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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOK SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17494 Dallv Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and international News Service FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA THURSDAY JANUARY 19 1933 STATE EDUCATOR STRESSES NEED OF LOCAL TAXES BRITISH SPEED KING IN NEW BLUEBIRD Says Lessening of Kate Would Be Harmful to j Teachers and Police i i Dr L A King Addresses Meeting of Teachers Association Dr Leroy A King of the University of Pennsylvania in an address before the Chester Teachers Association and a large gathering of Chester citi zens yesterday afternoon at ihe Chester High school showed the im passibility of the local taxes being lowered He declared that such an act would necessitate abolishing the police force and half the teachers of ihe city Local taxation cannot be relieved according to Dr King unless another method of taxation is substituted He suggested an income tax for the State Twenty or more states at the present time are collecting revenue through this method Most of them havea graduated method of collection and some wealthy men today are contrib uting on a scale approaching the high mark of war times when an income of one million was taxed 63 per cent Pennsylvania State taxation today is based on intangibles said Dr King It is indirectly contributed by taxing gasoline auto accessories bonds etc Pennsylvania is not overtaxed although some people in the State and some communities may be It all resolves itself around the i real estate tax andreal estate taxi is local tax In showing the taxpayers the way to lower the cost of government and particularly the cost of its educa tional program Dr King brought forth some vital statistics He stated that Pennsylvania spends over five CITY OFFICIALS REJECT PLEA TO REDUCE TAX RATE Request Made by Taxpay ers and Chamber of Com merce Groups Today Abrupt Motion to Adjourn Special Session Follows Offeringof Reasons A formal request made to Mayor William Wnrd Jr and mr moors of City Council by representatives of the Taxpayers Association of Delaware County and the Committee on City Government of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce o reconsider ihe budget ordinance nnd make R re duction in the lax il on clrnf ears this morning The request was muaV nt a special meeting of Council held H II a m Thc reasons for such a reduction be TRICE TWO CENTS FAMILY TO PROBE DEATH OF BROWN IS BURIED TODAY1 I Investigators to Double Energy to Clean Up Pal myra Mystery Death T the taxpayers proup MiKi S Iloyri mr 1IIMI Imnp ieprcseiulnR the Chamber of doubled thoir efforts Commerce body At the close of heir aruumrnts many of which Mayor Ward agreed the chief executive said he would entertain a motion from coun Intcrmcnt at Moorcslown N J on Fourth Anni versary of Marriage MOUNT HOLLY N J Jan secret of Bradwny Browns violent death will not be buried with him in Friends cemetery icdny the fourth anniversary of his woddinji On ihe contrary wiien Browns body is lowered into a grave it will be ihe signal for the first intensive to determine whether he died by his own hand As his wife ihe former Ruth Mncauley of Pa prepared to ns four years she walked beside clear up the mystery which has assumed the pro NEW TEXAS SUN OIL CO HEAD ASSAILS PINGHOT ROAD PROGRAM Pew Says 400000000 Burden Ahead if 53000 Miles Are Added Sees Lower Collections on Higher Gasoline Tax Defends Trucks Thrrc physicin nx reported one of ROOSEVELT OFF TODAYTOCAPITAL Presidentelect Leaves New York for Conference at the White House 41 NEW YORK Jan million dollarsfor the collection of j PresidentElect Roosevelt left New WARMER TODAY COLDER TOMORROW J B BLAESTON It will be warmer today and occa sional rain is predicted in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Tomorrows Present Him IVTnrliT cast Is fair and colder i i CbCJiLi JT1IT1 HIT iHCClal The highest temperature here ye1i ierday was 53 at 315 a m andthc i lowest was 42 degrees at 1030 a m ing of amendments to the present budget but no such motion was mnde and immediately Councilman George J Hunter offered a motion that