Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania
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PRIC K, TWO CENTS
THIS GENTLEMAN PREFERS BLONDELL XlTHNFK PI TS I P
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PINCHOT BIDGET MESSAGE READ TO LEGISLATURE
SC HOOL I IN WTT; TALK FOR TE.XLI I KRS
TWO ADDITIONAL JUDGES NEEDED IN THIS COUNTY
CONGRESSMAN IS SUICIDE VICTIM
PINCHOT ON HIS STATE POLICIES
Delaware County Repro sent at ive Proposes Sal ar) Drop to S2A00
F e o n o in v Ave (trderecl Swung in Every Branch of Government
Resolution Sent to State legislature by the Bar
County Member Strong Address on Floor of the Senate
hunt Session (lathers to Listen to Governor's Biennial Talk
‘recent Jurists Are Now ( (impelled to Work Man) Overtime Hours
Points to Governor's Message Given at Opening of Legislature
Harrisburg, Ph . Jar lfi ur>
Th** Pennsylvania House of Representatives today sidetracked the first step toward reducing their own salaries
Rep Ellwood J Turner Republican organization whip. had his saiarv-reduclng resolution referred to the judiciary general committee for
The resolution would have prov ided immediate action on a bill to reduce legislators' salaries from $.1000 to $2 .SOO for the current session only.
Speaker Talbot urged on newly appointed committee chairmen prompt action on all bills submitted to them. His remarks were allied with Republican organization plans for a speedy session and nud-April adjournment
In the Senate C. J Stickman. Hucks annotated the appointment of a sub* committee of the Corporations Committee to study the business corporation code and the non-profit corporation code.
Both branches of the General Assembly will remain here this week tor a Wednesday session, it was announced
Senator Harris. Allegheny, Introduced a bill to appropriate $5,(157,968 for mothers' assistance during the next biennium.
The Governor began his budget message to the joint session of the i House and Senate at ll .>5 a rn After ' his presentation by l ieut-Governor Edward Shannon
He stood directly under the red- . cloaked flume of William Penn in i the mural painting He spoke evenly. swift Iv. raising his voice only slightly to emphasize special points.
At one point he stopped and asked whether budget chai s hid bern distributed. Feeble responses indicated they hadn't been so Pmrhot eliminated reference to them tarried iii the prepared copy of the message.
'Ihe governor sponc for 42 minutes t Immediately after he left the chamber, the Joint session dissolved and ;
The Legislate e will be • sk<d to v v
provide for two addition.''I dgc<- for rn JJaNggfef a
this county, according to a resolution . ,• • mm y ' ^ TA-
pa.-.sed bv the Delaware (’■ in tv B JJ&vwW I I *
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ri'Mphia According t *• this pul in-, .loan Rlnnriell. the movie actress, and her
lf :« an imposition on our Judges cameraman husband. George Barnes, are honeymooning happily In New
o rennin them, a he1 now do 'n york following their reeent marriage. I here were two marriages, to be
work on Sa rn rn aafternoon; nights exact. for following a ceremony in Oregon I Nev staged another in Arizona
and houri. ' the I poi' se* forth In be sure of its legal!!v.
* The method of selecting the two new Judges, whether they should be appo.ntec. bv the governor, or elected by the people wa>> le.f* tc ' the discre-< .on of our representatives "
It was brought out in the report Chat *■. et 4 (term of eon it. bo? h criminal err; .vii brings two visiting aril'*1 * > Mr Ti*. There are sufficient 9*1 « - is »o man five courtroom; a »%' rn * id Had w> additional
VIAM FACT! RKRS II0I.II ELECTION
Charles A. Turner Succeeds Everett L. Kent as President
WM. 0. Mid,URR PASSES AWAI
SELE DEFENSE PLEA AUD ITS
SEEK VOLUNTARY LAM) REDUCTION
nrmer City Controller Failed to Recover From Injuries Sustained in Fall
i educt Ion recommended * teachers' colleges. A pi la! ion of but, $.1,000,-
STOEVER DIM E CO.
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Mc Cl.CRK. TI RNKR HE VI) COMMITTKKS
Significant changes in the chairmanship* and personnel marked the list of Senate committee* toriav Senator Harry R Scott Centre was renamed head of the important Appropriations Committee, but Senator William D. Mansfield, friendlv to Governor Gifford Pinchot, lost the i hairmanshlp of the Education Committee, which, during the present session, will handle amendments to th- school code Mansfield failed even to gain membership on the committee,
The Finance Committee chairman-.‘ .ip, held two years ago by Senator Frank Baldwin, who was elected auditor general, went to Senator John J. McClure, of this connu Executive nomination*, also held bv Baldwin. wa* given to Senator Chauneev W Parklnaon
Parkinson, however, was replaced a* law and order chairman bv Sen ator Jo*eph C Trainer. Philadelphia Representative Ellwood J. Turner. of this countv. was named chairman of the House Public Utilities Committee.
LAVAL BRINGS SCHOOL BOARD HP DEBT ISSUE CONSIDERS RIDS
DORRANCE TAXES (THLD HEALTH NEARER EOI! PA. PENTER OFFICERS
SENATE WITS TO MILKMAN FOILS PUSH REPEAL BILLi TRY AT HOLDUP
Ref uses to Elected at Meet inn Held S. Kills Yesterday; Interesting Reports Submitted
Supreme Court Reconsider; Equity Bill
AsKn IWO (ISI POS I \GI
House, However, Issues Speeds Warning That Amend- Two
mcnts Must Be Made Halt
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, in a per curium opinion im tided down today at Harrisburg, refined to terr mirier It' derision upholding lh** ) .gill of th* commonwealth to rolled inheritance lase? on the $115,-I 000,000 ' Slate of the late Dr. John T. Dorranre, head of th*- Campbell .Soup Company.
Chief Justice Robert S Frazer wrote the opinion of the court while a riis-senting opinion wa,* filed bv Justice William I Schaffer, Judge J huh B Drew joined in tile dissenting de cl ion but filed no opinion
Penn ’ iv arna lair) claim *o a tax of more than $17000,000 on tile estate of Dr Dorrance, while New Jersey av rn ting he was a legal resident I hr; e sought ’O roller I a $12,OOO,OOT) mherttanie ’ax The .Stale Supreme Court, reviewing the case after Hie United States Supreme Court distr, nu. rd the appeal of til*1 Dorrance executors on tile contention that all
WASHINGTON. Jan. IO Representative Cable < R >. Ohio. introduced a bill to reduce the first cia" po* tag* rate from three to two cen s.
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' Connie Mack not : early to retire" reads a headline Neither are several
local bobbies, but they can't help it.
So Jar. no committee hies even mentioned the job of one certain cifv cm* ploxr Probably boc use few- persona know he even works for tile city.
First Baldwin Engine
Built IOO Yearn Ago
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WEST END HOME SCENE OF ROBBERT
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Rank. Winter Neighbor, Billy Oneal, (’anlages lr.
2—Terror, Queen Bessie, Broadway < all. Kings X„ Infinitive, Gold ( rev es.
I—Bon Rohbv, (.lad Effort, Marv-mede, Salty Triassic, Eeano.
6—Brtfandot. Pe* Cardines, Queen Ann. Park Ray, Inca. ria* Bird
7—Xrrue. Rosie fora sure Hills
Dealer, r * * « a I o n r ( hirming
w-*th*r, desr. tes-k. fast.