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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKI PAID < HK I I.ATION FOK SIN MINI HS FN HINO SKIM I MKI K 20,108 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,182. I)»tIv le.sfd W rp Pepnrt* cf t'rr*rd    UT And Internet "'na: Nf«. Sr: Mer I INS (HESTER, PA.. THI’RSI JAY. J A NI * A R \ A, 193,’? FINAL EDITION ★ ★ it ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day PRICE, TWO CENTSEX-PRESIDENT CA L VIN COOLIDGE DIES SUDDENLY. OF HEART ATTACK THE NATION MOURNS Former President's Lifeless Form Found in Redroom of His Home in Northampton, Mass., by His Wife Upon Her Return From Shopping: 7 rip Report of hi is U nexpected Passing at Age of 60 Distinct Shock to the Nation Was I hir-tieth President of the United States Congress Adjourns in Respect to the Former Leader N () RT II A Al PTO N. Mass.. Jan. 5—(I P) - • n mer President Calvin ('nolidjfo died suddenly at his home, “T he Beeches,” today. Coolidge, apparently in {food health, went to his Main Arret office at about 8.30 a. rn. today, BATTLE FRONT IN CHINA NOW QI IFT Each Side K -1 i rn a tes lasses in Fijrht to Control Shanhaiku an NANKING, China, Jan 5 *UPi The Chinese national govc rnmcnt foreign office today delivered a note to the Japanese legation protesting th* occupation of Shanhaikwan, PEIPING. Jan 5 'UP* One of the most formidable armies in the Orient was assured tile Chinese to-dav when Marshal Chang Hsueft. jowerfu! war lord. : the command of Kai-Shek, general-armies, for dealing After about an hour and a half secretary, Harry Ross, left for the “The Beeches.” The former President Mas found his bedroom by Mrs. Coolidge when i shopping trip at 1.15 p. rn. ‘Secretary Ross was in the house in the room where Mr. Coolidge died, Dr. Edward W. Brown, medical ex- 'line lie w niner, was summoned and after amination of the bodv. pronounced at work. ( ooI idge h*> iiiui his homestead, Liang, a most placed himself General Chiang mo of Chinese i With the Japan* *\ Marshal Chang munique .stating he effort a to deli wj and that any Jap be submitted dime Issued a would india h the Jap; ne*.e offers Io t he N a rom* e no nr,sr must iking dead on the ;ho r* turn* <1 floor e»f from a at the time, but hot ii made cit1 him much solicitor. The experience in of the body death due to heart failure. The former President had been ti ad 30 minutes, according to physicians. Calvin Coolidge, a rugged, win example of New England politics, with a heritage of centuries behind him, rose to tlu| presidency through a series of fortuitous circumstances He was born on Independence Dav o; 1872, in Plymouth, N. IL. and his early life was spent on his father':; farm in the heart of the Green mountains. There was nothing in tins <miron-ment to lead the boy to dreams of greatness. But like other farm boys, h* made it hi ambition to eo to college. After years of hard work. in which the hard philosophy of a difficult struggle for a living became ui-grained in Iflm. he succeeded in reaching Amherst College, to graduate with distinction if not with high honors. Until his graduation from colley: there is nothing to indicate that c'oolidqe had any political ambitions 'Whatsoever. B it. after his admission to the State bar, and the beginning of modest legal practice in Northampton. Mass in the rifler of Hammond rod Field, he became town clerk the first step in a long political career The tragic death of the sturdy Few Englander, who Irs j irs ago relinquished hi in apparently the best provided a parallel with ( cath of his predecessor, Harding, who died in a cisco hotel while his wit* to him. and after physicians had believed he had passed a serious crisis, If was upon the death of Harding, that Coolidge, then Vice Pre .dent, assumed office. The oath. ti was recalled today, was given to him in a lamp-lit loom of an old farmhouse, by his late father a justice of til* peace. Coolidge > rise iii politics was steady after his Erst pubic post He w, elected o a number of offices and finally became mayor. Then in IDU. h'' entered State politics when he ■ us elected to the Stale Senate. OI his four y -ars' service in that body he spent two as presiding officer Coolidge quickly became popular with the townspeople of Northampton and in 1809 he was elected to tIi** crv council .