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12 Dec 1932

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12 Dec 1932

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Chester, Pennsylvania Daily average net a i i c circulation for six months ending ski i pm mfr 20,108 final edition a a a a with All latest and Best news of the Day eth year no. 17,462. Dalit leased Wirt of port Al United press Impi Stimson quickly a a f i Ved him women Drys in rejects British new debt scheme refuses to take payment on Advance instalment Ender future pact French deputies discuss payment Quot Don t Sivc a cent a slime shout Washington. Der. 12�? i i a a fundamental it lash Between British and me Iran View on w a debt to Nav placed in doubt the payment of s95.550.0rt0 that London owe on december 15. Paris. Dec. 12�? up the chamber of deputies heavily guarded against disorder began today a historic debate on whether to pay or default us december 15 debt instalment to the United states. Republican guards with gleaming bayonets stood like statues inside the i Hriber in their Brilliant Scarlet and Blue uniforms. Plain clothes detectives lingered in the corridors and on stairway suspiciously a ring the throngs of spectators and deputies alike. Premier edouard Herriot. Surrounded by almost his entire Cabinet. Was on the government Bench. As soon As the debate started. Herriot mounted the Tribune amid a hush in the packed red walled chamber. He began a three part p sch. The first part dealing with the historical facts of the debt agreements the second with the recent negotiations concerning the dec 15 payment and the third with possible solutions particularly the governments plan for paving with reservations based on the United stale Promise to reopen debt discussions. He paid elaborate tribute of the role of the United states in the world War stressing the bravery of Ameri it on troops at Belleau Wood St. Mihiel and the Argonne where 75,000 fell he also praised the rapid creation of an american army of 5,006.000 from a nucleus of 170000 of whom 2000 000 came to France bringing 000,000 tons of steel and 5.000.000 ton of food. The chamber warmly applauded the tribute to the american troops before the debate opened the socialists voted to oppose unconditional payment. There were Only two dissenting votes. Deputies frequently interrupted Herriot address shouting done to pay a cent. He replied Quot if France does not Pav the Jaunt a accords will be crushed anti he nations will return to the debt Strong police guards were placed Quot round the United states embassy consulate and the Home of Ambas ador Walter f. Fridge As a precaution a against debt demonstrations. Herriot urged parliament to Ron Ider thai the Hoover a i ame Duck a Quot on fire is is going out of office shortly. A i have Hope in the Roosevelt Ari Conlin Tud no Page ten i irk destroys Linwood in wire. Of unknown origin which v As discovered this morning about 1030 o clock badly damaged a Brick Ore and a Frame Home in the rear located a Boothwyn Road and Laug Hoad Avenue Linwood the store was occupied by b a Jacona who said his entire Stock on v Bleb he had no insurance was a total loss. The dwelling portion of the Bunin had recently been furnished and which Abo fell prey to the flames a insured by the owner but the tenant who occupied tile premises according to report carried no insurance. Pocono placed the damage to the store building and House a 15.000 firemen from the Linwood. Friendship Boothwyn. Ogden and Viscose companies succeeded in getting the flames under control after an hours Battle. I fades i Mun i Ion Washington dec. 12 up War Chester. Pa., monday december ill 1032 new footlight Star in Fri Price two cents a Man who used a ladder in an attempt to gain Access to the room of two year old John r. In. Master or. Above in Wayne was frightened a a v by the polic e dog. Police Are comparing footprints found at the base of the ladder with footprints found at the base of the ladder used in the abduction of i Harles a go Tus Lindbergh .lr., believing the intruder was Bent on kidnapping. To elude police act follows raid made on rap shooting group in Railroad Tunnel i Sig nation of John l Ord o Brian of , v. Y As a Distant to the attorney general in change of anti Trust affairs. I rip pos i Pom let arrangements made by John Honnor or. For a group of boys to Milt the Plant of a Philadelphia concern