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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WELCOME BOYS FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best of the Day 58TH Dally Lenwl Wire Honoris ot United UJI and International News Service I INS UHKSTKU JA FRIDAY DKCKMUKK 8 TWKNTYlOim iACKS 1IUCK LVVO CENTS HOLDS NRA ILLEGAL DISTILLERS NOW THREATENED BY PUBLICBOYCOTT Hotclmcn to File Formal Protest Against Exist1 ing Liquor Prices j Complaints by Consumers C e n e r a I Bootleggers Arebenefiting It used to be that a person would get a headache from drinking Now adays one pets a headache by simpiy looking at the prices j For this reason noteUmn of Phil adelphia and this county will meet j Monday night to protest to distilkro against Ihe cost of bonded and blended wares The liquor and wine i dispensers were quick to sense pub lie antagonism against the outrageous prices now charged Fearful that a public may be declared against legalized whisky j and wines in favor of booilet stutT the hotel executives have decided 10 meet in the Warwick Hotel Phila delphia in an effort to compel dis tillers to reduce prices Many point out that distillers can produce a gallon of whisky for a i s trine more than 30 cents less taxes j of course but since repeal became jn a court lllat anactuality they arc demanding and Ulc NKA insofar as it attempted to receiving approximate y a gallon j local industrv nas I In proprohibition days the UlUona Jud Akerman held the cst brands of whiskies sold for no xalional Kccovcrv Act might llavc more than 20 cents a drinkm the Htundinr interstate com 1 1 nl 4 ii it i li rtlinn CARNIVAL OWNER OFFERS TO RESIGN EXONERATED BY GIVEN JAIL TERM CORONERS JURY Convicted of Gambling j Violation and Loses Appeal for New Trial Max Grubers wellknown carnival owner lost ills appeal for v new trial Ion charges of gambling and was sontencJd to servo two in the county juil and third and cosis by Judge Roger Fronefield I yesterday j j Grubcrp was amsUd by Upper Darby detectives last summer when j i members of the Good Government j League complained about iha fiam blinu wheels being operated at Gru bergs carnival in Upper Darby When arrested Orubert nude statement in which lie claimed lie was paying everybody in Delaware county who had a badge Later he i amplified his statement and said that 30 constables were receiving from liii every night for laying j shows During his trial bei tore Judge Fronefield lie refuseii to name thc persons he is alleged lo have paid but said that John J Mccleary of 1 j asked him for S300 which he fused to pay Mcclrary on the wit ness stand denied this accusation j Following Gruberss conviction on j the gambling charges his attorney Federal liuljre Alexander Morris Saltts of Philadelphia made of Tampa Fla who as a motion for a new trial and this refused by Judge Fronefield yesj uy Sentence was imposed im ALKXANDKK AKKRMAN EMERGENCY BILL PASSAGE URGED AT SENATE INQUIRY Companion of lordons i lOducator Tells Media Ro Son Auto Crash Victim Not Held Responsible best hotels but today the cheapest taprooms are demanding from 3D to 50 cents forwhisky that wouicl possibly cause the sellers trouble if Government gangers tested it Complaint after complaint has been i heard concerning the excessive prices i charged following the repeal of the j Eighteenth Amendment The comi plaints are nationwide and have reached Washington vhere it is exj pected immediate action will be taken j A Federal liquor tax low enough Kjso that the public might buy yood whisky at 5150 a quart or 15 ccm3 a drink was urged today by sever i members of the House Ways and li S TKKASUKV HALAXCK WASHINGTON Dec mcrcc or as a restricted emergency The treasury net balance for Dec 6 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day mcnlno authority invade the re ware Customs receipts serve power of the stales in the month through Dec G were local industry i measure hut that the federal con stitution gives UIK national sovcrn Civic Council Asks Cash for Kiddies Xmas Pa rty The Spirit of Christmas prevailed party will be the money needed to in the city council chambers last provide this celebration It will take ants