Chester Times, January 16, 1933

Chester Times

January 16, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania I DAO AVERAGE ! NKI I* A I I) ( met I.ATKIN FOR SIX MON I HS FN DINO SF I’ I KM BFR 20,1 OS FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAH—NO. 17.401. THUGS KIDNAP, BIND, GAG, ROB, CO. ROTOR IST Resident of Moore Victim of Harrowing Experience in Philadelphia Trussed to End of Freight Car; Suspect Admits MC (iuilt to Police Otto su.i> pc ct is in r us tody • od j ’.ICP today continued their search for his rompanion who. Saturday night, kidnaped Howard J. Taft of 11]8 Fvnns avenue. Prospect Park robbed him and then bound him to the rear of a frelent car. The man under arrest gee hi? name as .John Cl ternth street, new Philadelphia, He custody by Mot Momseratt and F phia. and when at Dan -e<1 Wire Report* of fr. International New- Se;’ ted ice Tret* i INS i CHESTER. PA.. MONDAY. JANUARY KG KWR MAKES FINAL PLEAS TO ESCAPE NOOSE OI Di ■as lond street, taken Into ir eye Ie Polirenien )xx. of Philariel-aigncd for a pte-liminary hearing before Magistrate Costello, of the Front and Westmoreland streets station yesterday Mas held without bail for a continued hearing Saturday night. Taft was driving east on Allegheny avenue and stopped for a traffic light at Third street. Two men approached the car and asked for a lift, but Tuft refused. They opened the door and got in and both drew guns. With a i evolver pressed against his ribs. Taft was ordered to drive on Allegheny avenue. When he reached B .'trect the bandits ordered Taft to stop. One of the pair then took the vvheel and drove to an isolated spot on Bristol street, near the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks. There, Taft "a* gagged and lifted from the car After rifling his pockets and taking 55, all the money he had with him. I he thugs carried him to the tracks and trussed him to the rear of a freight ear. While they were doing this they left Taft's auto .standing on the highway with its motor running, but the lights out. Montserrat and Foxn, th" jTohcrmen, happened along and became suspicious. When nothing happened at the end of five minutes they resorted to strategy. Moms erat dtove off and Fox hid behind a tree. A moment later the man. who identified himself as Casey, walked towaids Taft's car. Foxx questioned him and when lie attempted to give evasive answers, placed him tmh r arrest. Mrs. Winnie Hath Judd is fielding ti* r<"i'fn \:./ona Nu. HSII. V lows on February IT tor the 'trunk murders'* of two r irr.eri. Mrs. Judd ha life term or a new sentence for second degree murder or manslaughter. I begin hearings on her plea. Thc-e are hitherto unpublished Bertillen at Florence, in her fica! pleas to the sal-asked for a pardon, commutation to be 'ri/ojia olnmeiM*' heard soon will on tares, made in the state prise** SEEK PAYMENT OF DORRANCE TAX Delaware (’mint) Prepare-to Institute Suit for S2.OOO,OOO .Shortly afterwards the robbery, pollee In the meantime glint; to free him: and managed to lope* a minute b train started. One would have been dr After Cosey conf Ce Taft dont: st rut- lf from bondage quint! from the fore the freight minute later h" iggcd to death, ssed. a score of ranee be i. underway t the amount The (lain over a perk the county Po trance’* nor. to whe 1925 and wt 21, 1930. Lawyers I tax bureau agt late Dr John repara tic for rem T. n ph"id P ba.' Wife of Police Magistrate Honan Offers Comment Mrs Honan. bro* Mu new ennui sol Honan NST cd spec this mon i mw the her h us baI . < : charge m d for I cr Iv    Mi DARBY I'm ICB FORGE BRAISED DERISI ATI RF IN SESSION TONIGHT State    Represent at i\es flax o    Macle I nusual Prontoss to Date HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan lf? Con-ration of the measures carrying ti: - money to mn the Pennsylvania government and to (inaner its r or activities and subsidies such a allowances for the schools, will be ai by the legislature of is.,J w KS ahead of such bills in other ufo its of the last forts years Both blanches of the state's lawmaking I ntiv are now fully organized and n uh of the preliminary work ha-i -n done. thanks to the spirit of