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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              ANOTHER MO FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best of the Day 58TH 17750 Dllv IiMucd Wire Rennets of Untied rtefi U1 and IncninUonnl News Service INS OHKSTKK PA VV10UNIOSDAY NOVUMH10K 10 PRICK TWO CENTS DAVIS SAYS HE SAVED MCLURE FROM GUNMAN Government Star Witness Balked Angry Bootleg ger He Claims LOVELIEST BLOND TO WED Continues Recital of Raids and Graft Payments to Police Sold Still Davis Testifies Chester police officials jmd county detectives conducted a side business in addition to their offi cial duties during 1923 according to Edgar A Davis who is testify ing in the conspiracy trial In 1925 we raided a still along Commission Row and while dis mantling it found a tag attached which showed it had previously been taken in a raid by Chester police When I asked the man who was running it where he got it he replied I bought it at City Hal Davis also told of confiscating a good brand of wine in a speak easy at Third and Bunting streets The bottles still bore a label at tached by attaches of the district attorneys office it having been taken in a raid The man we arrested in this raid said he bought it of Dan Toohey and when I told Toohey about it he declared Did those fools leave those labels on the bottles Edgar A Davis ace government witness and selfstyled personal in vestigator for the alleged protection ring of tlLs county today resumed the stand in Federal Court Phila delphia to give direct testimony in the allced conspiracy case Davis extortionist extraordinary hijacker rebel raider and fixer of cases has been on the stand since Monday afterno 1 ad has cold a minute detailed story of the inner workings of the ring involving most of the 75 codefendants on trial and picturing a number of them as chiselj ers Yesterday he told of chiseling by ward leaaers collectors and others and also recited how police of this city and detectives attached to the office of District Attorney MacCartcr sold contraband seized in raids Davis also pictured himself as the hero who once prevented an aroused bootlegger and gangster from killing TAX ASSESSMENT TAX PAYMENTS 1SCONDEMNE1 LESS THIS YEAR BY TAXPAYERS RECORDS REVEAL Three Thousand County Finances Topic for Attend Protest Meeting Discussion at Session of in Odd Fellows Temple Commissioners Attorney Rankin iMaUesiTax Uate Lower Than for Charges Will Confer 1932 Duplicate Shows With Officials Today Reduction of S182000 One of Ihe largest sroups of lax payers ever tn assemble in vears lo mcet in public protest was witnessed j iionciv Drcwes Hunter and Desmond In a discussion of county finances at the mreiinK of County last evening ai tinOdd Fellows Templc Eighth and Sproul si reels as Attorney James I Rankin nil dressed the audience on subject of high lax assessment HUPS Tha crowd estimated at nearly held at Media yesterday It re j von led Hint thus far this year the j receipt ol taxes have not reached the amounts which were received in j a corresponding period last year TJp to November 1932 Ihe receipts SON FINDS MOTHER AFTER 30 YEARS 3000 attended the rally In two of county nml poor district nixes I groups Ui3 second Hireling being j amounlcd to approximately j On November 1 this year the total j I axe received S99HOOO necessary because of Ihe lack ot space in I ho hall and nearly 800 others turned away when they saw the overflow In and about ihe Temple wore approximately The tax rale for 1Q compared to i7i for ti is ror mills the year 1C12 The attorney explained lo his Usi Th total duplicate for leners the new asesMnenl nurs and was a reduction of about i in detail related Ihe cause and for Ihe duplicate of sible remedy of each part as he remedy of each part as progressed His speech follows This meeting lias boon called in an effort to explain Ihe tax assess ment situation alTeeUni the owners 1 of properties in Chester and in other parts of Delaware county The duplicates were Riven out to tax collectors this year rather later than usual which accounts some j what for the slower return of taxes j Tins time last year Ihr county and poor taxes received from the city of j Chester were nearly more