Chester Times, January 24, 1933

Chester Times

January 24, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 24, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania EASLY average >. YA I* \ I I) ( I RUT ATKIN i OK SIN 'JON I HS KS HING SI III NI BKR 20,1 OS FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.498. Daily leased Wirt Report* of Lr. rd f’rtt* * V! and ti.’ernatlonal Newt Servlet IN?1 CHEST Kit, PA.. TUESDAY, JANUARY LM, ITT, PRICE, TWO CENTS DELINQUENT TAX COLLECTION PLAN DISCUSSED Definite Action Deferred by School Directors at Session Fa't Ni^bt Mew I ier Charges Several ( its Employes, Offifiafe, Are in Arrears A REEL ANGEL . st a I ai kin P I rn;!) on Oaf rmpiove ( period from I Hi< i.iI, w ho < ’ e. five-year pi*rn (TPS $1 626 for I her city rmplo 139 and $ *39 Th'* question uling to t o» civ * roached bv Hi 144 OO pi opp K 'I t hi" ; e (lr HIPP* ll $998 6 ; rum' IN finn and W< ti rho" Panconst . Pro f liens, $1 230.75 nilertor, A 1199 (.1 P A 4 , _ $oR5 1 5 of 1031 ii ! ar.,I* that wcrk-d on tin ii-u Mi Turner .said that    the    foilur*-    of    the enumerators to p;    ope;    ly    J. a    Ute    'tic names of ail pre#    »ns    eh    ib>    to    pa*, the tax VV as th**    I C    n    f Iv*    nam' were m ins int' horn I Hp li>t> The question a6; to ti- proper met hod to adopt for the pollrction of slip delinquent taxi? no laid over to Hie next nv et mu of th* board Bill? ordered paid a v- ere Story Coal and Cr Cheater Hardware < Supply Co $72 93; A Co, $28487; i,*ar $83130, Malar hi S. ihonotary, for filing ol Dr S. P C»rav lax c< Cf roue K Walsh. C American Heal int: Cr William H Gibbon note Place, wa? elerte firw D. W. Jeflferi* ad lase. The a hmm! assoria Hush school was grad to use the Hish sc ho ev mines a week vvhih their annual p’av a auditorium tile mali? tation. The controversy <>! I”, e a th J school Iv a < of directoi- of t he VV < was settled I*the ac Foster, who ordt red . ; hvered to tlie bulletin! lion of payment is d* The ‘battle' befw hoards was instigated fuel ;n the library bud and Jeffrey streets, w houses two classes fir Hor ace Marin school, J Mf rev Streets 1111,1, TO REORGANIZE N ATION'S U A 11,KOA US WASHINGTON. •’ .1 JI 'N-Reorganization of many of th" nation's railroads was predicted today as Hie House Judiciary (’on mine. formally reported the M K^own - Basilard la bankruptcy bill to the Hon:- . The measure. Chasma n Sumner*, I) of Texas explained in the report, myes the railroads the mint to ;r -toke th? aid of courts in • i-non tinder rn me favorable tmms th.ti n OXY pro .(FU l)y AH A I . S. I Ct NSI ll \ HAI NM I WASHINGTON. SI NI)AY HU E LAW BILL TO GET OPEN HEARINGS SOON Commit I cc ('Mantic *• Plan to Report MeaMire at Once in En cc ot l*rotest> Met Tir*o Balks Recd Speech Designed < »    < ritiei c Pincrot it) >enalf IT * mTSTU'PG Pa . J; r TH I P ( GAL IS SUPPLIED; IM PILS XKE XX ARM OCEAN SWIMMER ON WAY HOME "deadlock'' ha* I has been supplied Free l ibrary Build! I'! . and roaring tv- In the hbrnr ie teacher4 and pupil* arr femme is happy. lest Wednesday, the fuel ie bul ding ran low Ti civ gone Wlllu an, notified A cl pa I of the Dr eh houses two nm pl t, pr; iii Ji It sea in sin U .Ct pi d hi Id i’ puoi ooav an a rings « >nrt St*; I- urea raj A*? ■I Th Mi board ever, S oaded w ba?eniCI hies r. v Bo i rd »' i po pet on expire portal! jKirtun His tug SCU V.VI’ON TU CCK DRIV KU KIHN VITH) MANY REHIRED ATFORDPLANTON