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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE .NKI KAID ( IHC I ‘I. ATKIN FOH SIX MOS I HS FN DING SFFTKMBKR 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With Ail Latest and Best News of the Day TH YEAH—NO. 17. IS I. Daily Leaded Wire Reports of I i and International New* Se: pre*. INS i UP C HASTER. PA.. SATER BA Y, JA NI’A in PRICE, TWO CENTS REVOLT THREAT GIVEN DEMOCRAT HIGH TAX PLAN Leaders Fear Rebellion Would Discredit Partx on Exe of Inauguration Substitute Means of KaU* i ii g Budget - balancing Revenue Sought SCENE OF COOLIDGE SERVICES WASHINGTON. Hie Democrat,c if 5"d about 'od;-. UP option of levies app Party lane hours after Roosevelt a agreement ( time incom considering me budget-i anne unpre y mort than 24 President -elect meed virtual edrnted peace- taxrs, wore seriously b.stitute means of rais-lancme revenue. Some of th':n privately conreded 111* income tax pl' n would have little more than a 50-50 chance of passage They feared that if it were brought before Congress, there might be a lebellion that would discredit the party on the eve of the new Dcmo-«i at ic administration’s inauguration. Mr. Roosevelt was represented as lecilng that if was up to the leaders here to work out the tax program. His advisers said it was the Congtes-urnal leaders, rather than the President-elect, who presented the income t*x pi fig i a in a* tho conference. Mi Roosevelt tentatively approved it. oi lather did not disapprove it. Speaker Garner however, today BRIEF FUNERAL SERVICES HEED EDR COOLIDGE Hundreds \ ic" Bod) of Former President at Northampton Home Hoover and (’ongres* I A*ad-ers Attend at Ch ii reb; Burial in \ ermont ( HESTEK WOMAN % IU EDSALL W ILL N KAUS OLI) TOMORROW PROBATED AT MIDI V ROCKNE CRASH TARGET? Mrs Louisa J Chadwick, of 522 In his will. probated West Ninth street will celebrate the William H Burds;! ll. ate ninety-sixth anniversary of her htrth Union avenue, Lansdowne tomorrow No festivities have been personal property, estunat arranged, but the day will bring the to his widow. Mrs. I ii/a felicitations of her mane friends. sail The real estate, vail Mrs, Chadwick, who is one of the is to Im’ sold and the proc XI- NORTHAMPTON. INS! Calvin Conli rom farm boy to P eturnrd to the good Following a brief fi M; lest rex im it her of lose home low of Re ^master < re for ma Mv mot h its and r< Mi of this eitv is the among his children. VV J Ii Chadwick, at Mary, Annie, Edward ; resides She is the \it. Burrtaal! died on Iii Chadwick, a former letters of Admme lest cr. and has lived been issued at Media tr ears.    Cambridge Bank ami I to administer the $1500 mund J. Butterworth wood, w ho died in Phil) than nine years igo. < 2:t, 1923 The heirs ai now Mrs Marion B ivvo children, Charlotte Butterwort!), all living ill loves to sing th' the poems that sh* hildhood" said Dr h good health anc Ii mined she is meet-i intcrest and piers rkable changes haw g her long life. and \V th Mas,* ichiu its fica I fortune b thirtieth Amer Ire transported birthplace town where h nan. the body < an President wi o Plymouth. V w ie shadow of trie sjrot where born sixty years ago Cooiidgr buried in the family grave-toil. hallowed with nerations of Purl* Piling place old* r ie served in silent emphatically 'd his full mpp behind the proposal to raise additional revenues through Inc:rn cd income tax?* as agreed upon at the New York conference with President-elect Roosevelt. HYDE PARK N Y . Jan 7 UP> President-elect Roosevelt, noting the storm caused by the budge* balancing program suggested during the conference here with party leaders. is preparing for another such mel ting in Washington Jan. 19. He will stop over in Hr capital at that time to talk with party whip w bile enroute to M s.'