the meeting adjourn which was seconded and unanimously agreed upon The abrupt ending to the meeting as had beon hought Dr ihe deep wounds Brown was stand ing up so not have st anrl fallen on the Run on his ihe house One of the first honors bestowed by governor Miriam Ma Ferguson1 of Icxas who recent Jy took ovrr the helm of the Lone Star State was thr rank f Colonel on Mrs Lvi F of Marshall Tex Mrs wear an mny uniform on all nrraslons she state fairs as a member of Governor F Rusons staff SENATE DEFEATS Recommendations reRardinp high way development and restrictions on motor trucks made by Governor Pin rhot in his recent message to the iKhnurp would crreatly increase the cost of the State highway system while destroying an important source or highway revenue according to J Howard Pew president of the Sun Oil Company Mr Pew today ad dressed a letter to the Governor giv ing his views on this phase of the Pointing out that the State high way system is supported by cense and Incidental fees and gaso line taxes Mr Pew stated that the proposal to add 53000 miles to the system would Impose on motorists a burden of added con structlon costs and annual mainten ance costs of between and j for the system as a whole j Formers whom the new roads are j chiefly Intended to benefit would j carry a substantial part of the bur I den with their approximately 75000 md large The average of 48 was sixteen degrees above normal for the date but the same as the average January 18 last for Most Worthy Work in tion of the recommendation made by ihe committeeof which he is chair More than one hundred members j k at 111junil i JTVuusc V CIU 1NGW UIM nf TVrno n i school taxes The State of Maryland York today for a trip which will be vean Maximum temperature for the nd a HrVe f Clubs spends less in collecting its entire devoted from the start to shaping Ls 53 in 1876 and quota than two counties in this I definitely the policies of his admini mmimum3 in 1904 named MJIVICC otgamzn State For the precinct of Baltimore j stratum and which may lead to im county is but portaiit events even before he takes Seventh and Sproul streets upon the occasion of thc presentation of Sunrise today wasat 719 a m and man These recommendations were h published in detail in Times two weeks ajc them have been pv He declared that the recommenda tions made if carried out would re the burial mound of conflicting evidence detectives under Chester chief Kills H Parker of Burlington omc of county huve lost their assurance thc ftrect the shots that ended his Ule but gnvc him thru i proposal that nt the same time Voles58 o 30 Against iS ice can best be compared Mr Pew says to a groutbusiness organization proposing to increase its plant and capacity enormously while undcrtak Icncinjr Hucy Long and Filibuster Cohorts WASHINGTON Jan j Ing to drive away a large group of its j Paying customers Commercial ve in Pennsylvania was For Delaware county alone it costs v i u u u l griVC Mr Roosevelt left Jersey City at a m for Washington where ti ii iui wnere S2o9 for every child attending school he will confer with Secretary of State LS very low m comparison Stimson late today and with Presi tne cose in other towns and cities The cost in this city for the dent Hoove tomorrow The Presidentelect refused to dis j Jmu A reiusen rn nis year 1931 was but 88 cents per child cuss the impending conferences and Cr0dl warned against speculation over their Stfhf fcw i i Triennial Maneuvers to Be X to reccivt reducing the present tax rnle from ll2 mills to 10i mills Mr Chadwick appealed for an im mediate reduction in thr tax rate to meet the demands of the property owners who are fast exhausting their financial reserve to meet their I KUIIC over lliPrf Wn rt PS E A and a member 01 the cdu indication whether there wavfoun cational council of thejtate of Penn dation of hope reported in Washingl top that an agreement on debt policy Continued on Last Page YEADON MAN ENDS might be reached which would permit immediate international debt nego tiations r TOT WFTTT n A o rtuavis chief American Ulr Jb VVJLIJHL CxAb delegate to the Geneva Arms Con ference will accompany Mr Roose the Kiwanis Honor Medal for Com munity Service an annual