a boy in a Philadelphia hospital, her son bring a potiult.ii heir to a fortune of $15,-000,(MKI to $20,000,000. LIBBY BOLMAN HAS BABY SON ( OI NCI IAI EN ARE CENSURE!) TaxpHyor.s’ Association Is Not Pleased In I’a ss a go (ti I'03 Bud cot More than loo persona who at-trndrit a meet mg held last evening at the Cheater Club, fill Welsh street, under the auspice* of the Taxpayers' Association of Delaware County, un - City Council In regular session yesterday afternoon, unanimously passed the 1933 budge* ordinance and ako ; * he tax levying ordinance, Axing the millage a’ lit*. In connection with this action each member of council and other elected and appointed municipal official* voluntarily took a IO per ecol salary cut, a sum totaling $3300 to be added as revenue A resolution, offered by J J Luttrell director of the Department of Accounts and Finance, providing for tile rescinding of a resolution passed by council at a meeting held December 27. 1932. fixing Hie discount and penalties with respect to Hie payment of taxes for the year 1933, disapproval animous’.v passed a resolution cen- which wax made by a committee •airing Minor William Ward, Jr . and representing the Delaware County member* of City Council for failure Chamber of Commerce, was also to reduce the tax rate for 1933.    passed    by    unanimous    vote. "Their act loll, taken lo defiance of Formal .statement was marie bv public sentiment, reveals a stubborn Direc tor Luttrell, that he is preparing refusal to help property owner* in i,ri amended budget, for presentation their time of need and allows that in the near future, which will bf in our city nffi< (als plan to pile up for compliance with recommendations future expensing a large sum of money to    be collected    under the strong atm    of the taxing    power," the resolution leads In part At. the same time the executive committee of the a nociation was “instructed to take all appropriate Steps to procure a reversal by the city official* of their deco ion and tv vigor-teriously    slain    heir    to    ousiv present to all other    tax levying t obacco    millions,    ami    bodies our    fit rn determination that tiler were doing well’ taxes must be reduced. Posthumous ( hilt! of Reynolds and Actress \\ orth Millions I rn our son of Smith and suggest Iona made by t he Dela-waie County Taxpayers Association and the County Chamber of Com-merce Committee An ordinance providing for the levying and assessing of city ta se* and fixing the rate at IL* mills, tire same as last year, was passed on final reading Formal • eplies were sent to the citizens' and taxpayers’ commit tees, setting forth action taken by comr The J Tost I Reynolds, in1 tile Revnold? his actress n    ...    __      |____WM    HRJ    I__ at the Uhtlad' phi* l ying In Hor- The meeting wa* presided over bv ‘ii and reasons why certain request* pita I today.    Samuel    D, Clyde who remarked, that    Hnd demand* made bv    the commit - The stork art    iv ti I    wa* prematura    salaries    and wages decreased within    Bere Bot complied    with at    this and a normal both would    have    im -    the past few year* and people today    tim#, chief among them being    that curred in about    a n    auh,    it    v as    are not    able to pay taxes on the basks    ‘ owned was compelled    lo pass    the Ie    ..... \ilnnl .Switching (».i* line served from the pum$ WILMINGTON. Del.. Tan ll UP' Officials of the F I duPont de Nemoura a- Company Thrown ‘.trough the windshield of nled reports that Eastman Kode* Ins truck when thi vehicle figured Company wa* to be absorbed bv the in a collision ‘hi afternorTn, ai Sev- former company. er.th and Mrdiaon .street.*. Aaron Atonovitz, 362 Wolf .stre*I Philadelphia, sustained e fractured hand ruts and bruise* which injuries were given treatment at the Chester Hospital. Police learned the Philadelphia motorist was driving easi on Seventh ( I bearing well-known ti ade name.* may j not always be what the motorist thinks it Is if wa* proved In a case I heard bcfo;o J>i«j c MarDade FTeri C. Zimmerman and Charles R. I Cianciacuio admitted they hail served .