Chester Times, February 1, 1933

Chester Times

February 01, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKI PAIM 4 I lit I I VI ION KOR sin M<>\ I HS IN DING S 11*1 I M BKR 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ic With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VK AR—NO. 17.505. »d Wire r# if r Pre* INS lt*P» (Ii KST HK, PA.. WK ONKS PAY, FERRI.ARA’ I. im PRICK, TWO CENTS HOISE ‘OPEN LAW Legislative to Pa*s Tuesdav Pl SHES SUNDAY* TO FINISH Forces F.xpcct Hill In Next VACATIONISTS’ CARS TRAPPED BY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN BLIZZARD Then Will Ru*h ll to Senate; Mack, Roper Fat or Measure HARRISBURG, Pa Fob I UP Rf IJT a I of t law* moved today when 11 vc. ad van 1794 Prnnsylva step nearer rci r House of Rep rn md i' log. ornia Lier# appeal rn no prwti’ .Maries to block plans to adopt bill finally by Tuesday of next w and rush it to the Senate xx herr progress will be slower and rn more doubtful. While i c hue*    of    speeches    rn..* •'desecrating the sabbath and op mg the way to a “continental 8 riav ’ were still resounding, the Mn law and order commit lf voted ov whelminglv to report the Srhw blur law rev! don measure. Amendm'u    v    re nr.(fie    • • measure int rot! n -*d by Represer live Schwartz, Pi:, .<. iph.u. befoi came out o committee The Srhw ut .7 nine .idx'w.c ,j Connie Mack, oi the Philaddp Athletics; VV    W    Roper.    Ion Princeton roach, and other speak at the hearings which preceded favorable report, would permit ti nicipalities to determine individu. whether thee    shall    hate    Suns afternoon sports and limits th sports to '‘outdoor" activities The Rev, Will,am B lorn*-., rn persistent advocate of retaining \\\ UT TF ALTI FRS* FIN NL DECISION settlement of the matter of an adonai IO per cent salary cut, (nigh contribution, in addition to * IO per cent, contribution which \ have made, has not yet been ohed by the teacher* In the local ioois, it is said by members of the iooI bourd • ne*' the de thin k. at tin* meeting FROM JOLLY OLD ENGLAND die rn Mat de nett alter a ii opinion was d more time t The results n* the executive .soci.ition have Charles P I a f the ,’hool boa- , tm H id in the d and Cr<v>bv st !,i• been aul in I Hill final de* ive reached ut t I ai a meet mg Jinni it tee of been made t. Jr. pres!-it tended the rn building, libers id the ne will pr. i Mont Fe bn ia cut was WI PP the board, the me ’!dement would be ban last Monday. I IMI CAI’SI/KI) HOA ! IN MARSHES If I on Ii fled as One* I sot! Dx I il l Ii Ward Ko> s NI iws-iiitf Since Sundax kW -V rn ‘I Iii* pirlnre ei\e* a vivid periraval of how i sudden blizzard, rasing through southern < alifoitiia's Bemad inn mountains, trapped ? aaa winter va. tlioiitst*. Note the long line of a ill ult. ft ile* literally buried in snow, I hr dren drift* locked hundreds of ears I, aaa f« < t up in (tie mountain* far It hour*. Al lie DOWT d last n r raps! of ho|>r that Al ■ Vander Lovelier! avenue, mig lit b iht u ith the find rd boat In th av side of Us Delm m ne taws sport*, was prospect of the House, sucres* In ct In th" I parsed a s on vote, but th nutter In law and or* by Sen. Tr favor* Bund SOUS refused hi* commit t would do wi The Hou e it* calendar The Se T Of '! Hon or uried a auld el bill p Hot ■ . !, I * >1 5 a. w d pf ■ r >■ NEW JEFFERIS SCHOOL OPENS (Graham S< bool arid Two Bungalow I’nits doted by Board One of t    -    ;*!•    *    «■<•!.    