Chester Times, January 11, 1933

Chester Times

January 11, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17487 Dally Leased Wire ot United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11 1933 STATE HIGHWAY BUREAU FACING INVESTIGATION ON AUCTION BLOCK Searching Probe of Pin chots Pet Awaits Sen ates Action Committee of 3 From Each Branch Proposed Mc Clure Bill Out HARRISBURG Jan Pennsylvanias highway department boast of Governor Gifford Pinchot today faced a searching investiga tion by an unfriendly General As sembly Instituted in the House the move to start the probing machinery awaited only the formal approba tion of the Senate That branch overwhelmingly anti administration indicated its willingness to go along immediately after hearing the Gov ernors budget message The State GOVPINGHOT ASKS SENATE TO PUNISH WIFES DEFAMER Executive Appearing Un PRICE TWO CENTS WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED FOR AREA Increasing cloudiness and warmer is the prediction in Eastern Pennsvl vania New Maryland Jersey Delaware and There probably will be light rain and colder weather tonight COLLINGDALE GROUP FAVORS REDUCTION William M Hunter secretary of the Taxpayers Association of Delaware County and Matthew Rankin at torney of this city appeared before Horsewhipping i y Imr Md much tho w O O j The highest temperature here yes ncil at a regular meeting last Oil terday was 45 degrees at 330 p m i nipht They urged the councilmen to S2 j above normal for the date nnd two i consideration to the reduction Councilman Whit taker A Parkin HARRISBURG Jan Gov Gifford Pinchoc faced his po litical foes in the state Senate today demanded that they discipline Sena tor George L Reed for his vicious at tack upon Mrs Pinchot and declared ASSUE Roads Committee reported favorably j sisters pretty Mary Jczowskl I himself His appearance was foli lowed by an apology by Senator Red 1 Deeds punishment should be In order to support her sick father j horsewhipping the governor de mother and ten small brothers and PLEADS GUILTY that only the laws of the state preYT vent him from taking punitive action j Upper Darby Resident Says Wife Sold Liquor Owned by Him Other Cases of Lynn Mass ij offering herself in marriage to any man who can afford to create a trust fund yielding1 an in come of S2500 She has had offers but none has come up to the financial requirements DIVORCE PARTS SOCIETY COUPLE on the resolution of Rep Frederick C Peters Montgomery county but a Senate floor vote was not taken en it yesterday The Peters measure authorizes a committee of three Senators and three House members to investigate and study the desirability of contin uing the Jow cost type highway con struction and whether such high1 ways justify the expenditures made abo whether the amounts expended from the motor license fund on low cost type highways should be limited or discontinued by the Legislature Setting another precedent for a1 regular session House and Senate adjourned today with legislative cal endars in shape for action next Mon day night The Senate acted upon five bills on the second reading calendar It was the first time any branch of the Assembly had advanced legisla tion to that stage as early in a ses sion The five measures will come up for final vote next week Two of the Senate bills would make marked changes in the present ad ministration of the States highway system One sponsored by Senator John J McClure Delaware county would make the State rather than counties responsible for road damI on February 4 1922 They have three ages incurred in the relocation of children Wayne Jr 11 Frederick Continual Drinking Husband Blamed Marital Troubles by for Continual drinking on the part of her husband Wayne S Vetterlein 38 of Sherwood road Philadelphia won a divorce for Mrs Helen Shelton Vet terlein 31 of Houston and Glen Mary roads Radnor Judge Albert Dutton ciared Immediately after Governor Pin chot left the chamber Senators John J McClure Delaware county and Harry B Scott Centre two of the dominant organization factors in the Upper Chamber of the General As sembly conferred Soon other Sen ators high in the organization coun cils joined called the group Reed was The conference between Reed and organization heads lasted several minutes When Reed emerged ho was accompanied by two Senate ste nographers They went directly to the Senate library where ihe state ment of apology to the Senate was drafted Reed rose in the Senate on a point of personal privilege and delivered his apology Reed victim of a nervous break down about a year ago appeared calm and collected as he made his apology He said As far as my remarks relating to Appearing before Judge W Rosier Fronefield Charles P of Emerson avenue Upper Darby pleaded guilty to possession of liquor found in his house County Detec tive August Niemeyer testified to n raid on the place after operatives of Detective