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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1O8 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17508 Dailv Leased Wire Reports United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY FEBRUARY4 1033 PRICE TWO CENTS BAIL FOR TWO FORMER BANK OFFICIALS Wilcox and Hardcastle Given Prison Terms to Appeal Sentences Two Companions Escape With Order to Make Res titution of Funds Two former officials of the Subur ban Title and Trust Company of Upper Darby who were given jail sentences yesterday when they ap peared before Judge Samuel L Reed of Cambria county at Media were or dered freed on bail Two others es caped with monetary punishment The men were convicted on July 8 last on charges of embezzlement of of the banks funds Judge Reed who was the trial judge on December 30 refused motions for new trials George Wilcox 50 former president of the bank cuavictcd on nineteen counts varying from embezzlement to making false statements was sen tenced on one count to pay a fine of S1000 make restitution in the amount of 512000 and serve three to six years in the Eastern Penitentiary in addition to paying the costs in the case John M Hardcastle Jr 40 of Me dia former title officer found guilty of thirteen similar counts was or dered to pay S1000 fine and costs in th case make restitution in the amount of S10000 and serve one to three years in the Broadmeadows Farm Prison Sentence was deferred on Nicholas A Dalton 58 Lansdowne secretary andtreasurer convicted on one charge of fraudulent conversion Judge Reed allowed him two years to make restitution of S4500 George W Statzell Jr 33 of Drcxel Hill former director who suc ceeded Wilcox as president convicted on a count of exhibiting false state AUTHORITY DEMOCRATS CRIPPLED BOY BEATEN BY THUGS Police of this county are seeking two thugs who yesterday robbed a ciippled boy of after luring him into their automobile with a promise to drive him to New York The boy Harold Reinhart of Han over Pa was treated at the Dela ware County Hospital for head cuts after police found him in a dazed condition at State and Rollins roads He admitted running away from home with the hope of obtaining em ployment in New York He met his assailants in a restaurant in Upper Darby After driving him a short distance they beat him on the head vuth a tire iron and robbed him Continued on Last Page WITH WEST COAST COLLEGE CHICAGO Feb Alonzo Stagg veteran football coach of the University of Chicago an nounced today that he signed a con tract with the college of the Pacific at Stockton Calif CARS DERAILED PRINCETON JUNCTION N J Fcb rear baggage cars of a New YorkPhiladelphia local train of the Pennsylvania Railroad were derailed shortly before 10 oclock last night as the train was passing through here No one was injured HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBT United Tress AT FAIR GROUNDS Bearer Grand Baby Ace Fortunate Mann Noon Play S Thistle Tom Vonnic Security Bond Dick Ghcvely Prometheus Moran Kilmorc Zcnka Sub Fyrn iMiss rcjrscy Lad Monocles Drastic Water AT HI ALE AH PARK Wisdom Weather clear track fast AT HAVANA 1 None Jean Arrogant Weather clear track fast High Praise Given Times Year Book We are constantly called on for information regarding Chester and vicinity in which connection we find the Times Year Book a most invalu able guide BENJAMIN NEWSOME City Clerk Chester Pa We make good use of it in the classes here especially our civicsand problems classes find it of great value GEORGE W PEDLOW Principal Chester High School E A Foley director ofpublications Keystone Automobile Club Philadel phia The Year Book has been very help ful to us in past years and I am sure fh 1933 issue will prove equally valu able It is an excellent work and re flects credit on the Times staff James T Stewart county controller Delaware county An indispensable adjunct to our office A publication of msn in all respects containing a wealth of county information in addition to its other valuable contents Everett Kent president Kent Man ufacturing Company and former head or the Manufacturers Association of Delaware County A most worthy reference manual which adds prestige to Delaware county and the Chester Times Its publishers are to be congratulated A B Geary attorney I have been compelled to conclude thac the Year Book fills a space in this county all to itself On several occasions we desired information and after undertaking to get it from ious sources discovered it was con rained in your Year Book and there fore I have concluded to have all fu ture editions at hand Replying to charges that William C Bullitt above has been negotiating debt settlements abroad as a confi dential representative of President elect Roosevelt Democratic leaders have denied that Bullitt has any such authority Senator Arthur Robinson of Indianapolis declared he would ask the State Department to investi gate BuUitts activities SENATE OFFICIAL ISSUSPENDED SergcantatArms Charged Congress Members With Taking Bribes WASHINGTON Fcb 4 flNS After one of the most dramatic ses