'Is    Mid two temporary bungalow school buddings which have served »s a pi. de TITLE SF \Bi TIER'S FNI SI XL .MISHAI* Mi Ralph h given lr Accord employe< delphi*" i bv 1 T Con i pi king ;i" r b t e-Land Th: lait. when top of if eight FIREMEN UDING COUNTY HOSPITAL Fiwcuds oi Sunday Mo\-inu Dict lire Show s .Maintain Dispcn^arN Sunder moving picture shows In Both slit on the Jet sex River. out h* have been misaim Sunday morning, when the or Chester Island til a two at They planned tmppim hut never reached the is their frail craft was tosser ik vvhen th»v reached mid > a furv by I hi •wept the At COMMISSARIES FOR PA. RELIEF IS PINCHOT AIM (governor Says These Cornin uni tx Fnits Solve Stale’s Problem Can Feed I nomployed fin Less Money; Cive Balanced Ration t HARRISBURG, Pi, Fob. I -(UPI - Community commissaries offer the only method bv which relief run be Riven the 2.000OOO needy Pennsylvanian* with the funds available, Governor Gifford Pinchot declared today. ‘ Ii those who ohire! to the plan would inspect the commissaries established in York and Erie/’ he said, “I Mn sure they would have a different view of the situation. Under tile plan it is not on!v possible to feed the unemployed for less money, but to give them a seicntiflr-nlly balanced ration ‘ Pinrhot said in a letter to Judice Ralph H Smith. Pittsburgh, who wrote the executive on the commissary plan An official of the State Kmergenrv Relief Board said that a child could be fed for .VI years on what it would east to care for him in a slate hos-P tai as Hie result of malnutrition ** he continued, and on Ute basis of Hie present food orders, such a condition is bound to increase,” The Governor, in discussing nbtec-tlons of vat iou.* retail and wholesale grocers to the plan, said it was impossible to “subsidize every grocer in the state because of tile depression.” “It is well to observe that only a comparatively small part of the food looks, however charming, are Ut*ohing and tin* is Lillian Harvel, vita i taos British Metres, nim ha* come lo our shores, aud not Marlene Dietrich ■ ' 1    "    " 'n neighboi . ►< •; ! ade ’ is iou max have supposed . . . Lillian i* an expert swimmer, darner, skater, Gffiria s of the relief board ex amt Is nill! about fast driving but iu*l non she'* chiefly concerned nith Panned today that a i tea ale I i rd. Th (he Hat rah Moo boy the] gim boat, identlfl aith*, was to Pilger, a riv near what Ii Po BnM’im’iit t»f I Ti i LicItT -phia Store a*ais w men mu registry Continued on l,;i*t 1‘aqe PIKE POLK E CHIEFS ELECT OI T K KRS of t h<‘ . rom pie* const rue Paoli- *hoo A J en exec; t. vt n ,< • *.:: it rf th** Chester Pike c hief* of Police Anociation, held Monday evening at Ridley Park police headquarter-. mend W. Sakers. eh.rf of poller Ridley Park, was re-* lee; d pre ic oi the group lor the third cone* five year. Other officers chosen wet (Tri Wmther, of Sharon H president; Chief .John Ma* \ Glenolden, treasurer, and Pi Russell a. Congdon, of Rid! faculty me ferred to ti The next meetin Ridley Park on Tim ruary 21, to which reheels and metnbf in the area revere Hon will he invite lect IU . U * Cl UK IIIIAI v»» In appoint rn )f the most in it ruction and i I while the in! * WASHINGTON, Reb I 'INS)—'also very scrv, fIr3rurvf balance as of Jan. 30,    pleading    anne T?n 467 13; expenditures. $9,095,629 60; ^h:ch customs recipts, $17,694 671 BR. school, at Twelfth street and Melrose avenue, and the Graham School, located rn F.evenih and Madison streets. The latter building was one' of the old* t schools in Chester and . in it mair of the very oldest resident* . of this city rec'T od th* *r grade school f education Some of the Graham t School pupils have been assigned to i>ecu- Larkin School sn order that the building mnh b Go d a* an rcon-Chit i omy mec.surt propo < d by the .school directors, The principal of the new Jeffers ol is Muss Mary I.. Massey, who been at th*' head * f tim Orab: n school faculty for many years : id who has had long >mivice in Ch*. , schools A number of th! Or he v school faculty and the Sun Villa" MAYOR REFUSES TC SIGN PETITION I ne rn p I o \ cd (I r o ii f) Planned to Present Object ions to I»ov. Pinchot The ■ ;; nd VV or th* IL ow turn-in ort aln- r county ing us 4 v, w h* re crit .vs : m no* ted in,. pal J men were killed and anolh* v Injured today in Philadt l hen a freight elevator fell ai o th** t* *itom of the shaft i Bnelienburg At Company de ic h. inurn ach Park. has rnminata* d^t r I bu ti* Ration, si piec ed C upon Ma morning t h* if r* o r* lay evening, robe principals of of school boards by the assoria -There will be ha vt been j by a member of school, obile Club. I’, S. I It I \^l Kl B XI.ANC E es have h ew school, ut* the ti :. flu i pm en I ] crab Tin O B partiality and ri mg practice! 