Chester Times, March 10, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania r EASLY AVERAGE NET PUP CIRC ELATION KOR SIV MONTHS ENDING SKI’ i EM HER 20,1 OS A FINAL EDITION if if if it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.537. Dally Leased VV.re Rppc;'s of United Press (UP) and International News Service (INS* CHESTER. FA., FRIDAY. MARCH IO. 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS PAYROLL CHECKS ROOSEVELT ASKS ASHED IN SCRIP BUDGET CUTS IN CONGRESS IN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION r BY PHUA. BANKS .MESSAGE TODAY Crisp, New Certificates Proposes Drastic Retrench* Replace Currency at Par merit in Expenses for Value War Veterans Much Hidden Gold Is Re- Program Would Save lh If turned: N. Y. Institutions Are Open Chester Clearing House to Meet This Afternoon A meeting of the Chester Clearing House Association was held this morning and after .studying the latest phase of the banking holiday, the members adjourned. to reassemble this afternoon. Disappointment was registered by all banks in the President’s proclamation extending the holiday, as the local units were all prepared to begin their normal functions this morning. The use of scrip was studied anew and while the members here are loath to Introduce this form in exchange in Chester, decision on its use was reserved until this afternoon’s meeting. If the holiday is extended farther, it is fully certain Chester scrip will be used uere. An official, in answer fo a query, declared he could see no reason why Philadelphia scrip would not. be accepted by local merchants, as it is firmly backed by adequate resources. Meanwhile, the bank; are making change and permuting entry to safe deposit box?;, Payrolls have not been nv’d-* up. pending word from the Federal Reserve system. I With normal resumption of bank- I ing postponed temporarily, by ; proclamation of President Roosevelt. Philadelphia banks today met pay- J roll demands with cr. p, new scrip certificates. Emergency demands for "’•?lirf of distress” and payment for iced and perishables were paid out wifhj scrip and cash under a previous nil- i ing of Secretary of the Treasury Wood in. About one-fifth of the $ >1,2;>0,000 worth of certificates ordered, ail ne- j gotiable in the Philadelphia district at par value, was received and distributed to member banks of th0 Clearing Hour" Association before lh? opening hour today. At the same tune banks ware re-p Ic cum in their vaults hundreds cf thousands cf dollars j released by hoarder?. George Continued on Page lughteen GEHRIG SIGNS BUT RI TH IS HOLDOUT NEW YORK, March IO—(INS) — Lou Gehrig. Yankee first baseman, has settled his financial difficulties with the Yankee club and has signed a contract for one year with the world champions. The contract was signed following a conference with Ed Barrow, business manager of the club, last night, end Lou will leave for training camp Billion Dollars : H a s Bond Issue for Jobs WASHINGTON. March IO TIP-Acting to speed President Roosevelt’s demands for authority to cut veterans expenditures and E'cdcral salaries, the House today adopted a resolution creating a special select committee to deal with the legislation. The action came immediately after reading of the Presidential message was completed and was adopted without a record vote, despite the protests of some members who have been active in the cash bonus battles of the past sessions. WASHINGTON. March IO UP' President Roosevelt, continuing his drive for “big stick” authority to deal with the national emergency, today asked Congress to grant him the powers of a dictator for a drastic I retrenchment of government expenses. The President proposed to attack an accumulated deficit of $5,OOO.OOO,OOO <B) by: 1—Reduction in payments to war veterans. 