sions of its history the Senate today considered the advisability of order ing its suspended sergeantatrirms David S Barry prosecuted for alleged criminal libel because he charged members of Congress had taken bribes for their votes on legislation Barry made the charges fn a maga zine article published in the New Outlook of which Alfred E Smith is editor He was suspended by a viva voce vote alter the Senate refused 31 to 40 to order his immediate dis charge He has held the post for twelve years The Senate Judiciary Committee however was instructed to study the case and recommend whether Barry should be cited to the U S district attorneys here and inNew York City tor prosecution under the criminal libel law The committee was ordered to report by 4 p m next Tuesday February 7 Barry freely admitted writing the article and absolved Smith from any connection with it He said he dealt solely with Frank Tichcnor owner of the magazine At first the sergeantatarms de nied any intention of charging sen ators and representatives with bribes He conceded he had no proof to sustain such charges Finally he declared he believed the charges true but ggain admitted he had no evi dence to support them The part of Barrys article which stirred the senatorial tempest said Contrary perhaps to the popular belief there are not many crooks in Congress that is out and out graft ers or those who are willing to be such there are not many Senators or Representatives who sell their vote for money and it is pretty well known who those few REVEALS DEFECTS Of rhe motor vehicles registered in Pennsylvania up to January 29 twelve per cent were inspected in the first four weeks of the current com pulsory inspection period according to compilations by the state today Official stations reported inspect ing 158746 vehicles The total reg istered on January 29 was 1263591 Of those inspected 114197 or 719 per cent were found defective The chief defect found generally was in lighting equipment Owners of 110060 vehicles or 692 per cent ol the rota tested were ordered to cor rect lights BANK BANDITS MAKE GETAWAY No Trace of Car Used in Prospect Park Holdup Found by Police No trace of the bandits who yes terday robbed the Prospect Park State Bank of S2000 has been found nor has the car in which they made their escape been seen police said to day It is the theory of police that the robbery was well planned as the rob bers arrived at the bank when bor ough police were directing traffic near the schools It is customary for po lice to remain in the vicinity of the bank during the early opening hours The bandits arrived shortly after po lice left the vicinity All back roads in the county wore searched yesterday afternoon in the hope that some trace of the red Buick coupe might have been abandoned but the search was in vain While police are continuing their investigation they are being assisted by Lieutenant Perry JefTers of ihc Thirtysecond street and Woodland avenue station Philadelphia who is considered an expert on tracing crim inals of this type Police refused to explain why JefTers was called in It is expected that the two men and the young woman who were in the bank building at the time of the robbery will be taken to Philadelphia to look over the rogues gallery sometime today The bank continued business yes terday afternoon as though nothing had happened The money stolen was fully covered by insurance offi cials of the bank state GUY GOES ON CLOUDY COLDER WEATHER FORE CAST Partly cloudy skies are predicted today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be cloudy and colder tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 43 degrees at 1 p m and the lowest was 35 at 715 p in The average of 39 was six degrees above normal for the date but three degrees below the average February last year Maximum temperature for the date is 5G established in 1914 and minimum 4 in 1881 Sunrise today was nl 707 a m and sunset will be at 524 p m Eastern Standard time HUNT CLUE TO SLAYER OF 15YEAROLD GIRL STUDENT ALOHA AVANDKRWKLL WILLIAM GUY One of chief witnesses at the trial of Wilfiam tCurley Guy above at LOJIK Beach Cal for tlic yacht j murder of Captain Walter Waiider wrll world traveler is his widow Mrs Aloha Wanderwell also shown here i Wanderwell was slain on board his jyacht on the eve of a cruise to the 1 South Seas The man at tin port i hole an instant before the fatal was fired was identified as Guy j by two members of the cruising party Guy asserts innocence POLICE DETAIN DELAWARE MAN Accused JrlayingBeaten Chester Woman Now Patient in Hospital Alexander Cushin alias Klttcsyn sk of Poplar street Wilmington Del was held without bail for a con tinued hearing when arraigned before Magistrate Honan in police court this morning charged with breaking and entering larceny and assault and BOARDS YACHT Presidentelect Re a c h e s J a c k s o n v i 11 e and Is Astors Guest on Cruise BOYS AMBITION CAUSES TROUBLE Stole Library Books to Aid Him to Gain Education j Sentence Suspended i I The longnourished ambition of William Caleiss 23 of East Four teenth