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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET P \ I l> ( IRCI CATION KOK SIV MON I HS IN D IN Ct >1 Kl I MR! R 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17. IM. I «W«t W::f Report* of United Pie** (UP and International Ne** Sen .• + - INS » CHESTER. PA.. TH CRS HAV, JANUARY 12. 1023 EIGHTEEN PAGES BANKRUPTCY HILL SPEEDED IN HOI SE ON HOOVER’S PLEA Leaders Rally Quickly lie-hind La (I u a rd i a - M c-Kcown Measure Contemplates Relief to Factory Worker, Farm'r and the Banks WASHINGTON, Jan 12 UP Congress tod. •> rushed prepare? rn of chaotic legislation in lighten the crushing bolden of debt under which the nation has struggled through three years of abnormal economic conditions. It aas spurred to action wf a spc- , rial message from President Hoover and by the unqualified endorsement of lean.rn; I) nu* : ut ic spokesmen. With unusual unanimity and nonpartisan acc ord, leaders of all schools of though? rallied behind the LaGuar-d;a-McKeown bill. 'I his legislation would enable individuals and corporations to obtain a postponement and. in some eases, a sealing down, of debts. Technically, the measure is a liberalization of the Federal bankruptcy procedure. Actually, it contemplates revolutionary revision to brim? relief from 'he top-heavy burdens of debts contracted when prices were high and dollars cheap. It was hailed rn congressional circles as a direct frontal attack on the depression—a bold at - , tempt to adjust business to chanced circumstance*. The measure proposes a tremendous reorganization of industrial finance and a real moratorium for individuals caught beneath mounting debt* II contemplates relief or the factors worker unable to pav for his installment- bough? radio; for the farmer, staggering beneath the load of a mortgage contracted on the basis of boom times and dollar wheat; for flu great railroad, threatened wt'h bankrupcy through inability to obtain refinancing. The proposed bill, to be present"d to the House Judiciary committee for action Friday, is divided tn'o three? sections. Otic deals with individuals and small businesses. the second, w Ii larger corporations; the third, with railroads The average citizen, struggling with salary reductions, or no salary at all, JAPAN STORMS WALL AS DRIVE FOR JEHOL BEGINS TAX PENALTIES ARE REMOVED BY SCHOOL BOARD Notion Taken to Offset Anticipated Short aye in Operating Income    4 Taxpayers' ('o-opcration Is Imperative to Make the Move Successful g.iy o clock until la - * midnight in the I .ukin School. B:«h<1 and Crosby street.*, an important resolution af-f'•< mg the removal of penalties on hi ». taxes vvas approved bv Hic school <1 tree;ors a.* an emergency measure to rn ct an anticipated shortage sn lop rating income and as a move in eo-t peration with the many taxpayers who arr alnath heavily burdened Of fit mis of the board, explaining flu- purposes of the action on the tax penalties question, mad* the follow mg statement: "On the basic of the present receipts ti school taxes, the finance committee has reached th*' conclusion that. utile.