today have been postponed to january 19 he a also made klans for another group to make the a Ripen january 21. U. Treasury Balani e Washington. Dee. 12 it up the Treasury net balance december 9 was $530,067,961 58 expenditures that Day were $11,985.697 00 customs receipts for the month through december 9 were $7,356 041 56. Horses withdrawn from races today by i a Ltd it pre at Jem i son Park furl Lerv Alai san James Al. Bag of Gold m ild dreams. Shift Union tv., Tiger Flower stratosphere. A Overbrook. High pockets Beau rack. Bill Phillips. Best Mainu. Burgos Mardello the one timekeeper. Aristocrat. A i under Dun. Home Shore. Dualist. Mozart peal. Mill hand. Lan Quenet. The Bard. I Hatson grand i Nion Black Patricia. . A our Pride. Back step. Elegy sweep Rush Onmin. Joe Macaw i Angalo. Drumbo. Maec Hute. Dun air. 5�?none. Ftp Porgie Barashkova. Pane Hoe. Bill Nora. Bottle Green. Buster Charlie Mcroan wasteful. Outbound. Obstinate girl. 7_confidential, misty Garrick. Rejuvenation m Ood River. Franc orb. Waterport m ise Susan. \ Ole. Security pm Ond. Weather Cloudy track. Fast. Considerable excitement attended a raid on an open air Quot craps a game in ship Creek Woods Quot yesterday when several policeman were compelled to slide Down the Snow covered embankment of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad when a train came thundering along and a few minutes later one of the alleged gamblers jumped into Cheater Creek in an retort to evade arrest. Tile Man who plunged into the icy water of the Creek a hauled out by police and rushed to Chester Hospital where he was treated for exposure. He gave his name As Brenton m. Belk 22, of Upland Street near eighth Street. For several weeks numerous complaints filtered into the office of til mayor and also the District attorney. Concerning the Quot crap Quot shooter a the place every sunday. Yesterday a detail headed by detective Captain Feeny and assistant county detective Kaplan planned the raid having Learned there were about 30 men in the Tunnel beneath the Railroad engaged in Quot african the police started alone the b and o Railroad. Mick plan being to enter the Tunnel from either end and bottle up the but their plans w ent awry w Hen an express to Ain Hove in View and the officers had to slide Down the embankments to safety. Several of the officers today took their trousers to tailoring establishment. The police were seen by a Quot Lookout Quot who sounded the alarm and in less tune than it taker to Tell if the players were running and sliding in All directions some of them being pursued. Eight were caught and twice that Many got away. The police were about to leave with their prisoner when they Hea d Houts of help a a Feeney and Kaplan ran to the Creek Hank and there they raw Belk floundering in the water. He was buoyed up by his overcoat which spread out like a Parachute those arrested were slated As Harry Jones Michael Mclaughlin. Albert Dwyer. Elbert Gladen. George Lloyd Charles Frederick Henry Walls and Charles Stewart All of whom gave addresses in this City. Arraigned on charge of disorderly conduct in police court today they were fined la and costs each and warned to stay away from that Section of the City in the future. Man thais four floors to death a Man who had registered a Joseph a Henry a of Brooklyn n. Leaped to his cd eath today from the fourth floor of a Philadelphia Hole police after searching his room. Which he had engaged saturday said they believed he was Joseph Gardiner. Brother of or c. F Gardiner of 203 Congress Avenue. Brooklyn. The physician was notified i 5 vis i rial. Post Pom i new York. Dec. 12 up the second trial of senator James j. Davis of Pennsylvania on charges of violating the Federal lottery Laws. A postponed today until january 9 the government s first attempt to convict. Davis in connection with an alleged lottery operated for the to a1 order of Moose of which he is dictator ended in mistrial. Seeks Bovi s riot probe Washington. Dec 12up a Resolution for investigation for last Summers Bonus riot during which tanks and Federal troops were used to evict veterans was offered in the Senate today by senator dem., Tenn. Rot it a i la b pm Aki it James h Condon general freight agent of the Mccormick steamship company will speak on the development of the port of Chester at tomorrows Noonday meeting of the Chester rotary club Paul Carey is chairman of the meeting this