award to that member of the community deemed most worthy through his j pood works for others Thc joint I meeting was sponsored by the Ki wanis Club i We pointed out that property val The presentation was made in an i ucs rentals and the cost of living TT unique manner A puppet show was ihave been materially reduced during Held m August Instead prescmed br hc pupils of the art lnc nnsL lwo years while residents 11 of the Franklin School in i here are still paying a tax levy which Oi JpaU J which they had cleverly worked out n i four act marionette sliow describing Cnnlinucrt on Taffc Twche r TSK PR J LippTNESTc ASE frnd ect j Bkston who aaTOcd per TQ WOPEKEV 10 walk 10 debate failed of passage wns 58 to JO Nineteen RcpubUcrms joined the mans physical condition disi 10 to defont Ilio gag rule rloscrl bv Hie nuloosv as very serious Semite Majority Leader Watson Sruate failed to stifle Kingfish nicies according to figures given by nod his filibustering cohorts to MrPcw 362 per cent of the total when the Clotvirc rule to limit license uiri gasoline taxes all of Parker still was inclined to believe nd vote i which so to thc highway fund i In connection with the Governors with that one cent be added to Ihe gasoline tax Mr Pew says your administrations experience with Minority Lcndrr Robin Pennsylvanias pasoline taxes willnot they rxpnctpd the adverse ncfd to be recalled to1 you it showed Twelve vote to be followed soon by adoption i r ratio of collections when of an agreement to limit debate and i lhci lnx was raised and an in i obtain a vote on tm Glass bank bill creased ratio of collections when the lhe votc thLs nnernoon in lrix rae was lowered Mr Pew adds LUUKL nnpry Senate Senator Hobinson j hat in the District of Columbia and I Dem Ark leader of the minority three States which have only a 2 cent repeatedly sought yesterday to avoid ffnsollne consumption has In roll call fcst noon which he and i Clca5ccl n Average of 67 per 19 A pressman ended his life by gas at j j his home 903 Duncan Yeadon last night Harvey Myers 44 was found dead TOKIO Jai of the j i i tciivl it I I il 1 IZLO be held earlier than had been sonally for the supply of more than Norman H Americanexpected this year an admiralty I a thousand of milk each day irt i The openinR scene depicted an UQ I undernourished child sulTerine in thc A report of thc League of Nations i home of parents unable to obtain An argument which Prospect police say started last nlpht between j others are convlced the cloture pro I the past year while in three men over stolen woods resulted nosnl will be defeated His cfTorts States havinR a 3 to 7 cent r fit 11 rwr sv r r i m 1 M f v nas it Velfc to Wasllington Professor A report of thc League of Nations home of parents unable to obtain bt i mon I Moley economic adviser to j Mandates Commission to be pubi A visit from a prom avenue I Mr Roosevelt also will make the lished tomorrow in trip In addition to the meeting vKh of tne mefr Deputy Coroner Edward L Don nelly Lansdowne issued a certificate of suicide Police said Myers left a note to his wife asking forgiveness YALE STRATFORD Conn Jan Jameson Jr 20 Yale was killed early today when his automobile struck a tele graph pole lished tomorrow in Geneva was un derstood to discuss charges that Japan has constructed naval or milii pppv Conitnued on Pajjc Twelve in one being arrested on charges of theft and the other two with receiv ing stolen goods The argument is Sen Couzcns ficulMed all hope of j Rentto over 13 per cent compromise irv last moments of 1 Deferring to the Governors state WASHINGTON Jan will be made to reopen the whole j Dolchanzyk alias Dolansky both of question of independence of thc Philadelphia failed to agree on loot j yesterdays neflfUon with his indict nave i inoritoMhfi Inme duck Republican miillonnhe wn1 directing his i t President Pro Tern Moss and j thc it is not good public policy to let ruin the railroads and in Continued oh Last jr i lJ JV4 k 11 t t Vi IU 1 I J Ill Philippines under thc new Adminisaicl Lo havc boon Kt0len by Sucho i i n H t i Lrin n t K A n rt r istration and in the new Congress i in its extra session it was learned Senate Majority Leader Watson Thc Michigan