BOIIVAK Mrs Kolivar Ktlward Kemp winner ofthe special Congressional flection nf tin sixth Louisiana district nn n Irket supported by Senator lluryl Lang1 lias offered lo resign her post in favor of a new primary and olcc lion as a result of the dispute arising over her victory Mrs Kemp I only candidate lo succeed hrr laic luuband Congressman Holivnr Knnp proposed lo quit he ciflivi so thut nil canriidates would have an equal fool in a new election NEGRO LYNCHED BY TEXAS MOB tary Club Funds Are Required for Schools Wild Hunters of Souvenirs Crash Wexler Funeral VORK Ore 8HNS1A mln mob of morbid souvenir muter would not lot Wiixey Gor lon ixbeir kini alone with Ills jrlef lodiiy Even us they had done at the uncrat of Texas Giilniin Hroid ways first hostess a puck of women iind men lore the lowirs from I eoltin of Waxeys son riHodore lt killed in an iiutomo accident below Chester Pa YOUIIK Wexler Oiis liilliers real mei wus speeding to New York from his collide in North Carolina tu plead for mercy for bis fiilhcr convicted of cviVsion of income tax payment ihe funeral chapel where Gor don his wife and children came to weep for Theodore was jammed with the curious As Gordon and his family wept the mob craned and laughed and lastled When the services were finished the mob leaped forward and fought for the Howers on the casket Clothing was torn and women trampled on A handful of the okl Waxcy Gordon Kane tried to pre vent the desecration but the tidal wave ot the morbid rolled ovci them An eiwwncy police call dispersed tlr1 mob U S marshals were very con siderate of the RtuigstM ienvinp him unguarded during the service1 ind at tlie Afterwards they took him baoV to tho federal detention prison Gordon his eyes vcdriniiiicd hL head downcist a broker man should the psiss lilt providing SSlKHUHKl In rniercBoniy funds Itir publle siluiul purposes members of Ihe Hutnry Club ot Media were til llielr weekly hmclieon meeting held yiMer day in she Medhi Inn by Piaiil H Morey principal of iliir SwaiUimore schools Mr Morey criticised Ihe demands of many taxpayers that school hicilllics bc cut Much of Ihe present public opinion is n form of hysteria lie derlurod Taxpayers demand ot their school direclors lo slush tnisj and slush that putting everything on the basis of taxes alone j The public school Is the foundullmi i and cornerstone of American lion continued Mr Morey yet we Ond in many Kimipeim places the schools iite Koini uheiul of ours IVrlmps tiiis is becnitse their schools have muie national inshud of I hi Kentnil local control we llnd in this eounuy j He rend n warning from Governor Plnchots messnye lo the General As sembly that many schools of Ihe state will be forced to close after Jummry 1 if the SliUOllOnt emergency appropriation is not provided He also Imked the governors project of u graded income tux for Ihe benefit of schools Dr Rule is authority for the stiitement that perlnips 85 per cent ot school support comes from lotjiltuxes on real eslnie MI id Mr lotlilv prepared lor the bitterest cold Morey and us a result we llnd ninny districts no longer aljlc to curry out the mandates of our Constitution to MEDIA CHARTER AGAIN THE BASIS FORCONTROVERSY Residents Are Divided as to Its Status in Relation to Repeal Contention Is That Hor ouifli Is Still Bound to Old Dry Law Shall Media be wet or dry old clause in the Media HorouRli Charter psiwd by theLegislature in 1H5U which prohibits the wiling or vending of vinous spirituous or other ing liquors within tlin limits of the Borough of Media Is now tho center of a rapid crossfire of ufid dry controversy at the County J tin Senate llanldnK 1lu net I lull the town voted wet11 lell of his imiuvtioii 10 1vint election no bearing with pool operation of the Sealioanl llu 1Jl1 wntever excejlt to Air liiu tluirles S Mifain of the towns manor the linaril of New Yorks Chase I that ivgaVd It wiii Irarncd National Hank is shown us hr was011 attorneys and Hor pholoKiapbeil iu WttsliliiRlim i 1U Solicitor George T Butler j terday iiltenioon The local issue is I AVKSTS COIDWAVK NKAIl I I CHICAGO the wings of frigid arctic blasts Cliicngo and most portionsofthe middle weM wave of the seuson 2uro weather