** ta apa vers or this city co-operate auh the board of school director*, in pav inept of taxes j now in arrears a shortage of income to meet current expenses will be in* evitable and it ta possible that such .shortage may reach a fsgu:*- in the neighborhood *>{ otic hundred thousand dollar*. It is certain now, that iftor every economy has b en put into effect, the neecsMUv income to carry on th*- * bool will t>* in.sufft* lent unless iii*' ta spa vers a- amie their share of the responsibility and reduce th* list of delinquent taxpayers, which ii at the present time the largest in the history of the school district It aas further stated that While present economic conditions aft*>* •hr ability <’f many taxpayers to nice* their taxes, the directors of the board believe tIvat many, who are able to pav, are awaiting possible action bv Hie Blate legislature remitting penalt Ie In order to meet PRISONER AND CAPTOR PALS NOW mien, TWO CENTS EZEH AY PLEADS* GUILTY TO MANY INDICTMENTS ( Hester Township Official Is Confronted by \ ic-tims at His Trial Failed to Record Cases in Docket and to Make Return of Fines We are all familiar with Hie old bromide I hr world is i small plaee after all,* hilt few of us have a* good rrusntt to na© the expression a* has Private (’. K Mark, the univ pro lie in the- I    turn    holden* the Con gressional Medal Stark is shown rn itll llemrii h Hurter, one of (he ten (irrmxn soldier*, w tiom hr r aptured n*-,*i An dun in |i|H. for which feat Slack re* c*vrd (He country’s highest awald for gallantry in I ntnn ( it *. V J. V .th more than a , 11itw’' confront ing hi peace Joseph H Cl town hip. pleaded g* Rsn Sherwood, of V men ta charging ex! uncr, misfeasance nn fiffice, mtsbehav ior col ■< • ing fines ill* g Judge Sherwood t until another ease was convicted with Con of Ridley township Const of Tinicum t >wnship, ai Servos*, of Eddystone Ss A I of the dof* r Lints in • HUS I• mot inn fi r new t ▼est ©rd av, Drek nj wa fines from J ti : n w Mire of the of Ch* afer Wore Judge o 53 Indio t- n, ma {lea s* .-feasance ,n office and ■cd s< ntence vs.‘ii cocksy table Putt. ihlc (I Brim. id William disposed of. lls case ha • e ni l. SLOT MACHINES CHESTER COUPLE (AINE TROCHEE WEI* FIFTV YEARS Two Men, in Whose Stores Mr. a tiff Mr*. Win. I’ro- ; accused of 3 men and Kubler now live* women, for all kind'' of offense*, ranging ft*»m breaking windows to burg- _______   „    I lary, and failing to record the cases in his docket Tie also failed to turn ! rn filles over 1 *i tint '. the I >- ■ cc ( . A he township non made by I*. Smith Trim* The J NN ere Seized, I on-victed: N vs ail Sentence x <^I. Jr., Entertain II ♦♦me Recent ion tile -op \v * r ' ,* lit Pit! taxpay et •afinn w of th* bo j h 'ti tenner *f possible a ii Inn the deluded to Extern Continued on Page Sixteen K DWA RI) VVI NTE I) TO LOOK IN WINDOWS An unchartered four planned In the mind of 3-year-old Edward Mc* Glnnts, 720 Highland avenue, last night, was short-lived, but for an In n or so he Cleated plenty of excitement The child's disappearance was nob d bv hi* mother and when File was unable to locate him in his usual haunts she called police to aid in the search. While neighbors and police were considering forming a posse to find Edward, and while the thoughts ©* kidnaping ran through th*' minds of some, the boy strolled horn*' wondering what it was all about. H- only took a walk as far as Third street to do some window shopping Mrs. George Ram bo. 822 Elsinore place, who was reported missing two davs ago, return'd home yesterday No explanation of her absent *' was elven to police. China’s forly-renturles-»»lcl Great Wall I* the mc ne of modern wci ir a    -    freon*    shirt    their    in vasion of Jehad, bud C bines© provi.i'-e north of the wall. This • triking picture, firmed in one of the watt’* great tower*, shows the -real brl* k and earth harrier a- i* extend* serpent-lib ** ox r the mountain*. Impregnable for centuries against the attacks of Manchu emperor*' *«>ldier*, the Great \4 ill ti'n, is stormed bv bombing ,»irplnn*s and tanks in one of the major battles of Japan's Mum burian ririv-. Fin ll Marant in were con Broom a ll