James Meli had made buys of liquor McCormick who was represented by Attorney Franklin Graham said his wife who is now in a hospital had sold a little liquor but he was taking the blame for possession of the ABY BANDITS AT LANSDOWNE Lock Druggist Clerk and Custom crs in Store Cellar Rifle Register In the other case Richard Gibson with the same defense counsel pleaded guilty His place in Church lane Yeadon was raided after Yea don borough authorities had made complaints Detective O N Smith testified Liquor was sold over a bar and beer was on tap the Court was informed Both men will be sentenced Friday Assistant District Attorney William B McClenachan Jr the corn were made and tender the Senate the final decree my apologies Senator Reed said SS5Vvg dlVOrCe J further sfcate my lemarks cruelty The couple both prominent so cially was married in Philadelphia State highdays The other intro duced by Senator Leroy E Chnpman Warren county would compel the department of highways to construct and maintain roads in boroughs and towns which are a part of the State system Senator Richard Williamson Hunt ingdon introduced a measure to ap propriate from the motor fund to aid cities boroughs incorpor ated towns and townships in con structing roads The sum of 000 would be divided between Phila delphia Pittsburgh and Scranton would be appropriated for third class cities a similar sum for towns and boroughs and for townships Senator Clarence Buckman Bucks offered a bill which would authorize the Governor to appoint an iceboat commission of three persons who act ing with a similar commission in New Jersey would operate iceboats to keep the Delaware River clear of ice from Philadelphia to Trenton No appropri ation of funds was specified New Weidemann Bill A proposal to change the foreign 1 ruck reciprocity law came from Rep Thomas Weidemann Delaware county whose bill extended to thirty cays the time permitted outofstate passenger bus owners and operators S 9 and Donald H 8 who are with Mrs Vetterlein Mrs Vetteiiein testified that her husbands habitual drinking caused her great embarrassment The drink ing started on the night of their wed ding she said when her husband got so drunk in Atlantic City that it was necessary to summons a doctor On other occasions she said when intoxicatedhe made love to other women in her presence When at New London Conn in 192G to attend the boat races her husband was again intoxicated and dived overboard across two Mrs Pinchot in my address MonI representative in both day night are concerned I regret they cases Leo Domalcskl 16 of Ridley Park was placed on probation by Judtte Fronefield when he admitted rccciv a bicycle which had been stolen two younger boys Attorney Mafhiies Dougherty represented the youth A jury in the courtroom of Judge Fronefield acquitted David H Rob erlson formerly of Ridley Park and now of Clayrnont Del of charges of driving a car while under the in fluence of They found him guilty of taking car without the owners consent and failing to stop after an accident It was testified that Robertson was involved in an accident on the Ches were made upon my individual re1 inS sponslbility and without consulting by any memberof the Senate or anyone active in the Republican partv Several senators congratulated him upon his retraction Governon Pinchot lashed out vigor ously at Senator Reed not once men tioning his name He branded the scnators remarks as a dastardly lie and challenged him and his allies to meet him face to face on any issue But I insist they shall cease this ccwardly system of striking at me througii a woman It has gone too A Delaxvare county druggist who opened his store at 201 West Balti more avenue Lansclowne one week afro was threatened ty two baby bandits last night when he a clerk and four customers were herded into the cellar while the thugs rifled a cash resister of and fled in an automobile The proprietor Sol Rosenblum was m the proscription department when the bandits filtered the store Charles Kelly a soda clerk was waiting on two couples Calling Rasenblutn to the store one of the bandits walked to the rear of the place while the other remained in the front flourished Each far Striking with a bitterness unsual ter Pfke near Crum Lynnc Continued on Pajre Seven aivea overboard across two boats rvPTVTTTQ 1 fracturing his nose and a rib ClllJPONl IS TO Y5tterlein is connected with the PTTV 1 A A AT Trrvrv A T Vetterlein Fuel Company Philndel tJUi JkAblMAJN KODAK phia and Mrs VctterleirTis a daugh ter of the late Frederick H Shelton of Sunnysido Farms Media Mrs Ethel M Mattox 34 of 334 Church street this city has been granted a divorce from James H Mattox 45 of 122 Abbott street this city on the grounds of desertion They were married in Georgia re marre in Georgia in 1915 and moved to this city shortly I afterwards Mrs Mattox accused hVr Continued on Pajrc Seven her in July MRS