thai settled In North Dakota Mlnne of almost two lo onu wus recorded favoring repeal on November 7 Also no bearing can be given tho fact thiit UK si nib Itiinor czsua luive alloculed a liquor store or Media us there is H section of the Nation was cxpecte whieh proves thatpemio The commissioner of Education in 1ifioen today Chiengo befure Bltfall Win degrees below xero Philip A Burchrtt of i7 West Sixtythird street New York City N i Boy Scouts Prepare Toys for Citys Poor Children pensary prove objectioiuible to resi dents of Ihe town Interest in the Media rmestion has j bicn growing ever since Ihe advent of legal beer Inst April The County Sea which enjoys this special clauso In the state borough charter pro hibiting either the selling of liquor or the grunting of n liquor license for use within the contines of tho borough has on Ihnt account been Continued on IaKe Fifteen night as the members of the Civic plenty of money and it is up totheExConvict AcCllSGCl As dore Wrxlcr 19 of Cntral Park i weeks Boy ScoiiL Toyland which has euch day to accomplish ii bit mon in i miriUUm J s nco its Incor Y driver of the car in wnich Theo C011 in operation for the past LOCAL MERCHANTS NAME OFFICERS Council met in an enthusiastic ses1 citizens of Chester to put their saulting AVoman Body Is Burned little boys and girls of our munici of the citystate or nation Henry Wolson local business man I pality i If the burden falls upon thc was yesterday nominated for it was a representative gathering shoulders of ihe few the cause will bi r dent of the Merchants Division of that discussed the plans that will a hardship but if it upon the attacking the Delaware County Chamber of culminate in a time of joy and shouldsrs of the many it will be Commerce for ihe ensuing year plenty for the poor children of this scarcely felt It is up to cs Harry M McCoyreceived ihe nomij city on Christmas Day morning every citizen to join hands by nation for vicepresident j Nearly every civic and private organ a contribution to the Christmas Fund Others nominated for the direci ization in this communtiy had mem no matter how small that ofTerinn torate nine to be ejected arc bors sitting at the round table Gordon New York beer baron was killed Wednesday morning near Marcus Hook was exonerated of T TI o T i blame bv a coroners jurv at an in KOUiTZETos Dec RDavidquest vrslrdav at Negro exconvict accused the unoertaking parlors of E F and slaying a white While Third and Norris streets woman was shot to dpJ ii when he The a student at the Unl willinu force of hoy iYork Cily son of niul lilcil leaders occupied each iit icrnctin nnd often in thc evenings at i viicnnt store building on the corner of Kigluli street and Edmiionl ivcnitr has already turned out a total of more than rebuilt and re tlieir work in I but cheerful manner which is one of the clmructcriulcs of till Eoy Sconts Tlie work is 1 net all fun however us the boys are each and allegedly resisted arrest painted will IjriiiK cheer i in some Insliincos faced with the to miny poor cllildreii on tusk of piforinini u sewing job to day renew a stuffed imimul or u doll The Windows of the toyshop which are scouts realize that this tnsk must be Continued on 1agc Ilftccn Y WARMERWEATHER Mostly cloudy nnd slightly wnrmer making no matter mav be how small that offering andvvhisbodylater mutilat burnedby a mob which to a pyre in the Negro Henry Dallas Samuel Fcinbsrg M The main point brought out in the The Civic Council representing the Kouni todav J Freed William T Galey Josepn stirring speeches of last evening is peoplo of this city are offering an off Grieco Harry A Hynes H L Kee the outstanding and all important j excellent opportunity to everyone to versity of North Carolina and a mem crowded with On tha stand yesterday Burchett place is a msular toy hop ialher ire too busy to find fiiull citizens had ndllltlotl ho havc fallen jwn a collection ceiilei wlicre the Wlien the Scouts went about their row The lifford H Peoples Meyer fact that the Christmas party is not do his or her part Through the i n William Propprr A Stine o be sivrii by one sect by one erosity of the StanleyWar Swarts Abe Tollin and Jos cliqueor by one