2—-Repeal of the furlough plan reducing government salaries and substitution of a broader plan for reductions in pay of both civil and military employes. The program would reduce government. expenses by about $509,000,000. (Mn Mr. Roosevelt a kid that his proposed legislation be put into effect at once, "without even waiting for the beginning of the next fiscal year." He assured Congress that if this were done "there is reasonable prospect that within a year the income of the government will be sufficient to cover the expenditures of the government’' —a balanced budget. BANKS OF NA TJON STILL CLOSED BY ROOSEVELT EDICT President Issues Proclamation Extending Holt• day With No Definite Time Set for Opening of Sound Institutions May Get Resump«« tion Order Saturday or Monday Continue to Perform Limited Functions—. Emergency Act Rushed Through Congress Giving Executive Dictatorial Power—Sev« enty Senators Vote For, 7 Against Measure I heirs .1 monumental task at a critical moment in the nation s affairs, lieu were sworn in ai the start of the special session, which President Roosevelt railed member- of the sr\rut\ third nergeiu v legislation. < (ingress are pit lured above as thrv BAN ON ‘FAKE’ SALES PROPOSED AlertU; nib’ Division of (’. of (to I vgc ( ity (’oiin-cil to Pass Ordinance Tile buying public in this city will be protected from ' gyp'' sales in the The message was the President'? future, provided an ordinance drafted by the Merchants’ Division of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, is accepted and passed by City Council. The ordinance, aimed at those who specialize in so-called fire sales, bankrupt sales, closing out sales and other “sales” will compel persons planning such sales to file an inventory of the stock they wish to dispose of with the City Clerk, taking an affidavit to Mils effect before they can obtain a spacial license to conduct such sole. It is common knowledge, that during past years, cheap merchant!!:? has I been brought into this city and sold under the guise of a special forced rale. Many times rueh goods arc the second in two days. He next will propose, in ke?ping with his pledge 1 on tinned on Page Eighteen ( LOUDY, COLDER WEATHER FOR AREA Mostly cloudy and colder ls the prediction today in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and I Maryland. Light, rain or snow is po: -' sible here today, but it will be fair tomorrow. The highest temperature here yesterday was 52 degrees at 250 p. rn. and the lowest was 41. at 6 a. rn. Tim average of 46 was eight degrees above normal for the date and twenty-three degrees above the average March 9 Iasi vear. Maximum temperature for th" date is fit), established in 1921, and minimum 16. in 1929. Sunrise today was at 6 20 a. rn. and sunset will be at 6 02 p. rn., Eastern Standard time. ENTERTAINMENT KOR THE ODO FE EEI IWS LAST MINUTE NEWS FT I IKR.A L RESERVE BANK IO WTM KOR ITC I. NSH \\ ASBI N ti TO N, March IO—(I P)—Secretary of Treasury Wood in today said an executive order or regulation will he issued short!; directing all hanks of the Federal Reserve si tem, desiring to reop"n for (he performance of all usual and normal hanking function , except as otherwise prohibited, to app!,' tor a license to the Secretary of the Treasury. Applications are to he filed v'it’i the 1 -d- r d R 'serve Bank in the appropriate district, AA oodin ''aid. ZANGARA TO DIE IM HOK FOR HIGH ELECTltIG (HAIF SCHOOL MAGAZINE Judge Sentences Him ft?!* Assassination of Mayor Cermak, ( hirairo property of some benkrun in another city and the uale continues indefinitely. The new ordinance would specify a tim? limit for such sales. One ease in particular was cited by a merchant this morning. It hap- _    ,    „    ,    ,, pen cd in a Market Greet store some Giuseppi Zangara, assassin of Mayo) few years ago. A small rubbish fire Anton J. Cormsk. of Chicago, today was found outside a rear window of wag sentenced to death in the electric chair. MIAMI, Fla., March IO <UP1 “Spectrum” (liven Highest Award in ( lass by Scholastic Press Association The Spectrum, Chester High Schools magazine, gained national honor? when it was awarded first place among Hie senior high school magazines with a school enrollment ( .