ROOSEVELTS HATS CRITICISED NEW YORK Jan is a note Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt re ceived recently I am a great admirer of your dis tinguished husband and have the ut most respect for his talented but who picks out those terrible hats i Permit me to suggest you appoint your pretty daughter to select them horeafter You owe It to your pub lic to appear properly dressed A MARRIED MAN Mrs Roosevelt laughed as she fin gered the note and said I wish I knew where to address an answer DRIVER OF TRUCK INJURED IN CRASH Thrown through1 the windshield of his truck when the vehicle figured in a collision this afternoon at Sev enth and Madison streets Aaron Aronovitz 362 Wolf street Philadel ROCHESTER N Y Jan that Eastman Kodak Com pany WRS to be absorbed by E I du Pon de Nemours Company Wil mington Del were denied today by William G S tuber president of East man Kodak If the duPont Company is absorb ing Eastman Kodak Stubcr said I know nothing about it We hear reports like that off and on H any one would know about such a thing I think I would 11 WILMINGTON Del Jan of the E I c ae Nemours Company today de nied reports that Eastman Kodak Company was to be absorbed by the former company NEW bridge on the afternoon of Septem ber 25 Robertson was driving the car of Charles H Doyle of this city it was testified and was later ar rested by Ridley Park poUce The car was taken from a baseball field at Leipervillc and later returned Attorney Mat hues Dougherty made an earnest plea for the manr ac quittal Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft Jr prosecuted the case Sentence will be passed on Friday Admit Switching Gas Gasoline served from the pumps bearing wellknown trade names may not always be what the motorist thinks it is it was proved in a case heard before Judge MacDade Fred C Zimmerman and Charles R Ciarunaculo admitted they had served ON GIRLS CHARGES Clarence Campbell 29 of Milford Del was held in bail for the Grand Jury following a hearing last The bandits described ns not more than 16 years old lined up the six persons and forced them to descend to the cellar bolting the door after them A customer entering the store n few minutes later heard the prison ers pounding on the door and re leased them Rosenblum notified Lansdowne police and Patrolmen Gribbcn nnd Smith were detailed to investigate They learned that the bandits had fled in a small coupe Rosenblum said the intruders wcie both of short slight build and wore overcoats with soft hats pulled down over their eyes They were not visibly nervous he said They made no at tempt to molest any of the customers or Kelly who lives on Burmont road LIBBY A MOTHER TAKE 10 PER CENT CUT IN SALARIES Pass 1933 Budget as Change Made in 11Y2 Tax Rate Mill Ordinance Providing for Discounts and Penalties on Payment of 1933 Taxes Taxpayers Recommendations on Mrs Holman Reynolds early hist nitfiit birth oa boy jn a Philadelphia hospital her son beinjr a potential heir to a fortune of 000000 to Director of Accounts and Finance Luttreil nounces He Will Prepare Amended Budget in Consideration of Suggestions Made by Taxpayers and Chamber of Comme Committees Seeking Reductions rce COUNC1LMEN ARECENSURED Taxpayers Association Is Not Pleased by Passage of 1933 Budget Posthumous Child of Rey nolds and Actress Worth Millions Lansdownc The posthumous son of Smith Reynolds mysteriously slain heir to the Reynolds Tobacco millions and his actress mother were doing well The druggist has been at the new Pita today at the Philadelphia Lylngln Hos location only a week moving from West Philadelphia Ho lives in an apartment over the store FIREMAN SUSTAINS INJURY JO FOOT 1 T A VAW i i V JL IN O u JClAl I sustained P fractured hand j Rumors of impending absorption of Granrf Jury following a hearing last frfilL V Druises which injuries were f Eastman Kodak Company by the E Before Magistrate Charles W gnen treatment at the Chester Hosj1 duPont de Nemours Corneanv to Williamson of Marcus Hook on the learned the Philadelphia pital Police motorist was driving east street and was struck by an auto mobile driven by a Mrs Clara Whit lock 305 South Orange street Media Aronovitz was removed to the hos pital by a pnssirrg motorist and un day stirred Wall street and industrial cnarec ol disorderly conduct pre circles ferrcd by five young girls three of them scholars in the Linwood gram Consolidation of the Rochester camera organization and the industrial empire dominated by duPont if effected would be the biggest industrial mer ger of the depression period today the Media Should the consolidation be ef AWATTT0 VTTT r i nim canr UVViNjbKS WILL 1 machines and other FORM ORGANIZATION he I the lions share of the business of supplying film cameras projecting instruments to mar school The accused man was given a pre liminary hearing Monday night at which he denied the charges and of fered an alibi