(Though he ^lad ' sought the GTI* ■ At the .simi' than four hisn ofh* * of health the sudden . Warren G San Frau* was reading HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv I tilted Press) ll III ItsON r XKK SC It MC III S Weather * l*»u*iv, track fast. 1—I us! a Hug, ( has Claik*-, War lid*-. Vat Weiss, Turtle. Muff, I arlino. Potful). Nonenieer, Transmit. 2—Tadcaslrr. Xvenbv. One Long Hop. india o Danct Buster B Well B* hared, /rkiel, Callop Along, A ir-ginia <>., Tarpon. 3—X on “ion. Lineal**, Jane Buggess, XX .irs F rid, Xiastman, Hoosier Bov. XXitharral, Homebred. Good Faith, I phraval. I—Quartet Berk, Mount Vernon. Hit* bess of \ ork. Ila! Piles ,i—None. 0—Dark X\r. Runaway Kid, King Commander, Chris Pas* hen. XX yandotte, Ferrara, Barashkova. Bill I.oones, Bear Cry, Tope* 7—Blow Fly, Lawful Gamble, Water port. Rave, Dental ( ream, Jeanne W adis. X arrow, vtntcrn**, .Mad Play, ( uriscv. y—Deelared Off. AT AGI X CXI IT N I I I—The Aliner Tiara*. Las Gams, Pr-< os f iirl, less**, Durlv Dreamer. Captain Danger, Bs Wire. Florida Gold. Iriea, Royal ( arluris. — Fleanora M . sUn ■'port. Hallo* k. Disc. I—Plum -shot. .>—Mars Bane. I air Orb. 6—Vert.pie* e. Kago. 7—O ' * v, » We?.: lier * la r; Ira* k f; I. K . Golden Manora. po.«t gave law. Six years later he married Grace Goodhue, of Burlington. Vt,, a xouiig Northampton school teacher. So unobtrusive had bien the romance between the young lawyer and Miss Goodhue that few knew anything about it until the marriage was announced. He was goxernor of Massachusetts when the famed police riot broke out in Boston and his handling of that situation brought him into national prominence, When Harding was nominated In June. 1920, and Hie Republican slate* makers cast about for a vice president nominee. Coolidge was named and after tw-o years. President Harding died. Coolidge was sworn in bv his father by the glare of an oil light 3.nd became the 30th President. Ile wa easily re-elected In 1921 and then confounded politicians by declining to run for another term. wh*n hts term neared an end He had lived a quiet life since leaving the White House but appeared several times in the interest of the Hoover campaign last fall. WASHINGTON, Jan 5 -INS*-News of the death of Calvin Coolidge struck with all the force of a paralyzing thunderclap Although four years removed from the national capital where he spent eight of th* mast notable years of his life the former President u a.s still very much of a figure in national affairs. and the sudden, shocking word of his death caused a temporary'cessation of governmental activity. Within a few moments after the news had been confirmed, the Senate ' and House immediately adjourned out of rrsport President Hoover was at lunch with Secretary of State Stimson at the White House when the word reach'd them through ike" Hoover, for forty years chief usher at the mansion. They both arose with exclamations of dismay and repaired to the President’s big circular office in ’Ii* executive building where they awaited confirmation The White House put through a call to Northamp'on and quickly verified the news. WASHINGTON. Jan 5 <UP-~ Vice President Curtis, presiding over the Senate received notice of former President Coolidge - death from the United Pre**. He summoned Senate Majority leader Watson to the rostrum Word of Mr. Coolidge > death wa given to President Hoover while he was at the White House propel for luncheon He had left the Executive offices shortly after I p. rn. Curtis took the sheet on which the information was delivered and w ithout the Senate