Chester Times, December 2, 1933

Chester Times

December 02, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17764 IXvllv Leased WlrtReports ol UnHctl Prrss Vll nnrt Inlcrnatloiinl News Service INS CHIOSTKU FA SATURDAY DUGKMBUR 2 IUICB TWO CENTS PINPHOT TO PINH CIXUDY WARMER IlinjllUl IV 1U011 WITHER FORECAST SOCIAL BILLS IN PA LEGISLATURE GOES TO JAIL Partly cloudy and slightly wanner is ilie prediction today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Rain will follow to night or tomorrow i The highest temperature here yes lerday was 53 at IJiOl a m and the lowest was 36 at 8 p m The average of 44 was lour degrees above normal for the date but nine degrees below the average December 1 last year Maximum temperature for the date J is 68 established in 1903 and mini Lcudcrs Hoping to Lncl 1 mum a m 1375 t n 11 c i Sunrise today was a I a m Special SeSSlOll Bciore and sunset be at p m Christmas Eastern Standard time Age Pensions and Unem ployment Insurance to the Fore IDENTIFICATION IS ESTABLISHED HARRISBURG Dec Governor GifTord Pinchot proposed i today to go before the General As sembly again probably Monday night to urge legislators to adopt bills em bracing his recommendations for 7 social legislation as rapidly as they Fingerprint Expert Ot the passed liquor regulatory laws This was learned authoriUvely to day coincident with the revelation from reliable sources that Rcpubli Local Police Department Praised for Work can organization leaders have de cided to accept some of the The second of he two murdered lois program dUch many otlwr j gang girls llnnrthed in a shallow ira oloan i Brave in Brandy wine Manor near Eczcioii We hope lo adjourn i Coatcsviiie was positively identified by December 14 and really expect j this morning as the resultof the ex PUBLIC WORKS PLAN IN NORWOOD Expenditure May lie Made for School Im provements MJINSULLTO BE EXTRADITED Ontario Court Rules in Favor of U S Against Utilities Magnate WHAT WIND BLEW IN MEMORIAL SESSION OF MAGISTRATES GORDON federal jury in New York period of thirty years Tentative plans for the cxpendl1 TORONTO Out Dec lure of for public works in Munin 1 hiMill who with his brolhci Norwood through the means of funds j nmiircsVn 1 furnished by the Civil Works Adminj have ii cnllapse with the loss of istration and ihc Public Works Cor millions of dollars lo stockholders ponuion were launched last nighl i hl4 i tradition ID the Un toil Slutos A group of taxpayers of the bor tUltilp A Klnsstone of the On ough appeared before the school tarlo Supreme Conn granted Ihc ex board al Us monthly merlin with a j triditlon request of Chicago author plan through thc Public Works Cori lies who want the self exiled Aiuurl poration lo secure a of can utility to lac clwRes for the purpose of binldiiiR n four j of grand laneny embezzlement and room addition lo lhe Norwood ihett by bailee in connect ion wilh lhe mar school on Winoniv avenue and failuroof the Insulls twobillion dol i remodelling and rrnoviitlng the j lar network of mklweslcrii concerns I plumbing and heating systems of the His brother Samuel previously hud school prevented extradition and now n I James Ludwig representing Ihe j sides al Athens Greece 1 I Public Works Corporation who was i spokesman for the local delegation LONDON Dee liiMills i explained the details ol the plan by permission to reside in Greece expires which Ihe government will give outi Dec ill nnd will not be extended by i right per cent or SGOOl of the Greek authorities a Central News amount and gram a mortgageat lhe i dispatch from Athens loday staled rate of two and onetenth per cent Cancellation of Insults sojourn on SHOOO to be over a permit was requested of Greece by monthly meeting of the Mng l tratrs Associntlon of Delaware County is scheduled for Tucjidviy eve ning ill 7110 oclock It Is lo bo held ol Ihe Washington House on Mar ket street nnd will feature a me morial Kffjslon In honor of the hue ecivtary John Malloy i justice of I In pence o Shiiron Hill who died recently Magistrate1 Herman Harry nnd 1934 CAMPAIGN i FIXES ATTENTION OF POLITICIANS Republicans of County Quietly StudyingNew Leadership Jloiiitn of Mils city etimiirisc UK ommittre In charge of entertain menl ivnd hnvo llnoUHli the asso ciations nrtiiiK secretary Magistral Chiulr Williamson of Mnrcii Hook nskid that every mrmbcr IMTsnil ill he War Board May He Set Up Frank H Rhodes