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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT I*.MD ( HUM.AMON FOR SIX MONTHS FN DINT. SF PT IAI RFR 20,1 os 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,510. Paiiv I Tri (*(1 Wire Report* of Potted P:©'* tUP> sad lntrrnktioiml Ne** Se: \ ice i INS • CHESTER, I'A.. TUESDAY, KERR UA RY I \rx\ AUS TO INCLUDE HOUSE VOTES TO THIS COUNTY IN LEGALIZE SUNDAY PHUA DISTRICT SPORTS, 126 TO 77 Hill For Assoin Mn Also .Measure Amends Henna. DIPLOMATIC MARINE Takes in ( Hester, Montgomery anc! Hucks Larger Area of Government Would Cut Costs and lobs, Is Claim HARRISBURG, Feb. 7 A resolution for the creation of a commission to study the feasibility of increasing the areas of local Governments with the view of reducing taxes is to be introduced in the Senate by Senator George Woodward, of Philadelphia. Senator Woodward believes that the governmental area of winch Philadelphia should be a part should consist of the Counties of Delaware. Chester. Montgomery Bucks and Philadelphia and that the rest of the State be similarly divided. The Philadelphia Senator is of the opinion that with larger arras of government the cost would be greatly reduced with the smaller official personnel, “It shall be the duty of the commission to study and investigate the cost of local government,’’ the resolution provides, “and ways and means of lessening the burdens on the tax-, payer by reducing the same to study the advisability and feasibility of increasing the areas of local Governments and of establishing larger units for school administration and of abolishing certain forms of local government; to study overlapping functions of local government and ascertain how the same may be eliminated, and lo frame such legislation and constitutional amendments as may be deemed necessary to carry into effect the recommendations of the commission.” The preamble to the resolution declares that “local government drooped in its present complex form with Small areas largely for the lack of adequate means of transportation and the development and simplification of local government has not kept step with the development of transportation “Th£ support of local government." th© preamble continues, “lias become a problem and ways and means should be devised to lessen the existing and evrr-tnrreasing burden of local government on the taxpayer.” The commission is to consist of three members of the Senate appointed by the president pro tempore and three members of the House named by tile Speaker and three citizen' to be selected by the governor. It is to be known as the Local Government Commission and will organize in the usual way. An appropriation of $15,000 is asked for expenses. TWO YOUTHS HK AT AM) KOH MURCH ANT Two 'hug* who, yeste-day afternoon. beat and robbed Michael Goulko. 112 West Third street, are being sought by police here. Goulko. who conducts a small store, told police the pair entered his place about 4 50 p. rn. Both appeared to br drunk After ordering cigarettes, cup of them took a box of cigars from the counter and when the proprietor remonstrated with him, struck the storp owner in the fare. breaking hts glasses. The pair then began to upset other merchandise and stole mnr nears before making their departure. Goulko described the youths as bring in their early twenties. One wore a dark overcoat with a fur rollar and the other a light overcoat over a dark suit. IMPORTANT MKF I ING A meeting of the West End Business Men’s Association will be held this evening in the Felton fire house. at Third and Yarnall streets. The affair is scheduled to begin at 9 p. rn Important business will be given consideration and all members have been urged to attend. Hint' Laws of Sent to Senate 1794; Is HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Cnitrd Cress) AT AG TX CALIENTE I — lr, Ere* h, Sweet Night. Crystal Image, Ashmount, .Morale. 2—El> I ast, Vspador, Accordance, Gallant Shot. I nver, Genevieve XI. o—-I ess Budget, Nnrab, OIH Mark, Rogue Knight, Red Lady, Boy Friend. • — i None I, .5— Porternesia. 