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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Of PROSPERITYS PASSED AF1OUNU THE MUSIC O HEW YEWS CHIMES MAY SUGGEST PIECE Or THE DISH IS THE SV13H Or THC FINAL EDITION With Ail Latest and Best News of the Day 5STH 17787 Daily Leased Wire Report of United Press UP Blld IntcriiBltonal Service CHKSTKU 1A SATURDAY DKCKMB10R 110 1033 TEN PERSONS DIE AS AIRLINER HITS WIRELESSJWER Plane of Imperial Passen ger Fleet Was Flying Low in Belgian Fog I LOST MY TEMPER Crash Causes Explosion and Flames Burn the Victims to Cinders RUYSSELEDE Belgium Dec triniotored Imperial Airj ways passenger plane flying low through heavy fog crashed into a wireless tower today and in ihe en suing explosion and flames 10 per sons one possibly an American lost their lives The plane named Apollo had left Brussels bound for London with a passenger list of eight homeward bound for the holidays and was due at Croydon field at 225 p m Flying extremely low over Ruys sclede it emerged suddenly from a heavy bank of mist and log and DUCA RUMANIAS PREMIER SLAIN BY NAZI MEMBER MARY KAVALA FRIGID WAVE RETAINS GRIP ON THIS SECTION VICTIM OF ASSASSINS 71 Killer Admits Crime for S u b L c r o Temperatures Revenge Because Vic Reported in Several Sec tim Befriended lews lions of County Angelcscu Appointed SueSlightly Warmer and Snow j cessor Martial Law Is Declared BUCHAREST Rumania Dec Is the Prediction of the Weather Bureau Frigid weiUher of the past several King Carol today appointed I days which lias accompanied by Dr Constantin Angelcscu Premier of j invigorating dry atmosphere usually I Rumania succeeding the assassinated common to the higher altitudes coni nrrv Jewish urn Fienrh Tnn C Dilfl i tinned ill force this morning With A state of mart Hwwa iecrwd icmperaturcs of various local com bv the RS naniaA odl to T cn mshh WT nut Temperatures in this vicinity moved cnEOiship as Plt A src All Rumania was placed under an officlal decree of mourning New Year celebrations were slowly downward late yestevday nftcr mained at a low level with live dc banned theaters i Grees above zero as a pood average r IJ rt 1ON DUCA eil bv four shots wlilrli ended liis After hours of Cjuestionins West tainmcnt of all forms was prohibited Chester N Y police announced the The appointment followed an s i E ARRANGES TO HOLD SESSION NEW YEARS DAYJ Purpose Is for Adminis ter in w of Oaths to New and Old County Officials Nathan 1cchin Democratic Sheriff Not Ready to I Name His Assistants Although Monday will bo Nrw Yrrnrs day and a liokiiiy court will j sit In courtroom No 1 at Media so I that the oaths of office be adi ininjstored to county ofTwlnls chosen by the voters ut theNovember eltH jtlon i P Pichin electrical con tractor of Wayne Radnor will be inducted into olneo as the i first nemiKTiUie hetirr of the comity i silica before the Civil War Tho now sheriff who succeeds lohu 1 Cain was elected by a margin of 40 uiles over Mnjnr Oriienvl William G KINGFISH FOE WINS line read as much ar four degree be at fi oclock an thc was assassinated as I a train at Shinto Station lUieharest iiio Price Jr of this city the Republican j Victor In sucml Wii Iximhiir 1 dliirns afler Governor O K Allon TRICK TWO CENTS LAND PARK PURPOSES iGlFT TO COUNTY j Site Is Located in Crum Creek Valley Section Comprises Five Acres Construction of Road and Bridges 1s Planned by Park Hoard Delaware county has received a New Years gift in Ihc form of nearly fiva acres of ground for a public park situated In one of the most beautiful ectlons of the Crum Creek valley The Delaware County Park Board Hint during tho past week i they havn received mi offer to cbed i to lhe board clcav of all tncuni i n tract of land of about five sicrci ilcn Crum Crcpk north of the Mcmolal Bridge In addition ground i is included for a parkway leading 1AKK1 A SANOhHS Hi i horn Baltimore pike which is Route II No 1 through this tract and conncct with UcuUy road a dlbtancc of the ground in explosive flames and County Controller James T Stwart of Louisiana refused rail spcrial r Lansdowne