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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              QUERIES AND ANSWERS ARt TMtRE ANY SUPERMIM OF THt SAKiONTYPEf LOTS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day 58TH 17786 Dull Leisod Wire ncoorts of United Press UD and International News Service INS CHKSTEK PA FRIDAY DKC10MBKU PRICE TWO CENTS STATE RUM LIST SHOWS WHISKY AT PER PINT Many Brands of Drinks From Gin to Champagne Available Jan 2 Oldtimc Favorites Will He on Hand Shortage Seen at First SEEK APPROVAL FOR CWA WORK BEGS LETHAL RESPITE At an adjourned meeting of Pros icct Park Council held last night a was passed asking for ap iroval of painting the firehouse nnd street signs as Civil Works Adminis tration projects in addition to those already under way in the borough way include the lake grading of Projects under cleaning of the Nassau boulevard imd cutting through other streets The borough has an allotment of 150 men but to date only 109 are working and Council is anx ious that the remainder necessary to make up the quota register at once IN ARGENTINA ARE TAKEN BY REBELS The Pennsylvania Liquor Conlro in its official price list an nounced today quoted whisky at to gin at SI to for fifths1 rum at to S4 a bottle champagm at to and wine from 8f cCMits to The price list will become effective1 Pnvnlnl ionarv January 2 when the board expects lxu umnunai to open most of the proposed 240 state stores to handle all wholesale and retail trade in the common wealth Admitting that the stores will be T T limited in variety and quantity at banta rC ami the offset the board announced that 1 it is moving with utmost speed to obtain full stocks of liquor The shortage of domestic sup plies the restriction upon imports from foreign countries and the Reported Bloodshed Movement Marked by WALTER K KEPlIN ROOSEVELT SEES WARS INITIATED BY POLITICIANS Says From Now On They Shall Be Changed to Peace by Peoples Raps league at Wilson Dinner Holding It Horn of Personal Prestige SUED FOR PROGRAM AIDED BY POLICE FORCE Men Vote lo Take Seven Weeks Off Without Pay as One of Three Choices Action Means Retention of 10 Latest Appointees Object to Pay Cut WASHINGTON Dec Chesters police force of 59 men clearcut statement of American i a smiiil force in comparison with other foreign policy based on he simple cities of similar sire will be reduced maxim of live and let was re ceived by Ihe nations of the world to working department of 49 men I next yenr as the result of action 1 limited time alloted to the prcpara Rosario Chief Points of Upris ing It Is Indicated today from President Roosevelt taken by the policemen last nipht To the Ltvtln American republics The meeting which wius held in he made the specific pledge that police headquarters VV1S called by during his administration here would I Police Superintendent Jumes A j be no armed American intervention Deiivcnporl to determine just whin In an address that runs with a he men wanted Colorados new lethal gas chamber i warning that wars are started by j They had three choices First every Walter R Kcppin 18 who taxi politicians and not by the people the man accept another pay cut amount driver seeks respite from execution Chief Executive last night praised ing to per cent take seven claiming state is using him as ex le objectives of Woodrow Wilson for weeks otT without pay or agree thin i using BUENOS AIRES Dec Police announced today they had i suppressed a revolutionary pot ar days of operation supplied with a resting 50 of its leaders stock which is limited in variety and Several army sergeants were among quantity However the temporary price list showed 3G brands of blended whisky 14 of bonded stock 13 of Scotch three of Irish whisky eight of gin 11 of Champagne nnd more than 100 varieties of rum cocktails cordails and domestic and imported wine The stores will sell in quantities as ECONOMISTS END SESSIONS TODAY HIT MONEY PLAN universal tranquillity but served notice that so far as the League of Nations was concerned we are not members and do not contemplate membership Prom now on wars by governments shall be changed lo peace by peoples the lust 0 men appointed to the force be dropped The vote on the three questions was as follows To accept the pay cut 1 take seven svceks off