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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              THC NEEDLE IN THE HAYSTACK ittw FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beat News of the Day 58TH YEARrNO 17768 Dally sfd Wire llcDorts of UulUxl Prcxs Ull International Service INS CHKSTKR A THURSDAY DKCKMHKK 7 TWlCNTYTWO 1AGKS THICK TWO CKNTS VERSAILLES PACT i COUNTY BOARD MAY BE ENDED IN OF ASSESSMENT NEW WORLD DEAL IS COMMENDED European Capitals Think j Head of Taxpayers 11 May Be Involved as Criticises Ac IAS PENNSYLVANIA RATIFIED REPEAL fflHNTY Well as League tion of School Directors Latter May He Reborn Plan of Ladcr 1o Mussolini of Italy at Center of Moves Condemn Recent Twenty Per Cent Tax Cut PARIS Dec 1933 by Proof hat the taxpayers of his United that thc new county are going lo fight to a bitter year may brinx a complete new dca1 end any attempt by school districts in world politics multiplied in to disregard Ihc will of thc people can capitals today j iv unnecessary expenditures is cvl Activities in Rome Paris London denccd in a letter received this morn Rild Berlin indicated that such a ing bv Harry M Birney Jr president pew deal might involve the death o county Board of Assessment of the Versailles Treaty the rebirth ami Revision Of Taxes of the League of Nations and a disi nis Attorney J H Ward armament treaty on new Hinkson says thc day of competitive like lines expenditures between school districts Premier Benito Mussolini of Italy it S the hope passed and that with his usual forceillness and igi now is limc lo dispense with noring disappointments and rebufls jriiis and extravagance lo his peace efforts of the last few Auomey kinkson in his letter months was at the center of the calls attention to the fact that repre work sentatives of the Delaware County The United Press was informed on Acsocialjon of School Directors plan hiph authority today thai Mussolini lo plcscnt tnc hoard Rt Media to believes he has the pledged support I night a statement condemnatory of 1 of Great Britain and France for his Ule boaids recent action in adopting j long dreamed plan for reorganizing j Ule okj less 2Q per cent i the League of Nations as thc basJ5 for tne riennial period1 It would be iiMeorgaimaUon thatjThl plnlmcd Bction has stined cori would end the domination of Britain i sklclable acUvity throughout the and France in the league council and countv alld Ulose who fought to gain would end thc power of small nations tne reduced assessments are banding to paralyze league acts by veto togetncr lo fignt evcry move initiated As a supplement tohts plans for u olganizaljoll caeue iCoreaiHation Mussolini pic Ml Hmksons feUer in pavt reatls lures the possibility of a seven powet As onc who wouW d to NUA STICKKK ACKNT ISHKKIIMMOLIOCT IS WAKNKI HY LIQUOR STORES in This City and One Hacli in M ed i a a u d Darby Boroughs At i of Ihe Chesler Pike NUA Compliance Hoard held Uisl nlijhi in Norwood mention was called to a man who it was re i ported hud beet 1 to store selling MOVES TO EILL POSITIONS U was slated thai in every instance Ihe individual insisted on seelns a woman in a store refusing to lalk to men and mulnlalnini Unit Ihe juivernmenl insisted on purchase ot iliese stickers which hiwas ollerinu r Dy UK1 nt Ihe rate of per UHI H was learned lint thesame slielieis may be purchased at lhe rale of 40 mils per Thloiiwh lhe ellorls of head oi the Chesler Pike NUA Ihe mans iictivllies were nipped in h bud yesterday when he was rounded up by u government oilleliil and warnetl hat if he did nol eeay lhe practiee at onee he would bi etiiled rods Is R os i 1 e n 1 s o f Upper Darby Township IN LIQUOR cants in Line for Jobs Under Board two stale This was Glister oily will have uor stores on lauuary 2 announced at HarrlsburK by the Stale Liquor Control Board which allocated four to his rnuiuy The nther two will be located at j Darby and Media Residents of Upi per Darby are nuTiised because no store will be located In thai township and point nut that the nearest place j they will be able 10 obi it liquor in i bulk is cither al Darby or Philiulell 1hia Nathan 1eclim ilurilleleel of the Comily of Delnwiiro proved