Clerk of Courls Chnrles I ekitiun to ill Sixth imgrcssUmal about one and onehalf miles Since Its appointment nearly two vciirs USD thc Delaware County Park Mink Jr of Cftlllngdale Prothono District vavanry tared Sanders ou thc lookout fol vlcnrous foe of SrmUor Iluey UllcU of nork or will contest Halm nf Mrs i cireaitonai purposes that tary Malachi S Pancoiist of Sprlng township and Director of thc lies about me 1 lost my temper Is j the United States was sworn in Im tbe police quotation of Marys story i immediately after the parley ASK INJUNCTION AGAINST LIQUOR STORE IN MEDIA in thc furnace it made there was no chance for survival All but one of the ten bodies inj eluding those of the pilot listed as J Gittins and his mechanic were burned to cinders Five employes of the wireless station from their shelter and at tempted fruitlessly to reach the burning passengers Some of them suffered from burns on faces and hands from their courageous attempt and one of thc wouldbe rescuers was taken to the hospital badly burned T There was not a chance for any m Equity IS Inlecl Vltn of the passenger eyewitnesses de clared Although every employe of thc wireless station did his utmost to rescue them the whole machine was reduced to a mass of whitehot wreckage within a lew moments The bodies had to be left in the debris It was horrible one of the wire less operators told the United Press The force of the planes collision with the wireless mast was so great that the entire top of the mast was sheared off A passenger listtd under ihc name Young who booked his seat Irom Cologne to Croydon was to have been an American but confirma tion was lacking Officially the victim was listed as of unknown nation ality The remainder of the victims were believed to be British In Dr Angclescu King Carol placed his hopes of preserving the parlia mentary form of government in the face of the grave crisis in thc nations internal and foreign affairs created by the shocking slaying of Duca at thc hands of a member of the banned Fascist Iron Guard AH troops were placed on alarm footing in the garrisons in Bucharest and at Sinala and throughout the i country there prevailed a tenseness j nervously awaited zero was a fairaverage for the urban section of this city There was AN 1 a slight rise in temperature shortly Ul1 AiN l after midnight but as the dawn grew j PROM BURNING H01N1 t turn irrilti older down temperature again went their In the central section of this city ill MJiiumiumy jnLiuna coming in during the morning re her out side Poor Cliilord 11 Peoples of this city all reelected on thc Kepublicim ticket will take their oaths of omce on Monday Three new officials will also be inducted into ofllcc They are Mrs Kathryn Spinglcv of Upper Koltvar II Kemp declared victor by available public funds would not be Cimtinucd cm Last Page INCiPIKNT Tniirt hv Attorney for King1 Carol has strong trustworthy AUOrilLi ivu mends throughout the army and it Borough Drys Next Friday Is the Time Set for the Hearingof District firemen were called out the simc tendency i woman was rescued by John vestcrrtny to subdue n Wayc in Ihc somewhat thc same lemicncj j of 29 Wnhult slocli icigh hllchcn of a house on Third street i treatment between Edwards and Flower street i fXOfiCr Long after snap rlrrtion BCTTERBUSINESS FOR 1934 IS SEEN BY STATISTICIAN thc Issue Weather conditions at this time of for a temporary injunction was filed the year in Belgium are more haz yesterday by Attorney A B Geary mnntVir b i was possible he might have to resort to a military dictatorship to keep him in power over his many political enemies The government staged a great roundup among members of the Fas cist Iron Guard and ordered them I taken to the Ilava State prison I Nicholas Constantinescu youthful i student member of thc Iron Guard violcnyy antiSemitic organization havs taken their grievances to the fashj0ieij after the German Nazi county Courts hi an effort to have an injunction placed upon the establish ing of a liquor store at the County Seat the borough having been con stitutionally dry