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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 25, 1935, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FOURTEEN CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1935 NORWOOWOTERS ATTENDJIALLY Borough Republican Workers Hear Their County Candidates Norwood voters last night saw and heard In person the 11 Republi can candidates for county office at the final of a series of campaign rallies in the borough leading up to the election on November 5 They heard the socalled Roosn velt Brain Trusters in Washington bitterly scored as an asthctic Com munistic outfit by Attorney Arthur Bretherick of Darby They heard Clement J McGovern assistant district attorney of Dela ware county declare that the country is faced with the fact that the books in Washington are not honestly kept They heard each county candidate for office make a strong plea for election of himself and his ten col leagues less than two weeks hence The heard Edward Morton presi dent of the Norwood Fire Company urge his fellow townsmen to get back of the bond issun to give Norwood decent fire apparatus Instead of a wornout engine of n decade ago Carroll V GHnes was chairman of the meeting which was held in the Norwood fire hall on Winona ave nue Previous to and following the political oratory there was a pro gram of radio entertainers and sev eral dancing acts William B McClenachsn Jr can didate for district attorney opened the campaign speeches with a re view of the qualifications of the ten men one woman on the ticket with nice tribute to Horace Grit nth Norwood townsman and candi date for coroner ax the man who as a deputy coroner put in 28 years in office until Governor Earlc saw flt to appoint a Republican coroner to hU cabinet when he was removed Mr McClenachan speaking for himself said he had served almost 16 years as assistant district attor ney and the oath of office which he took 18 years ago and which he has kept inviolate will fulfill to the minutest detail the specifications laid down by the chairman on the Democratic side for a district at torney He termed the campaign a fore runner of the great battle next year and said thnt the country is lacing a crisis second to none since the Civil War with the fate of the country hanging in the balance It is not contest merely als or parties but a contest to de termine whether or not the institu tions which have served the coun try for more than 350 years will survive declared Mr McClenachan James B Miller of Eddystone who has served as county commissioner June 3 and who Is a candl date for reelection went into in teresting details us to the manner running the county government The country he declared has the HAILE SELASSIES REGULARS KEEP OUT OF BULLET RANGE AS THEY TAKE UP POSITIONS SELASSIE ARMY MOVING NORTH Emperor Said to Be Mass DARBY BRIDGE TOURNEY ing Million Battle Men for In constant the of strafuiK by Italian planes and Imminently expectingattack by Italian forces the troops of Has Nasslbus huge army on front got liiclr first lasle of war conditions they moved into the front line On the jpb in spite of the danger II V Drees Ches TimcsNKA Service staff cameraman here pictures n detachment advancing under cover of a road embankment south of Ilarrar second lowest tax rate in the state Hugh B Hayes veteran Uplander who Is running for director of the poor had something InleresUng to say about the county being fed up with Democratic promises He said the toters know how many promises have been kept and how many have been broken He reviewed the achievements of the Republican party In this county stressing the in county and poor taxes f from to 4 mills The Introductory to William L Dlckel of Haverford candidate for recorder of deeds was given by an oldtime friend Dr H W Banks of Norwood the father of the mos quito elimination idea In this sec tion Authority for a mosquito con trol board is to be voted on at the November election Dr Dickel delved into facts and figures concerning the office of county treasurer which he is leaving Winfield W Crawford of Radnor candidate for register of wills de clared his Republicanism not be cause Its a name but because its a principle He reviewed some of the outstanding features which distin guish the county government here declaring its covirt house is outstand ing among the 67 counties of the state the prothonotarys office run most efficiently as