organization but Brothers represented by hen Clifford Pressman Ralph P eph Weinberg The merchants asleep as he had driven from North Scouts through the liindncssof reslI ccillecikm of wns f ITIIUIJ searcning for Gregory since rm ririvinp Ihe iTniii uTiiifanie in naa aiuing iie r n r r Mul is to be the prcseiuatibn of tho hall and Thomas Magnin of thc local who met it fhe good psople ol Chester to the descrvStanley and Washington Theaters a Chesler Club oil Wesh street ris s kiddies who will have no other special bnefit moving picture show cided thrt stores of nil members will j Christmas out the one supplied in i will be giveno n Tuesday December open for business until 10 j manner i 59 between the hours of 100 p m p m each night from tonight until Tle connecting factor between the j December 23 I citys populace and the Christmas 1 Continued Fifteen CIVIL WORKS GROUP START AT GLENOLDEN RenMrs Mcllie Williams Brockmah 30 wife of a farmer was found dead on a highway near here last Saturi day Last night a posse trailed i Gregory to his hiding place in the belfsy of a Negro church at Voth a town batwecn Kountac and Bsaiii mont where he was shot and i wounded when officers said he drew a pistol and resisted arrest i The wounded man unconscious ciems of thq ben1 ennblei Ciintinued on Iagr Seven cheus ol lovs city nnd vicinity lo wi asicir nin lo be by a complete canvaw of homes in this city und adjacent commuuttiVs LAN TO CONTEST ELECTION DROPPED finished to those wiio cnii make Hi cisi use ot them I In the rear of the vacant store are some work ur luhes when thev knew they wtre joins to receiv temperature here yes deBrees at p in and the lowest was 35 at a m The nveiacc of li was two dffjrecs above normal for the date but L i i I V f l 1 support from the people as they ul n8 lltB1ers below the average wiyn have They underestimated lurge pots of Ray colored paints and leaders Hint everyone hud realized December 7 ihst year Maximum the rosponse lo their requests howI date is 64 estab ever It wns a I once apparent to tlie I m 133 flllcl lo in A force of 30 men under the Civil i Works Administration plan yesterday began thc task of clearing the Scott tract of H acres in Glenolncn tween the rear of Scott avenue and the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for j a public park The tract was ac quirsd by Glenolden for park pur early last summer I The ground is to bc thoroughly j cleared of underbrush and weeds and graded for playgrounds tennis 17 courts etc A wading pool Is also i contemplated in thc improvements I LINDY AND WIFE JURY TAMPERING HOP FROM NATAL PROBE RESUMED Yesterday which was 30 days after Ihe recent election was the final doy for filing petilions to contest the This is the place wlicrfl the Sco1its and tilpir ivbic lenders gat her i on 192G Sunrise today was at and sunset will be at m in was taken to a hospital at Bran Uon No Action was taken mont biiD wnsn officers received inj up to 5 oclock rumors persisted that be contests Jury to Recon vene Issued bv Court Fly Along Brazilian Coast j Order Issued for Federal Headed for Miami Doubted formation p mob was forming at Kountze and starting toward Beau mont they look Gregory away In i an automobile trying to protect i him Without regaining consciousness ike am slate HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY lij United Press IUO DE JAN1EUO Dec Colonel Charles A Lintl bnrsi and Mrs Lindbergh landed it 130 p m EST at Para Brazil aficr a flight ol 1074 miles from messages ranAmerican Airways said RIO DE JANEIRO Dec Charles A Lindbergh and The body was taken io Silsbee ani other small town in the vicinitv bv Conlinuoil on raccTwentvlwo Next Thursday the Federal Grand Jury will rcsumr the investigation I into the alleged jury tampering dur ing the recent rum conspiracy trial j This was announced this morning by j Michael A Stpney assistant U S j District Attorney j I An order reconvening the jurymen Son ihntdale was signed yesterday by j WASHINGTON Dae Federal District Judge George A i The government tcciuy sets Us price Wesh who presided at the trial of i for newly mined cold at SIMOl nn there would The Democrats were of the opinion that the