which was checked up yesterday and proved to be only partly true Last night he confessed He was committed to the county jail this morning Answering nn alarm sent In from Box 46 located nfc Fourteenth and Chestnut streets yesterday afternoon at 445 oclock district firemen being called upon to extinguish a fire in the living room of an apartment at 610 East Fourteenth street which slightly damaged a davenport and was extin guished within a Jew moments after the arrival of the first fire company Thomas Boll of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 sustained a severe injury to his left foot Bell was riding a rtep atop the rear mudguard of one of the pumpers his left foot hanging over the edge of the guard and as the truck passed through the door of the fire house his foot was wedged between the mud guard and the door frame The ap paratus was immediately halted when Bell calledto tho driver DavM Pyle nnd the man was placed in another apparatus and taken to the Chester Hospital where after receiving emer gency treatment he was admitted tThe foot was found to be severely lacerated with possible broken bones An Xray examination will be made today to determine the exact nature of the injury SURVEY UNDERWAY Ford Bacon Davis New York efficiency engineers began a survey of Haverford township and school finances yesterday Horatio Gates Lloyd of Haverford who is serving as township treasurer and tax col lector is personally defraying the cost of the survey The storks arrival was premature and a normal birth would have oc curred in about a month It was learned today As is the case with all pro mature babiesofficials or the hospitnl said the posthumous son of Smith Reyn olrin immediately placed in a hot brd nnd will not be weighed for a clny or two Doctors guessing on the weight of the baby said ho would weigh be tween five and six pounds The hot bed is an elaborate ar rangement In which undeveloped babies arc kept several days after birth depending upon their condi tions In it the temperatnre of the moLhors body at the birth is main tained iii order to allow the best chances to live doctors explained Mrs Reynolds bodytemperature of 982 degrees at the time the child was born at 648 p m yesterday is being maintained in bed Dr Norris W Vaux attending phy sician who announced the birth of the heir to the R J Reynolds to bacco millions said today that the baby was doing nicely under the condition The mother also Is doing well he said Contrary to reports thnt an elaborate suite was engaged at the fashionable hospital for the for mer Broadway entertainer she had a plain single room with a bath She did not have even a private nurse it was understood The child was in its hot bed In the nursery whero all cither children at the hospital are kept authorities described the HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press PLENTY OF SMOKE BUT LITTLE FIRE AT JEFFERSON PARK Baf j Evclinr i riAn b A large attendance of motor truck owners and operators interested rep resentatives of local industrial con cerns is anticipated at a mpnrinrr m i be held this evening in the building of Smoke which cast a OBrien and Hoover 1023 West Ninth a of the eastern street when a permanent orjraniza J Clty tion of the Delaware Countv Truckers i suburban residents to Association will be formed and of i behevf a serious fire was raging at ficers elected some local oil refinery The office of The group is being for the the Che5Cer Times and police hend lor the I were deluged with telephone MOTORISTS FIGHT GAS TAXES a Evc1ine F Asphodel i tion for increased taxation and War Tide anxlous Persons rm latory legislation effecting the variant i The 2ire was aboard a vessel being ccrannrrl fh J 11 Wilkins Round Up Green interests which use the highways for Have Bispue Keepins Time Tol transportation purposes tec Red Vest One Grand Vonair Chcvey Too Much Talk i DORRANCE Mfes GETS SUPERSEDE 4S Showers Loys Ormont NYorse Old i The State Supreme Court which scrapped at the Sun Shipyard oil sludge in the bottom of the former government ship becoming ignited when sparks from an acetelyne torch came in contact with it The fire dued the flames without any result ing Toots Our Sis Hold Hard Howcc i previous decision affirming the Golden West Claret Aerial Tmmi of the Commonwealth to colfec i tax of more than Pnnce Canbar Easti 000 on the estate of the late Dr John r Tovtpwn i T Dorrance after ruling him a legal Roy Major Gomez Flora resident of Radnor this county today OF BRAWLS GIVEN TREATMENT Two stab wound victims were given March Trek Catalans Idol Hyk further action by the United Stated i vernon i Supreme Court Alfred Roscnfcld of Second and i Norris streets was stabbed in the chest THERE A LONG TIME during a fight with a man named i Robert Davis who is said to live on ancient oak j Ellsworth street The other victim tns wooas near the was Irving Brown Negro