starting promptly and working toward adjournment in April The two bodies meet again tonight. What has bern accomplished by the two branches since the third dav of January svhrn they elected Republican presiding officers is remarkable v« ll n Compared with other years. The a| pi trance of a calendar in the sen -r" before the close of the second week caused much comment In tin house committees go? into art ion on propos'd constitutional nmondmm and other measures of importance At the siune tune committees charged with the .special duty of consultation with the a Homey general on dtah »f cod11 lea t ions of school, banking oi potation, insurance and other law . hold of their tasks without d> Ii praise has been given to the tors for their activity and /ml ting things started so the se ,vill i)1' short by Gen Edward i, chairman of the Republican committee; Senator James S president pro tem , of the ,senor! Speaker Grover C I albe*, while Gen F C Shall* lieutenant governor, ooniplt-(1 the senators from the chair way things were moving. SCREEN STAR TO VISIT HERE iJlllllllllllllllg Sllllllllllllitltr non. ment on the Ann Harding, one moat popular screen star turned to the Hedgerow Moy!an-R»sa Valley, tile I? is the plan of the chairmen of her arb Official Makes Kepi) to Oil ifs With Reference to ( rime XX ave had after mast of out of hearing; ;ed. I the a tile re . then Darby of pro-Ilf time. crimes iclurUng ip. and lo bust-residen- le two appropriation committers ••» induct amdt* a of the appropriation ills jointly so there will be a mini-nim loss of tmv’ and tho data ob-itiled in inquiries can be available i both committees It is also probable honing.' are held for depar’men'i other agencies spending state loury they will be jointly mulcted. Some of these investigations ay be undertaken bv special cnm-made v.p of nicmb he ti Deet e triumphs Bat part in a play ie theatre’s duel PRICE, TWO CENTS THREE UNMASKED ARMED YOUTHS ROB ( HAIN STORE f orce Manager and Clerk Into Rear Room of Second Ward Establishment Make (i et a w a > AV i t h Dav’s Receipts; 3 Other Suspects Hold by Police Brand masked chain a street, I men rn? thing revolvers, three un-outh held-up and robbed a Are at Boo Fast Fourteenth aturday evening. The gun-ie good their escape in an obile, which had been parked >v with Hie motor running ti Master, manager, was in th** store with Jean Dailey, a clerk. wh*n the trio entered The leader commanded the two employe* to walk to a rear room. while a second one rifled the rash register. The third remained on guard at, the door while companion scooped up the money H hi and stuffed it in i Without making any comment, the trio then ran from the store and made their getaway in the automo- bill*, Police, who were immediately not!-tied of the robbery, scoured that section of the city in police cars, but found no trace of the robbers. However, the victims wrere able to give * minnie description of (he youths each of as about VC i : WET-DRY BATTLES MOORE RESIDENT IN LEGISLATURES IS HURT FATALLY other robber suspects were arrested here Saturday night and are tieing detained at police headquarter* for questioning. They are slated as Bernard Fuel, 26. of the 700 block Potter street, Charles Boughner. 29. of Spruce street, near Twelfth street, and I uke Dawson 24 of the KXI block fast Twentv-tbird street They wrr* tginal part in “The arraigned i el im mary hearing lit and will appear In before Magistrate Honan, in police court today, and held without bail at the request of Detective Captain F’eenc v. Police arrested the youth* following complaint of John Kandravt. who conducta a store at Twenty-fourth and Madison streets. He said the youths were in his store Saturday night and that he later learned that they had planned to rob him. tilt* week. Her Pf policemen were dispatched to th" .cene to find trace of the victim, but flared from his encounter with the bandits, Taft had wandered aimlessly about until he collapsed, a mile from tile sezne, and was removed to the Jewish Hospital, where he told th* melodramatic tale of his expenenc’ GLENOLDEN EIRL INU RED AT REAY Lorena McDevitt. IO. of 14 North Wells avenue. Glenolden, suffered