since its incorpora tion in 1850 A bill in equity asking Morton Thc fire was put out in a woodwork of a partition Thc flames half hour after it had done consider wore soon extinguished The dam age was trilling Prohibition supporters Continued on Last 1agc AIR TANK EXPLODES AT WEST END GARAGE the rise in to the j Flames from a gasoline torch used j th cold arc las I Clarence F Hartman Forest avenue to thaw frown water pipes ignited the proved a boon to fuel dealers and to i garage and service station owners and tow wagon operators To thc house holders in the area it has meant tinual tending of furnaces mobile owners havc met inconvenience than they cnccd for many years Bus lines and trolley lines have done more busi ness than in many months and with the maintenance of thc low tempera tures yesterday the vacationing school children at last had an opportunity Undcrhill Most KiCly for some skating on suburban creeks Huntcd Criminal 5n U S Shot at Shaw nee r i Y liabSOn baVS lie i forthcoming for such purposes de sirable as they may be he board haa been seeking donations of land Some very attractive possibilities were offered it i raid but under conditions that would not be met The trad alon Crum Creek Is now owned by the Paper ProliicLs Mantt Company has also j ottered to assist In many ways toward i ihc construction of the road and necessary brklijes As the project will be publicly owned application iuis been made to th3 Civil Works ESSESCAPED KILLER VISCOSE DEFINES CAUGHT IN OKLA LABOR POLICY and ponds where in some cases as Continued on Last Iac araous cause of in other the that hamper observation month ing fog belts DOG LICENSES MUST BE OBTAINED Dog licenses for the year 1934 are u An explosion caused by the burst Roger Fronefield has set ing of an air pressure tank connected lav thf which with a pump located in the basement hearing on and dry issue will be held SMALL STOCK GAINS Dec TXT v AT i Wilbur Undcrhill gunman killer and liN L xvlrinlv hunted crlmi retention of the old borough charter forbidding v 0 NEW YORK Dec 30UP i Third street blew the front vlndows Small gains were noted in a majority of issues as the last session of 1933 opened on thc stock exchange today Trading light however with one of the most widely hunted crlmi nals was cap Open Shop to Prevail 40 Wage Boost Administration for at least MO men Looks Banks of Pot0 Some of these men have already started the work of preparing ground mac tor illgnllJihlS for a roadway Property owners along the stretch of nearly a mile nnd IT i 11 a half have agreed to Rive a 30foot Sees GoilgTCSS Under PrCS rightafwiy for the new parkway idcnls Thumb Would BaUlmorc lhc The natural conditions of this par ticular tract are exceptionally attrac tive Crum Creek winds amid hills which arn covered on the cast with what authorities declare are sonio of the finer growths of hemlock S making my New Year forecast I find j oak and beech o be found in south of a Wail Streetbut to the banks of the primeval forestand undisturbed sinca Potomac for my highlights Nine believe will see more cooperation Veto Greenback Laws By BABSON PARK Mass Dec IllinOSI myself for the first time in my 30 eastern Pennsylvania The size I years of experience looking not to many of these trees indicates siblc Says Letter Eighteen thousand employes of Viscose Company in the six American j the government and private This development in the fight for out of the building yesterday after 330 o selling or vending of I The explosion occurred at a short tune after Charlcs manager of the had plants including that aV this morning received an open letter which defined the companys business The administration regards the NRA not as a temporary tured today after being wounded per Pcnn first landed in this county The area of this tract is not large but the scenic beauty Is of such an unusual character for this part of Continued on Last haps on charges in connection with the r eased nianris The thc right of an employe to join any year Public Service rose to VilS llUHUVLi tllU Ut ilU l 1111UW U LU JUlll tickers barely moving