Chester Times, February 16, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE I NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER SO, I os 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.518. DsUt I o,’ rd Wire Report- of United Press (UP) end Internationa! News Service (INS) CHESTER. PA., THURSDAY, EE BRU ARY 16, 1933 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS IT BANK ROBBER,    ZANGARA TELLS WHO KIDNAPED    POLICE HE HATES CASHIER. KILLED RICH, POWERFUL Three Others Captured in .Man That Tried to Kill Pitched Battle With Phil- Roosevelt Outlines His adelphia-Police    Own    Story Ambler Banker Taken Mould Not Shoot a Work-From Home to Open ing Man; Is 33, Born in Vaults; $.30,000 Found    Italy ESCAPES ASSASSIN The leader of a daring gang of bank bandits that kidnaped tho cashier of the First National Bank of Ambler. Pa., held him captive until time MIAMI, Fla, Feb. 16— (UP* Gui-seppi Zangara. the bricklayer who shot at the President-elect, told til story of his crime, police said “I have hated Presidents and clocks swung open the vault doors Kings since I was a boy I have alter them, was shot and killed in a wavs hated the rich and pow erin I '    I    have a sore stomach, too, and battle with Philadelphia police today. {hat has madP nie hate. His three companions and three 'When I read in the Miami newswomen found in an apartment hide- papers that Roosevelt was coming away were captured.    to Miami, I bought with eight dol- The loot, between $25,000 and $30.- lars a gun with which to kill him OOO was recovered.    “I    got to the scene carli', but the The vigilance of a Philadelphia de- crowd was too big for me to get near (crtive, Cap!. James Malone, a vet- the platform. cran criminal sleuth, and the alert-    ■ I    meant to shoot him    while    he    was n"ss of a government postoffice clerk,    talking, but the crowd    was    in    the Alfred Gorton, who pave police the    wav    and j am a ^hort    man. license number of the bandit car,    I    have always hated    the rich    and •-battered the well-nigh perfect plans powerful. I hoped that I woui have of the gunmen. Their slain leader was better luck this time than I did 1041 William Ferguson, 35. recently ie- years ago in Italy when I bought a leased from a jail in Baltimore, police pistol to kill King Victor Emanuel. said.    The same think blocked me in Italy The gunmen were captured when as blocked me here. There was too police surrounded them in their Phil- blg a crowd. adelphia rendezvous, an apartment at j j guess 1 tried to kill Roosevelt 312 Salaignac street. They elected to because I have been troubled by a "shoot it out.” Ferguson was drilled stomach operation, through the head with a bullet.    would not shoot a working man Samuel Mitchell, 38. James Magee. or a policeman. It is the rich and 35, and Barney Wacht, 31, Irs com- powerful I hate. I am poor. I have panions, surrendered.    always been poor. MV people have Police also took into custody Mrs been oppressed. As a child I had to Catherine Mitchell. Betty Berman work hard in the fields and when I and Alice Daly, whom police found ,, as 16 r had to co to war.    "    ^ . in the house.    i    hated ail my omens, i deter- Marks Selection by Offer- lax and Other (Rip lions Samuel Horst. 45, the cashier of mjned that some daw I would do my ROOSEVELT ESCAPES BULLET OF ASSASSIN; CERMAK SHOT, CRITICAL; 4 OTHERS WOUNDED I LAST MINUTE NEWS CERMAK “E VSI ER”; MOMAN CRITICAL MIAMI. I la., l ei). 16—Vn afternoon bulletin on the condition of Mayor \nton < ermak of Chicago said: “Mayor ( ermak K resting: much easier. Has slept part of morning. Pulse 98. Temperature 99. Respiration 21. No unfavorable developments have arisen at the present time. “(Signed) Doctor J. \Y. Snyder, Doctor E. S. Nichol, Doctor T. W. Unison.” The condition of Mrs. Joseph (iii!, another one of the assassin's victims, was described as still “vet v critical.” President-elect Starts North After Harrowing Experience on His Return to Miami, Florida, From Vacation Had Finished Speech to Crowd From Automobile as Shots Whizz About Him    ^ Chicago Mayor's Condition Critical—Visited Early Today by F. D. R.