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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With All and Beat News of the Day 58TH 17776 Dallv Leased Reports of United Press UP mid International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY DEC KM B Ell 10 1033 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS AWAIT RULING IN DRY LAW CASES ON TRIAL LIST Test Case Being Consid ered by County Judges State Act Assailed THEYLL TELL YOU M ARYS A GOOD SKATE Dauphin County Jurist Rules Such Prosecutions Should Be Dismissed Dauphin County T hrows Out AH Pending Rum Cases HARRISBURG Dec Liquor cases brought under pro visions of the SnyderArmslrqng Act Pennsylvanias dry law which went into the discard with repeal of the 18lh Amendment can no longer he prosecuted Judge John E Fox ruled in Dauphin County Court today Judge Fox suggested that the district attorney enter petitions for the dismissal of al liquor cases now pending in the county More than 50 cases awaiting disposition will be affected by the decision In his ruling Judge Fox quoted a decision of the late Chief Justice Marshall of more than one hun dred years ago that an offense against a temporary act cannot be punished after the expiration of the act unless some provision for that purpose Ls made CWA DELAY IRKSCITIZENS Comment Given on Slow ness in Starting Projects in This City HEADON CRASH 6 PERSONS HURT Accident Occurs on BaHi more Pike at Spring HOSPITAL PATIKNT ATTKMTO SUIClDli During iklirtniis moment last eve nliiK jordon Olson of 20fi East ElRhl ccnlh street nltemptcd suicide by Mushing Ills throat with A safety razor n the Chester Hospital 1 Hiivnr WiTcrrl The wouldbe Milcide was ndmitlcd i ui ner An esica in hc isuiuiion iust Monday suricr MMI fioin pneumonia YesUrduy nla Rlx pmons were injurnd this morn Hvrs who visited him look him his his one seriously tn headon J H Ward Hinkson Chester nt oniey who is also chairman ot the Delaware County KnierRcncy Relief lislon of automobiles on the naltimore nurses heard a stnuiRc Board declared in nn Interview toj pike at Springfield No reason husj noise near his bed and upon investl iay that much could be done by I been assigned as the cinise for thc j KUlliu discovered that he had drawn city officials U they would awaken j Accident as the highway is wide i o the opportunities presented by the 1 enough for four cars to pass nnd nt fnim him Civil Works Administration in this that time it was free of irnlMc with Although he was Riven Immedlat countv the exception of tile two cars hls am vitally intctvstcd in what 1 Dorothy Brown 33 of Cemcivilli irpoHrd us seiious Chester dors because under thfi law MJ is near dentil in tho per cent of thu min given emj Mercy Hospital Darby wlih internal i ployineni by the CWA must be injuries possible skull tract urc and j chosen from those obtaining State i jnccmtions of the head nnd fticn relief Mr Htnkson said caused by flying ijlass The other two At the present time there arc beI occupants ot the car in which Miss i tvvscn 1500 and 2000 men In this city nrown wns riding were Vcrna Long who are depending on us for suste nnd Incs SJordal 31 both of nance If ihese men could be given Wyoming Del ihe latter two were 850 employment and heaven knows they released from the hospital following are anxious to get work they could be treatment for bruises and outs mnde scUsustaining citizens Tile other car was driven by Willis The attitude of Chester officials Boyd 21 of Providence rond Aldan is positively disappointing and HChud picked up two hitchhikers moralizing There are many things on their way from Massachusetts to which could be done with the aid of Louisiana Thebc boys arc Dtmtel HELD AT MEDIA DEPT ASKS FOR COURTDECISION Seeks to fjnjoin ihc Sale of Security Collateral by Municipalities Applicants Ta k i n j for Various Stale Positions A iota of 850 applicants for po sUto appeared at Datc Set for Hearing Evi dence and Argument Deposits in Closed Banks The Slate Banking Department started court action at Media yes terday to prevent trie sale of collnicrnl In the form of bonds mortgages stocks nnd public bodies who hold I he collateral ns security for deposits which are tied up in tho closed ModlaSinxlynlnth Street Trust Company Tho court will hear evidence and argument on a numbsr of cases next Friday in the mean time restraining any action on the collateral On behalf of Corn Id II Effing dep uty receiver in charge of the Mcrlla Sixtynlnlh Street Trust Company Attorney Frank A Moorshcad yes terday appeared before Judges Frone be demure little miss in ibis husky trims of skaters mrin lo Ko on New ork s Central lark lkc Its none other