Senator took the position that i PetVrs swore nnl a warrant for Lhc Thnmas PREPARE TO DISPOSE OF SCOTT ESTATE Negotiations for the disposal of one inHiv in nn ti ruuh wore oui a wsirrniH ior tne Thn n j iui me cuspasai or one n Suchodolskl on chafes of j Places 1NfArCVCry lo cHeve the matter of i havincr stolen jiJjJL I neeentnnffv nf ho u iiuii n denied anv violation clauses of the acceptance of the revised Hawes bkshmen and statements that Democrat n m nV K leaders had decided to wait fo a M f special session after March 4 bfoe SLS h M aftes passing any revenue measures 1 d Colonies Roosevelt said it was just anorher I Washington report ixxonlri he The Presidentelect attended farewell dinnei Cutting Inriepcn clcnce measure Milton Berry 13 dean of which was passed over President phin pointed instructors at the Cheyncy Training Hoovers veto by thc Senate will be i SurhodolsVM admuii School for Teachers at Cheyney died j nclfi in abeyance suddenly of a heart attnckwhile at Scnat0r KlrnK long a ni Of immediate from both E Hu Co establishments in somewhat with Long debate The of the Glass bill to pcclflcnlly fleet lt niht e ee last night at the maneuvers which are held every three tending the automobile show in Phil adelphia last accompanied faculty of Dr Berry who by several member was arrested by PJI trolman Fred Strumm and taken to the office of Magistrate John Hand i r ifcsscd nnrl nnmccl PC OTHkR WOMAN TO is the men HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Tress YOUTHS POSTPONFfl JWUJJTIO I UiViMJ rp t a spokesman said Ordinarily the school was inspecting an auto e iwcivftitne maneuvers are held in October when he was stricken A phy KUmmoned and upon his pronounced the instructor Dr Berry who war born nt Cono i HEARING OF ACCUSFD wiu be held KUmmoned and his dead v v j j i t i IVVTV i and that he would seek to reopen All three were committed to MIR I the subject m the extra session He county jail In default of bail Suchoi jx vu tit vuLuny jjji in Ul Ijiill y i vjjrvtx jun expects to Introduce his own bill in i dolski was held in the aim of SfjOO I A Sttlimnn former National thc new Congress or substantially on the larceny charge and Peters in CjtV Bonk president whose domestic this bill It is intended to provide the sum of and in inisadvtntures have swirled r Cllftonwynyates in Ardmore have completed by Hirst MacFar ui i lflncl wiLh Irvinf archi whloh he objected is to be amended tecUs and builders The property is states which part of the estate of James Crosby Brown It consists of 192 acres of wooded land intersected by several streams an Elizabethan style resi dence contoinlng 56 rooms 10 baths terraces and gardens It was built by the late William C Scott at a cost of AID STILLMAN YORK Jan AT JEFFERSON PARK I Tadcastcr Balderdash j m4 oiucnn wnu were se Easy Bullet Path C5ceronese i riously jnccuied by two girl students The plans were kept secret as usual The officers of the fleet do I not nature of thc ma Tlie scheduled hearing last night I neuvers or the destination of their of Walter Bntemcn of Taylor Ter ships they leave port But it race near Pulton street and Ray mdVid Ross 26 of Woodrow street near Kerlin street who were se for the past 12 years for prompt independence Senator King has had a messnge r T from Manuel Quescon pnsidenl of SenaL andJn opponent v m of thft measure which has just becn passed This telegram indicatCH Hurt Pln and had been an instructor at the school it u Continued on Pape Twelve by his widow Emily L Berry Funeralservices will bpheld at the J i i ii rllll IllUHil I MM cci spnor QUexon will endeavor to the new Administration and the nf on fharfcs of receiv ing slolen goods MAT OlT riJOCKAM Comrnittrn reports and plans for a program of aetivitirs for fulurc mcet in SPEC1AI FEATURE ILi 711 1Jui1 wju neifi ii inc I i EXTRA SESSION DATE j school Saturday morning with Inter to mil their n r idj ijji j u utrcilUSe OI an al Shady Girl Home Bred Santa lie ed attack in an apartment house Presidentelect Franklin D Roose T T r veit already has determined upon Roma Johnny Shaw Maud on Tuesday evening where they said jcy i they had been enticed by the youths barman Zodc Patricia Clare postponed The case was