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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 1O8 FINAL EDITIOK Wxth AH Latest Best of the Day 57TH 17541 Daily Leased Wire Reports or Cnlted Press and International News Service INS UP CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY MARCH 15 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS COUNTY BANKS McCLURES VOTE r nDi7A7j7n nrpricrrc ON SUNDAY GAMES OPENED DEPOSITS mm COMMENTJ GROW IN j Sports Bill Surprise to j Ten Institutions Chester Doing Assembly Chiefs j mat Is Not Hope Ab for BIuc positors Flock to All Reopened Units i Law Change for at Least Smiling and Confident Two Years PLEDGE ECONOMY AND BEER Deposit Gain in Chester Banks Yes terday Withdrawals Being at Situation Almost Normal For the Entire County After Holiday Delaware countys banking situation was almost nor mal today with the opening of almost all the county banks both state and national The banks permitted to reopen this morning Avere First National Media Swarthmore National Ridley Park National Interboro Bank and Trust Company Prospect Park Main Line Title and Trust Company Ardmore Tin icum Bank of Essington Lansdowne National Marcus Hook National Morton National and Wayne Title and Trust Company The list was not complete and the Clifton National Bank was awaiting word to open on a minutes notice The Darby National and the MediaSixtyNinth Street Trust Company are operating on a moratorium basis Opening of the county developed the same situation as that of yesterday in Chester when all the banks here threw open their doors Depositors arrived in droves and soon the banks were humming with activ ities The county banks reported as did Chester that depositors greatly exceeded withdrawals Yesterday it was unofficially re ported a gain of in deposits in the Chester banks This proved beyond peradventure that the confidence of the patrons was estab lished 100 per cent One of the de posits was for 5100000 made by an official of a business concern Thus today the situation is quite improved over that preceding the HUGE BUYING IN banking holidays when worry and JY Wall Street Reacts Op timistically to End of BankingCrisis NEW YORK March Wall street reacted optimistically to the end of the banking crisis by HARRISBURG March Liberal leaders in the State Assembly today virtually abandoned hope of ob taining legalized Sunday Baseball in Pennsylvania for at least two more years The states Blue Laws weathering storms of varying degrees since their enactment in 1794 successfully stood their major test in the Senate The Schwartz bill permitting outdoor sports during for afternoon hours on the Sabbath under a local optional licensing plan failed by two votes The score was 26 to 24 The house had passed it overwhelmingly One of the surprises was the adverse vote of Senator McClurc of Delaware county which aroused wide comment Dejected liberals saw little chance of resurrecting the measure Only upon the request of two Senators who voted inthe negative may a recon sideration of the vote be granted The Steedle Blue Law modifier lies on the House postponed calendar It was uncertain whether the bill would be calledup for a final passage vote Liberals lost their enthusiacm and felt that the Senate vote doomsalso the Steedle Measure which provides for Blue Law modification even more extensively than the Schwartz bill Reports in the House today indicate j that the unemployment relief pro Debate Limitation ImpOSCcl gram the Rict committee submitted j will be dropped and a new measure will be drawn immediately Originally considered as the unem ployment relief program of the State Republicrn Organization the Rice Report now seems destined to make Smilingly confident after assuring President Roosevelt of prompt enact ment of his budgctshishinjr and beer programs Senator Joseph T Robinson majority lender and Lewis Douglas director of the budget are pictured on the steps of the White House after iheir conference with the President TO PASS SENATE APPROVALOFNEW BY NIGHTFALL throwinghuge buying orders into the unrest was discovered in some quarI market when the New York stock ters of the county Business is being j exchange reopened today after the done as usual merchants are report Koliday which began 4 ing increased sales ana a serene con fidentiai attitude is in the air Scrip Redeemed Yesterday scrip poured back into the banks of the House Association Continued on Tape Fourteen FLAMES THREATEN EAST END GARAGE in Controversy Over Veterans Cuts Measure Gives Roosevelt Dictatorial Powers Force Slashes to WASHINGTON March Ordinance Fixing Job of Superintendentof Police Passes First Reading James H Deavenport For mer Police Chief Said to Be Slated for Post Creation of the office of Supcrin Senator Borah Idaho made ajtcnclcnfc of Policc ls provided for by sniritprt rthtnrt nn tinriiv y Fire threatened a large garage on I Opening prices spirited for an attack on Congress apparent readiness today to re an Chester Clearing The call wasis showed gains for from 1 to 4 points with one stock Corn Products re cording a