Democratic Leader MEMBERSHIP IN IU Now Unit Ihe announcement of tho olncinl volt lias definitely established who were the successful candidate In the election of November 7 political leaders are turning their attention to i plans for the 1031 contests Violators Of i the pluralities were small Luiusrangly so In a total of nearly 85 IraltlC KctiUliUMHlS ArCOOO votes the Republicans have won all the countywide ofllces with tha exception of sheriff Analysis of tha enriched votn shows thilt UlR out c this clly n Ueinocratic Many Rounded Up I the United Slates after the Court of jj ii slar to clear the decks by December 22 j cellciu work of Charles B Dunlap jn a Vcrdiri wbieh sends Waxcy The board took no aeiion on thc rei Appeals second refusal to extradite willi lirr irt marmoset almost i With all plans pointing to the fulfillj Jr fingerprint expert of lhe local Gordon beer baron nnd racketeer i quest as the application for memberi the fugitive former ulililies nuiRiiaUv came in possession of nnnllur miiscnl mcnt of this program members of police department lo a U S prison with a fine of 580000 ship in the Public Works Corporation to Chicaqo where TJrtlrt Vnrr i e 1 I rl C Oil S P 1 I O TlmlSP VnlPPM HV I i 1 i 1 1t J i 1 I Tin city treasury ycitrdny us Ihe result of a campaign imuiyunilcil by police atnnsl tialVlc violators both Houses arc being instructed to b2 prepared to remain at thc capitol lor Friday sessions next week Considerable praise was voiced by Chester county officials for Dunlaps work when he communicated with for jncomr tax violations where he faces indict ivluii the ire owl shes shown holdin hud substantial leads and it was only the Republican regularity of the voters of Chester that pre Havim publicly warned ihc ravel vented a Democratic landslide IB public during the early part of i Thvconviction of many Republican k nn r a Organization chieftains assertedly I them and informed them that he i VIV are working on the theory that the 1 nad just received word from the i J speedy enactment of liquor laws was National Bureau of Criminal Identi so surprising to Governor Pinchot that he will not object too strenuously if some of his 13point program is fication that the prints only three of them were those of Violet Burns I alias Olga Gaginski ot Market I JAILED TEN YEARSie I was not in thc hands of the commit menu on charges arising out of thc Ml exhausted aboard the liner Mani trial lust week has brought tee of taxpayers It will be brought collapse of hi farming business in liallun diirlnjr sorm at sea I h ue Miituj cnuiiun noRiimni yes Kcptiblicnns face lo face with a re i up nt the organisation meeting of terests i mannoMt disrnvcrcd and fust teniiiy a special detail augmented This Is the consensus ot lhe school board on Monday evening i Without a permit Instill would be friends with the owl lint Miss Marios he regular truffle olUrcrs niul yostcropinion of the rank and Hie of tha i when two new members willbe sealed liable to deportation from Greece j ownership of the hint was contested tay started out lo tag all cars found party Although no outstanding leader ion the board Jamc H Beach and i since his American passport hns been another passriiBcr In tindriliilns parked on the wrong side of litwill make a public statement It is Mrs Virginia Doud replacing Ralph ach niul i since his American passport hns been lJ auntlirr passriiBcr In tindeciding ig Ralph canceled and he is not a Greek clt nil of Hip coin street parked overtime or olhevwisc known that many of them realized i violating the law i Unit new leadership of the party 13 sidetracked in favor of the short street Shenandoah Pa Hendricks and Mrs Willinm teen Hamilton Thc United States Government reJ Prior to conferring with Ihe school quested such action in the hope Insiill Mario lost Rist of age pensions unemployment arrested by slate police on October insurance minimum wage and 20 1931 on the charge of prostitution j l i prior to conicrring wnn me school qucstcn suca action in mo nope insiui IJTTIIJ TT OfflOnr Jersey Beer HtlVOIl Coil board the committee of citizens met i would be cnt to a country that would H S IK K I I at the office of Albert J McVickar not refuse his extradition i II 111 1A OUllllJU mum hour laws and adoption and that she was convicted and of the Federal child labor constitui served a short term in Luzerno outline of proi securing