6—(Blick Return, lust Ormont. Lieut Kell', Florida Gold 7— RichU, I noir Herbert, .lack H Weather, clear; track, fast Liberals dearly in Majority and Give Measure Fast Ride HARRISBURG. Pa . Feb. 7    (UP>. Legalization of Sunday afternoon sports in Pennsylvania, which have been banned by “Blue Laws'’ for 139 years, was approved by the Stale House of Representatives today. The measure to amend the 1794 Sunday Laws so as to permit outdoor spoils between the hours of two and si p. rn. on the Sabbath was sent immediately to the Senate for action. The vote on passage was 126 to 77 Liberals were clearly in control of .the situation. But 105 votes were needed to pass the measure, a majority of the 208 in the House. The measure was given a fast ride through the assembly, having been read and passed three tunes after it was reported favorably by the law’ and order commitee less than one week ago. On the stroke of noon the House took up as a .special order of business die Schwartz bill. Rep. William McElwee Jr.. Lawrence, immediately took the floor in defense of the existing blue laws and hotly opposed passage of the modifier McElwee declared that adoption of the amending bill was in effect “an attempt to repeal one of the Ten Commandments.” The Lawrence member discussed various provisions of the measure and complained that it gives township supervisors the right to pass ordinances regarding Sunday sports when they were elected to supervise roads. He pointed out that the bill gives thp supervisors the right. to meet at any time, even on a Saturday night, pass an ordinance to prohibit sports of any kind and make all persons so engaged liable to fines on Sunday. Senator Edward B. Bennett, Indiana. introduced the first ma tor administration bill last night. It provides that the state take over the remaining 53,000 miles of roads in second class townships Two companion measures would Hermit the tsate to assume the road debt of certain municipal subdivisions and would provide for the election of one supervisor instead of three in second class townships. A Constitutional Amendment is Continued on Last I’a-e Al TO CU I? HRX I) DKKRNHS KHORRAM J Bolton Weeks, president of the Keystone Automobile Club, delivered an attack last night on the proposed plan to scrap the highway program and divert (he state motor fund to unemployment relief. ' Diversion of the motor fund,” he said. “genially Nill enlarge the circle of human misery by throwing thousands of persons out of work and making them dependent on charity. It is not good sense to create more unemployment in order to relieve exist mg unemployment.” The state motor vehicle lees and gasoline taxes are “trust funds." Weeks said, which are paid by the motorists of the state with the pledge they will be used for highway work. Ninety per cent, of every dollar used in construction and maintenance of highways and bridges is used for labor,” Weeks continued. "To divert any substantial portion would mean that thousands of workmen would be thrown out of employment. “Funds for any general purpose, such as unemployment relief, should be either the result of a general levy against all classes, or by the taxation of luxuries.” ROOSEVELT PARTY STARTS FISHING MIAMI BEACH. Fla . Feb. 7 -(UP' The vacht Nourmahal, carrying President-Picot Roosevelt, headed for Green Cav in the Bahama group today after a brief visit to Nassau. A message signed bv Vincent Astor. owner, and received at noon bv Martin H McIntyre, Roosevelt's secretary, said “Proceeding Git o tongue of the ocean and shall am hor off Green Cay.” At Green Cay the party will go fishing. As yet no word has com1' in concerning Mr. Roosevelt's luck with rod and reel. ill!H ISII CABINET FORI) COMPANY GROUP TALKS OF REOPENS LOCAL DEBT PAY MENT ASSEMBLY PLANT Report Mac Hon a Id Has Detroit Official reedited Personal Invitation From    With Predicting Normal Roosevelt to Parley    Production Soon Rumor Two Pillions Offer Pica of Rod} Company as Lump Sum Settlement,    Strikers Rejected by ( ailed “Rubbish”    Head of Primus Concern AIMEE’S SUCCESSOR? Lieutenant Robert tjkitlmore, whose forbearance, not to s.»\ patience, under trying circumstances avoided what might have developed into international complication* between the I nited States and Japan. Hie lieutenant, whose home is in Indianapolis, is one of the American Marine officers attached to the I S. Legation at Peiping, China. Recently, when threatened bv a Japanese srntrv who was a hit free with his bayonet. Lieutenant Skidmore, instead of following his natural inclination, diplomatically soothed the man and reported the incident to his commanding officer. ASSEMBLY GETS NEW SCHOOL CODE Saving- of Millions Planned df,^'. ^    Officials LONDON, Feb 7 INS. With settlement of the British war debts to (he United States by a lump sum being discussed. it was reliably stated in diplomatic circles today that Prime Minister MacDonald has received a personal invitation from President-elect Roosevelt to go to the United States for a war debt conference This invitation, it was said, was conveyed to MacDonald by Sir Ronald Lindsay British ambassador to lite United States, who returned yesterday to give cabinet members firsthand reports on the Washington angle of the debt impasse MacDonald, it was said. is still undetermined whether he will accept owing to the pressure of problems at home, but Chancellor of the Fx-chequer