'iief funds, a de!e-> pre sent the Unem-of th. city, called lam Ward, Jr, this alg that the city * I one action to w as I** ter O Br,* n ire * ated a petition council asking that abolished together “demands.” pri o clos mg Jan and continue in >re the a- committee ndleburv ii lif-S A. Mi I he money < Comm it t* e families. It ie to conto ii to a id in r the En- rn** inbounced i he hospital, sum would CK sat if Ul’s Opt *.»--isI ing r. T. C Besa ommut. can pi * ut it the propored HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt Fnllfrt rrr**) no presents a their “complaint' nee. Tile school, When speaking is operated on the platoon Bys- commissary plan tor the distribution tem as are all modern public .schools, of food throughout the State, which contains    eigh? rooms, a    teachers'    is opposed bitterly bv    the Unemployed l oom and    a    la rue playroom,    w hich is    Council, O Bn* n received    a very em- ----------pi va t ic “No." when    he    asked the ( mtimi-d on Last Base    mayor if he would    urn    a petition irawn u}> bv the unemployed and ates! mo vv MTU un line of tin hosp! ti cork b> for the past icily crowds, ion pictures. ■I a wav from the city of I a? that used by lid floating bv man, who has a known as thr h point opposite Crosby re point, out, that if the w iled it may be weeks before IL are recover* <i, as drag -lid be useless, due to the .strong tides thai have prevailed for the past several days and also from ; the fart that no one knows the spot where the boat overturned. John Vila father of one of the boys, who was i rvmg a short tem Media Jail, having been comm there by Magistrate Thomas C, Berry was discharged this week so that h* might aid in the search for his ami and the latter s companion Vila win arrested again yesterday for hems drunk, but war. discharged bv Magistrate Honan in pollee court today Cireumstances surrounding hi* arrest were not, learned by anyone in police! court, as Patrolman Martin, who1 * texUficd, leaned over the niftgistraH desk and mumbled in Voice that even Hie police clerk, who inspected 1ft rniMUt was sitting alongside the magistrate accident by a municipal inspector wa- unable to understand what he Greene raid the bottom of the WHS r inc.    elevator fell away from tile rid* hurtling Hie men and their cargo SIV XRTHMORE HOME KOIHtFI): ALTO TAKEN JANI VOV VV VII MEST EVER KECORIIKI)  _____ ,    eat    majority making    brr    American film debut with    Jnlin    Bole*    a    jolly    sarees*    anti that *food orders Issued    bv county *«>ri of thing,    committees were Used at chain stores. "We are spending millions for food. '■*' and the numbers of I    A    ll A    AT    a    Il/fsl    If    unemployed    are increasing    fLuf- one official said. Af the present rate of increase It will cost file State $150.000 000 a year 'n feed, cloth, shelter and warm those in need with'n another year. Obviously we have no way of securing TWO KILLED IN JAPAN LIKELY ELEY ATOR FALL TO QUIT LEAGUE Kn-ijiht Carrier Drops lo Adion Believed Imminent ' 11 "    »|lr"i»ovr as I a I)i ii eI Meets**» !?»'?!.* ii* to make what we have extend as J Thou id Char ■    ,    Under    the    commissary    plan,    lf I od ay    (    0,lts    ^    and    seven-tenths    cents    to I feed a person per day, while an arl-, TOKIO, Fit) I -<UPi TI era ll of (^'lonal tenth of a cent will include Hie Japanese delegation to the League    r.    *    *    ,    ,. * of Nations will be th.* first step to- 11 WM    n'“ff    hfl    rarh    rnmmfs* < ward Japans resignntion from the **rv 'vnu,rt1 h*v* » trained nurse, an I League, Hie Japan* News Agency ie-xpr-rt rook and a 'contact woman ’ Nippon F>* u p*) fore* , t fodtn I ins ,n mak'’ ,hr )»nemploved fed they ae. OU xvii! tv foilmv.d bv Japanese I*™ tnoi giving charity, but their withdrawal fin n Hie di armament ,,UP fron» ,»'rlr W*®w citizens berm* and I a st Iv, bv her resign-Kr*w,r . ,hrv    without    work brough no fault of their own. ’sign- ll CW! T for* pen A he injured man, Chati* , 42, Negro, Philadelphia, cd to tile at Jette* on 11* n j I were employes of the stir nips on was operating the eh W; ngeru ll from Hie League, the As to Hie el,urn that food orders provide a healthful diet.” the gover-* x- I tgkK)    Feb    I *    INR* Japanese    i    nor J‘fll<** ’’,hat Rimply ridiculous. kl. I withdrawal    front    the    I * ague of Na-    We find that in artual prartice under and I toras apiJtssrcd almost inevitable to-!fno<1 nrf,rrs thp nourlshmerft per day Hor I rn,V HS tile cabinet met to render IU    fill*    as low as SOO ralories. J * ll G *0“ lf- ll! -n,„ of ti* fin,,] mn on |, 4fc. „ attempts to 'Ah iP ,0° iK n rf*enable amount urii a low store, declared the elevator had b* **n end the Bmn-Japan* se Manchurian nnd ,hp r°n»munitv markets supply sd ,A ------  n    f    *    up to 2600 No on# who is st ail It was patent that resistance to the    Ute    situation    ran defend ague policy of Mating IU views on! for a minute the statement that hap-»e dispute had reached high pitch h*”)rd buyingunder food orders Us Ss V Count Va Silva Uehlda, fOfeign    ns    »    .    - limiter rejKirted to th** cabinet the! J Ihf> leiirf i>oard has three sets of HOFE TO OBEN KOFI) FLAMS NEXT WEEK AT \(.l X I XIII VI I DI I1ROI lot or Com INS* Th* Ford .vzed bv a strike early next said todnv The .Ma merit of Corr. pa ny cla*ed bv production B wed annotine Manufaetui x its two plan had “resum* I—Aera ( rotten. 1Jr. Louis Barnman. Blonder B o y d Met lee I’ i Carter, Bf he. XXee Drop, Beth booses ho; > reopen Hogan. .Inc Band. Lean**.    early next week, a Ford ?—Mar jean a—Brig O' fea r. Beige, Hitter. I’ar;*-wirk, Bill lirnrv, I oha co, I avorit II. 1—XX ch ker. 5—<»ten Ivv. Bink aiiiin»*•    production" with a skeleton fore! ft—Un I rife. Corsage, Red ( a*inn. (MO work* is llercisinan. Wilmer The Wizar«i. Hie I*.: I Comp.uh, a *    >:    d    I, Patuxant    present indications, may b*- abl*- 7 — Rosie tora. Homewood. Now open Us Rouge plant a! Dear!. Mama, Golden Sport, lair Xllan n<Moimav the . k* n,.*n Jay Walker. Orrin Weather, (lear; track, good.    ai!*:    A    .    font in,-min how upon the success of the Briggs cr VI HIALEAH PARK    actual quantity p duct ion underway. I — Mi** Xvenstrin, ( ircean. Conventional, Miguel X. Suarez. By ■ un DR. l\ M. FF A USON Nalut D'Xmour, 2—’I opple. Sweep* tone, JuMa >un-bearn. Hair Trigger. Tomfoolery. .7— Bay R*»*f. '— f\nnei. ■—(None), ft—tXnnei. 7 — i\one). Weather, clear; track, fa t. SLIGHTLY KETTER ■'men til* v intend to present to Governor Pinchot, opposing the comml -ry plan. Mayor Ward evreed v. n some of the suggestions made by the commute* but nothing definite carne about a* the result of the meeting. WELFARE AGENCY WORK DISCUSSED Delaw are County IMF T II card ( h a i r m a n , Speaker a1 Conference The real solution of unemplov rn* nf hardship lies with Uncle Ham ndhrr t iia n with the voluntary welfar* agency, in til*- opinion of Kenneth L M Pray director of the Pennsylvania School of Social and Health Work, It** expressed this conclusion during an address at the annual conPr-fuci' of th** Community