In be as good a inarUsnuin us the from store eamprtltfiii s in Ills Unlit for lhe of NHA iulvrrlisliiK lice predicleil he would be j last weekend he brouKhl down fiiMoie Than 100000 liiiBe deer on the llrsi day of his lumlliiK rip in Cumbertiuul eonnty After his lonndruwnoul in bolti lie and otlielal tabu lation Mr Iechin look n short vaca tion to his hunting lodije upstate itnd relnrned home Sunday with hlr chief and nlher uniil lat he wus tendered Icslimitnial dinner by his Irlends In the Wynncwood Hotel Mlltou 1tirler one of his oldest triends nnd neiir rellihbor biitiH Ollur followers from Delaware county were on hnnil lo eonsralulale Mr ieehln both on his tueeess as a campuiKiier and as a hunter 2500 Minors Kxdnded Time Limit to Kile Reaches Deadline Tonight CIVIC COUNCIL ITHREATTOACT MEETS TONIGHT IN FORI DISPUTE County Liquor Stores Exams at Media December 16 II Arc Invited lo Aid in Planning for Kid dies Xinns Party Invitalion hus been ex entente to maintain peace among the members of your1 Board great nations and enforce it on the u rpsponsibilitv for the action small ones by moral pressure In such an entente might be em United States Japan Russia Britain France Gcr manv and Italy Confessing the strong possibility that neither the United States nor j Japan would adhere to such an agreei on the with thus taken I should like to repeat i what was said at the time the action was beint considered i e that there was no feasible alternative In view of the present financial condition of a statemrnt that the list of places announced is only tentative and is i subject lo probable revisions nnd dillons I All except four counties hi Pcnnj sylvanht will have at least one liquor I store open for business lhe day tended lo nil citizens interested in lowing New Vents Day The me welliuv of children and In Ihe lies for which no stores were provided i nlnn of the Civic Council lo provide were Forest Fullon Pike and Union j Christmas cheer for poor children ot Allegheny county was allotted lliuithe city io attend a meeting to be be SMh state to ratify repeal of Ilir libtcniilh munber of stores 21 of which j uinlfiht at 7110 oYtnck in Council eihl will be In PitlsbuiKh Philu chamber City Hull CoopiTiillns with he personnel of the Civic Counell are Ihe several patriotic service and rulemill ir city firemen and police Chester Armory Hoard htis do niiied lhe use of lhe Armory ivl and Sproul streets lor u of December 15 1111 Boiird Says To Does Not Bargain Late Chester Strike in Pennsylvania licrame Amendment when Lieutenant Governor Kdnaril C Shannon as shown affixed his signature to tbe resolution in ceremonies held in thr Stale Senate delphia will have 19 stores chamber at Humsburg Philadelphia will have at least 19 liquor stores instead of 10 the T n TI t Board announced today after it had i LYNCHING IS HIT ssitr JURY CONCLUDES BY F D R IN TALK SERVICES TODAY TO CHURCH GROUP adnlphinns AmonE the tentative allocutions for i Hie first 2U sores to be opened Jan uary 2 the Board announced der tin anspiees of tl allied palri delphia with a fifth of the Stales service and fraternal A 10000000 population would have bvit lOslores show lhe proeceds from which will eonlributeii to the Chrlslmiis submitted lo you by vour subordi nate involving in RclliniS TlUC iiUS AgcUMSt Interpreted 3S IvcblllvC Allegheny county with a population i u UM nf lhp below Philadelphia has been having bien tendered to the il WASHINOTON Dee National Labor Hoard Is prepar ing o dike direct action in thc dis pute between tin Ford Motor Co i ami strikers lit its assembly plants in Chester Pa and Kcltjewaler N J i We nix still very much in this ease Henntor Robert F Winner chnirman nf the bourd said today Sjpiukini uenernlly now the lime hns just nlioutcoiitt when we must Iirovc lo employers I hut Section 7A of Ihe National Industrial Recovery j Act menus somellilni Instead uf 1 Hiving the term collcclLve bnrunln iiii 11 form of lip service ttre lnoiiiK to Insist Hint some biiriiiliilnt hidone it the two itssembly plants huve churned the lord Com pany dins not with them In liny sense uf he word They were Midiu luis been selected as one of I ho examinnllon centers for the nivhiK of