* Ie Shoals, Ala md Warm Sprint Ga . where he intends to rest until he returns to Washington as President 'Hie President-elect believes an extra session of Congress may tie voided lf the ambitions re venue-beer-farm relief program is speedily enacted. It was tentatively approved Her a five-hour conference with Speaker Garner, R nato! Joseph T Robinson and others Roosevelt friends declared, recognised the entire schedule turned on Cie beer proposal, by which the leaders are confident $137 900 000 in revenue ran be realized. If that falls I brough at the short session, they aid. then the entire budget balancing ' thrown out of it necessary to kern forthwith lur Edward* I ’nngregatinnal ( bur* h, al Northampton. lins. where funeral service*. were beld for former Prest*! nt ( ah in ( t-didre nrtor to his burial in th" (’'milder family plot in (tie Plymouth. Vt., «'met*rv. Inset is the Rev tiber! J. Penner, 31-vrar-old pastor of Hie * bur h. wan oflit ta d at the last rit« . CLERGY HONORS ‘WETS’ AND ‘DRYS* BISHOP TAITT DEBATE REER BILE Reception I'' Tendered Id .Members of Minister.*' Assoria! ion Each Side Appears Before Senate Cam mitt cc on (Viler .1,cn tire yard If is to* k the bones of six tan ancestors f than the countr w i scion) He will lie between the graves *<f his father John Coolidge, and his soil, Calvin Coolidge, Jr. both of whose deaths saddened his days in the Wlufe House Eclipsing the original plan of Mr.* Grace Goodhue Coolidge, widow of Hie ex-Pr*sident for a quiet, simp!* funeral, official Washington, headed bv President Hoovei attend"d th* s**rv ires at Hie Edwards Congregational Church her.' Senator s. Congressmen, Governors Ambassadors, rn "ii and women of prominence, arrived to pay homage to a goori American and maxi friend Among them were Mi Franklin I) Roosevelt. wife of the President-elect, and Mrs. Dwight W Morrow widow of the late enafor from New Jersey, w ho was a * lassmafe of Coolidge at Amherst College. Distinguished mourners rubbed elbows with the townsfolk in the queue whirh passed through the churel! to SLMKV'K III VI LUV VIOLATORS .Itir> Kctgmmends Merex for I pper Darin Man; Jail Terms (liven ADMITS ROBBING HIS BENEFACTOR SECOND TRIAL OF CZERW AND TRIO OF CONSTABLES Accused of Attempt to “Shake Down” Middletown Township Farmer Damaging Testimony Is Liven bx an Expert on Handxx ritinjf of M Chest k Pig a*e Joseph H. Vvvnship; Cmi- VStOU* tr No county, at M* with mnsplra Robin Jones, of Arlington avenue I filii i* f Va t in s Francis Hemiirlght, 22, of We L und guilty of I* Y * In it J J id j |j\ W Lg -|yf J*nSi .‘Mnjj OI tiff I Of Fifth sire et. near Ll ovri, was mi illegal alcoholic fenced to serve from six months tie fore Judge VV Roger Fronrfield at 1 three year r» in the t •minty jail, I Media vesta da v Hie jury recoin- Judge Job ll M Bi o*vi na ll, after ti mended mercy' ’ and Jones was sen- youth pl* 'ailed guilt V to steahi fenced to pr»> casta a fine of $150 and monev fr* friended h >m a man who had b the Jones ph* tea small store, w * Hemilt ic lit admit ie d taking I raided bv count v detective* after op- from the , owner of th r house whe natives of Del* et Ive J tines Melt had he Ixiarde* taking $4 fro made "buy.*.” County Detective O the |M*eket tw>ok of a v ming girl. wi N Hm it Ii ii .tm* <1 that 408 lait ties of also lived I in the house The defmv beer weir fount I 111 a room bark of ant admit fed to Ass istant Distr: the store Attorney I A ll I la rn H Inal, that ti Beatty atid nile nm ' I wk Rolled W man he it vbbod had I ^friended ii rom mon wealth was when he x l a s pc nu I b's represented bv , Assistant Dud net At Hentei.ce was dr fen ted until net torncy William li McClenachan, Jr Friday, oi i William Bonneville, < Appearing bef oic Judge Charles (’ Morton a? enue. Bun Village wi Greer, Midi;* I ( ti abow kl of tile MOO pleaded ga illy to scUu tg and posse; black. Thirteen? h ti eel, Eddystone, sion of liqu im Bonney Lie s place w i pleaded guilty I* ) po* .session of liquor raided by « nuntv dot* et Ives followli Ti* was fined ll 150 and given a ans- ; numerous * umpliiints Xrrwding I** a story published bv a ><m!h Rend, Intl , newspaper, the airplane «rash that resulted in the ^ mini;    Man    Sentenced    to    dent* **t Knute ito.kne amt seven *n*e n err others was caused bv a time bomb ‘The men ar* Serve    Jail    I erin;    tither    planted aboard the plane to kill the Itrv. John J. Rev Holds (above), of Notre Dame I diversity, father Reynolds was ail eve witness to Hie murder of lake I ingle, < blea co rr -p*»rtrr Mr was to have an mop.Min d it or tine on the ill fated flight. Sentences Imposed dull I WI! of Ridley town-? Shirley o Brien, of William Servos*. of » went on trial before T. Boose of Cameron Ila, yesterday. fha:ged f, extortion and malty, continued today. » accused of attempt-loan