street this city for a higher education led him into serious trou ble he discovered yesterday when he appeared before Judge John M Broom a 11 and pleaded guilty to sUfil ing five bulky volumes of an encyclo pedia from the Marcus Hook library After questioning thetall studious looking youth for a considerable length of time Judge Broomall nd MniUed that he wns puzzled by the youths act one of the most unusual to ever appear on the dockets of the local court After ordering Probation Officer Louis Palmer to investigate the case lie gave Caleiss a suspended sentence of throe years The prisoner told Assistant District Attorney Clement J McGovern that he was forced to Itsivc school in Providence R I when in the seventh grade due to the financial straits oi his family He said he wanted to further his education and spent sev eral hours daily in libraries in this city and Marcus Hook His mother is dead he said and he and his father who has been unemployed for the past two years live in a small garage near the Croze r Hospital He said that he always wanted an encyclopedia set and lacking the money to purchase the books stole the five volumes from the Marcus j Hook library Ho took them to his J makeshift home and pored over them he said i Constance M Fusscll librarian of the Marcus Hook library stated thnf the board of directors of the institu tion have asked that clemency be ex tended to the defendant ISSUE TV AGAINST I3VIPOSTER hundreds of police scoured the vicinity about Massixpinjua N Y for the murderer of IMary OConnor the girls grief stricken family below received mys terious letters and telephone call which indicated that the assailant might have been a maniac Miss OConnor a Kockaway Park School honor student and beaijtv contest winner was 15 years old Her body found in a wooded section of LOUR Island indicated that she had been brutally slain while ivouldhe attacker Her parents Mr and Mrs James OConnor are shown In their home with their son Jack 10 JIM CORBETT ILL HAS HEART DISEASE NEW YORK Fcb Corbett is ill at his home in Bnyside L I The former heavyweight champion is suffering from a heart ailment and some concern has been felt be cause of his nge His condition how ever is not regarded as immediately critical CHILD BURNS TO DEATH Rita Hartley 4 Philadelphia was dead from burns received when her dress caught fire at the kitchen range during the absence of her parents The will take place when Mrs Sophie Pietryzk 612 East Fourth street this city who is in the Ches ter Hospital has recovered suffi ciently to appear against the man Cushin was arrested by Wilmington police yesterday morning several hours alter local police removed the Pie tryzk woman to the hospital from her home where she was found suf fering from severe head cuts and probable internal injuries She told police she had been attacked by Cushin whom she found in her home when she returned after visiting friends Detectives say Cushin denies bicak ing into the house saying he had a Ir ch key to open the door However Continued on Last Tape GOVERNOR NAMES COUNTY RESIDENTS Two Delaware county residents are listed among the newly created com mission of fircflghting standards ns announced by the Governors office today They are Charles E Clarke of Wayne and James J McCullougli of Judge Eugene C Bonniwull of Phil adelphia was named chairman and Charles E Clarke who is secretary of the State Firemens Association secretary of the organization CAPTURE SATLFISH Dr William T Ellis and Mrs Ellis of Swarthmore who arespending sev eral weeks at Wahoo Lodge Pompano Fla both caught sailfish within the same hour while fishinj from the charter boat Cnlaban near Fort Lauderdale recently Mrs Ellis fish measured seven feet five inches and weighed fiftyone pounds and was landed after a battle of less than half an hour Dr Ellis fish was feet nine and onehalf inches long JACKSONVILLE Fla Fcb 4 INS Roosevelts special train arrived here at 830 a m today from his southern retreat at Warm Springs Ga I Mr Roosevelt boarded the Aster I Yacht nnd weighed anchor for his last trip of uninterrupted seclusion i before 10 a m By agreement Mr Roosevelt will be unaccompanied by reporters or photographers His life inthe Gold Fish Bowl will begin after his return The Presidentelect planned to j utilize the complete privacy of the Nounnnhal to consider the remain ing few places in his cabinet anri those I positions such as membership on the i Reconstruction Finance Home Loan iBank Board and others that must be nominated immediately j Vincent AsLor the yachting and he is being mentioned for isist ant secretary of the up his own guest list for the cruiv He is a distant relative of Mr Roose velt Of foremost interest on the passen ger list was Kermit Roosevelt son of the famout T R Kermit is a distant relative of Astor and a close friend It is rumored he deserved his lifetime Republican leanings and voted for F D in the last election although his brother Theodore Jr and his sister Mrs Alice Roosevelt LonpAvorth campaigned for President Hoover Warning is isvnd the Catholic faith about a bogus priest