well as most courteously the register of wills of fice bringing Into the state the sum of due to the energy of R Republican Register a county penal institution which even Sing Sing which he visited as late as Ifvst Sunday cannot surpass Mrs Bessie Everett of Springfield township a member of the Stale Committee introduced Mrs Lulu Worrell Pancoast candidate for prothonotary of Delaware county who modestly declared that since she had been in office tried to be a credit to the women of the county A fevr brief words from August Niemeyer candidate for county commissioner and then Mrs Eleanor Evans vicechairman of the Repub lican county committee went into some details of interest to the house wives regarding the family market baskets increased cost as the result of the processing tax Edward Morton who introduced William F Russell of Drexel Hill candidate for county treasurer took occasion to urge the voters to vote for thf 510000 loan for a new flrn engine which he declared will raise the tax rate sixtenths of a mill and reduce ths insurance rate 11 per cent A telling feature of Mortons re marks was the statement that 37 per cent of the property in Norwood was owned by outside companies nnd in dividuals nnd the bond issue he de clared to be the only way to make the matter of fire protection cost equitable i Mr Russell the county treasurer candidate who is a businew man j spoke briefly along the lines of urgj ing an oldfashioned majority on November 5 Following him Vincent A Matron of Chester candidate v for director of the poor greeted the audience along similar lines Then came Assistant DLstrict At torney McGovern who urged the voters to see the importance of the election from a national standpoint a year hence He mentioned the fact that by the end of 1936 this country would have a debt which exceeds by ten billions the debt Incurred by the World War He said there are 260000 new governmental employes The issue in years to come he said will be not whether one is a Democrat or a Republican but whether one is an American or not an American Norman Foster who like Mrs Pancoast halls from Springfield but an erstwhile Darbyite and a candidate for county surveyor said v he was always a Republican always would be a Republican nnd xirged a big Republican majority v Arthur Bretherick borough so licitOT from Darby and president of the school board of that borough j said that the issues confronting the American people today were more vital thon the candidates He pic tured the government as tottering In the balance pilloried the Amer ican Civil Liberties Union as a group inimical to our form of gov ernment said President Roosevelt has surrounded himself with Com munistic atheistic brain trusters and read from a report concerning alleged Nazi activities in this coun try Horace Griffith wound up the speechmaking with just n neighborly talk full of fun and sound common sense Norwood Home nnd School Asso ciation will hold its first meeting of the season Monday evening at the school house At the recent meeting of the executive board It was decided that the faculty would present the entertainment for Mon day night Mr and Mrs Charles Langford of Baltimore have returned after being the tyftsts of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Curlcy of Trites nvcnuc Miss A M Wlnnebergcr has re turned to her home in Baltimore after spending several days as the of Mr and Mrs Carroll V Glines of Seneca avenue Miss Mary Mendenlmll of Mo hawk avenue will entertain at a masquerade party this evening at her home when she will organize a Junior standard bearers of the Methodist Church All girls be tween the ngcs of 10 nnd 15 are In vited to attend Amos Smith has returned to his home on Urban nvcnuc having spent several days In Lancaster Mrs Smith will spend the week end in Lancaster as the guest of relatives Mr and Mrs Rodger Taylor of Urban avenue will spend the week end as the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Rodger Taylor Sr of Conowingo DRAW JURORS CoaUnited FroM Pane Ethiopian Soldier Has HomeMade Wooden Leg Md Mrs Fred Walters Mrs M T Nolan Mrs Andrew McFann of Norwood and Mrs Louise Curry of Philadelphia accompanied Mrs Daniel Collier of Prospect Park to Claymont where they visited the Archmcre Academy for Boys Mrs H Brunwick of Summit avenue entertained nt cards last evening when her guests included Mrs Alvln Trnceskf of Glenoktcir Mrs Daniel Collier Mrs Edward