the prints of the victim NEW YORK Dec 2Waxcy Gor Gejnrr avenue VlCtOd as Income lax and agreed to file application wilh i i the Civil Works Administration for STOCK MARKET a grant of for use in grad r m jing Hook road South avenue Me SLKAlJl ATOI hMNCi Dodger ccdurc for the future has been ari was one of the most difficult tasks dan stolid New Jersey beer baron n ranged the organization will not I that Dunlap ever encountered during convicted Hte vestdiv of make the final draft of its policy on j his long years of taking prinls The the major subjects until next week i bodies of both victims were in a state come tax evasion and immediately county Ap n A V i 1 Its tentative plan calls for creation of an old age pension system ap of decomposition but officials called on Dunlap Chester coimtv sentenced to serve ten years in North named H de H Glass us n committee vuuu j j f present the proposition to luan as IS Penmtnntnfv 1 tii ITkimiLLiiiiai Burncss lijlmer Nittinger in lurn NEW YORK Dec and he dollar were steady today A long list of stocks opened at thc previ ous close Utilities steels and elec trical equipments were higher Rained slightly when Durini Ihc dny several hundred imperative taS were placed on earn mosl of j No one can say who will be tho thc owners receiving them reporting man to shoulder Hie mantle of lead lo police station nnd paying the inlcrship Names are discussed in pii T llnl levy of 25 cents i vnte croups to be sure Many cx IJf lyPJ I A I or lho Cius uggetl Ilil vlo prcrw a leaning for Sheriff John J ilVrkJl I I rllj j lators paid a tniartcr each making I Gain to take over the reins of direct ia total SU Several score menj ing the party Others say that County i i npjjcnrcrt it police station this morn Commissioner C Kdwln Hunter who Pensioned Police Officer alul who fail lo pay chairman of thc Republican County i will be summoned and will be laxed i Committee should be the choice Had Been 111 III Meallhillic cost of pieparins the summons Still others are sucRcstIng the names Many iMonlhs I phis the mailing cost as each sumi of Register of Wills George E Hill mnnc uill ho Iw Tpfiiviprrr mnll ailri Hminlv Trrncninr mons will be sent by registered mall and County Treasurer William E The result of the drive re Dickcl j its consideration Tuesday to studyunemployment insurance t hjs line in this part of the country and adoption of the child labor Dr Michael Margolls coroners the expenses of his trial amendment as a possibility j physician of Chester countv last An his wife In addition the Legislature appears nignt testified at the inquest into thc i tho Federal court double murder that the Burns girl i ing down her c1 i died instantly as the result of 0112 Federal JudE of Ihe bullets entering her head wuhout any sign of emotion i She had been shot seven times in Prom the evidence I am con rp t io rrrp A NJ the breast and six bullets had picrcad i vinccd the defendant has been a gang i Ul UvJlJlVi fleeted on the streets last night the It is the view of other i gold price of but lhe stock 1 market was noi inlluenced by this Continued on Last Iage slops throiiRh such streets as Welsh I Granscr who wiia a wartlmc shcr whcre parking on one street only I permitted 3 varied and not a few FIRE COMPANIES KEPT ON JUMP her arms indicating she had atj leader of ths worst kind for several j tempted to protect herself by coveri cars said the judge ing her head and face with her arms am convinced nothing will ever wean him away from the criminal courts except actual imprisonment i The evidence has been over 1 VTNTFNT ljCiiMlji 1 A T TTO AU 1U OCCUPANTS HURT District fire companies responded j to a false alarm sent in yesterday afternoon pt p m from box 128 located at Ninth street and McDowell avenue The useless run heavy burden placed yesterday as th with a nurnber still alarms to Crows and apparatus of ths Good parv as the result of injuries they iury reported ft had i mcnt between the men Police Will Fire Company No 2 answered j received shortly after last midnight i reached a verdict learned of ihc shooting almost two still alarms the firsi at n j whcn an automobile driven by Lintus Judge Coleniiin apparently m when they were called upon to overturned at MacDadc boulevard r extinguish a brush fire in the woods j ami south avenue in Glcnoldcn near Eighteenth street and Meiross Lintus suffered two lacerations of ately