lirHtciKlli Governor Alhrit 15 Chandler nf Kentucky is snappiil at Jnek sunville Ila with his mother Mrs A V whom ho saw fur llu flrsl lime in mure than yiais when he went li Ihe Ilnriila elly In visit a BraVP he hclievcil 11 IIK hers 1artod from his innthrr al tinact1 of fnur uhiii slie sepal ateil from his father Chandler recently was nollfied n relative llril she had did iniiu In larksnnville fnr the cvprrss purpose of vihilinj his molhers Rrave ChandUr founil her alive ami well on the day after No than the amount received thus far j vember 7 Election Day owners of ihn year However the rush to pay properties received notices advisiiiK lascs in Chester is expected at the them as to the amounts for which end of this month and a Inrfie their properties will be valued for i amount should be received from this taxation purposes for the years 1931 source in December 1935 and 193G The city assessments j Yesterday County Treasurer W arc largely baseci upon the valuaj liain Dickcl paid on a note of lions agreed to in 1024 At that lime SIOOOO with a Philadelphia bank after a very careful canvass it was j leaving the unpaid shortterm iu wnrld if Charlie Chaplin is any j agreed by representatives of the city debtodnesr of the county al judge is matrimony bound Virginia anci i to lime duiinp the early btnml ill the WOODIN ON LEAVE CHURCH ISSUE IN UP IN SOVIET T RECOGNITION the full months of the year U has been necesj Cabinet formerly Chaplin s valuation The assessmcnis now pro sary to borrow on notes which have lady will he the bride of posed for the next three years for been j city purposes arc substantially equal ecivccl out of current re Gary Grant left Icaii in Mac West to the values imposed in 192i They I are manifestly unfair and excessive Under our law properly should be New York rei assessed at its fair public sale value and in addition assessments Grant is rijlit in Uic mission he made lo porters riien Miss uncrrin IDSSCU bc imparUai anct In other him a corsage of orchids as she sailed words if the property of our city for Europe j I Continued on Last Pajc LATEST COUNT FDR SHOWS PECHIN iTO GOVERNORS i GENERALLY FAIR COLDER WEATHER Mr Dickcl County Controller James j T Stewart and County Solicitor A Williams took part in the discussion The commissioner awarded to the should Universal Conrtntction Company of 1 Ardmorc the contract to rebuild Bridge No M spanning Chrome Creek at Glen Riddle Their bid was 53234 Other bids received were from M and J H McHugh of Phlla and from Carl n III Health and Arizona Trip Plans Roosevelt Insists Ameri cans in Russia Be Given Religious Freedom RECOVERY BILL THEN RECESSES Ilaus for Loans From US for Construction of Pa Toll Bridges House Advances Pinchot Liquor Uills Quits Until Tomorrow HARKlSnURG Pa Nov UP Convenini at 10 a m today the Semite pawcd on of Governor Pin chots recovery bills on final reading and adjourned until Monday at 9 p m The bill sponsored by Senator P T Odder Susriuchanna lor the ad minlslntlion would authorize the Slate Department of Highways to ar range loans from the public works lummihUratlon and the Hcconstnie lion Finance Corporation for the coiu struct inn uf toll bridges It will KO to the House Monday nljiht for concurrence Another bill authorized the ROV ernor to accept funds from federal aconcies fur construction of public works within the commonwealth and making an appropriation for such repayment is before the finance com mittee having pnssed first reading to day It may come out of committco lit mM works session other bills nrs still with com awaiting first reacting They provide for acquisition of roads in Warren county purchase of property near the and Suitors Memorial Bridge in Harris burs on appropriation for erection ol an additional oilice buildiilK in Capitol Park HarrisbiirR extension of Capitol Park abatement of tax penalties on city taxes in cities the first class and rcdcflnlng alco holic liquor as anything containing more than lii per cent by volume Farm Credit Mead Named j Li t vi n o v Wants U S Under Secretary son Also Out Ache m WASHINGTON Nov Henry Morgciithnu Jr named today Favor First Talk De tails Afterward WASHINGTON Nov lli CUP After n conference at the White The House fashion advanced all