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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKI P \ I I) ( IRIX'HUON FOK SIX MOM HS f mum; SE PT FMBI- R 20,108 □NAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 6TTH VEAR—NO. IT. 193. SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS SALARY CUTTING PLAN AI! Employes in District A (Tooted Ha IO F,er ('out. Roduot ion To Finish Night School Term, Teachers Will Serve Without Eau • -d Wire Report; Inttrnafion*: Ne 'r.i’eO #re«« en ice i INN • rr ( HESTER, PA.. WEDNESDAY. JANl'ARV IS. IO’ PRICE, TWO CENT RESCUED IN AFRiCA lr. to; I I S': 1929 Industrial Output $259,343,015 to A hund b pl,- time of >rnr P be r» v Blent n p 1RU ’d thousano dc rent year. At ti current budget them e nu* which have b more apparent as the Crewed, have reached above any prospect of come from taxes. The resolution* appl board will become offer first. Salaries of all en offices of the aupenntet .secretary, together with the school district wil ten per cent. The eq ten per cent, reduction tora' salaries of the do rnmplixhed in a tesolut that all Janitors will .vive tor two weeks, during the period of tile bai* anre of the rival year w 'bout com pensation Iii tile mech,intr rt< p •. rt ment. th* wa-e> w* - n * un rents per hour and f ilch employe of the department will take one da\ off without pav for the rf niaind'-r of the fiscal year In the medical department of Hie district ii resolution we passed affecting til* din tors IHI! i‘ dentists and dental hygienists; the salaries in the department were reduced ten per rent. and each employ* of the department will Ik* employed four days per week. Services of the medical department will end on June first, with the nurses services to b*’ <y nt inned un*J Jim* fifteenth At a recent m Mon of tile board ii tis considered that it would be ad-vg able to eln. e the night sessions on February first, in the interest of n rnnm’- At las’ night s meeting an off ei wa • I 'n ‘ tic* < ontinucfl on I at at Page rn. COM.MISSION KRS NAMI-. EXTRA ( I.MRK me lame of this count $25© OOO OOO, compiled bv partmeht of 0<»4 he mdi 1929 wi AMERICAN PUNT i\ YOKOHAMA IS DAMAGED l\ RIOT Number of Employs Hurt and Machincr \ Abused by Japanese Cause* Protest I rom I . S. »■*«  .........-    STILLMAN    SI    KO rv OKOH AMA. J ntcrnational e av from an at th*' American* machine plan A K FOH ALIENATION French < anadian ( barges Ex-Hanker 'N itll Breaking I p Home NKW YORK Jan. IR INS* A HORSE RACE AMI APPROPRIATIONS BILLS IN HOI SE Provides for ( ommissimi and Licenses; He* omit* to Motor Fund M e a s ii r e f o r (.’encl ii Expenses Stus \side SI AS .IM Mkt MIO HARRISBURG, Pa . Jan IR l r Pi1 '■* * mg' ‘SNH 000 0,1.)‘to;'\h'r get'./ SCENE OE NEW DEATH MYSTERY in Ne tmnei lr. Al u nit Mi*,* .loan I’.ife. I tiglon mn lf!. girl til* i who rn .is rescued when her plane was forced down in the wild Kenvil bush    near    Nairobi, \fru a With lief \udrry '.dr Harker, also an amateur pilot, Mi*.* Page wa> making a holiday flight from < ape (own t*. london. I he wrecked plane wa*. lighted bv 'ear* bing flirt-* who rescued both girl**, w ho were injured in Hie crash. FILIPINO VETO LS OVERRIDDEN President’s Objections Rejected in Senate by lib to 2b \ ole ted in a pen w et : ell Ftnp polit* be Ku tnpai AUTOPSY SHOWS BROWN WAS ILL; MAY BK SUICIDE Palmira, N. J., Resident Had hid ne> Disease, Doctors Declare Detective Iicans to Belie. He Shot Self; Widow Scouts Theory MOUNT ll NSI Why lf Wile If Bi Pa ha lh Ute the VA .cc I pre lh re is the Hum ii home at Palmyra, N I where the wealthy anti so* lialli | ti cuk tit I*, ii dc*.tv Brown Onset), was shot t*» death under pe • t ii. I. inst.