NEW PRODUCTION Mostly lor mer Pm ploy on Are Notified to Resume Work PRU Model Will Insure Em- plo\ mmt Here Nu ni bor for Large Produ* tion work on *! e latest model f th" Ford Mot or Co rn puny, to be it I od tn »'d to th# publi c m the near Jure ta now in progre vt at the local seembl) plant at Fro treeta. nd I im d A steady hiring pm yr am began la?J t these es »f the ie filet ma < d a large •si lo begin v in the rn. moon. N. taken on, * bv Adv ail great dea c-fin dr :3feSjfc*V %m % VI rn wk >m -*>*■ Wk* \ ll:» ll nut -oi in Sun Vil- on of Che.' *i i ed pet mission Building t vc* rehearsing for ti to use th if the presell- and the tv t End Lib! on rf How iciont coal int ii I he qt st]' d. . af I- in rf I the boai he Dew v Th,rd am .JMMStf! Heather Angel ... a real ti.. rn • and not a itll',: nu ref. lint .    ", • •• un usual that this you i, Brite Ii Ii In «.rr mains the nam* for her fit n productions. She has mad- numerous pi urrs in En eland ani on Iii contin nt and not. is in Hollywood mr king ber fled Am rh an ap,* .iranee . FREE SILVER IDEA N. J. TRUCK WAR ROUSES SENATE BIEL IS PASSED Ding: St **"ion Due Toda> Measure, end N ote Ma) Comp I).' Awaits Tonight Doubting ti ,l»vo IVD » * ‘CS. IM f« * YO: nature 'I Bf NTC>N municipal i< then const it i A HOU*.* ct Rn e Dauph formula! ion of an tine) lief program Other in I.’. Speaker 'I aii"'- melt and Pcnnock. Philo.I , I aw :en ’• Roan, I »/ Ailegln n;. and Hang *«tm rn ittei Inuit cdu* tel' data on Federal and * P nditure? (rom th * it; Relief Bo. rd A m w J the hr* rd s comm unit \ came front tin Luzern sect inn The legs4lat ive a favorable report on ti took rn* ic Hon The Hou4*' calendar third reading .stag* Weld' matin ti lick recip Hon measure uhuh we * nm rn Ut re The Home prepared floor to * aifot    .”i>' ’ ■ ■ ed mvo v ion of I ’ . <mn n" rn the floor it , nil It. en •mp libers namei ed Plumb* ri la; Mc RI we. ii1 , Evil, b Berk? 'lie i v trill I ex Ka I hiv i* Tr last 111g I ii . Cigale (I (ll i sslirn ■* nor! lr o ion pike led by mg Ct uh a cv 34    * - Igllii P. nu « he C i pa rn Glad to he arid on his war ha. k to the I nited 'lairs. Abraham • |»steln, '.lung I’tnlad. Ipht.i sailor, Is show ti (left! as he left the jail at Naples Hat! where he had been int an .lated, under escort of I nited Milles i uhs ii I samuel Biles center I. I palette was poked Up nut of the mean. RD miles east of I Hilt attar, bv the Dutch steamer I. .sari after he had been 39 s sn i minim. about in the sea Ile said he tumord overboard from the bn* i S N lobe alif! being driven franti. bv ragging of fellow s.ilors, Ai iiglu is de VI toro. Italian pott poll. e olio er. lie can 1933 cd! b< I n g Ullin iii* •I wa* tin than V eg I It! {loin OW* (i four V it Ic Hie »n for me lo <a Mi Hl< t* D. •hot w a: unable to pl iou of the bai ii to the finite I* ■stown where he * f the boldtlp iud! nd } ,T f M dire ROOSEVELT AND MTI.URK REOPENS HARI (ll CONFER UTILITY INQUIRY Nilled Ranker lo Xiii in Extension of Probe Ruck Dr.'tlfilii* New Economic til S100,000 Xppropria- on Hu rn ai k et nut ii early *• aider ab!