generally knowing what had transpired wrote beneath the typewritten words the following: I was greatly shocked a' ’he new-of the death of former President Coolidge His passing will be mourned by the peoples of the world. ' Hr was a strong man and had the confidence of th*- people." WASHINGTON    Jan    5 -UP- The Senate adjourned today in respect for the late former President Coolidge, whose death was announrrd by Majority leader Watson. WASHINGTON. Jan    5 'INS* President Hoover was advised of the rica'h of ex-President Ca!’, in Coolidge while he was at luncheon today. Ike'' Hoover, for forty years chief usher a' the White House, carried the word To the President, ba rd on pre dispatches. The President was lunching with Seeretar\ of State Stimson when the chief ♦her brough? the word 'n h.rr. and both rose from the table with exclamations of dismay. The President immediately went to his office and telephoned for confirmation. I S. TRF XSI R X B XI. AM E government. Chang said he would respond to Nanking s orders in the event that a settlement was sought. Marshal Chang said he would continue to consider the Shanhaikwan affair a national emergenev, unless Nanking derided to treat the Ugh mc as a local incident The Japan* e declar'd th** lr -tended to retain control of Si) u-haikwan “pending a settlement Railroad service was resumed between Mukden and Shanhaikwan. Trains were operating on Hie Tinte-sin line ar far as Tangshan, are! there was a limited service lo C’Xin-wangtao. Japanese losses were armour ri * !-finally aa four officers and 15 l ien 'killed and three officers and 99 men wounded. The Japanese placed the casualties among Chinese soldier.’ as 508. but made no estimate of the civilian dead and wounded Revised Chinese est anat es placed th** nurebee of rh* - .soldiers and officers killed at I .OOO, including Col Aisleh-Ching. Chinese claimed that 400 Japanese were killed or wounded when they attempted to rush through a breach in the Great Wall opened bv Japanese field guns and airplanes. Continurri on Page I nu ESCAPED CONVICT IS SOrCiHT HERE mm > & pro I DR.MI It PRI ► IDI NI I 'I X IN ( DDI ID* -I PARTY HE XOS TO SEF ROOSEVELT ON BIG ISSUES Drniuorals in Congress to Mod President-elect at His Home in N. Y. Farm Relief, Hoer IxtK- ! a t ion, ( en crpm^ntct Economies Foremost (hitlav Saloon; 'Ne <lo to IA'K’islattires ult! WASHING Formal eon' 000,000 dom* pf b TOI J; ti I arm rd wha ii C rommel' right of WASHINGTON 'solution, propels! e IAI Ti reported of peal of th re favorably Jan. 5 - 'IN ic immediate Amendment today by tlx While a wet blanket has been thrown over the activities of Bethel Court racketeers and habitues in the ordered mvei tgation bx Judge Mnc-Dario into conditions in the district, a pronounced scare wa thrown into th* residents of this area last night v hen a large detail of police invaded tin “court in search of an escaped convict. The search was I d try Warden Her* b*rt Smith, of the Eastern Penitentiary, who. accompanied by guards of the state prison and a detail of local police, made a systematic search cl suspected ‘joints" which the fugitive might have selected as a hideout. The prison officials received informal son that a Nrgio, who e caird a few days ago from th*' Ornterford prison, was in hiding in Bethel Coup. bu' a thorough search failed to reveal any trace of the convict. A close watch bx state polk* will be kept on the “Court'’ in th** future i* became known today, as, it is rumored this section is a rendezvous fo: criminals and dope fiends xvho find refuge in houses there while poller ar* seeking them, HOY WANDERER DETAINED HY ROLK E NEW YORK Jan. 5 action on farm relief ai nun and governin' ntai the purpose of a conf* prop .Stat* UP I be d* nt-e sional The led by heron) Mr. Hi Th* v Speedy power limes wuc Th* of Presl- to St, Congrcs- The lee* Roosevelt anc leaders here today. Democratic Cong re men were Speaker John N Oarn**r who ’.s vice president