{ iii    Brown was a    witness iii Hic im estigation    of the fatal sin* 'hi. et Ins    ti lends (ruth    Wilson ami Hotair    Itohrrts,    .lr. in Alout* I oil*, in Pl.1*.    rim dead rum . ) 'tiler, I baile*, I    Brown,    former in a sorer *1 Swarthmore < «»llrt*»\ sh,»|    and killed himself a    lear and a Half Mi In H is Mr ti o* i uiicd. Ill alin ai I > Ii ii a Bi attn WASH Philippi!) law toda a tsiy tn in. n* fin; lf dciv: in* n TC »n'.    Jon. IR Independence Bill we ofter the Sena?" over) foment veto bv a VO?; than the ne 'Hie Hi ridden the \ ie a Ber two Forty-five D< inly Republic ‘-Laborite. SI jrtotjrr ii ilant during troved office int et > and I Aureil is a .Me of St a nf TOK IO J; igorou? pro TEDDY DENIES "UKING THREATS Mi UP matt and IIT. t he to t .0 IHI Hem.** ii •gat i mi pr* \\ iMiim. * ie \ccu ( n i ii i ti K Dis I ;i ii 'Cs His \ i’ i’ i OI pl* Ai on en t in was absent from home w lien the I rom M irthinore ( <*llr :e. YOUTHS Arn ISE!) BY SCHOOL BIRLS I 'Mer Sa} They W ere En- !| I i c c d lo \ uarl men!; ten his I He hart I. J, Jan. IR Jaculev Brow man shot to in Palm’ I s violent ei it ions reveal notr>e for si inned on t im pa ny offlci his gaily rec ife. revealed trouble, it r ors who pc Ni’r! I would not ha lurlingtnn Countv Tie'* H Parker, in charge I not know his rondt-dmttted, he would be Iv to have iieen murdered as • died a suicide Brown, who was visiting her in Beaver Pa, when the occurred was firm in her be -r husband would never have *, friends said today. a reason to want to, for a pp v together,” she pro-ling to those who visited nother-in-law‘a home ir N J , w here she la stay- die cit till! her husband ” is completely J is told him all shf Although it is kin Mrs Brown had told it w ant to talk direr? Iv ring very much upset s midden death dialled that she knows, he said. sn Brown was a [Lasted \1 <,:< k de t i apport of ubtlcana e w York D b» old ta?ions to the foreig lark of ar.ion on the finally visited Uchldi ti p rn. urging protr iran lives and proper W ASHINGTON, Ja Deeply concerned over if Ai •ply ted bl the chi ■I and Him un IO M vlf I VV No 24 lei i ll B >n sr < ■ nty Cont t. granted th* Treasurer VV ati S B Bingh A? the meetm mission* ’ , held County F.ngincc r -n housed to i I '.inking of Brl' lure on the ma more pike to w The material wi the work will bf plovea The Salary B< commissioners a Jnmea T. Stew quest of Count. L. nickel for 6ne additional clerk, at a salary of $1 404, to keep some new i pcords James Clarkson has been promoted to the place in tile treasurer’s office formerly held bv John J Hanley, resigned, at a salary of $1-t>38. In Mr, Clarkson s pliiee has been appointed Vernon J. Weber, st) a salary of $1,404, and the new clerkship has bren given Joseph Love. The commissioners have appointed two new members of the Park Commission in the persons of Norman Foster, of Springfield, and Farnam R Furness, of Upper Providenoe. The Tark Commissioners receive no compensation. The eounty commissioners received r,'Pri^' n,M 1 a Court order, signed bv Judge Krone- 1 . '!u; field, asking that 11,000 be approprt-    1 *u‘    r< teed In 1933 to the Law I ibrary in '•'*:j,n5Pr> th# courthouse. in addition    hf    * or! urn o! usual appropriation of $1,500. Pep th*’ Filipinos fit ut ion sails-Ria * es ui two hin IO more, Republic is In v branch o rhine Co tempfftted But any pr tmen' offiei I the Japan*" to stop I ct ie piniest if ’their tho take t tie 8 ng no flirt he in this pal ir!her men rime Oden’s made f .la pane ’wing Mi In X0| ir incidm Ba final met dei appropt ut