—Gunman, Captured by Police, Believed Anarchist Says He Would Kill All in Power Other Vie- tirrn May Live PRESIDES' I I I,ICT HOOS! \ J I I sen. McClure HEADS COMMITTEE MEET AT MEDIA the bank, and his wife, were sui-    s}iarP jn wiping out every official    and prised by the gunmen when they re-    everv rjrh man 1 C0U]d find. turned home at ll o'clock last night, j .*Lifp has been very bad for me. The four thugs, carrying pistols and 1 -when I was a mile boy in school sub-machine guns. ordered them to    j began to hate very violently    my throw up their hands    Mf*    i    richer schoolmates who had money ..... ...... ........ .................................... ....... They were bound hand and foot    to Spencj and who had more privi-    mously    elected    John    J.    McClure,    sen-    County    League    of    Women    Voters yrs- nnd thrown into chairs. I heir cap-    irgPS than I.    a tor    from    Delaware    county,    as    chair-    terday    afternoon    on    the    subject    of in£ Hill Amending Piii)-lic Service Company Law The Public Utilities Committee of the State Senate yesterday unani- Ably Discussed bv T wo Alem liers of the Bar Two prominent speakers addressed the Media branch of the Delaware tors, with a surprising complacency, brewed themselves a pot of coffee as they sat chatting with the victims, telling them of the plan for the robbery. At 3 o’clock a. rn., the bandits handcuffed Horst end bundled him cfi in their car to the bank. Samuel R. Heath, the night watchman, met them at the door, he was battered unconscious bv the bandit trio as Horst stood by helpless. At home, Mrs. Horst trembled in lier bonds, as her gunman guardian "I am 33 years old, and was born man of that body The selection of taxes, centralization of tax concern Calabria, Italy    Senator McClure as head of the rom- Hon, and causes for the present high “As I grew older, this hat -rd for mittee, which in the 1931 session wa.1; tax rate, with an outline of the views, the rich became more intense and headed by Senator Earnest and in the purposes and plai ; of the Delaware IO years ago it reached a climax when 1932 special session by Senator Ria County Taxpayers Association, rile    followed his presentation of a bill guest speakers were William Taylor, Continued on Pane Sixteen ae tiding the public service company former district attorn; ., and E. Walla w to simplify remedial legislation, lace Chadwick, Chesser lawyer. The measure promises to be one of The meeting opened with the read-the most important to be introduced ing of a letter from Miss Gertrude at this session of the general as- Ely, president of tie* Pennsylvania sembly and echoes back to the public League of Women Voters, in which utility and Public Service Connni:;- she stressed the importance of the sion controversies of the 1931 sos- co-operation of every local group in aion.    securing such necessary legislation The bill presented by Senator Mc- for which th • league is now striving, Zangara Hoped to “Gef Hoover, ' Too NEW YORK. Feb. 16 (UP) Guiseppi Zangara, would-be a. MisMn of President-elect Roosevelt, "hoped to get Hoover too. but couldn't,” according to Professor Raymond Moley, friend of Mr. Roosevelt. In a telephone me sage to louis M. Howe. in W hington. and r< layed to Mrs Roosevelt here last n ic lit. Professor Moley said he had talked with Zangara, who told him of his hope to gel” Hie President Roosevelt Gives Version of Shooting HELD ON ( HARGE OF STEA LI NG ALTO MRS. ROOSEVELT ULM ON TRID (ides lo Ithaca, N. Y.; Has Philosophy of Life Over Assassin’s Threats By International New* Service The oyes of a shocked nation and world turned today to Miami. Fla., where Mayor Anton J. ('ermak of Chicago battled for his life, victim of an anarchist’s bullet intended for President elect Franklin I). Roosevelt. Miraculously spared, although (’ermak and four other persons fell in the fusillade fired by Giuseppe Zangara, an Italian who consecrated himself to the destruction of “the rich and powerful.’’ the President-elect visited ( ermak this morning at the hospital and then proceeded northward. Mr. Roosevelt had scrapped his original program to remain over night at Miami aboard Vincent Aster’s yacht, in    order to enroute    with    PR es n IDN i    visit (Yrmak’s bedside after physicians had struggled    through Kl ECT ROOSEVELT, Fob. 16    <    I    NS    1    th), njR|it t(, save his Jjf0> Presidentbet Franklin d Rocs.    While    the    Mayor’s condition was reported as “dangerous,” wit today 1 cia I cd ilks own eye-wit- .    ,    ‘    •    .    ,    ,    , . .    .    .    , IKM. account    of the    attempt made    ho remained conscious and exchanged light-hearted    remarks awa ii . ..    him last night in Bay    with the President-elect. But Mrs. Joseph Gill, a bystander who fell in Zangara’s volley, was at death’s door. A blood transfusion was resorted to in an effort to save her life. In Washington, announcement was made that 400 marines will be called out to guard Mr. Roosevelt at the inaugural ceremonies. Tho Secret Service guard assigned to the White House was doubled for the protection of President Hoover. Secret Sci ice men ascertained that Zangara was a member of an anarchist gang with headquarters in Paterson, N. J. ITHACA, N. Y,. Fob. 16 UP) his bosses of rho "haul' to Ulrica streets, yesterday afternoon,    ciure consists of a codification of the mainly the defeating of the bill now    Mrs.    Franklin D. Roosevelt believe    1 Mdd    I am very sorry bu Joseph Muraska. 21, a paroled con-    recommendations made es s result proposing the return to tho old form    fh,,.    _    .....w,,..,,.,    do it '* the time clock on the vault yid, who gave police hey address as    investigations    of    the    Earnest    of conventions for the    purposes of    n}K)ut M1, p nun A    the'Yprcsu 'of * “Having said that I slid ;f'tion„ A letter was readI by the :    assassins against    men    in public    life. airman. Mrs. H. C.    Berry, from j    undaunted by    news that an    axin. J J McClure on    this subject,, j    sasgin*s bullets were    aimed at    her Charged with stealing the auto-twirled a gun in his fingers. He drank    mobile of Arthur S. Chinos, of cup after cup of coffee and taunted    Marshallton, Del., from Front and llPT With    u-"*■*'* ***** a# (La “Ka nV’ to    T TlrieK cf eocde ttnclovda v aff ornAAH be marie. At 6.30. clicked. The three gunmen shoved Marple avenue, Clifton Heights, was committee in 1931 and the Riel com- election, open the doors. They lifted out the held in $1500 bail for court when mittee in 1932. which committee has chairman sacks of currency. Then they emp-    given a hearing before Magistrate    bPPn continued during the session of    Hon tied the night depository.    H°Uan’ in Policr court thjs    morning.    1933. senator McClure was a mem-    Miss Ely    also    asked    for represent a- UDIuDnH UA V,' ,    «.!V They threw Horst into a corner and The youth was arrested yesterday bPr nf    Earne,.t    committee,    and    tires to tim state convention to lie I ' ^ p ",    !    !    ! find to pick up their companion. Gor- bv Patrolman Kandravi. five min- although net a member of the Rial held in Pittsburgh. Mar IT and 18 ♦on saw them carrying the sacks of lites after the ear was reported committee, h'* was appointed to fill a Tho first speaker. Mr. Chadwick, currency from the bank. He pursued stolen. Kandravi had just received vacancy in that committee at tho after a lucid r cpl; nation of the Tax-•hem four blocks in his government wold of the th*ft, while stationed at beginning rf the prr-cnt session. na vers’ Association, spoke of woman mail truck, anti then, greatly outdis- Ninth street and Edemont avenue The bill introduced by the senator as a power in the government, not ta need, gave up the chase.    and while jotting down the number jrom De! av.:, re county also em brae •’a sufficiently rccogniz/ri. "I have an Gorton notified police of the icon sc dT car, happened to $cc It diivcn tho subjects c nvwd by th- nu- abiding faith in the conscientiousness number on the car. It was flashed    cast on Ninth street    morons bills bearing on utility Sc.2is-    of the We 1    1    Voters’ League in this out on the teletype system.    