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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17499 Dally Leased Wire Reports or Dnlied Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS ENGLAND TO SEER CANCELLATION OF HER WARDEBT Threat of Depreciation of Pound Sterling Hinted as Weapon F A HOWARD AGAIN HEADS PENN CLUB Failing in Plan Compromise on Sum Payment It May Lump The thirtyseventh annual meeting of the Penn Club this city was fea I tured last evening by the election I officers for the ensuing year and l naming of three directors to serve for a term of three years i Frederick A Howard was reelectod president and the other officers aro Tnvin D Wood vice president E A I Howeil secretary The directors i chosen are Charles J Stitelrr Charles Palmer and John B Han num Jr i Considerable routine business disposed of and reports of commit tees received President Howard pre sided Presbytery Ob1 jects to His Devotion to Buchmanism LONDON Jan British Government today drafted its reply to Roosevelts war debt discussion invitation The reply will be dispatched to Washing ton before night LONDON Jan Great Britain held the threat of deliberate depreciation of the pound sterling to throttle American imports over the United States government today as a weapon to support a prospective de mand for cancellation of the British war debt J HOWARD PEW DEFENDS TRUCKS Opposition Led by Rev A L La them at Session in Bethany Church The Chester Presbytery compris ing Presbyterian churches of Dela ware Chester and Montgomery counties meeting in Bethany Church Sixth street and Highland nvemie yesterday deferred action on the Oil and Motor Industries a candidate who rx piessed a belief in Buckmanism ihe Rail new movement and also had I a leaning toward the theory of evo 1 lution i Gurton B Scoville Jr of Haver ford was the candidate He ad mitted a belief in Buckmanism and also told his theories in evolution and the story of Creation as it ao Have Benefited roads He Says Placingthe blame for the present plight of the railroads largely upon excessive governmental regulation J Howard Pew president of the Sun Cnancellor of the Exchequer i oil Company said today that pro Pears m Genesis ille Chamberlain intimated for the i posals to help the railroads by buri Aller Bearing the dening motor trucks with the same first time when he addressed the Leeds Chamber of Commerce last night that sterling might be delib Plesbytery candidate the decided to defer judg type of regulation could merely serve i prejudice until the to reduce the trucks to the position meetinS of the body at Drcxel erately depreciated unless there were Of the railroads without in any a settlement before the next debt pay aiding the latter Mr Pews remarks inpnl date June 15 Not only would United States im were made in an address at a lunch The action of the Chester Presby tery with regard to Buchmanism is the ports here suffer from depreciation Tne trucks have brought tlie rail bu Britain would have the advan roads failmore business than thev fvif At T I n rn H G r nr i i I r eon of the Philadelphia Rotary Club nrsc of lts Klnd since the movement over the United States in world markets Chamberlain spoke to a group of midlands business men assembled at Leeds but his remarks obviously were to the American govern ment The resumption of war debts have taken from them according to Mr Pew The oil and motor in dustries he said are giving the railroads more business than could be hauled by all the trucks in the United States and at least ten times as much business as is being taken came into prominence several years ago It has since incurred thecon tinued opposition of Fundamentalist and conservative religious groups however and the action yesterday was interpreted as thc beginning of a defi nite movement against it Buchmanism and a leaning toward evolution were the two reasons given payments he said mean from the railroads by the trucks The by authorities ofthe Presbytery for creased purchases of are the best feeders of general ducts cither by depreciating currency or increasing tariffs The chancellor made it clear that his government would seek cancella tion at the Washington conference He said however that Britain would discuss with our to supplement thc railroads to American friends whenever they are transportation costs down so as rcceive our represntatives freight to the railroads that the rail roads have Railroad freight rates are 50 to 100 per cent higher than in while trucking costs are lower ever before Trucks should be used ct to postponing final action on Scovillcs