the thrre* of th .bably will maw a formal note of o. and spoke ll KH! WAY ENDERT FOR (on* inned on I art Pa** J »|{()S I *E( I I * A R K MEE! \ FR VNM.IN FIREMEN \\ ILL KE THE HOSTS w • mM Cl. Will be ti th patly wil bels of t men s Av Pf din Fir to th Count iron? h t nan Commem* Firemen - vie* president < Company, Cle’, principal speak morrow night at a meeting t Highway Users Conference ii Prosper? Park High school Pa hi is reaognized j.1* t ile i f thr the the Mr. ore- most authorrtiex in the United State’ on the question of highway mg of which will be held next Mon- nnd taxation measures which are lr day evening ann r rn dispute between the railroad' rn .nth) and cxpr cted to motor earners and the public It been cordially Invited to hear th) im I’OLICK CFT MAN WANT Kl) I FN VK YRS Walter C \\ trolls 5” Who is n;iid '<■ ha e been a fugitive ft in justice for tjje pa*t ten year* wa* arrested earlv thus morning at hi home, 134 Penn*** it avenue Upper Parbr He arre'ied bv Slate Trooper Tove, of the Media barracks, and Detective Thomas Haines, of Upi>*: v, on a warrant widen Shcsifi J Cain had received from anthorine1 in Peoria, 111, charging Wet mu' with per jim A cording to a report r* eived tit 8!h ’ ft Cain Watt* i a *> fi- a fit* truce at a state prison in New York He was committed to tile countv jail and will be given a hearing late to* I Ma gut TR ie I rd "I (    ,>»* of Media FOK Al KU K FSI OF N T DIFS IN TMF AV KST ( i.ntinuefl on I •»! Pa-c IVY. FARM SHOW Pa KU1 mg tun Pc Of I •' rvf ie I h* cont led muscular activity, WELL ATTE ADEM f ini'-, ban ar HARRISBURG Pa Jan 18 UP. took where Pennsylvania ? farm sKow ii is es were { timntcd, is being attended py (\o OOO Mr persons daily. the rn Twelve farm organization.* - arranged bef 01 e meetings during the day. including the Ni ’he dairymen ?h» beek*** •per* the the we ?brash* rmen and fanners, and th* opera t poultry asaoclation. VIrn a had ii Ye rh Lit* of H ic, cs enuntv. weir named grand champ!' ins of the the i 1 too Bushel (Tub at th* min ital meet - rtic-c-t nu of the 5SfhIe Potato (L> , -ers Ax- said ti ?*'*;n?!on Lvronimg count) . won five the fel vocational school exhibit prize nnd VAT ■ York county Hi® horn* economies f f*S I 11 / e a woman an apart in* nnd youth Til tx I I' (I I' Hair rile glib seres im * ! i^F rested at the Wo ai I a rn. toda* • Patrolmen St at NEW HOESE BEER VOTE IS FI SHED and enter- RPH I IL OI?vl lf V\\( I btl 'Hie annivci.-urv of th Benjamin Franklin Alas celebra yesterday by pupil in ?);•■ puuia schools throughout the city. In some of the schools the day wa ob. : vet with the pre.sentation of .'holt p;,v and special programs during the as-acmbly pcruais, m (‘het rh* celebrations yr re conduc' d ,n *uc rlassrooms, with short programs anti talks bv pupils and teachers HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv I tilted Prod .    expert discuss    one of the rn he    anal-    i pfjctjjnt topics    of the day. -ol build- A recent meeting in Cheater under rn- end after adjomnment there. fhp dirtrtlon of 1he same organira-’he members wd! yatne! in the    n re -    brotighf out an attendance of h- *se c»n Concord avenue v here    edi-    2 SOO interested persona and the ** - will    be*    fie I    veil    s,()n ^nu)rr0w    night Is experted to Hie    ho    commit * ** in cb' tge    of    drilWt. a capacity crowd. a meeting i. made up of Arthur Pinson Jo. ll F’onn. (’cia::    Ta •.'lor.    .MH>    SA    \    K    IS    ll    MKH, James Smith, William P'ak, George Wright and Charles Perry.    CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Jan IR UP) Thomas Campbell, of the Newtown    Simple funeral services were held at Square Fire Company, Newtown historic Christ tEpiscopal» Church in township, president of the Delaware Harvard Square todftv for Mr? Jessie County Firemen's Association, will Woodrow Savre 45, daughter of the preside at the meeting.    late President Wilson. Frank Mrs. F Cit V -I tie row' w comer c Clerk Benjarr. fi Newsoma word this rn of his brother. in Derby. Lure he had bcert i year* dclition to the < dved by two < and Harry, a Jlizabeth Mc Int’ ineral Will take ji h interment ;n WASHINGTON, Jan. It tlNS)—-'I he thrust of militant Hous» wets for a neither vole on prohibition ie|v*(*i this seas ion progressed toriav The {letitirm through which Rep E iiafer. (R», of Wisconsin, hopes to revive repeal had been signed bv 33 member* in 24 hour* A total of 14'» signatures Lx necessary lo insure a VCi t e Admit ting lie began the movement somewhat in a partisan spirit Bchafer said ti)*1 support tendered him bv a half-dozen Democrat' *c>n afiei hi* tie D* rbA announ* c merit had caused him to abandon all parti « no mv 'n cedi sms- and El go ming cf the William, yes-rounty, Iowa, resident tile ity official, he Tier brothers, cl ope sister, all of th.s uirh pro-Ut Kriia- 1 h action a t*ed his I ode. sac -t I would hanging KU.UKK U F VI UKK IS ON THU W AY r weather, pc.' predicted in I Ne iv Jersey user of alcohol, there has been not one shred of evidence ttiat he attended ‘'parties** or made the acquaintance of anv persons unknown to his wife. investigators insisted. Parker was authority for the statement thai Brown made his own way from the earthen floor of the garage, into the yard, up three steps, through • vestibule and info the living room. * (Ii two bullets in his body. us of an In tad if there were a note written bv the blonde Philadelphia printing company official. Parker would call ' . it ,7 h,in * ''bode r gilt, now, he admitted, neir Fui- Confronted with the declaration of n* Dl D.1 nld Renter, eounty physician, un street that a man with two wounds, such ss re!!minify those in Browns body, could not and field t*%?t I the office pai 1 Honan, in    No doctor living can tell what the human body is capable of when It 'et** come* lo bulletx.“ 1 me?    cult Un* ct tile storv of Bradw'av in* and mown a end, putting in all the connu Wood* ti adlet ions, stressing the inrreduii-isd to go Hrs gtinning them down. were    ‘'Ye.H, he was a lively feller—a reg- ' 'ay, ular chap wouldn’t rail him melan-After cholv, but you never know what inhere other man will do till he does it," he I and .said "Speculation means nothing miles facts piove it Were1 all a-set-tin here, trvin’ to figure it out. ‘ If a prctt" definite the gun bete ny rd to Br wn himself. I wont tell von how I know that, but I do know tie had it before he was married. VV 1* it the «* me gun his father shot himself with’ Well no." The most important rlue a brown fen hai four sizes smaller than that Brow ii wore was put clown as Brow n s property today Parker said he wore it two or three times to his office in Philadelphia rommenting that it did not fit then he threw it aside, for use only when he worked around the grounds or painted his motorboat in the garage Chief Morn* Berk. of the Palmyra police, working under Parker, said finally *part- ind ii with Ugh rn Pennsyl iware arn la rn* ( mu 11 nurd on Last Page pr* •e Dirnor- t l l I PHH MIC M BI WI* Gen. nittier Sees I . S. in War Over the Philippines nan ip I’. S. IIG VSI RI BAI.AM I, WASHINGTON. Jan IR 'UP Tm )4 a, rn eus tom igh Jar Ar JHI EUSON PIRK 1—Wise Susan, I tie One. 2—l.adv Gibson, .la* k Murphy, Too Mach Talk. Itso. Agnes Sorel, Vladimir, Wyandotte, Juggler, Infanta, Lorraine S, Within two years after the Philip- ' ‘She has a well trained and we pine Islands gain their independence equipped army," he continued, "an hev will become a part of the Japa- e    for m a natural continua nese empire, in the opinion of Gen-    „ »ral Smedlev D. Butler.    