Frank D‘Amato, vnship farmer, whose lion road they Hid seized more Tquor hi Hic WA! TTC Wile d est ant F members of Chest* Francks Pennsylv! pal Chm mug. in *ctor of Un usee pa I (' of the Min r and Vie nin Dine * v s Pre d ti int if R" hp [ lid) vt era’ As titty. Ri Bishop ■ of Hie inbred last ♦> of his ret r, in th* par Broad and M. the Bishop v umeri enate machinery would b Inch gear miking ummon the lawmr* Roosevelt was sclh temporarily, in the sorriest Ic legislative Dr with Secretary I Mon of th** Departr irranged the confr ie held either heir amil* n few da vs est inns to con-m.son on oper-m rn' State. He ire which will ■ in New York through President Hoover Specific details concerning tho proposed conference were lacking, Roo*e-vrlt meeting all questions with the lemark “you had better talk with M* Stimson ” The President-elect motored to Kl im F'bow hi> countrv hmm from (Yew York Mrs, Roosevelt, however. flirt not aerompany him She left bv train last night with her son Jam to attend the funeral of former Prosier nt C'*oli(ire at Not Hampton, Ma of the chut lson street*, win lector for thirty-three ye arr. Surrounded bv fhfcrtv-ftve of h fellow clergyman of ail dr nom in: tions. the Es hop had the ret! < honor at a birthday dinner whir was held following the mf one of the rooms in the of th? parish house. I served by a group of parish. When called upon Bishop began his rem following rsutemgnt: am just beginning lf the age^f scventy-ot He recalled rom im undertake his pastot Paul’s, vvir n he was old; ‘This is n great pleasant one. to be w of Chester again." said Bishop Ta: Referring to his years of minis' here, he expres "d th? period as “rn thirty of th" moat delightful v s of his life." He reminded the members of t a .sso<.at (on that the pastoral phase is the greatest of all e I* clergy, without t Th the Elgh! (tentative ganizafioi th* Hire? th* beer lr*- Th" 111 rn Rep Jan rh Sylvania. in era], vvhi >n? had repn •vs Powerful he ation aga h An M B' ted the I ~rt a* ion ll my bt “Ti t ions i Rufu tin n F Lu* lh the I W" intl * the final thren the prof foes o .sentcd bi • ,,f Penn not or Oft! gall .'.tiion' ie audience the assort* v discus connie beer bill. , .atli* repre-ei *• We ra ’ eonstit utiona re After all i? rendered bv * ne remains or I ore me sen tuftily every man, woman in Northamp on attempted gaze for the last tune upon the of Coolidge A crow d of from 7 ooo to in (MW) fording to pollee estimates, jos for entrance when the church d wile thrown open to the publtf 8 43 a. rn. In peaceful dignity, the state In a solid bronze c rich bv Its lack of orn Engraved upon the lid of i i was the inscription; CALVIN COOI JDGL i«7i’ <n dy lav in ie? made lentatHn to three years Detect iv* Arnold MneNeal told of making burs" of liquor in the place When county deft ct! vc* raided the place on Beptem- found ll v’.is testified Attorney Muhael Reps defended Grabowski with Assistant District Af'orn* v Guv G deFuria representing the commonwealth Jailed tor Robbery Ha mud Se i ie Roff cif lipper Darbv, pleaded guilt v to robbery befoi*’ Judge Greer and wa sentenc*d to pay a fine of 5100 and sen from He v cost mr trouser in-hand He Upon th* U'lf I v mg: 'd in froci md black foul thud gill Hi f Mrs Coolidge hands were cr* weje roinjKised ■r of h gho nn Cfi Hi left themselves. The committee, h*adr ator Pleine. *R * of Wise speeches will be limited s constitutional issues. Six hours of hearing ranged, the tim** to b* cliv and wunut im* were banked win ( on!inurd on l.aM Pag- I’lt.V NS I-'Kit I’KIKSTS on* to fhr prr OII police, admi ter in a fil block West Dalby, on Dee* poor eyesight iect"d that I while in tail bv Attorn#* R Assistant inst) R Toal repir wealth In a trial Dutton M .years in th*' count e.,t 'd hv Upp i Dr, h d rlfitng a cash reg) g station in the 790 Chester pike Upp einbfr 9 T’he man ha and Judge Git r ch tie receive In' alme it Hr 'tit in •tit' whose horn** was found 460 bottles of home brew, was fined f inn and costs and given a suspended sentence of from three mouths to three year? Williamson, repr* * riled by Attorn* Mutinies Dougherty, elauned the beet was for his own consumption. George OU, also of Darby, war. fined $300- and costs and given from two months to three years in th-county Intl for violating the ltquoi laws OU, was