Chester Times, January 21, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania PASLY AVERAGE .NKI PAID ( IRCI'LATIC)N I OR SIN MUN I HS EN PING >! IM IMMER 20,108 •"TTH VK AR—NO. 17,106. Dull? I **s<*d Wire Renor‘* cf T’nltcrt Pre*? (IT nod International News Service (INS) CH KST KR. PA.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 10.°,: FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day BRITAIN IS TOU) hero of rescue IL S, WILL REOPEN WAR DEBTS ISSUE Nations to Revise Downward Four-and-a-half Billion Obligation * allows Hoover-Roose\ cit Uarle\ : Latter at Muscle Shoals Toe!av WASHINGTON, Jan Washington and Londo haring today to revise Great Britain’s $4 500,000,000 war ;icbt to the United States. Secretarv of State Stimson called -sr Ronald Lindsay, British amba; a-i>r. to the Stat^ Department last light and gave him the eagerly » va Ped news that the United States could be ready to discuss debt rebid ion shortly after March 4, The British were invited to send i commission to Washington to carry in the negotiations. Stimson? assurance was based on FALSE REPRESENTATION JUST A VISIT TO HIS FUTURE HOME Man' int firs and complaint: Times ofncc concerning the act iv it! Chester volunteer firemen, who ai evening newspaper from door to d< It has been authoritatively lei eelvmI a ng crew purim mi urn; tho SC Vat a ins each he ( ta ha}* anted i seholder adelphic a Chillo I rn pan y a y , seek if. g ted that t iter hie co cen i ei civ for t he Ch d hr Tim I'he I Iphia n* a ding. ti re put ai purpm pu re ha sr any srrlir ’hiladelph of I hr’ if a Opa or that new sun NOT Chi ( ipl,im J.ill’s C, Stedman, rom manlier of the %meriran steamship American Merchant. who directed JAH, BREAKERS (IAMBI IMI TRIO RIVEN MORE TIME FREE!) FRO! JAIL Hoovoi - and Pre?iden t -elf Tided that the Hoov< cr a an sho uld prepare f< is* tons so thai they rn pf Iv White after Mr Ro# House. an agreement rn House conform President Roosevelt They di ministrati debt disc begin prni Bv this arrangement save six weeks or so have to br devoted ti if nothing were done b While the British bring formed. .Stimson of the Treasury Mills w v elf prepare for the ne state department 1 archives containing t the debts will be opec Whit i the tom ne of v: members of the r row 2 Urisoners Who Escapccl “Suckers for Doing Ben* of the British freighter I \etrr Cite,    '    t    I'l    *' I rum Broad meadows anre for Someone hist*, Prison Rc-scntcnccd •ightr which foundered in mid - Atlantic. Ihe captain of the sunken freighter and three members of his crew were drowned while the American Merchant was trying to get a line aboard the disabled craft. PRICK, TWO CENTS TWO NEGRO CHILDREN FOSE LIVES IN FLAMES Frapped in Bedroom When Fire Destroys Rear Part of Their Home Arson Suspect Held by Police After Running Prom Scene Court Tells I beni jpe J P Man IP R ‘LESSON LEARNED’ DECLARES SYKES former ('unstable Tearfully Pleads to (he < ourt for His Release Two men w| Broadmeadows serve their fu! additional tem lf* w; Farm Iked away from inst August must mu I et nu f one to plus Rf WU Alb at Media ves- Harris. Negro. ad Car! Ricco. riownr, pleaded and were .*■»n-! Du! ton M ic - warden of the I that the men Continued on I ast Page TRAINER BOM IN. 94. PASSES A IV AV Mary (J. Bishop, Widow of Minister, Dies in Room U here She Was Born Mr*. Mary Gamble Bishop, a lifelong ’evident of Trainer, died yesterday afternoon, at 2.45 o'clock. in her home on the Post road. her demise being due to the infirm ties of old acc She was in her 94th year. Mrs. Bishop who was the daughter of the late Peter and Mary Gamble, pioneer resident* of the southern .section of the county, died sn the .same room in which she was born. She was the widow of Ria C. W W. Bishop, who served the