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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              YHATEVCR 58TII 17772 Daily Leased Wire of United Press UP nnd International News Service INS EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day CHESTER PA TUESDAY DKCKMHKlt 12 1933 CITY COUNCIL WRESTLES WITH BUDGETPROBLEM Estimated Expenditures Exceed the Estimated Revenue for 1934 Heads of Departments Begin Employe Person nel PavingProcess PRICE TWO CENTS SAILING TO SERENADE INSULL A mathematical problem that only a magician can solve faces the city government it wns revealed todas when the tentative budget for 1934 was presented for consideration at the regular session of City Council The total estimated receipts for next year amount to S65850300 nnd the estimated expenditures total 893530933 a deficit of ac cording to the report submitted by Councilman John J Luttrell director of the Department of Accounts and Finances And this estimate of expenditures is caking into consideration that every municipal head has cut his appropriation to the bone In some cases the personnel of certain de partments has been greatly reduced and the salaries of all councilmen have been reduced 10 per cent As a retrenchment move in his department Councilman William M Powel introduced an ordinance which was passed on first reading which dispenses with the office of Health Officer and of one Health In spector This leaves but one in spector who will be subject to civil service He will be designated as Supervisor of Health The only other employe in the health department will be a clerk who shall be ap pointed by Council and shall be sub ject to change and removal at the will of council The office of Super visor of Health will be for a period j of two years i The departmental requests for the coming years are as follows Depart ment of Public Affairs S 10500050 Department of Accounts and Finance Department of Public i Safety Department of Streets and Public Improvements and the Department of AMN1 GALLICAMPI To show her gratitude for the assistance he gave her operatic career Amn GalliCampi ItalianAmerican prima donna is sailing for Greece tn sinj for Samuel Insuli Chicago utilitiesmagnate who took refuge from tion there after bis power empire collapsed Instill was the financial main slay of the Chicago Civic Opera Company ASSEMBLY VOTES MEDIA BOROUGHS TO ADJOURN THE ANCIENT CHARTER S10N DEC INEFFECTIVE Means That Pinthots i Repeal of Amendment Social Legislation Hills Strips it of Provisions Making Town Dry j Croup of Plan Kight for Uetenlion Attorncv Jives Views COWBOY SUSPECT AND VICTIMS May Not Pass Measures Are Presented in House However Senate Seen Inivevani HARRISBURG Pa Dec j Medias ancient liquor charier Is extraordinary session of Ihc ineffective The boroughs encral Assembly moved down Ihc ilcl nnd the town is home stretch today toward December lasf 21doubtful of enacting any great j The mmming turn of events wns portion of Governor Pinchots proi revealed last evening by A H Geary posed social legislation nlitiuu rtry mid promi Allhough bitterly opposed by nd nent attorney of Chester who spoke ministration Republicans Ambled1 inThT cnts and Democrats who are driving House outside Media to discuss plans for labor laws election reforms age for H fight against I ha liquor store assistance and unemployment relief to localed at the County Scat A both Houses voted last night to close letter of protest was sent to Governor shop and go home before Christinas 1 Pinchot und to Robert G Gawthrop i Representative A J White Hutton i chairman of the state liquor control1 Franklin introduced the joint resohi board and petitions are being clrcu lion in the House for adjournment lated preparatory Io an extensive of Ihc special session sinedie at noon I fight for retention of the old boroimh December 21 Most liquor legislation charter and prohibition of u liquor1 has been disposed of In the House Representative Dar lington Hoopcs Berks county Social ist led the oppsition He contended two more weeks of the session would not be sufficient to allow reasonable and store in the town Mr Geary had trouble convincing i the assemblage that the old prohibi1 tory clause in the town laws wiped out by the new Pennsylvania which in Section When it reached the Senate it or local acU inconsistent here tni DEMOCRATS MOVE ASSEMBLY OUST 3 COURTJtJSTICES Resolution Would Impeach Those on Preferred List of Morgan Co Want E F White and Senator John 1 McClure to Resign Stale Posts LIQUOR LICENSE PERMITS CHILD HEALTH CENTER REPORT Officials are in a quandary as to how they will be able to meet the