Kandravi commandeered    another    jation which have been introduced    countv “    he    said.    “Our conditions Captain Malone at once connected machine and gave chase, forcing the during ,hP present session.    have been bott red bv bringing up the fkU taiYei'AV h.p” VCA’^in * Our rec the car with Ferguson and his com-    dover with the .stolen car to the    In introducing the    bill, which is    as-    reserve    of    women    voters    at    the    polls,    r.flni7JLLL,    ,    ala..';.'. ‘    IL    fr * panions. Since the release of the    cutb at Tenth street and Morton    sumPd    to have    the    sanction of    tim    due    to    their    keener    interest    in    the    is-    *'2' thin as    ii    iniltii    '.n hi imi    L leader and Magee from the Baltimore    avenue. The youth coriiessed iak-    pnKiin    iTtimmc    LhmmiHop nf    tho    •>JCh things    to    happen,    and    th tx    on jail, he and his men had been tracing    in,g the ear their movements. Thev had spied the    have carf ai fitment hideaway in Roxborough,    driving it as far as Clifton    Heights.    is in the form of amendments to Th: Public Service Company statute, FAIR WE VTI!KR which was passed in 1913, and nm- Front Park at. Miami. .Speeding northward by special tram, the President-elect gave a rapine picture ol the confusion that prevailed when a radical fanatic felled five .spedatOLS in tile crowd with bullets intended for him. Roosevelt revealed that for Unco blocks, traveling in a motor ear, he failed to detect a pulse beat in the wrist of Mayor Anton J Ceirnnk. of Chicago, believing him dead. Here is Roosevelt s story: * I have heard so many accounts myself that I have been trying to think what really happened as I saw it. "After I had finished speaking some one from the talking picture people climbed on the back of the car aud said, 'You must repeat the speech for us.' I said J would not. He said. We have come loot) miles for this,' t I can't slid off the of the President-elect was calm and unworried today when she arrived here and entered zestfully into the problems of the Ne” York College of Agriculture and the farmers of New York. "One must have a philosophy about such thing:    Mrs.    Roosevelt said when informed that President-elect Roosevelt and not Mayor Cermak was jr„aliriTdX-; "ga- kv1 ,h* Mk*""" ,h'ir rtos-r fT    -    The    bill    which    I    an.    tatroducinf    cn.inucd    I-,,,    Twelv.    '{""FVj!', suburb. AN OFFICIAL VISIT HEU) RESRONSIIiLE Members of Chester Assembly No 48, Artisans' Order of Mutual Protection. were honored bv a visit of a TOK MOWL AT PARTY braces practically all the subject: covered by the numerous bills that have been introduced during the Samuel Tribbett, of Darby (reek present session. This hill greatly ex- IS PREDICTED Fair weather is predicted in Eastern P lins'. Iv ania. New Jersey. Dela- among friends at the breakfast given for hei by Mils F’lora Rase, dean of the Home Economic* School. There were no Secret Service nun. no guards of any kind. The train upon which "Just then Mayor Ceimak came forward and I talked with him about, a minute about Chicago in general. Then he moved off behind the cai Bob Clark 'one of the ‘arret service men) was standing right, by him. As lie moved away, a man carne forward with a long telegram and stalled telling me Wha! It contained. While he was talking I leaned forward "Just then I heard what I thought was a firecracker, then several more The man talking with inc pulled bad; and the chauffeur started the car "I looked around and saw Mayor Cermak doubled up with Mrs. Cill] collapsing I told tin chauffeur to top He did. about I > fee t from where we started The secret, service men Continued on Page Sixteen group of officials of the organization c,rrI£‘ Prosper! Park, was locked up tends the powers of the Public S*m . - ,Af)].r, ind ,. :md Tomorrow's fore-    IWO    MOTORISTS    LINH* B . r    ^    x    irs    1    V\€>    Fnlcnm    ixnlir    n    cf    at    mn fnllnu*- a rnmmiccmn nvf»r mih r wrv    , MIAMI. Fin . F< Ii 16 tUP)- Light Co. A