concio, a-lion of the Marcus Hook Bapti'! Church, when services wen held in Ute old church building located on Market street, between Second and fhird streets, Marcus Hook, for a pound of 25 years VI* died about eight Nears ago. Mr Bishop who since her rhfTri* hood wa? a rf ive I a intern ted in affairs connected with Hie Baptist church, was a member of the Fait Baptist Church of Chrucr at the tune of her dud Ii She was not only the oldest resident of Trainer, hut the only surviving member of the Gamble family. which was well known and socially prominent for many year Three nieces. Miss Mary Pennell. who resided with her and Miss Ells Gamble and Miss ‘Anna Gamble i f Bridgewater, and one nephew John I Gamble, of this city, are her only sus- rrecked Harvey Albert m Mi before Ju ' yesterday, and wh cl with robs, htera strange contrast d “rock ” com t ai marred two vet MacDade entenc venrs in the conv, si cd that hr “h 'On ’ and d o ant' d up bv iller in robbing timed to nut hon - leniency. “I lee! MacDade his conn.se of ll or you, Uh tear nu felt. ;ed for Judge Urea rn -iu now people I will onvine cd i chan*-* u wasted tip 'Sling md 4 h" were foe d to God the st trtb i fin gi h«* pr or sleep ann of the prison Funeral sen late heme ne with interment burial plot in terv. ’‘iii be held at her t Monday afternoon in the Gamble family Chester Rural cemr- I HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt United Pres-) You si aid. fo a man or vour despicable charade could appeal to.” the Judge said. Sn kes, 53 ve ’fS of age, sud w eigh ing 137 pounds said that he wa ruined in health longer, might die me a break in pel told of the conf! formed in the p said he could no was under the < physician. After hearing the testimony. Judge MacDade told John De Haven Whit" attorney for Sykes, to prepare a sun-plemental petition, .citing forth ii detail more facts about the i i Judge MacDade w anted to know u h t Skye* could do about paving th** ■ S3 DOO fine imposed upon him and I raid, that if a parole should ever b* granted, th pm oner w ould have to tav out of r nns> Iv min for the remainder of hr hf" SEIZED ('OMTR \r« * VI) RETURNED T() (DVM*’1? All liquor seized in raids bv county detectives does not go down the drains of the Media courthouse, nor it wa? arna terdav James s of Radnor f alias Reynolds, oi guilty to breakin fenced bv Judge Dade, Samuel F. TU! county prison, te walked away on they were af v farm The coup Pennsylvania r, Che.sfer county, i a freight car, at Media bv the Civ t irs. Harris was sentenced for liquor law violations last June 21 to a term of six months to three years. Riceo was .sentenced for burglary on March 22 last to a term of two and one.half to five years, Now Harris must se ive his full time of three rears and Riceo hie years before beginning the new sentence of one to two years for jail-breaking. The men had no counsel Assistant Distrirf Attorney Louis A Bloom lop resented the commonwealth “CUSSED” BREATHER, DIVORCED BA w ll I GR FI NSBURG Pa Jan 21 If a man swears at the preacher when 'h* minister rome* to call that -ground for diNorce, Af least that was one of Hie indignities rstfd bv Mrs Clyde M Fearm Sd." also charged her husband with hreatening her with a razor. I,OI S I KIER MI NTINr. ‘ You are suckers for for someone rise Judi ton Mal Dade eommen when Bern tie! Friedkt Nixon and John Ti aul he ?s of a Chest* r ga wi t ks in the county J • '■ ung penance Albert Duf - President elect franklin D Koosrxell is pictured in a <5 lute ll hum* car, saluting a crowd, as lie entered the ll bite Mouse grounds for his second conference with Prc-ident Homer t he President and President-elect conferred for an hour and a half, after which it was announced that Hie war licht discussion between the I lilted