who is opernUnj cinlty His usual method of approach is to visit a house of mourning and to profess acquaintance and admira tion for the deceased He then in forms the mourners hat he would Hike to say n mass for the deceased and adds that he has lost his pock et book nnd would appreciate any help they might give him to return to his home The imposter is said to be in his Inte forties wears glasses nnd has a rather pleasant countenance He has given several names and has said that h lived at the Cathedral rectory Philadelphia South Lang horne Pa nnd Rye N Y Anyone coming in contact with this impostor is urged to communicate with police PLEA BY CZEKAY FOR HIS FREEDOM BY COURT Magistrate Convicted of E x t o r t i o n Charges Ordered Back to Jail Attorney for Constables Found Guilty in Same Case Asks New Trials JURY AWARDS mm DAMAGES Wo m an Injured When Autos Crashed Wins Suit Against Motorist Mrs Florence Stamp of Stratford was awarded damages by a jury in Judge Samuel L Reeds court room yesterday for injuries she re ceived in an automobile accident in Upper Darby on Juno20 J032 when several tendons in her right foot were torn loose and loft her permanently crippled The defendant wnsJohn A Martin of Marshall road Upper Darby In addition Leweliyn Stamp hus P EC SENIOR CLASSMEN AID Submit to Blood Trausfu sions for Classmate Who Is Critically 111 Senior classmen of the Pennsyl vania Military College arc showing a sterling spirit of Selfsacrifice and are making every effort one of the graduates of the college a member of the class of 1031 in a fight for his life against a severe attack of pneumonia The former cadet John S L Kane has been bedfast Philadelphia for at his several home in w o e k s waging a desperate fight against an attack of double pneumonia which has left lhc former athlete in a HE WAS ATTACKED Arrested on the technical charpe of suspicion Herman Branch 25 Negro of Second nnd Edwards strerLs was discharged by Committing is ret te Honan following a hearing1 in police court today Branch applied at the Chestfr Hospital for treatment for licnd i shortly before 5 a m today He i claims he was walking on Flower 1 street near Third street when he I was struck with a milk bottle by some i unknown person He appeared in I court with his head swathed in band ages FCOXOMFC REFORMS Clair professor of economics at Swarthmorc College who served as director of research for the Wick crsham Commission will tell of Some Needed Economic Reforms tomorrow afternoon at the Frankford Friends Forum Dr Wilcox in 1Q30 wrote the manifesto of the 1200 economists opposed to the HawleySmoot Tariff Bill and urged its veto by President Hoover WARRANT i FINDS INTRUDE R iUri w w lurmcr at rue w m a i exposes greuly WCukened hvslcal condition ana mecucai cure he provided for h s i rriic nnrl Tf TT JU CllS V ClCVelOpCd UltO pleurisy and for the past few days ihe young man hns been in a critical condition Members of the present Senior class most of whom are former Irlonds and messmates of Kane have answered a call to save the life of their friend by giving blood for trans fusions which it Is believed will be instrumental in saving the life of their friend Two of the seniors have already answered the call each giv ing a pint of blood The firstto rub Conlinueij on Last PJIRC RENOVI2E CAMPAIGN In the northern residential sections wife and H Willis Davis of tippot Darby a paJssengor in the Stamp cur was awarded for damages for in juries he sustained According to the testimony the automobile operated by SUunp was traveling on Marshall road when it was struck by the Martin car which according 10 Stamp was on the wrong side of the road After it was struck Stamps car was thrown into the path of a bus owned by the Aronimink Transportation Company The latter was named as a code fendant but the jury returned ver dicts in their William C Alexander represented the plain tins J D Led ward repre sented Martin nnd D M Hodge rep resented thr bus company When the case of Magistrate Joseph Czekay of Chester township came up for argument yesterday before J u d K c s John M Broomall and Norman T Boose Czckay was re fused bail and was committed to the Bounty prison Cxekay was convicted at the last term of criminal court of conspiracy and extortion charges having been iccuaed of attempting to shake down Frank DAmato Middletown township farmer on August 4 lasfc in a liquor raid The trial before Judge Boose was the second there having been a prior conviction last October before Judge Albert Button MacDndc A i the last lenn of court Czekay also faced charges of mis behavior in office to which he pleaded guilty before Judge Ray P Sherwood of York The charges listed about 50 counts number of cases where fines and costs been collected by the magistrate and not turned over to the county or state On the charges to which this mnn pleaded guilty before Judpre Sherwood he was allowed to go out on ball through a misunderstanding declared Judge Broomall This should not have been done and he will be committed in both cases Attorney John A Rainvllle acting for Attorney