without pay drop the last 10 men appointed 17 Kiyht of the 51 men present did not small as a pint and as large as one i was anticipated might desire It will be package busiI ness only none of the intoxicants to be consumed on the premises Among the pint quotations for blended whisky were the following Allegheny SI15 Belle Nelson Blackstone S125 Belle of Anderson Green Brier S145 Sam Thompson Monticello S1C5 Golden Wedding Sl30 Red Top SI50 Schenley S200 Overholt 100 S300 Walkers Ridgewood SI05 Spring Garden Bottled in bond stock by the pint those arrested Police said the arj rests were made as a matter of pre caution ro as not to alarm the pub lic The arrested men were all armed Police were held in barracks in eventof disorder but it was officially announcsd that no further trouble Organize to Fight Roose velt Monetary Policies All Over Country Dec right 1933 by International New Telephone to New revolutionary movement accompanied by considerable blood Moley Defends Brain Trust Democrat Party Held as Corruptionist the President said Mr Roosevelts speech one of the vote most important of the many he has Supt Deavenport explained that made since March 4 was delivered before a brilliant audience in attend ing the annual dinner of the Wood row Wilson Foundation in the ball room of the Hotel Mayflower Mrs Woodrow Wilson widow of the war time President was among the guests The President took as his text the City Council found it nccessnry to lop from the police payroll in or der to balance the budget By the men agreeing to any of the three choices the wiving could be realized Thorc was considerable discussion be fore the voting started but the major ity agreed that It would be unfair lo see 10 of their fellow ofllcors made utterance of Wilson in 1913 that Comprehension must be the soil join the ranks of the unemployed so in which shall grow all the fruits 1 most of them consulted to take seven of friendship SLIGHTLY COLD Kit WKATHKR PRKDICTKD Partly cloudy iviul slightly colder Ls tin prediction toctny In Knstcrn IVnnsylvaiilii New lersey Delaware and Maryland H will be cloudy to morrow iilso with slowly rising tem perature followed by snow in the iillcnutoii or lU nlfUH The highest tmipcriiturc hero yes terday was decrees nl I p in and Iho lowest was 14 al 7 n in The avoruKC of 20 mis fourteen decrees below iioiiiial for Hie dale and twentyfour deRrees below the uvin December 28 lust year Mnx Imum temperature for the dtite Is fi2t esUbllshed In 1UU7 nnd minimum 10 In 1017 Sunrise today was at 723 a in and sunset will be 444 ji in Eastern Standard time COUNTY CHEMIST EXPENSE ACCOUNT IS QUESTIONED Received in 1930 for Analyzing Contraband Seized in Raids TREASURY CALLS ALL PRIVATEGOLD STILL HELD IN U Bills of Others Subject to Inquiry by Attorney for Appeal Group KxOMinfinn The money received by Fred n Knox county chemist in 1930 for analyninc liquor for thc district at torneys ofllce was attacked by James L Raiikin yesterday at the seventh tinyfi session of the taxpayers ap peal from the county controllers re ports for 1930 1931 nnd 1332 JuclRC Albert Dutton MacDado presided itl the hearing which was continued to next Tuesday when iJudgc Roger Froncfleld will pre side On Wednesday Judge John M v1 l Bioniiinll will sit nnd Thmsdav Double Fine Move Seen Forecasting Stabilization Represent ing 50 Dollar Cut weeks on without pay although nut Social rcgistriitc and widow of laic Hs developed from this declaration i oneof them can ufrord to do so j Hilly neilmaim Sirs Alice Flrit the policy of particular import to LatinAmerica He said the countries were free to set up and maintain governments of their own choosing lo tllis plan or decide on cither one He granted that events since the of tnc others remains to be seen The result of the vote was today maun is on rirrrlvlns of presentcd lo Mayor William Wnrcl ono suit lirmshl by Sirs Holicrt Jr but whether council will agree fPrifsy Stafford fur alleged alicna shed broke out today in various pro leading economists of the t World War justified Latin American j Meanwhile the policemen have vincial cities of Argentina It was i nation will leave their annual con reported 35 to 40 persons had been venlkm ta Philadelphia today pre vincial cities of Argentina It was i nation will leave their annual con suspicious