slates and England would proceed without delac Ut Robert Mon ..son, John Connolly and Lee A they were sentenced to sei\< two months each. and lined $300 and costs bv Judge Fronefield. following rn .th last while meir convict ton on N on the piison    expired on Jinn Fronefield refused t until the fine and co On Monday. Mort Connellv were rev as* 4 The y 4 but Judl release the were paid. ti. Athcv ai when a gone rested in the JAPS WARN ( HINA TO (H IT JEUDI, I ch id a Sins Policy in Manchuria Will Not Be ( handed TOK IO. hearted individual, in welfare, paid the mo frantic scurrying thrc money could not Ire the release of the nth Yesterday, F It Mel atighlm resenting Friedkin, Nixon and , asked the court lo release the under a $.3000 *ond, which ——- toda -scent .la pa P Chins w se government leliol Province inflict between armlets, which Weeks Opposes Pi ne hot Plan on Township Roads IBURG!!. *J( ton Weeks, pres •Mean Mot alist s' av was on record biv opposed to ( ll «IN A.".is I bi til I ,111 OUI itll! before ti rep- Foreign I i nub. Japan c< men military meed apprehen P the fines and within six mont would Ile tit Man Jap ntv a pa 11 pour « DI (’him We. d to SERVEY REVEALS WELFARE NEEDS Increase in Hie Number of School Pupils' Families K< 41111 i inu V id nu d b md n em pit of In tile ihora of of this lent, as mpleted where als co ne Far F la tm ( ontinued on l ast Page MOI,K ISI.INO I.ION CONSCIOt d ’I’*ti* D dan ma ins! ay oi pr Count lithic Japanese policy not be changed, despite intel efforts to end the Japanese dispute. DOREN A, Residents c Mug isslppi lion conscu Two hun) late vest crc Roamed flu farmers gua Count Dc ere come f Ma ne ho mm have d Chit rating < un and la Hon L’hine -r troo] horde 'some i I ire their pig M lese |a ie Orc mitten e of f Jell oops SEMI POUITICAI. GROUP is formed (Din ini Hee of One Hundred Formed by Younger Men of I he* (Dun! a Th' it the D< if One Hu Wa! Wri com pc I re TARIS, Jan. 21    1    UP)    —Former King Alfonso XIII of Spain and th* Duke of Miranda left on the Rome brr indrv lie rxPrr*rs todav for Naples, where they plan to embark on a boat for Co ra Hied forth wi kitty, kitty,” rn He carried 12 p fast. tmh n-part I? rn of a d tin *mi-*d i ired, ta fl ip < d county ning by n Pf qui ( ontinued on l4i«t Page « WEEKLY WI ATHER I ORE* AST lombo. Ceylon, on a tiger-hunting expedition. WASHINGTON, Jan 21 (INS)-Weekly weather oil'look ending Jan MU S DIVORCE SI IT    Middle    Ai    .    ii    PT.    J' beg.lining of week and a am Wedne, RENO Nev . Jan 21 'INS) Hi- day or Thur day; otherwise generally voice uhs on file here today in- fair weather; temp#iratitre? mu'h eluded    above normal at beginning, someunu. Wesley W Price v« Anna Price, of lower but still consider a Im abo.e Philadelphia, married New York City. normal middle ol^ week 1928; cruelty,    colder Friday or Sf FN I HENCK KAI KINO: Y OI T MS KKI,KASKI) hit tv of the founder * pre,sent at a dinner mee* or the purpose of adopting ut ion and bv-lawa and elerti at the Y. W. C, A , Ch ti. a i strei row en th' of Ta . and J reel. md nu u rd a ; Media    Chemical Claims in veil I ion Priori I ll t uden B en of When the hearing of Walter Bate-[>trace, near Fulton loud Ross, of Woori-Kerlin street, Bement bv two girl Es re School, WBD tor hearing before Alderman I Honan a? his offices on East th street, yesterday, the rase jpped and the youths released, nan and Ross, who had a pre-n nary heating ’I ic dsv and were held without bail. had been ordered to appear on the dav of their arrest, but the parents of one of th girls bringing the charges had a*ke —---------------——*■■• that the hearing be delayed. When The Rohrbarh revolving wing air- about seven Inches Iou* connected the ca    md- soldered alttminum w'as no evidence