tlQn of the group off the China coas In an exclusive interview with the which range from Japanese territor I—Marie B, Catwalk, Olive V    False    Un’/ed Pi    today, ’lie maline    offi-    on the north down through    Forum Piety, Parkersburg, T a n g a I e.    cer dLScassed    the future of the    pro-    and on to the Philippine*.” Roguish Miss. Sunnyside    I p.    pa eel Philippic.r* republic    .    SP ting in the sun filled den of h Ortavia, Our Pride,    The thing    to do." he declared    vig-    estate af Newtown Square,    he ri» 4—4 onfidential, Foreign Relations, :o    i to give them ti.*-. • inc; - cursed ’he f. j.-e of Amen'a the Bobby Powers. Donate,    j c-ndf nee    at once. Why vc*it .several Ka *. The Genera! demon’-*rated h 5—None    They re no good to us and points on the map before him    old? f>—Hazel (.mr,Herts. Super tov. Glori    ’ 1    < : v . id .? into an A .Pic ar    With tim aeq un I' on of the P up- - - nus Swan. Vlamae, lull I p    Every    military and naval mon in pines. Japan would have a .stung of at ti. 7—Knowledge, Ancon    Ward,    Home-    VV ■■ hinge*n who r:no» s ’he situation    .-land re vc mg    the    en’ire    China    AIL    c bred. Liberty I lag,    < cdar    V alley,    rn ’he Far will tell you that they    mas’." he ra;d Joe Macaw. North Shadow, (an- can’t be defended aganist a real at-    Understand. I don’t av that two e. fire. Thistle Tom, Von Sion.    tack."    Japan will seize them when they lie-    Bor $—Muir station Col    ( rump,    Re ju- H*' -fopped M d lf* :d a nap of the    <,me independent    but    the    lr...    or    N    r> venation. Drury,    Don    ( aesar,    China sea territory across the rierk.    forced for economic reasons    to    cast    and    1 Bosky, Majestien. Weather, clear; tra<k, fast. AT Af»I A ( (l.IEVIE LONDON, Jan. IU- «UP) Th* 'evere epidemic of influenza showed The Treasury net balance for Jar no signs of ieiweniLg in the BritLsh was I402.261.kl* 44 expenditure* I.sje* or Continental FXirope toriav, dav weir III 715 257 4' and numbered victims of ail cia?,vt, reeeipts for the month, th from the royal family down.    I*, were $9*35 088 73 THOMAS NUTTALL, STATH SUPREME AGED 93, DILS COURT DECIDES (ii irene a Inflation Has Friends, Foes in Capital Resident of This City for Purchaser cf tho llenrv TI Years, Succumbs to Estate, Newtown, Must Brief Illness    Make    Settlement NuUall. aged 93 or e of ’h ients of Ciies’er and a ma vv everyone, died • r- • erda me of his daughter, Mr Bowen. TCK* En t Twaatv e ■ f< lowing an ii In duration Manchester. England, M In a r v-r whif h Ila* been before the Delaware rom?' court in one fort) or another, for rnanv year?, the Bu-rR* preme (Jour? of Pent,* • Iv ama har ' * ran de red a final derision To* higiiei rr> rt has drrr 'rd toe app***! *»f Dr fdgar W. Powell, of New own Square, from the rec. lot of ’lie lower Court. that h< mak* settl'*m*wit for ii* tan Iii .dc p* b* 1 nd I — Mere •-ure. Runire, Losing ( Ion. Nagatha. (»old ( Lisp, Vin* bing. 2—Lieut. Rust. Kaiak na Paul 111 r-tenstein. Star Boots, Willow Bramble, •'inner 5—Catty, Betfandot. 'ha.sta Bullet, Motor Park, Diggins, On edge. 4—l.aumaia. I Itimate V ote, Olgo, Martha Mac, Rend*>?