Neville Chamberlain, who has declared against a “swapping deal. was represented as “determined to ’ The cabinet committee on war debts, consisting of the so-called “Big Five." will resume its discussions today, Great speculation and many tumors surrounded the lump sum payment report, but a British expert said rumors Britain would ofter from $L-250.DOO,ODO lo $2,000,000,000 were “rubbish.” It would be impossible, he asserted for Britain to raise a $2,000.000 000 lump sum payment to wipe out war by Nom Law ; ( lits Teach-I institutes CMLS HARRISBURG. Feb. 7    «INS) An annual savins of $2,500,000 to .school districts having a population of jo,-000 or less is the estimated amount of the economies which would result to local taxpayers if the new school rode is adopted, the departments of justice and public instruction said today. 'file revised code was introduced in the Legislature last night. A reduction in tin' number of school districts from 2,587 to 500 is tile principal economy feature of the bill. Under thp new method the Slate subsidies would be distributed under a formula which give funds to each district rn direct proportion to its needs, each district of the first-el,ass would be guaranteed at least $250 for each teaching and supervisory unit, and each second, third, and fourth class district at least $300 for each unit. Other provisions of the new rode are. School districts under the jurisdiction of county .superintendents not compelled to conduct teachers’ institutes; reduction in the number of teachers’ colleges from 14 to IO; permit school boards to accept collateral security from its officers or depositories in lieu of surety bonds The principal economy feature, however, is th© elimination of some 2000 school districts, which would make a corresponding reduction in the number of paid collectors, auditors and solicitors and "a more economical large quantity purchasing of school supplies and equipment.” Enlarging the districts, the summary pointed out, would permit pupils to be assigned to more convenient schools, “thus reducing tile present cost of transportation.” The plan does not provide for the erection of any new buildings. Except In the case of boroughs situated in more than one county, school districts would lie wholly within one county. If the levy of a six-mill tax on the true property value of a district does not provide SHOO j>er the State would make cnee. teaching unit. up the riiffer- PLAN TO STRAP ALL FARM BILLS WASHINGTON. Feb dec it ion to scrap all p'u credit relief bills in lav poi ary program to ens mortgage situation was 7—(UP)-A manent farm or of a tcrn-p the farm real bed to- XI ll XX xxx Damocles. off). I turd i — sing leant, I — I None I. 2—R* gusted. 3— I Declared I— Run as Cong Ie. 5— Run as fourth) — Ruth Vniing Bdl. ti—Run as fifth'—Parkas Loyola. I— Run as sixth I—Don'a, Tea irs, Wheel spinner. Weather, clear; (rark. good. Dr. Marie r e s s. Tep- AT FAIR (.RGI Nils 1—Silvrrman, I irst Mission 2—None , 3— None I. 4— None . 5— None , 6— I None i, 7—llasola, K—Bavette I ronk W rather, cloud,' ; N. I. PR()SF( I TOR DIES SUDDENLY ATI ANTIC CITY. N J . Feb 7— Louis A Repetto, 64 Atlantic county. N. J., prosecutor, died suddenly of heait disease at 3 30 a in. today at ins home at Ventnor. At his side when the end came was his daughter. Miss Josephine Repetto. He retired in apparent health and good spirits at midnight after spending the evening listening to the radio PLC I LIAR MI *i ll XI* Dominick Christopher, 43, of Swarthmore avenue and Haverford avenue. Ridley township, suffered a severe laceration of the right foot this morning in his home. when a knife he was using to butcher a pig he had slaughtered yesterday, fell from his hand and the point embedded itself m Hie instep of hts tool He was taken to the Taylor Hospital Ridlev Park, where several .stitches were found necessary to close the wound. I . S. TRI XSCHX BALAM K some other might be before ad- 'O- dav by a Senate brink subcommittee The commitee has before it a variety of bills designed to bring billions of Federal money to the aid of the farm debtor A majority of them commitee members felt, would be impossible to mart this .session, but a temporary moratorium or program, they believed, rushed through Congress journment. The commitee planned to meet morrow and if possible to draft a temporary program without further hearing * I WO IHI IN I R XSD BLOOMINGTON IU. Feb. 7 -i INS i A husband and wife met death and 20 bus passengers narrowly esraped injury when blinding snow caused a crash ^rlv todav near ILexington 111. Mr. and Mrs XV B Rigg-of Joliet. IIL, were fatally Injured when their machine w as si ruck bv a careening bus during the height of the blizzard. RI I. XIN LULI DOM Committing Ma Kist rate Hon an easy task disposing of polit cases this morning, the claw Little I inii< track, good. AT MI XLI XII PARK 1 —Honey Locust, Chu ( Hti. Primate. Mv Purchase, *>001" Borid 2 —Mature. Bubbling VNa's, Mull' Shally. ( abo* hon. Stocks. J— None 1, 4— 1 None), 5—Hibala. 