** adv un* * commen * nm rr lung I he imprnvcmr production. Hie main fen model w hen it at. last public, w its Hie eight ire ei *. d rig Conns heard i of fhat " of the nu* before Hic Hinder motoi reported, will prow meets of re in addition at will make I'm Pron rain \\ NUM lion RHI J NEW DIS PKI RI TING STATION SEI ! KED ti r in B bank • rn were or S* na'OI ex. bani Will la the dc poundf' of Beni said WI v er *1 >11 D B Mon Bi I b I truck* for t fhnt have no egis! anon f ie ll" iv Bi I cm rn rn Continued on I TAX REDUCTION CONFERENCE HELP on rn • i ran r centi for < ii of at re I a* rn* Pit I NOS, Ga Prer lent elect Romeve ernard M. Baru. ti. mteri cr and Ilf* long I > mo* J at hun t od a v* i ii draft lug ti i»i vie i am «*! > • Gnomic i eh hough Mr Roa*rv*el! ai would la* .social, Ii I* lids sa rte ic matter;, foreign a ie were scheduled for die, ilk*, I > Him a, dire* tor Oro,oi* in 1919 rn I CU I I* al lorn HARRISBURG, Jan 34 Cont intl ut Ion of the A>aU Benote Utility tlgati I r* >«in Bk tm! If WI 11'ton i was asked in a ti • i in the Beimte Ja.>,t night by M ten ll v< i ne-1 ' n an cheapening mot modify pnce.i, dieted the propo Senator Win placed t he $ilv * i before 'ii" Sen the < Ha ss B nk if Is ■ v and ri H na ’ e I. rn usury balanc e j *377 9’6 613 36; . xp 138.93; customs i>’c live 24 —* INS1 — January 21 orcs. $5,466,- pavmen's $13,165,150.79 purt, ,.olfi any great t pro' ' t vt4 Senate la /* w "» k to Governor Moor to I VV hi"* I he effect of ne that P* r us Hie i viva i ■h s : (»r et gn t< r birr and o' he; ling I > - nk ferent state* i agreement WU ult I; h Ne ht on the toe same st I a* Iii* ant V of pav in their < iv* n 1 mg < der? j pi - Lu room 11» n retaliation ot . f th" defc a ist rn! ion fe. * by M* New Jersey tr ll* SC WSC A p* ll; V stat" commere e .Tered f t lei is Si 1,3 V'tt;] nendn .siIv er ie. i <:"i Cn:iinn;.vi Harold (i ii ain* r In tin VV Jet i \ 2s I aint a KXI1 * foi hi? approval lew legislation will tin truck* engaged truck*, from dif-having a iecipr >. ,al > Jct •< \ must pay on here that they totea. hrt measure bs in lupoMUon of reg« Pennsylvania on engaged sn inter-Bnsvhartig's high- * sn this Mate it is of Mot or Vehicles is, f .;ima'eel Ihsit * . :••• en w ill m- e <' Hi •V sn Us4 ion >f the IF A *« IHI U.S H i ll -> held ll I he bi I ti IU tv Bon urn* ' n w ti'*: her ©ugh for this wear cmulu be reduced. During the di-scusaion u was explained by the ni*mb*us of council fin.* rigid economy had been resorted .til. nients for * ut * anous departn.euts of the expenses for th** year had ed upon, to whi* h t he ropes of iii*- taxpayer; a <>-<> agre* *1 iqion < 4 animat ion Urea alloted lo each depart ff< NI ii* n it h b* * n &! r< * tit a HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt I ruled Press) i iv* 'A Jct se\ Muir, of Union the gen IU* along .l a a ,f horst se.s AT AGI \ < AI.IIM K I — I tim, XII Effort, vjnre Nurr, ( ni ida, Vermont Hose, Forget I iii lune. ;—Before. Full Budget. Donna I I rica, >1i*s Sage, Mortana, \fruh I—Chinker. Brown Bank. Mi Deghih. Glad Effort, Blue Middy, Blu-Horizon. I—'*ophist. Frere Ii Honey. »—Water Mark, Panda. Macho, Golden I it Ie, Phi' Bird 5—Umbrian Prime •, Iola Bola Heads Up. Pat O’C nnnor. ti >1 . Fastko, Doctor Fred. Translucent, 'am Gilmore. Washington Hove. — Mount Elgon, (hub. Chun*), Locket, Shaver. El ( iieevito, fair Orb, Yogano, Suns 'on. Diggins Weather cloudy, track sloppy. \ I Ii \\ AN \ l—I sir Mug, Big Trail, Rough Rider, Good Jest, AhdU'Uon. !—Air W ise, I—Gradiset, I— INone i »—Staracene. 5—Brown Mole, Irish Musir. Phantom star. — Mainshrrt, Doctor Bill', 'inking Kid, Rolling Sea. heather, clear; track, F't. aT FAIR GKO! Mi* i— None.) I—. None. i »—Margie Lou. I—Olive A. •,—( hipola. Shasta ( harmer. >—Fred Auerbach, r— None.i <— None I Weather, cloudy ; tra* k. mud*!' AT HIALEAH PARK > i pound weight (#i de* . • * <i \ * n blymu <i in pioporhon «i;> to cot * ti v. in .support ti cc, qitr.ntiti* < ; iii;* ''When everythtn*t v i es pee* 11 vc metal?."    