summoned and Gordon scalp a laceration of the right i a point al Il A dip also was noted in some uf ihc wet issues after j recent firmnrjs Motors continued In demand Oils were sleadv WcslinghouEc Electric rose to 30 a cinpse however and wai ret timed lip 1 and smaller gains were noted10 ncspiltil Even though Ulysses Wood Negro in General Motors Chrylcr duPont A native of thus city Mr Surd had of 1506 yesterday iff and now vicepresident of Uis Philadelphia Electric Company Another suggestion which mceta fur 16 CirroU stnrH tried to Wn him American Can Public Service North j served as n member of ihc police jooarroiisici tiica 10 111 mm d r Inroc department for 31 years Appointed rday by firing flvo revolver shots opened during Ihc adminktrai The drive will continue Indefinitely imir l I 1 OPKRATING UL uiv v i THIEFRETURNS LOOT GI YEN HIS FREEDOM lion of the late H H Houston In During her absence yesterday aftcr ihe Civil Coim nwm LC1 nt a store of ofliciaLs and 5nLak thief broke into the aparfcf Itrrrfnfhf Pllbi ment nn flip Anov nt Director biPiibI merit on the second floor oFthc M Powcl uni iin Apartments Third and Kerliti tradin volume thc roll of thc company of housetohouse canvass the fire dcpart rcscnt engaged in a streets occupied by Mrs David Goodman avenue and the second to a vacant field near Twentieth street and Mr anci a fractured left collarbone j dcnce avenue where the grass had I His companion suffered a possible been Ignited and was endangering fractured skull Sixteen stitches were nearby properties when fanned by j required to close Lintus wounds the wind No damage resulted from i According to hospital reports thc Conlimici on while the thief was ransacking tho i Sixth street rnd Eagmoin avenue cither of these minor blazes HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Tress driver of thc car which was ing towards Darby at a good rate o speed lost control of lhe vehicle and it overturned Scranton Rum Trial Again Postponed land Emma Young oo both Negroes Lcipcrs Flats who were aiTCitccI as witnesses were discharged as wns Trusty 11 iL FROM SCHOONER IN STORM SCRANTON Pa Minaret Weber 18 Holbrook The conspiracy trial of 4D men in street ind Mice chlinS several Eastern Pennsylvania sticet triiiaaeipnia ana Alice waison ri Mifnrifmpnt nnihoritirs i i SPECIAL SESSION OF CITY COUNCIL for n number of years nnd having disposing of tickets for the big focne taken an active part in thc activities fit vaudeville and motion picture of that group show at the Stanley Theatre Deccm He held rciScience for a number of ijC1 19 years Jn both the eastern section of A of toys free shows Dce the city and in thc northern sec for he kiddies at the Stanley and The thief evidently expected an attempt was ucing made to trap him as he left the apartment whilft Mrs Goodman was summoning help and ascended thc steps to the third floor During the search of the Goodnian apartment the man was thai 17 of H65 North 59th street Phila hc atl Washngton heard making his escape were indicted two year He teatment at FitzgeraldMercy HoS liquor and narcotic AT JEFFERSON PARK Helen Green Tim Ormont Marabou St Jim Try Wright Margie Lou Honohma 5Colonc llatficld storm Dark Ayr Wild HourJ Hargrcaves Railroad Shows owned j had been agi hy lhe late Thomas Hargrcaves of tipn was giv Weather cloudy track fast I numerous rtelays they were called to labor for which will be furnish i trial a monthago bill the case was the Civil Works Administration 1ii in i nrmrH inrUir nnxi i Surrl a stepdaughter Mrs William 1 G R tETo lj v in i muiiuii vw postponed until the December Term The projects include the Sam J Banks the poet of the I of court starting Monday rpadwny running through circus a newspaperman former press j An announcement made at the Parl nl extondm from AT CHARIESTOWN lino Set Nancy Khan Man Huppy Canticle Law Concord Emmy Fish Mobile Phara The Hun Stylish Mack Wackcl Inferno Lad Grand Rnx Suspicious Boy Ixidorus Helens Alibi Rim O Weather clear track fast AT EPSOM DOWNS Howe Cally Flaunt Pridic j Mrs Let Princess Queen Lord Tournament i Ed Lark Mccal Pillniln Singins River j Life Clarcmonl j Ormont i Boy Clownish Pnb Cnppage Chchalis Prince Mexican Stop j Gap 1 1 Weather cloudy tnick fast i j contract agent for the big tent shows district attorneys office today said j street entrance to Concord i and 30 for the tliat another months paslponement