Findle Mrs E Balcton Mrs Harry Thomns of Prospect Park Mrs Edward NcliJerrlter Mrs Fred Wal ters Mrs J Brennen Mrs M J Nolnn Mrs Walter Corrigan Mrs Mnry Wilson of Norwood Mrs M O Morrison of 215 East Winona avenue accompanied by Mrs Thomas Hart of Ridley Park motored to Stillpolnt Md where they were the guests of Mrs Ed ward Jnrvis The Senior Evening section of the Norwood Century Club will hold a mnsQtiernde party nt ho club next Tuesday evening for the members and their husbands Mrs George Spanglcr is chnirninn of ments ward Irene Connell Margaret M Armstrong Frank A Elliott Aldan Wright Jane Goodall Mary R Balrd Alice Smcdlcy Thomas Ogdcn Sr Aston Shu brooft Bethel Alice Bauchvin Wllllnm H Bonsai Chichester Township Benjamin Opdyke Chichester Township Lower Edna Spcer Clifton Heights Kelly Benjamin Crowther Edith Bartleson John E Manley Colllngdalc V ODonnell Fred Thonnan John Hardier Etta Gottschalk Richard W Mcrrlck Richard S Wlddos Colwyii Hoovcn Anna Powers James K Jackson George W Keyser Darby Sid dons George W Moses Jr Rnchael Lents Edmv E Grlffls John Esham Charles Haas Elmer Farquhar Alice Abbott Upper Darby Pollock Charles J Miller William Reape William P Weldner Phillii F Robinson Rita B Crccnnn John F DC Swan Mabel E Snuar Helen Ileglcy Margaret S Crew Christiai Koch Howard D Mathues Wllllan T Pierce John W Ewell Alice Jor dan Charles L Townsend Josepl Smith Caroline L Price Mnry T Gcc Edward J Ncff William J Walkcr Maud T Murclock John Schweitzer Mary A Zeller Harry J Carroll Kathryn A Volk Willian Abel Amelia Tomtvssonc Lois Brown Gerald G Walker Josephine C Hoover Edith G Bookmyre Isabel North wood Snrah Cummlnes Johi V Dclancy Elmer M Bmhwatcr Isabella C Jackson A Bessie Os mini William Stockdale Urle W Glnn Clarence F Arnold Kathry Rogers Marie E Knppler Wayne i Nichols Herman Niemeyer Annn belle Uliich Laura Toal Addiso ADDIS ABABA Oct of soldiers encamped outside Addis Ababa for weeks moved swiftly toward the northern front today Reliable sources said Emperor Haile Selassie has decided to throw them into de cisive battle against Italys Invaders from Eritrea The troops left the capital with little mpre than battle equipment indicating that the command ex pects to keep them in thefield only a few days They traveled without tents with outwagons and with thesmallest possible supply of food The dust of theirswift march hung over every trail toward the Tigre sector Most of them pointed toward Dessye Travelers from the north who saw wild wollegas from the far south of the country streaming northward with Kambetas and Asmarans tribes that for centuries regarded each other as natural enemies said thc Ethiopiangeneral staff of thenorth has formed an army of almost IOOO 000 men The travelers said more than 70 000 horsemen waited near Dessye for a promised opportunity to charge an Italian army intlie old style of the Nomadic northern desertmen Military advisers of the emperor said such a force might conceivably ride down and overpower even an army well equipped with machine guns Most of the horsemen have no rifles They will rely on their horses hooves and spears swords arid shields to carrythem through Italian infantry Every report from the provinces From Pace One nd left leg cut off u an object esson tohis subjects Through nn Askara native Eri rcan soldier Interpreter Chidanu old me he was held by Mencllks okilers while his arm and leg were hacked off with a knife and he creamed in agony Lcars later the Italiafis learned of ils plight and granted him a pen lon of 50 lire then a month Us most precious possession is his enslon book which he carries in a closed pocket suspended from his icck inside his clothes The pension has been paid through he Italian consul at Aduwa for rears We witnessed n remarkable scene when Chidanu was received by Gen Ruggiocro Santinl commanding Adlgrat Chidanu knelt on the ground and kissed Santinis boots to the generals great embarrass ment Chidanu said that immediately he heard that the Italians had entered Ethiopia many days after the actual invasion he started to Adigrat He unfolded his dirty coarse cotton shamma and revealed the stumps of arm and leg and said he was glad that the Italians cared for him He said that many other Ethiopians who assisted the Italians in 1896 suf fered similar dismemberment ROME Oct native Dubat soldiers have occupied Callafo and Gheledl5n the Webbe Shibeli valley near the Italian Somnlllancl