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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              OAiLY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17492 PUBLIC HEARING REFUSED ON PA BLUELAW BILLS Committee Makes This De cision on Legislation Then Recesses Dailv Leased Wire Reports or United Press UP and International Newsservice INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA TUESDAY JANUARY 17 1933 FRENCH PLANE ON RECORD FLIGHT PRICE TWO CENTS HOUSE DISTURBED JAPANESE BOMB OVER PATRONAGE Enforcement Measures In cluded Act Reported Out HARRISBURG Pa Jan Law and Order Commit tee decided today to refuse public hearings on any Sunday Blue Law modification or State Enforcement Repeal measures brought before it in the 1933 session of the General As sembly The decision was reached at the first consideration the committee has given the bills The com mittee adjourned to next Tuesday when it was indicated favorable ac rion can be expected on bills embody inthe two controversial subjects Rep Hines Armstrong would give no reason why the committee placed brm on public hearings He said the I action was almost unanimous The committee decided to cooperate j with a similar Senate committee con sidering repeal and blue law measures That committee may hold hearing but its action is not definite i T1 T Theyre going to bring out a repeal I M bill soon one member said as he left ill the committee room He voiced the I attitude of a majority of the com mittee law and order the highways nnd the judiciary general committees of the House met before todays ses sion to consider legislation The highways committee reported favorably the Weidemann bill which buses and trucks the reciprocity privileges they enjoyed prior to the act of the 1932 special session which precipitated the truck war at the states borders The Weidemann measure would permit foreign common carriers of persons or property to operate in30 of 2114 North Twentieth street Pennsylvania for 30 different days in i Philadelphia The final decree was a custom she established several car Fifth street Cl r r i i i C 1 ITU T t 1 ir rv A I i L VOctlS Report of State Committee Make Second Air Raid on Challenged Norwood j Chinese Tokio Sees U S Pastor Is Chaplain Too Sensitive HARRISBURG Pa Jan 17OJP i TOKIO Jan 17JTapimese air House shattered another legis plnnes bombed Chinese troops in the lative precedent today when the rej Knilu district in Northeast Jehol The report dispensing legislative i NUCCessIve patronage was accepted by a vote of 109 to 73 but the rip hi left its mark learned here THIEVES FOR HIM Rep David Bcchtel SchuylkiU opened thc fight when Rep Steedle Allegheny submitted the report Bcchtel claimd the wishes of thr majority of the SchuyJkill coumv delegation had been disregarded in favor of the recommendations made Japanese reports from Tunglino the j Japanese barracks near thc Jehol Mnnchurian border told of the nir nttnck by the county chairman He referred to Paul W Houck SHANGHAI Jnn Indiej ice ot Chinas determination to fight for retention of Jehol Province with nil Uie resources at its com mand 20 officers of the Nineteenth 10 j well as its builder Rene Cousinet Ld i the hlff ow of five ns RUNS Shcnandoah Republican count v comI Army which defended Shanff nmtee chairman and power in State gainst the Japanese for throe politics Bechtel claimed Dr Stoortle hnd told jn the chairmans decision was final and thc legislators choices would noi be recognized Perusal of l he report showed two Schuvlkiil V L XHILII uy i nc souuiern route Besides well as us buldcr Rene Cousinet and it made a record Jiop of H hours jcountiaus given House jobs John Hnbbletl of Tamaqua as a committee months List ywr arrived iit Chmg today to take command of me Chinese forcos in Jehol I The Nineteenth Army commanded j by General Tsai TinsKai attracted world auentlon by holding out for works against superior Japanese during the historic bat lie of conI r ures if ft V j ll K ings J TT llEf Ann Harding Revels In Sylvan Beauty Of Rose Valley Wife Granted Decree Says Hubby Hurled Coffeepot DuringArgument tj n 4V KM I I I J I i clerk and David Hopkins Shaft as hnpel which raged from January custodian of the hall of thr House j unlil of 1932 Steedle moved for roll call just as Rep Royle to i JfUV Jap question him Royle asked whether UmL Joseph C Grew of the Because she was slow in preparing Wandering through the sylvan AlTCSted When H quietness of