minor injuries to the head and fair. Saturday afternoon, nt Lamont avenue and Chester Pike Glenolden, v hen sh* was struck bv an automobile driven by Miss Ha/el I) Dunlap. of 1R36 Fairmount avenue, PhUari'l-P ing Di w idow, I ell I the ? Dorra vt. ma specif dom ic 1925. of th I ion have It i« nd tin ti pi un mal I in Pen! not cove had bec county ? tax cot Ii SEES HOOVER IN ( HINA WAR TILT Hill President Denies De Dav Intervened, es Does Mellon At! TI cording to r expert grea? tax for Pit view of SOIK or mote we the money, < matfly sure final appeal United Stat off! Ivan despite ti Authorities that a ye d be required to g n if the state is ult -Jul In opposing ti ’ the executors to ti Supreme Court. poi ter' Ate Tel Ar. ‘It MAGISTRATE HONAN ASSUMES UIS DUTIES I DON F xchar Geneva s that P cd Amb; I Louden in Office INS The McDevi’t child was playing OI ie highway and in order to avoif liking her. Miss Dunlap is said re ne driven the ear over a curb the child, becoming fright- this rn Am * ha -Jap rciegrapn massa ’ads as follow’: tod from a relial orient Hoover has t ador Andrew W Mf Lo inform the Brit, hat in the opinion oveminent too nv:< DSI bv the I,"aEU”* Magistrate Second ward nine Mea n rued, ran in front of the machine \ court to md was struck She was taken to the Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park, where her injuries were treated after pohtlraI co-w " hirh she was permitted to go to her trial's dr^k w home.    flower* Miss Dunlap appeared before Mag- neat t lauure « cry time mo ciofn* opens after ll o'clock al night When the first holdup happened, I considered it mort or Ie: s a pa . mg incident but th" ;• cond limo I was held up, d angered • Eva n in this cold weather, v hen peifeetiy legitimate persons enter th" store with their I ofliitli!' I en Page luelve DESPONDENT MAN ENDS LIFE XX ITM GAS Choosing monoxide gas poisoning Dai as commit room wa; lilied I he ’re V Visibly surprised bv the reception iMia'e "alter    Glen-    recently appointefl *he committing linen, and furnished $500 bail, pend- macu,trate h"sitn d and while paus- Prcsident Hcovci he has interve Japanese conflict Exchange Telegraph dtspa’cn l/Otidon. Shown the dispatch by a secret a rv n 16    <    ins, led today that in the Smo-reported in an from mg outcome of the child'* injurir MI F rive. POST PONT Ii Miss Small Benton, principal of (lie Clayton School. Six!ii street west of Highland avenue, today announced that the Janum*- meeting of th Clayton Parent-Teachers' Association had bern postponed owing to tile ,<r-ticities of a committee headed by Mrs Harold Heaeock, planning a party for the benefit of tile Welfare Fund of the organization A meeting will be held next month in the school building FI Rf VI I \ TAKI \< I ION Due to a ease of serious illness in the immediate neighborhood of the fire house of the Moyamensing Hook md Ladder Company, the electrical connection in the bell tower has been denced and members of th' company hay" bern instructed to excrete care to use the bells and sirens Of the apparatus as little as possible when leaving and returning to th; firehouse. I ing for words Councilman VV the Second w rial on behalf wished him Ma gist r * e p. expression of promise to cot it will reflect juriic Fo Mag by Cran press hi* thank- M Po we I. also es (dressed the oft ie gathering ant - in his office a s coner*tulip et relation and r 'he Pre true.” der imply stated "It is not rn « wife 'o the ga no ■J b< ■ ii directed in ; iud s» nt her. found ' cr the wheel of a r t on switch on. Til* id evidently been es nk wa* found to be In the note, Mortoj s wife and 12-vrar-o at suicide seemed iii mine, (nm rn At the middle of January this session Is more advanced than Is ordinarily the rase in the fir 4 week in I (biliary- I'l’LAND MOTORIST VV II I. I WK (’MARCKS Michael Toscano, Summit street and Upland avenue, is in the Chester Patrolman Harry MrOonigle and when he is discharged from the inst it ut ion will face charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, rerk-1* ss dr iving and driving while under the influence of intoxicant*. MrOonigle was driving west on Ninth street last evening and his attention was attracted by the cork- , screw driving of a motorist ahead. The oflif cr sen; rd that the man at the vTice! had bren drinking and be-j gat) to trail hun When Ninth street and Highland avenue wa* reached. the zigzag driver Ignored * red light and continued on, and was chased by MrOonigle, After traveling a quarter of a mile MrOonigle toit ed the other < ar to the curb. When he approached the diivr the officer beearn* the large’ for a vile verbal barrage and later.