deficit pointing out that they could lay off all the employes in every de partment excepting thc police de partment and then would still be Issued by State Alcoholic Some Interesting Data Control Board to Date Revenue Information short of balancing the budget Tlie total number of licenses 1s Concerning Good Work Being Accomplished Fourteen baby carriages were do nated to thc Child Health Centers of this state amounted to at the this city last mouth for distribution n viinv j among needy families according to street cleaners will be a thing of the j eose of business yesterday Among a report submitted by Mrs Anna M past after New Years day and sevj the iicanscs issued yesterday was one Bryce supervisor at a meeting of thc cral other changes arc rumored but j t0 the Young Mens Republican Club j board of directors held yesterday aft even tnose mentioned would be only r it iouu n a drop in the bucket and would make j G21 Wclsh streetthls cltv sued for the sale of liquors and wines found a ready opponent in Senator Prank J Harris Allegheny adjournment resolution by a vote of to 12 Members of tlie Philadel Oklahoma troop mnliiliziiilon hnlkrd lUtcmiits ni mob violence as piillrc in qmstimici1 uiilnl riRhl cowlidy ronccnihic slaylnff of iMr ami Whites Removal Opposed at Caucus HARUISnunO Dec members of the House In caucus prior to Ihc open lug of the session today agreed to oppose the Qulnn resolution would declare the oHlcc of chief clerk of the House vacant The position Is hold by Eugene P While Delaware county one of the defendants convicted In the Dtlnwftie county conspiracy cases Whll has appealed for a new trial and last niRlii thr House granted him it leave of absence until Hire regular session of 1035 but with out pay Representative J I Quinn Alle gheny Democrat introduced the ouster resolution and wns expected to call It up for action during the day The caucus also agreed to op pose Lhe judges Impeachment resolutions if they arc to be in induced by House Democrats lo dav HARIllSBURG Dec 1 Ltnrh miiiorlly Democratic party pressing held sorrrlly I for ijreatcr representation in tlie Key found a few intone state carried its flght Into tho fniiiiil ill General Assembly tociay forthe re uhlrdeledIorthitvoledfoil TV tllc flrst tlmc in thc i r Oll ffiinul Hi General Assembly tociay for the re namedI bclW thorC K I of llu borough will the people of arC der from Governor Murray ralllnRout troops moval of three high court justices W of imp fni n u Media know what it is to be allowed lbsucrt tr ulnta hum of Irllclmnts where they wore last seen on one state senator and thc chief clerk todhnk their likkciin the open Nnvnuber 23 j of he House of Representative necessary legislation before December 21 Senator Samuel W Salus Philadel phia said his delegation will do everything in its power toward this end Other members of the telega lion said they would favor a recon social S The group which met last eve ning consisting of representatives of thc Media W C T U thc two branches of the Media Friends other alld To to rnllh chot his cooperation in th which failed to meet for the first four weeks In brief the wire reads We re spectfully protest against the estau r mnintencncc of a little change Thi estimated income from taxes for 1934 at an cstimatsd valuation of 556000000 at HVv mills amounts to SG4400000 less estimated amount to be deducted for exonerations rebates and uncollectable taxes in 1934 S218 96000 leaving a balance of S42504000 To this amount would be added de The State Liquor Control Board today announced that all municipal ities will receive their first revenue from liquor licenses February 1 but that it is Impossible at this time to provide information regarding the amount that will be available The Act specifies that payments shall be made quarterly on the first linqucnt taxes which might be colj of February May August and No lected next year and fees from the vcmber said the board The money various municipal departments will go directly to municioai treas Archie Levy local attorney at at the health center 1014 West Second street The donations were theresult of an appeal made through the columns of the Chester Times During the month 188 visits were made by representatives of the health centers to various homes in this city and adjacent territory According to the detailed report released this morning by Mrs Charles R Long publicity chairman a total of 73 baby books were delivered dur vaiiuus municipal departments will go directly to municipal treas wuna uejivcieu uu Archie Levy local attorney at uric in the of second month miscellaneous visits tended the meeting and on