picturesque Rose Valley today Ann Harding goldenhaired girl of the films recalled how she first acted in the Hedgerow Theatre m the valley For the next three weeks Miss rt u 4 Oman He AcCilSCS 011 Central City Street coffeepot at her Mrs Marion A m the Pla5s offered by the Hedgerow I have developed into a trVirriv eroun imrirr ilio T ij v l J l LUIICCU Ambrushndor United States wns flung out an and JJT panes sought to explain the diplo matic tangle en used by n War Office statement that China was gettuv Roii from United Officials of lie United Stales cm biissy mode if clear hat Ambassador CHMV in denying an understanding haa been renched through which the wishes of Philadelphia or of a few who represent thc Philadelphia gang has been followed The ques tion was ruled improper ns the House shook with laughter at Rep Wit kins explanation that there is no such and the report was call proceeded adopted The Rev George P Conner Nor wood Delaware county was named lhis Chaplain succeeding the Rev Omer l Pnillsnii Wimt Continued on tvjcti i A L v uc v i luui Ci inm n rrofrnrix xiism Van Hekle 26 of 227 Hirst avenue j JfSr Kolasinski wills ng SQUATTERS DESTROY hei start in Hie i Drucclla Killcn loral i Urjrjl tjK Vbooiib NUMBER OF TREES ANC Ten PHILA PRINTING EXECUTIVE IS DEAD Bradway Brown Swarth more College Graduate Killed Wife Away at the Time Father a Suicide Family Hints Death Cause i PALMYRA N j Jan Charles Brown brother of Bradwav I Brown 28 society publisher who was shot to death last night said today he was completely bewildered by jkUlinp The brother arrived from Prince ton where he is R student shortly bciorc the autopsy He told police he knew of no reason why his brother might have died n suicide nor of any plot lh I I dont understand it at all he Declared after he had gone over th i house m which his brothers body was found with two bullet holes in it He was taken to view the onecar Karngo from which sounds of a warned fOr 110V i Mrs Bradway Brown pretty former Swnrthmore College coed returned today from Beaver Pa where she had her parents and T nviMUtiJJcetcr who gave he Lansdowne testified in obtaining a theatrical profession f duorce Harvey C Van Hcklc will if RUinC Drucclla Killcn localhairdresser for the recovery of which he Ui uuu vmrn no coming here from Hollywood to claims he gave her to keep for him pronouncement Secretary KnhorL T Timan is Ui She 121st oonvontion of Charles T Brown in Moorev own N J There a spokesman of no family rciternted that the dead nan had no enemies h Ls the rny one calendar year without securi ing state registration In event the trucker is from a state which extends full reciprocity to Pennsylvania cari Park by Judge Albert Dutton Mac vere married in Highland on May 30 1930 and moved Continued on Pagre Ten she became a motion picture star She has spent several vacations in VP P c n c d to Lansdovne shortly afterwards1 to come of that year Mrs Van Hekle fcelsin need of a rost Harding spends her davs at thc time of the meeting Police Sergeant Leslie Fnrraday along and n i5 expected that the testified her husband began abusizV Miss Harding spends her days her and his illtreatment included through the wooded slopes pend her vacation she is following met the woman on Market street With bz of the upper reaches of Chester River i Marcus Hook nnd Trainer will ju r r1 vi mvux uu piacea i the former raihcr wnoriori l3e rnaiKffl and deepened as the re intimated today she i Kolasmski under arrest charged with I slopes of Ship Creek Woods a o cisuiL of i an the b he e whenever she JcacV the coming barren hillsides ore Colonel Farl I Brown district a ftem tojhe office ofMagisl Pressed for need of fuel Uic Society for the Detection r of Stolrn rropcrty at With two bullets in his body Brown was found sprawled on the floor of room last night by police not L liorsc lust year lie in trate M the coffeepot incident He frequently wardwhere remained THIEVES RESUMING ACTIVITIES HERE Burglars became active again last V the rumor Joncs A cellar door of a chain store at in the Bouire 111 tii iniij ui Jllll IIR CUVell ii i in OUIIIM JIKS the rude shacks have mode the j room at 2 p m obtained P warrant trees prey to their axes until ihr 10 and climbing the foot of Kolasinski greater part of the land Is becom nc Thf dot the countryside She hlrnwuh thrcateninpr to kill skirt blouse mudcaked i i i i residents of the vnllev seem to hnvo heard once before ro rognrd for the trees as they are