E Leroy van RodeiV who is ill protested but the Court decided that Czekay should remain in Jail Asks New Trials Arguing In behalf of Constables Frank Ptatt of Ridley township and Shirley OBrien of Tinicum town ship and Special Deputy Sheriff William Servoss of Eddystone At torney Howard Kirk asked the Court to grant new trials The three men were convicted with Czekay before Judge Boose as they had been be fore Judge MacDade last October if Czcknys counsel had been here I wanted to nsk Czckny the question Who was the mysterious unknown informant Martini who caused the raid to be made on DAmatosplace Mr Kirk said From the standpoint of the Court the trial was absolutely fair but from the setup of the dist trict attorneys 6flice it was Mr Kirk quoted testimony of DAmato before1Justice of the Pcae Mathues of Media given last August He didnt tell anyone at first of the shakedown not even his lawyer nor the detectives nor po lice snid Mr Kirk Mr Kirk entered objections to tes timony given by DeputySheriff Pear nndCounty Detective Treitrail at the trial of the three defendants and objected to a number of points in the address to the jury which had been given by Assistant District At torney C William Kraft Jr These three mcn acted honestly in the performance of their duties1 declared the attorney Their con viction on this charge places every police officer in peril because tvery prisoner may turn on him ike a rafc and bring such charges The charges are so easily very hard to offset We are seeking justice for menas there seems to have been a setup against them continued Mr Kirk There was a strong reason why these men were pursued Judge Boose said You admit you had a fair trial in fact two trials both resulting in convictions Would a third trial result rmy differently You mustnot ask us to sit as the thirteenth juror There was amole evidence in this cnse to support tho jurys verdict At present my feeling is to refuse your motion and Judge Broomall seems to concur with me but I will review your brief and rc new bail for the men to apposr on March WITNESS SPECIAL SHOWING Approximately GOO persons includ ing the trustees faculty cadet corps Joseph DiMeglio 18 of the 700 block West Third street arrested on a warrant charging him with assault and battery will be given a hearing at the office of Magistrate Honan in the Second ward late this afternoon U S TKKASUay BALANCE WASHINGTON Feb aNS Treasury balance as of February 2 expenditures 55083 customs receipts 264 9c BRITISH TURFMAN DIES LONDON Feb Wavcrtree one of Englands most popular sports men was dead today He was sev entyseven Culbertson Bridge System Greatly Improved for 1933 Contract bridge is a living game and like living thing it must progress It cannot stand still Thus the Culbertson System of 1933 con tains numerous interesting and thor oughly tested improvements and ad ditions to the system as first pub lished by the author in 1930 These changes are motivated partly by the new scoring laws and partly by naiural growth and development The improvements however do not involve any radical changes in the knowledge of correct bidding previ ously acquired by the player Quire the contrary these additions and re finements make even more clear the fundamental soundness and practi cability of the system as wellas giving greater scope to the players imagin ation A bridge player who already knows the Culbertson System has nothing to forget He will merely progress by making additions to nis previous knowledge of the game The Culbertson System of 1933 is the latest word on contract bridge bidding with a full and scientific ap plication to the changes made in the laws last November Master players of the world have cooperated with the writer and the best available j ideas have been carefully examined and tested in the crucible of expert 1 play I am convinced that the Cul bertson System of 1933 will alsp be Continued on Page Eleven CURTAILS PRESS Freedom Restrained as HindenhurgSigns Order Suspended BERLIN Feb decree curtailing the freedom of the press was signed today by President Von Kinder burg The decree was understood to in elude the same essential provisions an edict issued when Franz Von Pspen was Chancellor which was 1 rescinded by Chancellor Kurt Von I Schhichcr BERLIN Feb Adolf Hitler appeared today to have Communists and Socialists awed by reports that he would revive emer gency decrees providing death or long I prison terms for political terrorists The Socialist newspaper Vorwaris I was suspended for three days on j charges of high treason The country was quieter than at any time since Hitler became head of the govern ment Charges against Vorwarts were on an article in Fridays issue appealing to voters in jing general election fnr dispossession Continued on Last Pafc TATE SCRATCEES FOR MORE MONEY Fiscal Officers Seek to Keep Genera Fund From Going Red HARRlSBURG Feb State fiscal officers and legislators with an eye to Pennsylvanias finan jciaJ welfare employed overtime today to produce a workable plan that will i keep Pennsylvanias general fund going into minus signs