to have been heard K at the office of Magistrate Honan in thc Second ward who had that the case be heard i ment at Conowinpo SUBWAY STATFON HELD T7p bandits held up Mrs Anna platform pledges and grant im mediate independence BANDITS GET Fill In Lin mast Mix Up Beau Wrack Noon Play George Happy Warrior Fortunate Mann Bill Phillipa Bay Rose Wolverine i his offices 17 East Sixteenth Catalans Idol Thos Patrick Duchess of York Sabinath Gar rick Duelist Campbell Miss Perfection and out of court for many years can count on Marjorie Roche fort to by him in the SJOOOOO aliena tion of affection suit brought by her husband Luc Montreal polltlcian Mrs Rochefort disclosed this to cliV In thewake of revelation thai meeting of the Tri Rochcfort had started action airniml angle Club held inst night in the Y a he banker In Brooklyn infercntially glcal Scminary M OVA building Seventh street and 1 naming Stillman as pirate Edgmont avonur Following the i Rochcforfs con ten Mon revealed in meeting the first and second basket court argument that Stillman stole ball teams of the club played two ihe love of his wife hasnt much Oplrmd Templars in basis according to tlif Montrealcrs Ban ihe gymnnslum Thc Triangle learns wife There any Jove left E H Harrison former faculty member of thc Gushing High School Rangoon Burma will speak at the evening service in the South Chester Baptist Church Third and Jeffrey rMTCts Sunday His topic will be Burma Mr Harrison is at present attending classes at thc Crozcr Theo ANOTHER FALSE ALARM dAtc for a special session of Congress eld up Mrs Anna NFW TWQ wiMv Mir Ophind Templars in basis according to tlif ivrontrealcrs it was reported in congressional cashier at the North Philai J vJiK Jan iho Rymnnslum Tlie Trianplc teams There wasnt nny Jove left to cles today The session held ineviclc station of the Broad street crossed the police deadline to lastonri rf r games und won the she intimated table because the Democratic proi toda and escaped with j day bound and gagged I wo men and othcrTrvin cBupp secretary of I thinkthat myhusbands lawsuit frram can not be passed in the presi he cashier fainted when the a woman in a diamond merchants c y the Y M C i is an outrage declared she I lost cnt lame duck session is expected j Pointed a revolver at her office in lower Broadway and escaped A xvns Prcsrn nt in Lhc i whatever Jove I had for him years aRO j District fire companies responded to a false alarm yesterday after noon shortly before oclock j The alarm was turned in from Box 417 located at Twentysecond and Hyatt when the accused were arraigned be fore him for preliminary hearing yes terday morning in police court The postponement is said to have bem requested by the mother of one of o Friar Little Marcellc Morsun j the girls whose names were notdi Marion Ormont Balthasar Ad rian One Lonr Hop Hard Rock Purlic Bill Scth Chatson Wrench Trek Sun Meddler Estin Florence Dolan Klip Drift Wind Transgression Solus vulged by police The case of John Martin 26 o the 300 block West Third street which was heard yesterday before Mag istrate Honan in his office was held for further hearinpr Martin was Axcnhy Yarrow Chiefs Gypsy arrested on a warrant sworn out bv Chiefs Troubrwlour Clare Bee Mary Bricrdenback who charged j him with assault and battery The i arrest was made Tuesday to be called about April 15 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE NEED Golflcx Curtsey AT mALEAH PARK SPECIAL AUTO Cherokee Meridian Queen LICENSE PLATES 1 Unemployed Insurance was the topic of an excellent address given bv Dr Clare Wilcox head of the Depart ment of Economics at Swarthmore revolver at her office in lower Broadway and rscapcd j broke the window and scooped up the with in loot I change l DIES I EXTENDED j WASHINGTON Jan a chcmistjTho House Judiciary Committee to identified for years with the sugar in day voted to extend benefits of thr jdustry of the country died suddenly bankruptcy law revision bill to at his home in Philadelphia ycstcr levee sewer paving drainage and r ay rigation districts DishonestDollars Mills Description of Inflation f uin j iiv T t A iidv1 I tilll y I il S capacity of aniinofnclal adviser of Our life was just after