various oil refineries in thus CIIIIMII tut i tiiiit in l nis strict requested federal authorities Outright Resolution Under i i L be tried before pending VHKI iji ninety 1IVU1J4 UllCS a I aswell as those that are of no further aey were married in Harry Bannister1J pQHrP t fp T Q x usccither in preventing th7croson A ceiiar door or a chain store at a Play j NewUnnbvcdS Killeri to romfe nue was pried open and lheir knew lust where to find S4fl uhirh i i101716 Jn Nnrberh and has not been seen since that knew just where to find which vvfs secreted among merchandise in Colorado Schoofof Mines j investigated this case found a clue that will probably lead to an early arrest Another chain store cit Third and Engle streets which was the scene n this morning nnd thrv a emed to walk for of that he has been ioiterin in rhe rrTJn and these rx buiness esMblih of the largest which oness Wlll stand JnQst Glenwood road UppTJSrby9was 0While across the street on i SJrvouTSair0 1 a divorce from William T er wav to rhi 1norxous stiam vicinity of hoi TJTTonn for clays However when HUKl slated at police station he had no i weapons on his p he seemed to be ncoded by Lhe who have under a highly way While Former Bill Rests in Committee to incrcase the anchorage modnte four or five large t It was argued that in recent yenrs he volume of shipping to this port has increased to such proportions thnt the present nnchorngc has become inadequate to accommodate the ships forced to anchor xvhilo awnit ing berths at the oil refinerios In addi Elshtccll111 Amendment nnd modify the main ship channel Aet were deltiyed today WASHINGTON Jan drives to repeal the ii i i i ii uu i in t and his hns rosulted in danger durf Committee save existence nnd no re ing thick weather to vessels nt anchoi a musician who lives at 1344 South Sixtylfif th PhiT son avnue Linvood vo ths 7 years old v MI U1C f their present nnd also to inbound and outbound a daring htdup c nht t summer wfs Thev werc married ja and in the tesom who broke the glass in the front window by throwing a brick through it An early survey failed to reveal much missing although it is believed TTT T TTJ throbber stole a quantity of edibles i H CLNTER A cash register broken open pT TXTTp by thieves who forced their way into h bakery shop of Walter Schmidt 11H Morten avenxie by prying open 0 accordinS to thc I automobile John and of abode craft On wash day the vicinity of the i settlement of shacks presents a conI ONF APP fused landscape with many lines of washed clothing of every description strung between the bare stumps and tne remaining trees The site of the DOVER Del Jan i shacks is just above thc boundary GOVERNOR OF DEL Chichester t TTitti1 g tlCiCVi V at Huddle i hundreds of residents of the state in lof the northern end of Dcshoni attendance Governor C Douglass i Memorial Park and is plainly visible isnn Buck rcclectprl corrrr from thr narkHrUfn 7 VJA vli lUt rrmovcd from the store and taken to the ccllnr where it war smashed obtained Health Centers of nounced today The ihe burglary was at the home of i that was held everv ljhcliftl victim in rs A Sinle 117 Thurlnw Rtmt a i POK K auiomobilc and took her to the Mrs A Siple 117 Thurlow street a rear window being forced The house was systematically S12 which was in West Fourth street will be held on i Chester Hospital the first Thursday of each month scious when the nu ruaci wit aiLenaance Governor C Douglass i memorial Park and i art ifniornllng that Johnson Buck reelected for his second term fr0m the park drive ULES PILINCToFRifURNS tive building at noon today In his inaugural Gov rrnor advocated repeal of he Klair State Prohibition Enforcement Act increase of the gasoline tax from three to four cents a gallon reduc tion of assessedValuation of realesi tate by onethird and modernisation A of ror wcs struck and throvn to the side of sustaining a possible skull was an IS IMPERATIVE 9 Dclawarc county Lo FROM THIS COUNTY Only one resident of Delaware county was named in the list of ap pomtccR announced by thc State Senate last night He is Thomas H Dann of Yeadon who was desig nated as sergeantatarms The new list of attaches totals 78 or 23 legs than the last session the reduction resulting in a saving of Thc Senate did not name a c lain or postmaster They will The Bhunc Resolution repealing proiubition protecting dry states find giving Congress power to outlaw saloons was caught behind the legis lative jam Senator Elaine R of