behalf of j class townships where the board is ttaledD nsw bal3cs registered at a client who owns a property at I required to make the mvments in r e clmics numbered 95 repeat t Twentyfourth and Madison streets i the school districts with abie Physical examinations FIRST WARRANT HEREJOR RUM Keystone Hotel Operator 9th Ward Accused Is I of 42 Miles Added to MERCURY DROPS TO 16 DEGREES Wind Attaining Velocity AskingPermit Y M C A TRIHI Continued on Page Ten j CLUB ACTIVITIES HIGH BOYS State Investigators lookinj Into Midwinter Action of the Democrats is directed at Justices John W Kepliart and William 1 Schafler of the State Su preme Court Justice Thomas J BivUlrign of thn Superior Court Sen ator John J McClure Delaware county nnd Eugene F White Dal awiirc county chief clerk of the llousa of Representatives Legislative procedure rcttutrlng resolutions to b printed unless unniiimous consent is given for im mediate consideration prevented flep rrsentativiv James U Quinn Allc ghcny from forcing thc House to weather which dc takc n standonWhites removal Quinn introduced the resolution Discomfort Yesterday Girls of the TriHi Club of the 1 OU 10 i postrepeal liquor conditions In this Eccndcd on this sccion of the countrvi Quin introduced the resol ENDANGER LIVES icitj a warrant fov the ar ast Saturday remained this morn rest ot Albert Acuna who has been ing the mercury dipping to 1C degrees others of violating the prohibition Y M C A began work on their spe Eveij afternoon groups of younger lc Hotel Scy at a a m streets they began on the task of for needv yesterday nnd last night a wind times reached a velocity of nl1 hour made outomobllc an officer or officers for special duty in recent federal trial nt Phil driving uncomfortable nnd walking cunicult on the snow and Icccovcrcd i of the ritv nn Clty on A numbcof fort to break up the practice car i Tilc warrant which was sworn out1 owners claim j before Magistrate J Albert Northam j taken Tllis jectl going on llp Firt ward charges Acuna with I streets though no scri sections of this city and in charBe last cvnini bv or sevcral ycars and numerous violation of the state liquor laws Jmcounty signs and tree branches were crine Bates forming choir police have been detailed to I mediately after swearing out tho clown Tclcgraph and telephone to take part In the ChrlSs Vcspr tho io Put a to but rnt thls the magistrate TO lit Ihc wind but only to be held in tho YW r A n few wccks of inactivity the boys Piaccd the papers in thc hands of i nc the Bell Telephone b Sd nlnxtsunday hC C A again at their posts Constable John Long with orders to l f r I the school districts coextensive with asked that part of the taxes for 1930 j the t be refunded as the building for As the money is rccsivcd with II doctors iii jo liLdlJLi i ILli 11 wliichthetaxwaEpaidwasnotcomjcense applications it is cleared by physicians 158 children under corrections 14 pleted until the latter part of th year according to Mr Levy Mayor Ward referred the matter to coun cil for consideration and promised a definite reply by next Saturday BANKKUPTCV PETITIONS through the Department of Revt to the State Treasury placed in a special fund number of children referred to fam ily physicians 27 referred to hos lpitals 11 referred to other organi zations 33 formulas given 27 re S gethcr with ultimate revenue from 1 fronl oth orgamza railroad dining car and steamboat H cnildren taken to dentist 9 Frederick G Garner and Mary T nnd the profits from state i arner of Haverford through their which start operations January i In io Payments from thc state stores Dalry Cllnic9 und will be made in accord with eatmcA5 j Yesterday afternoon between thc arrest Acuna Long went to the ihat was locr hour of 4 and 430 oclock motorists stone Hotel and was informed thai nnd Mcndow lane l driving west on Ninth street were Acuna liad gone to Harrisburs on i x afc u vns ooscnc ig next Sunday MAX BISHOP TO iiiij j i nntio UllJl Ltll O ill HI io ikiu H I T of Connie Mack to dispose of several i most every instance impossible to sec when he returns and he will be Riven big stars of the Philadelphia Athletics clearly for more than a few feet hearing and be held under bond for of the American Baseball League in ahead of a car further hearing in court it was rei elude Max Bishop second baseman i At Ninth andFulton streets was n vealed by Magistrate Northam it was learned today dozen or more boys in the street The swearing of thc wn j law an extension of bis leave of ab the greater part of iEcnco the 193r General As sembly Thc vote was 112 to 75 with the minority bloc voting almost solidly against he measure