petition until the April meeting of the Presbytery Dr A L Lathem pastor of thc 1913 Third Presbyterian Church this city than i and widely known for his vice cru sades and Fundamentalism led thc assault fgainst young Scoville Dr Latham denounced Buchman ism rs miScriptural and in direct APPLICANT FOR PEER is jUNEMPLOYED SENATE TO RUSH PREACHING RIGHT fi DENIED APPROVAL GROUP SUBMITS IPRIMARY REPEAL ITS JMANDSIFOR CONVENTIONS Committee Appears Before Direct Voting System for City Council SpokesPublic Officers Aban man Rebuked by Mayor Sock Cash Payments Food Orders for Work Assigned Them cloned in Bill Not Separate Hearings on Sun Any clay Law Modifiers Set for Next Week Threatened march on Ciiy Hall by local Communists or as Uiey term thwrnselves Unemployed Work Council yesterday afternoon while members of city council in ses sion proved dud A group of seven whites nnd Negroes for whom the spokesman was one Peter OBrien who it is under stood came here with iho hunger marchers on their way to Washing ion D C a few weeks ago did at tend council meeting And OBrien apparently qualified to be their loader did rend a communication containing ceriain demands and was adminis tered a starn rebuke by Mayor Wil liam Ward Jr who took exception to a personal reference to him In fact the citys chief executives insistence resulted inthe erasure of iho objectionable phrase before he or thr members of council would ngreo to receive the communication for on sidoration or listen to any further re irarks bv OBrien HARRISBURG Pa Jan The Pennsylvania Legislature ad joumrd today until Monday Jan HARRISBtTRG Jan Assembly maneuver ings today por tended nu open season within two on the most keenly contro verted legislation lacing the 1933 ses sion Liberal legislation and primary re peal constitute ihe storm centers Unemployment relief problems are not expected io come to a head until a month latcjr and meanwhile the proposed study of the Hiphway DC pavtrnont will play to spectators on the sidelines Dcterminauon of certain Repub lican lenders to wipe out Ihe direct primary in Pennsylvania was mani fest today in the Senate The judiciary ponenil committee reported favorably and without change the Prince Bill providing for the return CORPSE OF MISSING BUS DRIVER FOUND IN QUARRY LAKE Discovery of Four Bullet Wounds and Finding of Revolver and Abandoned Car Some Dis tance Away Foundation for Belief That Andrew Cassidy 39 of Eddystone Was Victim of Foul Play Absence of Evidence of Struggle on Quarry Bank Strengthens Theory That Victim Was Carried to Place and Hurled Into Water Investigation by Coroner County State and Ridley Township Police It was following a mass system as the pro Market Square that the OBrien Cfrlute for nominating candidates for m cup hastened to council chamber i ul1 rlectlvo public offices in Ciiy Hail a few minutes after n11 was on tho Senates second council had convened As n prccaui rpadmir calendar today and its ucl tionary measure Chief of Police i voculrs Asserted it will be passed Vance Sergeant Hanlry thc branch without delay Feeney and Hardinan n7id five Pub He hearings on the would nicn were in the hall to prevent nnv be lefl tllfi House On that basis A sensation in British society was he divorce granted to Lady Furncss thc former Mrs Thelma Morgan Converse of New York from untoward demonstration And there was none OBrien was promptly invited to state the purpose of thc committees the primary repeal bill would be House property next Tuesday Legislators were dubious about the possibility of strict adherence to that TEACHERS WILL MAKE DECISION ON SALARY CUT Requested to Agree to Ad ditional 10 Per Cent Contribution Schools May Closein April Otherwise Scrip May Be Used visit and immediately unrolled a schedule after viewing the twists into Viscount Furncss wealthy i permit more commodities to move I ana m direct and prominent British shipbuilder and added that ths debt readjustment The fact that the railroads are af violation of the expressed dictates of I She charged misconduct and he did must involve a final settlement and flictcd with a cancer of excessive regI historic Christianity He declared not oppose thc suit reopening of reparations ulation and governmental control If he British delegation proposes a should not be a reason for afflicting vi lump sum payment such as suggested j the motor truck with a like malignant Continued on Seven today by Italy it was uncertain j growth Rather the railroads and whether Chamberlain would ask that j trucks should join to end the regime the sum not exceed Britains share of