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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT P A I I) Cl RIT LAXTON HIK SIX MHN I MS ENDING SF.I’I EM BER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VK A R - NO. 17,190. CHAS. R. LONG IS NAMED PRESIDENT OF FA IT BMSHFRS (’hector Times KH it or and Publisher (Jets Signal Honor State (\ of <\ Official Offers New Penna. I iud -ret Plan ■* Repor'* of United P•. ?** dT »tion»l Strvicp - ins* ( ’HESTER. PA.. SATl’RDA V. J ANC ARY ll. I OTT KIO ll TK KN PAG KS PRICE, TWO CENTS MEADS PUBLISHERS p 14 IP I the Penn- shers’ Absecon vent ion i Walter \V Johnstow ti W, the HARRISBUHC —Charles R, Long, rdi lunier of the Chester today fleeted president Sylvania Newspaper Put elation at the annua here. Mr. Long succeed Krebs, publisher of ti Tribune. , Other officers chosen ’ Queer, Mf Pleasant president; Howard Reyn Ville Sun. secretarv-tren. VV Krebs, H VV Young of th Dispatch, and Joseph D. Bit the Huntingdon Daily News. live committee. Philadelphia was chosen f 1014 convention. District officers elected were ai follow*:    District No I. C. M. Mor rison. Philadelphia Public I edger, anc L. E Johnson. Royersford Advertiser No. 2, J. L. Stackhouse, Easton Express, and F. T. fielder. Forest Citv News; No. 3, I Z. Buckwalter, Lancaster Newspapers, Inc . and H. A Trout, Manheim Sentinel; No. 4 Lout* Dewart, Sunbury Daily, anti Dietrick La ma de, Williamsport Grit; No. 5, Edward T. L"ech. Pittsburgh Pi ess and William D. Mansfield. Mc-TWspmt News; No 6 John J Meade . Erie Times, and William D Rose Cambridge Springs Enterprise-New A state budget of $148 (IOO (KIO foi general expenditures was recommended fodav by Leonard P Fox. of the Stn'e Chamber of Commerce, in addressing the association. Fox* estimate of an economy budget was $10,000,000 less than the general fund estimate .submitted bv Governor Gifford Pinchot to the State Legislature and $44,000,000 less than the budget tinder whirh the stn’e government is operating. The Chamber of Commerce representative presented the publishers with the results of a survey of governmental costs and economies he had made He opposed a state income tax. the governor ,- plan to take over 53.000 miles of township roads, and continuation of the emergency sales tax. Fox favored centralisation of smaller governmental agencies and centralisation of tax collecting duties to effect economies During the riav five United Pres® entertained its Pennsylvania members at a luncheon at the Penn-Harris Hotel here. FOIT! PATROLMEN TO GO ON PENSION Veteran of Force, With .31 Nears’ Service, Tenders i!o"iu nut ion LEN KRAKEN LAIR WEATHER PRKOK TED Dr DANK BILL SEEN NEARING DEFEAT Eonu's Eilibusler Believed Successful; Senate Looks to (Toturc their ton the pe prnsn Willis tic 19,12. VA NSH ING mater Hue) IN, . P I Mi 14    ■ INS* - Louisiana’* ;e t hreshold us filibuster Glass bank - ‘PP lr ben, Patrolmen Re irry Dunn and W tier resigned volu being recommend' a beard of rnrdira ed by the city. aint of some est man on the fo Hunted first in Jan served one year nted in 1996 and ions Iv since then. ergeant McColl ne NEW YORK POLICE HPI.D AS KIDNAPERS [{KER IS CI T TD 3.05 PL; IJfiHT WINE IS ADDED House .Measure Is Re* drafted by Senate (iroup —Insures Ix'uality No ( hanue in Tax; Borah Dissents in Committee Note of I to I sum i p. having tty 1901, Hr was fi 19( UUU H ( harlem It. Long, editor and pub- ^ listier of Ole ( bester limes, late Otis ira! morning was elected president of the yip Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers ,, nil Association at their annual coneen- rn> lion in Harrisburg. .Mr Long is a Chil former president of the Pennsylvania H Associated Dailies, whirh a few years finn ago was reorganized to include weekly Be v papers. rcapp ii the when he re tinted in 199 oustn city adlumine was Inst reappointed ii has served as desk sergean me of the sergeants in th muad during the regime o Polio" James Davenport Dunn 1906 1 Dinted cd as