bullet entered lier lower Franklin D R. ■    •.cit came home right chest, passed through tho from a peaceful vacation last night stomach and lodged in the muscles of her back. An emergency operation failed to yield Hie bullet. She was said to have an even chance to survive. Miss Margaret Cruise, Newark, N. .I , slightly wounded. William Slnnott, New York detective, shot in head. Russell Caldwell, 5, slightly hurt. Mr Roosevelt arrived here aboard Vincent Astor s yacht, Nourmahal. at. 7 p m. yesterday after a ten-day cruise of southern waters, resting in preparation for Hie arduousness of the Presidency. Jovial, tanned, appearing fit iii every way, he received newspapermen to discuss his trip, and conferred briefly with intimate advisers. Then lie left the yacht to accept the formal welcome of Miami officials and lo drive in a motor parade to Bay Front Park, at the end of Flagler street, the principal business thoroughfare of the city. A crowd of thousands waited there Miami folk, residents of neighboring Florida cities who came to cheer the incoming Chief Executive, tourists from all parts of the country. Mr. Roosevelt spoke briefly from the rear of an open automobile. As he concluded and the erowd broke into waves of cheers. Mr. Roose-velt leaned over and shook hands with Mayor Cermak, who was standing on MAYOR XNIOX CERMAK, of ( hieago at a recent meeting held in Odd Fel- in the f bK°m    sl*rp ^_nri\ml5Si0,n .Ulri    ca--*    ■    im    ;<    >    ng    cloudiness    and warmer, followed by rain. The highest temperature hpre yes-was 44 degrees at 8 45 a. rn Allen P. Cox. lows Hall Broad and Crosbv streets inK a hearing before Magistrate Rav- companies and their contracts and The visiting officials were Mom Ex- rnonri Hood. of Ridley township. He dealings with so-called holding eom-eellent Master. Artisan. Harry Irwin: »* charged with aggravated assault pames. and represents a sincere cf- tprd‘av Most Excellent Superintendent,. John and battery.    ~    —    ~ Rrillev and Most Excellent Recorder According to pollee Tribbett, who    Continued    on rage Twelve has been arrested several times dur-    .....—    —-—---—    - ing the past two months, attended PENNA. (’. OF 0. a party at the home of Frank Riley. ,    ,       ..... a neighbor. The party which ter- NAMES MM. ( KA EM ER minated in a brawl, was said to have I    _______ been started by the defendant    J    HARRISBURG, Fob. 16~<TNS>~ Rilev and Walter Holler another Thf sixteenth annual meeting of the sunset will be at 5 38 p. rn neighbor, were taken to the Iayior ppnnsy]Vania State Chamber of Com- Standard Time. Hospital. Ridley Park, wffiere Is anas merCP under way here today. The found that Riley was suffering from meeting was preceded by a session of a    ' !r..,la* an councilors representing Chambers of Commerce throughout the state. Councilors elected to represent th Two motorists, one a resident Philadelphia and the other a resident of tins county, were fined $5 .shouted to him, 'get out of the crowd ' The chauffeur started again and I    to face    a volley of bul!°ts    and to see stopped birn again, the time ut the    (ive pf.    ems, one a friend,    shot down corner of the bandstand    by a man who > *1 he hated all the "Looking buck I aw Cermak be- rich and powerful Mr Roosevelt mg earned along mid we put him In himself escaped unharmed our ear. He was alive but I was afraid    Mayor Anton Cermak of    Chicago,     ^ he wouldn't last I got m\ hand on    one of    the wounded, was    given only    the    running    board    of    the    ear.    Then his pulse and found none He was on    an even cha nee to live    today. At    the    President-elect sat    down    abruptly of the seat with me and I had my left > least one other victim, Mrs Joseph and at, that moment six shot* HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Hr United Press) and tile lowest was 36. at 8 p. m. The and costs each following a hearing average of 40 was six degree* above before Magistrate Raymond Hood, in normal for thr    date -sod    eight    de-    Folsom, on charges of passing a stop grcrs above the    average    February 15    Mgn at the intersection of MacDade last year Maximum temperature for bouleiaid and Swarthmore avenue the date is 67. established in 1915, and Ridley township They were Charlo minimum 5, in    1875.    