reparations set by the Lausanne con ference approximately or whether he would merely demand re lief from Britain proportional with that granted Germany It was evident that Britain fully rcaKzsd that President Hoover and Presidentelect Roosevelt were anxi ous to get her back on the gold He declared there was nothing in the Buchmanite I creed that could not be ascribed to i by any nonChristian A minister I professing the Presbyterian faith I certainly could not promote such a doctrine he said There is nothing in the Bible that tells us to confess our sins to each other Dr La them explained That is what the Buchmanitcs do Their DIRECTORS CHOSEN i Procedure is contrary to the Word of LOCAL Encouraging reports from various God and to the teachings Presbyterian Church Dr William Tenton Kruse of the of couple of sheets of foolscap paper and began to rend the demands It was ho phrase wherein they pro tested against the hypocrisy of the mayor who promised that no workers relief would be cut ofT for refusing to do forced labor but has failed to keep his promise that Mayor Ward his face flushed sain I dont like thc tone of vour corn which the blue law legislative pro gram was thrown Originally the House law andorder committee de cided Io forego hearings ou the liberal Icgipliifion or so it announced The hearings were to be left to the Geni ate The plan was revised to call for a joint hearing by thc committee of both brandies As the program munication Unless you strike out stands today the Senate and House that reference to me you cant leave the communication here You come here with clean hands City council granted you this audience in Colleagues Continued on Page Seven in Damage Suit Give wotJLD REAPPORTION Continued on Page Seven committee chairmen were read at Media stated clerk of the Presbytrv the annual meeting of the Chester said the body did not intend criti Club held last Favorable Testimony COUNTY OFFICERS DESTROY BOOZE One of the largest quantities of beer and liquorever to be destroyed in this county was poured down the sewers at Media yesterday by Chief Deputy Sheriff Hamilton D Ewell and numerous deputy order of the Court sheriffs evening following a dinner at the clubs quarters 511 Welsh street President J H Ward Hinkson presided Aside from routine business the flection of five members to the Board of Governors featured Those chosen pre William T Galey Kingsley Montgomery H S Darling ton J Edward Clyde and Harry Miller This group was mously recommended by t inating committee headed by Charles Continued on Page Seven The question of whether a physician has thc right to perform a major operation on a woman without her by j R Long editor and publisher of the Chester Times A resolution approv Several hours were requiredto de ing the actions of the directors was also passed by unanimous consent The election of other officers will be held next Friday stroy the contraband which consisted of 182 quarts of wine 311 quarts of whisky 27 quarts of gin and 2926 bottles of beer In addition four halfbarrels of beer a coil box two cases of glasses and many empty bottles were destroyed All of the liquor and beer repre sented evidence in cases in which defendants were tried and convicted and the alcoholic beverages auto matically turned over to the county In addition there was a large quantity of beer and whisky seized in raids in which the defendants were acquitted in Court In the latter instances notices to the owners asking them to appear and show cause why the licfuor should be WASHINGTON Jan 2o UP them and not destroyed Presidentelect Roosevelt has in 0neP DemOCratic Congressional More than 100 Delaware county Rotarians yesterday attended a meeting conducted at the duPont Hotel Wilmington Del under the auspices of Wilmington Rotarians and which was addressed by Clin ton P Anderson presjdent of Rotary International CHESTER ROTARIANS husbands consent TXT 1 day during civil trial before Judge IIS Al TENDANCE iCHarlcs C Grecr at Media in which I Henry J Martin a policeman of Washington D C is suing Dr Joseph A Di Medio of this city Martin claims that in February 1930 Dr Di Medio operated on his wife Mrs Ethel Martin 22 several days after she had given birth to a child As a result of the operation which Martin claims was performed without his consent Mrs Martin was SENATE DISTRICTS HARRISBURG Pa Jan Reapportionment of the Senator ial districts of Pennsylvania was law and orclcr committees will con duct separate hearings on thc Sun ConUnticd on Pafic Seven NAMED LEADERS OF BOYS GROUPS proposed in a bill In response to a request for