who sus XT AT AGlA CALTENTE Princess Drole Polly ter Neighbor Red Candle Rich Claim Wee Spider Sweefi Quick Garnet B Pompohone ey quarry at the end of along the Rid tained an ugly gash in the hand when he was attacked by his wife who used viv of Eight a razor according to Happy Chandler Disc i mOSt Secti6h of the lree FaSt TIum Sh0t i TWENTY RIOT VICTIMS Gallincta persons were wounded Bright Outlook Oblige Wea ther clear rack fasL PLANS DISCUSSED At a meeting held last night in the TXT TOV n v firehouse under t BERLIN Jan of the MarpleNewtown Womans Broomall firehouse under the auspices i j Of the MarpleNewtown Woman1 d early today i Club plans were made for joinin northeast in e quarter of the city i man of the district committee Continued on Papn Seven FILING OF LIBEL HALTS FISHING BOAT A government cutter halted the 38foot sloop AmiPro near this city yesterday and returned the boat to its berth at street wharf Philadelphia Captain WiJliam Langc 40 and his crew of six were the Federal building lockup to await disposition of a claim of for wages and money invested filed by Paul D Irwin of Lansdownc chief engineer was not on the sloop when it sailed for South America on a flsh ing expedition Armed with More than 100 persons who at tended a meeting held last evening at lne Chester Club 511 Welsh street under the auspices of the Taxpayers Associationof Delaware County un animously passedR resolution cen suring Mfiyor William Word Jr and memhcrsot City Council for failure to reduce the tax rate for 1933 Their action taken in defiance of public sentiment reveals a stubborn refusal to help property owners in their time of need and shows that our city officials plan to pilo up for future expensing a largo sum of money to be collected under the strong arm of the taxing power the resolution reads in part At the same time the executive committee of the association was in structed to take all appropriate steps to procure areversal by the city of ficials of their decision and to vigor ously present to all other tax levying bodies our firm determination that taxes must be reduced The meeting was presided over by Samuel D Clyde who remarked that salaries and wages decreased within the past few years and people today are not able to pay taxes on the basis of 1929 wages The people are Retblng tax con scious and unless there is some relief WQ will be getting deeper In the rut It Is a mistake for the man who rents to say he has no interest In taxes EverybodyIs affected The man who rents Is really the llrst to feel the burden of taxes Mr Clyde stated Ho took a nip at City Council for not decreasing the millage for the ensuing year and invited those pres ent to attend the next meeting of council with the executive committee or the Taxpayers Association Attorney E Wallace Chadwick de clared the tax problem 1s a serious one and he urged the taxpayers of this city to unite so that ihcy can command that their wishes be carried out It can only be accomplished by or ganization It is not necessary to assume a hostile attitude but you City Council in regular session yes terday afternoon unanimously passed the 1933 budget ordinance and also the tax levying ordinance fixing the millage at In connection with this action each member of council nnd other elected and appointed municipal officials voluntarily took a 10 per cent salary cut a sum totaling to be added as revenue A resolution offered by J j Lut trell director of the Department of Accounts and Finance providing for the rescinding of a resolution passed by council at a meeting held Decem ber 27 1932 fixing the discount and penalties with respect to the payment or taxes for the year 1933 disapproval or which was made by a committee representing the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce was also passed by unanimous vote Formal statement was made bv Director Luttreil that he is preparing an amended budget for presentation m the near future which will be in compliance with recommendations and suggestions made by the Dela ware Bounty Taxpayers Association and the County Chamber of Com merce Committee An ordinance providingfor the levying nnd assessing of city taxes and fixing the rate at iiu mills the same as last year waa passed on final reading Formal replica were sent to the cit izensand taxpayers committees setting forth action taken by coun cil and reasons why certain requests and demands made by the commie tees were not complied with at this time chief among them beingthat council was compelled to pass the Continued on Seven C JPWER GOESON TRIAL Charged With the of Names of Voters on Election Petitions Cornelius J Powers well known insurances agent and resident of the Eighth ward went on trial before Judge A D MacDade at Media this morning on charges of forgery and the city government to function and the officials had not sufflwen t time to give full con sideration to the