March 4 whe n re JOI OM* wit ldent >r b Ti veil i nt* e preps *le* r an data. n ti r lent -el* * g seven: I days ibjeets that xvii Among thei md Mole -. Wj 8 Barrett, til Fanners Urn* eveP determn t will be mad program befoi House, was ready compt e hem ive program that he would like to within the nex' OO da .i-convinced He wants above all, peedy arf ion on a farm sure ail*! lf po . Iii' Mi he*    lf* WI House ll the exist ive *‘ti adx eon- • ai today Ra’ rn and C of Hie Roo a / 'ai deal’’ While be hi re Pr g bi md out I olu legi* lit I boom rn for Blame 'Rte man. voted first question to legi* for ratification eonflic liar I ie Lib I aliflr; vent oi stand th" co Horn POS" 1 of the Biali th arricci protect I Conure, saloon, mild be was Sill* if eh XPH'.'-, th limit ted urea r*>r ratification flee of whir ii Bena* I Wiscon, in i *.ii ut to submit t tie i> p a1 latures of Hie .States ii 'Iiiis was rn direct the platforms of both ml lr mon is in when ,t of bv tile Pf this ho first pi po*'* d cor d the hat least new the • ie enter ' to outline a of leg) latino sec enacted friends * ere it was raid I policy mea-sorrie sort of upon the full y? print ri atle legislature party tied e annotine [xii t v on id Irs, chang* bs developed over tem. senator* may cippi avision bees u.M a rn I mn, d the suiicommP-be in id iiefOH til* DEFAl L I ERS ON DEBT TARBET IN SENATE DEBATE IVnposal to I’imish Somp; Hit fur (MHT to England on IK’x isioo I t ired Horah Saxs I . S. Must In* or Quit Hate < .old ( urrenex Standard WASHINcnoN, Jan growing denianc against the nato debt payments, * day in the* "t the war Among pi0|>«v the defaulting n I Inflation of ency through r* v et, winch won I the tariff gold-st an* world. J. A leg pr I v a t r os faulting n 3 Pleb' vision lot met Ihejr 4 Ar rrpudii clef a The i Hon w i a tor B (pilaf ice I for ret all ms, defaulting .wept GajMtol ot the Sen# debt problem, all made to a?ions were Hie A mer ie ii 'monetization Court Taster Says It w as Good Wine! Sitting n court a a spectator !'j I L ll 11 \ c unexpectc d eomprnsa- ' , • T. Sd it proved yestcrdav to V JXI 'V J i>. Bondar t. a resident. I rf ll Ward, Diis city, who s ii in ror af Media DUS week. Dm mg t lie trm! of Jules I niptlf. M F ■ sinffti nu accuser of violating - laws, i* d*’\ eloped that a bott lf of ii •-.I l\ leged wine had not been chemist. I -I A * I and sp*’ Maters alike < ■ * led when Judge Greer ankfd for i volunteer to 'fest" the rn ne. Up :fep|>ed the (Ut nu n tiimi th *n and oblii flu ii f terur ted t he Court ne.** Taking he volunteer i ii the liquid s rushed and already dry on c.vs ion bi (vt» f v a <*? mm\, tired by the many twittles evidence rn HIGHWAY USERS PROTEST MOTOR CODE ( HANGES Meeting1 Held in IV AT. C. Armory Vt tended by 2300 \ chicle t >xx ners T xx o Speakers Present Reasons for Opposition to Proposed Laxxs Mot* ers of night i propo xx inch place i rial til The ory of under lid lea' l*«t iveiv Franc*' tit - Dt sapr fl *li*»r d ti tnt rn* ul ie * i * ti 11 oi o, lh jinx met don af reg I tee I on* plan r ar debt C of I • gold t on c it ton.’ pane* i isr in con june* problem Sin la ho. prop** * *• pilar, irreapec* it KU I I proj) att it tide *.*’cl a wo oil th** lei w ide RESOLUTION FOR REPEAL FAVORED BY SENATE GROUP Measure tarries Rinse inn for I . S. Protect» n to Dry States (iives fongrc'ss Po" t r to • •COlHUlUC Ct'llf* I ell*« for the reduction of Hr ma rn* Hts, Iou* I lug of tariff wall; stabilization of tv one ta tv svstern remonei i/atlon Of si vee, aintftdontnent of reparations debts and revision of Wirt The debate I mug! it out that $3 INN) OO*MN si w as 1 < I Europe ofter the Armistice He na tor Johnson * R > of (' •lit**! e « r* Nuder ! live war debt settIcriHUit■. he vt c* •et the American people $2 (Nib TNK) OOO W ith the pro? pert a < : M Ile a1*** lev*- ated Die Untied Bt ate had p at Frau* c $ JO (NM) (MN) more than th! nation r». jelved from Hance on ir d*e payment the