* MrOonigle says, he was attacked by Tom ann. the office, being compelled 'n use ins blackjack to sulidue the stat* Upland resident. I MR AND WARMER \\ FATHER FOR TODAY Warfare Taking Place in (’kithing ( aught in Auto- PROPOSE ECONOMY Various States; 15 Al-reacl} Act for Repeal KANSAS errY. Mn, Jan 16 <UP» Bitter warfare between wet and dry forces Is being waged with .'tate leg!*. la? iii es a* the battleground-. The wets se<-k to elrar the way for perdy acceptance bv I he St lites of arty art ion that maw he ta Fen g,-Congress for modification or fpe.i a United Press survey indicated hide y. Already more acted to repeal mat ic Coke Conveyor at Plant in Philadelphia PLAN IN SC HOOLS ftt* ch mer kithing caught In the maut an automatic coke con in ti and I* e her hUSUI slumped uh the ig- nrv. owing t rate He ounciim George 'h J impi i wa Pow Hun! adad oui in I LONDON lutes Amba • ppr< req Jan, 16 'ins* r-ador Andrew led he had rec; dom President nu The she Ext Bi Gel I F’o -Jap* United W. Mel-ivcd pn" Hoover nan Of- ’Cfl Th Fair and warmer today and rain and colder tomorrow afternoon or aline supply night is the forecast for Eastern cd a the Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Delaware qty.    and Maryland id he loved The highest temperature here yearn so dearly    terday was 43    af.    5 p. rn,    and    the ie only ' av    lowest, was 32,    at    5 a rn.    with    an iployed for    avetage of 38    or    six above    normal i contents’ year** average on January 15 was perhaps. 60. The highest temperature ever - tn hardly    recorded here    for    the date    was    71, , L ive for    last .ear. and    the    lowest was R    in u and the    18o:j (i make it. Sunrise today was a’ 7 21 a. rn , and you both sunset will be at 5.01 p rn , Eastern Standard time than IS stales have enforcement statutes or amendment* to their state eons't-t ut ion* which w ould im vc blocked the return of liquor within their bordel s. Many more measures d* aling with prohibition sic pending But in every state in width wets have not already won a victory, dry force* ale mustering for a finish fighfi reports from state capitols indicated In New Voik state, citadel of the wet force' (tov. Heibert It Lehman has p kcd the legislature to prepare for beer or repeal by pa ay of meas urea for licensing of the ani* and distribution of liquor Governor Lehman ooh will appoint a commission to study the problem. California, which v rinded J'* hibttion statute* by a referendum af the November election, has pending a bill which rn lid ask Congress for action on repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment Dry for many years, Krtn*as shows no disposition to wa trail blazed by (’arri Tit wedge bv M man. at nil Red d In • plant oui pa ny ssy unk ck N T me. Mo HO It night. loud ng Je I to t 111 V of the Atlantic Th I rf v-second * venue, Philadel-rettrr, 43, of 519 rue, was hauled ui killed shortly vc bern relieved ivas discovered, of the conveyor a fellow work-ain for Trettrr orate the body of hi The body pita], wilt had died Other e saw of Ti the chains merhanlsn md the machinery j Hider learned and up of (he rn Ie a lid disco v mechanic a’ I a rr t rn ’n Bt Agin1 Ho* In an attempt to further the general plan of e corium Vs as a means of meeting expense*, which the ntv school director* have been effecting lh. David A Ward, superintendent of the school district, has notified all school principal* of item* of eeonomt he has advised them to pa.** on to the attention of their teaching staffs Principal economies which are mentioned In the letter are those to be attained through the wise and careful u.