examinations ior posi tion under the Pennsylvania LUmor Control Hoard TJicse ex aniinnllons will be Rlvnn at tlio school blinding on Saturday inoinlnj Hi biKinnlni nt U oclock fin examination staff of proctors utildes and clerks will bo appointed by thc su perintendent of schools The new Liquor Control Act au thorized the Department of iubllc Jnxtinclioa to conduct these tests for the viuions types of positions Tho tests will be delivered in Me dia about 1 oclock on Fiidn iiflernoon December 15 and wli be dlslributed to thr various ex aminers mul proctors on Saturdaj morniny December IG at 730 No persons will bo admitted lo he cxnmliwtlon without Ihe pres entation of Ihe regular numbered permit issued by tho Depnrtmeiu uf Public Instruction nnd no one will be admitted after l oclock After Ihc lesls lire ulvcn they will be taken by n special state repre sent ullvc ti5 either the University of Pennsylvania or Temple Uni versity where they will lie scored by a special stiiir and thc results sent buck io JlarrLsburg Italy Britain France and Germany in p fivi nation treaty to maintain the peace In Europe and to cooper ate closely in world politics generally German preparations already have hssn abandoned and the success of efforts for new dcai might mean the ax burdens or thousands of cuizcnscoulo have been per stand Certainly thc poi pie determined lhat such asj sessmcnts should not stand and this i f jlirn AljCgCtl LlCJUOl I 1 1 I lators Despite Continued on Page Twenty Continued on Pase Fourteen SEEK ALLEGED COMMENDELTBY j HITRUN DRIVER SUPERIOR OFFICER Total of 44 Aulomobilists to Stand Trial on Chargej of Drunken Driving the plnnls I Tlul ultl departments moved tcidny erintendents nllillK in liquor stores j lo Ihe siipcriniciKlcnis of Refers Murder Collective following a conference Frank G Binswanyer today with Its rcntinu In spile of the repeal of th Pro Police are seeking an alleged hibition amendment and all Prohibii drunken hitandrun anver wnosc i tion awsthe December Grand Jury1 Captain Prank A Itowsky com1 car crashed mlo an automobile at at Media yesterday returned trtie streets shortly bjls agninst10 persons charged then violation of the liquor laws Only i address before an audience of church 1 one liquor lav indictment was i men last night interpreted his re Location of the Philadelphia stores I will be announced late lojlny or lo morrow to Judge Robert S G awl hi op chairman of Ihc Pennsylvania Liquor 11AHRISI1URG Pn Dec s moved toddy stores control board ntnt of minors hi liquor industry licensed cstablish who do not care lo purchase perlnitied opwi nenotiai Wlvl iPPioximately 100000 applica i lion ol anv sort j Hons on hand the Slate Depurfmcnt is invited imd urucd to said 1nbllc Inslructlon begun the actual tnke part in this project which will j All hereports are not In on the so mueh for the cltys poor i Foni t kiddies ChriKlniHS mornlim at thelnjlle if c itlvely with Stanley Theatre said Mr Powl loi tlav ms manain officer of Company B lllth i Tenth Infantry who was recently chosen before by the members of thc Sergeant nnd Walnut last midnight abandoned his car and s Alfred Stevenson Post No 190 Amer The car driven by the alleged icau Legion to receive thi highest woozy one is registered in the i There annual citation of the American name of Percy Magacco 71G West that tllclx Legion thc Distinguished Service Cerj Third street but the man who violatiou of tne iauor lasvs because l1 has received special commen owned the car tola police Magacco the acls plovlding have j dation from his commanding officer I was not driving at the tune Hnuevrr nistrirt At cm Colonel Charles C Meyers lllth The complaint made this IJIMUCI AI fantrj morning by Peter Snyder 538 Ths colonel forwarded to Captain 1 Tenth street whose car w Itowsky his expression of pleasure in in front of his home He receiving from the adjutant of the after thc collision Ihe Alfred Stevenson Post thc announcej motorist alighted and walked ment concerning the citation which j The automobile he was op is made with the greatest care and i was towed in by police and this study and which always goes to a j mornins a John Doe warrant WPS worthy person Spscial commendaissued