patrolman -hen he resigned In 1911 Anderson in point of serv-*en on the force INFLATION MOVE GAINS MOMENTUM IN BOTH MOISES V v tern and S’ nu thorn Representatives Tor iii Bloc in It'- Favor Program Provides Possibly for Three Billions in Ne aa Cur re ne a WASHINGTON. Jan. lf FP : Iona I nil f with I tying up to halt as Hie C I Fi stied off Ult; hey hr laming people I ■all it off if Oley t they claim will ne cv ll bring in a mea use all mv influent a on p. lo nil ss it si it Ola \ hill 5t I WI* policemen were among five men arrested iii New A oik and an used of abducting I illest ''. horning, reputedly wealthy. of Pleasantville, N. .I and holding him vs 11 Iv demands of #100,000 ransom I lie a bd ti. tors bn ame frightened and releas 'd their victim witlmut obtaining any funds I he two policemen arrested are John Scytns ilrfti and Aithur 4.r,*rf right , shown in the polite lineup. lament, the redrafted the bill and c I 2 per cent, maxiir tent to 3 05. The I amount to 3 8 by voltu the 4 per cent, voted bv With Senate Democ! the hill and optimistic panned, the measure wi measure of the * group House a MAX MAILMAN IS KOLM) DEAD Relative Makes Discovert in First AN a rd Home of Former Merchant inH M« iv, John I Hager again r weeks, 'he phv ciriered 19L P md Jc 'et wit] n live exanun ie repot et been Boa I W a n (’ ■n Jo] 1 of u in to be CO I. J F. DUNN Ft HIST ADV ISES IS ADI’OINTED VO! Mi PRISONER ( bester Physician Named Tells Defendant in (lam- ti alcoholic coner figure would lime. instead of I he House. a supporting tat it. will be rome to na Medical Staff Chief Ncaa Hospital Mirk ( ase to Stat A aa ax From Bad Company F 1)1 port t h It wa SEEK BEDI CHON IN ti \ SOLI NE TAX Mf cr mere na rn known rws ic , was found 425 Ear'? I is Mailman, is said by rn tat Mr Mal a home for illy been in with mein bt aer* of i SPEC! NL CEREMONY MARKS ME ETI NC vert Mem be 149. I O of Mc M , I (* us lit in hep Tlte he he IHS ll Core a nil iv Felt et urn at , md suspr the find isr for Mr last. night in Odd Fellow 5 Temple, 11 F.igh’ th and Sj ironI streets, ll Th unde e degr< r lh" Ii a# conferred iu ship of Cha bv a team ries Jour- !f> nry. • Pa 1 ftChem. The ceremony ir wa# unique in view of th" fact thai , it wi us the fir st occasion. since the Sf new degree ha s come into exist am a. ,}' that It has bel -n conferred upon any " mem ber of order In this county. 111 t he -d ti Bm Der (HI A Rf! ES CHESTER MAN JILTED HEP A Philadelphia woman, she was jilted after a C had promised t suit at Media pense for her " The suit wi Maurice M Orc R Delpmo, of Front street Philadelphia 1^0 J. Phare-, of the 900 b nore place, this city Miss Delpino states, thai came acquainted with P July. 1931. During Deed cute VOD inded Ice filed bv ' 1900 bU to ri .mgs Att lf Dep md Norris street Mr. Mailman he com rn unit v airs of Ohev She er and was a 1< irs of Jewish o man city and Delavan filed vived by his v ;d ■nm- sons. Albert and i For a number c met conducted a ’"ai rn Wit ■ Off hr 1 dr moi , a’ T 11 IIF Mr. XI atement avers. Phan g marke d attention IT. mad" I ove to her ii Ilion, ad dressing her id elide* line words, i" presen' ce of ot her In Janus i v. 1932, Ms rd P Jon Dr pro po Helen ment More at ii North street and Kdgnt tainst brothers also sin i ELI- min and Samuel. Mr. Ma;.rn, I ie be- twenty-five years es iii into a successful r. the his later y< i pay- Inter es Us in plain- he also wa# ardent tures. iniin'c News of (Iv pi shock to hi of friends, t says. ,0 many, hr terests and were ext mr told of It lr tnt? Hei Announcement' was made of a social night, which will be observed bv th" members and their friends next Friday evening in Odd Fellows Temple. CELEBRATION HELD IN THE WEST END This evening will be celebrated n New Year's Eve bv Ukrainian. Omk and Russian Orthodox residents of this ri tv, tomorrow being January I, according to tile Gregorian calendar Devotional services will be held at 9 o clock this evening and at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning in the churches of 'he three denominations In the West the; dec Mfd i Nut if retell C1 Dr D' in D< h been ii foul in East! Dr the this ( than pract of th nu, widely know em of the bight nallv honored I ,s Chief of ti ie new Fit/era On stei s ama Ii* time gi>jn-^ed to ' go burt to school from bud companybv (’ Greer, of Ebensburg, Fen the young man ty to a charge OHI duffs i list It ut one of dona of I open K the I •r Iii - coin •en oi dT Taylor Pal k. Dr I) per; on# ment of M* Si' urn cai ago ana dr -Stup business n is he had Sarge rid it ion to hts ate mere.Mfd in oth e!of cd in. In Carolers will mum ties throng tion of Chest* tributing money charitable purpi f ravers" the com* out the western sec-householders con-that will bi* used for •es In the chinche; lie fh I I It! Ani It A H ALAM I hum inkno oi mat-f as the time fo the redding Itv February she vees induced to Dnri Phares* $350, so h" could start in business, she says, * Iv kindly words and caresses,” When spring came in April, instead of ‘youths fancy turning to love," Phares broke off the engagement, the woman claims. Application has been made to the I court for Phares to be held under $500 Mulrooney today congratulated 17 iii to answer the suit W’hrn It is dectectives whose work led to arrest of two brother officers as the kid- IN DK T ‘I POEM E' ,r \ FOR KIDNAIMNH MAN NKW YORK. Jan. 14 UP) -Police Commissioner Edward P WASHINGTON. Jan 14 GJP The Treasury net balance for J 12 wa' 5430.030,293 SI Ekpcnditu that day we re 511653 32938 Cum r ond SLIM A thl! had not the 1921 more ex gained a Ma tori -M a: ■ trie C I IU ( Al ION ( OM I III \( $; mal conference of th* F incaI ion Association, the Benjamin Franklin It I oh la. February third Morning, afternoon and n I lid be *0 da vs evening i will lr h is of the conference Announcement of th* < ll k* til to all sc boob un the office, of the I It A I I IIN Al, A IMT J Flinger for his d to guanin hospital I Of nrimitti of the mc nan is re If cl Oro Hospital when D Phlladelpi monies Lim US appl ll stuff. I tine next test on Munday in a vote by the committee proper. Its members are favorably disposed but (he measure, nevertheless, must weather a storm of controversy bcfoir it can become law. The #ub-commttt«* eliminated any effort at definition of an intoxicating beverage It proposed, instead, to limit the penalties of the Volstead Law to malt or vinous beverages of more than 3 05 per cent No c hange would be made in the Volstead limitation of one half of one per cent on distilled liquors. Wine was placed in the same cate-goiy with beer and limited to 3 Oft per relit alcoholic content. Senator Dill, Democrat. Washington, who sponsored this change, predicted it would raise pf more revenue. 'Hie sub-committee, headed by Mario DI Lonzo. 20.    Ben a tor Blaine,    Wisconsin Republish, weir fined $199    can, voted four    to one for the    bill, each when the w admitted with only Senator Horah. Republican. »ploy es of a gambling e«- Idaho, opposing, though several mem-n at sixth and Wall Mtertv her* made reservations on specific the scene of a spectacular amendments, tic pollee last June    1    Horah,    long    a    supporter    of the dry r defendants. Robert Nixon, laws, took no part in drafting the I),    Robert Connelly, Kamuel    new bill. 'Die    four members    who Robert    Morrison nod Lee    [toted for It aie    Blaine, Hebert    Re- - convicted af the last term publican. Rhode Island*, Walsh md fined $500 and given j (Montana) and Dill > Washington), h in the county jail J 'Hie key to the new bill, and the DI l<onao and, effort lo make it accord with the p ill when their com-1 Eighteenth Amendment, is contained tried, and appeared for in tho following paragraph’ 'Nothing In the National Prohibition Act, as amended and supple-- Dc rum called his j moated, shall apply to any act or Mcivm lf lurk, a nor- failure to act in reaped of any of th* a "!'    ?r , ** I following, containing not more than imposing 3 05 p,.,. centum of alcohol bv weight: WM nf n! b*er’ *if’- porter, wine, similar fer-a iii niented or vinous liquor, or fruit Juice*." No change In the tax proposed by the House $.5 a barrel was made by the sub-cnmmtftee as tire bill has yet loo men found in the fo “A10 FlnHnr,‘ Committee for », be-1 place, were taken to Swarthmore u, jCon* r*f,rm nf 1U    features, ifund I ufo and given hearings bv Macis-f Hie trine David F Uh tell Horse-racing itslrie sheets nnd other gambling apparatus chief I    —   - whici com ■ Fr md in At! Tri has held I Irian In I •re mm ll Up I point o months Judge F >1 ic f Ie Id Kri I pan! trial ill torn first din II- Judge < spec' go b and this W mort urn int District A* vhould r you b**long like this. Let tided in June, I Kl). TAX IN! Id DKP IN STAN I,KY CKK'KS Uh for the new Fltsige: broken last Mum irdinai Dougherty, presided at the ct (.1 NBD A I QI I I n A ABD (>N I > Vt. f I o O F (•ailed In court. SH KS KIU <' ATION SYSTKM MACK PATK Education she v: b' placed on n national bn is. Dr. William John Groper, Urn "d Ste-'•« Comm.- io’t. of Bducauon told 290 educator caih-rrrd in Philadelphia for a 5-maf? inference. 'Our present system belongs to th C.vil War i>enod.' he sa ti A man-jufacturers1 sales tax, levied throughout the na    vealthler slate® contributing part of their prorced'; to the poorer one® would provide [money for the uniform operation of ich a plan.** GIVES AAA AA STATIE NEW YORK. Jan 14 - 'UP' -John D Rockefeller. Jr., ha# given an an't lque s’aUi* worth $141,750 to the ctropolitnn Museum of Art It i.1 known as the Lansdowne Amazon FP fpfP'f) V’FJO IS OVERRIDDEN Hoover’s Message Ignored HCAV FLAMF.-IJCKF.D L’ATLANTIQUE in House; V ote Is 271-01:    APPF.ARFD FROM TDF AIP mil lee was v -on.Mderation vt to give ; measure. tee Lorlge No 263 o to Philadelphia tomorrow to join with the member* rd Arc; urns Lodge in ixhgious serv-to be held there The delegation Oin Che* tor will be headed bv William T. Fowden. an official of the local lodge The trip will be made in motor cars which will leave from the Odd Fellows Hnll, Broad and Crosby streets. ira j» coat m,hia dx of t • ficr th* AVII MD With her to sporting a n« second-hand f Marital Sui re left t shipbuilding company repairs. FORD COMI’AINV MAKUS DONATION t orilinued «n I as! Page hi-VTiciv'    i    . Tn yesterday a announcement of 11nIX I Ia I cN ( El It    lie new scale of reduc'd prurs at Al I’ l.'TIMU 1*1 A \.’#2    1    ^ i n •* v I hen'rn, it was I na d vert.- JILL I l.sli I I f, A ,> .a ently announced that Federal taxes ■vould be in addition to these prices. Tile monthly meeting of the "You A**'    announcement was that and Me Dental Club will be held in 1 hr. 5,'    prI(** lnr,udrd th<> r»*d- the Y. W. C A building. Seventh jrr*    ____ UMI ami ih,/< X:,-    '    fi:,° °',Mk 'ni,I S CONDITION IMPROVES •aint, ftp Dr Hermann Prim a dental sci Loa ANGELES Jan 14 -<UP» — 'W. the enlist of world fame is at the pre#- Th#. condition of Alme.' aemple en- lime head of a dent .I re ( arch McPherson Hutton, pastor of Angela* department at the University of Temple, was reported slightly lmnroved Th, .rtrtrr,, to hi    A    nr^r^ZVZr given bv Dr Prin* will be b»*ed on ap^ar next Tuesday for trial of a , t;,lorv . . .    , ,    *249 000 breach of contract suit has I he club Is composed of dental men been issued. In this city and Delaware county and a large attendance I# anticipated at, the meeting I opicsof Times na per* of Erne I ? inent bootlegger. "Your brilliant, c up for th- ;• igmi have plac'd on th( ■hoenig. a pr (iocs to Senate rn d"par men " h" .In B nd Aith! Gracf were in Raymond St res jail with tire? allegro ar-ompiice Frank Miller. e;;-ronvict; Ma?: Gtll" end Leonard Grwclczvk. They we' unable to provide $75,000 bail. were indicted lat**    f rd'*v charged with kidnaping Schoenig was kidnaped bv two men Era'r danger# to the Philippi claiming to be policemen in front of ppsMbility of involvement HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY tnt I nited Ccm*) AT .Hill R<0\ P ARK Ciallnp Alenc.    