Wisconsin its author announced he would seek a vote on it as soon as the blockade created by the Jong filibuster against the Glass Bankinc Bill Is ended The new beer legalizing beer ale porter wine nnd fruit juices con taining not more than 305 pcrccnlum of alcohol was held in the Senate Judiciary Committee pending further study of a British inquiry that called n o nJnloxicaiing r u c h mi v illUiUJl lansacked and The Negro clinic originally held everv i reached She was uncon v institution was ot Ine county government in Dela DAUGHTERS TO SHAJllE In his will probated at Media Wil ware Thp mocnfication of selected soon in i chief clerk the Rev Christian N and V P j Senator Blainc headed a subcommit tee which drafted the bill on Thore sorviiiR in thoc 1 strenKlv of tho British report Governor leased in bond pointed out that the Volstead Act laxes of Delaware county were Shirk of T Kelly At thr rWhnTcr rcv u T WAii 1Hier reeasecJ in bond notning JJclaware if i return in nnr ive been he climes Magistrate Honan to await the lhc Palr not repealed He DesiSond sn rl ive oeen neici on Pvi i nirjprj i saia f 4 s Asioc iatlon yesterday IT VilJUV have been held on Tuesdays and Fri days but after the final Tuesdav outcome of the childs injuries urged members of both ihe state Mr whether he has any Mi frnr V iucsaay i i otnaie ana Mouse to change the liam T Whiteman late of 2415 Hollis Jp1S uarXV C clinlc5 wil1 FARMER WE 4THER forosmcnt net as soon oossible road Haverford township directs that on M i K i 11 11 i J OI nnin i niiy HouSe to jgS5L JPSSKSL Tte Bruin postmaster The House Slate Committee was upnble to agree upon Its employe personnel and the report was de layed until the latter Dart of the by until the latter part of week The complete roster his S990 estate be divided among five daughters Mr Whiteman died on October 13 last HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press CONVICT MOTORIST FOR CHILDS weather cloudy skiesand light rrsin are Pound guUtv RAIN IS PROBABLE N T TO RETALIATE IN fcmTa dPiSSbutycd0brv be fillccl PARENT OF CHESTER WOMAN ENDS LIFE d causing an auto on September 11 in th nine prcdicted in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware TRENTON N J Jan nd Maryland It will be generally With help of legislature the JRir and colder tomorrow State of New Jersey today The hiehest temperaturehere yesstrengthened its lines for another T fcrday was 57 dcprees at 330 p as Pennsylvania State AT JEFFERSON PARK Powr s Miss rpjry Beggar Lady Faylin Trice Brsck ffero tcr of Mr nnd iof Darh WrtJ ucprces ata30 p m Ul Vi1 as Pennsylvania State C Puter of Cori Olivcr nnd the Jowest was 35 at 3 a m The troopers apain began enforcing the i Pa was sen of 46 was 14 decrees above license te Pa in for the date but twodecrees ihe Keystone ra to seiwe a year in iail commendation of innmv jury with which the connected was created in when Delaware county moved from the fourth to the third class bince the department has been in operation S170000 in personal taxes has been collected The law per thn department to po back for years In levying assess ns residents who have nc ihe He iavnrablo report on the bill next Monday In the Ho us P Rep Schafor R of Wisconsin sought n vote on an other Garner Outright Repeal Reso lution Although Speaker Garner objected to such a vote Schnfcr be gan circulating a petition calling for discharge of the House Judiciary Committee from further considera tion of the measure If he can obtain 145 signatures ho will bo nble to force another repeal vote in thc A pistol bearing finger prints was found n few feet from the body nrkTr widely known chief of the Burlington county detectives said he would compare the fingerprints to of dead man This led to the belief that authori ties may think Brown died a Side lae dead man was one of the States most important witnesses at the inquest in 1929 into the double death by gunshots of Ruth M Wilson Continued on Pajc Ten TAX REFUNDS CONGRESS TARGET Jan Ihc House today was drawn into the Senat battle to strip the Treasury of ts authority to grant refunds to bS taxpayers aggregating 84000000000 in eleven years With Senate nnd House on the deficiency bill in partial mcnt to extend present checks on the rrensury the House wasto be asked to vote on an amendment Riving Con press complcteauthority over refunds IS HELD FOR COURT Peter Brezza an insurance broker of Marcus Hook today was remanded to Jail m default of bail by Justice of the