found breaking a pint bottle of liquor, when county detectives raided hi*' home George Sadler and William Irving. Negroes of West Cheater, were returned to th* Eastern Penitentiary * »i totaling their parole, when they pleaded guiltv to stealing chicken* Continued on I ast Parc I hit VIMAX XMAS HRIN*! < Kl.I'.ltlt V I KI) in M home on the Knr raided on August 4 than IOO barrels of At Ute inst tem of court, D’Amato pleaded guilty to possession of liquor aud was fined IAGO and given a suspended sentence by Judge Albert Dutton M ac Dade. Czckay. Plait, O’Brien and Senna* were convicted In connection with the same case. at the June term of court, and were sentenced to serve two years each in the county jarl. Judge MacDade later granted the men a new trial. The trial continued thts morning, and lf is expected that the case will . iv* i    i    r°nt»nue throughout the »iav. as Kuagr; Jurx Discharged Judge Boose must return to hts own court Monday. According to the story D’Amato told Assistant District Attorney C William ( amhria county, after Kraft yesterday, he was awakened rariv In the morning of August 4 by a knock on the door of his home. Seizing a shotgun, he said, he went downstairs, opened the door. and found the four men standing there He said that he did not recognize Jillions AT ODDS: ('OI nj) NOT AGREE Foreman \cciiscs One of I sinu Improper Eau- A lur\ was discharged at Media ft of Kbimburg, morning bv Judge Charles c. Greer, lf had failed to reach a verdict after 44 hours’ deliberation When the Jury returned to the courtroom, the foreman, John McCarthy, of F< Judges Greer, B Meld, w ho cpi* dinned McCarthy as to Hie conduct of the juror* in Hie jury room, that improper language had been ii** *1 ut tin MKiin particularly i>v juror N«* ll, John ll Dare. of Yeadon The foiemau said the vole wa* ll stone informed m* H,,f1 *'hrn they demanded $500 mall and Frone- from h,m hr riOM<1 ^e door and at- tempted to use the telephone The men broke down the door, D Amato said, and when thev started shooting at him. he returned the fire Slim fly afterwards, several members of the State Highway Patrol, P  , __ with    shotguns    arrived on the scene W™...    DAn,«to    surrendered    A    srjrh Dale *»f saving. ‘ If the other ll voted for acquittal" he would "vote guilty". Dare was then called before the of the house revealed the hqu >r on the third floor and Sergeant J. J. Toohev. af the State Highway Patrol Court and said that he probably had ,elephoned Deputy Sheriff Harry used strong language I did say, that ‘* *    11    nnr«•** * I ,.nllr,„d on Ult rift TAXI’A VK irs* CKOI I* WIKI- .VIK KT ll KUK ,') i 1 before Judgr Dade, four C -d of stealing i acquitted In a Alb I e r I ma' ) tv mg • 1 Si tu ated today Ukrainian Rn* tan an*! Greek lox residents of this city, and •crvu*-a were brid in the tilter < ontinurd *»n Last Page d bv Sen-onsm. ruled olply to the were nr-ided equally Re IN THIS DKX ESE ('DENTY I. (). O. E. MEETS AT DA RBN BFR NE I) JANER LOWED TO PORT ehurrh work i. deavors of th personal cont.’ man ran * <p * tion and prrr* He intimated ; compensat ion.' total work bn) in times of , i try William A Mf A ant pastor of the I rn in a* Church, Second and Ne ;• in* i mon or which n know hi to them st t one of ti 'rived Hoi' Ten tile fr i rnd son* DENN TEM NO ’ BONDI ED BOEHNE ht ate Heart is street*, priests in be tran -erday bv J; UP rn IU p annou Dougher lung rleru tor of t i Cornwall! red by the R who has been tor at the Church of St. Catherine of Sienna. Reading Pa his first work in the ministry Bishop ins the Notre Dame football coach’s Other changes afire mg county bv fire, was towed Into port here to- ; Taitt told of hLs dutlfg „ Sf,con(1 drafh. assistant to a pastor in Philadelphia, been a balm to nrinYr.s of Ii CHERBOURG. France. Jan. UP* —The hulk of the burned-out grrgation, liner A'lantique, all but destroyed    ruining    to some remin:. witnevs in spe Ute Rock ne met death y a bomb intended for ' ie f.,;iiohs Lingle rase, ulat.on today coneem- Th ant fthar Mr Nr parishes are ome a.“o I - s He will francis P •i*'anf rer- More than INO members of th* f*1 Nu Older of Odd Fellows, from varloc* doxt 2 .sections of the county, greeted Oraiul Folio1 Master Archibald Grant and his staff dun *• I on his official *,».