frontier it was an nounced today Callafo a center of the area was taken Sunday and Gheledi Monday it was said Thornbury E Welsh Trainer F White man John F MacDonald Anastnsia Zarnoski John O Alexander Krieger Carl McConnell James H SisEons Bsssic M Younkin Upland G Seamen K Osborn Fred La Roche Ida Erwin Harry Smith Edith Bendon Henrietta Reeves Second 13 1936 Chester ward Dorothy Wood Albert J Duffy George A Mactson Second ward Laura Schmidt John T Barber Margaret Mullan Rodger McBrlde Third ward James M Ford Hayes Bolin Edward Heacock Fourth ward Anna W Wright Agnes Heck Fifth ward Theodore Blakeley Seventh ward Martha Corcoran James M Ford John Chism Sr John J Roney Sr John Smith Eighth ward Ruth Wood Michael P Honan Anna Mills Ninth ward 11 fkAAlllOVJll TV1 W Kern Edward McLaughlinCathI Maer Roy M Holmes crine G Taylor Margaret S Fen wnrri wick George D Wolf James Mc Goldrick John McGourt Mail James A Alkins Stephen Joyce Harry Docpp Charles Hig gins Dorothy C Blttlc Enst Lnnsdowne Zicr Louise Frost Charles Mc Carthy Eddystone Stew art Bessie Barber Harry Harring CONFIRMATION AT MEDIA CHURCH Bishop Jnmcs McCloskey of Jaro Philippine Lslnnds visited Media yesterday afternoon to confer the rite of confirmation on 135 children and adults nt the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virnin Marv ton Edgcmont B Smith Folcroft Borough Wilhclmina Baker Lillian M Haller Glcnolden Borough Hannah Shull Ida S Lukcns John E Mo loncy Emily Wise Elvira Johnson Lilltc Wnhl Haverford T o w n s h i Harry Hall Eleventh ward Leon Renda Bessie Voshell Mary Skwintt Aldan L Wag ner James J McDevitt Aston Jackson Joseph E BroomnU Arthur Strom ger James R Elliott Bethel H Shel mlrc Birmingham Evans Chester J An Lansdowne Bessie K Chceseman Mnry Yeager Charles W Adams Gertrude Eastwlck Fred A Bond Blanche Twigg Marcus Hook Shore Clementine Hcssen Emma C Marple Kirk George Griffith Media Dickin son Norwood C Stainsley Rhoda R Crooks Henry S Butlnnd Fred J Charnock Helen Jamison Parkside Harry Cowdright Nether Providence Harvey Pollock Prospect Park Forrest Helen T Strong Minerva Delln John L Hoffman Jr Emma C Haines Thomas H McCourt Dorothy Stewart Radnor Hodge John D Kerrigan John J Fitz gerald Allan S Park Gertrude Nichols Laura Magargal Theodore Englebert Thomas Comvay Clayton H Heister Lee W Sellman Ridley T Sulli van Francis S Christie Sophie Hahn Wallace H Wilson Jr Richard L Patchcl Ridley Park Stlnson Sharon Hill Stead Springfield L Parkinson Lucy Lohr August Hunt Thornbury Jacob B Cheynay Paul B Passmore Lanta of the north that Seyoumr Ras j Kassa and jRas Mula Getta 1 war have mobilized the largest sirmy or Ethiopian history Travelers saythe ordinary populous provincial capitals aredeserted save for old women the most of the men and children Young women have gone tothe warwiththeirhusbands Around Addis Ababa astill inesti mable number of southern tribesmen summonednorthto the mostrvltal front still await marching orders The city is almost encircled by tem porary huts and tents of the war riors andthe camps extendin depth to a days march The emperor 3s reportedto be keeping 50000 men otthe Ambo tribe 100 miles northwest of the city to impose martial law atany time it might be thought advisable SHANNON HEADS BOARD EdwardShannon commander ofthe Pennsylvania Na tional Guard was named chairman of the ValleyForge Park Commis sion at the first meeting of the group in Philadelphia since it was ap pointed several weeks ago Topping all pairs for the second lime In the fourrounds of play Frank L Connor and John A OConnor went into the lead in the annual fail invitation tournament for the Roy W Powell trophy at the Upper Darby Bridge Club Only three and onehalf points separated the first four pairs at the end of the fourth round of Powell trophy play with ConnonOConnor scoring 64 A S Blgelow and Mor ris O Oliver 63 Miss Elizabeth B Glass and William O Keller 62 and Mrs Philip H Weber and Mrs How ard R Caperoon Two pairs Mrs Helen H Burns and Howard S Brugh and Albert and Leon A Gordon were tied for fifth place with 55 The standing of the 11 pairs elig ible to win the Powell trophy awarded the pair scoring the highest average offour scores shows Con nonOConnor 5885 Mr and Mrs Powell 5744 Mrs BurnsBrugh 5638 Mrs WeberMrs Caperoon 5573 Mr and Mrs Henry J Shaw 5546 Mrs Sue M FrazierMrs Harry E Roney 5504 Bigelow Oliver 5327 Mrs George M EmeryMrs David C Patchell 3119 Mr and Mrs