ma* is ')* • Sen'* nee I he ii count v * i ll -Inurn? othei a g chine; vv which sh. ( outinued on Pa STANLEY THEATRE CRICKS ARK CI T «!;■    > Prior to lh! FRIGID WEATHER HALTS CHINA WAR J a pan pup Advance Into .J< hoi Province Delayed; ( old Affects (runs FAIR AND COLDER WEATHER FORECAST md nim h Pi .1 iv.rn* ng tem] >v rain i 'I he hi LONDON, r onrion soul Nankinr to *hal Chang to fight be settle the pear* Tully w Th Nu ni 'n believe ti fort* at eon* lain in fail prepai Jan ii’ •s un*!'' • rhmenl UP* nod abit t he •* 8 H h-I. cd Mi prep,' mr pts *:i' pi re tomorrow, ow nigh* temperature leg rec*. at *• j 40 at 12 IO p wa? fiftr«n or the date j hr" KREUGER MISSES BARED IN PROBE Witnesses Tell S'”.at** (’oui* rn it tee Dom Bonds Depreciated A general slashing of Admission price* for the Stanley Theatie in tub city was announced bv the local office of the Warner Brothers rhea tie-, today, following Hie visit of General Manager William G< Idman to (’he*- Mario Dc i storeke* p* • s n Judge John M I’ of having .sic* <i res of busine s t* »sed ofi Ft Ida? v cere    at re".ted    win ti a* es raided the est ab- 1(1 a restaurant and th* , and *etr»d the ma- X1 were of the type in *M be placed md whirl? *(l nr*' of mints when a 1,1 I ui them.    •* t a ut. t he Iii ii bines ' '■ B. C. Elite, of 224 w * tilts ct tv. who stud ! f for A. I, McNeal DI Bch wart* and r>, Rssington tried I*, ton v esterdav, in th# lr i». will Im* mu un were •lectIves ta I?ic Ii HH! i ti i <1 Bl* a half ct ii! nr r j ♦Men an I Mi! VV t in Will it st! va i \ a1 of un oi i IU' ne ma gist rate Mug ii!*'!*. •OO Hives a he VI I v, I he n err* •un rn * ha 11 and h or th for tied bn. veal date urn ti n i •d FILES APPLICATION FOR SF NY FR PERMIT PEIPING, cold on th* frontiers of fighting Chines* to delayed 'he Vance" tow ar ? < f u 7,1 VO lf ITI of water-rn possible ani to the stain foreign nu]] bet ween nt w <i ague of Nation? on were almost tiiat china in us ; gent lex. 12 *UP * them and e Ja pane? er in tense eastern brough a n d i b minimum 3 n Sunrise ti,dr sunset will iv* standard time. in lfh 4 !and'iill todav an nt I* i}>; Jchoi Japanese cap An application has been received from the city of Chester by the State Sanitary WiC't IV* - rd a? Harrisburg. for the issuance of a permit approving plans for the intercepting sewer along th*" Delaware River from Reaney t reft to the site where the city proposes to con tinct a sewage treatment plant. Funds for this work are now    Shantisikwan.    Ch in wand ac available and construction will be    Shiho    were    quiet, started In the near future.    During    the    lull    of    military This project is a part of the eompre-    foreign    diploma ti* hensive fewer system approved by the    planned    to    go    to    I citizens several years ago a* whit h    closer con tune a bond issue of two and on*--half million dollars was authorized for its construction. In line with the general plan Interceptors, trunk sewers and a sewage pimping station have Sirenfi- be n constructed Chen I* iv I v, ported. and ( IRF! LAR GASE NOLLE PROSSER Upper Darby Man Denit Taking Puff in Attack on ( dr j* r»*' -iv. a ii ll ' AS HING ■ r i n J a i: 2 -INK)-- 'n?