volun teer leaders for two of thc younger boys organisations of the Y M C A made nt the Monday evening meet EXTRA CONGRESS SESSION IN APRIL Roosevelt Informs Leaders of His Economic Relief Program weew rtro also destroyed The speaker declared that an in ternational power adopting the code of ethics of Rotary International would make a long stride toward thc solution of world problems Is right ready to rule our com munity life our professional lives and the world queried the speaker in setting down the definite1 power that Rotary has gained in the world affairs He told of the influence that such an organization can and docs rxcrt in international affairs stressing the mnny thinsis that Rotary Club mem bers throughout the world have in Mr Anderson spoke at a meeting attended by more than 300 Rotarians representatives of 16 clubs who were guests of the Wilmington club The representatives came from Dover injured physically according to the testimony and her husband is asking for damages Dr Di Mcdio claimed that after Mrs Martin gave birth io her child she developed symptoms of appen dicitis Her husband being in Wash ington he said he communicated with the patients motherinlaw Mrs Lena Martin of 2215 West Fourth street this city and told her of the condition of her daughterin law Thc elder Mrs Martin ap peared at the hospital and signed a paper giving the physician Harris vho introduced thc bill at thn request of a civic association in Pittsburgh announced he intends to press for Ltfi passage No actual Senatorial npportion j mcnt has been made for a quarter of acentury although some slight changes in a few districts were made in 1021 A constitutional mandate requires apportionment every ten years after thc Federal decennial introduced in the ing of the Senior HiY Club by I C j Bupp secretary of ihr boys depart men applicants for lenders positions wcrr approved last evening when of the HiY boys offered their services Phillip Rodgcrs has been appointed leader of thc Mohawk Indian Club a unit of thc cadct group and John Gorham and Lehman Clarke will al ternate in the conduct of the ac tivities of thc fourth Pioneer Club to be formed at the regular meetings of thc members of the junior group Saturday Thc boys of the HiY Club are i hem solves usoful in assist I Saturday afternoon has boon set by nil teachers of the Chester schools ns the deadline to decide whether they will accept or reject the proposition of the school direc tors to make an additional contribu tion of salary in tho amount of 10 per cent Thc board hns suggested that the future repayment of the sulary contribution be made as far as possible with funds find thc rc maindcr in scrip The decision of the teachers was made yesterday nt a meeting of thc Chester Teachers Association held in the nuditorium of the Larkiu school Broad and Crosby streets Thc teachers nt the proiscnt time are giving avoluntary 10 per cent contribution Miss Florence Williams president of the association find a member oC the Chester High school faculty ad dressed the meeting yesterday and gave a complete recital of events marking tho executive session of the school directors nnd the special com mittee of the teachers association hold Monday evening at thc regular session hut which was not divulged to the public at that limo She told of the proposition which was said to havo been made by thc directors because of an unforsneri dropping off of revenue which they have estimated will unbalance the present school budftct by about 000 and if not made up through economies would necessitate the clos ing of the schools by April 24 She census No changes are made In such counties that compiftc a inglc Sena tonal district such as Berks Mystery surrounds the finding of the bulletriddled body of Andrew Cassidy 39 of 1249 East Thirteenth street Eddystone which was re covered from the chilly waters of Leipcrsquarry lake in Ridley town ship late last night While aomo police cling to the theory of suicide others discount this viow and maintain that Cassidy who was known to have no enemies was killed nnd his body hurled into the quarry hole by thc killers to cover up thc crime County detectives led by O N Smith this morning stepped in to aid Ridley township police in making an exhaustive investigation and have been instructed by District Attorney MacCarter to leave nothing undone until they arc perfectly satisfied that they havo solved the case Thc coroner accompanied by at taches of his office Captain John Mc Ateer and newspapermen visited the scene this morning The ledge on which the bloodstained hat and