•.it t*» Orptiaiv Re v nine a Lodge No 132, Dalby, last night    I    v*    nu A sp* rial session was held. at which which t ine the past grands degiee of the *»f th* Ort ii* speed Orthodox churches in the West End, Row I am last evening and thts morning I lie churches in which Hie Chrtst-m.t nn « • were sung Ute Ukrainian Orthodox, field in the National Home, at Fourth and Ward street*. Rev. P Dylan; Church of th* Holy Oho t, <Ukratn-I an-Greek). ’Ihtid ai streets, Rev. K. ‘nierxl* St. Nicholas, *R'ISMHI1*( dox •. 2 13 West Fourth Following the age-old Ukrainian parer! tw bight, kept v g Star," Hie ai signaled the ca holiday fest! would vote the ethel I didnt mean it; then lie blasphemed me,** ss,srrted Dare The Court then questioned other Jurors, Judge Ft oil'held said: “It is the priv ilege oi ain hunt to stand against the other eleven if lit is sincere and fair. 2Howcvrr. we exiMTt all juror* to behave properly in Hie jury rooms Their arguments should Im* conducted quietly without displaying any feelings and without loud or improper language, or any vulgarity ' The case was that of Roy C. ho Jived at the Salvation Army Hotel, Philadelphia, a former employe of a (ain Helgl A meeting under the auspices of Hie Delaware County Taxpayers Association will tie held at the Che ter Chih on Hie evening af Tuesday. Jan-narv lo a; a o'clock To this meeting all of Hie members of the Property Owners Division of the Chaster Real Estate Board, as well as any turn    at Clifton    other Interested persons have been Height.-    who wa arrested    bv Darby    invited The meeting will commence prill* <•    <    ti    Nov    rriber 2.1 on    the com-    promptly at R ocloek. and will br de- piaiiit    the    mother of Robert    voted lo an explanation of the pur- order was conferred on a class of 19 righting the star, tile < past grands of different lodge* in the which at this time w county.    event, wa* partaken of Lodges represented at the meeting ’he devotional service.*, wrra: William Penn, No. 273, of Ul'd to Rtait Marion. Upland, No 253. and Cheater, All evening the boom No 263. of this city; Farmers* and bells in tile towers of Mechanics’, No. 185, of Marcus Hook I Hai vvir k iwitch, and • ck Ort boree! . . tom. ehli-ge last cvetch for the cai anre of mencernent irs. Upon lung meal a special lUer which £ I Sp lar cf, 12 who claimed that Row-had accosted him on Milt! street Row hills was * barged with a.v a ult with improper intentions. When Uh* jury was discharged, A<-slstant District Attorney Guy G De-Furia h: t ii Hint Row Ian.*, present a new txmd for $ I OOO t»«i| and in* re-quest wa* granted bv Hie Court. HOV, ON SK VT KS III Vtl'S AI TOMOHIKK jMises of the as.sociation and the proposed measures to effect actual cash reduction* in the amounts which th? taxpayers of thts city and county shall have to pay this year. As the membership of the association has grown very rapidly since its I initial meeting two weeks ago, the attendance is likely to exceed the rapacity of the auditorium of th# Chester Club in which case arrangements to seat Hie other Will be made in the communicating rooms re ariled- I No charge other titan “aerldeni" being prefer ted, Joseph M O Brlen of the 2100 block Madison street, was he heavy ins thief I opicsot ] im cs churches sounded on the night air released In his own recognizance to A Sr* started in a here while th* family u is a" • \    Thai s A controversy developed among where he wa? tench and Dutch tug companies jnK fnr p,)01‘ 'r salvage rights, which may be HCH. A dispatch from Amsterdam iii * i -mated the Dutch intended to claim til? Atlantique, r n'ending that thtc Dutch sailors from th'1 tug La wit Z?e were the first aboard the blazing ship The commander of a French torpedo boat, hov Dutch boarded Ut Atlantique IO minutes afirr the French The liner was considered a to*?! !'\vR but reports now indient" the hulk mav be worth n<’d the task of car's. He cave a deman interest and The theory was included in a ropy- Rpv Vincent F Hamilton from as-    Trne    No    27f)    f)f    Rov.    Trpf>    HTld    From    nine    to    IO    o’clock the voiles of appear when wanted when arraigned k" ‘rwJlTJh^n fh/fir, cZ-\ n.,I roo ehted article in the News-Time* sistant re* tor. Church of ive Holy Kossuth, No 393, of Media    clergymen    were heard «hunt mg pj poller* court today. ri which said ned .scription of th< • ontinurd on Lest Fa? ( EOI I)' . M ARMER WRATHER FOR AREA Increasing cloudiness and warmer weather arc prrdic!ed today in Ka -ern Pennsylvania. New Jer ?v Dr 1?