presenter! ann nini- secotid Wright, ‘ treason i The pu One H rn dent, coil wing officers, i I* residents, v ’h president P Oliver M M •Mf; Jo ph H rr» president retary. and Et member mg. hell i eon,st! th of ot ester, ot if whoti electee tin dor Ie, firs ate ha rd Cherte Alba li on d J a nu lint rv>e of the Comm *d, outlined by th ta of tnfiirming it tiers and other interested ell the county of the aortal, \ civie and cconoml problems in which t , etal, polit let I of taking ( prest mem ens o Utica I mn n th* no matter hr programa and pride or o'ii* r have a Anan the totals were >•    '‘t’.y    afer    their parents Imrl put them to bed last night, two Negro children, one a mere infant, were roasted to death when fire, believed to be of incendiary origin, broke out, and gutted the interior of the house. The little victims were Ernest Ward, Jr., 28 months old. and his Ave-month-old brother Ronald, of L3 Pancoast street. Both children - y dead when reached bv Aremen, who risked their lives in attempts to iexue the babies before the flames reached their bedroom. One Bison suspect was arrested shortly atter the Are started. He is slated at police headquarters as John Negro, a boarder in the *>ard home. He was arrested by State Detective James Mel!, after tho • I ter learned that Stewart was seen tunning away from the burning i uc tit re shortly before the names sere discovered. The suspect is being held incommunicado at police headquarters pending questioning by county detectives today. The parents of the children. Mr. and Mi s. Ernest Ward, decided to Visit the home of a neighbor after the tots were asleep. 'Die doors of the home were unlocked, as they only intended to remain but n short time. A few minutes after 9 oclock, a man said to be “Sunny” Johnson, noticed the glow of names In the mf tn the house, He ran towards the Are and here he is supposed to have met Stewart. Johnson asked Stewart to (‘company him into tile burning nurture to rescue the children, but Itewart ran away and disapjiearrd, and principals co-I later being found hiding in a ga-Dr, David A, W'ard, rage two blocks away. In preparing the j Others who heard Johnson s be forwarded to wet- screams ran and turned in an alarm rn to tie over the electrical system from Box glues in 21, Second and Fulton streets, almost ms. The j two squares away from the Are, The is bern made for the Franklin, Hanley, Good Will and •n !l,‘ 1 “ ‘ho*>is Moyatnrnsing companies responded us year by Governor , and while seeking the Are in the lo-‘ cality from where the alarm was ars of the turned in, the names gained conoid-J on Duce points. 1 era hie headway. or wage earners When the Aremen reached the ai a gainful oc-' scene flames were shooting from all coted the second-story windows and escape I he bv way of the stairway was rut oft C' t’huf Alex Chilli'nm tan in the horn# "v, i'.M2, when he learned the two children thus yar, were trapped, but a wall of flame met him at the head of the stairs and i “d In tin* drove him bark. Eneas Carr, of the t ’ numb*-! of those Franklin Fire Company, sustained it- rn, who at burns of Hie neck when he vainly e i e;o ti ot (tie mu - attempted to enter the bedroom. *    »Mipiov eft cm per part where the faint cries of the slowly <•> ' mc lot a I? for the sec-j dying children could he heard laaV    ,2* ^' mb'r i'Hi. 2355;    a    large crowd gathered and ser- i in    , ( to.    and January of    rrnl    women fainted when    Aremen n' vein ic,.;*; which was a weie eventual!