clocklika Governor LTI A P A fiA iON o the Trciis House today between this city coot S1591GO according to ry by President Roosevelt in the i Roosevelt and Foreign Commissar colder is the bills submitted to the county commit1 place of William H Wootlin who hasj Maxim Lilvinov of the Soviet Union leave of absence due to Generally fair and vuiui j today and tonight in Easti sioners The board voted appropria Pinchots six liquor bills to one read Ing in tillHouse today and adjourned until a in tomorrow Five of the measures two provid ing for ivhisy lax two dealing with beer and one with fees were passed on second reading Control bill No 10 establishing State stores which already has met opposition and amendment in com mittee wna passed on first reading Some Republicans said tdclay they would not vote for the State stores President I bill regardless pi the attitude of the state organization The governor has asked that liquor ill i State Senator John J McGlure when Tihiitavirvn nf Pv McClure was walking past Sixth 1 amuaUOn Ol 0j t 1 Completed Democrat Has Majority of 726 crn Pennsylvania New Jersey ware and IIaryiand It will bc lair j andcontinued coid tomorrow j The highest temperature here yesj Continued Fourteen j IMPORTANT SESSION Aiii t i J i i i t i liti President DeSirCS to Put jtcrday was 42 degrees at 1201 a mj Considerable interest Is beiiiE iniini strect and Edgmont avenue Davis had related to the jury how a still operated in Springfield township by Philadelphia bootleggers had been raided and the workers at the moon shine plant had been held for court j John J Ryan Tenth ward leader in Chester and known as the payoff man1 for the protection organiza tion had taken to fix ths case Davis said I was talking to one of these boot by December 15 lection Officials Explain Sets Aside 400000000 to I J Tviir and the lowest was 32 at 10 a m j rested in a meeting to be held this IrlllllOn Men tO Vi OlK The average of 37 was nine degrees 1 evening by ths West End Business below normal for the date anri five j Mens Association Tax Assessment degrees below the average November j will bc the topic for discussion j 14 last year Maximum temperature i The solicitor of the organization j for the date is 66 established in 1879 Archie Levy will be the principal j leggers with Constable Tom Conicy ho continued when Senator McClure walked by us Before realized what hewas doing one of th Satisfactorily Minor Discrepancies Revealed and minimum 22 in Nathan Pcchin of Wayne Dcmb Pay Salaries and Take ThemOff Relief i cm Standard time speaker and will explain how to make i 646 a m out Appeal Forms The meeting will j m Easti ix1 held in the Red Mens Hall 2112 West Third street WASHINGTON Nov ciatic candidate for the sheriffsThe administration today inaugurated continued to show heavy gains i its project to put 4000000 unemployed in Upper Darby township as the j hack to work in a month Ils first tabulating board continued the offij move was an explanation by Prcsi HH rnrioic mn iiri ggcrs BrAbbcd Coniei s gun and cia count of voe cas al Tues dent Roosevelt and his work admin jcctioni at uuder iho istrators Judge Albert Dutton a ncv vok rclicf po shoutmg 111 kill him varied aftci days his hands Then I i WUh 63 preeincls complete Pcchin vnn kill Rvin then7 I asked him i has total vote of 11708 iis coiii empoyed caUcd John Rvan and told hini Pared lo 11042 votes for Major Gen Twenty Governors 150 mayors 250 better lurnlsh ban for the incn held i cial William G Price Republican stai3 and city engineers rnd 80 state over in Media or he might get hurt i This gives Pechin a majority of 115 and city rcucf acmmistrators came Ryan sent his business partner over Price j to xo obtain details of with Ihe bail The case was never Most of the Democratic candidates i he from the President tried The still and mash were civen gains have been made in Upper i Worss Aummibirator back and later I found out the still i Darby on which the board is now ClVl Works Administrator Hop had been set up in New Jersey j workiiiE Upper Darby voted Demo kins How did you learn that Judge cratic for Pechin by a majority of The mayors were enthusiastic George A Welsh asked Davis after j over 800 and it is expected that this saia the