as thc Initial Union Station massacre in Kansas labor Organiation of his own choos orders were leisurely executed City and innumerable killings and lllg Unc ct collective bar enclor GIRL ENDURANCE doctrine is forever Is Key This Immediately briiiCK to irfihd robberies i gulninc the letter stated but it also He had suspectsd of participa 3cclarcd facto ics w be oper TIRED should be obtained as soon after the first of each year ES possible During the year 1933 state agents prosecuted persons in Delaware county for failure to have their dogs tion in several kidnapings and was colleague of Harvey Bailey and MIAMI Pla Dec Mrs Frances Marsalis and Miss Helen Richcy landed their monoplane Out ated on an open shop policy is door Girl at 1046 a m EST today uppermost in thc minds of every terminating their refueling endurances Board Meanwhile several persons J active in the movement to keep Me dia dry after circulating petitions throughout thc and vicinity borhood causing many people to run out into the cold When the exact location of the explosion be large number of r now scrvlne life sen An offlcfnl this mornlnB Amorcnn citizen todnyV Will Prcsl record night which began Dec 20 Roosevelt be forced to adopt The plucky girl fliers e re n and Consolidated Gas 38i up Communications issues were firm with tcnces for the Urschcl kdnapmg i f t rf rs n Ulo adopi tion of the rayon and synthetic yarn ScTurrencv last i d th cniOC3 re Bailey and Underhd the Kansas Cu P American Telephone up K at 110U j M Gold mining issues were steady to i Under hill was captured in WU1 be stabize Or shall we foU jn lhe ncxt coumy lor lanure iu nave iiLcii known a large numncr o Gold mining issues were steady to i UIIULIUIU licensed and in each case the person rent to Harnsburg the signatures of psrsons congregated in front of the firm and the same description could downtown section of Shawnec soon prosecuted paid a fine of 55 in ad over 700 dry sympathizers m the Pldi b ana after he escaped a posse that had sur ilj innrn HiiJ ttrittlrl 1 MUtUL Ui iiilia It i rl noTiri alvanizad iron tire testing pan coppers and mail order shares Gen rounded his hideaway here with water setting on the first Cral Motors featured the opening with He fled clad only in unden cai i 11ir r i f1ii tnnnnmp code Not oniy am tnc employes re ow lnc mkldic C0m5e ccive a 20 per cent wage increase j sjx monuls upon the signing of that j In jn5Wcr to thes the extremely tired but very happy established a new record for women of 237 hours and 43 mimics far eclipsing the old dition to being compelled to licanse their dogs and pay costs ranging from to S450 The office of the County Treasurer ri imp h rio stated howevei thac Judge has nothing whatever to do the enforcement of the dog this work being handled by agents S Gawthrop of the Liquor Control j Board is mve A filled floor at the time of the explosion was n bown into tnc street s not m sympathy with the Ljcs on Eheives nnci dry agitators of Media his scnti in Ulc slorc porti0n with laws state j mcnt bJing that the new law irrci I vccably wipes cut all existing local jt vas that charters and laws and any appeal is causcd by the locking ana machine gun CLOSED FOtt HOLIDAY useless i valve attached The fee for a male dog is SI10 for a spayed female dog 5110 iA ccr tificate of the veterinary or affidavit The bill in equity filed yesterday is More than an hour wns requh of the owner must be filed with thc I signed by Warren A Bsker Horace rcpiace the various articles in posi County and for a female L Way Helen C Way lallian M tion Lhe cxplcsion An investl niark of 196 hours and five minutes central i set last year by Mrs Marsalis and I point to remember is that he is for j Louise Thaeirm Continued on Last Pajc prices further Oic 1026 level A large crowd of admirers greeted Is his but commodity prices arc i the two birdwomen as they finally a long way from thns levels today brought their plane to ground for the Remember too that he is more inter first time since shooting aloft at 103 ciay flight cama heavy flying two pilots dog S210 The cost