< onlinueri un I’.ige seven EOM MITTL I) TO JAH. ON EIRIX ( HARfiKS Milford NEW YORK Jan. ll INS' Rumor* of impending absorption of Eastman Kodak Company by the F I duPont de Nemours Company today stirred Wall street and industrial circle*.    „ Consolidation of the $1.50.000,000 Clashed husband and have the ut- S|rPt,t ftn(j Wfcs struck bv an auto- Rochester camera oi ganizatton and most respect for his talented wife— m0bile driven but who picks out those terrible hats? Permit me to suggest you appoint your pretty daughter to select them hereafter You owe it to your public to appear proper Iv dressed "A MARRIED MAN" Mrs, Roosevelt laughed as she fingered the note, and said "I wish I knew where to address an answer.” bv a Mrs, Clara Whitlock, 305 South Orange Street. Media Aronovitz wa removed ’.i the hos tile $600 000 000 industrial empire dominated by duPont. lf effected would tie the biggest industrial mer- pttal bv a pa .ire motorist and un- gi r of the depression period. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Rf I nitrrt Pi til a late hour today the Media woman had made rn report of the collision to local police. TIU VK < tvv nu: us will. KOK VI OKU WIZ ATKIN A large attendance of motor truck owners and operators, interested representatives of local industrial concerns. is anticipated at a meeting to Should the consolidation be effected. duPont would probably get the lions share of th«> busine:1 of supplying film, cameras, projecting machines and other instruments to the motion picture industry. PLK NT V OK SMOKE! IHT LITTLE: UKK A dense smoke pall which chi a Clarence Campbell, 29 of Del,, was held in SI (XKI bail for the Grand Jury follow ng a he.inn," i night before Magistrate Charles W V-.liiamson of M; r< r H on the charge of disorderly cor ferret by ft vs young Kit them scholars in the Linwood grammar school. The accused man wa* given a preliminary hearing Monday night at. which he denied the r.large* and offered an alibi, which w s < he< ked nj) yesterday and proved to be only partly Hue. Last night ne con fas." d He was committed t this morning. Answering un alarm sent In from Box 46 located at Fourteenth and Chestnut a Trets, yesterday HfterntTon at 145 oi k)ck, district firemen being rall"d upon lo extinguish a fire in tile living room of an apartment at fill) j East Fourteenth street, which slightly damaged a davenport nntl was extin-g i heel va it ti iii a ?« w moment, after (the arrival of the first fire company, j Thomas Bell. of th* Good Will Fire ■Company No 2. ,su.xlam**ri a severe j injury to his left foot, Bu] was riding a step atop tile rear i mudguard of one of the pumper*, til* left foot hanging over the edge of the guard, and as the truck passed through iii** door of tile fire home his foot was wedged between the mudguard and the door frame The apparatus was immediately halted when ii I rn 'd#to the driver, David F and the man was placed in another I condition apparatus and taken to the Cheater i tup mother also Hospital where after receiving emergency treatment he was admitted file foot was found to be severely lacerated with possible broken bones An X-ray examination will he marie today to determine the rxart nature uct pre- of the mjury. , three of I    ................ vt HYI V UNDERWAY • with all premature cif til*1 hospital said, son of smit ii Revoir w a placed in a will not tie weighed of 1929 wages.    I    budget because the city government ’"I lie people an* gefWng tax eon-    *° function and the officials pad scions and unlc x there is some relief sufficient time to give full con* we will be getting deeper in the rut. 'iteration to the suggestions, a ss ut-It I* a mistake for Hie man who rents '‘bee Nom: given that such sugges-to ' ay lie im* no interest in faxes j (Ion* will be taken up promptly. I . vlTodv t« <fLH<d The man who ««In t irs of tile mayo* member* of rent* is really tim first to fee! the wmne!I, city solicitor, city controller, burden of (axe* Mr. Clyde Mated rl,v engineer, clfv assessor and rity He took a rap »’ City Utiuneil for j r!rr!u totaling $3.1000 00 per annum, not decreasing tile millage for the    affected bv file IO per rent. cut. which ^ undeveloped j ensuing year and invited those pre* Departmental appropriations, pro-ent to attend the next meeting of ^ided for in tile budget, are im fgjs council with tire executive committee '’w* Public affairs 'police], $l0fl,» of Hie Taxp t1 era’ A' oetaflon,    ,A54,91,    accounts and finance, $453,* s and cd today. A.