of the motives of the pointed a committee to wait on At nited SUtes j James hc hC id thcm ln cl The chief points of the uprising rr A n3 were the cities of Fe and was Overholt S375 Sam Thompson Rosario The rebels were reported to have taken the government buildings at Santa re and fighting was under way in the streets of Rosario monetary policies in every section of the countrv according to Ray B Westerneld of Yale Pro fessor Wcsterfield is president of the newly organized economists national committee on monetary policy which come to supplement and lo imple tinS a wase or a wage com mensurate for the work In which they are daily engaged Should the cit the choice of the Continued nn Page Seven 5305 Gibson S355 Old Taylor S330 Spring Garden S3oa Herma n Uil The government ordered a fleet of vestcrdav voled oulright disapproval i 5 licies will be cheaper by the quart than i the rebels Loyal 1 for two pints seperately The top were marching on the city i Continued on Page Seven NO INDICATION OF STRIKE HERE from neareby provinces Thefirst actual casualties were vealed in a brief dispatch received at Government House telling of the rebel capture of postoffices in the towns of Panana de Gomez and Al of the Roosevelt monetary policies Dr E W Kemmerer of Princeton H author of the Federal Reserve Act and O M W Sprague former economic to the Treasury who resigned test are on its board Within a few days a questionnaire will go to the 2200 members of the American Economic Association It SENT TO PRISON ON BIGAMY CHARGE William H Penrose a resident of lion of ufTcilions of Hob Stafford OF WINTER LINGERS city fathers agree to i JVJprf rv ihe policemen it vim lLrciu L ply means that the men will be given their seven weeks off in groups of in This will reduce the force to 9 De ducting five men for daytime traflic will leave 14 men available for duly Philadelphia was committed to the From this number four men for ward in This Area Zero Mark Shows IBrooinnlt will sit and on Thursday Penalty for Violation Is MacDade will aKain hear the case when the bills of James L Mcil private detective and thc Tay lor Detective Agency will be scru tinized In 1930 Knox received from the county for his liquor analyzing work charging for each analysis of beer wine or liquor and for each alcohol analysis Numerous analyses were made in each liquor WASHINGTON Dec a case listed for trial the highest being surprise order apparently moving17 analyses made in connection with in raid in Upper Providence township toward devaluation of thc dollar mjKnox rcceivcd for this raid and such a wny as lo furnish vast new j It was brought out by Attorney resources with which to reduce the I Rankin that thc defendants jumped public debt and meet obligations of their bail nnd never stood trial the recovery program thc Treasury j The bills introduced by Albert J today called in nil gold still In private i Willlarm county solicitor showed hands that Knox usually made four an Gold coin bullion and gold certifi1 alyses in each case receiving an catcs KO remaining after thc Prcsl average fee of In answer to dents first cold surrender order of questions by Mr Rankin the witness August 28 last was directed to be I said that thc usual analysis required turned in to Federal Reserve luniks i one hour of his time with the al Accordlng 10 Treasury figures the cohol analysis taking one and one public still holds 4311041585 in ROld I half hours coin nnd in gold certifij Jn addition to this money Knox catcs I was also paid a clay for every MorgcnUiau made five exceptions clay he appeared in court to testify to a general order They were i in a liquor case When it was shown Gold bullion under Federal license that he received this sum for each Rare and unsual gold coins valued j clay and not for each case Rankin by collectors but not including the i withdrew his objection to this item gold piece j in the Controllers report Unnieltcd scrap gold and gold Ths chemist testified that he re sweepings not exceeding belong ceivetf every liquor sample to be Weather reporis for tills area claim Continued on Iagc Seven ing to any one person gold possessed for industrial professional or orna mental UEC Gold coin bullion and certificates i SUSPECTED held bv reserve banks and the Rc y county jail at Media yesterday afterj