Peace A C W Machues at Media after he was ar reatcd by county detectives for alleged violation of the state Insurance laws Dcieclives charged Brcssza was sell ing insurance of companies not listed in this state s of Times The first blond to face Magistrate Honan was discharged Maybe he figured that all such women are light headed h jinia in isil rnniri u 3unii5t iuaay vas at 72D a m anr 502 Pm EaSn York Beauty Bride O Til C fr 1 i Temps D A m o u r BarashUova accident happened at Gap Pa Wcga PoIIysvo Pollys Folly Pre meditate Blue Darter Ormont Blue Hawaii Prin cess Carolyn Showers Noon Play Georgre K Lillian Tobin Trans formation Shift KafTler Con Aralinc Hard Boiled Comments Snoozy Clabclle Chatty Girl Hard Play Disposi tion B Paul T 6Morsnuff B a 1 ti m o re Donny DORRANCE TAX Lanrastrr Pa 4 vvuw at noimai xor tne date bur two degrees ne St A n lhe Average January 16 last Legislative session A recommendation of mercy by the year Maximum temperature fo j wuh a mif consideration ciate is 59 established in 3901 Atlee aeclarcd in explaining r rhat a fine of S1000 and three years 11T w States mmendaton of mcrcv by the year Maximum temperature for the T Wlth a dssentmg vote the New i is utu own Boyd Ware 27 miiv foromnn mr T is ruea with thc Register of Wills i Bering from henrt disease Mrs Erad Hrrhrrf Pipv 4n A heckHO shOWS thnt thr taviflrlri MX slonninrr o 1 40 the Victims said that a larpic pro revenue is obtained Jrom estates in which an inventory w Atinrv T j vunftiui a Lion u H te js cstabhshpc Bobs Luck Our Grief Duchess of a ralclarfd ln cxPlaining minimum zero in 1893 and Scnatn last night passed the and a clTpc Parhmir hill rnfirto ilt A has not Stanley Hibbrrd presided wns received here today Robert Bradfiold f5 former track foreman on the Pcnnsylvnnifi Rail road committed suicide yesterday K on a chair at the home sisterinlaw Mrs William Havrr dr Gracr Md victim of father of MJSS Hcle this city Thc former railroader had been xuf plain drunk plunged through n et street window and escaped without a scratch But that doesnt say he escaped the pane An Upland motorist sot tough with IN WEST VA MINE i nx know whcrc he was goinc MORGANTOWN W Va Jan 17 whcn hc of two miners lny Joan Crawford movie star Hi fhn niormm irvr r i KILLS TWO OOVVI I Barbour bill giving the commissions Sunrise Today was at 720 a m and f molor vehicles added power to en thing because they have no job force similar requirements To Begin Beer Manufacture lrUCkS Mr BRYNMAWR HOST TO PROF PICCARD y Hibbrrd prided h jSJrhmT ftCr at our door by i or lhc blM cn5 d men i orderly conduct of optimism pervaded thelHooh Clarence Spence of Linwood was committed to the county jail for n period of 30 days yesterday following a hearing before Magistrate Charles W Williamson of Marcus Hook on charge of drunkenness and dis into Svviss e ascent last summer ten mile the stratosphere answered in Gains Tadcaster Donate Hard Scths Ballot South land Lad Bardic Fronk Happy Lad GoUl Stratosphere Rfl bcth Virnont Fortunate Mann Ciirtcsy Pan dosto Catalans Idol Rave Tea Green Axcnby Aristocrat Well Behaved Weather clear track fast AT AGUrCALENTE Mile Post Prettv r j FIXED AT i No matter what the result of the litigation in which NPW v rfllU P2nn5ylvania rach seekto collect ini The nations prohibition laws Although he is under a contract which prevented him from talking Libbv ufacture of oldfashioned beer Their confidence based on the conviction that Congress soon will heritance taxes from the estate of thc iate Dr John T Dorrance the tax payment owed by the estate will b 521800000 it has been dcfinirely learned That is the maximum liability of io demonstrated in a ror Crete way John bAgostino mnnufacturer of wine tonics has purchased the old I and Nachod Brewery Companv m Philadelphia for a price said the Dorrance estate as fixed by the to be morc than SI000000 Federal Revenue Act of 1926 which course said we imposes the Federal estate tax plan to spend about in Vnod no difference in dollars the with additional the iltlly CJIS 4it vivjioia con rtnn j aUUlt Qujck Fligrht Mystic Moon Losin ro tne Dorrance estate it is said S2o0000 for trucks If we pay lilc 0 VIary 1 whether it pays Pennsylvania or New i od in vogue before prohibition Clar Cerveza Dfnard Briffhti reason is that the maxii on tne basis of the capacity of the Comet St Falron mum Tiahllifv nf IITO Place ths C Comet St Falcon Tobasco mum liability of the estate for inj Dick Bud Elder Mary