6—Loval Louis, I Histed Threads, 7—1 None). XXeather, clear; traik. fast. WASHINGTON The tie a.stir ruary 4 wa; lures that rh toms recoup? February 4 v Feb. 7    *UP»- nct balance for Feb-$432 821 892 71; rxpendi-w err $10,216,226 44 Cus-for the mouth through 're $2 803,715 78. composed o intoxication mg names Shit be rt, 39 S' Grafton Pre.,! 40 of the 200 All were disci th! ce They od ad econ d rn, a bloc argel in an Pa arn (hr Pen rt Pi n had e court k being 0 cd for follow- Andrew streets; 1 .lone1'. reiterated that. Britain favors a 90 per cent, slash in war debts. or payment on the basis of IO cents |on the dollar, and said any lump sum payment would have to fit into this basin, the keystone of the Lausanne agreement. It was said Hie highest amount America could expert from all Europe, according to Hip arrftnge-ment, was about. $1,250,000,000 in settlement of tile debts. LONDON, Feb. 7 (TTP > Parliament reconvened today with growing agitation among Its members in favor of a lump sum payment to end th' war debt to the United States The lowest lump sum payment suggested was I OO. OOO, (XX) pounds sterling and the highest 200.000.000 pound; At current rates, the lower sum would be roughly $340,000,000, which amounts lo approximate!; 7L rents on the dollar on the $4 500OOO OOO • present value) which Britain still owes oh the funded debt figure. If the $95,500,000 which Britain paid under protest last Dec. 15 is deducted from Hie lump sum payment, as is proposed, the ratio to the dollar would be even less. WARRANT DISMISSED BARRIE. Ont., Feb. 7 GJP) A warrant on which Martin Instill was attested last October as a fugitive from Illinois Justice, was dismissed today in Simcoe County Court. The dismissal transferred entire Jurisdiction in the Insull case in Canada to Supreme Court in Toronto. - PII YRS NOT (ii H I X MARSHALL, Midi,. Feb 7 'INS' I'he Rev. George Lyon pleaded not guilty when arraigned here today on charges of betraying a 17-year-old high school girl. He was placed under $1,000 bond and held for trial at the March term of Circuit Court. IO MURDERS; 70 SUICIDES IN 1932 of) Persons Victims of Auto Accidents, ( Droner s Annual Report Reveals There were ten murders in this county in 1932 and seven times as many persons died suicides, according 'o the annual report of Coroner J. Evans Scheehie, just filed in the office of the County Commissioners, at Media. During the year the coroner’s office was railed upon to make an investigation into 430 deaths and during the 12-month period a total of 92 inquests were held, In the violent deaths reported it was necessary for the coroners physicians to perform 115 post-mortem e x • rn I n a 11 o n s, t he greater number of these being in this city, The entire cost of this department of the county gov* rnment was $6290 7ft for the push year, or a saving of $1200 08 over the previous year. In submitting his report to th,. County Commissioner) I>i Scheehie expressed his appreciation for the cooperation extended to him by county and municipal police, the County Commissioners, the coronel .4 physicians and the newspapers, the latter for their assistance in solving the identities of many unknown persons and their lair presentation of proceedings at the various inquests held throughout the county. A urvcy of violent deaths recorded reveal* that automobile accidents were responsible for 50 Tint tv-six victims (lied as the r» ult of skull fractures, sustained in automobile accidents one as a re. ult of a pelvis fracture, two Ii urn .spinal fractures and eleven others from various other Itie plant of the Lord Motor Company, at the foot of I low! street, resumed operations to-da' with a payroll of 1500 men, it was announced in Philadelphia It' I . A. Atcheson, general manager, Mr. Xii besoil said the forte Hill he increased a* "business conditions penult.” t he ( besin plant at times ha* employed between 4500 and 5000 men. DETROIT’. Feb. 7 The Ford Motor Company advanced another step toward resumption of normal production yesterday with reopening of some of its blanch assembly plants, closed for about IO days because of a Briggs Mainline! tiring Coin pan) strike that shut off the supply of automobile bodies. A Ford company official in Detroit, Mich . said all assembly plants ilia! had been In production before the shutdown were ordered to resume yesterday. Some men also woe called back to the manufacturing plant at Dearborn, Mich., and an of -tidal predicted nounal