station duty in each of the three I that today was tho cold j noon following a hearinc before Mag shifts must be taken leaving 32 men I jaiiuarv 4 1917 when in pro jstrate Plcd T Cooper of Mcdia in i From this number deduct four riffnult rf Sinnfl hail nn a rhnrffn of i tlVCS and the nolirp snnirinl nnrinnt inermomeiC rCOineU a riav since I construction Corporation default cf bail on a charge of and the police superintendent Hs was arrested on complaint ol j Margaret Scott of the 2300 block Continued on Page Scvcii While reports were circulated early this morning that shipyard workers u of this city Camden N J and WilFe was entirely m rebel hands mington Del were ready to go out No estimate of thc casualties was on strike to enforce their demands obtainable at an early hour ns tsle week at the 1929 scale and telegraph communicaaons towns oi Panana cle uomez ana AI jV tll hi k t courtrv acuu ic berti Several government employes as e i Soutu American street whom he mar were killed in the fighting S ithouki do so should vicd on November 3 1933 at a cere Latest advices indicated that Santa Dillon or Standard and mony bv Magistrate John Fe was entirely in rebel hands i P Mecleary of Upper Darby though bullion or coinage gold standard and F Meclc of Up Darb tho h whether they bshsve it advisable to h d f Powers restore thc 1926 price level 7 vrprrv stlPPt Philaciclnhia to h Ifr i IS PENNA ALLOTTED the official a temperature at 8 a m nnd the of degrees thermometers registered tern subzero to several points above the local reading Each section had its s in 4110various suburbs impefatiiVcjfrnrigSrig from OOJO firm own varying reporis which were influ 1 VA I UINU 1 cnced by heighth of tho nrcns above I sea level and alio by variations Pennsvl1 Attributed to official thermometers WASHINGTON Dec 29 apportioned for fom of Those who can recall thc cold wave OF STEALING COAL Gold bullion and foreign gold in the possessions and territories ex Twv Bethel Court Negroes who ccpt Alaska owned by porsousjiot gavc thc nnlncS Jcsse Smith and Sam Martin both of whom were de Canlinucd on Tagc Seven BOY IN WEST END INJURED AUTO tected stealing coal from the yard of the Consumers Ice and Coal Com pany early today were each held for a continued hearins when ar hey faca i were the only defendants to Only two serious automobile ncci Magistrate Michael A Honan dents were reported to police ycstor recognition of their union the Indus trial Marine and Shipyard Workers Union nothing could be learned of such a contemplated strike here today One official at the Sun shipyard de clared that while it was generally known thc workers have been waitj known ine since last September for tha Hundreds tional Labor Board to hand down a Buenos Aires and other cities during t decision in their case nothing of a the early hours of the morning ana lo strike had teen heard at the local and military reserves were P orthodox vard although such a thing could ba called on duty possible without the know plant officials At th2 present time there than 1900 men working at yard although there is no has to be rushed At the yards there are three Unit destroyers under construction strike there would slow up I of January 1017 can well remember day and this morning despite the joy condition of the streets policis th economic wil Tight The questionnaire is also Thc largest of the allotments an the revolutionary o ENJOY HOL1DAY Postmaster John K Hagerty today c Last evening liomns Gomck 5 annOuncccl that all mail carriers and of 115 Hayes street sustained a pcsj nll in the postofficc with tho sible fracture of the pelvis when he exception of the stamp and general Eighth street The accident happened at Sixth and Wilson streets the mo AVOII lor sirpM imnrnvrmpntc present and m some localities u was i torist having his car in reverse when legally wedded wcana to Was Ulc child was knockct down tilcKfn construction of one 180foot smn tnc casjcst va lo Bct about de was arrested and later released in onc 92foot span stcrl This wns thc second consecutive his own recognizance to appear when was struck by nn automobile driven acuVcry clerks who will work between by George E McKcnzie 826 West tllc of 7 and 9 oclock in the morning of New Years Day will en joy a holiday building program It was said in some circles