than Amrrkas Pickf orclaboul to cut a lot of ice with the boys she was thus enjovins herself Dou Fairbanks against whom she has bcjrun divorce proceedings was disport me in tbc snows at swanky St Moritz in Switzerland the Civil Works Administration Manning 18 of Bedford Mass nnd ecus that would notwarrant a i urge A tic lied Charatc 18 of Kails Uiycr Sdool this mornini lo take the exj cniisc why the commissioners outlay for materials j Mass With lioyd they were taken j passapc of which is nrces Haverford township should not j Then you must bear in mind that j lo the Media Hospital Manning has CWA Ls willing to bear 25 per cent j a broken arm lacerations and minor of the expense of materials which i injuries nnd his companion suffered makes the effort on the part of j minor injuries Boyd was arrested by i municipal authorities almost ncgliI Officer Ike Smith of thc Springfield iunr control field Broomnll and MacDadc with Media HlRha petition asking for a rule to show o bis qualify for the jobs There enjoined against selling collateral which they hold Six similar peti tions were filed later in thc day and If test case presented to thc court at Media yesterday is decided in favor of two persons charged with violating the liquor laws it is m ri sible that more than 50 other de fendants similarly accused will es cape trial Although the district attorneys of fice in the person of Assistant Disl TO CHARGE FORD WITH VIOLATION LINDBERGHS FLY TOWARD MIAMI HAVANA Dec Homc ward bound Col Ciiarles A bind WEATHER BALKS DANCE SUCCESS municipal giblc when one considers that CWA furnishes the labor and super vision of nil work approved police and held for a Ijearmn bcforef Mocliii llio icicnuiy oi the driver of the car in which the not nn absentee niiionv thoe In ihc county who had received a card certifying to their eligibility lo i there will possibly be a dozen mora take the required test filed William H Michaels superintendMr Moorshcad argued that the sale cut of Media High School is in of this collateral at this lime would clmRe of i hi examinations He is j bring only the amounts of tied up de every section of thc county the women were passengers was not as flitjetl by a of ca nct posits and the balance would be lost township and borough authorities ccrtamed as the women were in in in capacity ot clciks t u iell0sltors of thc closed bank have cooperated wholeheartedly in hysterical condition Both cars were this worthwhile movement to furnish totally wrecked work for the army of the unemployed P fxaummuu It is a blot on Chesters record and j IOLLOWS SLLL I i j2 oclock and guards Mr Michaels said that the written examination was on Events in Strike at Chester Plant Is Report left San Pedro de Macoris Dominican Republic at 533 a m E S T Affair in Armory Given in Aid ofXmas Party for Poor Children ll am hoping nnd expecting that those that in on WASHINGTON Dec SAN FEDRO DE MACORIS Doml Foggy weather and Ice covered the former liquor laws should be The American Federation of Labor nican Republic Dec streets teamed up to interfere with wipsd out the court indicated thiitil today was putting thc 7 to the brief in which Henry The question ciiestcrs rain which started as a noon was Tn the case of Haverford township the commissioners hold worth completed by j of bonds on an apartment house civ Afterwards each seventh street Chester as security for their deposit There is no market for these bonds de clared Mr Moorshcad But the com missioners tell us they can sell than Aim 4UUDL1UH veniii odors xne court en bane including Judges Wi1ora Roger Fronefield John M Broomall j violation and Albert Dutton MacDatio in arguj the recovery act mciit on the motion of Attorney j code The Ford Company James A Cochrane to quash the in fused to fly the Blue Eagle the lat lap of their return lan success Of ihe Christmas charity given by thc Combined V u uuu 111 erans Associations In thc Chester i to the brief in which Henry ChavCs E Lindbergh and Mrs Lind dance given o nil be formally charged with i bergh took off from here at a in i Armorv last ni in of the labor provision oflESTi today for Miami Pla i nr atmrniiiP TheLindberghs motored here from B v jiiii inv i a HI uiuuunt ilj Speaking as a rcpresentatne citi of wctllner nol Ollly land be rather than m his oftlciRl caps travcl blll nver tramc as well A cxai t city as a school director R H Dia pclsoui roe enshrouded this section torv applicant was fingerprinted and those in possession of war records have their records carefully checked A checkup will also be this i made of the personal history of each nt lenst it this is done It is believed ihnl the j it mcans that there vvii be a loss