-dinned or. Cage Eighteen Yhe 36-vear-old bricklayer, who re- of more than I >00. rn tho ninth an- in McAdoo bill; Senator Proposes Fund to Pay Depositors When Banks tail WASHINGTON, March IO-HNB) A startling proposal for indemnification of depositors in member banks . of the Federal Reserve system was made todies by Senator William Gibbs ‘ McAdoo (I) », ot California, a former Secretary n( the Treasury, in a bill in-i traduced in the Senate. McAdoo would include other nonmember banks in the plan in event I they complied with requirement/; to be prescribed by the Federal Reserve Board. The bill would establish a "depositors’ indemnity fund,” which would lie used to pay depositors promptly when member banks failrd or suspended. It was referred to Hie F* ma to banking and currency committee. McAdoo** bill was one of three introduced lor t he relief of the banking situation. Senator Vandenberg. <R >, of Michigan. reintroduced his bill providing for a guarantee o( time deposits in national and state banks. It would set up condition* under which the Federal Government would guarantee the time deposits. Senator Dill 1D1 of Washington, aho reintroduced ins measure, call Highlight* in the hanking situation today: Pre-ident Roosevelt extends bank holiday Indefinitely. Predictions a re that sound hanks will he functioning normally by Monday. Tome expected to reopen tomorrow. Koine localities are using scrip, while others await further action from Washington. President drafts message to Congress, asking for power to cut veterans' compensation and to sla- h salaries up to 15 per cent. Executive a' <> plans huge public works program with initial bond issua of 5OU million? to start work. The Federal Government hurried an investigation of nil hanking institutions, to determine those which ore sound enough to reopen. I-xt.en-.ion of the hank liolida.v indefinitely by [’residential proclamation, w 1- (or two puip. e (a) To investigate the condition of tho hanks; and (h) to permit tho sound hanks to dear away tile mountain of unfinished business piled up during the holiday, in order to ho ready for reopening. The New A ort nearing House has begun clearing checks “frozen” in transit at the start of the holiday. Gold hoarders, inspired by fear of punishment, were pouring metal back into tin* Federal Reserve banks of every district and into their ow ii bank*. In New 5 ork, $65,000,00(1 was returned in four days. The federal Government is printing new currency at the rate of $30,000,000 a day. I nofiicial tram actions abroad showed only a slight depreciation in the American dollar. WASHINGTON, .March in (I FO—Unexpected delay toda.v peatponed bank reopenings until tomorrow at the en Hies!. I‘resident Roosevelt issued a proclamation Info last night extending the banking holiday and the gold embargo indefinitely. Until the Treasury grants permission, hanks can perform only the limit et! functions pnviously authorized. Treasury ofilcinl* encountered difficulties in preparation* for im* mediate!.' reopening hank under lh? emergency act which was rushed through Congre? , and rigned by .Mr. Roosevelt last night. They had expected    to    begin opening    hank*    today. tho    law-    gave tho    President    dictatorial    power    over    hanks and provided for hundreds of millions of new currency. Shortly after midnight Secretary of Treasury Wood in announced no reopenings would he authorized before Saturday. ( "II. is obvious that. it, will not, tv* possible to art upon all of the applications even by Saturday,” he added, inviting the hank* to ask permission, immediately to reopen. When the banks open under the new law.    Woodm    said,    they "will be piucrd in    a position to    meet all de mands." The delay in reopenings waa due to two causes: I < becking (bo condition of hanks to determine whic h should Text of Roosevelt Budget Message IO HIP) Roosevelt 8 WA SHI N CITO N M a r ch Following 1* President budget me?sage to Congress today: "The nation is deeply gratified by the immediate response given yesterday by Hie Congress to the nrre.