sensational advance of oclock last evening prompt action by district fire companies preventing ser ious damage The flames were con fined to an oil draining and repair pit in the rear part of the garage linquish its fiscalpowers with admis sions that it could not economize ordinance presented by Mayor William Ward Jr and passed on first Citv jnuusB Aibuuitinuii iiie jaii wets itjcftr7j h A Vii L r i Ann i in VhP rear part 01 me gtucig anerwaros aie ceiancates were pemg j large motor transport truck was over presented for cash or for deposit uuinco i L Except for those pieces kept as souvenirs banking officials expect little of the scrip to be on view to day or tomorrow Chesters ex perience with scrip was exceedingly agance Coincident with the opening ofthe i the pit it wasliuiTiedly and driven T r jchanpe the of tlie building by firemen The mri an burning oil in the pit caused a dense w emu iitciiiy AH f in Vianor pntirr k stock exchange the New 1 oufc tlie building by firemen The i7 on I burn of smoke to hang over the entire With the use of oil fire brief The certificates were first is sued last Saturday morning in a limited amount to make up pay rolls and the recall was issued yes terday thereby setting a xecord for the duration of this form of ex change County bankers and employes were all smiles this morning as their in Continucd on Page Fourteen UPPER DARBY MAN omm odtym a throughout the country reopened WASHINGTON March Senate leaders resorted to rigid limitation of debcte to speed enact ment of President 000000 economy for business this morning Exceptions were the Chicago Board of Trade and Continued on 1age Two They expected the fighting chemicals carried on some of j passed by nightfall Despondent over financial worries according to attaches of the cor oners office Henry A Aaronson 61 of Long lane and Calvin road Upper Darby ended his life by inhaling carbon monoxide fumes yesterday afternoon The body was found by Mrs Joseph Houser from whom Aaronson rented a gaiage located a block from his honjie Coroner Scheehle said Aaronson committed suicide A note addressed to his wife read I could raise no money and this is the best way out The note was found in his pocket LANSDOWNE JOBLESS TO BE GIVEN WORK Both Samuel E Turner warden of Brpadmeadows Farm and prison of ficials tliis morning strongly denied that a twoday hunger strike had taken place at the institution as had been published in several Philadel phia papers this morning When the wardens attention was called to the story this morning he said There is absolutely nothing to it He added that similar stories have gained circulation one about four months ago but they like the one just released were the figment of the imagination of Philadelphia newspaper reporters who were run ning short of news Warden Turner then said that everything at the prison was going along serenely and that there was not the slightest truth that there was any cause any concern on any subject whatever He closed by saying that The holiday for fake story writing must been lifted as well as the bank holiday the apparatus the fire was extin guished within a few moments after the arrival of the first of the fire com panies A number of small automo l biles and several large trucks were fin the garage at the time but they sustained no damage Every piece of fire apparatus in the city responded to the alarm for through an error two boxes were turned in from corners near the scene of the fire The first alarm calling the district companies was turned in bv a motorist from Box 131 located at Ninthstreetand Morton avenue and the second alarm was sent in from Box 1ST located at Tenth and Walnut streets by a night employe in the garage PROMPTLY ANSWERED Between fifty and seventyfive un1 employed men will be put to work by Lansciowne Boiough when work is begun on taking up the trolley tracks in Baltimore pike in Lans downe on March 20 The job will keep the men busy for a month or six weeks Applica tions for employment will be re by Frank B Titus chief of police who also will select men The work will be under the supervision of the Department State Highway Authorities at the local head quarters of the Home Service Section of the American Red Cross received a request from Mrs Thomas McGeehan of 31B Lloyd street Mon day that they communicate with the branches in Los Angeles Cali fornia to ascertain whether her son Thomas A McGeehan of 826 South Hope street that city had escaped injury in the recent earthquake dis AUTO COLLISIONS A wire was immediately sent to the AT A XT iRcd Cross Chapter in Los Angeles UJN1L IMAJN JUN J i and within a few hours the informa j tion was relayed to Chester that John A Burns 1376 East Kennedv i MrsMcGechans son though he had street Philadelphia slightly Ibeen in the vicinity affected by the Vvofl inlMrlPC reading at a session held by senate debate on j Council yesterday afternoonand the President Roosevelts economy plan j action htts furnished the basis for that demands of executive agencies j considerable speculation among those were the source of Federal extravi allied with municipal