of mailing a license is I 3 cents and this amount should be included in remittance gallon revealed that aside from the Continued on Last Page j broken windows repairs will have to I be made to the building any pressure minute demand brought s VV htt n c higher prices There were still a few i nken to ho was 15 lor lax mkpn tn iail fnr nuustioninc AMITIE CLUB PARTY Girls of thc Amitic Club of the Y W C A and their friends CLOUDY SLIGHTLY WARMER WEATHER NAMES OF JURORS FOR INCOMING YEAR ei ure of dpv pound Sterling spurted Si him taken to jail for questioning a snarp wnrp Inri hv cents to I Thc possemen led by federal Ls who had conducted an un WOMAN KUKNS TO DEATH influence has dominated ilho movement of commodity prices Announcement has been made that I UJ 1IIUVL UVil I Ul rf in this country with other economic iiex meeting of Mrs Esther Kaplan 55 was burned i factors usually playing secondfiddle Busiiuso Men s to death early today when flames Washington will continue to dominate damaged her home in Philadelphia j the movement of pricesduring thc Cloudy and not so cold is the prcj Sa1205 The French franc rose 72 points to C1G cents Other cur rencies made corresponding gains Bonds opened steady and fairly ac search for the killer through out thc United States for months AMERICAN DOLLAR WEAK joyed their annual Christmas season diction today in Pcnnsylj The jury wheel was filled In thc tivs and then quieted down as prices party last evening in the Young vania New Jersey Delaware and court house a Media yesterday the advanced moderately Womens Christian Association i Maryland There will be snow or j names of 5000 citizens of the county Nearly a building Seventh and Sproul streets rain tomorrow with rising being placed in the wheel to be drawn closed All Seeking warmth she had gone to sleep on a cot in thc kitchen where thc Tire originated carly part of 1931 In his drive to End be held in the Fclton firehouse Third f ancl yarnan sireis evening January 9 1934 The meeting sched for LONDON Dec 1 American dollar weakened slightly i Tlic activities included a program of alurc games and social entertainment with Mary Helen Bircliard secretary The highest temperature here yes 1934 for jury service during ths of terday was 17 degrees at a m Each of the three judges and each Board of Trade thc girls work department assisting and the lowest was 4 at noon Thc of the two jury commissioners have i British markets were closed all commodity markets were i today opening at S503j to thc pound All the New York commodity and closing at S512j year markets werc hut down until Tues French francs closed at 83 732 to day January 2 but the Chicago the pound remained open the hostesses GERMAN MOTORSHIP HERE The German motorship Morse average of 10 was twentyfour degrees collected onefifth of the names from i below normal for thc date and thirtyj various sources i four degrees below thc average De During the filling of the wheel comber 29 last year Maximum ternJudges W Fronefield and John 1 pcraturc for thc date is 53 FIRE AT RELLMAWR PA Albrccht Captain G Bouttemeycr i iishcd in 18D9 and minimum onc arrived yesterday from Houston Tex bejow cvo in 1917 and docked at the plant of the Sun Oil Company Marcus Hook where she Is unloading a cargo of gasoline BELLAAWR Pa Dec i HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press Sunrise today was at a m missioncrs clerk Mips Helen M Gas and sunset will be at p m kill and Deputy Sheriff Bart Rowley Eastern Standard time M Broomall were present with Jury j The Bellmawr Hotel was destroyed Commissioners Joseph Carson and by f Ira today witn a Joss of S5000 v f tt rt1 n 1 fl C c Kff r II Harry C Wlgmorc The jury corn while firemen stood helpless by with frozen hose lines PRICES OF LIQUORS DUE TO BE CHANGED AT STATES STORES Hu 11 January 2 has been post Continued PaBc Ten Ppncd on account of following i MniTi Flnv I uled ponci New Years Day Topics of Ti nies DIES AT HSS ierday Prices whiskies for the various grades of ard othsr licjuors to be BANDITS GIvT S500 WILKESBARRE Pa Dec bandits waiting near a charged