production would be resumed some time this week. Meanwhile, Briggs company off! rials said they were continuing to increase production with workers hired last week to replace the .striking employes Arbitration apparently reached an impasse yesterday when the company informed Mayor Murphy’s Fad Finding Committee, of Detroit, which had submitted Hie strikers' demand) to the company, that the demand' could not be- met. Wallet O Briggs, president, wrote* "to accede to such demands as yoni committee has handed to us would be to bring ruin, not only to the* automobile industry, but to other industries in this city.” He renewed the charge bv Hic* Strikers, that Hie strike was inspired by Communism. Briggs said the “stated cause* for filch our employes were Induced to lefty* oui plant ha vc been eliminated ” He said the so-called “dead time had r rn abolished and that all employes welt; now guaranteed a minimum hourly wage, “No man or woman on Lh© Briggs payroll is now receiving less I ban a minimum guaranteed basic nut «jf 30 rents an hour.” The statement said Hie st likers de-ruanded. a minimum wage of 45 cents an hour for women, 50 rents an hour for nun five-day week, a nine-hour day and recognition of shop commit tees. MGI III IC SI BIGI SI Y II L Police of Pennsylvania were today asked to try and locate Clifford I; Tompkins, of Troy, N V , a sale sman, whose mother is dangerously ill in the* Leonard Hospital, Troy. The appeal wa made by a Dr. White, who h the mother is constantly railing for her son. who is believed to tx-working in this state. The message was received here over police teletype machines. * ( IT LL T O!” KUT I I) Robert Taylor. 30, a motorcycle policeman, was killed and alioth* i policeman riding with him, wa rn Molly injuird today when their cycle collided with an automobile at, a street inter ©et ion as they sped to answer a holdup rail, in Philadelphia. SENATORS URGE * BARRY’S REMOVAL FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With AH Latest and Best News of the Day price;, two cents (HESTER SCHOOL N. P. TOWNSHIP, HOARD OPPOSES PARKSIDE BORO. MERGER PLANS    REDUCE MILLAGE Proposed IO-Year IM an Township Commissioners Does Not Meet W ith Ap-    Fnanimoush Approve proval in This District    .*>1 > Mills for 1033 Directors Favor Removal Representatives of Taxpay* of Fax Penalty as Aid to    ers League Attend Meet* Deli mi ii cuts    inj*:; Parkside Guts Rate f avor Duster of Sergeant-at-Arms for Article in Mag axine WASHINGTON. Feb, 7    <TTP)- The Senate J chria) • Committee recommended todav that Sergeant-at amu David S. Harry be removed from tiffin foi wining in former Oovernoi Alfred I Smith's New Outlook ” that otitc Congee > me n sell their votes for money, Chairman Norm announced the cornutine** ac ion He ut id eon. ld« la Hon of the Wa I to libel aet ion ■'The* New Out lf up by the comm Norm ’■said ti wa* unanimous The Senate hi the di.vmi.ssal me noon. .ii resolution looking against Barry ariel ok ’ would la* taken Hee Thursday, ie committee sn Hon , agreed ■ ion late to vote on this after - Known as (lie* "Angel of Broadway" when she was a Salvation Xiniv lass along New Yolks Main stem, Rheha ( raw ford Nplivalo (above), is tieing mentioned as tile possible successor of Yiniee Seniple McPherson ll ut Ion as pastor of Angelus t emple. I os Auge Ie* Mis Nplivalo "as married to Ila' Nplivalo, Health' San I caneiseo clubman, in I (LTO. She is at present director of the California Department of Social Well ara. LINKS COUNTY IN HUBE RUM CASE Prosecutor Says Riiiu Dud Storage Plant in Upper Providence Sixteen more defendants in the government’s $3,000 000 liquor .syndicate case unexpected!' pleaded guilty to charges of implication III Hie ring short]; before noon today. When Hie case was called .vestcuds *, in Federal court, rigid pleaded guilty, lea; mg 28 ready to .stand trial. Fourteen of Hie 50 men indicted some months ago on charges of operating Hic' syndicate which flooded tills area with Canadian rum. elal not appear for trial. Home have been apprehended The rum smugglers, It was alleged, operated a fleet of fast automobiles and ships, maintained a private radio -ction and conducted several offices Special* • ‘thy Attorney General Chef A Km . of Washington, and U 8, Attorney vdward A Wells, of Phiiadelphi,., are1 pfio'-eeuttug Hundreds were parked in and around the large' coi*U room mu winch Judge* George* A Welsh presided. us Hie .special prosecutor served up to the Jurors what J'* described yesterday as Hie pieces mollie “Jigsaw puzzle,” T ile story he recited in listing the* things in* hopes to prove* by evidence in succeeding days of tin* trial was one charged wit Ii the electrifying adventure of mugglcrg operating boats bet ween st Pierre, Miquelon, an island of! Nova Scotia, and Hie* Jersey coast; directing movements cif vessels' I by special radio stations and secret codes, and finalis bringing the brine encrusted cal of beverage to tile doc! J cps of Philadelphians “J will show you the pieces of I lib jig aw puzzle.’ h<* recounted, ‘Tend then let you assemble them. “This wa a va t conspiracy with the hub of operation located in tile* Pennsylvania Building. The so-called brains’ was in charge of that offic e. “Of course they had to have n j stoiage de pot, or as It is known in I underworld parlance, a drop. We* find this out on Kirk lane, Delaware i county Then* th** smuggled liquoi was stored, and from it the delive ries ©f goods we,je made,’’ he* stated. James R. Bag,haw’, of Chester Is h member of the fede ral jury in Hie* case WARMER WEATHER FOR AREA TODAY It will la* warmer today, with lain today and tonight .ti Eastern Pit rn-> s I va til a. New Jeu *,ev, Delaware and Maryland Partly cloudy anet much colde r is the forecast for tomorrow’. The* highest temperature here* yesterday w.t 33 degrees at 4 p. rn. The minimum occurred at 8 03 a rn. 'I hi* average «»f 24 wa nine degrees below normal tm the* date and sixteen de-grees below the average Feb.wary 6 last veal Maximum temperature for ti e dat<’ I 65 i st abib,he d in 1884, ariel minimum 3 below zero, in I'35. Sunrise today was at 7 04 a rn . and sunset will be at 5 27 p. rn, Eastern Standard time' Reports of James I . Rankin and Hiram E. Turner, the delegate's of I tile Chester school di,strict to the recent convention of Pennsylvania school directors, and a discussion of the results of the convention occupied the main part of a special meeting of the school board held last evening in the Larkin Building, Broad and Crosby st i eels. The matte! of (lie local teachers salaries and the proposed additional IO per cent, voluntary .salary cut was not brought up I" (he board and settlement of tills question is probable' at the next meting of the directors, In placing his finger upon the big issue of the* convention James L. Rankin said that, it had hinged around the so-called (em year plan iii which Dr. Kisenberg, formerly elf this cltv, was said to have had a prominent part. The main issue* of the ten-year plan was described as calling for I tie ultimate* abolition of all school district.* in favoi eh placing a single* directing district in each county, with the purpose being (tie* attendant reduction of officials and the consolidation of existing districts. ’ Although lhe\ represent themselves as working til favor eel Hie* teachers, those favor mg th** ten sear plan are in fact not as much the friends of tile* (cache*!.* a we are* who oppose* it said Mr Rankin. The* ten-veur plan was said to be considered bv its oppone*nts as placing the districts too much at lh" 11.cii v ut the state education council. Touching on the consolidation idea a few of Hie* local consolidation suggestions wen* mentioned by the delegates and said Ie) be* unsatisfactory as they Incorporated districts it totally different types of populations and railings. One mentioned in particular was that of bringing Clifton Heights, .Swarthmore and Springfield ; ( on(inlied on Last Rage* (OKK l' KKSKKVKS l)K( ISION ON KI,KA Iii an argument I a* fore Judges Froneftelel, Broomall and Ma* Dade, oiling en banc at Media yesterday, Attorney Robert W. ti'atty pleaded tor Hie* continuance in office of the auditors of Radnor township On December 23, the Court appointed John Cfi Boyle as auditor, at the request of the* Radnor township rom* in is,stoners, automat lcally ousting Hie* three tow nship auditors, Horace Riggs, Roe co G’porosio and James O Kane* Mr Beatty eontende'd that Hi** ,‘eiwn. htp ordinance, which was passed December 21 and advertised December 5?.V. was not effective until IO days atter lu* advertising Ile ask/-‘J tiio Court to continue tile lip*, auditors in office foJ the ye.yf 1933. Edward lf *' Fronefield. township solicitor, declared that the appoint mailt of Mr. Boyle was "merely an intermediate step’ Iii I la* matter, and as Mr. Boyle did not get ills certified copy of the appointment until Janu- , ary 3. after tin* IO days’ expiration, the appointment met the requirements of law The Court did not make any decision after healing Hie argument. 3000 STRIKE AT .MOTOR UC). PLANT DETROIT, Fe)).    7 UNH) Labor troubles in th*’ automotive industry spread alarmingly today. While two auto body plants operated with crews of strikebreakers. 3,(XX) workers walked out at the body plant of the Hudson Motor Com patly, shortly after the day shift Maned work this morning The Hudson strike followed an ultimatum presented to Max Woller-Ing, vice president in (lunge of manufacturing. The ultimatum, listed 12 demands, ranging from wage increases to bettei ventilation of the factory. The committee announced it W'Ould wait just 30 minutes for Woiiering s reply.    