* $ r >0 fit HA i * dcbenturea O'M, ted bv Iv r Kl I* Swedish mat king I A n ( , v hi« ii w ere t his < be! ii f ills MIK in P last 4 . is today appl" 0 $ ■) 7 50 800, I): c NX ’inklei N* t v Y rut y *■< on - md f< ' iv n i>*. lid < ■ xpert, told t he S Ii it*- B nkm H JIO 11 ee t od a y, w ink let's J of lf I 7 ii) OOO rep rose n?s appl 0 xi ma ! ely • I w * lay < ’ ii’ s on t ll* dolls! lh r> if '.st I fie# i that ha d Kl (liger not subs t it ll ted ’ intern .I < rah back of t he on IE mal d *b* •nt urea iii* K:* $ AO OOO (HK! I.s*- <■ WI mid today be ?; Ii $24 IX) OC) it oi bo • i * hull # J pal VI tie He id that when se wa.] fir ? pu I 1 the mar- * to pi< 111 aet mn Trices will be* •♦ive tomorrow On aft en Mourn* to Sat ui day in* top price will be .!'» c j seats Children w ill be •’n* x at all * mi* ? Night shows will be 30 cents I <<iii\ and 4*? cents <>icli* 11 Th* Stanley will contin ! sent nothing but the best available. Mi. Goldman’* object in visiting I th! j tty was to make hts semi-annual it p iii* ii * * f the : - al tic att'*; and to in'** 'he managers of the Delaware county and Wilmington dist 11< is in a group H*‘ was accompanied here by his assi taut Leonard Schle.singcr, and John Flvnn. division manager for Delaware county and Wilmington The meeting of the manager* wa* held in the office,"' of the Stanley Theatre, at Fourth street and Mg -moot avenue iv * I e pin . cd" bv West Fifth street h# is an opera to a pr iv ate dei i . I .vc Ii was on information that the raid tun in Assistant District Attorney Will Ft 'foal re pre *nf*d th* Cotnn wealth and Henry < . Hwency counsel tot the defendants Peter I > imen, of 303 rn in Hrnvrn t ills citv sn I IV i Hf* w ll*. a Mie*. I M* the late Mr, ii. is h native * tim* of lur 11, r. Hiitw n«1 Mr.s. r if I 11 IX maiTii cum Mn •rettionv' was j> hi* Mi. Ma *it vi 'i«t* n at reef ’doer if I r ma mat •ll. daught* Mein v Hip city, and I gf in IMN "ti ie (Ii ti*h an Assistant District Attorney I Bloom called only a few of Ct okay’a victims to testify, and their accounts ai mgs ’ given them by the created t on; lderable One man Wa.xx i Ko.xvk. of street, tItls city, said that !*• he was sleeping, someone broke indow in his neighbor s house and was aroused from his •ti to < ‘ rt key * off st * < hi offense ’ After limit*’ cv« kit\ re guilty by 1*m ill cost you ll!). ,” the witness * not her w itness, son. Negro, of ; sn id that tier h d for <h ■ iiaiKiiu She went to C vt vs told that he el* aserl for $23 sere JJC together and tv* km ct Jack *mh fled ADK ins od ‘I mg ai p and d wUh me for I tell u. and 77' I had to pay aid . Mrs Florence X) concord n vc -i hind wa.. *r-a revolver last /•kin’, she said • husband could 0 She could $18 she teat i-mpromwxed on ’A to po i m id* * I I if feet and a liquor ii* of I e e.ssing iiqum by a it*'ail I e * ‘apt In (ie*>rge small .'"till and a quai . I zed Elgin E Wee I * he defendant 'A' unit* I Feenev * I’ ol st rep. endeavors has the 11Lf* of Willis rid* among < t . promin* nt coming here he rig bust nest .md I pro p< ie*! to circles of I h." antly active in out ten yr ara xii Pi nm Judge xhen*«***l * 4 IM - Haiold H Marshall, 19 of fiharot Hill. w;i> convi* i*’d of serto'is chargr preferred bv Jo * ntnn* Reynold*., *> Norwood, and was fined ll ant posts and ordered to support Mi Re? no Id * hild until it it IN year: old Joseph Pos* 111, of 232 Green street Marcus Hook, was convicted of ires s* ming and >* llmg liquor in her horn * Im h w a" raided bv county dHet t Ives on September JO The defend ant was represent d by Michael s Reps, who was appoint'd by th* com t, prw being ine.x • ndeavors [DM!1 Of lf Willem It in- bu with ; < d t be i ’ < . ii lib* d do*" vo* kl and lits other mans ye-> Ins son, et ired to (Oniinued on Page sixteen ('HANCE EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING Alderman Michael Honan, of the Be cond ward, will ms time the duties of committing magistrate next Moonily. it wa> framed officially todnv, He will relieve Alderman Thomas C Berry, of th* Third ward, who has field the jv".