Republicans would take j action and the Republicans heard i that the Democrats would make a As tho zero hour drew neir it is said that lawyers rcprescntme to Ins gitltt or mnoccncs both parties were in the court house Gregory died as Ihe car bcarms him I annccl with petitions for conicsis spca toward Viaor six miles cast Each watchcci the other neither of Bjaumont Winting lo mlvkfi thc filst move It is tic consensus of opininn a TEACHERS ENJOY INFLATION HIT SERIES OF TALKS BY SENATOR REED Eastern Standard lime ESTEN CLUBS OFFICERS Pertaining lo Pro fession Ably Presented j at Meeting Yesterday j All teachers of the cily schools en joyed an interesting and instructive TTo J o 1 ainotipleadcro of both parties that lo leave well enough alone was the best policy The Democrats are catrd Kpssioll uf Ule cheblol Tcachers As with their election of Nathan P Pcchin sheriff and the wuiHon held yesterday afternoon in many of them at least seem satisfied with capturing all the other offices Ray nsuicom was elected president of the West End Boat Club at a meet ing held in the clubhouse foot ot DCHIO Ccnlral avenue He succeeds Francis I Hlckey who was elected n member of Ready tllc board f trustees Others elected iwere Ernest Norris vice president tO Adopt AllV nrand C Ilayncs secretary J W Rum ford treasurer Beside Rickey Wil linni Kelly and Fred Ma honey wero elected truslces ScCS r cralic Conifrcss ihe lnrkin ycliool Broad and Crosby President Koosevelt in si reels The ihomu of hc mcelini was Classroom Teacher There i series of ihrceminute Doseibiiif Congi ess us ready to adopt almost any kind of inflation Senator David A Reed yesterday promised wholehearted support to a move lo Topics of Ti mes HOLY AV OBSKKVANCK AT CHAHLESTOUX j colonel cnarles A Linooergri na stato Senator John J McCIure and ounce cnntinttine the price in effect Mrs Lindbergh noincwaid bouid mmc lhan four scorc codefendants i since were flying along the Brazilian coast of wholn worc conviclEd bv a jHry j Tocinv price was SI 5 toda oi 12 worki price set in London i The flying Americans lett stoncv aflrr rrreivincr the ovticr linU Belle Fair Clark Too Cai Postman Home Plinra Dipper Nay Nay In Iodortis tic at a m today EST and headed northward SwajiRer Slick Did She Lass Kedcliffe Gay Parly after rounding the jutting corner of the coast was reported aj passing Arsia branca 170 miles from oii the homeward journey They were expected to take Stoncv after receiving the order today Thc London price today was 2fi On the basis of thc open AcMa Bm 7 Fiisro Humdinger Reck r ill c llantllcy Chiefs Trouhailniir Weather clear track good AT EPSOM DOWNS 1 Get Ready Monks First 2 None 3 Croon None Shacklcfofd A Was Fa FlyhifT Tbor fi None 7 The Hipper Noble Tiller Durvi Backward Never Weatlinr clear Iraek fast AT TKFKFKKSON PA UK flying Americans left i their landing place after an 1370 announced that about six persons mile flight across thc South At Ian be hcrd Thursday Throe today a in defendants in Ihe case have already i yesterday bren indicted for alleged aiemplcd a cxcnanec rr for Later their black and red seaplane bribery of Rovernmcnt witnesses and i stcrlln i this ws cquivacit Roy Bcnston Negro of Sharon Hill i to S32 42 mi ounce was indicted for perjury j The dollar remained at 6078 The board bill of thc jury selected in the case was rendered yesterday by 1 ACTIVITIES PLANNKD the Benjamin Franklin Hotel It usual commercial route homeward to amounted to S5047 Thc jurors and Ejection of officers for thr eniuins spend Christmas with their 16j nirec guards lived at the hotel during piece at a recent monthold son Jon whom they not seen sine throughout the world So day observed the Feast of ihs Tm mnculale Conception it being a holy day of obligation for members of thit faith In all Catholic churches nf thc city and county masses wore cele ubjecis the dollar In a speech before a jcynf meet ins of the PhilrulPiphia Board of Manufacturer1 and The Pennsylvania Republican said CiisH on topics jilailve to liic various Trade and he of the trachint profession as Bankers Clutj tluy are viewed by the officials of a Mhool district and by the parents and u n vou Bere lken Sll citivens The