affairs and citizens in general Following the reading of the ordi nance Mayor Ward made the fallow ing statement This ordinance is presented be caustv of the suBgcstionssniade by groups and individuals that theeffi ciency of the police department might be improved by the injection of n skilled police efficiency man that thought in view this ordinance as is presented The appointment is not for any specified time It Is in the nature of measure to be Senate amendments will require the bill to be returned to the House but it is hoped that body will accept the modifications and avoid the delay of a conference The debate limitation was imposed after more than sixteen hours of de sultory orations punctured by occa sional fiarcups over the controversial PENNA ASSEMBLY RUSHES MEASURE TO CONTROL BEER Plans to Model New Law On the Old BrooksHigh License Act Schnader Gives Opinion County Boards May Se lect Brink Places HARRISBURG Pa March legislators raced against Congressional action today to prevent every corner drug store in the state from dispensing good Congressional approval of beer of 32 per cent alcoholiccontent would make that beer automatically legal beverage in the Keystone State and would permit its sale by any mercan tile establishment That is the opinion of the states highest legal adviser Attorney Gen eral Willinm A Schnnder Schnaders opinion in which some do not concur is that the state en forcement act defines as intoxicating that which Congress shall rule in toxicating and as nonintoxicating that which Congress says is not At present legal near beer so pre scribed by the Volstead act is sold by drug stores groceries butcher shops chain stores and by practi cally every mercantile establishment in the food business Extension of the alcoholic content of beer would not change this condi tion according to an interpretation of Schnadcrs position To correct this a special legislative committee hastened preparation o a liquor control bill which would be modeled on the plan formerly in effect in the Keystone Common wealth the Brooks High License Law This bill which may be presented in the House of the General As sembly today would provide for is suance of licenses for drinkdis pensing places by county license boards or tho county courts Fees for such licenses would be grad unied in accordance with the size the municipality in which the enter LIGHT WINES PUT INTO BEER BILU BY SENA TE GROUP House Measure Emerges From Finance Com mittee of Upper Chamber With Amend ment Inserted and a Prediction That Beverages Will Be Available by April Grape Growers of West Coast Insistent on tending Modification Likely to Fall in Line Quickly With Possibly 23 Acting on Raise Revenues WASHINGTON March House bill legalizing 32 beer was approved today by the Senate Finance Committee An amendment including wine of light alcoholic con tent was inserted in the bill Senator Reed Republican of Pennsylvania a member of the committee predicted that beer would be available by April I Senate leaders planned to bring the amended bill up for passage as soon as the economy bill is dis posed late today I predict legal beer by April 3 said Senator Reed Republican Pennsylvania as he emerged smiling from the committee room prise is established would be regulated The plan looked Brewing also further ahead than Volstead Act liberalization for it also provided for a system of conv Continued on Pago Fourteen SEEKING CUSTODY an experiment with the hope of realising beneficial result1 The individuals identity has not been made public but rumor has it S400000000 cut in veterans benefits that James H Dcavcnport former It provides that no member may speak more than thirty minutes on the bill or more than 15 minutes on any amendment The two days and one evening of debate have accomplished little more than to demonstrate the thinness of Continued on Page RIVER THROUGHPARK MECCA FOR ANGLERS HIGH SCHOOL PUPIL injured about the arms an automobile he was driving was in collision with a truck at Seventh and Parker streets yesterday after noon The truck was driven by Wilfred H Ilg of 9 Garrison road Parkside No arrests were made A second collision was reported this morning at 730 oclock between machines operated McGinley 9 Main by Edward J street Upland REPORTED MISSING and Oliver J Logan of Brookhavcn This accident happened at Twenty first and Madison streets Both machines were slightly damaged The mother of Stanley Joaloski i 2112 West Fourth street today asked police to broadcast a description of her son who left ostensibly for Ches ter High school yesterday but never reached there The missing boy is 16 years old 5 feet 8 inches in height and weighs 135 pounds He is wearing a light cap and sheepskin lined coat The mother received information her son and three other boys boarded a truck bound for Maryland quake had escaped injuries ELECTRICAL STORM Followers of Izaak Walton have been turning out in large numbers the past several clays and their ap pearance along the banks of Ridley River in Chester Park is a true har binger of spring Many men who are unemployed spend the