John J Ryan Jr 4932 Miss GlassKeller 4942 Miss Billie WeberRichard Ryder 4660 Mr and Mrs Powell had their first belowaverage round in Ihe competition for their own trophy scoring 4773 Every other pair who have turned in four scores have had at least one round of subaverage bridgeand five pairs have played above average in three sessions These pairs In addition to the Powells include ConnorOConnor Mrs BurnsBrugh Mrs WeberMrs Caperoon and BigekwOliver Most of the eligible pairs are so closiely bunched that the ultimate winners can not be predicted before the fifth and final round of the tournament nextWednesday night Upper Darby scored its second successive Delaware County Bridge League victory last Friday night de feating Beechwood by a margin of 36match points with Mr andMrs Powelland Mrs Frazier and Mrs Roney topping the i Upper Darby ANNIVERSARY AT MARCUS HOOK Plans Complete for Cele bration at St Martins Church and all other pairs for the eve ning Aspecial sweepstake event will be held at theclub tonightopen to pairs Your Health Released bythe Delaware County Medical Society ACCUSED JOCKEY Tuberculosis is still the great killer of our youth A total of 4291 persons in Penn sylvania died from tuberculosis last year Education has been one of the chief methods of attack on this disease Yet deaths totaling 4291 in this state is far too large a figure for adisease that can be prevented and cured Too large a number of tubercu losis patients willing to report to the clinicare already in thead vanced stage of the disease The lung tissue has been destroyed and consolidation and cavitatlon are already present Early determination 01 the pres ence of the disease and then prompt and efficient treatment and careful supervision must follow Where there is an active case of tuberculosis in the home children in contact are usually infected in early childhood All arrangements have been com pleted for the celebration In honor of the two hundred and thirtythird anniversary of the founding at St Martins Protestant Episcopal Church Market street which will get under way on Sunday morning at 11 oclock An interesting history of the old church has been compiled Ly members of the vestry and ths Rev Walter W Gale rector and will incorporated in the program of observance According to the data secured Church street site was willed to group by Walter Martin of Upper Chichester in 1699 and in 1702 the first building was opened A frame house purchased for the munificent sum of five English pounds was I moved to the tract and converted into a church While the Rev Jacob M Doug lass was rector from 1817 to 1820 the charter was drafted and the church became duly incorporated as a parish in the Diocese of Penn sylvania of the Protestant Episcopal Church The rectory was constructed in 1872 the first to occupy it being the Rev Gustavus C Bird who re mained for twentyseven years Ha was succeeded by the Rev R W Doheity in 1899 who in turn was replaced by the Rev Carl L Apple berg 1929 who resigned in Febru aryof this year Sunday morning services will open with holy communion and a ser mon by the rector after which Rev Stanley V Wilcox rector of St Pauls Church Chester will preach at a 4 oclock evensong pro gram In the evening the sermon will be preached by the Rev John S Stephenson curate of St Church Cynwyd The main anniversary to scheduled for next Tuesday eve ning at 8 oclock when the Rt Rer Francis M Taitt Bishop of Penn sylvania will be fhe preacher day November 1 holy communion will be administered at il a m and the affair will come to a conclusion in the evening in the basement of the main building with a parish social and reception Arrangements have been made for the celebration by the rector and by members of the vestry John Evans Reese Gwynn Walter Thompson Jcxieph Bothwell Edmond E Holden Her bert J Corson W Stead Miss H Daisy Smith and Mrs Kate Warner Mrs G Manerchia of 208 Market street Marcus Hook has been coo fined to her home with illness for several days Mrs S A Oliva of Post roedhii returned after being a patient la the Broad Street Hospital Phil adelphia Miss Mary Kranyak of West Sixth street will entertain the members of a girls club at a party at her home tomorrow evening Mrs Elizabeth Stats of 302 Mar ket street is a patient in the Ches ter Hospital whereshe was recently admitted for observation More than a hundred members of the congregation of the Marcus derson Chichester