«se of electric light* in the schools and the proper use of school heating systems It is believed that the formation pf careful habits along the line* suggested bv the superintendent will serve to appreciably rut ’he electric current arui heating bills or to jn me schools. I the i       -............ d Tret ter the lav brndin th» STA TE 11 IG HWA Y PATROL*! \\ HI RT I ontilMif(I on I*age T welve A UCI SED MOTORIST HELD LOR HEA RING L Luttrell, who employes and offieia withers the Second w duet his first hearing and varied cases listed this morning, th" magi ducted him:' if like a vet of r ann a line assembled to d official c,on-Of th» many >r hearing rate con-ran, hems HELD FOR PASSING WORTHLESS CHEUK HH A Bernard H ^ arrested ford town. int HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt I nitp* Pre**) JEFFERSON ITRK I—Xllfgretto, Broad \\e. Glorious swan. Blu" Law. ’—Hic Doug, i Ikhart. Magna Mater. King Luke. .Missy. Infanta. Juggler, Lady Menifee, ’v-’ntand'-r. I addyu aw a. — Dark 'tar. Vt J Maimer. Mokur. Val J.. Done For, I pon >carle\. Morlove, Britlon, \nia/ing J—Toad; aster, VV ood River. Dr. s\n-tax. Duelist, Donate, — None. ably a*.--istrd by Police Clerk Harold Hughes, who has years of experience in poller court procedure and who is also a member of the Dole wa: Count'. Bar A' cantion. vol NO WOMAN S IM.KA St Ct KSSH I, Blanche Brooks. 18-year-old vivacious blono, of West Third street, drew the doubtful honor of being the first woman defendant to face Magi -irate Michael Honan In police court today, being charged w ith being drunk and disorderly, Th" young woman was apprehended ac 2 45 a. rn. yesterday, at Third anri Krrhn streets, by Patrolmen Gauley end Rogonnski She was in a repentant mood whai she faced the magistrate this morning and promised to remain sober and k ■ p better hour rn the future if given another chance She was given the chance. M ILL HOLD Kl III VK- VI, Mu on impi Fly: this dip orth!! Each of tfibrin as th i‘h"d the nguishing n. of Philadelph morning by Ha whee on chart ,.* checks He vs i warrant issued r| T. Cooper, of Med of three merchants ho had been victim iv led on a Phi la del pine of December 3. men positively identf ie man for whom th (heck*. While Flynn rn the Haverford tow Now Year Book Veiny Distributed he Chester B ,u a nae |< dlstrib-t Time ad’, In dus’sir county and ii 1923. t of exfr ness, r. Candidates for the annual minstrel Dixit, Pad* .Morris, Thistle Wise, -how of Tie Senior Hi-Y C! ib, will MaerhUte, Sunnyside I p, Votive I ola their fir ’ : ~u! i {.. .o rice ti Vmeriean, Bolki. ^weep Rush. ( onrierge. Kentucky Moon 7 — Rusinf'S, Boskv. Blue Damsel, Vli-i Vilas, Titus. Sti< k Vround. 'an terno. Pomfret, Oderie. — Bu«hv ( hatson, VV rem h. I hr Orleanian. The 'hon Off '<v ur-ii* P.nnd. 'fa!a. Santa '"phia. Ragbald, Frrfrrt Play. evening, following the business meeting of the club, in ’he Y. M C. A building Seventh street and Edgmont avenue. Reports of the romnnttee in charge of arrangements for th" “.ug saw” puzzle party and the Mount hep- Church services to b" conducted bv th** club *’ ill also b" received and given consideration at the meeting ship jail, the police av numerous complaints are being received from merchant* in Montgomery count! who claim to have been vlrtims of his penchant for writing checks, MUOI TINED SKSSION OF SCHOOK III (Alt I) The school directors will hold en duad. adjourned s '' mn tomorrow evening, On p; r at 7 30 o'c!o<»:. in the Larkin Build- reader ni .rig. Broad and Crosby street?, the ward1 Ic second to b" held within two weeks listing of and will be Tie third meeting of the Th’ I> month, with another regular meeting app to come later in January. The board cr*. is pressed with the need of holding extra sessions in order to finish the consideration of a vast amount of regular and special business. id ie Tim ’me va bolas': De I ae I s in in Bor selection of candidates, ’he result and the number of vote* recorded is (ai page ga. On the following page is the outcome of the general election in the county, with the candidates listed. The presidential election by states is outlined on page 65, with the city vote on the next page Playhouses    in    