revolver were found is approximately 50 feet from thc waters level at a spot from where Hack Wilson widely known professional baseball player dived while a resident of Lciperville Coroner Scheehle when inter viewed snid While I still think this is a case of suicidethere arc many angles which might tend one to bc liove it is a ease of murder but until the autopsy is completed I have no statement to make1 The attache coroner had the revolver and thc four bullet shells and one bullet thc cap of which is indented proving that whoever pulled the trigger attempted to explode the last bullet The revolver used in the shooting a nickelplated one was iound among a clump of twigs on the edge of the preclpel No fingerprints that could be photographed were found by po lice Relatives of the victim were re luctant to discuss the case when re Continued on Page Seven MAuctotrs ACT A mysterious marksman has been peppering the windows in the plant of the H H Ward Co Fifth and EngJc streets during the past few nights according to a complaint made to police by the presidentof the com puny It was sale that one of the Continued on Page Seven bullets which crashed through a window narrowly escaped striking a watchman Chester Lchigh Delaware Mont gomery Fayctte Westmoreland and Lchigh members of the younger their activities groups STORM KILLS TWO By United leaders that the forthcoming special Georgetown Harrington Laurel Lewes Middletown Milford Sclby session must be prepared to deal quickly with a unified relief program strictly along lines laid down by thc incoming administration The extra session is convene in midApril ville Smyrna Chester Coatesville Media Oxford Pcnns Grove West Chester and West Grove i Mr Anderson was introduced by expected to j Glenn Mead first president of Rotary Leaders al International The meeting was pre Coritinuccl on Page Seven BOTH CARS DAMAGED Automobiles driven by W S Church Gloucester Heights N J and an un named Maryland motorist were SAN FRAKTCISCO Jan Two persons were known to have been killed and two more were dying today as a storm of near blizzard proportions gripped the northern California coast and extended east ward into Nevada EXCELLENT ADDRESS FEATURES MEETING SHORTWEIGHED RELIEF COAL ATLANTIC CITY N J Jan Hainns 42 an em slightly damaged in collision at Sev ployc of thc Atlantic City Conl Com enth street and Concord avenue yesterday afternoon according to po lice report pany was held by police today charged with shortweighing coal for emergency relief orders AT AGUA CALIENTE Thoughtful Cofaro Enlo Old Scotch Molanchia Martha Ma Afridi Handsome Bcllr Kate Geary Wcstko Miss Joan Nnsakan Pip Patricia Grey lower Ten Sinner Wood pain My Jewel Altavar H Neckpiece Korax Paigr Francis Seymour Scutari Weather clear track sloxr AT HIALEAH PARK Drift Sun Top Mahomet Falsehood Sue Terry All Play Tide Jesting Queen Fanny Betty Wee Grry Sash Flossinc Jane Tvlc Shasta Lover Sea Fox Bobs Play Weather clear track fast ready arc trying to smooth the waysided over by Harold G Irons who V rtn o i1 avi t i tV in TLJTi economic rehabilitation measures Mr Roosevelts goal is a 60day session which would be the shortest extra meeting of Congress in thc memory of legislative veterans As far as in turn introduced Mr Mead Others seated at the speaker table were Edward Droher district governor and a member of the At lantic City Rotary Club Wilmer Krusen president of the Philadelphia Congressional leaders Club the Rev Park W Huntington Cornelius J Garretsoa and Roycicn K Bryan DIES A SUICIDE I IN IRISH Continued on Pasrc Seven Police Magistrate Puts Lid on Bethel Court the L A campaign on vice as practiced in Bethel Court was sounded this morn ing when Police Magistrate Michael A Honan fined the proprietor of an alleged disorderly house 5100 and r andfwarmer cosik or 90 days in the county prison today witn occa Sm fafrnoon Pennsylvania New Jer WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED FOR AREA v Eastern sey Delaware and Maryland It will AT FAIR GROUNDS Macaw Royal Lass MufT Grief Weather clear track muclclv be generally fair and colder tomor fore a WOman inmate S50 and cots or 30 days in jail and a patron of the place S15 nd c t or dav ai first fir AT HAVANA Mole My Madam Dark Dawn Life Princess Virginia La Golondrina Gradisct H Dark Ayr Infi Shot Tib rocrn T Decorous AthcJ Weather clear track fast row The highest temperature here yes j tcrday was 53 degrees at p m and the lowest was 42 at 802 a m i The average of 48 was sixteen de i grees above normal for the date but two degrees the average Jan i uary 24 last