continuation of the U S TRKASCRY BALANCE c j rL Snen riiVri nf npnr nlnf in tiir Firs bV lnc S Revenue cutter Shawnoe this city stopped m Chester yester lri 1P i which towed the crippled yacht safety day on his way to Baltimore Md to Former Mayor William T Ramsey waul greet many of his old friends He innd Chief of Police John Vance this was the guest last night at the home I city were among those indicted in gic of Mr and Mrs S M Burke in Vili this case and each pleaded no de j Third street with the crowd in pur over Joot ob con diamond ring bs small NAMCD TO PWA VACANCY lage Green fensc Thousands Ask Penna Liquor Sales Licenses AILING PSYCHOLOGIST r KARRISBURG WASHINGTON Dec j Appointments by the President lo fill vacancies on the State advisory into port STREET LIGHTING DISCUSSEl WASHINGTON Dec Treasury net balance for November start nt any time I 20 was SI 107325B024G They would face a flight of IBOO K then re later notified that lhe daring American fliers might cascci caPtors Police were cons Internal Revenue receipts that ccipts for the month through Novem i bor 20 wrre milc ncicirs tho South Atlantic from The thief was de scribed as being a young white man a Little British pox GOLD PRICE UNCHANGED TODAYj on the West African coast to Natnl Brarlt directorate of thc Merchants LITVTNOV REACHFS NAPLICS various topics beneficial to the average merchant will be discussed It is planned lo definitely arrange NAPLES Dec Maxim for thc Christmas street liphiins find i Litvinov Russian forciun minister every member is urqed lobe present I First retail liquor licenses to become arrivecl on lhs Iincl Cont Di Savoia to present his idea of impvovinc lie Much Foreign Liquor to Re Admitted from 5000000 Highballs On Way to New York GLASGOW Scotland Dec thousand cascs of Scolch whisky started for New York today aboard the liner Camh bottles enough for 5000000 or more highballs The shipis due at New York at noon Deccinhcr 10 Tlic American consul uncxpcc i tcdly issued a permit for thc ship ment 10 days ago Distillers were caught napping but rose to the occasion nobly They had tha whisky and bottles but not enough labels and emergency lots wore printed Most leading Scottish distillers were represented There i were twelve brands altogether including Johnny Walker White Horic De wars White Label Haig Stand Fast Red Tape and Black and White None was less than three years old effective sometime next Tuesday were today and proceeded to Sorrento on lighting to issued today by thc newly his way to Rome to confer with Pr Officers for the created Liquor Control Board gicr Benito Mussolini Postmaster nominated and t j Robert S Gawthrop former I Superior Court Justice of i Chester has been named chairman of i the board and A Marshall Thoinp son dean of tha University of Pittsi u Created Liquor Control Board i Gmoraf JamesT Farloy also on the nomination will be elected i Robert S Gawthrop f o r m e r lincr vcmincd here next regular meeting I Superior Court Justice of i Chester has been named chairman of WASHINGTON Dec I i Oils of about 400000H pallons of new year will br J foreign estimated four those reccivins the months the first two US LIQUOR CZAR nt Ihr son j burgh Law School was elected as sec t retary Governor GifTord Pinchot j has made to move to name a svib Istitute for Thomas W Phillips Jr PLANS HALTED DATA OBTAINED months after repeal is planned by the Government pending negotiations for reciprocal trade pacts with cx porlin countries for future quotas The decision wps reached by the Executive Commercial Policy Com mittee after conferences with im pcrtero developed a shortanfi of spirits and vinrs might result in booming business for bootleggers Must Wait Ihc Takingof Inventory by State C o n n y Siiulv Methodsin Use i Butler who has declined the post T j r I i T Quoins were brin nlloicci to ex h his appointment was conProposed Reorganization C I C r K y m C II VlSlt Two pauns countries todny They were uHred on the averase nirnthiy im poriiUlons from them between 1910 nnd init Dr James M Doran Com j niirsioner of Indict rial Alcohol was I j instructed to keep the quotas secret i Developments in he iiistitutinu nf i Ministers of the chuvchrs nf Chrs pcndinc trade treaty neqoUntions a new hankinf rstablishment al i irr nnd surrounding commimilirs en However u wns iinofTicially reported Sixtyninth strrri by siocholdcrs and joyed nn tmusually