Council rd Delaware while only a the bounriar Philadelphia, where all Sunday entertainments are taboo CRUIT OF STUDENTS AT (OI RT SESSION A group nf twenty-1 wo .students of •’ i '•)>' • r* a1 la vv Ga.vs of Collingual" High School, headed by Wilfred Earner, ms'motor, visited courtrooms Thieves wiio ransacked th** h**me If B Pa amole at 545 St rat ii Huvm! , avenue, Swarthmore, last night, arc i January made b* I loved to have es<apcd with their nigid afi*r hangl loot in the automobile of Attorney rmP ,,f the warm* Jam* * A Cochrane winch was parked I u. ,    ,    , a few doors above the Passmore home ^ r ’?r t bv the owner Mr and Mrs Passmore    i«nveo    i returned to their home at 12 30 o'clock this morning from a social engagement and found the interior in disorder. Entrance had been gained through a kit* lien window. A cursory cheek-up showed some jewelry, two suits of clotho*, a dress, a watch and some trinkets taken. Mr Cochrane was visiting neighbors of the Passmores and around midnight start*1*! home, only to And his automobile gone. Swarthmore police began an investigation of tit** double theft. Mi Pa more is employed by tile County Na Hima I Bank, this •    M    *    ii Trust Company branch. minister, iej>o result of ids conference with Prince Kimmochl Halon JI, last of the elder . tat* «»en. Y*»suke Matsuoka, Japan* e delegate to Hie league, will receive in- ' exit last mld-g up a r* < <>rd for i Januaryi in Hie diier bureau, and itdy to equal lf not die' otic for adults, anotlrer for children from eight to 16 and a third for those from two to eight. Orders on tile eommi ary would he drawn for the various ages and trac tions as soon as they are adopted    8‘v*.    Pnr,h    member    of    th- by the cabinet. International News Participating family a balanced. .Service learned on high authority scientific diet. Uieo* instructions are; I Tokio is prepared to continue negotiations of Hi** Manchurian dis- M XX •*! II ll > I It IK F CI ARKSBUnO, w Va. Feh I id. as increasing pule through the league provided hINS* Mediation was to be resorted miewhat warmer conciliation ran ta’ obtained bv ap- to here today in an effort to settle prediction today plication of paiagrapii 3, article 15, tpz* strike whirh yesterday closed the ham* and flutes of Hi*- league covenant    j    plant    of    the    Thomas    McBride    Ola:.* i 2 The league's policy of non-recog- Works as 50 woi kera walked out. surpass that re* cloudiness and temperature is ti in Fa*tcrn P» nm adjoining 'Ilie average t* rnp*raturc of 43 yes- muon of th** Man*hukuo government terday was lo d* gr< es aijove normal in Manchuria is not consistent with tile a vi 34 degrees above the ame dare last year th*1 demands of Hi** Japan* pie. j*eo- 1*1.ANS LUH M HOOL Plans and specifications for a new X I It XBI, I ICB K NKW hipper.* or 'our t, Hie Juris of the refed air*! afore th# **( Bl BMI Is I ll I ll amp ORK, Feb. I 'UP* Poultry feed cill* kens cement, gnu* cr shells on market eta*,' it their wright, and so^k dark for the same purpose, New ■prs charged at a conferenc* v < I afft practises, iifkl undej of th* Fed* ritl Trade Com Ar Hokanson. Philadelphia, architect*. The bids aft due February 20. J Opicsof I jjlYCS J M ore on th dad. u Us he d the Street St women to schedule i ■.choel work. ce*dings i nd take up Court Pi . 11 will And mg liabili ne students $8455. 'Ii * a* hers and formerly ol hours as Twelfth ; this city. cr Co lire, druggists, ii mi'/ v* ars occupied a ground floor of Broad Philadelphia, filed a hjntary bankruptcy pro-t*' United States District * iphia yesterday, ?how- Mlld Bf RESO E COUNTY FAMILY ON KOOK 3 Final conciliation of the confit ct hlk^ school building to be erected at must b, readied only through direct I Yf,Hdon.h*vC.]*eT!1 prf IK1fId ,b! ,Hf"- negotiation between China and ror's Japan. 