Clashy A (    hoire. Aristnerat. Ni#ia. ILisnla, Jef O’Neil. I adv (.eneral. 'Imrle. Our Inhnnv. -ir.ging Kid. ?—Lord Tournament. Friar, ( ousin Judy. High Pocket#. I#kum. AAell Behaved, Gen    ( amphell,    Don’t Touch. Baith.’#ar. Bold Robin 3— Arrow. Muir station. Donate, < hi-anti. Pollywog, Anne Arundel.*t. Ju'tina, Brinkley,    Rov- crofter. — None . — None', — A'oltesta. Rory,    Amazing. Bonnie ( ap, Olive -ahath. Pollv L, Nu hat. Thistle AA i#e, Bred '#rottwn AA hitharral. — AA innie C , Purlie. Gold Tip. General Tot. Bal Rile*-, Honohina Hold Hard l.urk Piece. Outcry. S-th’s Ballot. — H-rlareri oft . " eather—( lear.    Lrack—I    ’ WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 Ovor-i Jiing a scorching veto by President Hoover, the House again passed the Philippine Independence bill bv a vote of 274 to 94 It was well over ’ th" necessary two-third# majoritv F’ate of the measure today is in the hands of the Senate, where determined opposition developed to frer-»,• ing the Philippines und"r present chaotic conditions. The President’s message warned of and the the Brooklyn Federal building De- United States in war if the island? comber 27. Th->*e men were alleged VVPr<> cut loose to shift for thetn- to have been Ne vin A end Or a"f. He "Ives. Throughout wa.s an mferen-was h"ld captive two weeks in a Gal hint of Japanese invasion of the I otter Flast Side t"nement and Philippines Jorcrd at pistol point to write two Neither liberty nor wisdom would letters to his wife instructing her be served bv the bill. th* President to pay $103,000 for his release. Th" 'aid He declared the Philippine# ransom was not paid and the kid- would be con.'.onted with economic napers, realizing police were at work d"genrr.ition, and the United States on th" case, became frightened and released Schoenig.    (    ontinued    on    Last PaT* School Health Class Experiment a Success *>' hool has no deportment I th" Health On° class a- Lincoln ; problems of attcndanrr or scholarship, It is caty Cia;# and the main d■#" of th" children Handing is to eat everything placed brfi .e tnem Pi *. rt f .n the cia#,# is shown bv increase in w"ich‘. h.calth and mental vigor. Tile class is com pc.? d c f 43 pupil® r.d the found rs are Mrs Anni" Greenwood, principal of th" school. ad Mi; George Boznango. wife c: ’he school janitor They introduced their id"a after noting th" weakened ronciition of many boys and girls. ’ Ii Greenwood suspected un der-rouyishment and ci!l"d a conf^renr* Out of 'hi; conference grew th" hr. loDfNtuGTs Valued at $2000 ( on!riliutcd to Welfare ([ri'ani/al ions For* "r He J Ii (if 'Hied .ippioxi- l0(»l welfare Ruth Bennett ursery. Union Re ( ie Mis-Wdfare and icin were th" supplies chairman of d, and R H th** Chessel City Counei! 'IE cl, WE IP SS* distribution iMCived in th" ’ R'ilef A so- ( HESTER RESIDENT d    i vnviro)    I ./    •'Mtii    TYoiiev service to Upland and to It    A x IM I JA    A It    I 111    Twenty-fourth    street and Provid"n(« I avenue will be discontinued tonight. Two    bandits yesterday    forced WU-    Tho anawei to    many motorist*’ yray- lard    Ixird,    25. of 29 West    Eighth    ^f** street, this city, manager of a filling i .    .    ,^T2T~ m ion    8( vent’.-"cond trcet. and Uhina ha.# lOO.(KM) soldiers ready to Woodland avenue. Philadelphia, tc open th" rn lr t Im ti rifled it < es tat a Japanese invasion at Jehol, the bul Ida; i "and Wfu,r ,h,'v rcallv need is a few U. S. x contents, about Marlnaj, aes Ed Buckley. Fanatics tried to prevent the en-trance of Prof Piccard, famous Belgian scientist, to thl# country. Trying to get him up in the air, what? on tn and I For men f coven were t and b • —— : were i ( (inturned on l.a#t Page watch After he had Unlocked the safe lord wa# locked in a #mall room with hts assistant. Donald Doyle, 17. of 2299 South Seventy-first street and r r tom'i Edward 94 of 21f,q    matter    what.    argument    their Routh Seventy-second stfet. Phlla- grandchildren put up about th" city finances in 1933. present city councilmen will never be able to budge it to please em. ore of homes were night by a field fire vton farm. Hook road venue, Sharon Hill. n three hours fire- This Is one for "Hello Tony." who stubborn blaze which thinks the Topics are getting flat, to HK) acre; The flames chew over. until ditches were dug    ,, ,r started.    "Congress    Is    still    experimenting I den lr. and motorists with the beer bill,” reads a headline. by the glare and So are many fellows who insist they tie.    can    make    good    home    brew. deiphia Pl ANI S AT NII ARON HILL Nearly a iresfcncd i I rf; nod Medical examiners found 'hat a few of our city policemen had flat feet. Oh, doctors! General Demand Being Made for Shoes health cia/.® I’ meets every tween IO 30 and Ila rn A small class room on th" main floor is u'llizeri as a dining room and th" bas-mcnt of th" school a the kffohcn Mrs Boznango Is th" h"ad of the health department, I purchasing the supplies, doing the I cooking and supervising the serving j of th" meals. Miss Greenwood    records the progress in increased    weight, I rosy cheeks and attention in the class rooms. The improvised dining room is not large enough to accommodate th" 48 boys and girl# at one sitting and they are fed in two groups. Each ’ kiddie ’ 5 •( (’d af a dr. k and ’ne menu fr,-    Once    the    nride    o. Die    French    mer-    barit    marine,    th-    I ire    de#ltoyed    liner 'he day s®' before bim or h" Yes- L'Atlantique    is    #hown    a#    #he    appeared    when    pulled    into    f    hrrboare    after t"rdav . ' lamb Mew rh    and    being    re#<    ued from the    f.ngli#h    I    bann"l.    Newxnaner#    hinted    Dip    fire whirh proved to be a favc;:'" ru n    ar ’h"    de«trov"d    h*r—-ith 29    member#    of    »*er cr"”    'fill    mi#*ine—o»v    have he-n incendiarv.    what    appeared to h» emply ga«olin" drum# were found ( ontinued on Pace #e\rn in th" firM-r'a#' area. The upplv ty wh o the Be r and vicin-god to com; Club in lf. >oor of this ad id of t work in behalf community. Thousands of children have h Diem, fiad old them and have for them Through t of the Boys’ Club man ab!*1 to attend school. A letter from on" school principals bring on th" factor th" good work being done Boy# Club of Ch"*tcr "Dears Sirs ' I thank you most sincerely for the women anc shoe; given tv emodeled foi in work dour .# department th many pairs of shoe.-, that von have given pupil' of this school. Your help has enabled many pupils to #tav in school, who would otherwise have to oe absent XI ny thanks nnd be# wishes for Naur continued good work. ’ Sincerely yours, ■ CATHERINE I BROWN, principal. ■ B a»k"r T. W*.‘lnngW)n School ” Man / other letters of thanks have come to the Boy#’ Club from charitable organization#, churches, nearly every school in Chester and private individuals Not only letters of thanks, however, but letters of appeal have been pouring in through the malls. People realize there is no other place in town they can go and gel •hor®. Thpv ar" sent to the Bov:.' ( r.j.tinued on P%ge Seven 9 Tom Connolly can solve many locked situations but he doesn t think lie should be asked to corvrtbu'e to thl# locked controver#y over the new postoffice site. Someone has said that husbands should not get too much rope. We wish they had given this advice eaiiv in December, bcfoi* th" Christmas stogie# were sent as presents Ihc XV ca flier AA AAHINGTON. tan 14— JNS! — Eastern Pennsylvania 'lastly cloudv and not quite x* cold in north anil west portions tonicht. Sunday, fair anil warmer. Western Pennsylvania- Fair tonight, slightly warmer in south portion; Nunda*. increasing cloudiness and warmer; light ra n sunday night; much colder Monday. LOI) AA N TEMPERATURE 6    a 7    a 8    a. a. rn. rn, rn. rn. ti in a m 57 •Ila rn.......33 35 Noon ........49 36 ;