Qulnn met a stumbling block when he attempted to Introduce a second resolution urging the Senate to re move McClure After conferences with the chair he decided to with draw the measure to offer it at a later time Rep John J Kane Allegheny sponsored measures advocating im peachments of thc three court jus tices whose names appeared on the preferred list of J P Morgan fa Company He likewise was called to thc chair nnd later withdrew the measures for the purpose of re vising and presenting them at a future date Speaker Grovcr C Talbot an nounced this as being done to ve draft the resolutions in thc proper form s of the home of Captain Ell Jackson In his request for an extension blown down That wns located at Buck looscncd from of thc maintenance crew to thc scene and rc polc fence surrounding the sidcvard Garner attorney William C Alexander 2 Media filed a petition in voluntary bankruptcy proceedings before Judge fund legislation George A Wclsh in the United liquor license fund now totals States District Court Philadelphia i and will be increased daily vcsterday Albert E Holl of Media I as cense fees from new applications 1 are transmitted With thc first pay miscellaneous to children 21 Schick tests 38 Out of the number of Schick tests taken 7 was named referee Shapiro Pharmacy Inc Chester mcnt to counties not due until Feb filed a schedule listing liabilities of i rualJr Ltwill be a matter of a month S3280 and assets of 52900 nr s I Doctors who served the clinics dur ing the month were Francis Bielski Rocco DeProphctis Paul Buckley or so before bookkeeping arrange and Earnshaw goes to Chicago un blocks distant official reports show mark ROBINSON CONFIRMED Dardin their own safety or I thc safety of those who were ridim in i would make it impasible for the state gh f stood in thc line to prant thc license for which he has passing cars they HARRISBURG Dec traffic ancl presented a hazard to applied at the capitol The Senate confirmed tlie nomination themselves and drivers Herman Gold W E Smith and E E of Mrs Alice P Libcright ns secretary Raven HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By Urllcri Press merits are completed and the board 7 will be in a position to indicate how P assisting with tha work of mm mtich revenue will be available for i c the needs of children dur each municipality the Past month included Mrs v ftctiuiry IT of welfare m Governor Giflord Pin U i i VjUVUJilUi VJlllUlU irtll gave their services chots cabinet by a vote of 48 to 0 AT JEFFERSON PARK WEST THIRD STREET MERCHANTS ACTIVE REMAINS AT jLINDY DUE AT 1 TRIM second arrest in the I Ji navigate i tion provided that his position could Arest of weather bureau today reported be declared vacated and a successor Aiiest or Acuna jhc cxtrcme cold is the result of a could be elected Senator McClure who from week to week has been granted leaves of ab sence during this session was al today Louis N Robinson Swarthmore was confirmed ns a member of the i WASHINGTON Dec Mrs i northwcst The prediction for today is clear and slightly colder and as a bright sun shone this morning the mercury becan climbing slowly i Tho coldest temperature recorded 1 i for December 11 was 8 degrees In 1880 Thc highest was 65 in 1839 PORTOFSPAIN Trinidad Dec for the date is 37 degrees Fred Stickel Mrs I Piul Tnnr Mrs 4i j U uniiiuvi or LIUi WAartlMUlUN IJcc J uoionci nna Mrs i xrri TTTIAII iv ircci btickci Mrs J Paul Jones Mrs Board of Trustees of Eastern Peni The government today held the price Charles A Lindbergh flying here i SAYS HE GAMBLED Continued on rac Ten succeed Henry N Woll for newlymined American qold nt i from Manaos Brazil en route home Con nnn irrinn man discharged by the governor as a the price in effect since DCi for Christmas to arrive at AWAY HERE G Master Passion Not to be outdone by their brother w Drill i mcrchanls Market street and EdsI nuc t the toee Blizzard in U S Heat Wave in Alaska Anne Arundcl Nornin Helen Green Tola Motor Very Well Olive Sabalb Lassie Prince Dunroyal Canter On Ulmcr Flilsomc Dark Sister scheme of things seems to indicate that it will be tho most attractively decorated block in the citv By United Press While Alaska experienced an un usual heat wave wintery blasts swept over most of the remainder of i thc North American Continent to at day bringing snow sleet and sub tree each of j zero temperatures be gaily decorated Then j Temperatures ranged from 28 dc 1Knnrkilmtil link Miirnin 7 iiiun iempcratures ranged irom 28 dc Hx IcUvcsn th3 poies will be stretched grecs above in the Arctic Circle the laxc Xnou vopes of hony cvcry rcw fcct being ica box of the continent to 24 de