-* * itve Alderman M P Elliott, id I lie Ninth ward, was Telexed of the duties H was nr.-t rumored if?,it Honan and Berry would alternate, but it was learned from an authentic xour**e today that Honan will dispose of pollee court cams until further orders are given " < ani mu* ti on Page xlilrfn NINTH VV VRD STORK SCENE OK RORKKRY I opicsot Times HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (R? t nilert Pies".) eminent dm my vxhi* Ii th*' I sume at Gene Wang Ching \\ f i om (’ un ny. taking a < ure, t h* re vvh 'h r he t*i China or sto league discusslo United State John on d* c id? * th*’ cliplomatic d action representatives > Nanking to keep Ii the Chinese gov- tiort.i at conciliation of Nations will i -i Monday Preu i has bf * n ! '•:> . h* re hi had b 1 it wa not kn* 11 xx .cd W Cat Ison, of Vpje r Darby, wfm « > to have faced trial today ai Media *>n the charge of violating the election laws, was discharged from custody when the tease was nolle pressed st the request of District Attorney William J. Ma< -Carter, Jr. Carlson was arrested November 8, election day, on a warrant sw'orn out bv Congee ".mu.n James Wolt*ndcn 120 j,* r cc r/ of the pi • hic OOO Senator Couzens * R asked Winkler lf nr Higginson Ar Co, the vestment hon**- vth.*-$20 500.000 American jirote* ted a vt pre; ent mg j i up or $80 - r?f Michigan, bought Fee, DEANES THIEVES KOR ANNUAL ItAMjl ET I1LA/E AT WOODLYN FOR ODO FELLOWS Thieves, It Is believed, were re- j The annual ba nqmd of Chester Bn -ponslble for the fire that damaged campman!, No. 09, I O O. F, was the home of Mr and Mrs John K Good, of 2002 Forest avenue, Woodlyn, Monday night, entailing a loss be several N*w York in-1estimated by firemen to h handled the thousand dollars the j < I Upper I) ■,< im d Ca; ould pit ,<r < »»>nr M:ti: I* not to cation t d N nkins, < oniinued on Page 'bxtp''i < f * irculat ling an un uen - d ci .said to hi ive at ta# k d VV 'Cif* ii" candidate for - -elect i on, and his name with the el on f.J •fun J Ra msey, of thi; . cit v. us ( commissioner Harold I i F i v in rej ires en'Cd Ercssman V. olfend* n a * i ri I Jan Con 4 un*.nu ri on Page Sixteen AT JUFFERSON PARK POWERS DENIES FORGERY(HARGE -f nderdun. Cupidity, Mixup. Chi-con. Glorious Swan, St, Mica, Paula L, Miss ( aroline, Jeanne Machs, Piecemeal. -Octavia. Pauli*. Orance 4.irl. ^tar- Eighth W ard Resident Is Permanent Association I COUNTY CHAPTER OF TRUCK OWNERS $7)0,IKK) OOO fin tat] ion, " did their f ill duty h< mu IU the * i ibuti* •n of Hie de- - p i ! onally. I no,- ’’ Winks* r - md ' The hi e of I I ee. Higginson appar c*nI Iv cli no inform i* '-lf ad'-qu ately of the Ii. IU I *‘ nt the ■ Ub- stit uti ohs mad iv Kr* •un* I- ’ J )isc •U M) g I arr un g,s. VV inkier said f {-JU ^ I had tile OI iginai colla?# i ai 'or hr $' (0 ,000 OOO ue re maused lntac*, J WO) lid be p cg $3 a ann .-illy on bond w a $.50 w as due ,f the • county re mal ne* the advertised br.' us The J. j I)-1 it ut'-d collateral, ii# '.as !oiia? - P a? mg abou' $13 an nu? I Iv on each i d« •benn; ne .share “Mf ny of th< iii*-1 it I lied counties ho?? I", r r. ' lie si , “are no* ii ted any M. J. Rainier. 3—Temps d’Amour, M* tinkle, Hilliard, khata Lever. Nyack, Annette R. I.ella Lee, One Long Hop Noon Plax, Agnes >orel, Pollvwog. Miss Dolly, t—Anne I,, Well Behaved, S—Roguish .Miss. ft— Dunreaf h. Gen. Campbell. Beggar Lady, Mr. Vesfrix. Bide-a-44 re, Racketeer. Bounder, Re *r 4 rv, Social ( limber. Princess ( are dyn, Most 44 is*. 7—Shata Chamer, (.eneral lox, Burnside, Pea* e*. Uveline I Golflex. 4\olverine, Reservation. Ntirk Around, Uncle (barlex, M*'-karhee. Flare Porter, Seths Ballot. 