-wrre nn*l Maryland. There be light rain and colder weather tonight, and tomorrow will be fair and much colder. The hight I temperature here yesterday was    53,    af 3    p. rn    .    and    the lowest was 35.    at    8 30    a rn    The    average of 44 was eleven degrees above normal rom the Delaware Breakwater to for the date but six degrees below Eastport, Me., today, with high wave,* the avera; * January 6 las* year pounding the shores of New Jersey Maximum temperature for the date and the New England States. Small is 62, established in 1929. and min-shipping was endangered. Tile unum I in 1896. weather bureau Issued a storm warn- Sunrise today was at 7.23 a. rn and ing for the area.    sunset will    be    at    4 52 p.    rn ,    Eastern --................ Standard tim' CU sue.! a blast Th? story wj men* of Comm Department of official of Not. The New -Ii apparently was Fr. John Revn* that, govern-e:cd evidence ri I v r>*p. • • - at ion offte.H.,* i a distant rec- Stephen, Dame University (’ un from “un- ®Pirlt* Sharon Hun tor, Church of St Ca rbon Rev Christopher L Purcell, from assistant rector, Church of St. Chai)*:, Cornwells Heights to assistant rector Chun ii of lh' Holy Spirit, Sharon Hill. Rev. John E. Dunn, from assistant rcrtm. Church of S* Francis Springfield, to a*.*i tan; rec<or. Church of St Catlrrine of Sienna Reading, an STOR M \5 XKN ING R \ I ^I Ii NEW YORK, Jan 7 tUP>- A orm swept up the Auantic Coast con vie! ion of I inc Alfred <J; Tribune rrpo;tr Reynolds, said booked passage on ' Rock ne and sev?:! < 31. 1931 Al the the paper, he chan went west bv rail. four da vs before in Bi ei Lu he Nev the bon cr the R C. a Vt led in t! a for sis ?, Chic,*: Times, had e plane in which her . died Match vt moment, said *d his plan* and H" had testified ie Brother* trial Depart ment at Kansas City crash which co Kun . said the d* nee to indtci if Conimene official.' who investigated th' curred near Wichita ’ had found no eva-ueh a bomb plot HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv I niled Pip**.) I II I ll (.It Al IRK AT JEFFERSON P\RK District firemen    were    called    out shortly after 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon to extinguish a grass fire in the vicinity of Twenty-second and Hvatt streets. The fire in a vacant lot. caused no damage and wa quickly extinguished. The alarm wa I—Quaker    Mays.    Or Syntax.    Gobi    rnt    m    th"    electriral    s*.-tem Ridgr, Rireiardn. Beton. Rill Or- from bo- 4! anse. Drastic Celt, lie^erve, Social (limber. !—The Judge. ( aghast™. Raffler ( on B'tundor. Dorothy Dale. Mod Wise, One Long Hop. Occurrence, Gorgeous. It-o. ,”>—Dreamy    Belle.    Our Pride,    BHI (ap. Pol Iv Ewell, false Piet* Toytown. Pubs. Buds C hoice, ()<-tavia. C hristmas Box, I—Barashkova, La "aile. 5—None. 9—Princess Nanty, Bavette Eronk. "iiasta Lover, "allv Irene I.ella Lee. Hamburger Jim. Dorothy Dirks. Gallop Along. Hard Rock Axenhv 7 — Winnie C Balanic MI, Pacheco. New gro. Beau Wrark. Prered*. "t-onrbeart Baritone, Cousin .Iud1'. P*-k $vr. 8— Declared off Weather clouds, track fast. At Washington. D C, Department of Justice operatives .said they were making no inquiry. The New**-Timer article predicted denials by all concn ned. DAV IS’ ELECTION NOT CERTIFIED Those without representation were: Port Clifton Heights No 960, of Clifton Heights; Upper Birmingham, No 94<i of Upper Birmingham, and Benevolent No 4ft of Rockdale Following the installations, a school of instruction was conducted bv the grand officers Chester Lodge wa.*, represented at the meeting with a total of 20 members and Upland Lodge had a representation of 13 member,* The ; flair was climaxed by a buffet lunch- HE A TK N VIAN SVVS 2 MKN ATTA* KKD HIM NJMKD ( ll A I’t.A IN OK POUSH HERION Regaining cot ■ isn* In Hv Presbyterian Hospital in Philadrl- At a recent meeting of the Polish phia today, Dennis Boyle 30 told Legion of American Veteran.* Post No detectives tha' two men in a large jj nf {nis rt)y f^.v Gabriel Krau edan attacked him and Rose Mr- recently appointed recto! of S' Hen Closkey. 