niinprilfllPrt tMirrli T i result of recent outbreaks at the ccmbcr 1 son Todays Washington MACH SEXNKTT London pries about p m Eastern Standard wTq Time Mrs Lintibrrgh wirelessed a m lowed another by the upper body Topacs of T3 sues A man in Chester county recently went crany arguing his wife So Is any other husband Jim Dcavcnport police superin tendent handed out cuts of venison Frederick Wil to his many friends yesterday Even Marshall street though it was gratis it was deer is said to have confessed meat T i issnia io nave coniessccl HOLLYWOOD Dec Tilc London price today was 12fi At ihat hour the Lindberghs were loaning to himself from the treas Listing liabilities of S925681 and as 4i pence down 7 pence pawing the Rio Cuyuyi River on the Ury of a building and loan nssocii A Christmas tree dealer sets of S1600 Mack Sennett pioneer i from yesterday On the basis of thc order of Venezuela and British tion of which he we MANAOS Brazil Dec in New York City laxc Miss Mynheer 5 Falsehood Keen Trincc r Don Tasker Fasly Noels Dress uu w v v A iJtilillLL IT u movie producer tociay had on file a London opening for thc pound ster Guiana voluntary bankruptcypetition in Fed linS iSSlOi this was equivalent to NV is over junge wil i tiernets Colonel Chacrles A Lindbergh I LONDON Dec The i xnti Mrs Lindbergh took off from i earliest flash on the Washington hcr nt GAS nm today 418 a m WASHINGTON Dec 12 UP j gold price officially announced at EST PortofSpaln Trinidad The treasury net balance for Deccmi 945 a m EST arrived at a private i bout 11 ber 9 was Sl02298167912 Misccli financial house at p m toi Their U S TREASUKV BALANCE Collector nonnet Sctlis Ballot thousands of shoppers during there Tiidffc Dircnzo I maining 10 shopping days before Last AHempl Marcngo Knowl Yulctide edijc Princess Xclda Starkist wAnriMi tr FAIR AND SLIGHTLY Weather clear rack fast AT CHARLES TOWN COLDER WEATHER Bud Scotch John Dolirc riaid Totly Fair and slightly colder is the pre j diction today in Eastern Pennsyl I vania New Jersey Delaware and Yfar Habiicy Cornelia j Maryland It will be cloudy tomor Iowcll Water Lad Hopans Iridc J and not so cold followed by K Sunny Susan Golden Princess Medium Kmrnv Fish At least 30 deaths were attributed to the storm Mast of the deaths were in eastern states which bore the brunt of the cold wave Pennsyl vania reported 12 deaths and New York City three Middlcwestcrn states reported 10 deaths Many towns in the western part of thc State of Washington were swept by thc highest flood waters in years Hundreds of families were marooned or forced to leave their was secretary has boasts that he went to Canada for all disappeared via Chester gambling t1G load he is displaying We know establishments or at least that is i who went to Canada for a what he says Rush after being brought back to j load that they wouldnt display Mcrvy Turk always seems to get Philadelphia from a hirieo t n Ch get cago was held in bail yester a gjV0 shop u lancous internal day were S308946078 ceipts for the month th ber 9 were on a charge of embezzlement 000 miles away Rush is said to have admitted to Its hard for the average woman great red seaplane took off til after Christmas without thc horses Malicious Acts Annoy Hedgerow Theatre Group Someone has a grudge against the Meanwhile theatre lovers Hell parts of it are inhabited by Indians but most of thc wilderness never has been invaded by man Past the Brazilian wilds the route lay acrcfs a mountain range at the Venezuelan frontier which rises to a height of about 2000 feet From here the trip was compara tively easy being over Venezuela to her coastal cities and then finally Rose across the Gulf of Paria lyiiiR be Goal Step llerkimcr Field snow tomorrow night homcs and seek shelter in boats Six i Hedgerow Theatre at Moylan Rose Valley bound were finding themselves twcen Venezuela and Trinidad to Thc highest temperature here onc wai missing persons were reported drowned and tcrriay was 3 at 11 a m i and the lowest whs 23 at 8 p m Thc average of 31 was six deg j i 51 7Hyc nnd Bvc Irec Advice Chiefs liclmv date and one Troubadour Black Patricia Nut PSrcc below the average December T iimtr VPfl T AT r 11 tii let RedclifTc Captive Weather clear track sood AT KPSOM DOWNS Participate Sim Thorn Efiayhe JJarsc Chin Good Jest Simon More Anon Sue Terry Tack Tfowc Campapna Sheet Tarnish Garrick Wnolorac Flying Thor His Last Weather clear rack fast 11 last year Mrximum temperature for the date is 65 established in 1899 and minimum 8 in 1830 Sunrise toriay was rt 714 a m and sunset will be at 436 p m East ern Standard time United States metcrolojists pre Vallcy