a When the executive declared he would not reply until 4 30 p. rn. Hie commit tee went among Hie plant crew and ordered the strike. TWO KKSIDKNTS SKKK DA M AUKS At a meeting of Hie Nether Providence township comm 1 sinners, held in Hie Wallingford grade school la-$t night, and during which representatives of the township Taxpayers’ I ( Ague played a prominent part, a new low tax rate of 5> mills for 1933, against 7L mills for 1932, and ft mills for, was unanimously approved, Die welcome reduction was brought about chief!' through a strong public, sentiment, coupled with the capability and earnestness of the finance! committee, composed of T. J, Sprott!, Morris M Sapovits and James Henry, who are directly responsible for the, reduct ton. VV h an a:,*..' cd value of $4,503,250 foi property in the township, an income for 1933 of .$33,176.25. and the new budget allowing expenditures of only $21,820. the two mills rut, is expected to equalize income and expenditures for the current year, af the same time easies the burdens of the taxpayer appreciably. Richard P. C Sanderson, chairman of the Nether Providence Taxpayers’ Committee, and other represents-Un" of the same committee, strongly advocated, during the course of the meeting, an additional cut of one mill from the .T mills rate proposed, j Pare it down to the limit, with a mod* t amount of reserve Thp less Tin, th more money collected in taxes, said Mr. Sanderson, to which Mr. Sprout finance committee chairman, stated the impossibility of getting through the year without bor-1 ow mg I rom the banks, if the rate was lower than specified in the budget, Discus, ion relative to eight of th© it’ items listed in the year’s appropriation*. lasted an hour. Street lighting, fire, sewage and replacement Continued on Last Page TK A IN I NU (OI KSK KOK KOCA I, KIRKMEN Instructors who were certified bv the recently conducted fire training ehool, an lnovatlon in eastern fire circles and given under the auspices of the Delaware Couty Firemen s As-4 a* la Mon, will reassemble tomorrow evening in the headquarters of the Moya mensing Hook and Ladder Company, 324 East Broad street, for the purpose of planning a permanent program for carrying on the work William Wunderlirk, of the Delaware Count' Firemen’s Association has railed the meeting, so that the representatives, who completed the course, nod who number 40 men drawn from companies in each of the nine districts of the county, can exchange ideas winch they have developed either in theory or practice since the gjo’a’ of the course From 'foi* Ideas of a!!' the instructor*, a plan will la* formula,>d through a genet al di m,doh for a 'IPN*, he ran re of the training. Many of the t ors hip already carrying on schofffis hi their own companies and the meeting will give them an opportunity to clear up problems which have confronted them in their work and which can be solved by other officials or instructors who "ill lie at the meeting. At the close of Hie course all present, expo cd accord with th* idea of continuing the work. NEW .MI VI BERS GREETER A regular meeting of the Polish-A rn erica n Veterans was held Sunday, iii the post headquarters at 2617 West Third street, with Commander .1. Holowczyk, presiding. Other than the installation of two honorary members, only regular business was transacted The new member.* arr Alexander Kzezytowskl and George Oromek Police here used tear gas to dispel e a mob that tried to prevent a he riff’n vale That s enough to make one cry. Barry had made * college stud Senator* cot oualv attack William < youthful a. -leal science University. clary Comm his students corrupt. John* I one the committ delete e mr be liat *ome Senators charge a and that a era taught Mutt bribed, was vigor* ( DOWDLE WILL IS FORMALLY DROR VI ED I j a a 1- Johnstone, Jr., iv ant professor of pollist George Washington jenied before the Judl-iti(c that h** had taught that congressmen were in ION. Ma vs,, Fe)) 7 Coolidge5s 23-word will, ll to his widow, was in Hampshire Countv in |u resin Dr spre rn lev suffered in crashes or as the it of being struck by a machine, spur the meningitis scare which sd over this area last fall, only deaths resulted f. mi Hus dtsea e, •ording to Coroner H< bechic s re- the final witm .a1 of Barry. Aft"! hearing Barry, Johnstone and a student in JohnMone s class. William Cheatham, til" committee went into .secret © ion and determined B a t ry ss fate. Senator Robin .on. Repo , Iud offeree! a .substitute motion to permit Barry to resign. It defeated, ll to 4 Four Republican Robin ion, of Indiana Ma.,* rn:    