to ordeal will be finished by the depositors of perhaps SJOOOO nftrrnoon The banks attorney said there urn iFcrauic aim uumunu t which appeared for ex a number of similar cases Involving But the rain brought another type nminaiion this morning is belicvrd to deposits of perhaps mid co the largest ever assembled for lateral of about He sad dictment against Joseph Rosetta and The briif containing chronological Mary Rosetta who are Usted for trial documentary evidence and affidavits in January on the charge of violating citing specific violation will be pre the liquor laws sented to Recovery Admin During the discussion it was Hugh S Johnson next week brought out that the SnyderArrn If the evidence supports the L J rfrt A 1 Council for y has re as guests of H P Arlhur niU Cluistn Schoenfcld American minister Only j io a small crowd was up early enough to see the famous flying couple ofl j red sea ment who has followed the CWA last evening and this morning all were on vimc nil nt irn irpl I n J IVPVP lotkofL inp urucLuv were ChristmL fund of fvom th Incep all agencies of travel to doors were locked lunu ui mi vtn has nttpndrd mnnv I rrnnnnic t t The proceeds were aminatlon for a position in the his tory of the couniy The applicants and at U30 the and who has attended many State troopers from Media barracks AdminLuator a5 lhe oarded their Admmuuator Qver the It One of thc bsst orchestras ever as sembled in this city provided the i music for dancing and talented per nn rnrtaln the forrners were on hand to entertain the was not certain wntner me t j00 persDns were ed that proceeds greatly reducd pace Continued on lasl turn do the actual fingerprint work s heard this precaution boiny taken it was almost impossible to see strohVAct passed in 1923 provided charges Johnson said I wi 1 ask tlw to Less than 1 penalties of fines up to and im attorney general to proceed againsr ltrip to Miami m attendance prisonment up to three years The Ford and his Company as violators WcaK nv HIP rceiilar I H was fully expect new 1933 Liquor Control Act provides of the automobile code I will not fines of S300 to S500 and imprisoni refer the matter to the National La ment lip to six months ifIhe fine is bor Board which attempted to settle nor mid disputes between strikers and Ford rmn rTiTTXTTV I1 UK LUUJN1 1 j running lights on water craft until alpnu with the precision of clock almost alongside of them not paid i disputes Both Jurlncs Frolicfield and Maci Thc evidence submitted by the A the regular I route over Rico and Cuba northwest of here before heading duo north to Hie Fiorina coast Three Delaware county clubs re Thc Wilson Line which opyatcs The state nt large was examining passenger boats between this city 35000 candidates for 2500 jobs in the the deputy receiver had been nego tiating to assign Haverford townships deposit Interest and receive sufficient money to pay it and redeem tho worth of collateral When the bank was closed there were no funds available to redeem such col lateral Mr Moorshead said Thc petition was opposed by Har old L Ervin solicitor for Haverford The whole inovlng township who said Thc township like other municipalities and school districts was compelled to take sc work Continued nn Last Taje Dscio remarked that the new Act F of L will be based on thc events as f1 liquor cannot be sold nn they occurred before nnd chirins thc j3 H hi I I i I j yet unsettled strikes called bv vorkcrs 1 A f APPEAL FAILS ContinueU nn Iast CLOUDY WARMER WEATHER FORECAST Continued on Page Two at Ford assembly plants in Chester i Pa and Edge water K J IMPORTANT SESSION FOrti ordered superintendents of the T plant1 to exclude National Labor Theannual meeting of die Boarcj Mediators from all conferences esday succtss Chairman M Powel and his committea leaders are confident tliian Yacht Club Essingtpn th Linwcod Social Club this city One hundred and twentynine State Highway patrolmen reported truck drivers were corn Cloudy and wanner weather is forecast today In Eastern Pennsyl Ncw Jersey Delaware and that th citisens will have oppor dining cars operated over railroads j t unity to turn out and support the in this Stats have been licensed to i philanthropic movement to bring i sell liquor The Pennsylvania Rail to pull off lhelr lorldccl um 110 a hopcnh will be colder tonight u nc v k nnrl nnrtlv ilniidv Inmnrrnw and partly cloudy tomorrow The highest temperature hsro yesterday 38 degrees at 8 p Slock Exchange lotiay a104 EMIIIUISI luncij ii8 The dollar was slightly easier city and along the Chester officers for the ensuing year will be In terms of foreign exchange and the was unchanged at elected GOLD PRICK UNCHANGED