addrtiKtii given by thu National Leijislaiure on the chosen for their close asso proposition to pay the governments expends nnd refund the national iM ion with and knowledge of the debt by unsecured paper currency the J Ill HI ItiOTl Hilt l I Oil TV v il Ill t jj iit u n j i i v 111 ivi lil I Jk I v III 1 i IIL V shil irsfl pence up T ion momlnB a11 Paiwhiat Mr David A superintem ent l bolioe it would ss v CO11P vcilcrdav O thn L e n sclloo chlrircn were granted a scHrxjIs spoke on tho topic What aW cia Alniosi churches tho regular i i Sunday schedule of masses was served WAKDKN IS OUSTKl Siipcrintendent Kxpccts of a Thesubject What a Su prviiOns Departmental Director lhr nl pccls of a Teacher was admirably preinted by Lillian M Dan BO1SK Idaho Dec a stormy session the State Prison Board yesterday ousted George Riukl margin E pray the President may havc the courage and strength t resist infhiUon II he doas it will lin my privi lege and the privilege of the other liroctor of primary and special in congress to light Jon whom thev had uiiftrfaT which lasted for a of the Bnai Brith Association con c they left North months nectad with Ohcv Sholom Synagonue e rc cld wi 10 Eocia Haven Me last Jifty for the flight Yesterday Judge Welsh approved Tho social committee of thc SiKler Ihat has taken them from the Arcj uu foul ifiecxaminntion and hood of the synagogue is btilrly cn tic Circle to the equator and on ordered it paid by U S Marshal gaged completing arraiicement for i Joseph B Reing tllc annual next venk in tlm Continued on JXRir Twcnlylwo hotel billvns onlv a fraction aUciiiorium of thc Community Center of what the government spent for the building Plans for the SYMPHONY GROUP IN FINE CONCERT to prisoncis including Mrs Southard serving a sentence S lier fourth husband QUITS V S IlNANci Km WASHINGTON 8UP trial Thc cot of gathering the evi twentysecond annual Jewish ehaviiv Henry Brure today Colleclor Sis Kslhcr Our Jnhiiny Patricia MrKcnn Hnlrt Hard Flyinpr Amliassailnr lid Frratit Lady FClnise Marie Fiifelhcrt 51 c p a i Sir Jacob Cloiradn Vciuirocls i St Xazaire Angkor Marabou Four orchestral numbers of great Tlinnderdrop Kitly 5Maric lean Modesto wore given excellent intrr pretation by thn Chester Symphony Fiinff The Spaniard 1 Sociciy lnt evening in a concert Peach Uaskct Golclvirtsr hcW in thc riliriit0num of the Smcdlev Four Orchestral Numbers of Great Beauty Finely Interpreted deuce and trying th case is reported to range from to VIEWS COUNTY PROPERTIES i Persons ciixsely connected real estate activity in thc Borough of i Swarthmore icport thai Chef A Keyes pioseculor for tho Unual i Slatos Department of Justice in tla recent Delaware county rum ling con solracv investigation has been show have already started dutips as federal financial liaison cvrnt will be held on February 7 in the officer and said he would return to cmsExpect of i auditorium of the Commuivty Center New York at once to resume hi work j as head of the Bowery Savings Brink educiition of the city system Mabel Beachcm principal of the Larkin school spoke on the subject What a Principal Expects of a Tercber The allimportant lopic Teacher was presented by Miss neiiia licatty of the Franklin school Thr parents side of Ihe matter was i aiven by Mrs Harry C Donahoo president of Ihe Crntnii Board of PinntTeiichcirs Associations who spoke on Ihe subject What the Pur a Teacher him preceding expressed tlirl he had been portrayed as to the Presidents drive for or arc we men If each of us had a S20 bill to is railroader Loree did tho other daywe wouldnt need thc NRA he denounced A bottle of beer is equivalent to a plate of ham and ecfis says a physician But who wains bcnr for breakfast Liquor dealers complain the New Iiisry lax on liquor will be too high They might as well have included everything else Latest reportis that the universfl is 100 sepiillion miles acrcss And his money Contiiiiuil on Iage Fifteen Ins not an inch morc German scientist found a liv flea yen re it elig ible to feed on pure Aryan stock Coining within the classroom itself i Cnntinucil tin riRCTvTiitylwn Rochdale Section of County Possesses Unusual Names o li n son S a y s So in FOR CO NEW YORK