4 Japan refuses to recognize Hie right of non-member nations to participate in league conciliation attempts. 5. If the foregoing points nre ac-<• pi;(hie to the league, Japan will Culberf.*nn, the card expert, sav* concede certain minor point    that outside of    love, bridge    is    th# 6 Should the committee of    nineteen    greatest indoor    sport.    But    the    av* of the league apply paragraph    man feels safer loving his wifo article 15. of the league covenant to    he does playing bridge with her, final league action in the dispute ’,    - there will be nothing for Japan    to    Thev’re still talking    about an    as- do. ’    distant chief of    police    here.    Not    to mention some others on the force.  ......... f    1    ’    pi    'ha*    when    the J M Ktoevrr A Fun itll ink .Mail, W ife and mn* (ii ui'd with dr;*mg p Hi*- bt: • ai,* lei down on brei thetcll be G K NUVA Feb. I - * INS* Tile League of Nations sub-committee of drug store a! Kdgmont avenin Son Saved by Firemen This Morning Financial Expert Appeal* Inflation >f XI Ii WAN A I—Thatched Heof, Red i.ikker, fun" Bride. Damo( ie*. I—I.rail Jane. *iefan* Las*. 7— None i. I—K. Russell. 5—Proteus, ft—Charlie ( hun. 7—I q’sd, *am *>li( k. Xix Hero, Surely Popcorn. **tara(cne. XXeather—(lear. Track—last. Phil adelphla a nd the Dr Paul Com ntv We I fare Conn oper led ’ast c '/mini : in ti the Vi ram patient in Si na (ford Hot are work* el. Ph prs of Ila clr* J j: this Washing- tend *d the op- ening SCS MOI ■ 18. me i** in a sr by ilendid ae Attorney J H Wa r .st from d afi"r en chai Re Iii rm r n af cf Board t he De I aw. B ria in recommt practice imm XT I XIR (.ROI Mi* I— None). ’— None i. I—Round Up. J— None . 5—XX at rh Girl. ft— None . 7 — None 8—MHVT Tnx f'rjitc. Weather, raining track, muddy. Slight improvemer f.r»dav in the condit M Pearson. Gove rn* Islands, who has bern a tile Emergency Hospital, ton. D C. since Decemhei Dr Pearson, whose he Swarthmore. is suffenn pneumonia, which develope operation Physicians at the hospital say, that while his condition is somewhat improved he is still a very sick man.” GENERAL ERICE TO MEE FROTKST Major General William G Pre Jr.. of this city, who will ret! shortly as division commander of t Pennsylvania National Guard, w visit Governor Pinchot today and a vocate 'he relent.on of Philadelphia    MXN    Bt    RNN    TO    Bl    XIII a-- headquarters for the organization ALLENTOWN Pa. Feb. I <UF It was repored the guard heariquar- William Trexler. 79 'err would be moved to Harrisburg death la*? night in a nth til js estate V." ti,oyes of “It I lr- nation ic- leg isis1 of Pnn Then t. ii* if th tv, ta id to- such radical \> ion in the rr.oneHzaUon of emphasized th* gold dollar a ■ abject, wa* ther inflHtionar.*. mi was de- rv, ho add' d ' No man in I n th* ,g to the Trappe burning Mr and their so br*;*)k ar we! r re,*.* ret t f Tt Mild mg g “I u rvry of tiu* Sino-Japanese Manchu-m dispute, today completed the prelimit ,uv report win* Ii may precipitate Where there's a will there's—always withdrawal *if Japan from G* neva. a few lawyers and a crowd of anxious The report contained no recoin- relatives, roof of their mendations for action, but the sub-1 ie at 6 30 a in, today, j committee will ask th** committee of C lf Miitenberger. and ninet**n to furnish these when it Harold, seven, Collen- meets .Saturday. at,* roans. Aronmiink S()M|,;U ||AT WARMER poi r lied by f Drexel H -men Of the < ii; ! (.Yanpa ny. mo',*'j**d by Mr >. j'.-. awakened I list as many go up. Anyone should give a bachelor reasons why he .should marry. But the $1500 difference in his income fat exemption isn't one of them,' pip s Tommy Reardon. WK VI HICK NUCUM UCI) re -    1 on of !