ness conditions permit and without 1 Thn rcccnt assurance of any change in working conditions Delegations of Board of nt decision of the county i for the Tuesday night show has been due to the dearth of orders received Tr slow according to Chairman Michael since repeal became an actuality i anu JxcMbiUll wnnrl thU LU W11H11 111111 J nJ Honan of the ticket committee Several good brands that originallyi strikers at each of Taxes that there will be no change nnd policemen sold for SO and S7 have been reduced WASHINGTON D3c plant have charged before thc labor n iC 20 per cut based upon exert their eiTorts to put across this to So a quart and even at that pricV vcrereported as used common at a ver Railroads and railroad equipments ruled firm the latter featured by General American Transportation which rose nearly a point to 34s Automobile issues were active with prices steady to firm Utilities were mixed in a fractional area as were speed The administration maintained the board that the Ford Company thus cold price todav at the S3401 level has not done any collective bargain irarkin the fourteenth consacutivc ing with them in the sense that term business day in which there has been is used in the Recovery Act which no chnge tvnt vioiii tn 1933 HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY rty United Press vill sand j sals over the weekend To date the there arc few buyers With it members of the fire companies have predicted that liquor will be sold in i Tin was indicated yesxeraay after donc vo They havc bravcd stntc storcs ror ns low ns a i noon when the board refused an elements day after day in their quart most whisky drinkers are cbn i guarantees that right to appeal made by William H Whitnkcr cfrOrts to help thr poor yonnpsters trnted to wait until January to 1 The board however had evaded township and school board solicitor i pnOpie Of Chester are cnthusii sample what they have been denied making a decision in the case so for Uppar Darby the astjc nvcr the plans for Christmas I for 14 years i William Green president of the A P of the original figures I Dav but it will take a 100 per cent1 I of L and member of thc labor board The denial of the appeal sets a pre cooperative movement to make the INJURlriS 1 ROY 1j ordered presentation of the charges to ccdcnt for future protests it is I partv successful f ftf i tonight TWO and warmer weather is pre for today with colder weather Trading was dull after the opening and the market hid around thc m and the low at 26 degrees at 8 a m The average was 36 and the normal 32 High for the date was S3 in 1901 and low was 11 in 1874 Sunrise today was at 717 a m and sunset will be at 539 p m eastern standard time ANOTHER FALSE ALARM opening levels Steel common was at off American Telephone 111N off S American Smelting 43 off t duPont 9U unchanped Case NOVELISTS DEAD 1 rt Rnclio7 Allied Chemical H8 up U and j American Can Bfii Dec There was nothinp in thc news to After the respite of about two months from thc annoyance of self styled jokers members of the Frank lin and Felton Fire Companies vxre aroused from their slumbers at a m today lo respond to a fajo alarm sent in from Box 251 at Sec ond and Jeffrey streets Johnson in the form of a brief Green said he is that believed A number of school disj William Ward Jr has asked tricts it is understood have planned to do his or her psrt AT EPSOM DOWNS i Ford has been in violation of the code protests against the slash in assessjand cnc Of ways in which they for weeks because of his refusal to mcnts ordered when taxpayers can help js lo attend thc show Tucs NEW YORK Iouis Jaseph Vnnce noted novelist affect the market Brokers however j TO MOTOR IS L and creator of The Lone Wolf was recommended caution in market com burnfid to death today in a room in 108 East Thirty Topics of Ta nies nf lle Town House bargain with his striking workers 1Lofty Hcigtits Get Ready Gay FLAMES DAMAGE Whirl Fort Worth Justice miTn i mon I XT Sue Terry Common i THEATRE ORGAN Clarcmont Tbc r Kadio Service Sleepy Hoy Gi Champion Weather clouriy track fasl AT JEFFERSON PARK Dreamy Belle Dan Timon Wcnectlil Ara Observation throughout the county offered strong j day afternoon or Tuesday night opposition to a new assessment The board yielding at that time set back LIQUOR FEES tjsn to tlic 1033 sijuinnici PASS MILLION MARK inuiuii uuvia ui pjtrht strppt Creek roar Boothwyn an employe of the Pure Oil Company Marcus Hook His body badly burned from head on thc floor in the Chester Hospital as the result to beside a smouldering chair mitmcnts and traders were reticent an additional 20 per cent ji i Yestcrdav the board took up Sohci UPl and on