Rust, ot Morton, and Macon I Sunrise today    was at 6    53    a. rn.    and    Kemp of Woodland avenue, Phila- Eastern delphia. They were arrested by Patrolman George Dougherty. mg on the running board of that side Continued on Page Sixteen MARINES TO Cl ARI) Continued on Page Sixteen I opicsofTimes AI AGUA CALIENTE I—Losing (Ion, Pretty Sis, Patsy l aura, C'lovinia, Fedeiis B.t Quick Flight. Z—Remle, Eleanor M„ Chatwink. Easter Luck, XXanda D., Pico Blanco. 3—French Honey, Isleton. Vera Crofton. Iri*h Spree. Kitty* firm. Terror, Master Durbar. Shasta Broom, Grapeland, Perry. Brite, f— 1 None I. 5— None). 6—Congo 'Id, Luke .lr.. Now Mama. Pat O’Connor, Sure Hills, El .Monte. 7—Scutari, Mailliw, .Miss Myrtha. Safeway. Jay Walker, O My. XX rather clear; track fast. FAIR GROUNDS SCRATCHES I—(None.I *— None 3— (None. 1 I—1 None.) S— None.) f-—XX ars End. I— None.) 0— Off.) S—Elizabeth S.. Jack Murphy, l)u',!ist. XXeather cloudy, track fast. HAVANA SCRATCHES 1-— None.) I—Passing Glance. Rcuss, ( albe. None I—Thunderspecd, BilKcoo. Rcgustcd 5—Darkavress. Cloudy Day, f—Belgium. 7—Croissantanis, Sandals, Spanish lay, True Play, Keewatin. XXeather clear, trark fast. HIALEAH PARK S( RAK HES I— None.) I— 1 None.) 3— Honey Loru- ‘ • }— 1 None.) a— None ) 6—)None ) 7— Animation XXeather clear, tr^'k f’st. Roller from a fractured skull. U. s. treasury balant e WASHINGTON. Feb. 16 'UP* The treasury net balance for February 14 was $339,990.782 47 Expend!- Pennsylvania Chamber in the United States Chamber of Commerce were: Ralph A Amerman Scranton; William Crammer, Chester: C W I iv- COUNTY SCHOOL SENATE TO VOTE DIRECTORS MEET TODAY ON REPEAL tures that day were $5,320,687.58 Cm- cock. Wilkes-Barre: Frank W Main toms receipts for the month through Pittsburgh, and John L. Nesbit February 14 were $8,168,300.29    Franklin. Annual Convention Opens Original Bill Chanced to in .Media Iliff Ii School to Fleet Officers Meet Democratic form Blank lat- arm around him He slumped for- OHI, wife of a Florida utility mag- spread panic through the throng. (rd A detective from Miami, stand- nate, was in a critical condition.    Events happened faster than th** The Pd irient-elect escaped injury    eye could record From stories of by the narrowest of margins. 'Die    I eye-wltneaae* pieced together later, it. assailant, was a crazed Italian brick-    appeared that just as Mr. Roosevelt laver from Hackensack. N J He    concluded speaking, Zangara, who had rose In a crowd of thousands which U Ii    Arr INT A VT/'1 TIS 4 1 luui lurn,'rt oul to welcome the Presl- r . I). Iv, Al I NA I (ii KAL den! < ■ 11 < t. arid spattered bullets  around the Roosevelt automobile. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 'INS) -    The    assailant, Oulseppl    Zangara, 33. More than 4WJ marines will be called and his roommate, Andia Valenti. into service to guard President-elect were held safely by police after Roosevelt during the inaugural cere- aroused Floridians had threatened monies on Capitol Plaza on March 4. violence Kenneth Romney, sergeant -at-arma    Mr.    Roosevelt delayed    his sc bedot the House, announced today.    uled journey to New York so he In addition, he said, from 1W to 200 could visit his friend. Mayor Cermak, policemen will mingle in the crowd and the other injured in Jackson or be stationed at strategic points.    Memorial Hospital today.    Fatalities in the recent blizzard Arrangement for    the    guard    of    ma-    The injured, in addition to Mayor    were light, considering how many lines were    made before    news    reached    Cermak, were    shivering soul* asked: "la it cold Washington of the attempted a ss a: si-    Mrs Joseph H GHI,    wife of the enough for you?" nation of Mr. Roosevelt in Florida.    