Delaware county, their sealing rapacity and location are an added novelty on page 66 A been rare Penn document secured by the bual- county Historical Society is described in a vivid manner on page 69. An account of the opening of the beautiful Archmere Academy, held in September Inst year. is written for I he readers on page 92 along with a complete hat,    of    all ’he parochial schools in Delaware county. One of ’he most novel of the «dd*d features for the- latest issue of the Times Year Book and Almanac is a I find    the boundaries    of    the    column called    Do You Know?” that rd    in    add:    .on    *o    'iu    uaual    include th precinct boundaries reader; Ge< qrge C Cassel, 132 Ridge w nue, from Nor wo injur (Kl, hail a [es last rn gilt sh auloi j, obile was struck by the a loc a1 mo’ on st who, I accord!! phvst had been d rmking oflfrni 9IDg OI fiver I* slat* •d a- VJ; DiGr of the 300 block ] gt re"! Cat; * f J after pas I 1 f- ’ on rig the ll of f sui oui Sire! it not ic [ro * ci •r coming from f, polite direr! ion and be •mg dri the lr •ft side of the street TV Kl -DM collision, ( la.' .el M WBS c ompell f d to pull t o the it side I it the street, bu t in do the ol h< r ca r ploughed into th aide of hit s car, cai * mg (I amain ti ting to appro a i rn ate 11 Ca; 1 is an omen st! of tfii Patrolman Joseph Delaney, of the Clifton Height Barrack*, State Highway Pa*rol, was injured Saturday afternoon when his motorryrla collided w'l’h an automobile driven bv H. Allen Bennett, of Ridley Pa: k. er from the at Fifth and Penn it reel*. Nation. Not The injured patrolman was admit red to the Chester Hosp he received treatment for injuries to right leg and ankle and for shock. The driver of the car was arrested and taken before Magistrate M p Pelion, of tile Ninth ward, who held him under $500 ball for a hearing tomorrow afternoon. DUSIK INO HEALTH ( ENTKK<UNK DATES Notice has been made of a chanco in schedule for clinic* at the Child Health Center in Deshong Mansion. rite present schedule rails for tile is .al din irs on January 17 and Jan-uary 24, but thereafter the clinic* will lie held every Friday at this renter. I here is no change in the schedule of the other health renters ] opicsot J lines The greatest argument at Washington right now seems to be ai>out the weight of beer But even if it'a wlie;r> iegali/rd, few will give it away. ie* to I oral movie theatres have reduced their prices. Now if they would only reduce the showing of n<\\t week s show, patrons would be better satisfied. MOTORIST PROMISES TO RXY DAM XGES Pen ’d Di on md ays ppo Charged with be a triple rolhdon OI evening. Charier, Un Kin street, wk s he appeared for a I centi'' Hits morning responsibility and good the damages The other ears Arthur C Ma'.al. o Max Ruben stein, I this city. The appear a*, the time later Rub A (tube in the Congo has been found whose natives mn leap to a height of over seven feet, if loyal alumni group; are up to their stuff wa -Mould ■> c those dark bo;' on college quads next fall. ig responsible for    - Ninth .-tref, la ’    * speaker here said there are hun- Rogofis 37, 619 fired* of useless words in the English discharged when language. Please Remit.” Men Wanted ” Taxes Must Be Reduced,’* to mention only a few. hearing in police He assumed the agreed to make s were operated bv of Philadelphia and IDX) Flower street, latter two failed to lea ring. but a short Astern appeared and rr dome; tic Ch 31 : (r Times ha: v be appropre ook The is* ut ’he vear 193.1 features that fine;’ vet pro- 1933 edition tim Wesley Cross Post, of ’he American Legion, told Magistrate Honan in police court today that the local motorist became abusive both to him and police officers, when he wa being la’ed at polite headquarter' The case was continued for a week, Mage ’’rate Honan advising Digennaro to pay the damages caused to Cassel'« machine. ULUNGES HEXDLONG THROUGH XX'IN DOXY Falling head gl8f window restaurant, Flf Saturday nigh (Rh *d an agreement with Rogolis. XI TO OVERTURNS; OCCUPANTS III RT Nathan Young, of Media, was admitted Jo the Media Hospital, late night mr treatment of severe ((eralions of the scalp