that the union workers would hold a meeting cither today or tomorrow and vole on Z walkout Hte arrest came about on informa Alvera noted liberal Icaacr CARGO FOR BALTIC PORTS Thc American steamship Scanyork Captain A P Spaulding cleared this morning from thc plant of the Ford Motor Company foot of Lloyd street with a partial cargo of auto parts for Baltic ports via New York Topics of T5 mes Small sections of the army were reported involved but the extent to which the movement has penetrated the ranks of the military could not be ascertained according to the sound money lead crs he made few converts They said rpri4 A11YTT it tlir sninp hp hnri that it was the same talk he had given before the economists convertj lion last vear except for the charts IS OPERATED ON rOTTNPTf At thc present time It is iinpossi showinr the riss in commodity prices j jble 0 gauge eilhcr tho actuai impori since the Kovernmcnt old purchases BALTIMORE Md Dec Dr Walter R Dandy famous sur Construction III pres B of a thrccstorv slowly rising temperatures followed j Uic milk wagon drfycr J Smith esj nsructon o a threestow ic m waon rr m inohitatwnbeann urscs home and improvement of the b S1WW ln Ulc aflernoon or at night j cnping injuries The horse was ncxt Tucsdav lulled you wrap y rescnt building are called for in the New Yolk fhlvcrcd when thcrmo badly injured that officials of lhe i around it ellcfonte project Work is to b i meters recorded zero at ti n m Tern company thought it would have to be p your l CO rapialy j killed Smith ascribed the accident F RIDS tance of the uprising or th ability of i started The prices have gone up Walter R Dandy lamois sur a twostory and basement fireproof m the week heavy snow leu lli K1UO wfth u thev admit but they will have none 1 geon today performed a delicate municipal building Thirty per cent Snow accompanied tho me in tern W1L1I IV nf Rn Jnf Mn t i 1nfl rin started immediately and it is ex peratures were dropping pcctcd that 28 be employed throughout thc northeastern section to the condition nf thc street as his Thc borough of Towandn is to builci tllc United States where earlier j car skidded into the wagon The acj that has been on sale since repeal Even then it is extremely danger ous considering the kind of liquor At an adjournedmeeting of Glen RIDLEY PARK TAX olden council last night bids re1 ccived for the collection of ashes and garbage were rejected and the sec retary instructed to advertise for new bids Charles E Hepfovd presi dent of council and a member of that body for the past 10 years made an address expressing his regret in severing his connection as a member of council He will assume th3 duties of burgess in January succeeded in council mcr MILLAGE FIXED Ridley Park borough council held its final meeting for 1933 last evening when the ordinance fixing the tax rate at n mills and the 1 ordinance was passed on final cidcnt happened at 530 a m cTit andclaim that 95pcr cent of i operation on the brain of fivej of the cost of labor and material J pfraturcs in Ihn middle west TIMES CARRIERS th body is with them monthold Sue Trammel Houston 1 which is approximately S2S 300 is a lcrnmcnt predictions were for more The administration had fed de Tex baby who was brought here in j grant Work is to started a spectacular airplane flight weeks with 22 men employed Continued on Page Seven The operation lo drain fluid from the membranes beneath thc babys BOY MUST DIE U S TREASURY BALANCE j skull was one of the most deliaKe Continued nn Pace Seven rSCOVKRING FROM ILLXKSS became an actuality A fellow was arrested here for his cabaret parl n omng a caare FEAST ON TURKEY His should be that he just wanted thc proprietor to realize his WASHINGTON Dec UP budget i Thc Treasury net balance for Dccein Johns Hopkins Hospital al readi bcr 27 was SI07224701954 Miscelj havc parformcd thc opera known to medical science Dr Dandy and hi associates al however More than 250 boys representing i every community in Delaware county ambition and see it rise to the IN PAS PTT A A1RTTT Louis Cole Kmrnons prominent real crammed themselves to the stop Stateoperated liquor stores will vjio cstatn dealer and developer of ping point at a dinner sivcn in the make about 50 per cent profit oil i Swarlhmove ing Thc millage rate is thc same as j iancous