program was the overruling an objection by WilliamT lead will bc maintained until the j greatest from thestanauoinl of t he Connor of defense counsel votes in Chester arc counted This clty dweller yet undertaken by ihe COUNTY GROUPS IPSKE TAXPAYERS FIGHT TAX BOOST VOICE PROTEST i i Members of Board of As Claim Increases in Tax As cssors Criticized at Con corclvilie Meeting sessmcnls Unwarranted Request Reductions The faxpaying western section of censed at an increase of S1M5000 in assessed valuation for the four town their backs to the wall I was with those fellows over in city gave the Republican candidates a I administration In charge of the meeting was Sam Camricn later the witness replied i substantial majority which is exi So critical is the employment situ ne Goodley president of the Western The time bctwcn 10 and 11 oclock i to wipe out the lead gained in I ation in some of Americas largest Delaware County Taxpayers Associa farmers in the Indignation of taxpayers in owns the cpunty in along Chester pike over what they term an unwarranted increase in the assessments on real estate found ships of Bethel Concord BirmmK in resolutions passed bv Rid ham and Thornbury met last eve1 Park and ColiingHdc Borough mng m the Concord Hal Concord COimcijs at monlniv meetings last vine to discuss the situation which nihl vhic at ProSpCCt park a nlnss they claim piacos them fighting with mccting of citizens was held in the thnr harlrs tn thn wnll schQol nudUorium to protcst ngrinst the tax increase At tho Ridley Park Council meet if was said authoritatively that dis tinct progress was being made toward YVocdin had submitted his the Real of recognition It was indicated that if the con vcvsntlons are not finished before the President leaves Friday for Warm Springs Ga Lltvinriv might be in vited to accompany him The Soviet Commissar it was learned cnme to the White House today on Roosevelts invitation Depitc the silence of both Ameri can ii nd Russiannegotiators during the lust three daysit snld thnt j Ihe conversations were proceeding i normally The President wns ropre i sentcd as hoping that the problems j impeding recognition would be dis j posed ol and lhat normal relations j between the United States and the 1 Soviet would bs restored Observers were warned against the conclusion that failure to announce recognition by Friday would indicate failure of the negotiations Officials were unwilling to predict the date Continued on Iafjc Fourteen WALLACE ESTATE DECISION GIVEN Continued on Iifje 1oiirtrcii RIDLEY PARK MAN President Judge John B Hannum of the OrphansCourt of this county has filed an opinion and order dis posing of the contention made in behalf of the daughters of John A Wnllnre lhat their brother Frank C Wallace had made provision that they should share with him in own ership of stock of the Chester Times newspaper which in part had be longed lo their fathers estate Litigation to enforce the sisters alleged rights began In the United States Court several yeirs ago in an action against James Hanna as fidministrator of the estate of Frank C Wallace and olhor formal parties and in that case the decision in favor of the defendants on tha ground that they had too long post poned asserting their rights and were therefore barred bv laches It was 1IKNUV MORGKNTHAU Ml tion to the President but Mr Roosc employe of the Pennsylvania Rai rrnewcd before the local Orphans Court In a contention that the price paid by Frank C Wallace when he DIES A SUICIDE acquired Ilic slock from his fathers csiale of which he was one of the executors WHS inadequate This case Vcrnoti Smith 5 yeans old an wns also decided against the sisters The present suit was then instituted in the Orphans Court by a petition an accounting by James this morning was taken up by Davis i the county precincts by ths Dsmo cities they said that dcvclopmcnis enumerating the number of stills and crats tion and resolution passed bv that body Democratic candidate for protested ihs recent asscssnieni tlalp n hlch this winter might have been serious director of the poor at the recent Vhich was termed unequal The rcs veil dRCliniiig lo part with his scrvi found dead in the bath i ices asked him to reconsider and the room of his