by Magistrate Michael A tion was extended thc captain by his i Honan commanding officpr for his spirit of close coopcration with his comiATJpn munily and its various civic groups J vl J IJMV TAIRASFSUGHTLY BBFOREGRAND JURY COLDER WEATHER i marks as a stinging rebuke to Govcr fcelin among lawyers James Rolph Jr of California convictions for for lis attitude toward the lynchcrs of two kidnapers and to Maryland i officials for their part in recent East Shore disturbances t t IJI V 1 Ihls is a parly in which every wil llv t treated Individ werc out thc nppli cants of ineligiblcs for the various They nnto mail out noil WASHINGTON Dec 7 resident Roosevelt today had taken strong stand aeainst mob rule and Control Board nil who heard his All Ihc stores to be opened in Phil adelphia will bo large establishment he said Other revisions in the list will be made from time to time Before a store fut be wtabllshcd i illlfl moving piclure show for the Section 7A of the itrrtalnmeent of the children nt Ihc giianuilets workers Conliniieil on ISRC Twenty theatre Christmas morning toys and I ask jobs of in thc tbe stores estimated 2500 and under the An auKiiHnted slaff of office cm Thc Chief Executive heaped con citizen can have a part and share in spreading cheer among the tm fortunnte children whose Christmas would otherwise be hleal In addition lo thc free vaudeville l every case on KB merits Recovery Ihe right ITillll cfll iimli t needed niiiclcs will be distributed U S SETS iOU TRICK AF There Is no way for us lo define n stmas collective batRaining in anv generally Ilciltluns within a few days of accept i V Ule Midniglit tonlpht jtiitrks thc llnfi for mnlllni itdditionnl nppllca rcitlly bnrgiiln collectively with their liolls When dillvered to the clepart employcrs nnd we are uolnji lo SLB that they obtain that right in every ease Act charges against 10 persons making i a total of 44 true bills for this of I fensc in the three days the jury has been sitting The Use of true bills yesferday j numbsred GO and only two indict meius were ignored The district attorney and his as sisianis tody conch1 ric their Thomas McPaaden 27 of the 2200 presentation of indictments to the Mr Roosevelts address was de Magistrate John J ODonncll of livered last night to lite Federal Marcus Hook after she pleaded guilly Council of Churches of Christ in to a charge of threatening bodily America at Constitution Hall He harm to Charles C Cannon of Mar took occasion not only to excoriate cus Hook actual by those who con The threat was made during an ceal their wrongdoings by legal tech argument Monday afternoon in thc niealitics In conclusion he made this state WASHINGTON Dec The government today fixcd its price j on newly mined American gold at j an ounce unchanged for thc past four days Todays Washington price was SI79 iibove the world price set at London today The London price today was 126 ment From thn bottom of an NRA unit studying the possi blllties of stimulating reemplovinejit office of Magistrate Edward I Shum shillings tiown 11 pence from yes u die construction industry in the Seventh ward this city lenlny On the basis of the opening J An inventory is necessary ment personally or by messenger however thc applications will be ac ceptcd up until noon tomorrow j Department officials estimated that I approximately 150000 iippiicntion blanks mul circulars detailing thc Slllilrlls requirements for thc various positions were mailed out and otherwise dislrlbuled WASHINGTON Dec Copyright They said an extension of the imo by United Eslnljlisliment limit on applications is impossible if of a SOOn000 lund for nsr in Initialthe stores arc to be manned in time Ing v iiiitionnl real estate inventory is recom mended In the first report TAJ Ciinlinneil nil Pairc ruuitccn of my heart 1 A warrant had been sworn out by Mrs Btierkic for Cannons arrest prosecutor in a case listed for the Pair and slightly colder is thc pro consideration of the grand jury yes diction in Eastern Pennsylvania i terday failed to appear before thc block West Third who is thc j Grand Jury and the members of the that this beloved country of rharging him with larceny on whicli JH2 an ounce exchange rate