week Beer Rill fight at House hearing staunch opposition is fro sent cd before Hou to Omni it too Senate sub committee dots modification measures Iii that Branch Washington. Dec 12 up the drive for immediate modification of the volstead Art met staunch feminine opposition before the House ways and Means committee Tori. A bul significant action was taken toward speeding a prohibition to c in the Senate the Senate judiciary Commey re referred All prohibition repeal and modification measures before it to a sub committee headed by the outstanding anti prohibitionist. Senator Blaine rep. Wis. Blaine a Aid he would rail the group together immediately. Meanwhile prominent leaders of the women prohibition movement appeared before the House was and Means Committer which is seeking to write a modification Bill on which the House can vote before Christmas arguments of the women witnesses that modification would bring unprecedented drunkenness and weaken the nation moral Fibre brought applause from a sympathetic audience chairman Collier finally was forced to warn that continuance of the demonstrations would necessitate Clearing of the room. While committee members grinned at him. Rep. Estep. Rep argued with mrs. A Haines i i Spinrott one of the witnesses esp objected to a profit and loss Quot statement submitted by mrs. Lippin Lott which he asserted Quot gave the entire credit for Prosperity from 1925 to 1929 to prohibition Quot. Or. D. Leigh Colin new York prohibitionist staged a Little act with a Black suitcase before the committee today As an answer to the bottled highball Quot show put on by representative Ceiler Democrat new York last week. She slowly fumbled with the locks of the suitcase As committee member leaned Forward curiously. She then reached into it and pulled oui things she said people would have to do without if Beer were returned. First she flourished a loaf of bread then shoes a child room slippers. Some fruit a baby coat and apples Quot i done to have to have a permit from or. Doran chief of the Bureau of it on Linued i n Page Fen few arrests Here Over week end the sudden drop in temperature and the Snow fall caused a decrees in the number of arrests Here Over the week end. Not a single automobile Accident was reported despite the Slippery condition of the highways and the hundreds of Slidders who used the highways to enjoy the Winier sport. This morning class to face magistrate Thomas c Berry was composed mostly of Quot drunks and those arrested for disorderly conduct two of four being fined and the others discharged. Benjamin Fox. 45. Of Wilston Street. Near second Street was fined $10 and costs on a drunk and disorderly conduct it Harge police said he broke two show windows in a store near third and Ward streets. Saturday night. Fox had no recollect Ion of his actions Gabriel Desante 34 of the 200 bloc k West fourth Street was also fined $10 and costs on a disorderly con duct charge he was arrested at the request of his wife who failed to appear to testify against him Bayard a Burn no Home and Frank Ward 45. Of Madison sir re near tenth Street found helplessly inebriated were discharged. Unions asked to Contin tewa of act Chicago. Dec. 12 up the country i Ai Road today asked Union employees to accept a continue anti 1 of lev to ppr by wage reduction the proposal was mad Quot by nine member of the railway managers association conferring at the pit. Mer House with 1.500 Union leaders Over the wage scale to prevail after january 31 when the reduction accepted one car at will expire. Though a f Whitney chairman of thai Way labor executive hid indicated the unions would oppose any Extension As Quot bleeding White the Fred ing buying Power of the people n Union reply was delayed i cuts i t was set lotto Points St. Paul. Minn. Do i t p Anthony Barinbaum held 13 clubs in a contract Bridge game last night but was set 4 too Points flustered by the strength of his hand he bid seven no Trumps instead of clubs. The opponents doubled. He partner had a Good hand and redoubled Barinbaum a set five tricks vulnerable. A a a a a a a a. I a Ltd a a a a a a a s a a a a i i i i broads a 1 newest fare. The Iii Enne lend in ill Crem her is that of or of curtion. Ait. Cummings obsequies today hundreds attend requiem mass fur police official w to died suddenly Hundred. Of Friend and relative paid tribute to the memory of police Captain John p Cumming v Hen they attended