president of the Florida    Power and Captain Hobson sunk the Merrimac and waited 35 years for the Congressional Medal Nowadays, some folks ink a roll in a campaign fund and hate to wait six months for post masterships. a of C. Group Analyzes Possible County Savings THIRD INSTALMENT School directors of the county convened this morning at Media for the annual convention of the Delaware County A: ociation of School Directors. The sessions were opened at 9 30 approaching the form. WASHINGTON. Feb. 16 'UP) Wet sentiment rode high in the Senate today atte) a .smashing victory whieh clacked dry resistance and gained an agreement to vote at 3 p rn, on a rep-a1 resolution close iv Democratic plat- Maniac Wounded 'Teddy' Roosevelt 20 Years Ago o'clock, in the auditorium of the Media High School, with music by the orchestra of the Swarthmore High Th? following is the third instal-    fall into the category    of indispensa- ment of a digest of the report made    bility. last week by a special committee of 'As regards the request for real School, under the direction of Doris the Delaware County Chamber of estate assessors books we firmly be- Van de Bogart. Shoe devotional Commerce to the County Commission- hove that, a much better quotation of exercises were conduced bv Rev whits. regarding proposed savings in the prices may be had on such items if a ham H Robinson, pa tor of the First government of the county. On 'he more < clvuirtive search is made Methodist Church, of Media. basis of their findings, the committee    among commercial market:    O'her    President    Rowland    S* anorn    of    col- . discovered approximately $300,000 counties in similar work arr oh'a n- wvn, th^n called upon Mrs. F-.izabch — could be saved, were the findings mg ma crisis of like nature at a rela- H Hamilton, of Norwood, the ^readopted.    tiveiy low cost.    tan'. (°r minutes of last year's Concerning the Board of Assess- "The item pertaining to forms and convention meat and Revision of Taxes, the com-    stationery needs no    fur*h*r    rom-    Following    on    the    morning    program mitier recommended a cut in salaries ment other than to say that prices an addr' • on. Financing Pf tinhorn $88,024 SO to $82,370, and a sav- paid for this class of purchases have • ylvnma Pub.'.)- School b Dr Leroy mg of $2775 in general expenses, a been about 85 per cent aboxe pre .em A King prole so: of Educational Ad- - s also applies ministration. University of Pennsvl- orltv to elim-federal police and suggested rds vote foi total of $429 80 for the department. day market level: Tin appl! depart- Optimistic wets predicted the Senate would pa s the repealer, win th" approval of the House, and submit it to the States lie fore March 4 More cautious .senators pointed out the Democratic leadership was compelled to use its cut obtain a one-vote mr ision for power in wet Stab the necessary two-tL submission of a amendment might bi The original Benab nounced by manv w contained quahficatio lion of dry States and power to outlaw Hie most completely revise night session. The method of ratificatio Continued on Page Sixteen {hanged from    g,    .a'    to conventions, bv 4. vama, with a discussion of the topic by men and women in the audlcme Thf*re was music by the Glee Club Their report concerning this divi-    to the item of incidentals, sion, was. in part, as follows:    "As    a    general    Remark,    th "The reason given for the request    ment has been operating sine" Oc- of $1500 in 1933 for postage, has to do    tober, 1931. in accordance with an with mailing notice* of triennial as-    act. approved the twenty-sixth day sessments. The tax bills which will be    of June, 1931, making it possible for received by the* same people will con-    commissioners of counties of the third tarn much of the same information,    class to appoint such a board. This We question the necessity for the    act gave no instructions as to just    "Thank God you are safe,    This    na duplication of work.    how the commissioners should ar-    lion    nerds you    right now.” 