Arm if 'rite lh Prance cit pinnal ion blamed ort of Or rnUU mid ( tm aft* r mcnt {lated a Morgan Ute C fault mg Moran urn, d os a of the Preside many, and Mftpany. month, mu repudiating to tile lim a #4 OOO WHI I firm. uestion of nations a axon which ler re* war d ? Von Hi iport J. P vin EHirg ga I) d John* en a $19,0001)00 ted States, a bond ■ I Era net pay- lit jet - tit to , ll RNKR FAVORS U T IN STATUS Iii KRAH (HUTS I'fto Much Lox eminent,” \sserts Itelkxx are( ountx Representative s I (i.HHiijHKi Difference in Estimat(’s of Piinhot and ti. O. P. Leaders HARRISBURG, Jan. 5 (UP* A matter of    today    separated . I 'ate i ,**.Ji>ut• \ «\s* unlit*'* of Gov cr mr Gifford Pinchot and the State RejniblK'rttl Organ Hat ion Pine)tot ex'ima'«d **x|vitdittire re* ion. of $.14.(MHI.OOO Rep. Kiiwood ii ii* i. Dataware county, Organi-tt Floor I.cader in the Hon ,e of Oeneral Assembly, aubnutted a inonary {urogram of $t kmmmio in 'die rd • p< nciirig itiif sirnultaneotirlv dun.bed tim entire Oi van I /at'ion mg ram might read $. pooh non 4 » Hi,widen til* pi* * til Legi.xln-tre must approve I ’ Lerx, xjttd he would submit n v*. in* D would be $.14 000,000 I* s lie one under winch the state if dig, But he dict not say he proposed to sliee Hie which ftir 1931-33 was $198,- thls o regij rd * hang would ii idded res tckers, meeting was Pennsylvania the auspices Use ii of W OO motor vehicle oxvn-untv turned out bv? r their proles? against in the motor cod \ ase their tax and (lions on rummer* aula Highway as in charge mid in the nrm-M hit ary College, of the pen MS VI* Conference, and Hum D Ma'.on. du* pi udi ope) in th de- A ( ut 11 ti ll* ii on I el Pf* KIM AMS CLUB GREETS OEFK'EIuS llarrx Kane Assumes Duties a> President ut Meeting I,ast Nip,lit w h* budget IHS) OHO Turn' ration lee fed eovnorn manager of the Marrua Hook plant of th* sun oil Company, who served as chairman. Long before the .scheduled starting • * I cie soil .tudltoi Him Wits filled to * a panty, and by the time Harold 8. shirt/,, executive director of the conli . nee wa , introduced, -standing room was at a premium, Mi Sh* :-f, explained that the conference was not an organized group, bu’ a mad! un through which motor-j »sts are combatting the misleading a »» ’* i" s ; .I through* Hi* country by a minority group rd i a ll road seeking Hie encumbering of highway transportation to drive traffic back to the rails, Hie sole purpose of the ronferenre is *o encourage the development of : equitable basis of taxation for the u of juii)ii< highways and to prevue imj>«) ut ton of undu« burd* na u)H'ii h;ghw « traffic, lie explatnod a    a trove) out raging between the I railroads and commercial motor vehicle con*erns. Rutting Uitit the na-non-wide campaign to rest riot use of highway*, which started two or three ream ago is now approaching its chilla x In oxer 40 legislatures, including Pennsylvania, efforts will be made if coming ac vs ion* to drive off the mad. by excessive taxation or unreasonable regulation, a large share jot commercia! vehicle*, on the ground itll*' their rom fret it ion injures the Toad Hi; state is tile scene ( not inned on Last I’age REPAIRING KRE NK IN WATER MAIN in per Ch* d ti ■ Ch hic. md Pik Ch < • Kl w effi* •Her 150 the ot try WASHINGTON. Jan 5 UP The Treasury net balance for Jan. 3 was $532.039,382 31. Expenditure" that dav were $19 437 887 74 Customs re-re pv- for the month through Jan 3 wu $1.233."36.87. A 'ani;-cox*• red l>ox who identified himself ii'- John Frisky. 17, of Hi* 3800 block Almond street, Philadelphia. is being held by police pending an investigation He was arrested at 112:15 A. rn. today by Patrolman rogue, at Sixth street and Morton avenue, I-ogue wa- attracted bv the pitiful appearance of the lad. who was collecting cigarette stumps from the gutters. He told the officer he wa* an orphan, and that he left horn* seeking work He ale the fir.