December G on the Meeting house road about making commitments on either side of the market Dealings were of the typical week end variety Moderate profittaking was noted in a few sections but there i was not sufficient pressure to depress A number of 1934 auto license tags were seen on thc streets yester day Which proves that there are still some people left who S10 bill Samuel Instill cant understand why hes so unpopular in America driving his ear and is believed to have falien asleep at thc wheel Th prices any more than fractionally He isnt Thousands of Americans crt W Chambers famous American Gold mining shares were around thc would like to have him come back novelist died in Doctors Hospital previous close as the gold price was kCpt nt S3501 per ounce j A casual observer on Ninth street Bonds were as lethargic as stocks I nnlcs that most hitchhikers are do and prices ruled steady Cotton ing llicir Christmas hopping At the time of the accident he was jay following an operation He had bcon ill about three month Chambers who was 68 war tho field road Darby seconded by i ordered that the appeal be dismissed car crashed into the wall enclosing nlUlor of numerous historical and tickers stood idle for long periods Receipts from all sources since ihc the property of the Friends Meet r0mantic novels An alarm Dandy fire companies in Darby Mas 1 and ordered to stand as he asscsmcnt for momvealth Lady No 2 responded and foupht thc i flames for nearly nn hour before they Kacc Extra fbrisfain were subdued The interior of thc is to make Fox Squirrel Mentality Flo JI building was damaged by smoke jamcj L Rankin was active Drill Master Kissic Churp ISinjr j Chemicals were used to quench Crosby Vindicated Fancy Fcath flames The fire believed to ha crs started in the blower of thc org ran7ola largic Lou entailed damage estimated at S2000 nis m0minE Cloiraclo Insephine D Miss Thc theatre is located next door Twinkling Tcwsenclda jto thc headquarters of Darby Fire AN SAYS SHE Culloclcn Company No I Dark Ayr Cantor On i triennial period reserving the i Most of the revenue expected from ihc ambulance took thc injured man WOMAN PRISONER to this board to make such S2 floor tax on liquor will brpaid toJhe hospital riuriiiK the triennial as by after the first of th I Wl ThrrMicrh Third fltlrl Mnrric Rlirl County j City officials figure out lhat they H hv Fiste Moller orkT T A1 GPTXf WOW i arc three hundred thousand dollars was found Iving on thc high clambe his wUe a son Robert W i DOLLAR SLLJN horl to nm thc cily next ycar Why lometimc later by a man named chambers Jr anda brother Waller j FIXED AT 62 CENTS j worry ovcr sum af Ogdcnwho notified the B chambers all of New York Hook Fire Company and Traffic Sergeant Farraday says knees year Under The body was removed to th WASHINGTON Dec automobiles arc nothing new He Although the administration insists i evidently has been watching girls who existing law thc distillers have 90 days morgue of Deputy Coroner Gcorgr in in which to pay this tax Through White Third and Norrisjstrerts and tlvs inc the action of the Upper agreement with thc control board ms later turned over to P Cloud an ooumj iavc officials and was advised of the tillers will withdraw testsuit on the undertaker of Marcus Hook who will request for an action of thc Board of Assessment floor tax and an extension will be prepare for bnrml Funeral arrange alaion Ji tnnn MI viio nnt hnnr aiinminrpH 11Oni iSrOa mporarily whoiast evening escaped level of about OJ cents made until December 31 1331 mcnts have not been announced from Broadmeaciows Prison Farm For ihe fourteenth consecutive busi Catwalk nig Moment Zaldcc I BAIL ACCEPTED Arluarhis Sunny Bob Thistle i Fyrn 7ly Betty Plum Orchard Dirk Sister Cnrdon Blue Bonnet Ben Remit Vargcc Weather cloudy track AT CHAKIKS TOWN lFTir Turk CnrsiFlii Powell Atla Brllc Fill Pr Gold Make Believe Boy Vision am Bye Weather cloudy track tat IN BRINTON CASE in MURDERED DENTIST PASADENA Cal Dec ound wandcrine in thc streets of i Hawthorne a Los Angeles suburb at 100 Club of License Tags Has Some Local Members She is described as being a feet 7 ness there was no change in the inches in height weighs 165 pounds i RFCs price of gold today The and has brown hair She has a stopj monotonous figure of emerged page in her speech When last seen from the Treasury as usual and also she was wearing a blueprison dress as usual without explanation for the Some light was thrown however on and a gray coat trimmed with a brown lur collar The escape was Roy Benslon Sharon Hill bootleg jjawn today a tall slim girl with ger sentenced to jail for perjury riur reddishbrown hair hysterically int inc the