year Maximum tem perature for the date is 59 estab lished in 1932 and minimum zero in 1832 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m Eastern Standard time XAMED RECEIVERS and now I want to serve timely warn ing that I intend to break up vice in Bethel Court cvnn if I have to send every one arrested in that district to jail said the magistrate as the trio were marched back to cells A gasp from court hangerson went up when the sentences fell like a bombshell One of the most nter M an Slay s Wife and Daughter in Dispute Blows OiT Own Head ERIE Pa Jan argument which had lasted most of the night John ShafTer M shot and killed his xvifr and daughter in1 a bedroom of their home here and thrn died a suicide The victim Mr Martha j ShafTer 53 and hnr daughter gini 21 Leonard Shaffer 27 a son i was unhurt He hurried into the bedroom but arriTd too late to i thwart thr man j I Police were told that 3naiTer and i i his wife argued most last night i over the naif of their home Mrs ShafTer finally retired with her daughter and early today Shaffer j j pounded on thc door and called out j Are you going to live with me any j more He wife replied No Shaffer broke I down the door and fired four times with the shotgun Thc first three i show killed his vifc and the fourth i took the life of his daughter He then j blew his own head off jusl as Leonard rushed into the room NEW KENSINGTON Pa Jan Former President of Re public Thinks He Has Won Over De Valera Donald Wyatt of the Armstrong Association of Philadelphia a Negro uplift organization addressed the members of thn Ruth L Bennett Im provement Association at a regular mnotinpr of that group held in thc Wilson Memorial Day Nursery Sec ond and Rcancy strrcts last evening His topic was Industry and the Negro Others taking part in thc program j were Mrs Margaret Miles Mrs I Christine Smith of the Stata Em i ploymcnf Bureau Mrs Ada Thomp j son Mrs Alary Hunt Mrs Ann Collcy I and Ruth L Bennett WIDOW GKTS ESTATE An estate valued at more than S336000 was bequeathed to his widow Mrs Katherine L Brown by T Wis tar Brown 3rd former cotton broker and member of an old Philadelphia family found dead of carbon mon oxide poisoning in his garage last week REVOLT LOOMS Senate Committee Warned by Farm Bureau Head at Hearing WASHINGTON Jan CUP An Agrarian revolution is possible within a year unless Congress takes action toward relief of the farmer the Senate Agriculture Committee was warned today by Edward G O Neal president of thc American Farm Bureau Federation ONeal advocated reduction of thc gold content of thc dollar and adop tion of the B allot ment farm relief program You Senators know the terrible conditions of agriculture ONeal told thc committee when it hear ings on thc billion dollar measure whichalready has passed thc Housc There is no necessity for me to go into thc details of that Unless something is done for the Continued on Page Seven THIEF TOOK OVERCOAT Edward Hampton 1126 Walnut1 street parked his automobile on Third street near Market street last night and when he returned to the place a short time later discovered the loss of his overcoat which he reported to police Topics of T This country has invented a new war machine a flyingtank which is said to be equal to 1000 men Far Eastern papers pleasc copy An automat beerdispensing ma chino has been invented to set out a glass of sttds when a nickle is dropped in thc slot The only trouble with this is can it say this one is on the house Sergeant Farraday admires the cover of the Chester Times 1933 Year Book He said thc color of the Dela ware river on the map is muddy CORK Ireland Jan Former President William T Cos grave was leading Eamonn De two io one as thc count began in thc general elections hire today DUBLIN Jan be lieve Ive won Former Prcsidrn William T Cos grave of thf Irivh Free State oner sentenced to bo by the British made this statcmcnv today as count ing of thc heaviest vote ever cast in thc history ofIreland was begun In the balance of this genera elec tion precipitated bitter political frifrny President j After all the lame duck amend i ment us one quack remedy not to be i despised says Dan Kelly i New Jersey Ls preparing for the i rcpca1 of the 18th Amendment sez our Bridgeport correspondent You cant fool those Jnrseyites Tliey knew nil the time we had the 18th Amendment cstcd spectators was Edward Bass fori double tragedy which police i mer boss of the Bethel Court domainbelieve climaxed domestic quarrels who lost little time in getting out of i left the five children of Mr and Mrs the courtrom when the prisoners