*' food in 24 hours after his arrest at the expense of Pi; Holmen Log ne The boy came here from Harrisburg on a freight tram and his appearance ta police court would lead one to helio* *> he slept on a coal-laden gondola. KMR AND (OLDER WEATHER KOR AREA Fair weather is predicted today and '*.morrow and it will be colder today and tonight, in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jcr.,c\. De I* ware end Mar via rid 'Ihe highest temperature here yesterday was 59 degrees, at 2 45 p rn., and the lowest was 43. at 7 a rn The average oi 51 was eighteen degree.’ above normal for the date and thirteen degrees above the average for January 4 last year Maximum temperature for ?he date is 68 rsiab-Usbed in 1874 < nd minimum, 2. in 1518 •Sunrise today wa ai 7 32 a rn and sunset xviii be at 4 50 p rn . Eastern Standard time N XXII I) BX GOVERNOR Arthur Dunham, of Lansdowne, today held an appointment from Gov Gifford P neho? to thr Delaware Countx Emcrg' ne;. RDrt Board. leaders the nee* .sitv of applying the axe to Federal appropriations "all the way down the im* Roosevelt look. to Garner and .Senator Joieph T Robinson of Arkansas, to supply hun with approximate figure* on the trca ut deficit so Din; he filii quag* th* extent of his suggestion- on budget ba lancing, emphasizing Die inadvisability of accomplishing it through additional Federal tex;*! ion The pre. once of Woodm, h*-ad of th*- American Car and Found!' Company, at the Roo veil home gave rise to the belief that remedial transporta',on legislation e: o xx,ll t*e on*- of the matters brought up for discussion It was recalled that Roosevelt belie cs there should be a check on unrestricted bus operation and also for tho e trucks engaged in interstate commerce. He went over agricultural problems with Barret' an*: a o dt .cussed legal aspect:    of    the domestic allotment * heme with former Supreme Court Just ice Samuel Ro-caman Roosevelt, revealed that he wrote a letter ex era I dax-, ago to Governor Gifford Pi ne ho' of Pennsylvania, m-viting him to New York for a talk before he go* VV • n Springs, Ga., Jan 19 Other matter^ d. * , 1 cd bv Roosevelt included de ta. is of hts southern yachting trip planned next month. He discussed them with Vincent Astor. who'*' yacht the Noumahal, he wul use for IO-da'. NE XX I It XFML MARK Traffic regulating markings on the De 'none Drive in Des hung Park, v cr-repainted bv paik employes yesterday afternoon without th** necessity o; cif :n. the drive, a.s had been done formerly.    **— The wotjs wsmK accomplished by using a quick drying paint and cia' -ne only one side of the drive at a ' rue ’ ■    ■ * ■'    Of'. I    ■    Fir;. ated !.;<» i 'n.'..' rf .Ti . udicisry committee Monday “I liope to see* it reported to 'lie Senate Monday," said Blaine * 'I hf .• * is no i* .son for furtiH't delay, I hop we * an :•* t a prompt vote on it. in the Senate. 'Iii*’ resolution read? ' Resolved bv lf,* St'liab and Ho ne *<f It* pn-sentat iv* :t of the United State: of America, lf. Con. sr:    a; se m bled 'two t ii I rh: *»f cacti If* is* concurring therein*, the: the following amendment is h* i* iiv prop** cd to Hie Constitution of tic IfnH'd ,S■ a'* which siiall be valid to ail intents and purpos*: as part of Di** Cont tituHon wh*n ratified bv th* 1< gixlaturcr, of three-fourths of the * * :a1 s:,r. “Article XX "The eighteenth ■' !i*ic of amend merit of th*' Constitution of the United States us hereby amended to icud a1 follow “Section I 'Dx' Fichte* n?h Amendment to the Constitution is h* i ‘ n t * pea I* *i “Section 2 Th importation into any or pen e,* ion of t)ie for delivery or u«e the: cating liquors, in vi* laws th*reof, is hereby “Section 3 Coner* concurrent pow*r t*» r* hibit. the sale of in'oxi* to be drunk on thr pi< sold " Senator Borah * Ft * of Idaho rioted dry leader, joined in the fax Orab;* * * p'*: * I* :    :    :■■■■• f resolution before th* Sen* e Ii* **• rived the right 'o oppose h adnp- t in    <■ ”,    .    .