19 Whose mutilated bodv was wig’* Polish Church, of Fourth and found in Fairmount Park yesterday Haves streets was appointed chap-Boyle, who was found In a dazed iaif) condition on the Mr**** bv three men Officer.-, elected tor th*- ensuing year be took Miss Mc- are; J. Jlolchak, commandant, F Darwin unable to ink. vice commandant; I Fascia, ad -k#>,'s    jutant;    V, Volski, financial secretary; •    ■    i* em wifh him in geant-at-arms; J Kruya anti M she was dead Zn (hut, color-he:* ref,■ the rlti bells a good-w This gall a' nine o merits and Oi tod a v After the ut ti 'es. th** message of FIKE PETITION IN B WK RE PTO • ann n 109 Wo Wife, Kl*, lawn av*' [Mille O’Brien walked Into police station last nigh* and reported, that while driving j Me I rn e i Richard Strain, 1710 Walnut .street, roller ck • *d in front, of his automobile and wa* knocked down O’Brien took the boy to the (”ro/,er Hospital, where the victim wa treated and admitted for observation. The only other automobile accident recorded yesterday was between cars *lrlveil tty George A Me* lek. of Boothwyn, and Andrew Foul)*, Sixtieth and Rare streets, Philadelphia, a1 e,stale op- at 'Third and Welsh streets Both a M Ardu- machines were Highth’ damaged, bu' he occupants escaped injury Tile host way to learn all about women va to marry one and .she will mg. the devotional* be->cl*Kk, continuing until Ail in.-ill' cMabllsh-by the I kl alnuin, Greek ; I* id* ills will he closed til** people join in the t hi* M*a>,on Seventeenth .street and tell you all about then ie, yesterday afternoon in in V Ph M* e Vera I hours aft* Closkey for a w describe their a'u He refused to the girl who had th** park, unawt Police .said Hie Patrick MCC lo* k* aware * Jam* I receiver to K R. Pern JIH Bvw*K)d. it a*to; ne- William C if Media, filed a petition bankruptcy proceedings fore Judge O B I.firkin• i (I S’ a '*• I *, ti let Com *, with no .*< hedtlle of li-MKCtS. Albert E. Hoi), of ■ ,n tsi nk i uptry for Dcl-y, was named r* terce. Gilliland was appointed Tied R P»*rry, trading a* Drug 8*or*'    14    Brookline VK TEM OE SLAYJN(i KNOWN IN DARBY So many divorces were granted at Media la"t year that one would be led to believe that that marriage vow reads “Until debt doc* us part." Wi know a hanker who wrote a bart poem and nothing wax said chout it But let a poet write a bad check. From remarks of Charlie Boyle, we conclude that some of our plumbers are as fast taking out a license ' v .ca doing a job. A man who claims he boarded a Darbv trolley car h**re found himself a Pf butch, Tha’s beth r se mea than one would expect. Rose a veil ii* brutal! mount in a < Haring* PhlJariel murder* Park, wa adv stor* in. in Dai 9 JI, piua, Any married man who married for looks will agree that he gets 'em when he arrives home late for dinner. cher, Mr sd to then uie vaid. Brookline;    6808    Market eft, Upp* r Darbv and 403 Shade-id avenue, Drexel HUI, under bond Persian Cat Soon Recovered Another booster of Chester Times classified advert f ?m-nts it Mr. Ti F Rsy, of 1403 Ridley aven a-Mrs. Ray owns a Persian ca and the other night the pet failed to show no at home Mr- Ray did riot d -pair of securing the animal's return. She inserted a Times ad in the lost and found department, and here is what «h** says We were glad to get our pet hack The classified advertisements sure;** work quickly. Th"' cat was returned th" morning after the advert; *mcnt appeared friendship in the belief Boyle wa too old for Ro** I Mink Ive t j\ .ne t*: ii.* id Rose ’ Defective Suirmie:scale, of the horni-nde squad aid thine mg her parents do not know she was w ith him " Physicians *a;d Boyle had little chance of recover' HARRISBURG. Pa.. Jan 7 -'UP» —Pennsylvania authorities arc apparently waifing for the last minute" to certify the ic-elect ion of Senator Jamr* J Davis to the United fi’at'-* Set ie f > *'nrd tf.... .    .... it i ;    .' •.*d he: ANO I HER ll LARIM> ON Governor Pinchot wou’d not issue a certificate of election in Davis’ ca.* • until aft'r the lacers trial on lottery chare* s this month, in New York. RAMSEY RONI) ( ASK SHOO I . SI I I    IHI    s 'HAO, August Bch rn ;dt    »8    of Phiiade!- pJiia, shot himself thru' rh the righ’ temp*' toosjr HAU.    ?*d    t* shave When pollee reached hi.' home in answer to a summon.