for the pound sterling i this was equivalent to the re port slates to enable the govern efleclively and swiftly lo put Topics of Times exservice men of the State jury will then inspect county build oms js entering upon a time of great charge he out the desiredamount of money for i wil1 Ra Kr March Cnnlinupil on iasc Fourteen Saturday afternoon a I 4 oclock terday was 52 degrees at 1 p in and authorities today ths lowest was 44 at 1201 a m The The only other average of 43 wanine degrees above normal for thc date but two degrees Willfatn gam Thc President swims into his obscr valions of recent violence by first FIRST TWINS IN citing the New Deal creed and then expressed confidence that the younger generation would not be found want ing This new generation for example thc President said is not be given a hearing The dollar remained at fi07H cents the construction of socially useful march they luui to get it COUNTY HOSPITAI KKCKIVKS PROMOTION Official announcement has been rc eeived from the War Department low rental housing and for thn iniliai M wn nf below thc average December 6 last nnti Michael Howley 33 of Third year Maximum temperaturs for the i anrt Pcnn streets They were found date is 04 established in 1912 ana down anci oul Bota werc dis j charged by Magistrate Honan in Hanby 57 of Providence avenue i rd t the wU lveachings against that vile form ransdowne were hose born yestor l Agent ysieiaRv at tnc i dav to Mr and Mrs William Parkcs The first pair of twins lo be born motion of Uentonanl Colonel in the Hospilal C Baker of this cilv to thc rank of Colonel Colonel Baker is In the i The report is the result of headciuartcrs of the Third Corps nf by a Rroup of experts re Area in Baltimore Md of he proj tJMI10l bV lhe NKA it hcr silUllg oll it ly i McciiV TllC lynch law minimum 15 in 1901 Sunrise today was at 710 a m and police court sunset be at 43G p m Eastern Standard tinie I AUTOS CRASH 3 collective murder Worstof Lanciowne will today bs winch has broken out stationed at Eddyslone tomorrow at nnew know thai Wavne and on Salunuiv in Marcus lnrt n deliberate and I Hook to receive applications fvom of the commanamont those districts day to Mr and Mrs William Parkcs chemical warfnrc service branch of CALLON STILL IS SEIZED in our midst n Kenney avenue Sharon Hill the nrmv U S TUKASIJHV HAIAVC1 of the Thou shalt not kill TJ S JIINISlTIl KESIGNS WASHINGTON Dec Acceptance of the resignation of Francis P While as minister to CrcchoSlovakin was announced by Acting Secretary of State Phillips today 1 Mr Worst states that PERSONS HURT HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Rj Lnitrri Trrss Tivo men and a 16yearold girl were seriously injured at 240 a m ls on lclcf today in a headon motor crash on West Chester pike at Lawrence road near the Darby Creek Million Mauriss Krakow of Thirteenth are not on the welfare may also ruler their applications and that there will be no discrimination as lo political or the applicant i CAMDEN N J Dec Two men were heldtoday in bail rach as a resultof wiuit was be net balance for December 1 U ic of n those who cuse those in high places or in low weighs five and 5 was S MiscBllnntons u whlch ll lulSV do not ex condone lynch law But a thinking America qoes Both an boys One has been named Alan Stoffied and wcislis five pounds eiSht ounces and lhe oilier one WASHINGTON Dec which has nol been named ns yet Ytplslllv Sinca he haspital was first optmed in July of this year there hnvp been inirrnal revenue receipts thai 12700350 Customs i illicit plant was confiscated Th Continued on Fourteen slllulion fenlltl bor ln lhl I O SAFK BLOWN AT CHAIUKS TOWN Slipper Gray Hack Karo nitc Plain Acr Iliippy Kay Terra Nova Grand Kox Dticlisl Inngitndr Wave Hear Kuiglit Bis Dipper Iodorous Man accr Bill None I llacky H Ilajcolrl The Rani Oregon Fir Koyal Charge TAMAQUA Pa Dec ate of the Tamaqun postoffice was street near Thompson Philadelphia blown open tinrine iltc nicln and I driver of one of thecar and his nearly SSOO in cash and stamps stolen j lliyearold daughter Ruth were police said todav i taken to Bryn Mawr Hospital where physicians found the father had n i fractured breastbone and the daugh ter severe