* will fight if. Senatox.s Walsh D1 of Mon'ana and Dill I) of Wa iiington the remaining members, may move in the St i.ate 'o .ti ■ r4 'ii* J an . fication iiv conxcntlon: in conformity ”.1 th the D*inioc: atir pl.-.Un: rn I h> \ will!t their D* mocratic colleagues before reaching a decision preside) officer* on charge of I was ii* id i Welsh stir Folio WI MT remarks bv tiring pr< ; Jo 1933 I lifer to Thr* IL Dr by a tut *: t the Ch in? rod ne Ciaren*** irtent, Hie i * ben ■ than ►era of (heir w c group Chih. Hr v served as • nit lur the HI 1 Ugli) • ’ cd .rh Other v inned he meeting b, 511 to Th Ut i th* th* ’I h< id* * lur *1* ut a main arc I * Th* anno; C of state Sterling 19 if f ,* “Th* r J urn*!' lion oi bureau manx Til* • pi' *1 mg for tim Organ!-emtzed Hi*’ savings to be cill Uh * 'tnrting point of He went further than that, ii*’ introduced bill- into the House a: ike hit projv) is i tfc> (ive ’«* bills struck at Die state exec-c *i’ pa* I nu ut v, Im ii ar* ic*’ i g«»v*irnoi eonttol. Pinciiot told I** el ir< ' I-.*- depat I tm tit: •lid tm: h- ri- turbid for th*’ were if wo:. od now organization s economy ached* irted with reduction.' Hn salarl* part mental executive.* and cl* p -and with the elimination of : alai i*’d commi - ions w hu h also * * i ti,' Cl ‘ti- ■    . iv* f ►. lux . re county kgl !;'tor in tieing th** program, said the ion were ba ,* d on ti st tidy ie fiscal matters made by the ig commit tee ant hunted by the .cg uslat Ute, , is too much • id. iii calling a n hie!? d lid commissions m i ona is ic par for gov f’f imunt for cltminn-: mental and »l>ohtion of bv Pa Dr. Jo I* bani’ era I in group A Ct tbit’s w tiring pre. Edwin A I a • son J No C d* n t Pre ;d* t a group < ’ut the cl ipon birthd ul Palmer (i ■ ph k Ch* and Frank formal hum of members »m * ll* r* as pr* ‘.elite* int bv Paul Met'add* n ’I* wit t ram port a ■state, t: United rein of Marion ion * •rritor; Bt ate; intoxi of th* th*’ prohibited, shail have ruin ie cating B rn Lien Idaho it pro-liquor? ■    ",f attern year. Rev *    ■ i helpful toward and its high pla* and in th*- rialto cited for attend Hie incoming pre, of eleven ’.chj ol a? wcckJv tne*'titi Rev. Weaver a1:.' i . : report of th* rind is Hall and tug part. Conner calic* 22 members, d upon having lance during Herbert A We - h orning mer. reoil* ii* d * re CMIII-iitinivtr honored William rr. s events pl lived fen - n e l* from d to the re* Palnn r m»d The group ’ of monkey Donald Neil-Edrnund Me- c It) mo K * he    p •Sidet ivi *’*i I •on    n il ti" Lon    but J leg. s'. * Monon Pi*' u Stat* ADlk'tir ■s * fimmirsion and ztvKiua Conn* ii were ie 1932 SJW la I us-viiy their njifiropi la -'# move i*. the first <k on tis* B*i,* *1 of e C**n or and Dc Commi Jon ti* ie rn f*»i their • in the cr; la! body * ne* Her. ■ d* n' h:*e forward ho wert IOO pei he past vt co»n-r ir*), ju, the 'dub mmmity t ho* ** Kane record JURY ACQUITS ACC! ISKI) YOUTHS WCrc I ri<»(I on the < int re: 4* of flax inn Atta 0 k <* <1 Leader of ()r< he>t rn Un**! chi v cr* wn of the Che ler I Water Ben ice Company have bern engaged the past day or so, repairing a Jeuk in a broken main under 'Die tr.iG of tit*- Baltimore and Ohio Railroad *!*>. mg and the trolley car .tracks of Die Southern Pennsylvania I in* non Company at Twelfth street and Fdgmont avenue 11 * -a <>■ ir eff a a rmln sev- *    t'*’    below '(ie surtnce of the in.idum. and h*: . b*«n difficult to teach as it bas necessitated iixe re -moxal of a v.tst. amount of the crose-itu mu lac*’ timbers and the under* n uh t in - of roadbed Th** I* ;*k is a swift flowing one and con* .'“tilt pumpin'; bv a gasoline engine J t' 'I " ■ d to i ii it po ;ble to 1.uiy on the W'tik of excavation. HAIMA VV KATHER IS AI’I’KK* I ATK 11 Th* spring-like we;»tiler yesterday • I • ii' ut rd gnat numbers «>/ oi *i h * to Chester Park '    '    1    and drives off* ted a 119'ural setting for invigorating walks. Iii* ens;nmary group who gather at De creek : j*i* rn the Mirnmrr months to wash their automobiles in the XA v p .Hi evidence m luge number- yesterday, and ujhui th* nj)* tx plateau a group of youthful rf * nU i m ' were so smitten with 'he mt.