home 109 Swarthmore to leave Of abrCHCD Was the result nvrmir Rirllrv PW Uic c White Kouse an Achcson under i office was due to suicide re halliipt illuminating gas Discovery of the body was made by his wife Mrs Mary A Smith who found the door of tiic bathroom the announced that Secretary of the Treasury had the i will avenue Ridley Park yesterday His Hanna as administrator of the Frank death according to the coroners c Wallacc estate for these assets on ironi m tncory that they were impressed with a verbal trust declared by Mr in his lifetime The sisters rank C Wallace were represented by Robert Von Moschziskcr former in this county j Most of yesterday mornings ses had not Ihe President heeded their election Mr Gondlcy called the Oution referred to the fact that while he wns a special investigator j sioi was occupied by hailing in clcc pleas i meeting to order with about oO per council had its attention called in for the protection group He tcstii tion officials from more than a dozen j Paul V Betters director af the sons present In the face of the th assessment increase within the county to explain errors or i United States conference of mayors i titter collapse of the farmers mar borough and head of the American Municipal kct the lack of rents and the exist asscssn Continued on Page Fourteen I minor discrepancies in their return or tally sheets U S PRICE FOR incnts the rrsoltilion Association arranged the meeting Mng unemployment he stated m set forth appear to be too hich anci Several voting machines were with the administration officials he opening it is not only foolish but pn an unequal basis and will entail op2nedxto correct these errors most of said criminal for the Delaware County j insurmountable hardships on the citi GOLD IS 83356 which were of the clerical variety I ire 44 persons in every Board of Assessment and Revision of zem of this municipality In the precinct of the First Ward I family If 4000000 men go back to Taxes toraise the assrssments on j The resolution expressed a strong Upper Darby it was found that the work by Dec 15 that means that IB farms which are not turning over protest against the said assessments enough money to pay he present j and protests against any rise In Mime his new duties Motpenthau at present is governor of Farm Credit Administration Mr Roosevelt has not yet selected a man tor that job which Morgen thnu viil vacrte m nccomphshinrj his rash deed The Thp interests of the Frank C Wal plans n leave for Arizona cause was ascribed by the coroners iacc cstatc were represented by Ira he will seek lo regain his office lo meloncholia i Jewel Williams of Philadelphia E blocked U prevent the gar fumes i Justice of the Supreme Court from escaping A small rubber tube i of with whom John B used in connection with a gas healer j Hannum Jr and Kingslcv Mont is said lo have been used by the man KOmery of this cily were associated Deceased is survived by his widow Unwell and John E McDonough WASHINGTON Nov The Government today set its price of ncvvlv mined American gold at S3356 an ounce unchanged from yesterday Todays Washington price was SIIS under the world price set in London j today Continued mi Fourteen Cnntimicil on Papp Ioiirlccn HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Fiy Press FRAUD ClARGES STRIP OF LAND MARK HEARING TAKEN BY CITY laxcE Ill defy any fanner in this scssments in this borough under the county to make a dollar from his prrrent economic conditions farm and still keep up his tax re A number of taxpayers of turns Park were present at the meeting And yet Birmingham towrthip strongly condemned the nrsrssmnt has been boosted from S70ROOO last which is understood lo total n j7RO ycars total valuation to tor 000 increase in that borough An 1934 Bethel township last year was rouncemcnt was mane of a mass assessed in the aggregate about mcetint of taxpayers in Ridley Park English Estate of Former Controversy With Owners SITSS 1CS Rcvcl1 Wonderful C o 11 i n it d a I c Resident of This County Is in Dispute AT TiOUTE Clniui Triar Knight ElKls With Adoption Of 129000 lo Agreement to Buy C3ntinucdoinau Collingdalc council parsed a rrso Conlimied on Last Fraud forgery and wilful distor Cion of facts were charged in a heated