-.xity for drastic action to restore and improve our banking system. A like necessity exist;, with respect. to the finance?, of (be government itself which requires equally courage- HIGH WINDS PLAY HAVOC WITH SIGNS Odd Fellows will be guests at an entertainment to be given by th? j    ________ __,    .    „ .    members of the F. M. and U. Club.    w-www-    ma tomorrow. Kus .signing leaves Babe    in od(1 tren0«. Tem ole E Birth and    ^ Yesterdays high uinds    did minoi Ruth the only Yankee holdout, and    Sproul pfrrpt., t0mo?SwVv-nfng The    damage in the residential    sections of th? Babe probably will br^ brought    entertainment will mark the close of    Thompson,    who    imposed sentence. into line bV. Col. Rup^r.. when the    a slx months’ program for. lodges    Man- man rr-if est at? Mtnsanri s'oir    Zangara.    declaring    his    hatred for Colonel arrives at camp earl* next m thR county    *    Man.,    j    blown    'dowm and '"Presidents and kings.” fired a volley week.     a     .    sign.    "    1    I,ported blown down and of shots at Mr RonSfvrl, whrn tdr pettedly expressed regret that th" shot which fatally wounded Cermak on February 15. failed to kill President Roosevelt, was sentenced shortly before th? Chicago mayor s funeral in his own city. He had pleaded guilty in proceeding* yesterday before Judge Illy O. Thompson, who unposed sentence. 'YU,' 1 . j ,,    Odd Fellow’s and their families and \\ hile no trims w< I announ d. I fncnds have been invited to attend. is understood that a ompimm, Airangemonts have been made to ««r?offlccr;of "«■ cnmd lodge and of the grand encampment present, in observance of "Odd Fellows Delaware County Night.” and Barrow, and Lou attached his signature with a smile. some old fences which had become rotted at th"ir fastenings were blown over. Th? streets wore cluttered with nSL. but President-den reaped At the .ide porch of h Ii ahong j Of the five, only Cermak and Mrs. nual convention of the Columbia .Scholastic Press Association, beginning yesterday at Columbia University. New York Cliv. The gradings, according to the merits of more than I boo publications of elementary and secondary .'(hooks throughout the united Stat".-, and its territorial possession*, wee? announced yesterday. Entries were iron) all parts of the United States rind its possessions, mg for opening of cheeking account.* ous- frank *lUf* prompt action • liVxi* t I vs/txI ran fir tee?* ***£ I Hi"* Continued on Page Eighteen BILL Ah Iv NI EE, MEDIA, BOY, IS UNDER BAN then President-elect returned to among them being ’ ’■ > publications government ha* been on the road toward bankruptcy. "For the fiscal year 1931 the deficit wa* $462,nooooo "For the fiscal year 1932 it wa* $2 172.000 OOO. —    •    -    -    I    "For the fiscal year 1933 It Pet rn’a hope to establish    a    new    probably exceed $1    ”00,000 boo world.* record in the 4-mile relay lo- "For the fiscal Mar HTM. based on morrow in Buffalo, received    a    jolt    the appropriation    bill* pa. -ed by    the hot night wlun it wa* learned    that    last, Congress and    the r .tuna ted rex - Bill MrKnifl was suspender!    indefi-    rimes the dcfirit    will probably    ex- Miami from a vacation cruise la.-r month. F’lve persons were wounded, SHERIFF’S SALES «■*»!    H    OUI,    Pf    Miami.    w.r,    hr,- ,l,I    ously injured. Mrs. Gill is still in the lorrnnnn !nH    uh.iL    Tho    Ini.    nae    Jackson Memorial Hospital. Where afternoon, and    mill    firm    va.    Cermak died after a valiant nineteen- panel and screened side partition o ARE POSTPONED BILL GUARANTEES    ......... ....... TIM E    BWR DEPOSITS AA-V/' n‘L,':    ’! |f’    'I'.’ I11!';    day fight to live. but physician*    have th? J adm 1 mm    uni limits vented the pin    from    being hroken    «;trong hone* for her recovery    .