-'P.'ared pring feeling in the in that ti lex engaged in a baseball I opiesot lim es ;■ t r her*- adv rn ated buying made in Am* rica    But those . t <•*(    *1 .1    tor    Cana* »    b    pc    no    heed the request. yoni ti; Of {C l Ie*' atG*ndai;ef y g *i*'c id D* oung a pr* * cr entf-d th*’ an-•tary. The re lit RE XI I GAI It XI IPK A fir* : mo . deion top of e bureau in a bedroom of a dwelling | home at 2113 Wet Fourth 're*?, ye -tcrday afternoon, wha extinguished by members **f t);c cncmical crew of, the Felton Fire Company, No. 3, who ref pond cd to a local alai :j Iii* cipiept blaze was believed started bv j the dropping of a Lth'ed cigaret'*-' at uh dropping from an ash re < onto the hmm co*cr ol lh*’ bureau Continued nu East Page VI X N pl POR I I J) MIN-IN*. Mrs Ellen Wilson. 507 Fast Seventh street, this morning appealed to police to institute a search for lier husband. Howard, 29 who vanished from home last. Tuesday. No reason for his continued absence can be given bv relatives. When he Icf’ home he wore a gray overcoat over a blue pm-stripe suit He also wore black ,shea’s and light cap He i« about 5 feet 7 inches in height and a .gns abo it 150 po n d Hi I I) XS SI -D‘1 ( I Joi n Sweeney, 24, of Seventh and B-.r* lay streets wa- a:retted her*' at 3 a. rn today on suspicion of highway robbery The suspect was taken into custody bv Sergeant Peterson and Patrolman Matern at the request of Sharon HUI police, who sty he answers the d* rnption of a man who has figured in several county stick -up'. Foil mg Alfred (lh Holden bv a Jury fore Judg Media The jus for Vine* county's y I c.A JU rd * libs first The d crt.s, 19, pugilist, broil .cr, Kinlev P :* en ted Elmer Horn I resented by R* p: I hi youth? attacked him J dance hall eat September 13 th** leader of char O S'.oa n u *: e ac* which he VV. Roc Ch ted U'fiu ’ »>e adon mond, Horne r the lur of Will RUS ;i an bs wen* Sharon H sam Sfumm s**U Stumm Darby town At t orn a victory ic of t he ; wiio rep-ridant.s rn ; old P'iij- I A local ! and his J of Meal! rep- 26 hip I Desmond, and if Glenolden rep-liney Michael S according to Sloan ; he left, a Glenolden v on the morning of last Sloan, who was the orchestra at the dance, suffered til*’ loss of a tooth, j* black eve and a lacerated mouth. The defendants denied the accu-■ ..'ion- Ii*> n aid ii*' and Sloan «n- ( ontinurd on East Paso Iii PH Ii IN PHII VHI I Pill X Mo!! r Revel. New York actress today lax buried in Philadelphia, where she marie hor debut as r stock player 58 years ago. She rich at the age of 84 and had been in retirement for the past 18 years The actress who died in New York, was born in Stratlord-on Avon, England. A judge has ordered thing* in Br?h* I Court cleaned up. They should firs? hire an army of paint removers. ? ‘pp* • I) ..-I)’. co;» v ho i > < r cd ?'M» ten pet cen? salary < ,?s have Int!** kick coming They’re still getting moi'*' Dial our local bobbies If they could salvage and repair that French liner A'Inn?(que thrv should rechristen i? War Debt It will be a long time before it cornea across, O', ton a    mn -1    rn prctotg I •:    Ie i 18 .49 <•.•'. ! d * a th* f :    > : ii .    ■*• in 9    #. I things ! re t ■    ■. at n ...a pharmacist* rn sri Just Hi-'    U • j to •nu-.    <    ,•!’' say. ' ta* Le* »,•< , ■*. this ti).Of called technocracy. A representative idvocates the return to th* two-eent postage rate Bv 'his tim* th*- po?!;' authorities really* that the thr ■ rent experiment ha* been licked plenty. I lie Weather j XX XMIINGTOV Jan. 5-~~<INS> — I »ire« a-t far raDcfn Pennsylvania to-nigIi4 and Friday; colder tonight and warmer Friday. Western Pennsylvania:    Fair    to night and F’riday; somewhat colder ■ n extreme e.tsi portions tonight; warmer I'rid.iy. ;