* lion; neigh bot , Uvv found hun quit v ft* h'ring * fa* e A’ tS' I ;k He. f a1, pliv , elans removed th"    ',2    ».-fibre bullet and said he would recover .MISS DODGE ENG \G! D STRI VK BY TA X KWR; SERIOUSLY I NM I BED Flank Kinder, 19 of 5123 Ogden street Philadelphia .suffered a po* sib’* fracture of th** skull yesterday. * hen iv* ''a. .--t I u* k bv a taxicab on We*t Ch*" fer pike near Park avenue. Millbourne He wa removed to the De. a war*? County Hospital. 'Hie cab for a period She resigned months ago t in a central f Speaking of Ing, Mr?, Hat mer employer Closkey a- a ambitious, wa Hon. of her iverrord s found n Falr- fortneriy *mployd Difllcultle* In learning to read a:# ondu< ted by J W four times as common in boys aa when- .she worked among girls, rays a neurologist. lout eight months Which may account for dads cookish ion about four m tent failure to read whats on ac*epi a fiimUai one mother’s mind. h** traizedv this morn- A man may be telling the truth • at the house Consider the * >ctnt :    ’•<    ho    thorn:h washer, vacuum cleaner, electric iron ret ung di and other things. —    I    was driven by Isadore Greenbtirg. of Another    hearing br* fore .Judges    The    *ruau rn * n ^ of NI r. s Jan*'    . Sixth :f 1 '■ t n* a r Pop I ar, Riuladel- Official computation of ’he Nov em-    Fronefield    and Broomall with ref-    Dodge,    daughter of Director of Public    phia Kindler was pushing a .mali b*: election returns in Pennsylvania    ‘,n    pair re*’' bond *a e    Salety    Kern Dodge and J Allen    cart in which he had be* n gathering WW complet-'d . month ago by th' wh“ln jBm"M n.ilcm. Ch-st.r    Jr    of    New    York    will    W State Election Bureau, but to date    *    •    n    rxrxAimr^H    ut    ii    Hmnrr    t    Arx    lur    h?    in    thi r. . .    .    .    .    attorney    is    seeking    to    have    state-    *ibno    in<aed at a dinner torngh in th* Davis re-"lee;ion has not been cee- t mad, by vano,iS rount of. Dodge home    Ingles,de,    Oerman- ’lfied to Governor Pinchot and no    **— r»wn«a-i«u,- U A K ll MAN Af « I "ED effort has U. S Sen been made to notify the finals, got underway at Media thi* town, Philadelphia.    . -  .PLEASANTVILLE,    N,    J, Jan. 7— morning bu’ up to the noon ho.a    SCHOOL    DISTICH    I    MDH)    T’P WL nam G. H "a:    IU    a no testimony had been    recorded,    the    nlffht watchman was held without tim? being devoted to argumenta    be-    The State Council    of Education    at    bail today on a charge of murder in tween Mr. Rankin and    Solicitor WL-    Harrisburg granted advance    loans    of    connection with the fatal shooting WASHINGTON. Jan 7 UNS) ham?    $89,000 to 16 needy    -rhool    dLstriet    of his wife Arma, 21. in their home •e • , of ’    *    .93    .    I*    fonai    e ti a* .r hep -    •    A*-    *-ng th* dr' "IG aided ic the CO rn- .. • •    ' I *    •*    <    r    •    a man od I I"5.336 49, expend.’ure? $11,291,335.97. be continued throughout the after- c;l is upper Chichester township, in hi wife were scuffling, according to ■ customs receipts f2,637,785 25.    noon.    I    thus    county,    allotted    $8000.    Bostwick s statement, to police. I’. S. I IU X" J R V BM \N( E Jan. Rim^ Around Moon; What Does It Mean? A ring around tile moon, probably caused by frozen mist in the upper atmosphere attracted the gaze of many persons last night and revived a lively controversy on its portent ’ Home people many people believe that it means cold weather coming, ’ said Dr. Albert Harris Wilson Haverford College astronomer Astronomically, it has no significance, since it undoubtedly is due to atmospheric conditions. I should ay it was caused by ice particles.” J he Weather Weather forecast--Eastern Pennsvl-vania: Generally fair and colder tonight and Sunday with probably light snow in extreme north and west portion tonight. Western Pennsylvania:    Generally fair and much colder except probably snow flurries in extreme north portion tonight: moderate cold wave In north    portion tonight;    Sunday fair and ( older. New Jersey: Fair and much colder tonight and Sunday. TODAY’S TEMPER ITI FE 6    rn.......38    IO    a.    rn.......46 7 a.    rn....... 39    ll    a.    m.......46 8 a rn ...... 40 Noon ...... 48 9 a.    rn.  .....44    I    p.     ........ ;