44 rather cloud* , track muddy. Accused of Falsifying Names <ni Pel it ions Formed Here and fleers Are Fleeted (Ii AGI A ( XIII VI I ■Snovx berry. Rural ( harm, Ros'. .Mile In his trial on the ch arg* of forgo:? which .started yez.t* t day b'fore J ideo Albert Dutton MacDatic a* Media Corno I m? J Powers, w * ll known insurance agent and resident of the Eighth ward, flatly denied the rho. Powers us greused of writing the nan?'1 * f F Damn" on SI of the p -rnion. presented in October to th** countv commissioners, asking that that number of names be stricken from the registration lists of this cif He Us also charged with writing the nam' of "Q. Cotro" to nine similar petitions. J B. Mclchoir, a Philadelphia hand- Britton Spencei arnting expert, called to the witness Adolph 8‘ubej stand bv Assistant District Alton C. William Kraft, .h . said h«* had Com. A ermnnt R»•■'’. Coeque!, * on;; j ' .    ;**    .rn    n c f L Losing AA ay.    writing v .'n th:    Ggnat    ■ on    the (•teaming -"tar, Blue Horizon. Old a . n< d p ; ;oi I    mini    - Dutch. Scotland Blue*, sir Satin, non, he d* . , ri ti .in    to ’ Port Agent.    jiff that Powers’    writings    were    the Hunev (apt. Danger, By 44 ire, am a th? ti., .vu- ; n    s Shasta Bullet, The Lon* Trail, Lu-    AP - r cor ierable d ft *    in    . - dors (    terpretm? tho    -r;    of Frank Da .tils, of 514 W'c; * Front street, the latter declared that tie had no' written tho nam* ‘ F    Da mis"    on any    of the p"ition« nor    had h*    author    z'h Th° Delaware County Chapter of th" Penn yivania Motor Truck A--ociatinn was formed las? evening pi a meeting of motor truck own >, held at the headquarter1- of O Bfien end Hoover, 1023 West Ninth strep this * I’v. W. D Mason, of 'he S in Oil Company. was temporary chairman, and following the circ?Ka? of officers, turned the meeting over to Frank A Headier, the president. Other officer? Of the new chapt'r In 'he str.te-wide organization ar Frank N Baker, vice president; I e*Tetary-trea; urer; se Miller, C Canby Darlington, J. J Skelly, John BLennon Jam# Rodgers and W. Aldri'h P: 'e. directors Three speakers. T * d V Rodger?. A D. Aldrich and Harold S Short/, president, treasurer and * nun '-I : •-sp'et iv cly. of the Penn Iv ar,.a Mo-’or Truck Assoc;?lion, addressed th" VOI TH IS HELF) ON ROBBERY CII XRO ES I1"Ibcf Still"*. 18, of "ii, 1000 I,:.,'": Mt, Vernon street. Philadelphia, a former Prosp*-ct Park School 'ud'n? v,as romm.tted *o ‘he county Th*- flames wer** discovered at IO o’ciot k bv a neighbor w'ho summoned Mr. and Mn G*hxL who were at ti?** home *if friends. Member* of th*1 Mi (mom Tire Company r* sixmded to th*' alarm arid more than two houm of work were necessary before th* flames hsi'i been extinguished. During .rn investigation blood .stains were found on one of the window" and as a check-up of the firemen failed to show Up*' any member had sustained injuries the anthorine-are working on the theory that til* place was fir t plundered and then set afire JI S I ’■.IM I XL X ISI I Ann Harding ti ;? to 11**1. ■ •    ■ Mo Vian-Ro1 e Valle? is not inspired by plans to remarry her divorced husband Harry Bannister the ac ties. business manager, Han Edingtqi aid yesterday “There iv nothin I ut her from tile tnhh than such re ports,” he said. adding tiiat her tr: cart was foi i *>< la I p*irp#» e held Isst evening in Gdd Fellows' Temple. Ftgh'h !