* is tile ci babies, official the posthomot ' olds, itnmedla "hot bcd' am for a day rn two. Doctor*, guf sing on tile weight of the baby. said lie would weigh be-I tween five and six pounds 'Hie "hot bed ' is an elaborate arrangement, in bable* are kept. several deva after bn th, depending upon their condition*. In if the temper ntftre of the I mot lid body at, Hie birth L* main-! tamed in order to allow1 the best chance* to live, doctor*, explained. Mrs It' vHolds' hoely temperature of 98 2 clegn s, at the tinu* file child was born at 6 48 p, rn., yesterday, is bring maintained in file riot bed.'* Dr, Norn* W. Vaux att nding phy-! sir ;an who announced til** birth of tile heir to the I? J Reynold* to-, bar eo millions, fatd baby wa* doing ‘rn that under th' th' eland the tax problem la a serious j *mn    public    improvements,    $74 699; enc and he urged the taxpayer* of    iu*ik.x    and p'iblie projicrty,    $78 849. this city to (mite so that they can    1 rom ma lr! tliat theft wishes in* «’arried    IIH w» re    (lie feature of    tile srs- out    k!°"-    devoid of any excitement and It canon!1 ire accompli1 bed bv or- *l,h oaly UR’tnbers of the municipal ganization I is not necessary to*governing t'odv in attendance, not t.' n ne a hostile attitude, but you i0,1 * ' PIf entgtive of ei'her of the committees previously mentioned be- C’nnlinued on Page seven “f !* Due lo rive fact that It wa* absolutely necessary that the city govern- I* "doing weir Ford, Bacon A; Davis, New York. efficiency engineers, began a survey I of Haverford township and school ■ finance* yesterday. Horatio Oates Lloyd, of Haverford, who is serving a* township treasurer and tax eoi-j he county j#ii lector, is personally defraying the co t of the sun'ey. he said Contrary to reports that an elaborate suite wa.* engaged af Die fashionable hospital for tile former Broadway entertainer she had a plain, single room With a bath She did not have even a private nurse, it was understood I he child was in I** "hot bed” In the nursery where a;, other children at Hie hospital are kept Hospital authorities de Tri bed the C. J. POWERS GOLSON TRIAL f onUnued on Pare Ncvm SLAIN ROBBI It I OI SII Continued on I’age Seven El LINC* OE LIBEL H ALTS FISH INC* BOAT MOTORISTS FIGHT GAS TAXES Al IF IHttoON P Mf K I — Duelist. Monocle. Pra»c Ladv, /ode, Bat O’ Gold. Dr. Parrish, Chancellor, Fvrline F., Asphodel, War Tide. 7—Kitty Wilkins, Round I p, Green Wave. Bispue, Keeping Ione, Toilet1, Red Vest, One Grand. Vonair, Dick Cheve!.* I <« Mach • • Ik r—K. Russell, Jai k Murphy, Silverman. Miss Perfection. Purple Robe shutters, Lots Ormont, Norse, Old Bill, Temp* IU Amour *—J. A Well, Highland Fling. Little live State Supreme Court which esterday refused to reconsider its Toots, Our Nj*. Hold Hard, flower, pre1 .oil derision affirming the rig!1 Golden West, Claret, Verial Trum- of the Commonwealth to rolled ; t pet, Glorious swan.    inheritance f;<x of more    than $17 Oho- 3— Probationer, Prince    ( antiar.    Fast-    OOO on he r -ate of the    la'e Dr John ern Parade. Toytown.    •    T Dorranre after ruling him a legal 6—Nurse* Roy. Major    (.Omer.    flora    r idem of Radnor this    countv tod»v Canter. Dunair. Voytesta,    Upon,    Slanted the executors of    the $117,000 - Mnkur, lick. Coneisu*. Rack Kirk OOO estate a supet rdeas Ma vine ail heekmate. (.arrirk, Vanity (ase, proceedings in the case pending 'starch. Trek. ( atalan* Idol, Hvk- further action by the Untied State be h" d this evdiing in the htiildmc of shadow over a portion of the eastern O B. ion and Hoover, 1023 West Ninth section of five city yesterday after-s !<et, when a p rmanent organize- noon, led many suburban resident* to u ii of t hr I Eiawa rr County Irurkrrs bf I if yr a sfnous firf whs rftstinff r»t A:soria ton will lie formed and cf- some local oil refinery The offlr + of fifer* fleeted.    