cuts and bruises The other driver L M D Mitchell of j JtistAWec Farm Bultomvood road i near Paoli was taken lo Delaware i County Hospital with ti possible frac ture of the skull BLINKED IN STOCK DEALS BRAllL HOLIDAY ROOSEVELT ACTS HONORSLINDYj INAAACODEROW Ocean Flier and Wife Intervenes as Adminisira Flooclcd With Hospitable tor Peek Seeks Show vere S428B42e17 nur ciuivi TO men were Kdwiird Neiman 23 and Ai of Philudelphia Three others Al Funk wrote in to tell us he was clad to see thc column back again and ser he miffed it vhile wo were touring Europe Thanks Al Minncsotn schools will have lempernncc Thus teaching thc en lo drink iKfore they know its all about Knees have been invented for thn laiet automobile What I hey need in Chester mostly Is broad shoulders to shove through those traffic jama on our narrow streets The raid was sinned by ayjenU of Jack tells us that old tlie new Alcohol beverage unit who cinema films are sold junk Of SCR ANTON Pa Dec caine from New York They seized course thats what some of them are H M nine will rolire as gallon till 1000 fHons nf when theyre brand new of Ihc Lackawannji Railroad ending 150000 gallons of mash in 3T puny nrs of service thc it was learned today com ten three automobiles 1 boilers and an electric lijiht Invitations down Wallace Wins WAXEYGORDONS BOY DIES HERE 2 NOKRISTOWNlKN OK A I IN CRASH three And Johnny ODonncll told us few mt piigiliKls get their nass rebuilt Of j course none of tliem can deny theyve VT j had tlielr chins lifted Prohibition may have done nothing else for lite country but for fourteen it reduced the number of men NATAL Brazil A WASHINGTON Dec UPiln flood of invitations from throughout tCMvening in a heated controversy in RIDDLE lMROVRS MORE STATE TASKS iii Tnrlchtofl fn South America poured in upon his agriculture recovery in uv Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs tion President Roosevelt has soitsnt National i Lindbergh today asking tlu famous occanconQucring coiiple to accept Ilia SvncliciltC hospitality of various city state and national governments to ward off a breakup in that organ ization by transferring much of it code work to General Johnsons NUA Mr Uooievelt actri shortly before ndmlnisir Voiltll Was N When John Hilinan and Paul Hrckol who Ihouyht they could sing boih of Txorriytowii were killed early lotlay when llicir Sometimes a man drinks to forget O into a cool truck in RoxborcniHh area with the new prices for a shot of Philadelphia i of liquor many men are going to for I IJCCT llelinan died it I Ihc scene of the Bet to drink oi i flash and Berkol siiceumbsd to a oKKlS fracttired skull and internal Injuries in it hospital HARRISBURG Dec WASHINGTON Doc Colonel Lindbergh miainvhile re midnight after Administrator mained silent on his plans for the N Peck went to lhe White Houseun Theodore Wexler oldest son of Waxcy Gordon New York beer soin iic has suggested z stats i bonus for c6uples who celebrate their i golden wedding anniversary Why not give them 1 Carnegie medal Eric H Biddlc civil works adminis Harvey A Couch a director of the immediate future wnelliri he would a showdown Reports ol Peeks im baron who is in the detention house YORK Dec They business is on thr Hiililrn Gold trntor for Pennsylvania today ap Rcconstruclion Finance Corporation ny noltn or fouln from Natal he dc peiuling resignation were denied io in New York preparatory to startini Nw York Fvcniix Post a ncxvspapcr pradr Milybc that accounts for the able Risnrur Weather clear track fast AT KISOM DOWNS TilackKeiinirys 2rnm irst Shady Girl Lark Myins Tlinr Clarke Tnul Im Lu Krdins Weather clear Iriek fast AT IEFFEUSON PARK Bay Aitgnn Very Well Spike ORice Our Sandy Osealoosa Spcro Dandy Don Pablo Boy liilt Tut7 Plucky Girl Politicians Hcsl Shasta Cliarmrr Pank Shot Ilisilt Clover Alleprctlo proved 295 additioniil projects for was shown lodny by Senate stock ciincd to sav and of Pan day Pennsylvania I pprf ons vill these job Approximately IF 1000 lntlkpt investmators to indebted American Airways sponsors of f l rit iv employment by to the Chase National Bank for Sft20 present did the not The employment figure passed tho 000 in connection with a syndicate H10000 