Internal Revenue receipts cessfully several times and they wcr ftllLieS a v u juiiiv iii tLoollillv CU VUl ill LlllHT illlJ lilt arv and will be i hnt last car allcl Budget for i that day were S2I9252582 Customs strongly hopeful of saving the l bv Salt the yeartotals about S55000 a dc receipts for the month through Dc ljfc crease of about SSOOO from last years cember 27 were 52325405555 j jnfant vRS stirkcn one of the Demoi Masonic Temple Grille Ninth nnd their counter Kates Which is a r DENTER Coo Dec cratic lerders of the borough who i Welsh streets last evening ft nation of what bootleggers used to iivl tlipv WPI i WillLcr Reppin 18ysarold New Jeri has been confined to his home j Thc youncslcrs comprised the great f make scy youth must die in thc New Coloj Rivcrvicw Farms twith a serious body of carriers responsible for thc HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Prcssl AT JEFFERSON PARK II Teddy M Conservator Black Peter Whisk Me Nipht Brigade Fclrr nines Tokc Kitty expressed by the Ridley Park solons Nile Best Man Bonnet Fashion j that with strict economy and the cut budget Council passed a resolution in troduced by Councilman Bassett Fer guson expressing that bodys disap proval of the plan of a suit in equity on the part of council bodies in an effort to fores the county Board of Assessments and Revision of Taxes to restore the 20 per cent cut in as seMments which wns allowed by the board some weeks ago The resolution calls on boroughs and townships to join with Ridley Park in opposing the suit Belief is l I A NNaiiNn PR W on the brain i reconsideration of the sentence im I PJilSo posed for the murder of Vincent child s ctllai g1K Gov Ecjwiu rttfick of illness is now convalescing prompt and efficient delivery of thc i Chain store clerks want 1C Johnson ruad todav 1 rapidly it was reported today j Chester Times six davs a week re PR a headline Maybe they nr I gardlcss of weather conditions The have been rushed for chains since occasion was the turkey dinner tho recent storm ill The Irimniinc tliat tenders i Theres no truth in thc rumor that MIT A I DA Mill JLl tnat ho saw nothlni to cause A UHJB U 1VV occasion was tne turKcy cnnncr IN UAL 1 wcdcn noted airplane 1 PXCO j Theres no trulhm thc rumor that AF ITT V ATTTlVIMT n holi i TAMTI7QT AWADRC f cn OF HIY ALUMNI dic in ii 1 AWAKUb flight through winter fruiL cun to mints and nuts sat back inci chnwcroH Affair at Local Y M C A Building Is Marked by Large Attendance TUG WELL VISIONS THEATRE PHOTFST soing through the menu from thc fruit cup to mints and nuts sat back to enjoy a versatile program of vaudc An only thc most After months of protest against the FARMING UTOPIA employment of a nonunion operator i i employed in the Spicimont Theatre I Marcus Hook till campaign has been amcloi aiirl Tinner Dsirhv to enjoy a versatile program ol vaudc 1CSICI aiUl Upper acts under the direction of CUrtwn Jt Hnrrv MnitlPnd master of core A large number of former HiY bc aliowcd lo agricultural Utopia in whlcVi ended Philip L Trainer president efficient farmers would of thc Moving Picture Machine Schools in for Publications Mussolini has just showered honors on mothers of large families in Italy Manv young wives job 1 think that to ought to jail vvcll in the fourth an opsrat the most fertile Operators Unicn afniiatcd with thc schools fared w L fi1 l The principal speaker of the cvc which met together entertained during the serving of thc I dinner Thc meal was prepared by a grovip Chester and Delaware county of women who began tho prepara tion of the feast early yesterday inovning Circulation Manager Harry Thc charity was a great suc cess Probably duo to the fact that few got ill for ciiiirity The cops arc going to have a ball Princeton Dorccn M Cloiratlo News Wood Honey Jack Bicncr Storm Angel Adrian Allegretto TEAM THE WINNER A smooth functioning team of the Nimble Allccrctln Or Rifle and Pistol Club mpntimc Jack Murphy bcths nal one Of nc outstanding marksman 101 ship clubs of Eastern United Stales Charlton Com Collector ripfM a Mn rnm Umbrain Trinccss llono The Spaniard cloudy track fast AT EPSOM DOWNS Toe Sam Best Dr Kaiser Forest Avenue Finder Polly RaMharar Flyinp Thor Prldic Jack Cnllins Good Jest Lass Lad Galloy Alonp Boll St Carl 7 Good Scout Sanlcrno Signal Lonsus clowdy