Delaware county rum trial police that flic was thc slayer i HARRISBURCi Pa Dec LP vestcrdav wns freed in S1000 bail by nf nr Leonard Sievcr Pasadena governors ofhrr made public Fcder9riulgr George A Welsh irntist and mtiMc lover i today thc 100 members m He warpermitted to sirn his own i him for ri3ht years she Pennsylvania holders Oi bail bond Bcnston is expected to I shot him with his own gun 1 auiomobiic license pjaics ior IM anpcar in ths FRrtcral Court he doublecrossed me i Few changes from made about G 30 p m during the the operations to date by thc dis lieicht of thc fog which enveloped the closure that thc RFCs initial fund of SSO000000 has been exhausted by Next week many a wife will insist that her hubby gets the shrubbery around the house all lit up but will insist that he doesnt House members will throw a part at Harrisburg to celebrate the end of the special session we read That should give the taxpayers something to celebrate too last year weie dismissal of Dr Kinp was given rriTiii v v r n T This tag was issued to Gcorcc IJUvrirj liU W Woodruff a fellow commissioner in 1033 He has not been awicnrd 1 in the 100 Club Governor Pinciiots offic so far Sinco conquering space Col purchases in the domestic and foreign Charles Lindberch and his wife pold markets and thatanother S2ri Annr have gotten about fill there COURT MARTIALED Arrrstrd on rliarscs of atwencp from roT 63 to drill without proper authority nftrr Joseph caul ion William Jlcasy nsrd 20 of Roland Ferris OOOOfO has been set aside for future MXT WEEKS WEATHER WASHINGTON Dec HNS1 Weather outlook week cndin Dec V3 in Middle Atlantic over on the front Onr person whom we havent yrt licflrd on the povcrnment cconomio policv is Vies President Garner Rushed to Auditor General Frank F Baldwin nd Abrmsjs ac Se station she reit 3 G AHcyhcny county mh or ov north Treasurer Charles A Waters was aligned to Rev L Domcr Ulrich Augustine Hich aged 18 of 714 West j wcckand I cvised of paying Bcnston S50 to crated her hysterical story i change his testimony during thc trial j Times Ad Brought Many Replies A very desirable tenant was secured for a two room apart ment In Media as a result of an advertisement recently inserted in he classiiicd columns of the Chester Times according to Mrs Grrtrgr Latham of Media Mrs Latham said there were numerous replies to thc advertisement PASADENA Ca Dec U S TKEASUKV BALANCE Beautiful women hounded Dr Leoi The Weather given No 4 for his personal car WilkcsBarrc ed General Edward 1 Third mmary court about rft T Irt Royle Philadelphia f martial and each was sentenced to lures at beginning of XVCCK comer r r iJL I 1 U I Ui 111 II I i i i Urd Sievcr 44 Socialite Bachelor Martin chairman of the Republican who was given license No 82 in 1933 serve five days in thc county jail i xTrt next The arrests were madr by Corporcil has not been Moore of thc National Guard All ibcr li were MARRIED 5T YEARS dcr him Thc Don Juan of Dentistry Tuesday night or Wednesday crating Thursday Much colder Fri day or Friday night THiTrR o PK R r i ni T West Third street one of this citys romantic i Mr and Mrs David Davis both Detectives today found a dairy i service commission of Cleveland O celebrated their filled with thr names of women aiui j had carried the I fiftyseventh wedding anniversary crammed with last night In thr home of their son about them H W Davis at 56 Brooklinn Boiuc Ivard Brookline Upper Darby A Kendall the men are members of Company during this year B 11 Hh Infantry and were arrested LONDON SStliTy LONDON Dec dol vehicular and foot traffic was a sheet of shot and killed bv a lurking assassin Dr Clyde L Kin whom tho governor missed as secretary of the State during a blinding rainstorm i dismissed as chairman of the public EmploresJ Re Urcmcnt Board when hVpound order that pedes had tag No opening nc and closing at trians might safely their places h It opened vestcrdav at of business a number of the mci i i j nf rnftT As customary Governor Pinchot re SSlos and closed at Continued on Last Page i 83 1332 to the pound Cloudy and slightly colder preceded by rain this afternoon or tonight in southeast portion Sunday cloudy and colder in southeast portion Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy slightly colder tonight Sun day cloudy followed by rain in west c south portions in after night The ofTicjis hoped for a in the case soon M on against him musings his automobile year Herman J Goldberg WilkcsBarre break i whom thc eovcrnor named to thc i public service commission after the TODAYS TCMrEKATLRES 6 a m ithe sidewalks 7 a 8 a 9 a in m m 40 10 a m 40 ll s m 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