by the state liquor stores hank held up Ferdinand Bailey and hwhen thc Carl Shoncnbronk employes of n will be chain store and robbed of SII 500 which thc msn were taking to men here were so busy ycs they were real angry And most of their customers were so angry Former Member of Lcgisj wcrc opened on January 2 Whiskies laturc Prominent County Affairs in Harry Hannuni Heyburn secretary Yesterday was thc coldest day in 1G years if the record isnt broken i in the next 50 vears we are satis ficd All day yesterday most motorists thc night depositary I werc also present AT JEFFERSON PARK Princess Lady Calis toga Flyinjr Ambassador Vision ary Solus Hnnnlilna Lady Royal Veil Pan Out Barbarossa Aerie IVIary Mc Carthy Margaret Mary F a n r y Feather Enigmatic AVracia Aunt Hannah j a citv i Nazairc renzo Jack Murphy Secret Dreamy Belle Eu COURT DECREES ASSESSMENT CUT Philadelphia Succeeds in GettingHog Island Tax Reduction OSullivan Falsehood Fair The dispute between the City of Philadelphia and Delaware county i over In real estate valuation of Hog resulted in a victory for i Yesterday Judge John M i Broomall at signed a decree i reducing the assessment for this year i Judge DiJL0 5450000 As the previous assessed valuation was SI020800 this action means a reduction in assessment of Avis Our Pal Flit same Wcalher cloudy track fasl AT EPSOSI DOWNS by far the largest cut in an assessment ever made in this county The citys victory however has re sulted in immediate cash for this county for 1933 taxes Treasurers warrants have been handed over Clarcmonl Yarrow covering for county and poor Dunes Uncle Henry Wayward tascSi for thc Tinieum school Lad i district and for Tinieum town Maid Campagna Babeson ship Brown Slipper Philucx Range j Tlie Courts action followed the Boss Hccla Way Sad Knipht Column Right Fayellc Prince Jeanne RucUus Gamble Sam Pass Eliza beth S Zahn W either minify track muddy fllins of a stipulation cf counsel for all parties concerned that the reduc tion was agreed to Action was taken by the Tinieum commissioners and school directors nnd the Board for the Assessment and Revision of Taxes Yesterday the County Com Greetings To Fellow Citizens We are standing at the threshold of a new vcar Seasons greetings are In the air Neighbors arc ex tending to onc another genuine good wishes for health happiness and a steady job during the un tried year of 1934 The executive officers of the GoodWill Council of Chester desire to convey to their fellow citizens New Year felicita tions and to call upon them to support the agencies of law and order to respectthc rights of per sonalities in any and every circum stance and to work together for the common good of our people during thc coming year Thc GoodWill Council of Ches ter which has been recently formed has for its purpose the promotion of better understanding friendliness and goodwill among the various racial religious and civic groups that make up our cos mopolitan community There are moral and social forces in our city that require our common and con certed support We ask that all socialminded men and women pledge their sincere allegiance to these efforts REV STEWART G COLE REV HENRY F GOLDEN REV HERMAN E EISENBERG DR LESLIE PINKNEY HILL Executive Committee of Chester GoodWill Council Plans for Royal Welcome to the New Year Are Made Allegheny walnut Hill Bliii Crcjs I Crab Orciard Richwood BsHe of Nelson 3ackstcno Armstrons Co EH River 183 185 200 200 200 200 5s Pis1 of thc Concordvillc School Board and seemed to be looking for alcohol former representative in the ftth tor I Sa fn1 Legislature died at his home in Con LlOCorcivillc about 11 oclock last eve Several policemen were reported 113 W He was in his sixtyseventh yesterday The fact of the mat i TQ ler 1S inc jo5 j year i day night Mr Heyburn had been ill since Sat and new of his death came as Aflcr tomorrow traffic shock to his lesion of friends i crease says a writer This city and bhe rcit of the county Company Felton Fire Company and night will begin a sort of dojjte Frnk1n header New Years party heralding Qf CoUlmbus