** able to enter the room 'na over the pleading only to And the charred remains of j the brot hora in tlieir cribs It is be-cering 'hr Ann! quc-.tion the ]irvcd the children were partly suf-were a; Red to give their con- located bv smoke before Hie flames opinion of the number of ignited their bedclothes and burned then cia* i who air in them to death Doctors were on the >me kind of aid such as food scene to render whatever aid pos-" he v n t oms ibl- but both children were beyond society, Olga m/at ion oi medical aid when reached Ha    int'; morph ta come.    lire mother of the children    fainted total? did    not differ much    and    later became hysterical    as did first !wo years, but showed'their grandmother, Mr*. Elizabeth nm ase this vent*. It is be- Stewart, who stood with the crowd • .'-I that tins la't'r item while the firemen fought the flames, r be * lose J* ascertained by Both bodies wats removed to the room survey, as there are [ morgue of Deputy Coroner White, at ills who would never divulge Third nnd Norris streets, r how* serious, either ft nm warded x in Harnsbuu state-wide •f appropri* the ti id tau in • human interest, and RDA n on such problems nary re a* 'IV, I. It) this item eptember, 1931, HOI, and Jan- I opicsof I i ivies I ontinued on I.ast Page RAIN PREDICTED I^ v, ■; plane in Berlin is not new to Willing at each end with a -    _    ..    .    ..    „    -,rr rn hospitals For once probably for BaVArfl FoulkP of Mrr1ia ard virr link rotL thr ttho> thing revolving cations w, e r at e ^aigrs c e the flrst time ;n the county's history    th*    n*!aa!1r«    .mtmri atumu im shaft enraged aimed against the ouths almost rn AT IEM ER SON PARK I—Gold Ridge, ..mineral. Balance MI, Crowned Head. Jeanne Wadis, Id Ree*-*, e u.vt* Bond, Deemster, Irfaneh, Had Rock. ‘ — Bullet Path. .Micara. I Is f)n ( rd.’ n *ii« * Oat Pat Polls i    It Fire, Tangaln. Thistle Tun. lira-dele. —fiarnivh, Be-rn Ie, la'simile, \fr*> American Tew*rnrlda. Trymhel. Temp? I) Amour, Mega, Mr I ink! /ran. I — Herb A'-hbv, 4 (lief 4,\p?\. .loan 1 Bavelle    I ron1    Olanta,    I lace Porter, Mrfionigle, Don ( ae?ar. 3—Black Sqcaw Lei, Ct—Very Well, Altmark. 7 —Mon'! Touch, Last Attempt, Latta**. ***rth’s Ballot, Red A est. .la' k Murphy, Bobby Powers, Bosky, Confidential, Strong heart. t'—Nprig. Beauty Bride, Bunting Lad. Cornin Judv, Transgression, Duelist, Santerno, Broad Axe. Blue Damsel. Nista. 0— (Declared Off J Weather, cloudy; Ira'k, fad. AT HAVANA 1—Acfotlnk, Decorous, Arrogant, East Life, I v< a\ation. surely. ?—Wotta Life,    Ruth    Mari",    Just.i Princess, Vbdurtion, Loyola, ( Irm-mie. —Opossum. Miss Hutcheson. Authority.    lea    Topic,    Whang    Doo dle, Air AA ise. '—High l ife, Smiling Moon. Egad. — None i. —Princess Airsinia. Mam Inks, Diav Prinre Mexican, W hisking, 4.\psic 4 hief. *—Sandals,    Fair    Jean.    Home    shore. singing    Kid.    Jar    King,    Indian AA itrh, M,ather—4 lear. Track—fast. AT HI AU AM P ARK I—None. I—Pollv A’., Sun Vestal. Be Off, Pa trice Runyon. High (dee, 2,— None, I—None. .V -None. f— Potent*! if, * —— \ ^ n p, Wr?‘h"r. clear, tra k, fa t. under the Eighteenth Amendment— it is going back to its owner. I Yesterday. Judge W. Roger Fron -Held signed an order to return to James G Fra cr. I Janerch drU3?i* t, nearly Ave p. a lions of alcohol and 22 pints of v ;i sky >' i/ d In a raid lad October Era-fr was acquitted of the ch r ;c of •ellinr liquor HDgailv and, as the s aff v vs Dgally in his pos e -ion. obtained on a permit from th" Federal Prohibit.on authorities, he gets it bark. Ass. tent nu-ct Attorney AA B M cdr nee ban. Jr . prar.cn ed th° petition, along with another petition o have the sherif! destroy liquor involved in rn "s cli:posed of during the recent term of criminal court. ’ nem president of the I>iaware Chemical around an a!un. : im Fngineering Company, of Wilming- in an aluminum ton. Del. Mr. Foulke has revealed he ha bern working since 1920 on the per feciion of a revolving wing air^ an antedating the Rohr br. ch model ii Berlin. Francis I duPoni is president o the companv and several other mem n - ber* of the duPont family are said t th" be interested in the company. he Mr. Foulke said he b'-gan formuiet mg his idea in 1920 and since ther a*n has marie scores of models of th' fh" plane He displayed a small working mod" of hrs invention which was put to. gcth"r about four years ago It consists of four balsam wood paddle.