the Celebration of solemn requiem mass in the immaculate heart chinch at second and Norris streets the. Morning Rev. William it. Begley Wath Quot celebrant of the Mas and was assisted by Rev p. H. Mcginnis who nerved is Deacon and Rev. William a Mcardle sub Deacon Rev. To pm Kelly who is stationed in a Philadelphia Parish erred Sanctuary the Blessing of the grave m St Michael a cemetery w?.us Given by father beg lev. Hundreds of Fie minded the grave conveyed on the it the Hanley to the pallbearer Ber of the chef met they in Robinson and p Mckenna. Daniel Bolden Edward Aal offering or the Flowers being pumper apparatus e company. Were fellow Mern a Pollee depart Cap in a Holmen William Mckinney Harry Maguire Andre Ter Mem Bel and the on school who lust Anni Vrr tribute Walt the i or Desmond James Gauley and Eugene Reardon a mover Cyl police is Ort led the funeral pro in from the Church h to the it mete More than one Hundred automobile being in the line Cirl co Isi for Susty ans his Mary Donnelly. 13 of Stewart Avenue Glenolden offend bruises and contusion of Lur right leg and an abrasion Over the right eve yesterday afternoon while sledding on the Ashland Avenue h. I in do g from the Budge spanning lie a a a tile Pennsylvania Railroad the girl with several companions had gone to the Hill to enjoy an afternoons sledding the or it of the a a son with two other girl on the vied she started Down the Hill. Which form the Western approach to the Bridge i hey were closely followed by another sled on which John Donnelly a Brothel vol ride St the a collided when the girls tried to a Eer out of the Way and Mary was injury d she w is taken to her Lon e Mere her Ocie go in attention by the family physician. Al to with Wilk h Alon of the sunday school living members of Tho attended Hie first and cities during the 70 years. Paid these member by a a. Charles Earl Graf pastor. a morning talk Conor in d the Jorv a it of in own life he a everal Brothers one a prominent author another a teacher of English literature at Harvard University and Hifa the i we a m in i a Raster for Many years. Or is Char liter received a Good Edu cd Tion married a girl from a fam la wit ii a High social rating arum a Given every Opportunity to make Good no being Able to land Prosperity he in a to to go downhill and sudd Cly cant turd in Page i in Harle Voith i sed mails to defray d Silvio Sola 19, of this City fare a hearing this week before u. 8 comm last Oner Patterson a Philadelphia on charge of a inc the macs to defraud the youth Emple cd for the a year a a messenger in the county probation off r a Mer it is accuse d of note Ming chemicals through the , under an a lined name til boy wanted the Cherna. For axe ii connection with a night Bool course it is said and claims to have returned the greater part of the material when payment was demanded. Odd Fellows m Iel be chests at Barty Parade route streets cleaned under the direction of City Highway department officials and Are companies streets traversed by the Santa Claus Parade this afternoon were cleared of Snow and slush. Fire Hose attached to hydrants at intersections in the Central business Section was used to flush the Snow and slush from the Street paving with the n lit hat the entire Parade route was clean As a Whistler. Claire Arlenn who a Given sunday school anniversary special services Mark Tho Seventieth year at second i resin Ferian it Hurch Hie be venue the anniversary of the founding of the sunday school of second in in Titian it lurch was observed yesterday morning and Evenin a with appt it i in a it vie in the Church at Tynard and Ulrich streets i ii main address at veh service i. Given by j. Amour j a chillier. Of 7hiladelphia. I morning beet was Honor and Fame to Raf shame Quot and in the evening he on being real. One of the features of the Days role Bra lion a the presence of William Paul and mrs Eli a Peters Chai Santa Par Mies this afternoon rain a ill nut interfere a till procession in Central Section a though by pre arrangement Santa Claus and his group of mirth makers arrived Herr Early this morning with his sled and Reindeer. The heavy snowfall saturday afternoon my yesterday morning completed the it Ting for the arrival at St. Nick who seemed thoroughly pleased Ashr lid Over the Snow or list re High wave tired from his Long trek from the i and of Snow he immediately went into Aee Lusion to rest until it is time