and upper p, and Mi Emma Johnson was Hen treatment for bruises and bock The young people figured in n automobile nil'(lap near Darling-*n station After cr ok mg the bridge icr the c.eek. Young lost control f his ear which plunged down an rnbankment and overturned M HOOL PRINT I PAI. ILL A county correspondent advises us that nudists are planning a summer ramp along the Chester pike. Thi* should clear up technical unemployment among the many mosquitoes in that section. If tile $6000 reward money for th# rapture cf Pretty Boy” Floyd Oklahoma bandi', ever is a cmbled in Ona po'. th* \ d better keep it a secret. H has stuck up banks for less than that. Gene Mergy tells us that dollar btl a 1 wear out in eight or nine months. It's a wonder they last that long, considering how fast they go. Police blame racketeers for bomb* lug barber shops in Philadelphia, They never thought of examining thn razors used by the victims, “I Ani a Fugitive From a Chain Bt ore. seems to he the latest slogan of the underworld. and Mark William F many facts known to few of Second auf! Penn stir'" but of interest to ail This remarkable escape from bf lie did not isnmgro t street im th, 5 s, had ing sci FOUND MENTAL!.4 ILL FREDERICK Md Jan 16 ‘VP> A man identified" by police as Dr Paul F Eek'tem. Canonsburg Pa and believed to have bern ar amnesia victim war recovering Frederick Cliv Hospital today. yare County Park Board feature is on page* 113 and 131 ouoiy injured. rd by the county commission-    The    Delaware County F.mergency    scratch. found on page 45    Relief    Board has a report of    its Smith was so    drunk,    he    admitted An interesting account, of the history, action and results listed on in police court this morning, that Thorn a; M. and May F Fitzgerald- pages 133 and 134, and a map show- he remembered nothing aho.!, the Mercy Hospital, a non-sectarian in- ing relief districts is on page 132. incident. An employe of the cafe s? it ut ion now nearing completion on    The    United States Senate and    the    said that    the man fell    so    that im. (he grounds of the St, Francis Horn"    House    of Represent ai ive*, both of    the    fiat rolled    inside    the n    tauran’ and Main st.icet near Golf road in Darby, Seventy-second and Seventy-third it was after Smith walked into the i given Vi detail on page 51. This Congress, are given space on pages p!a< <’ to claim his headgear that he .. ‘mg :• added ’n the de’a: •• eon- 155 anri 176 This is experted to be was held ’lending the aril', a1 ai polit*-("ming every hospital in the city and of particular worthwhile interest. He was arrested by Patrolman county, beginning on the    previous    Beside-    the new departments    in-    George Pierre and on    the    charge of page    eluded in    ’he 1933 issue, all of    tile    drunkenness Magistral* Honan fuvri a- An amount of ' a    pnmary    election    important    data of former nooks    has    him $2 and costs with    the    preference including ’he chief    intern    in th'    been retained for the Times readers,    of 24 hours rn jail. Illness of principal of High School, to postpone 1 the Smedley M; Margaret Stetser, the Smedley Junior has made it necessary he January meeting of Junior High School The Weather Parmt-Teachers’ Association, to have been held tomorrow evening in the auditorium of the school Seventeenth and Upland streets. The date now et for Hie meeting is January 31. TWINS RI \< Ii 99 4 I XRS Ninety-nine years old today and the oldest living twins in America. That's the proud distinction of Mrs. Hen-    6    a    rn. netts Dannenbaum. of Philadelphia.    7    a    in. and her sister, Mrs Jeannette Laugh-    s    a.    rn. heimer, of New Yolk. Each will cele-    9    a    rn. brats today.    1    IO    a.    rn. W \ SII I NT. ION, Jan. 6— IP -Eastern Pennsylvania:    Fair and warmer. Tuesday cloudy and warmer followed bv light rain. Western Pennsylvania: Light rain tonight and Tuesday, probably (hanging to snow near Luke Lrie Tuesday; warmer tonight, colder Tuesday afternoon; much colder Tuesday night. TODAY S LEMP! K ATI RE 35 ll s rn. 33 Noon ... 36 I p rn. 38 2 p. rn. 42 44 48 SI 53 ;