the proup another Mr Stillman can count on me if he needs rnc to roll rhc truth in this Top lies of T5 Ann Harding goes through the Rose And the sory I will tell wont i Valley woods every day for a tramp and Marshall McgiU is digging out his oldest clothes in order to qualify be of any help to Luc Rochcfort Rochefort iwlco a candidate for Mayor of the Canadian city charged the G2yeiroId millionaire carried on a romance with Mrs Rochefort which bCRitn in a Lonp Island City apart ment and moved to Cuba Malcolm Sumner attorney for Siill rroprictor of Glcnoldcn Store Sees Bandits Rifle Cash Register i nnrf Twn i nnfl lhnt tnp Montreal politician AU umjui Hmaiu Mtc laM night knew of and cncourntjecl the relation held up Karl Werner proprietor of a hip between his wife and Stillman man n libel action broiiRht by Rochefort against Ihe banker de clnrcci the alienation action was basc The flu epidemic is spreading in j England Jt could be worse Sup pose they had prohibition and could pet no medicine General Butler thinks that some Protractor Bitty Bit ShiMy Shaliy Wise Ways Prince Drake Speedy of lhcr held at the Womens Ckib jAscription of an Inflationary process Announcement was made today at j Media j would be brought about by the as a ast act nf desperation rc u the DenartrnpnT nf It is a new thing in the United lmsecured money i sorting to the debasement of their their gftawv The secretary went on record currency But for a great powerful Harrisburg by Skippy j najjwiuiug ny une Department of i a new thing in the United paper money to me debasement of their Billy Champ Partisan i Bureau of Motor Vehicles States he said but is not new in i f secretary went on record currency But for a great oowerful Plutarch Scot Free Solace i a o residing in the I other parts of the world Fifteen j fgainst starting the printing presses i nation probably the mtion Sponsre Hich Jack Vrmnshr Srte to whom Jiccnse plates were countries in Europe have it and some 5to the volume of currency in economically not only Judpre Schilling assigned bearing a single letter date back for a great number of circulation at the time a measure today but thai has AmonR the number were Anna M years Eight of these countries have was fhc House of Represent world that oven inVi j Hackctt Upper Darby AH David H j a compulsory unemployed insuranc r u in A i i Fleet Clifton Heights DH Daniel J i while the other seven have a volun Murphy Merion station DJ B V tary unemployed insurance i Jordan Kaverford DY Miss Ethel i Fortynine millions of workers rJrug store nt Logan avenue nnd Ches ter pike Glenoldcn and after scoop ing th contents from a rash register amountint to more than made who war alone in thestore in the world prpnrinK o the night pxisVJrJ in t hr hc tWO Jouths Whnn existed in tie hc from thr prescription de located in thc rear of M11 store Werner was startled to sec each by Rochefort against Ihe banker dol day JaPan Wl11 ffet the Philippine Is llnds If they keep on pushing they should soon have half the world i New Jersey police to war on Pcnn sylvania truck drivers reads a head line Since when did they stop war ring on all Pennsylvania motorists Some congressmen talk nothing but beer and others nothing but wine Ir seems that mixed drinks arc even popular in Washington not be pun io AT AGUA CALIEXTE viiv ivi i JVHIT 1 Jitnt Cliche cuunurifrs nave i wurio tnat evrn 1 Hackctt Upper Darby AH David H a compulsory unemployed insurance i allvc Provide thc immediate i depression has n Fleet Chfton Heights DH Daniel J i while the other seven have a voluni Payment m treasury notes of the upon its reserves nnd rr i face value of the bonus certificates sources del ibVratclv To adorn thi rovolvcj Since that time Mills not insidious and1 essential v i f At thJir commfin1 changed his oninlon in Vinonest forced to return to thn IJrrTKRS ARE GKANTCD Letters of Administration have been at Media to Mary A Gallagher of 212 Wadas avenue Upper Darby o adminiurr the SG300 estate of her father James who died on December 10 Other survivors are Mrs Elizabeth GnllaRher the widow one son nnd three other daughters COAL OPERATOR DFAD man was arrested detectives Only the opposite sex can expect to cet away