mornings and afternoons perched on the orna mental rail of the park bridge and at points of vantage along the banks peacefully putting hours of waiting for a nibble from the fish to be found in the muddy waters of the creek swollen by recent rains SCALDED BY TEA Frank Klein of 220 Booth street was given treatment at the Chester Hospital for scold wounds of the body The youngster upset a pot of boiling tea at his home last night and the contents drenched chief of police and recognized as a strict disciplinarian will be the choice Otherswho have been men tioned for the place are Captain of Detectives George J Feeney Traffic Continued on Pago Fourteen RAIN AND COLDER Rain and colder istho prediction again today with much colder weather tonight In Eastern Pennsyl vania New Jorcy Delaware1 and Maiyland Fairfind somewhatcolder is tomorrows forecast The highest temperature here yes terday was 53 degrees at p m and the lowest was 40 at 7 a m The average of 4fi was six degrees above normal for the date and seven teen degrees above thf average March 14 last year Maxim vim tem perature for the date is 70 established in 1903 and minimum 12 in 1888 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p in Eastern Standard Time Accompanied by vivid flashes of lightning and crashes of thunder an rain storm visited this city shortly after i oclock this morn ing Rain fell in torrents and the light ning flashes were almost incessant accompanied by crashing peals of thunder No damage was reported TJ S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON March Treasury balance as of March 13 expenditures 144921 customs receipts Phila Lawyer to Aid Sen ate Utility Quiz Clure for Action Mc HATCHET GASHESLEG In times of nationalemergency and Alighting at Third street and Edg bank moratoriums many are the mis mont avenue she decided to walk to takes made with reference to hoarded Fourth and Market streets to resume igold but one of the most unusual her journey by car West was made in this cityit was learned i Thats quite a heavy suit case wood i today when a story was heard rej you have there lady said a man William Kowol of 2615 Third street was chopping in the yard at the rear of his gardW Hook woman and i as he stepped beside her and offered home yesterday when the hatchet j her attempt at providing a decent to help her with the bag he was using slipped and struck him burial plot for her dog ter Hospital for treatment on the leg inflicting a deep iscerai The canines name and the nature tion Korvol was taken to the Chesjof the disease that caused its death j were not mentioned but it was stated i that his owner was an apajrtment 1 house dweller And down in Marcus j Hook like all other big cities the j apartment dweller is not burdened Yes it is and contains something that I hate to part with too replied the woman as she dried a fresh tear HARRISBURG March INS Spencer Edmonds Phila delphia former state representative today was named chief counsel to the Senate Utility Investigating Com mittee simultaneously with the an nouncement from Senator John J McCIure chairman that the probe will be vigorously prosecuted Edmonds sponsored the 1921 State Teachers Salary Act bearing his name He succeeds Oliver K Eaton Pittsburgh who resigned as the com mittees chief counsellor Senator McCIure said It is the thought of the com A habeas corpus hearing started this morning at Media before Judge John MBroomall 3rd by Mrs Mary Dunkrm Gibson Robinson to obtain the custody of four daughters was halted abruptly about noon upon the request of the attorneys in the case to have the courtroom cleared Following tho request Judge Broomal1 ordered all persons except attorneys and witnesses cleared from the room According to the record of the petition on flic Mrs Robinson claims she and her husband Wirt Robinson separated on November 16 lastand that Robinson took the chil dren to the home of his sister Mar jorie Henderson on the Mnin Line where he and the children have been residing The children and their ages are Rose Cabcll four Elizabeth Dunster six Alice Phtnncy ten and Mary Dunkan 11 ROOSEVELT HAS JOB RELIEF MESSAGE WASHINGTON March A twopoint program calling for the immediate employment of at least 200000 men in the national forests and experimental farm relief will be submitted to Con gross soon by Prosklcmfc RooRvclt it was an nouncod today nt the White Ho imp Mr was expected to send a message to Capitol Hill tomorrow on thn unemployment relief Ho wU nsc permission to put people to work not only in the national forerts but also on other government projects that would not conflict with yorlc now being done RE AD Y ALBANY N Eight thousand bartenders are rcadj to serve the populace as soon ai Con gress and President Roosevelt ap prove modification of the Volstead Beer Act Samuel Covclski president of the New York State Bartenders Union said today EXCHANGE HIGHER NEW YORK March UP wore made today for McCLURE REPEAL JILL UP IN HOUSE Passes First Reading and Provides for Convention Delegates HARRISBURG March INS The House today passed on first reading the McClurc