the Chester Time* and police hcad- i he group us b'uny organized for the quarters were deluged with telephone purpose of opposing proposed legisla- oall* from an'riou.s person* ion for .nr leased taxation and rrgu- TiiP fire wa* aboard a vessel betag scrapped at the Sun Shipyard, oil sludge in the bottom of the former government ship becoming ignited when sparks from .in aretelvne torch | came in contact with it. The lire j alarm system of the company wa* sounded and workmen quickly sub- I dufd the flames without any result- I ing demage. VK TIMS OE BRAWLS (OVEN TREATMENT latory legislation effecting the various interests which use the highway* for transportation purposes. DOKKANCK KSTATK ( \HTS Sl’l'KKSKDKAS Aernon. '3>ather—Cloudy. AT Track—-F ast. Af.I V ( Vl.lf V I f Supreme Court, I Ilf RE A LONG I IME While rutting down an ancient ok* Two stab wound victim* were given treatment ar. the Chester Hospital last evening both having been slashed during fights, affording to police report* Alfred Rosenfeld. of Second and Norris streets was stabbed in the chest during a fight with a man named Robert Davis, who is said to live on Ellsworth str.-'U. The other victim I — Sorry Prince**. Drole Polly, Minter Neighbor. Red ( ambe Rich Claim, Wee •spider, swer^ Quick, Garnet B., Pompohone !—Wilmer the Wizard, Missive. Piute. Double Chin Inca. Terror, —Marjean. Happy (handler. Disc, Jesso, Ely Fast, Plum >hot. I— None), 5—(.affine ta 6—Shaver, Bright Outlook. Oblige. 7—francis 'nirnur. White (nl|^-, (Aden F> Ie ii ( -nco It A ogano. (leather, clear, track, fast. tree yesterday, in th • wood - near the was Irving Brown, Negro, who sus- old Powell quarry, at the end of Twenty-second street, along the Re tained an ugly gash in the hand when he was attacked bv his wife, who u.s''d lev Creek, Earle Bentley, of Eight- a razor, according to police No arrent h street, discovered a revolver rests were made in either case. bullet firmly imbedded in the inner-    ------------------ — most .section of the tree    PLANS    DISCUSSED TWENTY RIOT VICTIMS At a meeting held last night in the Broomall firehouse, under the auspice* BERLIN. Jan. ll—‘UP1 Twenty of the Marple-Newtown Womans persons were wounded early today Club, plans were made for Joining    ..i (florist* are organizing throughout the eountr> in a light against stead- when po’H'' and Nazis fright a re- the Reno1 ;:e Competer Mrs He nr:- ilv-’nmmtinr *ta'e -a* (-.line fare-    IU re von *~e ( ;.tVH — Gib*'-n wi*h c e ■ ,r,r in p p-itji jC p- rk in the s Barke. u-' b-sn named a' chair- pin I** to be distributed nationally to motorist' to en.-hie tlr-m to make tim northeast labor quarter of the city man of the district committee    I    protest*    visible. A government cutter halted the 38-foot sloop Amigo iieai fin* city yesterday and returned the boat to it* ixtth at Mifflin street wharf, j Philadelphia Captain William Lange, 40, and hts rrew of six were taken.to the Federal building lockup to await disposition of a chum of $950 for wage.1- and money invested flied bv Pa iii D Irw in, of Lansdowne, chief engineer, Irwin was not on tile sloop when It sailed f<-' South America on a fishing expedition Armed with liiiel paper for the slop, Deputy Marshal Borger d. covered it had disappeared. He notified the government cutter, Lam e    iii! lr win liar] offered to settle ii    els .rn for $190 (ash. and i e pad :<t f! .' for Cape May to gel tire money from friend.* there,, ENCKE VSHl> TAXES THREAT R A FREI) Threat of mcre;*ed taxation is the greatest obstacle in the way of a return to commercial actu it* John F, Zimmer ma nn. president of the United Cia.* Improvement Company told member* of the Employe A:-social ion of the Philadelphia Electric Company vc>terda\ at their monthly meeting in the Elks' Hotel In a broad review of the utility field Mr Ztmmermann declared that with rorutaptly increased taxes, it is questionable whether or not further rate reduction* will I a fear tbl' " t N. I Kl \s| RA It Al,ASK I WASHINGTON, Jan. ll UP-The treasury net balance January 9 Y* as $459 488,181 20; expenditures that dav were $54 702 666 22, custom* receipts for the month through January 9 were $5 368 718 18. PATFRBON N J., Jan ll UP» --    Anthony Indelicate), one of the more (’hargpfl With fhr t orein^ fortunate princtp*]* in ‘he j.ionooo Olemby jewel robix»rv which struck of Na HICK of \ Citers on '■t,rnr ,fl!