with these latest pro ircts Todays list includes projects in 65 of thc 67 counties of the flatc i CAKGO OF IMATFS formed in 1028 to buy two southern railway systems i Charles S McCain chrinnan oC lhe board of Ihc Chai Ban tcsti IGyoar stnlcnce lor income tnx Peek was aroused by statements of vuion died In lhe Chester Hospital Secretady Wallace qucstionim thc success of th code and marketing ttRrccmcnts as contrastrd with crop reduction measures He was reported lo hnvc told friends that Issue had come lo a crisis He was impressive journalistic steep prices founded in 1801 The Lindberghs aro refreshed after their Ifiiiour nonstop fliphl from Biithiivsi British Wesl Africa lo Natal Tliev suent the nizht as ronsul here represented being particularly bil cnrly in the nioriiins and Ihc young is which yesterday of injuries sustnincd when iy Alexander Hamilton has been sold by lhe CurtisMartin Newspipri Inc it was learned reliably today purchaser re A formal nn The car in which he and n companion riding skidded and overtiuned ri Ihe Stale Line blow Marcus Hook jj identity of thc The Weather yrstordny mornhiB Altliouzli the accident occurred Tied today to Conrhp debt He joined Thc American steamship Sasatln hoc Captain M Mounlon cleared j through ths customs office this mornj ins from the South Chester Termi wltl Collrh nci Uon Rcni the guests of the British A D who niso PanAmerican rrprerrntaiive Natal which had declarrd a virtual ter toward the brain trust group tliod after eleven oclock bv Assistant Secretary Tiiswcll it was not unlil dunns the afternoon rt lil I i 11V11 i vi t n i n mi i ttr halfholldnv yeEtcrday to cheer the crop restriction rather than nwrkei t te lameci u nal and Warehousing Company where she took on a partial c steel plates for tho West Coast via Baltimore Md McCain said Uie loans now held by Co of a syn couple us they brought their f down on the Potingy River was hopeof improving farm condilions anxious lo give Ihc Lindberghs a whichhas insisted with Wallace thil that it was learned he was a son of mained myslery nouncement was expected Satinday ArruovKs SHIP c WASHINGTON Dec ins agreemenls hrld out Ihe best this fact became known wires be Construction of a ship canal between of thc Bank wore advanced origJ great formal public welcome They af I nnlly by the National Park Bank of had but a few miniHes togcet them uveen New York and this city the Delaware river from a point 11 All codes in AAA except those re hummed news agencies and other I miles below Philadelphia lo thr head warmer Kiln to first nrocessini of farm interested parlies infornui of Chesapeake Bay was recommended western WASHINGTON Dec The forceasl Ilastcrn Pennsylvania Tartly cliinily sliRlitly warmer nnljht lriiliiy iloiiily followed hy rain in north portion warmer in southeast portion New Jersey Fair nnl quite so cold onijlhl Friday partly cloudy and products York ol which ho was president vesterdav hrforo they wcntto Scotch NRA This was interpreted to mean ia lions would 7 Swrct rat Iavr Drscrvr Dntliotlo Orrtiuvafl Siiss AHcle iDccarcrt Wtathfr clear rack fast brooks home there to bar all visitors clialely tor home INCOMi TAX JIKlTM jact of lOOfi bcforr a Senate Commerce SubCommit ICE 1 hearing today as it began became president Thr artomit siill p m yesterday aflernoon p sslera nnrl m ESTi thty romnlrted their night Continued on Fapc Twenty acrosr the South Atlantic Pennsylvania Partly ordered transferred to lion as to lhe dcinils of the accident today by Major General Edward M clomly warmer in south and Wexler who celebrated his nine Markliailt chief of army engineers cart portions InnigM Friday elouriy tecnth birthday last Friday the day his lather sentenced by Federal University Hill N C The Internal Hvvenue Riircrtti yes plione call from terday found that ihree Pennsylvania er of New i estates and been cave inimeOf SlDOnifi in estate The youne rsiaie of May Werlou 2ierlrr S Lewis 7iegcr Havcrforo Continued on Pase Fnurteen fpntinurrt on rase Twenty Cnlnwcd by rain colder in northwest pnrtinii TODAYS TEMPER A TURKS as n a m t 37 Noon 43 m4fl 6 a in 7 n m R i m 9 a m 10 a m 41 1 p m 2 p m   

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