for him to Start the Parade this afternoon Ile will make his first Public appearance on the streets of this fit at j o clock a half hour later than the time originally scheduled when the process loll will move from fifth and water streets to egmont Avenue South to third East to Market no to egmont Avenue to tenth Street Rainy weather wiil not interim with tile procession Lvi afternoon s spectacle we made possible through Hie progressiveness of merchant in the Central Busine one acting in Harmony and in spirit of the love of Little children. Considerable time and expert recited but the merchants and members of the Delaware county chamber of Commerce w Horn operated in every move. Feel that they will be no ply repaid by the Joy and laugh a a i they will bring to Hie thousands of children tug and Small who have been invited to lie on hand at the appointed time during his Tav in this City chief of police John Vance Btu assigned a special police guard to Manta Claus so Itiat nothing might happen that would prevent him from visit my file Home of All children Twel from tonight. Toys galore a on exhibition in the stores anal really a or pure i his Star ice o Tor reduced from five a and spoke entert Menf. Act apis Nous Organ cat ions holding temporarily unable to Sec. When his automobile struck a de pre Ion in the Middletown Road and a Pray of dirty water was splashed Over the Windshield of has car. Wesley Harden of Brookhaven crashed into the rear of a milk Wagon damaging the front of his ear. The horses escaped injuries arid the Wagon Arne no diam committee and aged. Anticipated. Christmas of the meeting in the Odd Blond and Crosby to wednesday evening we Ber of Chester to i. I o o l will be go k aim a Porter i Odt a no ter1 of Rebekah. At a party an elaborate been peppered both be i to ii we Hall will begin the Mem no 263 St of the la Daugh a Christmas program h a. Entertainment a Large attendance Mainland in la ten Kie or suspect pits Hope in Alum Long Beach Calif Der. 12 up it two Alibi witnesses that William James Guy hoped would prove i innocence in Hie murder i of Walter wander Well. Soldier of Fortune were taken into custody a. Material witnesses today. Guy s Alibi a that he want tile Home of friends in Glendale 3rt mile when a mysterious stranger j boarded the Schooner yacht Carina j birr lat monday night sought out wander Quot la and shot him dead the we tries Keg Edward de i Arm Fao a Dor and Ralph Dunlap Mechanic were detained after police announced that Guys Alibi had been a materially j a formal complaint charging Guy with the murder a Tea be issued to it i i Ile had been held an a a pet sine wednesday night. A pos Ible motive for tile killing a quarrel with wander w Ell had been ascribed to Bim. De Larm and Dunlap were held after Pollee questioned two Quot mystery j wine is Quot and two Glendale youth calling upon i get daughter. I j ran la the night of the murder 1 of said he a in the de Tai in Home that night two county Wpm in of Klinc he Vonrufs or Leona Brad Quot 26 of Newtown Square Lias started divorce proceeding at Media against her husband Norman Bradley 36, who formerly lived in Upland but. Who according to his wife was last heard of in Wash ing on i a where he was a member of the Bonus army a carding to the suit the couple a married in we Chester in 1922 and lived in this City and Upland until August 1931 when or Bradley accuses her husband of deserting her she be Forth that the last time she heard of Bradley he was in Washington in the amp of the Bonus marchers. Desertion is also the basis for the divorce a it sight by or Gertrude v Leslie 35 of 161 Wellington Road upper Darby from Burton c Leslie 44 whose but known address was Baltimore my they were married in Rochester n y on May 16, 1917, and according to the libel tile desertion took place in Baltimore on a de Ltd Ember 16. 