Township Morrison Stella p Benjamin Elizabeth L Entrikcn Martin Edwin Burke Ida King Carrie MacDonald Pearl Chapman Clifton Heights D Force Helen Hawke William Con ner Joseph W Merkins Florence Evelyn L Gribben Collmgdale Hays Anna D Boettger Madeline McGovern Bertha Ramsey Horace M Fowler William J Weber Henrietta Loeble Elisha Wilds Jr Hurry P Springer Roscoc A Aiuon James A Kane Herbert Gcttz George O Mann Mary J Pnrson Bernard Beyer Clara Rich nrclson Isabella Smith Hugh Krlda Bishop McCloskey was pastor of i Christian leinlc John Joyce Owen the Nativity nt Medin about 181 Griffith John H Merry John W years nso elevated to the Hogg Arnold P Wcngdn bishopric while still in 1 hat parish Lnnsdownc DC He is homo from the Philippines j Bow William A Howard Reynolds on a short visit HuUinger Clwrlcs G Ferguson The names of those confirmed will printed in tomorrows pnpcr ATTACKS ANTHEM Francis J Kelly Marcus Hook Borough James Bell Jacob Simpson Jr Frances Huckman George Jrslcr Mary H Davis George Robjrts Timothy Buckley Marple Township William E Gorman Sr Edith B Clnrk Mrcila Grim ditch Francis Kaeslin Cnrita L Smith Blanche S Perrin Jrvmes E Bean Jr Middletown F Drtvison Leila Crowell Irving D Wilby LUlinn Sullivan New town Pier sol Frank McMahon Norwood Morri son Helen A OKourke James Kcclry Edith M Hngist Inman Matilda Mcrrltz Edmund C Rohlnnd Nellie Haines Colwyn Russell Concord Vcrnon P Hart John D Bishop Howard I Forwood Darby Souder Dorothea B Keen Bessie GottshaU Charles M McConnell Eclwnrd Mc CJoskey William Finignn Sr Upper Darby Ban Is William C Gnrrctt Helen Loguc Thomas Rutherford David MacGrcngor James Calliihan George W Crozlcr Florence Bellinger John J Gallagher Cecelia Dcvlnney George McGrady Margaret Roth Emma H Boyd Harry Kaehne William R Tovey Edith Donahue Christopher J Collins Jr John McCartney James L Galligan Elsie L Fitz Caroline M Ryan Bertha Jensen John Small John Duke Robert J McCloskey Francis Lyons Maurice Keating Marian F Rossi tcr Ellshn Dodds Helen M Duncan Marian P Cavender Anna M Helen T Mednry Paul Dolnn Joseph M Sullivan Thomas J Trotter Florence M Ayers Wil C Hastings Tinicum Leh man Irene Clark Lewis Cornelius McHugh Irene Crombie Walter E Duncan Elizabeth B Glass Mar jorie Bachmnn Thomas McKnctt Bnhia Brazil is built on two levels one section 195 feet than the other A huge elevator is employed to carry people up and down between the two sections of the city In later childhood there is usually a long period of latency between the time ofinfection and the ap pearance of the obvious symptoms of the disease Fortunately this childhood type of tuberculosis usually tends to heal of itself Many children are seriously In fected with tuberclebacilli Therefore they should not enter into competition with those who are well The higher death rate among adolescent girls is pointed out Girls have a more complex nerv ous system than boys And too they are more prone to malnutrition because of diet fads Fatigue is the principal precipi tating cause of active tuberculosis and of untimely deaths in the teens and twenties And competitive athletics in the schools induces a large part of this fatigue Youths should be protected against undue fatigue and lowering of vitality For they are victims of tubercu losis DO YOU KNOW Walter Schaeffer above as he ap peared after his arrest in Baltimore on a murder charge instituted in Louisville Ky where Mrs Evelyn Sliwinski died after an automobile ride with Schaeffer and Willie Saunders nationally known jockey Schaeffer and Saunders deny the charge A part of the alleged mounting toll of death from heart disease today may be attributed to the con quest of infectious diseasss formerly common to child life and to the rise In the average agelevel of the pop ulation during the past 30 years There are estimated to be 47000 midwives In the United States who earn an average yearly income of indicating that few make a wholetime profession of it and fewer make a living at it ETHIOPIAS BENEDICT ARNOLD BOWS TO NEW MASTER Parkside Cowan Nether Providence Samuel Crothcrs Jr John Mllburn Laura Byre Upper Providence Gerald A Curran William S Oliver linm J Fish John R Flemming Wayne Donahoo Allen Garwood Charles P Carton Ethel Secly Her man R Herder Elizabeth Walker Margaret McTague John Moran Christella Erickson Luella N Emamirt Fcld j Mowry John F Baxter Prospect Park Eddystone C Hawk Robert J Fair Jones Radnor Crcvitr lurc