nicely. P*-t At present it take? about 80 pounds topped our of silver to equal the value of one drtvera in .ta pound of gold.    to pay registration fem there The purpo. e of the Wheeler and "u’his is a retaliation. Governor other silver bills is to raise the price Pinchot, the big friendly brother, is t is hoped, of com- behind this movement. He insisted rah I* is a program on putting It through the Prnnsyl- of Un-ment A! ti ii was bude" I * a xpa v * i s' as * x per is in it? M* mb* rs (' the con fermi inclusion of ided that -ti Sci i» for assoria t ton ii? emplov he confr ropy c arrie-i ti lo; : 11 J* unled relii. t! vvas hi , anc* *1 for brough the generous I I Im. Hie new alation * til *>pen tomorrow at the usual hour. 9 >** a rn , i«nd will be in charge of the san.*’ Bed Cross rcp-l r.-1 id a' iv. • an*l M.s-sistants who wert al the lornict location At Hie present time .< willing staff of volunteer* is busily engaged iii transferring Hi* large sUak of 24-pound bags of flout to the new dispensing center pre -pai Dory in tlie opening. VISITING MIDGE MEMBERS GI KS IS I >** I* gat tons of members of several d tent Coun* Us were pr* ■a nt. tori 'n'-r with officials, at a meeting of tho ('<>1. Theodore H.vatt Council, No his, Order of Iud* |M*nd**nt Atnci I - • Yr »nA r>Uf.4>w «t,L Or* * n and John Watterson. F. Wal- *ows ii n hah th I, r ft, ri    Chadwick, an attorney of this ?u**< city, b-aded .hi rep,, i-nt.tlm of the V a a viris non. of silvet and. i modi! irs in gen* to aid debtor-additional silver money less va It wheat, copp primary commo* further ti u i':"s pied that th* would make relation tr *ef and r ll is argu d IUv I-I power of I; I' ma I * > ti rn an u cants to g* PREPARING DIPLO.M \S J latur r* ady. i head Tile silver i of before St n permits the f IO p iii on ll informally ri2n IU v ms.t iprovc Ii'. iu. *• ie may b~ ti: |>*> ir cia;s. Dem a t p t o ad lo ti n iu*' session hts h* i uoon Commissioner a cor If Pennsylvania hvpiet; e are prepared " and also assist! Swart iimor* Co i. ' of a aeries * lopment of p* ti I.,ii sflowne Hi Harry Huber, Beniamin Evans. John Durns, h* id last »veiling in Odd F*u- Temple, Fighth and Sprou! is. The visitors ware from S, Grant Council, Pottstown, and Berwyn Council, B* rwvn, of which State Councilor William 8 Dillon I? I IRS I OI 'lulls    a niemb*T The latter Sp*>ke bii'flv f>n 'he or-Dr. Mary Wentworth MrConaughy    r mzation Ifs aims    and bg sp'' .alist In    mental    and William Bergy, secretary of U, 8 Mount Hoi*.yoke    College    (ii ant Council, also    gave    a short 20 and Af i ‘ t the Hum - Conf* retire, Mi Ro rn • is will t un again lo < abitu t ji oh lr ma. He will con: lit with James < .ultimo-.I on I.ast Page FAIR XSD SLIGHTLY (OLDER WEATHER ; F.tsr* and lightly *"ld*>' Is 'ti" finn-ch t tot today in Ka-dern Penns,vivant;* N- w .Ieracy Delaware and Maryland It will ba cloudy, with occasional non tomorrow* 'the titgh* t temp rat tire here yes-•(•id.iv W;e ti at j) in, and the Jowl I wit*, ut. it* 1*2 01 a m, The average of 52 was twenty ix degrees ab*»ve nounal foi the date an*i five degrees above the average tempera-flit. of the va tor last year, 'I ii" warm* st January 23 on re* <>t d here was ti, in 1906, and the coldest wa? 9, 188.’ Sunrise today was af 7 16 a. rn . and I •unset will ho at 641 p rn, Eastern Standard time rn. p auth* i u suhpocm corporal I As the lution ar * • u.. s bv r:    ti G< iv *! i tor hi I* I?* ! Pct ..on- I The new model, it retain ail th# added I.*4’ v and Will i trier* .*sod features the car th* greatest Hie history of the Fi pany The new model will be heavier It is said. to i ijje with Mw JKI we r displayed bv the present eight cylinder motor and will have a long* chassis, permitting more body room The deign of the car is supposed to tie patterned along the lines of the Lincoln Motor Car, file exjiensive "big brother" of the Ford. Other de ign4 1111 ion In—' have been added that will cloelv parallel many features displayed by other companies in the recent New John J. Met'lure, of Deja- Yolk Auto Bh<>w. ut tv. Republican floor bader    Th* starting of production at the to the judicial general I0®*1, ?planf J*U1 b* * bi* ,    boost to business tn this city, Local win. ii igimecitateiy re- mitborities tmpe that it will be the ie adopted harbinger of a general all around return !■) normalcy, Tile return of the hundreds to work .and the new jobs for many more will rib Hie    a groat deal to coni bat the general conditions eli ding in this city today. (    Many more art experted to he taken u v '    *',pped    I,, (h» near fuDgre, until produe- * bv court orders at-1 Hon r« *»ches full awing, mnittei power andf Alitiough hiring is stilt going on, r,l,lk    '■    r!",n    those seeking work i.ive been finding urds of    j* tmpossfble to make any connections by seeking work at the plant en-kVuuVtlance All employes taken on receive tiietr advance notiflcaMons and ap- •ut nd Hi nil fit . ad > (I bv tile indol mal con if Die * • anmlt ll! .dis and re< d individual Ijipmpi latex HOO OOO for i * la ji owed a I JI rd se to th** Governor be * > ? wo q i< sf ion* befor * (ie i esolut ion 'I!ley aa\ * whet Ii* Ma ens 'n? -•* and second whether »- a thoiough going in-do , not cm "iv.* ■ at 1|-ts to til* '• que I inns lf will vet .I Hie re* olm ton * fiat it? appro5, al would pub ie rn<»iiey, Will n tlie Inquiry wa* launched st summer. h*‘ (wild the committee * a.seed ti eetinj"s pjjen r u*ii *' In person at tile rntplov-Mien yo O the    0®ie nu Iv congests and delava *• w, i *r»- wlHiou# sucre*,, on t: e n«rft they qui! V fa* tm is b< I on th be a business without suer***,, on th*4 part of those applying In that manner. The Philadelphia building of tile Ford Company, at Broad street and f chigh avenue, is up for sale, it being announced that ell assembly work for the srea Ut to be done st Hie Cheater plant REPRESENT CHESTER VT ROTARY .MEETING A lfugr delegation of local Ro-was    on    ti    tai bef**.*    th* public and    tartans aud others from tile M* di«. Darby and Lansdowne clubs today ( out Inned »n last Page    motored to Wilmington to assist, in .    the greeting to the international RUMOR    CONCERNING    president. “Clint** Anderson, vim —.    ——r«*s*soxciffW3    addressed the De taw are Rot a n ana at LRPER DARKY POLICK NKU    I    LAN I    PLItSIKlS    a meeting held In the Hotel dupont. laical mem tier4 of Rofarv unab!a ( HILL IS HONORED P.rsl *    nt    rumors    iinve    b*«u    cur-    *° »f’**fid Un* Wiin t. •* *n liiet’.inr, ,    ..    ,    ,    ,,    .. ,. met st the Cheater Chib, this meet- r,'‘" “ » '“• I" ’    f';"v    hat    r.g "* lug in charge ol H rbert M. mother Industry will Im ;.'e sn Mar- Pnul, ■4 ....... * plant will "if.ted on the bank Pol of ui Ha plain James I Corcoran, I lur by, hi* b< rn d*,!Ugtiaf'd Upper Darby Po'< of til. G \L1 'WORTH V VI KY ILL ICONDON. Jan. 24— <UPI— Anxiety increased today regarding the *on-difiqfi of John Gel: worthy, novelist and piavvvr.ghf who is sci nu,sly iii here Ga lr worthy, 65, became ill last Nov* mb* r, Several hundred diplomas ai" bi big prepared by authorities of ti public schools in anu.ijiation of ti mid-year commencem',nt sea on in ^ ('f,j 'he High School and Junior High SciiooU of th" city, The diplomas ’'.ii tie used in the Chester High fehoc/i, the ;-m*-d'"' Junior limn School aud the Franklin and Dewey- IC#’ ronsei in personnel at g* depx .red the if lect urn on de-* onaljt> last night i B* (iool tinder the the iiSnsdow’ne Home arid IOC la Mon    Toe »« r:# s will d by Dr Mrf'onaughy on Monday night' . BEQUEATHS KST VI K TO MIS WIDOW DK I V ANS IO 'UU\K Mann schools bach of Die coveted sheets urn* bear the signatures of Dr David A Ward superintendent of school?. Charles E, Sanderson, secretary of th* district, and Chari*a P Lark.n. Ji . pre?; I nt of ’ii" ho; rd of *<! ic**Ion. lr Milton (‘ Kv i/j i Tl.enlogiCal n announced as the graduation In a will dated the day he die*! tai ut 1 pi 'batad ** Media Law anet A St loch"ie, late of 286 Bally nore mad Spruigfl*Td    lea vt* hi state to his widow. Mr Hu" Streo-j.r< .Aidant of balr The estate is valued at $3000. trinary, has j I ''"us of AdnrnttBf ration have nuun *p*Ak. r bei n L*>auad a* Media to Mi • Ba!.. ret es of !>**• C Connelly, of I Wellington road A rn Da ten egion as th. vv nit'T of of ti)' JI* '*32 distinguished x.-rvice owned by i" pi * rut at ion w iii ta »ti" ma ri ca' night at ti dinner at glass now i v ai r river on t (ie f*i up* tiv t is** i* ire (ii* fompanv, for ifs* t ure of shatter pr*x»f ii* mg ti "d in many mak* i I opicsof I imcs Its ninth street Upper of automobiles, <• ofh* .als from Philadf’l- Af * Ii*- plant of the p ic lr* ware county will a* - panv tins morning it v while rumors pertaining to the an j tJon of such a plant had been heard ,f% P':l' ' *’ GNI iii KOLOINTA    ;    nothing definite was known Word wa: Ait ills M < J ter Lodge. Ut ,i (!(i* ter bf OI (MS IS t ved < I rd* John Fining Tank Equal lo 1000 Men, Sags Inventor Chester High School rims,    of    Feb-    Upper Darby to adnunis cr    the r    tate mary, 1932    'lh** exerrises    will be 1 of lier husband Richard M,    Connolly, held in the auditorium of the Smed- j who dud on January 5 The estate ley Junior Huh School Seventeenth is estimated a* *11 200, of which $6OOO and Upland streets, Thursday    eve-    la in realty, Three softs    ai d    two mug of this week.    daughters also auTVivc TR XNSFORT'ATION FIRE PREVENTION HISTORY GIVEN NEED STRESSED i i M* pal yes* ei day if er *>f (*l 1 Moor- e, t »* * ingham the past ii n con* o '.t;t*if>ii John, v * band, * h* DIN IDI NII DI ( I.AKI II Cruel cireumstancea force acing singers on th" radio It* rvidenti Oil Com-! they have no voice sn the matter. said that!    ^ ——• A won .m advertises for pmtnerg ie. If she won’t kick ’em he shins, ilk" mast wives, there ire ;* nun ber of fellows who w*ould like to hold hands with her. 'Hi* c* tu . a s of P. bi1 M * re h I Sun (nl un] quarterly div fiend of flare on common stock p ch 15 to hfilders of rec tarv 25 and th* prefei ut *1 50 a /.hare pa*. * I. i holder? of rec Ord of F> ha*    declared * i n ;>anv. th" Al” Capone Cries ‘ ‘Square Deal ” at A flan ta I INP' N. ? 