I legal controversy over the value thjs and j CltV uc1 Lwcrn me jJi tjrj 11 v ovnui Him of Old Masked Jester Unchangi crossfire of opposing attorneys repjmcmhfrs of council which started Ins Goltlcn Vein resenting the rstatc and clniniams rrun vrnr anri a half aco termi Tax Assessment Conference Underway In his letter of rcsipnatio he wrote and two sons Raymond and Vcrnon of Mv Dear Governor The funeral will be held Friday The court in its opinion held lhat II is so cheering to hear your voice afternoon at the Griffith chaps in tne petition filed in behalf of the Interment will be strictly petitioners was defective in that it Cnntinitnl on PIKC Foirlccn private failed to aver with sufficient particu i lurity the subject matter of he Inilesod parol trust that the lan 1 ctiage used appeared to apply to a j inreer number of shares than had 1 come into the estate of Frank C 1 Wallace and that the court could not indulge in inference and impli cation to clear up this obscurity The opinion of Judge Hannum further adverts to the previous HiiFi tion and concludes tint Ihe exact question now sought to be raised had brcn considered in the other cases and ruled against the petitioners and that Ihr defense of laches was also a bar in this latest case to any hngdale Council held last night tn rcmoriy The Orphans Court Ihcre which strong protests were heard fore dismissed the petition 5S RED CROSS DATA CHIEF OF POLICE IS SUBMITTED FACES Results Accomplished in This Area i i nearly a year and a half ago tcrnu Annn Maclnlla 1claxe i against the estate 01 Sarah Dallelt nrltcr Vcstcrday when a resolution Barcelona Vile Traffic Judge Aci at a hearing yesterday j vva acioptcd at the meeting of council colade before Juripc John B Hnnnuin in the providing for scUlcmciu for the land I Hurnir lint Compromising Orphans Court at Media Tru fot is between Morion j Miss Stotrsbury formerly of avcnuc anci Rcminuton street im Colors nry this county died on April 6 cdiatclv west ot Ridley river rnd cu T Kajile Duelist TJcht T93I leaving her freehold j WHS iakcn by the city uiidcr riqht of committee headed by James L Ran ZcmhlK Bylona Rarry Fairly cslato Lower Footing situate in eminent domain for Wwcr purposry kin an attorney and active worker in ncy Surrey Enciand to lour coushv i By a resolution adopted on June 10 tho Taxpayers Arsocinlion of Dcl i E Jaincs Charlrs Dallott Trover 1932 the city of Chester aware county are in session this n White and Dr Thomas S Githcr me fee to tlic stip of land owned by afternoon in council chamber of City Mvor William Ward Jr of this had finished Rankin said that nf itli mclhori had been ruled brmR mcmocts o For Ihe benefit of those residents who will be approached during ih annual Roll Call of the chap ter American Red Cross by workers policiling memberships a number of interestiViG stalisrtcal facts concerning funds and work handled by the or ganisation for the relief of its many needy clients durinsi the year Consider Charges Made bv Residents FnllowinK the open meeting of Col agains the tax assessment increase j thn body went into executive session to coiuidcr removal of Councilman U S TKKASURV WASHINGTON BALANCE iv i U r A Parkin as actni chief of police Thp Trcasuv llct foi No of Ihe borough following charges of 3 was si30G70505GS5 Miss will Vivo a clearer uniicrslamlins of intoxication and using profane Ian cf1ncous internal rcvenun receipts Uild Tlic Hard Vicather clear rack fnsl Times Ad Soon Found Kitty Kitten lost Advertise in the Times You may have the same happy results that occurred to Mrs Krlebel 1C East Eighteenth street We were very happy lhat the cat was returned to us as the re sult of a Times advertisement said Mrs Krichcl rescribing how a Persian kitlcn had been brought back in the household Althoush the English courts refuse Jnmcs Hannn and Laura B Hanna Hall trying to work out a problem corrrvt by the Supreme Court Rmcin warned that if the asos nien wrre allowed to stand it woulri drive iniichanUs out of business and nejra bc th cause of property owners loing their homes The plan which Rankin the fine services bring rendered locally by the Keel Cross Tolal sross receipts from the meni i Roll Call iast year were SL pilatcd in inonc quage made