this month j Though nearly five millions are J readily available tlv treasury is jdown to the point where it Ls scrap ing and counting pennies from every possible source Like the individual businessman the state got its firstofthemonth bills a few days ago Payment rei quested within 30 days appeared on enough of them to total about 500000 more than thcash on hand Default on fixed charges or somej thing actually as alarming is not I imminent rf course The fact is I officials still anticipate that million and a half balance when the bien nium ends May 31 But some legiti mate financial juggling the balancing act and possibly even a little inge nuity are necessary for the present Continued on Last iaffe HIDING UNDER BED Attracted by the continued bark ing of her pet dog Miss M Lichton berg 713 Caldwell street made a search of her home last evening unc discovered a man hiding beneathher bed The fellow was identified as John Yondy Martin 34 who gave police an addressin the 100 block East Third street as his plnce of abode When the woman ITfused to press charges against him in police court today Magistrate Honan fined Martin arid cot on n drunk nnd disorderly conduct rhinM Martins alibi was that he was drunk find inio UK wrong house Just how drunk he war can be sur mised when it was testified that he climbed on a shed roof find entered a bedroom window The woman tes tified that the window was extremely difficult to open bur she had not heard the intruder until hor dog ran upstairs and began to bark ui i t j 11 j ll Uil JL rt Lll L V wWA LJS of the city there is evidence that the j patrons and friends of Pennsylvania renovlscc preaching which has been broadcast throughout the nation is having its effect on some of the resi dents of the First and Second wards The activities of painters nnd in tfrior decorators have been increased of late and many householders taking opportunity to vid the mov ment by hiring1 carpenters to number of odd jobs about their homes Steps fences and outside woodwork are nedving attention many are also having repairs rde to roofs which have long been h need of attention All the attention is not being cen tered on houses as lawns are receiv ing their fair share of attention Mayor William Ward Jr was one of the first to have attention given trees about his home at the corner of Twentyfourth and Howard streets The chief executive hired John Cohen a resident of the First ward to thor oughly trim some of the large shade trees and thus started an idea which has spread among many of the prop erty owners Military College were special guests at a preview showing of Cecil B Ds Miilcs picture Sign of the Cross at the Stanley Theatre yes terday afternoon are np r In ones After the bank robbery yesterday Deputy Coroner Griffith of Norwood came on the scene Probably in hopes a few dead bandits were await ing his arrival Not that Horace likes his job but he docs enjoy burying dead bank bandits A fellow was arrested in Wilming ton yesterday for beating a local married woman The trouble is that she wasnt his wife Credit they say is better than ready money It ought to be its even harder to get pipes Patsy tht Mixer A ttorney Sees Big Chance for Young Men to Lead The Weather A style note informs us that feath ers are back in style A light sub ject to write about but it will prob ably tickle many of the women In an address before a dinner meet ing of the Delaware Couniv Commit tee of 100 at the Chester Y W C A E Wallace Chadwick wellknown at torney told the members they might work a miracle in Delaware county if they persisted and warned them to get ready to take plenty of lick ings if they expected to accomplish things Mr Chadwick characterized as admirable the formation of such a body lor the common good by th young men of the county and stated that such a strong youth movement had never been seriously organized before in this part of the1 cotiiitry to his knowledge excepting possibly in war time Proposed by its present officers to gether with a cjroup of older men who are leaders in the county the Dela ware County Committee of 100 was organized on January 18 by Mal colm B Petrikin of Chester its first president and thirty foundermem ber from many parts of the county It announced as its purpose that it would seek out facts in order to deal with unhealthy conditions and train and inform its members and others who arc interested in the duties and problems of The body is planned to include only men of 21 jo 40 leaders in their community who intend to take an active part in WASHINGTON Feb UP Forecast for tonijrht and Sunday Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy pos sibly light snow in east portion sligrhtly colder in north portion to night Sunday cloudy and colder Western Pennsylvania Cloudy to night and Sunday probably snow Sunday nnd along the lake tonight colder Sunday and in west portion to night New Jersey Snow tonight Sunday cloudy and colder TODAYS TEMPERATURE Continued on Last Pazc 6 a m 3610 a m 7 a m 11 a S a in 37 Noon 9 a m 38 16   

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