*nd Sproul siree**, more than 208 members and their friends b* big present. Leroy Bhwkletnn, high priest of the clit ampmetit. ctid introdun J *»iisn* v, lt;i offlreix of ti SI i ,<>l a ■ ti Alta it M* mono Plott: 'In* * in vre. Mrs < nlni> VV * I * t h is p (»eor g Th on, ippn St a us During ti * ?i * * it alnment t ed ih<>‘i- rn i im o*-mg William K t, Howard M* < kS, Joseph Whitely ma? t er nth* lr, ann ie e v ft -a’ urrs rg#* of e;»111 i.s. I a st * r 4’iliarn and < ikwi*•'1 • •* and a 5 cent vending machine wer** stolen from the store of W\ fCoiasinaki, Ninth vt reef and (’*ntral avenue, early this moi III IU* lntr*n*ft to th** *!,,re was made by tile thieve* breaking a plat* -«i«s.'> window The ranfcerv was discovered t)V (Killce, veto, notified the owrif’i and leiwained in th#* tor*' until h# ai rt vd A brick w?,*pp#*d in    house,    read paper was used *o bri nk th* glass    here    we had I Hire.’ other windows, valued at iiiorc than $ I od in a vacant store af Tilt rd and Haves streets w* re broken early th.n morning Edward Crouse 21, of Third street and Highland av* nue, wan arrested and charged w it ii h< aet of maliciousness lf*' wag field for investigation when ar-raii/iH J in poll** court this mommy Grouse was arrosf# d )>•-• Patrolmen and K< > ley a j.ct J*, lid* n Among the defendants tried at Media for liquor law violations was a woman who inis 17 children She should welcome a few months in solitary confinem* tit A Ma acii!i.«ettx girl is willing to mat iv a man who can create a trust, fund yielding an income of 12508 a year We kl ow plenty of girls right. liers who are willing to marry a man who hug a job, “Bad Mann* rs" «* » toes! phiv- ! Lea'rural ad And n * h inking that ex cry theatei in the country had had its late arrivals. Ari ’’electric do in * church coll •Sunday. Being a see nor touch lur" was dropped ct ion backet last you can neithrr lect riel! v. Mar in Moran lee ti .ii sayi bas he g-ox many it; th >! rvrrv Sunda?' cr>l- !• IU 4 (>M»l I ion Dr. Palm* I" Ight Ii SEM * in the Gin"* day, was r impi ox* ment af** I noon IMI’HOX KS of r N, I )< I ii rn w ho ha* be#-1 * a pa ter Hospital since ; ta)* !* *1 ax showing in his condition We* ’ ti* nt md are * leaver becau *• o •Aud h bo make old * id *i ** A mer!* a i*'h other file moon’s tie of i* will nemies get dti * os tier, pip I); ; ometimes by 83 feet influence, son ie* tmcs I n -md cry LOWER TAX RATE SEEKS REYNOLDS LOR E001 STONE FORTUNE LOR SON A man has written i«>x* vc it criticising her im a i * hat is Mid to ■ *> d*©-dads ti.a* x,* at Mi 'a, F. D. hats. A be tho; e Ii angles Tim ('(Hindi (.rants Half Mill Kodud ion and IO I Yr < t nt. Salary (’ut •p of th* ir jK’t ma net it waves. ■ ideo! writes in and wants to who gets the first Chest»r . published daily. Off-hand w« I av Us* local bobbie who can ■ally b#* seen wearing a bouton- I abby Ho I man’s Infant May ttccome One of Nation’s liirhi st Ir has been learned that trial outrage died a natural d# uh with the I?en* of the depression. In other * rdx such trial ends when trials l l XX I » IIOHPIT AL I OU 44 Judge john B Hannum Sr of Ii- last night in    default of    $1000    Orphans    Court who    rec , „    ,    . ,    went mi operation    at following h    hearing    before Magistrate John Hand, on charges rf having committed a cries of robberies in the borough during the past several months One of the most recent robber;*• took place jas.t Fund *v nigh* at 'he '•mn ohm'ion I inch room and garage located at Prospect avenue and Chester juke which is conducted by Edward Walton and Charles Fenza where a quant it v of cigarette* randy and a small sum of money was file loot obtain'd Both th#' Lincoln aver ie public 'bool and ‘he Prosper* Park High School, where Still#* had been a 'bolar, w'*:-e among the p.are.s burglarised. 'I -J'' youth wax arrested Tuesday ngiht. by Patrolman Archie M< Kcnzie !