Frank B Ward Hugh A I Decry Percy Fry William B Hart i Edith Willing Sidney G Arscott William Pill Jr Mabel Ross Ridley Cullen i Clarence Stearne Sr Ethel Hurley j Ridley Park J Mcssick Harry W Kcndoick i Francis H Brown Harry W Ford i Aloyslus Cummings George H Derbyshire i Sharon Hill Gci 1 j singer A Ernest Wills Ruth James nr I Springfield Township Elmira Dr John I Tildscy assistant snj Loan Lurcna Anderson Lulu Fitz pcrinlendcnl of schools In New York patrick Edward S Peyton Herbert Mly is under fire because he termed Star Spangled Banner too tnili Folcroft Whit B Taylor Glcnolden M Richards John P Dugnn John Thomas Haverford Doug las Edgar Hoover Alva R Isc mingor Andrew Gallagher Russell Gettz Florence B Hackctt James Ross Edward A Rothfuss George I M Taylor Marino Mariant George H Davis Marion L Gross Margaret M Duvnl Paul H Mor row J Dilworth Bcggs Louise D Pitts Paul L Garcia Spencer F Claypooln Helen Chandler Eliza I beth C Shrouds George E Wistcr Dorothy W M Houghton George Hook Baptist Church Linwood of which the Rev G Harold Hill pastorattended ices lastnight in the NonSectar ian Tabernacle Philadelphiawhere the noted speaker Gypsy Smith preached to a large audience Members of the Junior Christian Endeavor Society of the church will hold an important meeting aft ernoon in the church building Rev Hillhas announced a special program for Sunday morning when he will conduct a service on The Works of Messiah In the after noon members of the church hold a service in the J Lewis Crpzer Hospital Chester and at the eve ning meeting RevHill will continue the studies of the miracles with a sermon on The Noblemans Sen Healed Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Marcus Hock Fire Company No 1 conducted their regular meet ing in the firehousa last night with Mrs Charles Dsitman president in the chair Plans were completed for a social tobe held this evening in the Eighth and Market streets building with Mrs Albert Amis and Mrs John Hearns in charge ofar rangements A meeting of the Fraternity Club of Linwocd was conducted in the Huddell avenue club house on Wednesday evening vith a large attendance noted Routine matters were transacted after which dis cussion took place on social activities of the Funeral services were held thLi morning for Mary Gallagher widow of Anthony Gallagher who died on Tuesday after a lengthy illness Solemn requim mass wa held at the Church of the Holj Saviour Linwood Heigths at 1C oclock following the services at hei late home 1650 Ward street Lin wood A resident of Linwood for man years Mrs Gallagher was favorablj known to all who lived in the area Following the church services th interment was made in the Imma culate Heart cemetery A routine session of the Farmer and Mechanics Lodge No 18o In dependent Order of Odd Fellow was held last night at their head quarters Ridge road and Marke street Linwood Mr and Mrs R P Cloud of Mar ket street Marcus Hook are visiting in Cleveland O where they arc attending a convention j Work is rapidly progressing on ttal overhauling of the Lincoln pumpe of the Linwood Fire Company No 1 which is being done at the Kuddel avenue firehouse by the compan engineers It is expected that th apparatus will be in condition to b placed back in service within a fei days MOOCHER GIVEN 6 TO 40YEAR TER1V tarlstic to be sung in high schools11 Jenkins Ethel S Leech Swarthmore A B Taylor William J Shndler 1 Jeannctte B Welsh Here you sec Haile Selassie soninlaw of Emperor Hailc Selassie sealinp his notoriety as Ethiopias traitor In a photo flown to Rome from Adifrrat telcphoJoed to London and rushed to America Gugsa Is pictured in center foreground with back to snrrenderin to whitebearded General de Bono Italian commander together with honsehoM soldiers Subsequently de Tigre province toventor of the con Harry Seely 21 was sentenced t 6 to 40 years imprisonment i Eastern Penitentiary for attemptin to hold up and molest a U Marine and his young woman com panion As he pronounced sentence Judg James Gay Gordan Jr in Phita delphia Court praised James Campbell the park guard who sh and killed Seelys companion Ar drew Smart 20 when the convicte man was captured The jurist also commended tti bravery of James W Proctor tH Marine and Geraldine Milroy ij who aided Campbell In capturin Seely An airplane travels 10 to 15 mile in writing a twoword sentence i the sky   

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