wlll navc a Ncw Years the advent of 1935 at least 24 hours cv frolic at thc headquarters at o i i a shocu to ins lesion 01 irienas i ticict aajo 1 Hn was born in Concordville Au1 know that so many of us haven t Anderson 225 22 I85R ihe son of the late j the to send away for our tags I3lll Ul c rliT U Wjnhurn TJo ahead of time It will be rather Ninth street and Deshons Drive in a quiet New which 300 or more guests arc Years observance according to the pcctcd to join will be a buffet j present outlook as ihc snow and ice luncheon and cnlertalnmont land 7cro weather coupled with the Th men who formed a t of Ihn Sam Thompson Monicsllo Gibson Old Golden 225 225 2 25 250 25 275 275 Continued on Last Page Fchools and thc Maplcwood Institute formerly located in his home comj i munity Jfr Heyburn followed agrii cultural pursuits after finishing his IRT education He later became associ iatcd vith William Miller of Media j in the butter and dairy business 1 VM 1 Jn 906 Mr Heyburn was elected1 lrn dcirjtac io thc Republican State and in 1012 was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Reprc Dan Kelly sayie who believes in to bed and early to me will t trimmed by the night club Blacktipped cigarettes are lhe lat st thins on the market The lat thing in widows weeds so to 190 a motorist stops looks and these cold days you can fcct cither frozen up or is out of 200 Schcnlry Grcnn River 325 Spring Garden Ovcrholt 100 500 300 AVhisiics Full Quarts Pinls is or less in order host to its members and their faml Many hotels and clubs will be the lies scene of small gatherings and in some i The West End Boat Club will havc places floor shows havc been planned its usual New Years eve frolic The firemen of thc city and county will also Lamokin Tribe No 80 Im will celebrate as usual with open proved Order o Red Men house affairs New Years cv will also havc a The Moyamcnsing Hook and religious significaiu for many In Walkers Ridgcwood S200 dcr Company will have its celebra thc Methodist churr and in other j Walkers Canadian Club S50 230 1 tion tonight in thc form of a pig houses of worship v will be thc Hunters Baltimore Rye 300 roast an annual event in the life i trndiUonnl Watch n rrvicc 250 i of the organization to which all thc beginning an hour or fva before mid Roc Cssilo 250 i active and contributing members have nljjht and concaiding as 1934 is wcl Belle of Nolrcn 225 i been invited Th affair will tnkr corned in Bind place in thc fire hotiss at 324 East1 Post office employes will enjoy a i3iii j Boad street holiday on Monday wHi a general The Good Will Fire Company will I cssation of busincs with thc cs Ovcrholt have a social gettogether party that thc stamp window and iarfc y morrow evening in the fire house l general delivery window in the Chesi Golden wertcimg Providence avenue and Potter street 1 tar post ofTicc will be open on New Sam Ihompson tuj New Year cclcbratlon have also j Years Day from 7 to 9 oclock in the been planned by the Hanley Hose 1 morning Coniinucd on Last Pago i Midwestern judge ruled no crinio was committed 200 j COLLINS REELECTED tm wore at a traffic cop At that rate Y M R C HrjAD 1 when a cop swears at a motorist it I must be a good deed Pis Thc annual election of officers of j sixty children got the run of the the Young Mens Republican Club i white House recently but they found was held last evening Hugh Collins Un precedents broken already j301 being returned to thc office of prest l30j dent for another year Other officers chosen were Janios t i n wV H Campbell vice president Clinton Jl U VV Focht treasurer William McClay rrcorriini secretary William Brogan Pts WASHINGTON Dec 75 i financial secretary John Gaskill forecast Eastern harlc armer toniht and tomorrow 375 Continued on Page Seven responding secretary and Charlcs Warmer tonight and tomorrow Romo was sergeantalavms j or rain tomorrow Trustees named were John Knox i Western Clouny Louis Puls Howard Foster and Joe not so ccld followed by snow tonight Spitz 1 Sunday snow or rain andnot M   

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