{. Fur rec es arid some-irtlon today New Jersev, There will sorrow, with This has been one of (he hottest January* on record, weather bureau ecords reseal. Show thus to the wife the next time she rompiains about th# house boing chil Iv. Ti Ii) qed by Mi • Pray He propo c d the During the past two y •s the ea n q UC.St IO cr Ut of tin * pen ding h •deraI gei vernmcnt ha s sought ii! ev< man IIS * in rom re lief rn leas ure, ti rrryin g direr! t ao- r permitted under existing st at ut*". "I h e on iv pi opriati ions of a! • $500 OOO.OOO, to force a ri'1 • in com rn od i prices ]w U ai* Ult of lr I im rn ‘ ai* dc use in ti: se states d a red a* Hoi I in the ext hat ige value th ft n' i*w an Sp' ak! ng about cond! lions in D* J- Cif the dollar " I he economist Clot Hared of Hi* * dolls av ITH FP CC run! tv, Mr Bink .son sale Inflation as a policy of th* 1 K' avern- ‘Th is me Wht it i ye mr cot I feren co comr nittee *nt is no lot iger a theory. J t is a d*' hts, inch kindly i req i lasted a rn irnb'T f cl" termined. ur 'qualified in" on of * re rein r* governmeni whose great I (-j grot is cor i tx. and ( ontinued on East Page 5 hi r* failure of ii? inflat ion a tty over- pr. i es still < deb id yrs and * nh able senses value of a ' he said further ad-all prices to meed va hit* f Of the st I dii: bed b ufe and I a climbed or Hi losing ioar •nehru* sit the furth jut of line rates, freight chan ye; to produce the son gilt-for elf higher prices    wage cla.v itteatione. notably printer? Money rates have been reduced to anthracite miners and strongly un burning too J bedroom. M? old and we an climbed out t* porch roof outside iii*- bedroom window ” Mr. Miitenberger shouted for help and a neighbor, Rob* :' If B ur, who iivi-.• at 721 Coil'abrook road, was awakened. II** telephoned for firemen. 'I he trapped family was aided down ladders bv volute oer firemen who also * ntered the how >• and rescued a pet eat winch wa over* rime by smoke b 49 dcg: *1 th rn If this depiTssion has done nothing ■ it lias lessened the number of people who are anxious to evade Jury ■* here ves- duty, pipes our court reporter, 3 15 p. m., 8 02 a rn. r th# date 1916, and The Weather Max un urn tempera ta is 64. established '■*    1    XX    AN III VG TON, Feb. I—(UP) — ,    1    Forecast    for    tonight    and    Thursday: I’ ni ’    11    "rn    Eastern    Pennsylvania and New terser: ( luudv follower! bv rain to~ I HBI \ \ FT ACK niKht *nd f>ossib,v Thursday morn- S I I I I It * (• /pi nment action of as utility certain Firemen said the C after O'-n'ral Pric*'* re".rrmrnt a' ' hr •' rf CT Economj was gn en a the reavon. ing, warmer tonight, p or 0f Western Pennsylvania: Cloudy, pre- Church, Third ceded bv rain. warmer in extrema . J. ff:»■ re-" wa ti l'ken with east portion tonight; Thursday partly it* indigestion, following    the eve- cloudy, slightly colder. iz,e apparently    rung services, Sunday, it    was re started in the cellar in a pile of rub- yea led yesterday. bish.    Dr.    Raymond B. Loughead was burned    to    unprecedented    levels.    The    Federal    ionized    rail    employes.    The    front    portion    of the    place, a    summoned and administered to the hleh de-    Reserve    banks have    loaded    their    port-    "The    great    problem cif todav is not 3-storv, double    stucco house,    was de-    clergyman, who for a time    xva in a KHI XX s I I XI PE K X ll RES Trexier wa- alone. ie. His her /."'pm folio*:    with govern ni'-nt see urine the deslrabilit time of 'he fir# and Loan- ,a- - u mad" to pre "r ! th* least mischiev deflation of bank deposit;*, bank in*, it.’ of :he strovcd. Th" occupants of the ad-j critical condition. Rev Smaller is mg joining house were awakened, but did still confined to his bed. but his con-1 not Hee.    clition is unproved.    ^ 6 a. rn. . .... 36 ll a rn. . a. in. . ____36 Noon 47 8 a. rn. . 36 I P. rn. . 47 9 a, rn. . .. .. 4ft 2 p. rn. . .... 47 i IO a. rn. .... 42 .. ^ „ ;