Senate bill pro viding lor the election of 51 dole gates to a constitutional convention which will pass upon proposed repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment Two slates of delegates one dry and the other wet would bo on the ballots One delegate would be elected from each of the 3t congres sional districts and 17 atlargc The House Committee amended tho bill making it mandatory that the delegates be elected tn connection with the regular general election next November Another1 bill providing for a con stitutional convention of 208 dele gates elected in the various legisla tive districts of the State was intro duced by Rep W C McGregor Armstrong A from tho federated churches In Philadelphia Indicated their support of the McGregor plan Antiprohibitionists area in favor the McClure proposal U S REPRESENTED IN LEAGUE GROUP GENEVA March advisory commltec of the League of Nations on Manchuria convened secretly today with the United States represented Dr Christian Langc of Norway presided The committee first ap proved Washingtonsanswer to an in vitation to join Hugh Wilson and Frederick Kaycr representing the United Statcs waited in the office of Sir Eric Drummond BCerctary general until they wcro informed thai woro invited whereupon Drummond ushered them into the meeting TEM A YOR CHOSEN IN CHICAGO CHICAGO March J Corr m i d d 1 ea god Democratic alderman WM c i o c t rj cl temporary mayor of Chicago last night succeed ing the laio Anton J Ccrmak Corr received 33 votes out of 50 The rornajning 17 refused after four hours of bitter pirsonal debate to vote for anyone As their turns came to vote of them expressed them j selves as favoring the veteran John S Clark for the temporary mayorship Chairman Harrison said no other provisions of the bill had been changed and that as approved by the committee it permitted unrestricted advertising of the legalized beverages as was provided in tho House Bill We may be able to get to the beer bill today after disposing of the economy legislation Harrison said Later Chairman Harrison somewhat modified the beerwine program ex plaining that it probably would not come before the Senate until tomor row Senators who sat late last night were anxious to adjourn today after disposing of the economy bill and possibly several nominations The legalized beverages may be placed on sale in states which permit It 15 days after President RooscVelt signs the bill modifying the Volstead Act Senator McAdoo Dem Calif of fcrnd the amendment to extend the modification to wine and fruit juices There was no record vote Irtclusionof wine revives the argu ment with which Capitol Hill enter talned itself lastsession regarding the palatibOity of 32 per cent wine Some persons said wine of so low alcoholic content would not be a sat isfactory beverage Grape growing areas were insistent however that wine be it was put in The apple industry of tho north west led last sessions lobby for legal ization of 32 per cent fruit juices House committees have consistently refused to extend the proposed modi Continued on Pagfe Fourteen WALKERS WIFE DENIES SETTLEMENT MIAMI Fla March Mrs Janet Allen Walker estranged wife of former Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York today emphatically de nied the husband she is di vorce on a charge of desertion has settled on ler There has been no settlement notf any discussion of such Mrs Walker declared SEES RESIGNATION OF JAPANS PREMIER TOKIO March UP nation of the cabinet of Prime Min ister MR koto Saito after Japan offi cially withdraws from the League of Nntions was forecast today by the Vernacular Press The privy council prepared for final consideration of the governments note to Genoa thn sale of a Stock Exchange on the New York nt against rr i n Halt and Rob Motorists in the last previous sale on March 1 of Upper Darby Township Thugs Were Unarmed The high of the year was HER SENTENCE COMMUTED HARRISBURG March Mary Stnnklewlcz 49 of Sha mokih today won her fight to escape Pennsylvanias electric chair for the murder of her 70ycaroid husband Jacob last November The State Board of Pardons within two hours after hearing the plea of her coun Topics of Times Twenty beers for a dollar instead of six is the kind of inflation that many working men can understand A speaker at Rotary yesterday said most men in Turkey have four wives Theymust be bears for punishment announced commutation of sentence to life Imprisonment the Pretending to carry pistols in their coat pockets two young bandits stole about and nearly in jewelry from motorists on Monument road near City Line Harry Marvish 30 225 Huntley road Upper Darby told police he stopped his automobile shortly after midnight to replace a headlight bulb on Monument road along the Phila delphia Country Club polf course A car drew up besido rmr and two men stepped out ho said They told me stick rem up and while one took my wallet containing about S40 my gold wrist watch and a diamond stickpin the other stole on January 18 fBy United Press AT TROPICALPARK with the worry of summer grass 1 bank when the woman stepped into the