^i,.H,n„ , _ {The partition was twenty feet wide    IL"'    J-Ji-'-P and about fifteen feet in height. Sheriffs sales scheduled for tomorrow and also for Saturday. Marrh 25, will be held over to April I. This morning Attorney William C Alexander, solicitor for Sheriff John J. King, presented a petition in the from Alaska and two from Hawaii. Many of Hie school* entering publications were represented by delegates to the convention, more than 1900 delegate* being in attendance, Tile Spectrum, in gaining the honor of first place in the top division, rank* with publications from some of hoois in the country, including high schools in New York WASHINGTON. March IO—(UP' — Senator Vandenberg, Rcpn., Mich, today introduced a bill for guarantee of time deposits in banks. \vaTapprnvpd and sic,md by JudRcs , ?« .checking account, up lo *5,000 Fronefiold and Broomall. This petition was drawn up in accordance with the legislative ruling, signed by Governor Pinchot on Wednesday evening, and which authorizes the Common Pleas Courts of the Court will grant the requested sheriff. It is expected at Media that t heCourt will grant the requested permission today. I . %. TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON. March IO—«INS) —Treasury balance as of March R. $133,567.562 64; expenditures, $607.-508 57; Customs receipts, $3,208.508 64 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY IR* United |*re«.v > in the Postal Savings System. WASHINGTON, March IO -TUP) A bill providing for $400 000.000 in federal loans to redistribute industrial population by encouraging return to the land was introduced today by Senator Bankhead, Dem . Ala. IO VISH I OSMON LONDON. March IO—(INS)—Arrangements have been completed for former Crown Prince Wilhem, e Germany, to visit london during the Faster holiday?, the London Dai';-Herald, said today. POLICE f HILES TO MEET A regular meeting of the Chester Pike Chiefs of Police A oc^aMon. will be held next Thursday evening, in the meeting room of police headquarters at Lam dew ne. FORMULATE PLANS FOR P.-T. MEETING lr .....,.....,-------  ~r~    * A meeting of the executive committer of the Dewey-Mann Pa rent-Teachers' Association was h"ld in the school building at Third and Jeffrey streets, yesterday afternoon, when plans were formulated for the next regular session of the body. The guest speaker will be William H. Krell. principal of the Franklin Grammar School. Mrs. William J. McDowell, president, presented a report of th" number of names that have be?n placed on th" petition now in clrrulaGon for the bufidin?’ of a junior high school in th" West End. Ii will be precented to th" school hoard in the near future. I’. S. SENATE P Lf’ESSES WASHINGTON. Mn Th IO 'UTi —The Senat" recessed today aft";-hearing Pre ident Roo:r-.elt’s bude" message The recess is effective until noon tomorrow. Judge Thompson ordered Zangara C ontinued on Pace licht*en TATU RED < LOTHES HELD ( 5MI POMONA, Cal. March in -GNS* Although hi* clothing was tattered it contained $26 000 in cash and $25,-000 in .securities when John W Mattox, 78, collapsed in a bus station. Continued un Page I ightrrn EMI. RC ii Vt V OEI »: 4 I ION S Mr* Elizabeth Pitier of 14 Kibon road, Chester and it ,ph IGG Jr . of 1811 Boothwyn ro,>d Boothwyn were admitted to Hie Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park, for emergency operations. CALLING OFF WAR ON SPF.AKEASIES AT Ii AVA NA 1—>!▼ lion?. Belles Last. 2—McTinkle, Map Price, Funawa Kid. Innisfail, Trynr, Lightfccl Bon. 3—Heigh? Bob, Matie ll.indies, Pen dulnm, Foxev Burt, Evicted, Ask Torch. I—Paddy Flaherty, Vhdurtinn. mu)' Hamm Irs. Buster H.. Brown Mole. 5—( harniinc I mma, Black Darling. Smiling Moon. Chinan, Fair Afina, Annet? B. 6—Beauty Bell? I Im?” H. Cr? ss3n-tanis, Lady lKw, I'-- Jay, Fair Vagary, Jo? Ada n- 7—ni«t*--v« Signal, P»Iom Fly. .’'I'-ndell. Griffin. AT HIALEAH PARK 1— Non?.! 2—Lady Kenneally, ( hief A.. Bvphar, Go Yonder. \\ is? Mollie 3—Rural Quern, Tinv AN rack. I—Primer. First One, Fortune Bay, Onley, Mudraker. 