but thc Who It remitn mvsterv in Chester Marcus Hook Concord PortofSpain Who It is icmains a msicrjvmo and Darby colonel Lindbergh abandoned thc 1C unknown individual is making i ccipl5 continually falling be idea of traveling thc comparatively dieted rising tempera lures over westI life distinctly unpleasant for thc cause of thc lack of patrons who safer but longer routes eastward and crn states today but added a sec actor folk by destroying or uproot were able to navigate themselves r westward ond frigid blast would send temperling every sign within a radius of two into that maze of the county known attires tumbling again tonight or miles pointing toward the theatre j as MoylanRosi tomorrow cVJ1cy I ricspcra1 COUNTY RESIDENTS Early in August one of thc actors tion Shcppard had heavy iron posts JujCVl iji 111 viili IIMI 11jyjj n i 11 111114 I IHJII JwilO The coldest weather of the winter H C Sheppard began an advertising 1 and metal signs made and sunk deep was recorded in many places In i scheme of flooding the country j in thc ground and then rested con Chicago and vicinity temperatures roads with signs designating thc Io tent that his worries were at an end FIGURE TN CRASH ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY fell to zero and began to rise slowly Virginia Minn reported 23 degrees below Rice Lake Wis 16 below and Devils Lake N D H below cation of th theatre Almost overI But not for long He now finds1 Five men were injured yesterday night they were ripped down and j that they arc cither being turned i wlt1 a tro1 strcwn about Shappard again plasS pointing in opposite directions or arc f1 tcred the signs on telegraph and j beins bent to the ground or dug up 1 lnth and Jefferson streets In New York thc thermometer was j telephone poles and ths same coun altogether State police nnd ths driver James Stanton of George G Timmms who has been at 19 degrees above early today A i teraction confronted him The third j borough constable are working on thc Fcrmvcod Delaware county was one of tlis leaders of the Democratic heavy snow covered part of New time he look stock of the situation case j treated for cuts at St Lukes Homeo Party in his home precinct thc Third England A blanket of snow covered and built wooden signs and planted I H C Shcppard is the Hedgerow of the Second ward has announced most of Ohio but farther west skies them deep in the ground Within a i statesman who early in May of this his intention to become a candidate were clear week every onc had cither been year made a name for himself by in ine spring primaries for a scat in High winds which drove a blindi chopped up or pulled down arid the i preferring a jail sentence to paying i broter Jon 20 and Louis Granazc ne lower House of the State Lcgisj ing snow over eastern states hamcountryside was again barren of i a fine for not having a license for in both of Fermvood and John lrvlllrc 1 pered airplane travel Hedgerow markers i his dog Lnbate 19 of 618 McClellan street State Revenue Agents in Town The revenoocrs arc In town A quiet checkup Is being made today of Chesters beer gardens restaurants hotels cafes and other emporiums where onc may slake his thirst in an effort by the state to determine whether smug gled or bootleg liquor is being sold in the guise of legalized liquor The tax stamps tell thc story and sev eral suspects are already listed for early arrest it Is said One war rant was issued today No mercy will be shown offend ers according to one of Die agents and some surprises arc antici pated On the other hand persons close to thc situation report that few if any speakeasies have ceased their sales since December S and drinks of wide and amazing type and po tency can be purchased with little trouble ranging from West End tiger sweat at 10 and 15 cents per jolt to real good Canadian at per pint tax free of Course A professional goffer says lifting the elbows causes wild drives and erratic swings And we might ado especially when the elbow lifting be gins at the 13th hole i Harry CuUis who just returned a trip to the South says be it 1 ever so humbug theres no place Uka Florida The Weather A S H I N G T O V Dec Weather rcnnsyl vania Cioiidy with light snow in north portion tonight and Wednes day and in south portion Wednes day not quite so cold Wednesday and in north and extreme west por tions tonight Western Pennsylvania C 1 o n dy probably followed by snow tonight i and Wednesday not quite so cold in i south portion tonRM J TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 22 U a m 22 Noon 1 p m 23 29 30 24 25 2 p m 30   

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