Herbert    and    Austin, voted to penult Barr' to re tgn Those NOH!HAMP «UP> Calvin ( bequeathing a1 probated today Probate (four! Letters of administration, with will annexed, w< re issued to Mrs, Grace Coolidge Then* was no hint as to the 'aloe of Hie estate, which has been estimated unofficially at $250,000 or mote III \ It I \ (, ( ON I ISI ID at Pasqual ivy atlee! patrolmen a charged with juries on Jus la ll Street, a weapon used, Magistrate I,< ort em, of He rested Ka turd id Cor u, I a bl* inflicting sa pl) Di Me.;Iu milk bottle was arraign © of the Fig cond and .Iy by cit' Muon, *veie in-. of pf*n- beltu tit' belt VC 4 * Pl. \N LOR **( HI "I I It DVY APPOINTED HY N WILD CH I IW R Fenni VV. Hess was appointed re-cei'cr for A I Held Inc., raoios etc Garrett road. Upper Darby ve.sterda* bv Judge O. R Dickinson in th© United State/ District Court, Philadelphia und©r bond of 12500. 'I’he chant $ Counts br he Wpbh da v. I Dav” t mg monthly mer Division < Chamber c d at the C street Ians ill be t mg if ti f Co hestf 15 p ann the Del Mer-1 ira re rmrrce will Club. 511 rn.. 7 bursal Chester this rn ret- William H. Bol Summit, Delawar th" appointment P.richer as Just! Bethel township Clark Huddle ’ continuing until Januarv 1934* GOV I It NGK of opposed were Senat Horah. Schall. Bch' and Ashur vt Walsh 'on. Black and N©< .ii Sort i Blain©, vier Republicans, Moi. Dill, ■rat-' Democrats. yesterday Because of DI Meg! /©ne**, the magiatrate contin) hearing to February 27, pend MegtloAs in june ed ab ib© Hie Brandywine e county, today held from Gov Gifford ce of th© peace in H© sin l eeds the late rh* term of office th© first Monday in WASHINGTON. Feb 7 Patman, Dem , Tex., today an investigation of hii him system which he said wi to influence congii ion,* vat iou* legislation Th* rom rn it ire rf* voted almost hour to secret diMu .inn befoie mg UP' Rep. demanded chous lobby is designed action on me of lh \\ ILL A DDR I " ( VHI I S in Dr, CharTe* Temple Urn address Mils battalion of Coli* ge, Dr i E Heurv ersity, will ■veiling bein Penns,' lvai Br urv will b pr (ten of deliver ail the * adet 1 Military introduced Damage suits have been filed at Media bv two reMdents of this city One brought bs Moll'1 Goldberg, rep resented by Attorney Loins A. Bloom. tx directed against Iii© cit' and Oscar Haydn, of 28 West Graham street The plaintiff claims site stepped into a ii*)!** in tin* sidewalk in front of the Graham street property, on October 31 last, which caused her to fall and sustain injuries Tile other suit filed bv Attorney Edward It Mel aughlln, on behalf of Harry VAT ash, is aganul Frank Schreibei of 4 !3 Kfigmont avenue VAT a sh claims hr was hurt on November 26 last when he was struck bv a truck belonging to th© defendant, i while he was attempting to rosa Fifth street, at Madison street. COI N I KKKKIT Kl Kl. KE AI IS TO A It It KST Accused of attempting to pass a counterfeit $10 bill. Charles Ratnb. 25. of Burd avenue, Millbourne, was! tinned ever to federal authorities vesprday by Magistrate John Me-‘ Ramb who said lie v as a “theatrical man.” was arrested by Warren Chambers a policeman, at Upper Dalby, on the complaint of Karl M Veil. proprietor of a cigar store. Veit j If city politlciaus want to give th© I unemployed work, as some demand, they might give them Mi© job of trying to collect delinquent taxes, That reminds us why the ship of state is having such a hard time to make port It tax to starboard and tax to j airt. Who said the light show Sunday wa no good for sleighing Five wer© killed by autos. That’s slaying enough. There were only ten murders in this county last year. Which shows th© effects of the depression on gathers of crime news. A minister was arrested in the county the other day and fined for speeding This treatment should make him step on the gas when he ( limbs into the pulpit,. This “Buy American may be ail right, but a customers still ask for movement lot of Paves Irish stew. Tile being shows sticks comes way some treated at thai the ) know ti to givin) deputy sheriffs ar* some farm sales loy.s living in the i onion' when It arm relief. WASHINGTON. Feb. 7—(UP) — Weather lore* ast for Eastern Penn-V'Iv ann* Rain ionic ht, W ednesday. lain ( bantin* to snow and moi h (older. W estern Penns'Iv,»ilia: Rain proh abl' changing io snow, colder in west portion tonight; Wednesday snow and much colder wit Ii a cold wave. bv Colonel Flank K and commandant. asserted Ramb tendered the spurious bill in payment for cigars and magazines The .storekeeper declared Ramb attempted to snatch til© bill Hyatt, president from hts hands when hr stopped to 1 examine IL I OR IV' ll 'I PKK A URE IO a in. in, rn. re in. 36 ii a m, 36 Noon , . 38 I p in. to 2 p. m. 41 40 40 41 U ;