anything like that ovijci jiuniuus 01 workers i r msiuious and essentially dir Peters Butler Newtown Square SB Ure covered outside the United hJ5 opinion In view of device would tomv mind Million Tr Trxr i V n i t i i rnnriil Vio J uuer square EB i are covered outside the United States JS opinion in view of device we n Bullon Jr Polcroft EY j he continued of which 46 millions conditions he is even more 1 than an a 3 McCarthy Upper Darby are covered by compulsory unem determinedly in opposition to in It would m M BroomalL 4th Tinner i jn hf aton type i J Warren lllly jE jj AAUi Oeal Uee Spider Hey Flirt i GM John M Broomall 4th Upper ployed insurance There an Don FlOC rjf T Miss Timidity Katie L Sun K L Darby JB Katherine Keen KL T W Trainer Jr Chiminjr Bells Red Currant1 Chester KU Raymond J Lumillion i Swarthmore RZ E L Chapman ruptcy i j t aitj 4ii United States approximately 250000 Ootammg money for any govern Mills declared if thrre is one workers cared for by the voluntary i mental purpose not by raising thc j in economic history on which insurance j not by draw agreed it is thc cxtrm dim bank while the walled behind the bccn Jlvillg lhc counter and cmpUrd th caS drawer rT months Ko was a director of e Ksaon After the youth ihr Company Sdwird r Coleman 65 vice prcs Strange as it seems aU the pro idcnt uf the First National Bank of 1 PaKanrta written so far about tech Beauty Bud Elder MtJ Prexel Hin US Annie Kershaw j terest in Tliere has been an increased In son Bryn KILLED UNDER TRATX WILMINGTON Del Jan t i iFj Vp cr i vj T jj i iiic uiitiii j CJiu oitUHrlun i jji Lassci The Lone Trail Mary YG Lsrael Harrij in recent years In Wisconsin in Jan tnpprinting presses to work i bade mede Bcipc son Bryn Mawr YH uary i Rosr Society Talk Sil ver Bond Montanaro Chehalis Miss Cheyenne t act of financial bant constitute moral counter and emptied the cash had obtained HimfMirv rr nc called 0 his companion an innationary pS o COmC Of kind short of such complete nocracy has been written by hand T Ray Florclle Cordon Heather Altavar Weather cloudy track Dark Mich was decapitated today when he toppled between two freights cars there was adoptedthe first dishonest dollars he de worthless papcr i scribed as disastrous Continued on Last as reduce thc curVnry FIRST CAIilNflT MKKTTNC DKri L Upon leaving the they en Jan If Q tered an automobile which they had Cabinet of 1933 at which Irrft parked at thrcurb and escaped Manchuria war debts and numerous i coltlcr Friday WASHINGTON Jan Forecast for tonigrht and Friday Eastern Pennsylvania Generally first i fnr and Friday slightly i colcl n north portion to FAVORS DRY LAW REPEAL INDIANAPOLIS Jan a vote of 73 to 13 the Indiana House of Representatives i Mills noinfrrl rmt tVifvn if i ovci jnu i Yni ui uirv iiju ikuniuruust It has been resorted to time and rency shortae in thrUnitrd St i f ran fo Jhc the store I Domestic problems were discussed was I Western Pennsylvania Generally rain and I know of no instance i Jlt I ul in sec Lhf machine turn west i held today Sir John Simon foreign air and much colder tonight ami M f J Kl again and I know of no instance j He admitted vhcre it has failed to bring credit ribution and disaster Mills said is no reason I can conceive to justify the government cf the j to meet all of our that there has been ut added that Garden avenue about and M i Ui rtiU Fair j Authorities said the man w was stealing a ride on the train and eenth Amendment The i lost his footing j now goes to the Senate I integrity of the United States forcing out fiat currency d this Pe is f crcdit to i the gang that has a block secretary came by airplane from Geneva for thc meeting LUMBERMEN Financial and industrial problems aftecting the millwork manufactur ing plants of ths country formed the j topics of discussion today at the 4Isfc during the past i convention of the Pcnnsyl of months i Lumbermenr Asocial ion j Friday j Fair tontpht anrtFri day roldcr Friday It is i members of a series TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 n m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a nv 43 11 a m 44 Noon 44 1 p m 48 2 p m 52 54 52 51 49   

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