street to see if an Eddystone with her handkerchief and agreed j mittee to vigorously continue all its a diamond ring and a dinner ring to letthe stranger carry the mysteI activities All legslation onutility from my wife matters will be given immediate con sideration The bill reappropriating to rious bag They were getting dangerously close to the doors of a down town mowing Mighty nice of them said the woman as she hung up her telephone after having tola an Eddystone family of the scarcity of dog graves In the oil town They had told her they Pay Erebus Agrasun Ladojan would be glad to allot a plot in their Gallic S alii e Socks Brandon Prince Weather clear track fast back yard for a mound car was approaching The stranger had been making his own mental deductions Evidently believing that the bag he was carrying was weighted with gold which the woman was returning to her bank the selfappointed baggage Securing a sheet she carefully smasher decided on immediate action wrapped the body of the dead pet and He fled The woman wonders what placed it in a dress suit case Then was his reaction when he discovered she boarded a trolley car for the not oodles of gold but just a poodle scene of interment dead at that finance the inquiry was brought out of Senate committee today and will be up for second reading next Monday night No action was taken by thji com mittee on resignations of J Julius Levy Scrrnton and J Cullen Ganey Bethlehem who were Eatons asso ciates in the Dr John G Hervey Philadelphia continues as advisor to the committee I dont believe they armed but each of them kept a hand in his coat pocket and pretended to be holding a pistol About two hours before Marvish was robbed Gabriel Muller 32 5105 Hazel avenue told policehe was held up by two men who stole and a from him on Monument road north of City Line in Lower Merion township adjacent to West Laurel Hill cemetery Mullers description of the two robbers corresponded with that given on proposed legislation The com by Marvish They did not molest a mittee will meet here again on Mori girl companion of Muller He said i day 1 he did not see their automobile Most women weigh more in winter than in summer sez Doctor Bill It cant be the heavy under wear but the heavy colds The maximum temperature on Mars is around freezing and below zero at nights they say And one might add pretty much the same conditions obtain in some apartment houses WASHINGTON March end of the banking crisis to day with the reopening of thou sands of small banks throughout the country brought to a close a 10day period of national tensity grav ity such as Washington never has witnessed in peace time Through it all the one really riculturc is just around the corner At his insistence Volsteadism will be kicked into the discard in another 24 hours It has all been done at such breathtaking speed such disregard for conventional precedents as to leave Washington accustomed to more sedate procedure literally calm figure and seemingly the only gasping and wondering what manner one who never lost sense 01 humor has been Franklin DRoose velt Pitchforked into a situation such as no President ever has been called upon to face at the outset of his ad ministration he has driven through to accomplishment more farreach ing legislation in ten days than nor mally could be accomplished in ten monthsHe has supplied the driving force Congress the votes Today he is virtually the banking dictator of thc nation Probablyby tonight he will be armed with almost equally dictatorial powers to cut and slash expenditures by hundreds of million of dollars an nually A semidictatorship over ag of man it is who has thus taken charge of things Although he has grinned and joked through it all the stress and strain of the first ten days in the White House have left their mark on the new President There are lines in his face that were riot there on the windswept capito plaza March 4 when he grimly promised to obey and defend the Constitution He has had no exercise He has had very little sleep He has lunched at his desk What little sleep he has had has frequently been broken into by long distance calls He has run his staff ragged so much so that Continued on Page They are going to have a super vicor of police here We were just wondering which group of police he will supervise Lest we forpcfc Wasnt there a man named Garner who got some sort of job In Washington recently A woman in Philadelphia was found to have her wealth hidden un der the coal pile Even having a coal pile these days Is a good sign of wealth Sunday baseball and football will still be taboo in Chester But it will fltillbe possible to havealittle game of poker in the back room of sotna speakeasy The Weather WASHINGTON March for tonight and Thurs day Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey Fair and colder tonight Thursday fair Western Pennsylvania Fair and colder tonightThursday Jaiflj TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 44 11 a m 52 7 a m 1 46 Noon 8 a m 47 1 p m 30 9 s m 10 a m 49 2 p m 43   

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