'rile automobile item is for a new    rive at the size of districts, so in set-    This was the    message of    Gov    Gif- vote was 33 to 32 Ford which w*e do not look upon as    ting up districts and the number of    ford    Pinchot, of Pennsylvania, today The resolution now comes MILWAUKEE, Feb. 16 The attempt on tfir* Uh* of President-elect Roosevelt last night recalled that former President Theodore Roosevelt once was wounded by an insane person in an attempted assassination, , The shooting of former President . D, U) Roo *eveil occurred October ll 1912. when he carne to make a speech here after his nomination for President bv • he Progressive party The former "*n«utuuonal f^1* re™pcr*t*d In « Chico Besides the three martyred Presidents Lincoln. Garfield and McKinley assassins have taken the lives of other notable political leaders in the United States In 1893 Carter H Harrison. Sl ack mg repealer, de-ts because it h for protec-gave Congress tioon, was alai a dramatic 18HI- 1894 France 1896 1897 1898 mala. 1898 (fungal 1899 Dom tni 1900 1903 Dinga, 1908 Alexander II Sad!-Ca mot. if Rui Pre si Ult of Na.sr E Preside Preside Em pre s Din Shah of Persia it Borda of Uruguay, it Barrios of Qua to - Elis th of Austria- Slendenzation experts during a recent convention, reported business as booming They live on the fat of the land A local State representative doesnt want magicians tricks exposed. A lot of other political job-holders do not want their own tricks exposed, either. Little Dick has already bought his puns hat. Winch is rushing the season worse than those who advocate football practice in February. Jig saw puzzles have bern ruled a* sporting goods Be careful how you play games on Sunday. President Heurueax, of the .to Republic, King Humbert of Italy. King Alexander and Queen if Serbia King Carlos and Crown I he Weather Prince Luis Phiiiipe, of Portugal, 1913 President Mndero, of Mexico. 1913 King George of Greece 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Chicago's Columbian Exposition of Austria-Hungary, and his con ort. Mayor, was slain In 1900 William    191 >    President Sam, of Haiti. Goebel, Democratic claimant to Hie    1918    President Pars, of Portugal. PIM HO I SENDS XX IHE HARRISBURG. Feb. 16 INS) 15 Then with office of Governor of Kentucky, was    1919    Ameer Habibullah, of Afgha- inch included a .sassinated. Another slaying attrib- nistan. a mighty effort witching    of two    Democratic    votes,    uted to political activitlei Minority    Leader    Robinson won    former Governor Frank adoption    of his    amendment    chm-    of Idaho, in 1904 mating federal police power.    The    Other leaders who hav tim to iKilitical assHss11 lose to years include being absolutely essential, especially assessors for each. it was somewhat to Presidentelect Franklin D Roose- meeting the demands of Speaker 1872 The Earl of Mast this time when the county is faced of a guevs proposition In Delaware celt The Governor wired Miami soon Garner who has warned that he will Genera! of India with the problem «of declaring a rn or-    —•    ■    rfter learning of th* ■ hoeing which not permit the Ho ie to consider 1876 Abdul Aziz, L’cr.um on expenditures that do not    (en*inned rn Page Fourteen -ndans^red Mr. Roosevelts life. anything but "m.iced" rep-a1.    .key. was tliat of Ituenenberg, • fallen vic-K in recent o. Governor *n of Tur- \V A S ll IN OXON, (cb. 16— * UPI — Forecast for tonight and F’ridavi I .(stern Pennsyiv .tnia . Partly cloud? and warmer tonight: Friday, cloudv, probably rain, warmer in >outh and east portions. Western Pennsylvania: Increasing cloudiness probably followed by rain Friday and in northwest portion tonight; warmer tonight and in south-easi portion Friday. New Jersey—Fair, warmer tonight: IDJ > President t arrnnza, of Mex- Friday, cloudy and warmer followed ,    by    rain. 1922 Premier Michael Collins, of    ----------- the Irish Free State, 1922    I. Narutowicz,    first President of the Polish Republic.    a 1928    Pre. idem-elect    Alvaro Obre-    7    a. gon. of    Mexico.    8    a 1932    President Paul Doumer, ol    0    a Fiance.    >    IO    a TODAY'S I I Al PEH ATI RF rn......30    ll    a    m. rn. ..... 30 Noon ... rn 31    lpm rn .....33    3    p    rn. m 36 St as 37 37 ;

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