Dec bers of tho National Association nf Whoever though of the names for uel Riddle whose spacious grounds vvVtii expectations that by the end of i Manufacturers many of whom oppose ronris and blocks nf houses in nock Jar The Row but local residents Thr earlv rush over the Ticjuor Control Board settled down today to the more orderly task ofissuing ap 200 retail licenses daily Speech Policies Hacking NRA Latest Paris edict is lo wear some thing in thc hair That must ba the evening dress mode for nudists Remains of an animal of ths plasiadapidae family were discovered in the South Dakota badlands Must have choked to death when it triecj i to give its name to the police is always the feeling that soniMinni good is around ihe cor ner say Mrs Roosevelt Prosperity has so overworked The Weather Dixon lincldn Cara Nonius Department Store Praises Times Ad Somebody by following the Times clasoified advertisements was able to pick up a beautiful fourpices bathroom outfit of a discontinued style at a bargain The advertis ers Montgomery Ward Co Edgmont avenue expressed their complete satisfaction on thr won derful results obtained through thc advertisement Junior Hiph School This was the first of a ssriro of four musical eve ninss which will be given by the So ciety during the193334 season It is reported that Mr Keyrs his wife hrvc mrde a number of trips to Swarthmore nnd have iv spectcd scvcrrl attractive properirs offered It is said that both Mr and Mrs Kryrs have expired srUisfne1 tion with the borotiRl ticular Ihe nortluv the week most of the establishments thc NRA labor and licensing povi dale and Iennihad a subtle sri c of were nnd are satisfied with the olri frrkiiii to sell liquor will havc made sions ami the Roosevelt mnneiary policies digested today a vigorous ic A iolnl of IGiG licenses have ben fonc ol these principles made by ivsrfd throviahoul the state Of NRA Administrator S John inoiis building of that name in Nciv coz to rcslaurnnts 403 lo hotels fon York City This flat iron slnicuue 254 to clubs and two lo importers Johnsons spsrcli delivered a the humor monirkri Soiiirwhere in To top off the list theres The Gob ihr heart of Rochdale there is Plal blrra Knob a district in Hockdale hoi Point nnmed after tho fa and near Ths Knob I here is Ths row of housrs In Grn and Joseph A Hopkins Ihe orchestra opened with the Sakunlala Over ture of Goldmark always a favorite j itl n with concert goers The tirsi move incnt of thc sireat Symphony in fj n by GOVERNORS NIIXl 1U there were occasional when si slight raggedness was noted i NKW YORK Dec Mrs Rosa This stretch of the Kiaq s giving the inflation theory a sound WASHINGTON Oer weather forecast rloiuiy slightly warmer In smith pnrlion Saturday partly cloudy colder in afternoon Kaslrrn in south and litrht rain ciianprmpr to fiiow in north portion tonight and probably Salurday miriiins colder Satnrilay and in north portion to Western Ionnsylvania Inmly colder in north and west jiortions possilily SlH snow lonislit atiir day fair colder Highway leading ofl the Convent those only who could produce quart Lansdownc road they call in thn main thr ensemble was moiid Pinchot Gaslon nieco nf Govi The Yellow Rond lies just below As for districts am lying nhcl any roughnesses were niore ernor Pinchol of Pennsylvania andlthe Rockrlile stalinn ad Rnmcat imagination of thc an than redeemed by the spirited reading j formerly an actress was reported ill Row leads from Rockcmlr thvougli names appavcntly vt Kddysione Waverly Grille Upper lest without jumping into an un thc j Darby Jacks Grille Sionehnrst measured abyss TOO AYS TEMPERATURE Continued on faseTwentytwo here of pneumonia tpciny at her liomeiGiMi Riflrilc This liUcr was always hprn rallpr HonrvsiirHfl Kow hv SnmI ol liqunr on initiation nights and places author of these Hills Tonys Rrfliurant Darby ran rampant 1 Mike a Bfr Gnidrn this city HoirsPin71 Hoirl this cily and The country is monetary rxpsriment Honeysuckle Row by Sam Continued on FARC Seven Manoa InnHavcrford G a a 8 n Continued on Tago Fifteen 10 a conductiiie a but it Ud not in m m in m 34 U R 31 Noon M l p 35 2 p m m 4   

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