1929 fish Story yes Ai i live Winter but a True one to Iii i or pays his initial visit to East thousands of tonne and old enjoy Tho sport of sledding no serious accidents a re reported in t his Section a rain predicted rain and warmer temperature to div melted he two Inch Snow whirl blanketed Eastern Pennsylvania Over i the week end. Snow and tee covered streets april roads to used Many automobile acc i dents n ii h than a of a of persons were injured several Chil Dren being Hurt when their Rich struck automobiles on the highways. Despite the fart that the Hundred of persons who took advantage of the Opportunity offered for sledding on ice and Snow covered Street in i the City and Vicinity Only one sled Ding Accident Wax reported of Tho Chester Hospital and that of a minor nature. Francis Bingnear. Left years old. Who reside at 128 East Twenty is cond Street mine to grief while sledding in Chester Park and was Given treatment at the Hospital for a fractured wrist. Numerous Cut and bimes Wera tinted nod repaired As the result of the a Popery rendition of the pavements and Street. Seven persons were injured in sledding Accident yesterday in the Drexel Hill and Tifton height. Sections As tile result of collisions Between sleds and automobiles. They we Fra be i Grayck 18, of 236 fast Berkley Avenue Clifton Heights who was admitted to the Delaware county Hospital suffering from laceration of Hie Toff leg. Prs i lied Back and fractures of us Edward it Boukni 16, of 234 fast Berkley Avenue lacerations of the Chin and both legs Robert Howe 14, of 121b Hollywood Avenue. I Lan Erch laceration of left leg Ane abrasion of Back. Helen Pons 16, 87� North eighteenth Street. Philadelphia. Sprained right ankle Martha White 17, 1611 Keystone Road Berkley Hul contusion of the bark Helen Martin 16. Of Frankford to fracture of left leg and Frank Krug 32, of 4437 Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill badly lacerated Ruth hand. Grayck and Helen Martyr were admitted to the institution while the other were Given treatment Ane permitted to go to their Home. Little difficulty was experienced by the Southern Pennsylvania treat for company and the Southern Pennsylvania bus company As a result of the first Snow storm of the season Anc bus and trolley schedule on ail lines and route were maintained. It in necessary to equip All buses with skid a Hans and on the trolley lines the sweeper oar were sent Over the right of Way and kept the tracks Clear of Snow preventing parking and raking of the Snow on the rails. Mot in cars on the Chester Pike m Hie Vicinity of Darby skidding into the right of Way brought about a few temporary delay in trolley schedule a while the Tow ears of the company were kept Busy Clearing the track. In order to prevent jamming and freezing of the switch mechanism the maintenance Crews were constantly on the Job with brooms and Roe sat the latter being placed in the to my parts of the switches. 1 4 11 Fok inquest an inquest in the death of Harry Kitchen Collingdale police officer who was killed last wednesday while directing traffic at Chester Pike and Parker Avenue Collingdale will be held wednesday evening in the office of magistrate Robert j Mac Brida the hearing will Ive conducted by Coroner j Kitchen a struck by these really Are poor fish which or \ n. Borodin of Harvard is skilfully freezing in a cake of ire and then mixing during i study of sus prided animation on or right is Tissi Frozen in a cake of ire at is de Grees below Zero centigrade and on the left two Fly a similarly Frozen for Iii minute and then revived As Good As Ever. Druggist victim of two gunmen night store in bushmen Center of Collingdale scene of St irk up saturday nigh gunmen staged a hold up in Hie drug torn of Harry o Cornfeld. At Broad Street and Tifton Avenue Collingdale late saturday night while a companion remained Al the wheel of n dilapidated Sedan parked near the store two Winte men each about Twenty five year old. With drawn revolver entered the store at i 1105 saturday night and forced Cornfeld and his assistant Jack Schachter into Tho prescription room i one of the gunmen covered the pair. While the other went through the two rash Register and extracted about $20 both Cornfeld and his assistant vile searched for More Money hut Only a Small amount a obtained the stick up Tarn one of whom wore a Brown coat Hie other a Blue coat i hurried from the store and joined their companion and were seen to drive away toward Tifton Heights j by tins time Cornfeld had secured i. Revolver and fired several shot in the air As an alarm Pollee and others Cava Chase but the gunmen made their getaway. Police Are braised by Alto Oya Ner f Scheelite a trolley car. Tile eff Henry of the Chester Nolle has gained the department a Friend in the person of mrs j. M. Henley of 1207 Morton Avenue. Mrs Henley garage was broken into saturday morning and her automobile stolen. The theft was immediately refuted to the police at 8 of o k saturday