* guesswork on the part of the nr-* You can see how the thing work*," curers Miss Clara Gladwin, of tin it in front of an House of Detention, was present lot paddle* began the hearing, but the charges were withdrawn and the case (Implied. ( OI VI I DETEC 11\ ES MAKE THREE RAIDS FOR THE \\ EE KE NI) he added, holding electric fan. Th whirling around Then wail n tv. * at. one end of th* -haft casing the p*ddies reversed cs, showing the movement follow when the wing is at-o an airplane and the pilot * craft to move backward choir thing is perfectly sim-atd "Wa hop** st will work.” rather amu "d. lie added. thought mm" of the mvcn->r have when they believe r- ' inc feat he padri!* a I unturned on l ast Page Det» inn tne BOMB N I IR T pie HAVANA exploded I principal dr of Ernesto find ca pl ta I is « .‘I HAVANA ll 'UP' A bom I in front of th# and headquarter.* druggist, real tm igafried as tIn * Tri id h [electives, assisted bv Blah James Mel!, raided tine (able Fun cut s. yesterday ( evidence in all of th' * alleged proprietors wee mg* by Alderman M. F1 she Ninth ward. ompkinv, of the 1200 blo* I Linwood, was held un it i warm Penn and I follow The I AMERICAN LINER IN DRAMATIC BATTLE SAVES CREW OF SINKING FREIGHTER rn mmJD. -VA 4.(A * 22 SAVKO FROM WRECK AT SHA American Mrrchanf Savp-T’jdnp Almost Doomed on I rt*ii{liter Kb'*rf Cl agrase, of Ridge road, Un nod, wa* held in iiooo ball for (our hen the officers testified aa to th* adance seized in hr c tai bushment Jo?'jib FOlc and George Bnughan ! 4(g) block (’he hf pike, w '-; * irh held in $10(Ki ball for court, or large? of oiling and possessing in-xleating liquors. I S. I KEASER A' BALANCE WASHING U UN J an. 2 ing cloudiness and sligFitlv s the prediction in Eastern iota, New Jersey, Delaware zland Occasional rain will is afternoon or tonight and (lies.) temperature here yeses 58, at 12 0! a. in, and the ta 40. at. 9 40 si, ut. The if 52 was ) wen tv degrees * average January 20 last ximuin tempera tare for thr 0, established in 1913, and limum A. 1875. Sunrise f#Klav was i I unset will he at 5 n Standard time It! I I RNN JO III a pre 11 e Co led to 7 18 a I p. rn , F OFF ll E Ut urea tn oms re* armary 39 in, 2! .fur* net. Fulfiller for ./anil 40 8(ii 'ISIK 15 Expendi were $6 548.383 Cu or the month througi ' $11,716,454 24 his of: tile cit t At -ber of o has *e la^f :h Mf. Delaware Con nig Bogs Join “    Bachelo    Club I; \U/., WRES? mm' ■’con rn tic r bi a reprimand is found un- c-r- r' r • I > th* res-ne ,,f tn» British freighter. Exeter City, went the American Merchant above . when the Int * ,    -    ^ i    h* wa? n d« 'r*s? after h*ing lashed b' an Atlantic storm Four members of * h* > x- r—-v. nc’uchn- ( ipt.i p I D Like. vt- killed and th* Amer ran .Merrhant shot life bn* aero * the •nk rg    in    s*jrre-?ful    attempts    to    save    lives    of    the    other    members    of    the    freighter    s    crew NEW YORK Jan. 21    'UP>—The S 8 Ameru at) .Mc {chant labored througit mountainous seas today with 22 shipwrecked Firitnh sailors from the freighter Exeter City, saved bv the gallantry and laarnaiikhip of her master and clew Lour men were lost. It was a new page* in the book of heroic re scues at sen 'Hie scene wa the North At Jan* ic, 1 575 miles east, of New York A gale piled up sca ns high ns ofTire buildings and marine officials ho re cotjld sen