1933, bv Int* ’—A new wa I igned which J , Jan 24 1 Copyright •national News Service! machine has been dr'-ini'e- for th" first t m* C MI KC If GROI R OL TK KRS CHOSEN T ruck Owners Hear Rights County Firemen, Guests of    C4RRIFRS and air force- Defended by XX illiam I). .Mason f ranklin ( ompany. Hear Timch Address GOING TO MOX IFS I—Ynco, Breezing On, Patri*e Kun-von. Little Joyce, Piper Profit?, Oaten. Garlic. I— None.) I— None. I — None.) «— >ure Top. Weather, clear; track, fait. mc arn nation, *    Ri'v.    Louis W. Pitt, factor of St.    -........-.......—.....r..........-.....- If < gives wing4 ’o *he    infantr*. and    .Mary? Episcopal Church, Ardmore    Addressing    a mr "ting    of ti,-    More    thin    (ton    v -sting    firemen battleship and .* • t. to    • • .f combat    avensje Ardmore, was*"d    Delaware (’    - Chapter of the    packed    the Franklin School    * Kin* r• P’anP*    ,    ,    nrrUHnc nt th*    Pcnnsvlvania Motor Truck Assocua-    J,;m In4’ night -hen the Franklin Its mobility by land, air and sea. p,r-,fJ nt °* fhP Ma‘n Line Frd r*'    t;on last night in the Chester Club    ’ Fire Company acted as host to the was envisioned a? producing a new tion of Churches last night.    William D. Mason, general manager Delaware County Firemens Assoc la- school of military tactics    in an inter-    Other officers elected    were. Rev,    of the Sun    Oil Coin parr,    plant at    Don. G Morton Walker Brvn    Mawr first    Marcus Hook, presented a    historical    The *    veiling    was    J* af ired    by a va- vice pre ident Rev. James H F’eeley,    u-'•’»«*« ol transportation in th"    ried entertainment, /pee lies of wel- Oakmont, second vice presidenf United State?    <om"    by    promtlient .o*.il    personages Following this, he offered a com-    of ’he city and fire departments and naive analyst4 of both railroad    a talk bv Ut Col. I M Panck thailand motor truck transportation em-    man of the fire prevention committee Hartshorne and M P Burlingame    phasiztng that a careful ch"ck-up    After the program was concluded in    at    12 and the Rev Howard Wayne Smith    revealed that trucks, common (ar-    the school hall, the firemen a. enabled    to    a    sun alarm ■ of Brvn Mawr were elected trustees    and    fontrac*    handled    less    than    in th*- Franklin firehouse where tbfjr lug di carded Ch three-fourths of one per cent. of the were treated to a box luncheon    back yard of a ii DISCHARGED NS BANKRUPT    ti' of tori mu in t ie Uni'cd V < .ti': ' I'unoth M* <    the    i    o    *. a t States in 1931    home company, opened tn** evening pany headquarter view with International New? Service today by J. Walter Christie, inventor Tile Che*cr Tim*** newspaper ho*. will I a th* g jests of t he managamen of th* Washington Th eat < tonight TFi* boys will rf the tht lling plav * The Mu*.k Of FU Manchu ** Ail new:, paperboys will hi *mble at the cit culation department of the ('h*..t* Times at 6 45 o'clock tonight t<> pro ceed to th* Wa:him.'