Instructive proi the quoa for tlv United Kingdom in ihr closed more j firmed with thc others by the Senate I With 125 employes ready to work through ihc weekend if necessary thc board promises that all cants who qualify and submit ncccs1 OR SIGMUND TUEUD Conlinucd on Lnst licr CLAIU WILL FAVORS wmow PAULSBORO N J Dec that Sheldon A Clark posscvvjd will go to the woman who killed him his widow it was learned today j Whcn his will is filed for probate it j will leave his estate amounting 10 about to thc former Audrey in the closed Mcciia i sixtyninth Sirrrt Title and Trust Most noted of psychoanalysts Or SmiUli whonl thc Grand Jury rc Sisnuim Freud is seriously ill al ms I fuscd lo connection with residence Freudian theory j tllc shooting of thc oil heir s one of the vorlds most frecjuenJy j discussed topics SAXJSAGE WOUKFRS STRIKE DOLLAR CLOSES STRONG CHICAGO Dec Sausagi industry workers numbering 3000 LONDON Dec were on strike todny tying tip pro American dollar was strong today the duction in JIG meat plants here De pound opening at and closing j mands for recognition of their unions t SoHi French francs closed at increased wages and shorter work ins 84 1332 hours have been made by thc Etrkcrn ompany arc now practically al a standstill Certain phases of the new banking code arc at variance with thc policies necesnry to the re cstablishmcnt of thc closed bank and consequently work in that direction has been temporarily halted At a meeting of the joint commit tee of stockholders and held in thc office of V Gilpin Rob inson chairman oi thc committee md moving spirit in the rehabilita tion of tli banking connections ir he Sixtyninth svcct area it was rc nortcd ihrt a satisfactory interview had been held wilh Dr Willinm H Gordon State Chairman of Bpnkin Y Hi 111 U 11 lir U il 11 V 1 i Ull i U V I t I ilir III i LIk pram yesterday when ns a part of tixeil at fi00000 gallons Hie program of their study of Thc i importers applied for Problem of Youth Character they visited two of the lending institution n thc county maintained for the corj cciion of boys and girls j The ministers gathered in the early Tftcrnoon in the vicinity of thc First Presbyterian Church Twentythird and Edgmont avenue where ihey entered motorcnvs nnd journeyed tit the Midcllctown road to the 31cicrhton Farms an institution for he correction of dcHntiuent plrls An of the plrce and the crafts voik of the girls was made and the rlegation had the opportunity to lold a brief conference with Miss lorrison who heads the staiT at the Continued on Last Page TROLLEY CAU nEUAILKO TrafUc on the Second street branch of the Southern Pennsylvania Tracl tlon Company was tied up more than two hours yesterday aflcrnoon when a westbound car left thc rails be tween Kerlin and Parker streets The car was proceeding west when th mishap occurred E company with thc members of the Franklin Fire Com pany replaced the car on the tracks WASHINGTON Dec The government today set IU prica en newly mined American gold at 3S01 an ounce unchanged from Fri day Todays Washington price was I above the world price set in London i todny The London price today was 124 j shillings lli pence off 2H penes j from yesterday Based on the noon exchange rate for lhe pound sterling at London iS5lGi this was equiva lent lo S3225 a fine ounce FOOT OF SNOW IS REPORTED IN DENVER DENVER Dec heavy dump snow that reached a depth of a foot or more in many parts of Colo rado brought smiles to the faces of Colorado farmers today It nieonfe moisiitrc for their winlcr wheat crop Airplanes were halted here and many automobiles were In the ditches A Cheyenne Wyo woman was killed when the automobile in which she wis ridinc skidded on an icy highway nnri overturned The Weather Dec forecast Kasfern Pennsylvania Partly cloudy and not quite so coM tonight Sunday cloudy and warmer probably followed by rain Western Pennsylvania Cloudy fol i MJ WIILII i Emplovcs of the New York lawyer appointed i ic assistance of y President Roosevelt to be iirrctor j nnd chairman of the Federal Alcohol Control Administration A clos frbmi Continued on Lrsl Page Aside from shaking up several pas of the Prrsidcnt Choate has been scngers when lie car ran over thc prominently identified with Die repeal Continued on Last 1age cobble stones no damage was done movement TODAYS TEMPERATURES fi a m 7 a in 8 a m 9 a m 3S 10 a m 34 11 a m 3i Noon 33 40 53 ;