were j Nick Kornoroski orphans today returned to cells The prisoners Thomas Canfrina 24 of Maple Shade j of the Russian parents that kornoro Through an interpreter police said Honan by Anna Cue Joseph Guc 26 were slated they were told by a fouryearold son 1 Stotcsbury street will be arraigned Judge Kirkpatrick of the United N J Annabelle Johnson Negro 39 States District Court at Philadelphia i Fayette street alleged proprietress yesterday appointed Warren A Reyni and Rose Randolph 27f an inmate olds and Alfred Kaufman receivers j She gave an address on Market street turned the gun on himself ski shot and killed his wife while she worked in the kitchen of Their home near here and then went upstairs and under bond of S15000 for the United lanufacturing Company Inc manu of childrens pi ay ins vch etc of Clifton Heights and Philadelphia ATLANTA Ga Jan Al Capone today lost his attempt to win frcedom on a writ of habeas cor pus from his 10year sentence in the federal penitentiary for income tax cvaiion Federal Judge Underwood granted the governments motion to thr writ He handed down his riii Eamonn DC Valera dissolved the i ing in a ninepage opinion which Dail him the future economic policy went into the legal intricacies in of the Free volved If definite announcement of rej Thc drcision will bo carried to thr turns expected Friday or Saturday i United States Court of Appeals bv show that victory ha iionft to Capones William E praves adhorcnts it wiJI mean IreLeahy and William J Hughes Jr of land will clcavo clone to Great Brit Washington D C Chicago former public cnomy No I sought freedom on a contention that thc statute of limitations invalidated his conviction Kc contended the of fenses on which he was tried and convicted occurred more than three years prior to his indictment Blank and smiling slightly thinner than before his incarceration Capone appeared in Federal Court twice re cently and listened to lengthy and WILL HOLD INQUEST IN McNAMARA CASE A speaker here said idle factories arc a distressing sight But we might further add for utter desolation you have to hand It to our exminiature golf courses Continued on zff Seven Arrested on a warrant obtained in the office of Magistrate Michael A on He for a hearing this afternoon charges of assault and battery was held for the continued hearing when given a preliminary hearing in police court this morning Willfam Bayncs 46 Morton avenue neax Mary street j Whjn found by police Mrs Kor Canfrina walked into police station j noroski still Dipped a broom which also arrested on a warrant charging last night and said he had been robbed j she had used defend herself The him with surety of thc peace was hold i body of the father was found seated Continued on Page Seven COLD KILLS 22 Investigation of the death of Wil Ham L MrNamara 9 217 Worrilow street Limvood will be conducted by Coroner J E Scheehle tomorrow afternoon when an inquest will be held in i he office of Deputy Coroner White at Third and N orris streets The child was struck by a car driven by Lawrence J McAvoy 1038 Garrctt road Philadelphia while he was roller skating on Ridge road near Huddell avenue Saturday afternoon The lad was rushed to the Chester Hospital where he died within an hour McAvoy who is secretary to thc Congressman from Hawaii Victor K Houston was accompanied in the car by David K Bent Jr of 2114 North street N W Washington D C the owner McAvoy was arrested by Chester police and held for the Coroners jury under bail U S TREASURY Theres improvement here and there but the drugstores in the east em end of thc county seem to hold up better than any others chimes Darby Dan Despite their slashes in city expen ditures and everything else Philadel phia ha been making more money than most large cities The mint is still there Pat Hanley says the average soap box oratqr can never understand whafc valid claim the other fellow has to a political job The Weather Continued on Seven in a bedroom chair PARIS Jan for a hearing before two deaths were reported today as Thomas C Berry of the Third ward a cold wave enveloped France WASHINGTON Jan The Treasury net balance for Jan 23 was expenditures that day were 5879154854 customs receipts for the month through Jan 123 were WASHINGTON Jan UP Eastern Pennsylvania Rain with slowly rising temperature tonight Thursday fair and colder Western Pennsylvania Fair and colder tonight Thursday generally fair and colder TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a 3H 10 a m 38 11 a m 40 Noon 4 42 43 i2 1 p m JV H   

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