° 'he h-m^ .? S'< >• York* m ,    .    .    wealthy a year ago,, wa* taken for a Election I et it ions    ,'ndr u.d*v ut* l - u ad m a _ditch by the side of * road near here. Mo,nett,, f    tt-ll ktl(lU, Hr hMf1 h*"‘ kllIfd hy IWO bull' ’J* Cornel!,!* J. Power*, well known through the head. insurance agent and resident ut the Eighth ward, went on tiial before Judge A    I) MarDade, at Media,    th!* morning,    on charge,* of forgery    and conspiracy, It wa*    intimated tha» a hand-    ’I he    growing    slogan    tx    ’’taxes    must writing t    pert will testify tor    thr p. irdui'd"    Moat    perons    figure    th«' crrnmonwealth, to show that sign*- figures are too fat ar present, tures appearing on jiefitions presented to the County Commissioner* last Police are being given physical ex. Or to ber asking tim* a number of amination* these d*1 Before tho name* of voter* be *frleken from the budger pa,. H yesterday the blood* city registration lists, were those of pressure of many of them was very Power* 'file first witness railed today was Frank Da rn is. .514 West Front t r«-** * who, with the assistance of an interpreter, denied that tile signature 8 Damls" appearing on 53 petitions high. We sugg< M as Ih* 1973 slogan ’"laxce must rome down and the postoffice must go up,’* A fellow rn police court wn.* sent to They are shooting 'pm down !n Spain And the funny thing about it offered by Powers, was his sign*- jaij f0r insulting a woman. You see lure and stated that lie had not ,* ,, v,i* signed hi* name to any petition*. He din .say, that lie find signed his name to a blank sheet of paper. Joseph Conv, 83J West Third is they aren't having an election. street, said the signature "Cl Coiro" appearing on nine pennons was not “Soap' Pierre say* you can’t find hit* signature, nor had he given an- the lee that was in the Delaware river I bority for the * ign ng of his nam? to **) years ago. Hardly, Soap, after so any election papers.    many summer*. Assistant District Attorney Kraft announced in ins addn sa to the Jury, ti;«f he expel ted to prove, by a handwriting expert, that the signatures appearing on Hie petition* had ocen written bv Powers Tile government is said to be deigning a submarine patterned after a greyhound. Maybe they will designate it as K-9 ( GNI I DER ATE (lf Aff AIN DD 6 Barney, the big seal r of wright* and measure*, sa1* most grocers ow honest and generous Of eourr-e. FA TOVER. 8 C tan ll The Don t tbet give most of their stuff a Rrv. John Huske TillinghaM, ninety- wrlRh? seven, said to be the oldest Episcopal minister in the United States, the oldest alumnus of William and Mary Uollege and the oldest surviving chaplain of Hip Confederate Army, was dead today. WASHINGTON. Jan. ll— IT.— Eastern Pennsylvania:    Cloudy    with light rain changing to snow flurries UHOUTU/VTAU ,, -m. J in west and north portion tonight and ,    ’    J    ',• J.“‘ ' he dc.-n possibly fhursday morning in south- r hr wt nriftf* RKmnnf nf Htah    ,    ,    ,    ",    .    .    - colder tonight and SMOD I, TI, A I >1 URI) AA o: th<- Senate, Reed Smoot of Utah v a* seventy-one yesterday. Birthday greeting.* came to him for the last east portion; Thursday, Western Pennsylvania Snow flur- trme a . „ member of Congress His    ;Uld mu< h , „,der    tonight; Thurs. thirty years of service ends March 4    fillr    and    ro|der ON MAIDEN VOYAGE TOD A A S TE Al PE R A U KES HEADS I.IBR AR A’ COMPANY * Arthur Shriglev, of Scotdale and Lansdowne avenues,    Lansdowne, wa    6    a,    rn........ 40    ll    a    rn. Tim heavy cruiser Indianapolis    left    ejected president    of the D?irb\    7    a    rn  ..... to    Noon rn her    tmid*r    voyage from Rh,la-    Library Company at    the 119th annual    6    a    rn ....... ll    I    p    m. , Uc.phi'i    •    'I'    •• for southern    wa-    meeting held in the    library building.    9    a    rn. ...... 42    2    p.    rn. 1 to She is going as far as Chile. (Tenth and Main street, Darby. * IO a. in 44 49 52 61 ;

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