*x h#* was leaving a candy store on Girt >r pike. on .tis': .ction Hospital, is rapidlv regal He will leave the ho'p: noon for his horn* •iv under e Gheste I ■ * re ngt *! this aft' r 4—llnnupo. '-un K ''inner. Xolquai-Fair ifnle. .4— None. ft—4 artago. t—Nana. 44father clear, track fast. meeting, stressing th'- importance of* Dom George W*x>d chief of th« bor-! he organizauon and of high wav otigh police force, woo said this) safety.    morning ’hat F’.Ule load confessed j The present reciprocity law of this to committing some of the robberies, J crmmonweai'h received careful con- S*ill#', who had been arrested on ( ontinu'-d on Page Sixteen '.deration d iring Mr Sh':"7 eddr-'x < ontinu-d on Page '•lateen suspicion on two previous occasion*, j jc cd . i •- family to V uiadel-phia las* November.    » Times Ad. Gives Him Choice of Tenants H Bens, of fill Ridgway avenue Glenolden O X lied a six*! nom house arid h# wanted a tenant tot ;t, To encourage the qui'k renting of it. he advertised in th** (Jhe 'c? 'I im# a jjroposal to grant a week;, r*ni ft < * TTn- rf‘nr asked was!. Soon af?*T th*- ad-vertisement appeared in the l unes. he began to get result*. Her*- is what he states “I soon rented my hou.-*- after th#- ad appeared. I had nine inquiries one after the other and I think that demonstrate;, splendid results. I am atisficd fha’ if you want a desirable tenant, just insert. an advertisement in the Chester Time; I lei VC? me ne II* this We# taken a? a t ion < J rte, IO pi r he opera! and a th] •d for th reba’# or paul pen; ii),*' a ct. I oi KG # "'mc 'I I . mean lf mill . iii Two Ids .It *i Zi on th* unent of I to Hue was t it* .. by I.dr a stic actu I-operat a I den*d ta ext* n wl. P* ii iph < ubai in Rh I bat T* ha* been rumored already that Babe Ruth may be asked to accept a alary cut that will only allow him to make is much in a season the President of the United States makes in r* "ear R* vt? 'oner r I lie Weather ! (i ut a; act ion or alien Tinned by • pl es* ll tat i v r- of wa read The tax i1 dut lion [man*-** reducing formal!) passed [ the tax pa ye i and aiding th* and in re ptim for tax , due'ion Folio??mg the tra b ism#** a com mu Ma rt in J (’wo, oily a group Of c iti/ep c on tent: * • I led tor A. the tar rate £ th#- rn ii lag*- had b* earlier rn tire even; group representative was so informed, and acquainted with other achievements, including 'he ncallmg aud paving of a bond* which .-• av* d the borough th** approximate '.aln of the ism'n Mr. Connoliy was also told of the council cutting sa la ne and lessening expenditures of borough commi* tee* He wa*1 advised th -* Con ne ii desired I unlinued on Page >ivt< - ii moli De po nisi Ct.! bab’ Gifts. pi1 .i: 0 nj em pie I and [•( pep mu mage •nt they v* and Fedor taking an? WASHINGTON, fan. I?—< INS i —■ t.isirrn Penn'vlvania:    Fair and colder tonight. Friday, increasing * I**miine*-*• with rain or "-now Friday night. V4*siorn Penn^vlvania:    fair to night; friday, cloudy, with slowly rising temperature, follow cd by snow ll- i.    ie’a1    he-    in north, and rain or snow in xoutD, red i outh-m para- portion, v    - eg d    New Jer-e? i Fair and colder to- ip    fhe    niglit; Friday, im n-using cloudiness Ann Gann n Rcvn- with slowh rising temperatures; rain Ft* Hold i v hi in south, md ruin or snow in north portion. Friday night. Today Albert, ittornev, her n for the first not seen her Sent* wen If th* gun;&s wer not eviri n? how-fficia Is d* Hied ? h -v 14 »1» XI S I! M UKK ATI RE NKW VORK Jut    " Cujar-iiity Just Comp*ny tori iv pre. 4 ontinued on rage Mxteen ti a. rn. 7 a rn. k a rn u a rn IO a. rn. 47 ll a. rn. 44 Noon ... 44 I p. rn. 43    2 p. m. 43 42 43 41 48 ;