little possibility of re*cie Still Captain Giles C. Stedman, of the American Merchant, maneuvered hi* heavy liner around the freighter until the 22 seamen were taken off. The American Merchant was 15 miles away from the Exeter City when it picked up the latter s SOS m8 It took three hours for the short run. Then a titanic battle of man against sea began Messages from the* Merchant s radio told anxious watchers ashore of jointly rent the building in winch Ave cr Hie almost impossible difficulties that    they live and.    through a    -sessnuids    track team three    in basketball, anc were being overcome.    l^ied by their    dcced offlcu:. meet    one in vat,,it The first message announced that the current opeiattng exp<‘nses con- Hie Delaware* county ooys are C»f,>fnn r D f .egg of the Ky.e’er    ;.eet cd w,;h ’ lr g# I    :    i. . - -    lf- id I a*. • Pal.    Hee,    John Gray. Cir v and three of her crew. had been    wont is apport ion d among    the r-.« rn-    Richard Gray    Frank    Lawrence, x -.-ned ever 'n' ri and >• liefore Firr* ar d a dad u*    re.*'5’ of    H -.'.ti, 't:<th-'el Paulson, Rob- the hall? ber. kuchen and lobbies cc Keating. Charles Robinson and ( ontinued on Last rage by an officer elected fo: that purpo < ll *ui Strain. t hey Bach the v Delaware county boys Wheaton College, and ar#- making good auge as it may seem, I become bachelors. ever*.* sense of of them do other outside work to help Although the electoral college hasn t yet told him F D Roosevelt must have a hunch that he wan elected president last fall. They had to tear out a wall at the Scott Paper Company to get a 56-ton machine into the building But officials there say they don t mind \ little thing likn that. There has been no heat In the West End Free Library for a few da va And 'hot” reading material isn t to be found In the building. After 40 years an Es.-sington nun divorced his wife because she treated him cruelly After that long you'd think he d be used Lo it. rn t* ids a Tunes headline. And adda rom Reai don. a number of em get their rues during a year. A specialist comes out with a 'airment that school children do not need an annual vacation. We dare him say their mothers don't. And another claims that the ha?-!e;ss fad promotes mental disorders. Why say it promotes em. Isn’t it one of ’em? We don't know whether it’s th* mw little gn'ii houses erected in Washington that is attracting tho squirrels to the Whit#* House ground! oi the fact that there is so much food around while congress is in session. Robins, bluebirds and snakes hat • appeared in Maryland during Hie past week. And in the district ad-iotning that state lame ducks and braying wild Jackasses have bern numerous for quite a spell. Breweries are springing up all over the country, but even with beer Ic cal-A (-i;e n ighf f-peel, this program l/r<1 they will have little effect on rq lire. a considerable portion of the the millions of small distilleries. Bachelor's tune in addition, moat a or in a lino.' Ord Th; v do them own wa* ii- defray expense , but in spite of this coning cooking and make their the club i well repr> a nted in the ac-own bcd The'-e bachelors form one tivitles o' the school, claiming from I lie Weather J t; a ii.o- f    ;■    ut    iou-    b    j'    nj,    -    >,i    i.pof    18 'ii** captains of , '* 'nHI.nii I OX, Jan. 21 ll Pi — I....' OI;    -    .    m.    <nd en- untie *    '«r    h.n.6ht and .sunday: I :    I.    (    ti    ll,    un    -    -    i    .    f».    ball players Eastern Pen nay I vama, Western Penn- play s-country men. four on th# basket ba I debate. The Delaware county boy; Sylvania and New Jersey; 4 loudy and warmer, nrobabFy occasional rain tonight and Mitida>. 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