suggestions assur1 ance being given that such sugges tions will be taken up promptly of the mayor members of council city solicitor city controller city engineer city assessor and city clerk totaling per annum are affected by the 10 per cent cut Departmental appropriations pro vided for in the budget arc as fol lows Public affairs 85491 accounts and finance 026 public safety streets and public improvements Total These were the features of the ses sion devoid of any excitement and with only members of the municipal governing body in attendance nob one representative of cither of the committees previously mentioned be ing present Due to the fact that it was abso lutely necessary that the city gbvern CouUnucd on Page Seven SLAIN ROBBER FOUND PATERSOxV N J Jan fTJP Anthony Indclicato one of the morp forhmatc principals in the Glcmby jewel robbery which struck terror into the homes of New Yorks a year agowris taken for a ride today His body was found in a ditch by the side of a road near here He hnd been killed by two bullets through the head conspiracy It was intimated that a hand expert will testify for the commonwealth to show that signa tures appearingon petitions presented to the County Commissioners last s of Times The growing slogan is taxes must be reduced Most persons figure figures are too fat at present Police are being given physical t ilft K Ul iVSlCrti PVW October asking that a number of I animations these davs Before names of voters be stricken from the I budget passed yesterday the blood ity registration lists were those of pressure of many of them rowrru The first witness called today was K Dam is 514 West Front street high was very I papers for the slop Deputy Marshal I Border discovered it had disappeared j HR notified the government cutter j Lange said Irwin had offered to j settle hi claim for cash and I he had set out for Cape May to get the money from friends there THREAT RAPPED We suggest as the 1933 who with the assistance must C0me and the post trTprcter denied that the signature go up S Tjn m fl Vl fr i I Damis appearing on 5i petitions offered by Powers was his cure and stated that he had not signed his name to any petitions He die say that he had signed his name to a blank sheet of paper Joseph Colro 83 J West Third street said the signature G Coiro appearing on nine petitions was not his signature nor had he given au thority for the signing of his name to any election papers Assistant District Attorney Kraft announced in his address to the jury Threat of increased taxation is the hc exPrctftd to prove by a hand greatest obstacle in the way of a wri K expert that the signatures return in commercial activity John E ZJmmermann president of the United Gas Improvement Company told members of the Employes As sociation of the Philadelphia Electric Company yesterday at their monthly meeting in the Elks Hotel In a broad review of the utility field Mr Zimmermann declared that with constantly increased taxes it is questionable honest appearing on the petitions had been written by Powers DIES EASTOVER S Rev John Huske Tillinghast ninetyi weigh seven said to bn the oldest Episcopal minister in the United States the oldest alumnus of William and Mary College and the oldest surviving chap A police court was sent to insulting a woman You see t his wife They are shooting em down in Spnm And the funny thing about it is they arent having an election Piercc says cant find fv the ice that was in the Delaware river 40 years ago Hardly Soap after so many summers The government is said to be des igning a submarine patterned after a greyhound Maybe they will des ignate it as K9 Barney the big sealer of and measures says most grocers and generous Of course give most of their scuff a U S TREASURY BALANCE The treasury net balance January 9 was that day were customs re ceipts for the month through Jan uary 9 were ON The heavy cruiser Indianapolis left on her maiden voyage from Phila Cifclphia yesterday for southern wa ters She is going as far as Chile SMOOT 71 YESTERDAY WASHINGTON Jan dean of the Senate Reed Smoot of Utah seventyone yesterday Birthday greetings came to him for the last time as a member of Congress His thirty years of service ends March 4 HEADS LIBRARY COMPANY Arthur Shrigley of Scotdale and Lansdowne avenues Lansdowne 6 a m elected president of the Darby 7 a m The Weather WASHINGTON Jan UP Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy with light rain changingto snow flurries in west and north portion tonight and possibly Thursday morning in south east portion colder tonight and Thursday Western Pennsylvania Snow flur ries and much colder tonight day fair and colder TODAYS TEMPERATURES Library Company at the 119th annual meeting held in the library building Tenth and Main street Darby 8 a m 9 a m i 10 a m44 40 u a m 40 tfoon 41 1 p m 2 p m 49 52 53 ;

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