evening officer Bogue returned the ear that had been found a Short time before. Speaking of the Quick recovery of tile stolen vehicle mis Henley said such prom Pine la hard to duplicate and tins is said with All sin Erith. As i believe in giving credit where credit i due Quot Kain of Snow is forecast Fok today j Opic Sof j in is die wow her a welcomed by the kiddies be pm use it afforded their a Chance to go out Sleigh ing and Kep Motorist from going out slaying. Snow or rain and not in temperature is the u Day in Eastern pen Jersey Delaware and much change recast for Tosh Ama new Maryland. It new transport plane designed by Lindbergh Congress today by United pre Senate attorney ill j Borton weeks Well known attorney of this cite and president of the Keystone automobile club Hal run confined to his Home for the Quot part feral Days with an attack of the grip. Conan Jex Rieba e on philippine Independence Hill. Judiciary Committer considers prohibition repeal. Rules committee investigates of Senate employees charged with threatening Newspaperman Economy committee continues study of possible Federal savings joint committee continues study of economies in the veterans administration. Hoise considers Treasury Post office appropriations Bill. Was and mean committee of opponents of Collier Beer and w no i Bill. Will be Cloudy tomorrow 7"he highest temperature Here yesterday was 31 degree. At 7 45 p Inland tile lowest was 26 at 12 01 a. In die average of 29 was eight degrees below Normal the highest temperature sex i recorder Here on december la was 65, in 1899, and the lowest was 8. In 1880, Sunart today w. S at 7 14 a Inland Sunset will Bai 4,36 p. In Eastern Standard time Teather spanked in schoolroom Glasgow by Der 12 when a teacher spank a Pupil it t unusual but when the teacher is on the receiving end. There s trouble. Miss Floy Whitaker a teacher in Highland school near Here was. Linked to other Day by mrs h c. Reynolds and also. Lapped after miss Whitaker remonstrated because mrs. Reynolds came to the school and whipped her son. Tile unemployed could have mad a Good Days wages shovelling sidewalks off yesterday but evidently few of them believe in to Ritzig on the Sabbath. Postmaster Hagerty has t much Hope for a new building Here in the new postmaster will just have to be Content with what he get. _ Rome Motorist used chains yesterday but a it Ihn o Brien tells us tha Snow didst help Chayil store much saturday might. A town in Germany a installed rubber lamp Post that should make it easter for revellers to Bend them Down to Light Cigar ets. Patrolman Pedrick didst feels Ltd Good when he reported for duty yesterday but Atter inhaling about a mile of Mussolini Delight he Felt great if you must just worry about next year you might begin figuring How to remove thus Rusty Bolt that secured your 1932 License plates and then worry where you re going to get the 1933 plates. Tony Grannie says one Wax to spread the Christmas influence is to let the wee stand until the Needle ate dry and then drag it out through the Kitchen. Done to worry about the hot mama who stick to their Chiffon Hose thro Days. Many Are cold but few a Frozen. The weather is Keet s of slum colonel hark a. Lindbergh designed thin new air transport Marvel which the pan merr an air Xava will instal in its regular c ventral and South american a or Servici. Ii Xxiii carry 5 up wingers mail and freight and is capable of scheduled transport operation Over the Lonj St a haul Between the Texo Herm per a there Are Many revolutionary improvements in Structure embodied in the new plane. Hose Crews of the Moya Mensing Hook and ladder company were turned out today to Aid in removing slush arid ice from sidewalks and streets in the Ca Tern Section of the City. The work was under the direction of Hance Wright and Bernard Devlin the pressure from la to line made Short work of the i mauling Gnu fish on the Street. Wash i no ton dec. 12�? Ipp it forecast for tonight and tuesday Eastern Pennsylvania rain or snor tonight and possibly tuesday morning colder tuesday and in West petition. Tonight. Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and colder tonight with Light Snow Iii North and cast portions tuesday Cloudy and colder with Snow flurries along the Lake. New Jersey Cloudy with rain a re. A Oxx tonight and possibly tuesday morning colder tuesday

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