5— None.) 6—Mary Va— 'n. 7— None.) Weather, clear; track, fa^t. Text of Proclamation by Roosevelt Continuing Banking Holiday WASHINGTON, Mar, h IO The lull text of lh? proclamation issued l?'t night by President Roosevelt follows; Whereas, on March 6, PJT”, I, Franklin I). Roosevelt, President of the United State* of Amnios, by proclamation declared th? existence of a national emergency end proclaimed a hank holiday extending from Monday, the 6th day of March, to Thursday, th" 9*h ddy of March, 1933, both dates inclusive, in order to present the export, hoarding or earmarking of gold or silver, coin or bullion or currency or speculation in foreign exchange; and Whereas under the Act of Mnreh 8. 1933. cli j origination* he e-toforc or hereafter issued by the President pur cant to th? authority conferred by Section 5 (bi of th? Act of October C, 1917, a? amended, are approved and confirmed; and Whereas, aid national emergency still continuer, and it is necessary to take further measures extending beyond March 9, 1933, in order to accomplish such purpose-: Now, therefore, I, Franklin I). Roosevelt, Pte'-ident of the United States of America, in view of such continuing national emergency, and by virtue of the authority vested in me by .Section 5 (b) of the Act of October 6, 1917 i IO Stat. L., 41 IT. as amended by the act of March 9. 1933, do hereby pr< and pros Lions of r nltely by tho Philadelphia a A U. McKnlfT. noted Media athlete, was barred from all A. A. U. m?rt,s for participation in an unsanctioned ('vent la. I summer. Tile meet in Buffalo is a championship affair sponsored bv the Niagara. AAU. There t* till a chance that Mole nj fir may participate, how’ever. H? ha* to apnly for a reinstatement and i his friends ar? endeavoring to get the A A TU to hold a special meeting fume time today to temporarily ; reinstate the former West Catholic mph runner. SUN CO. EMPLOYES GET PAY IN ( ASH Bun Oil Company employe* at Marcus Hook were paid off rn cash yesterday. The Ford Motor Company paid off In check* as I* the custom. These checks were cashed at the plant, office for the convenience of the worker? Nearly 2000 employe* at the Ford plant availed themselves of the opportunity to convert their check* into cash. immediate reed $1 000,000.000 mile; action is I ak n, "Thus we Shall have piled up an accumulated drhcif of $'.000,000,000 serious! irs* I be opened up at once, is taking more lim? than was anticipated. 2. I tine is being allowed for stat* banks to join the Federal Reservo system in order to obtain tho benefits granted under emergency legislation which mick*** it ea«sier to obtain new money. Meantime the Government Engraving Bureau here wa* running off money at th? rate of $30,000OOO a will day to supply banks when they reopen. Washington put in one of its most active ixeare-timo night*. At 8 25 p. rn. the emergency bill reached the White House. It had been pa'*ed by Congress with record speed after a short, emphatic message from President Roosevelt. Fifteen minutes later the President, *ur- ” Wit Ii the utmost seriousness i , rounded bv his family and a few point out to the Congress the pro- j fiends, signed the measure-found effect of this fact upon his fact upon our national economy ll b*'* contributed j to the recent collapse of our banking .structure. It has accentuated the stagnation of the economic life of our people It has added to the ranks I of the unemployed Our government * , house Is not in order and for many j reasons no eft a mo- < <intinned on Page Eighteen Topicsof l imes taken to re "Upon thi United States safety of depo? surance policic dust ria I criterp agnel ahilit; of th* nitely hunva Ax a in Zangara has remained cool since hi* arrest hilt we bet this trip to tiia electric chair will make hun hot. Lund f action has been re It to order. ill rn pa ired credit of ‘he government, re*t the!    - the sp?nitty of rn- I Prohibition agent* have been fille activity of m- Utrueted not to raid speakeasies. The ti,e value of our I poor ancress they had you'd have thought they would hate quit year* ago. MV ll Un d St aft and the avaunt. The credit es government defi-i cLs there fundamental ie*. If, therefore, becomes ineern to make secure the National recovery rie- ONE CII A OEI N I I ERS th? William Sealion, a member of Good Will Fire Company, No 2, responded to a rail from the Chester Ilo-pitrtl yesterday tor blood to he used in a transfusion operation neox-Har* in the case of Robert Newdeclter, of Merits*, who i* suffering from mastoiditis. Th* n? ce too ll to thi tm in recent history libit* have been wrecked <t,e fiscal policy. We * danger. Ie for a leisurely ap-, problem. We must several months hence, I* accentuated bv th* 'ettng great refunding spring. st rnovi WX Ii a and Continued on Page Eighteen Principal Provisions iii Em cr gen cy Punkin g A ct SS ASHING !ON, March Blare the Emergency Banking principal provision*: TITLE ONE A norov ar. a nd confirms is    procJa of Pre?; •crc(ary Wi st* in Po Boos Here blit * ,’f* Jt Authorises without invi erg, to fix . bankine bu? serve memb+ Pre,1 ident Roosevelt. (king th* war po v-est i jettons on the ness of Federal Rc- A lot of person* .stooped doing certain thing* during I < at. but so far it, seems that. e\ei*>one ha* stopped ; cashing check*. A county woman claim* her dead husband* ghost came back to haunt property she sold. On" hubby who I dares spook without being spoken to. 'Ehun country will soon come out on toil if as many people talk ahout co-op*-ration a* they do about their ©potation. The present financial crisis ha* been compared to a war. Well, being broke I* just what Sherman said war is. While hankers hate to see bandi’* enter their institution, they al.xo fear depositors wlio are quick on the draw, pipes Colonel Jeems. A certain group of county fir» battlers were unable to get their apparatus started the other night be-chu."- there was no .. u. around th* firehouse. Ample proof that tire firemen don t congregate in the firehouse. It Wi War ’!atm, order, direct and declare that all the id proc em*til n of March 6. 19"3, or.'! th" tion* end order? is tied thereunder, ere he re Ta contin ued and effect until further proclamation by the Vie..[ rn. in A *>ignifi(ant turning point in prohibition enforcement wa* r?,n h*d when C olonel Amos AV AT. Woodedn’fiona! prol’th i m u t r*,n>, i ucd erd'-r* to agent* that their effort < her aftT ar" to I * ti meted chiefly to sources rf liquor supply and no* to •,—?!" rsir •. to • o w ith AA oodcock Heft) ax h* !*’ ’.•*:! Ho "rdrr in A* •’fixity' arr, *    '*    > ti I. Jon? , I a J v;*t ■* n! dir-rter, end ‘(anding ie" *o ri?hti, Kandolplt (. Shaw, thief eouns?!, and L. A. Tnigg, chief field cffici. nnent nor applicable to peace-tncies the tremendous powers of j cgu!ation zer transaction* In credit, cur-‘tiry, gold and lilvcr, including »rrign exchange, Maximum penalties for viola-‘ are $10,000 fine and IO years npnsonment. Empowers Secretory Wood in i require delivery at the TYeas-'V of all gold and gold certifl-ites hrld by anybody in the >u n try. ll J EE HAO Authorizes the Comptroller ie Currency to appoint a c* •rvator for any national b? * District of Columbia b? henever he considers it nee J lie W eather gary to sets. Enable aside foj tors on amount* may be Permit low bani the bank' the con wlthdra' or to / dope a1 t a rateable bs as the Comptroller says used so safely. * the Comptroller to alif, under conservators to aa ashing ton. March lo—ii Pi - Forecast for tonight and Saturday: lantern New York, Eastern Penn Sylvania, New Jersey:    Fair and • older tonight: Saturday fair with slowly rising temperature. AA extern Pennsylvania:    Fair and continued cold tonight:    >,aturday (air with rising temperature. TODAY’S TEMPERATURE re new1 deposit* w uld t onlinued on Page Eijhtecn 6 a rn. ... ... 32 ll a. rn, .. ... 33 a. m. ... 34 Noon ,,,,,, ,34 8 a. rn. >.. 32 I p. rn. ,, ... 33 9 a. rn. ... ... 311 2 p. rn. ., 0 a. rn. ... OO « ;

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