*»:i Lh'.up Ikditfft't Vole: This is the second of a series of three stories, de-‘i rilling hou NI ( a pone is standing the t iff of prison life, I «-convict No. 35,563“ has just bern released from the prison where he worked it* the shoe shop with ( hieago's r\ piddle enemy No. I. Yesterday’* story revealed that ( apone has been the re. ipient of numerous special privileges be-i mse of bis “business tonne* -lions. "J A woman at Media a-ked for a dive! i '■ D om hor hubby because h® .sp* ut mr ss* of his time on the links, No doubt there’* a golf between em. A sanitary expert while speaking here said the house fly travel* about 90 miles an hour. That will afford a laugh to those who have tried to , .swat one. Beauty Parlor proprietors are asking our present session of the Legislature for protection. No doubt th e found some of the faces they haw to work on a fright. Joe Trout our sport* cd think* 'ie .an .save type this year bv r> -ferring 'n baseball holdouts b' jus! calling em holdups You can alway* tell the henpecked husband He > the one who's always trying to reform someone cia*, say* Wise Guy, I he Weather fudge Schilling, Go Between. I'm*. If th" Uuu d State army had IO Si? Ngn"s, Twisted Thread?. Fox- OOO of the e tan'.-; it would b* equa of these flying tanks is worth Curtl5 L CI“y Ardmor(. Secretary:    rom thousand soldiers aid Christie, g y Hartshorne Haverford, trews- prehn the I ti red .'•atei army ha* IO-    » urer. Cr and I UU I URI N I ENS (. Nit N(,i M* *o an arm.’ of fen million men. “With each machui" not costing more than $30,000 *o produce, 10,000 left rid r c - p ie 1933. by International News Service* a 11 ant A, Ga . Jan. 24 INS Bv I X < ON VK T NO. 35,563 mensing Hook    — ■ v we,- * * ailed oil rdav. in reapons* •xtinjuixh a bls./-'n’.?* tire in tin lhng in the sam/ uh the fire cone are located. The    called "big shots” in the world of Edward H    La Belle, trading    as    La-    Th"?" figure?    were cited ar.    a    re-    with an    address of    welcome    Mayor    fiamc    for    a    tim" threatened    to set    crime. There aren't many of them. "Our    nation    would    be    impregnable    Bell,    Roofing    Company Drexel    Hill.    buttal    to railroad    claims    that    mo*or    William    Ward. Jr.    and    Councilman    fire o    the    venth'-rbr'arding    of a    H*» occupied a cell house, s big room with such    a    tank    corp--    and    an    ag-    wa?    gran‘cd    a discharge    as    *    trucks    should    be    taxed    more    and    Georg"    J. Hunter    a.?*    ga    *    - nor*    garage    on    th* pr mis**? Th*    flames    that hold/, eigh» men. There arc with  —.— . bankrupt in the United State* District    ..... were quickly extinguished with chem-    _    .    .    .    .    ............ < ontinued on Last Page Court, at Philadelphia, yesterday.    Continued    on    Last    Page    Continued    on    Last    Page    ics .    *    Continued    on    Last Page -I-orchard. Wishing: '(ar. Tn It, f]- mg tank ct lid be built im ar. appropriation of $300.OOO.OOO. the coft, of running the arm,', for one year. Ai Capone'* intimate* behind thr nj»*){ v. His of Atlanta Prison arf’ other so- WASHINGTON, Jan 24— IP, —• Forecast—I astern Penmvlvania: Fair tonight. Wednesday, increasing cloudiness .tin! "armer with possibly rain in north and west portion Wednesday afternoon and nielit. Western Pennsylvania: Fair and "armer tonight; Wednesday, cloudy and "armer; rain Wednesday after-n.Min and night; colder Wednesday TOD NN S IT MIM R VTI KE 6    a.    m 42    IO    a.    m   44 7    a.    rn 40    ll    a.    m.......48 8    a    m •40    Noon    ..........53 9    a.    ut.    42    I    p.    m.    of A ;