hentance taxes is a fixed amount medcVeruz7n Motor Park Leader undcr the laws Performanc Miss Monoa Cap Golden Prince Las Palmaa Golden State RETURNS TO DUTY federal government will brewerv day thi5 one At Nprristown Pa officials of the Adam Schcidt Brewery Company said period fast has msnv Wn have cvcrythiriif risht up severe illness to the minute Adam j Schcidt Jr said when Congress changes the for several hours yesterday Continued on Pagre Ten Harry Lander Deeply For Shiny Quarter CHICAGO Jan Harry Lauder had hardly stepped off thc train here today when a man approached him with thf familiar refrain Brother can vou spare a dime1 Are you an actor or maybe a banker inquired the famous Scotch entertainer as he hastened to catch a taxicab No mister Im just out of luck Lauder paused stuck a hand in a pocket of his kilties it or a shiny quar ter rnd handed it to the sup pliant The panhandler incidentally was in reality a newspaper re porter whose city editor had in structed him to make the touch about his McenT hr answered many T Mt birl Question ahniir fL introduced to the He this BOARD HEAD b oc WILL BK SPEAKER his famous croon not yet mrtdo his ac An on The Administration lay in bed in her of Unomplomcnt Rclirf iviil be made Ward Hinteon questions about such trips in oral and declared that two more should be some one else Why I go up he asked Men have been trained for t jthc vrork Let them do it An ascrnti n On hf soventn by Attorney J H should be made this summer Pennsylvania Hospital Phtlai where near Hudson Bay and another clphia where he was born and reI nf tlhc elawarc County in Europe Joicedthat he had passed the most BoJrd Uie opening session The Hudson Bay trip near the magnetic pole would be to study the deviation of cosmic rays caused by the pole I will help all I can any one who wants to make the trip but I wont make it myself China is talking about putting a boycott on goods manufactured in japan Why not put an embargo on Japanese troops There are nearly four and onehalf million illiterates in the United States vet there are thousands of teachers who cant get a job Out in the middle west they ara making sugar out of wild flowers In the east here they make it out of moonshine Five thousand dead seagulls found floating on the sea at Atlantic City It is rumored that they fol lowed a Scotch ehip for several hun dred miles The wisdom of old ape is bunk speaker here said Guess hes right Jolced that he had pawed tho most Rrnhcf BoJrdfil tho session lierc sakl hes right difficult first milestone j of the annual conference of the a wans 21 he doesnt learn Vnr Mruvi jL L iComrmmilv rimmrii nf much v ft I o J 4 J i llJJ t t4 li tlj with the termination of hi Comrnunity Council of Philadelphia County Welfare of prospects for i physicians attending the baby dc and thc conference will be at MERMOZ FOR RIO DE JANEIRO w iv c p o clarcd He has demonstrated his dri feHcvueStratford Hotel on January termination to live and add pounds i fina Fcbruar 1 The opening ses OFF i he necds now only T1 bc at 8 Pm on January Urr 3 pounds 4 ounces in weiht y 31 following a dinner MrHinkson The Weather That is four ounces was permaturely born a week ago But it the ruc chijd i TQ Bra7iJ Jan lose at least an ounce a day for four Jean and his six companions or five days after birth and who flew tne South Atlantic ycster their growth is normalstart irom Senegal to Natal in H Little Smith Reynolds began De Janicro at j yesterday whrm his chart sunk to 3 a m today Mermoz veteran of thc French air mail service is en route to Buenos Aires pounds 3 ounces pounds 4 ounces had been was marked 3 MrHinkson than he j WIJI Preccfjft Mrs I Albert Liveriht um nc i secretary of thc Depanment of fare of Pennsylvania who will speak on the administration of unemploy ment relief in the state TALK FOR An address on the benefit of medical service of insurance com panies will be given this evening be WASHIXGTON Jan Forecast Cloudy tonight and Wednesday with possible rain or snow in north and south portionstoniffht Colder Wednesday and in extremes north portion tonight Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and racier lonigrht nnd Wednesday Prob ably rain in south and rain or snow in north portion ui ItJC Continued on Page Ten Broad street of the flrehouse at 324 East TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 41 11 a a44 43 Noon 45 43 1 p m43 43 2 p m49 46   

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