heavy defeating a team representing Com pany C lllth Infantry last evening on the small hove rifle range in the Chester Armory Eighth and Sprout streets Handicapped by injuries to some of their best shots the local held at the cullis cmd his assistants helped to i next month But with all thc bawls th I VIOLENCE BREAKS ning was Frank Adler a student at Under this land at thc age of 22 and though now past thc age of 30 is still pursuing his studies to better fit himself for his profession In his talk features of the students with those of students system Tugwcll exS The annual Christmas entertainj mcnl of the South Chester Baptist Church Third and Jeffrey strrnis held last night A playlet t en The assistant secretary of agricul titled Mother Goose was presented i turc said that under present condi tions about 50000000 acres or one seventh of the entire cultivated acreage of the United States would to balance demand a awards which were and fo a whole The met in con Education OUT IN TAXI Violence broke anew in the i thry have right now the one next month seems superfluous Postage stamps arc supposed to ba infected with bacteria according to 1 a newo note The bugs get a licking 1 at icrst the uie o supervision of Mrs How ard Bnrrawclough Mrs Georpe Ma lany and Mrs Everett Carmichacl j T kh The Blackbird and Santas Lit wouldbd l fulure hc taid because of the dcj taxtcab strike in Philadelphia today i This is thc serron of bargain sales i Five nonstriking drivers and their whereby a woman can attend one msi7inr wards for mici were attacked and three cVns and ruin a dress while buying an B hish Vchools above i stolcn nnd Ret afirc nign scnoois anovc Raymond Opdyke 39 of Doyles 0 town a driver for thc Philadelphia Spring may ce the Rapid Transit Companv was the t try rvnd convnce any honors wilh the this country showing the variations ciiningbirth rate and increasod farm LEXICOGRAPHER DIES j in thc Eenerai n rais of the school PRCC ln s11lor nign scnop s oerow c Girls HigU School Rapid Transit Company was te most seriously beaten He was at of the city employes who aie going Guardsmen were only dsfcated by a in thc general plans of the school efficiency small margin with a totel of 1223 j systems from the primary department points for Compny C against 1251 up to thc great universities Fnd also 1NSPFCTION STICKERS MAILED LONDON 2BHcnry Watson 1500 wa won by the GlcnNor Crier ED Fowler distinguished Oxford lexicon pubaFhcd by thc GlenNor High for the visiting tram j brought into his discussion thc sport i Individual scores for thc visitors and amusement phases of European were ns follows Cann 253 McAUis student life tcr 263 Fecnoy 2o3 Goldberg 245 j Charles P Larkin Jr of the Burkins 242 Company C Buckalcv Chester High School class of 17 was 225 Pascale 250 Ferry 242 Paul 247 and Snntacrw 250 Thc Com pany C team was captained by Scr geant Rocco Pascale the oldest former HiY Club member at thc banquet and when called upon Continued on Paje Seven raphcr derd today of pncu School HARRISBURG Dec i monia at the age of 75 i Highest honors In Class A for Official stickers for the threemonth j Few if any men of his time knew yearbooks went to the Oak of the i Harriiburg today compulsory inspaction campaign to as much as Mr Fowler of the niceties j Upper Darby High School In thc lected as the convention city by start next MoncSav were mailed today of the English langviage Since 1399 awards for student materials for carj the Pennsylvania Education Associ The Weather the Department of Revenue to 7i his chief occupation had been the official ins pact ion stations in the study of English and the preparation state Motorists will have until March of books to inform less erudite pcr by 920 31 to get their cars Inspected I sons toons Marlot Galliot UpiUah Up per Darby High School won first SELECTS CONVKNTION SITE WealhcrEaslcrn Pennsylvania had been ECProbably snow In north portion tonight and Saturday and in south west portion Saturday with slowly Continued on Page Seven ation at its annual meeting hold in Philadelphia this year Carmon Ross superintendent of schools at Doyles town was elected president rising temperature Pennsylvania Cloudy with snow Saturday and in northwest tion tonight Rising Umjxralnre   

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