by a group of women at the October meeting of council While members of council refused to comment officially concerning their amount appro action it was learned from an author to the Chester i itativc source that council voted to that day were Sl50i533F5 Custom receipts for the month through No vember 13 were lL41lilll rtiin i ti in i 11 u n i 11 ii nu i ill jyiiti j j to handle ths estate until alt claims his wife upon which sirip of Innd a where by the assessments In this city ir to the nssessmnit of 1030 as a Red Cross worn mirsiii branch for its mainuseful phases of remove Councilman Parkin from the here arc settled it has been said thit SCwcr has since been constructed can be reduced 30 per cent the lands in England are extensive A jury of view was appointed by the and valuable i court to award damages or benefits This agrrrment was reached at a cnt from mcetiiiG of the taxpayers held in City next year tis makca rcdtiction of 10 per service and in value of and home office of acting chief of police and Ucd Cross that he will receive his oflicufi notifi The Weather WASHINGTON Nov Kaslcrn hc At the hearing yesterday only two out of the taking i Haffthis morning Rankin who done ir 102i had worked out 834 68 J which filled the satisfarorily Mayor Ward expressed Troni the for flour carmrnts and bedding cation to this effect probably ac to Pennsylvania Generally fair Innisht l siiie had beciiUitcd in the branch area was day Councilman Charles A Kelly aml Tlvirstlay UH1 Ul t 11 1e Unriti 11 Til Pi t claimants appsarcd Willinm L Seci of the land on January U 1333 and spoke for the group which filled the satisfactorily Mayor Ward expressed Troni the snialaiioimlieoUltng lip representative of the Allioi awarded the owners of the propcrtv council chamber to overflowing taid hop that there could be a way from the Roll Call the snaie ot tne toal iros i it is understood has been named small amount resulting Parkin r successor as acting police chief Kellys term of office in Col Realty Company and Benjamin ny of Philadelphia the sum of From that award that several property owners had been found D Eiscnbcrg of 1113 the owners appealed to the Court assessed for more than Stratford avenue Philadelphia Tha and an issue was framed therein and be willing to take for the name of a third man Arthur L pfiv the case ordered for trial on Narem The conference was the president of Ihe National Electrifiedber 12 which was forestalled when protest meeting last night Water Company of Philadelphia the owners of the laud and the city The attorney askcd that A hs bren niissinp for over a year ran came to an agreement through the testimony continually reduce the taxes It was funds M National iros HV i i I 1 I 11IU11M iVVHlV Liiw n f tl i thev would aRrccd where properties were found was SOS00 and for the mauuenance cir properties j under the new plan to bc under asof services in the boutlicMtcrn Pemi e result of a sensed mat thev would be raised to sylvamn Chapter whici covers Cue ht rniiaHyr thn asscysmcut It was also counties the fund was mak lingdalc council expire January 1 fajr continued rolrt to slovly risins temperaturn afternoon in west portion vrstcrn Pennsylvania Generally and Thursday continued I equalize the H I rnnouiK cd i 11 tl LLVi i H V I L Hughes the assessor be called into day would b accepted and action excess in va ucoc ih nmou During the open meeting preceding foicl tonight slowly rising cmpcr thc executive session the secretary Thursday was instructed to notify St Josephs It vas also counties The fund was mak Ohvirch to discontinue draining sur votnl The face water mlo the samlary scwcr Continued on PBRC Fourteen igs e s imi f Under the terms of the agreement the mrcline and explain how he would taken on rn the ccivcd for mamtcnanca of The owner of a store properly at MacDacie boulevard and Cherry street reached ih values of properties rlsy of appeal which was fixed as Continued on rage FourteenThis was done and after Mr Hughes i November 24 Continued on Paqe Fourteen I Cnnlinitcd on Tajc Fourteen TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 1 m a 11 a in33 7 a m31 Noon 33 8 a m30 ID m33 0 a m23 2 p rn3i 10 a in33   

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