\ou:    Pri vately. •A—Porternesia, F.oula H. 6—( barming Homme. * — None. ‘ Weather cloud-, tr'ck r,oppy. ei!me to this country in 1861 de his horn*’ in the Second Henry estate, at Newtown Square "It would ’ake the combined At,an-    their lot with the Japanese empire    ward. ab* i? 12 ‘-ear    ago    he moved 'jpf. chief portion of ’ii*- *•*'    r »ic, Pacific and»tic fieet.x to de- ‘ VA'e have given them    the finest    with his daughter and her husband    the old Newtown Square Hotel, on    the fend that coastline.” he exclaimed    school system in the world, good    to ’he    Twenty-'*fond street address    w* -t Chestci pike a place known to hts finger ranging down the coast of    roads, sewers and pure water, has-    in the    First ward, Shortly after his    farmers and drovers of this and the Philippines, "and wed have to    pitals and beautiful municipal build-    arrival    in th., country, he enlisted    Chester counties for many yri.r. hire a few extra boat* in addition.    mgs. railroads and trolleys;    in    fact    in the    Twcnty-nmth    Pennsylvania    When the owner died in 1921 he "The islands are costing us aboil?    everything they need for    a civilized    Infantry, and erved    with    the reg)-    ]rft one-half of the r.state in    trust policy. 520.000000 a year as long as they are    country    ment for a ah    the elate    to hie widow with the remail * American territory. When we give    "Bo whv not let them use it bv    of the Civil War. After    the war, he    to be divided among five brothers    example them independence we not only save    themselves? But I think Its foolish    returned to th; citv and    took up the    and sisters. Mary.    Ma "’aret, James    .'rag.c vv that money, which would be useful    to wait    There s    no    tim like    the j    task of    learning the    trade of ma-I Edward and Phelam James Henry    wlven    th in the Federal Treasury now, but we    present "    chini;'    and Mrs. Henry started suit against    the    mal redeem our promise mad® ar the con-    General Butler expressed the belief    He was Min* M il    the firm of    tne oth'r heirs.    Margaret Henry    I*'•*    I’:, elusion of th® Spanish-American    that trouble was in the east.    Miller and Aller, the    plan? Inter .    contended that one    of the other hens    per.od t war"    "War is    in the    air    in the    eastern ■    being operated by Robert Wet herd!    took her brother’s keys from hts The Genera! sketched the military    world " he continued, "and sooner or    and Compar.', and rema.ned in the    porker and ob'vined some $22,000 ?r?iianon in the East, with Japan    later, if we hold on to them America    employ    of that concern for artou! 30    from the Henrv safe A"*? there a-re plaving ?he dominant rol* on the will be jerked into a d---war be- mairiand.    fore we know what its    all about '    1    Continued    on Mst Page    Continued on Le* ’-jr- On th® other h, d* mneti in n** un* re;ary of the Tre«; rrnor Eugene M* v financial authonti ? i a Don. Other opp* lien while money will I will require mort f cries and clothes of ‘tx n ipush-m the ti merit i" and That d and type. stab-pres-opo a1 tfiat -d in manv thr J 0 pi c s of I imes A ne v note tells us that brewers are aw ad tug the laws change to be-gut in (king hoer. .No, son. they re not the home brewers. A nearby rollege inis e if costs co-eds $5 a year But what that $5 worth men only their fathers "'timated that for cosmetics costs college can estimate. VI?hough hot expec ted fiiibuMei on the Glass I a big blow to senators Huey Long s lank bill was who had to Aitie K lns retiring c St Robert s high foot ba ii* just loves to make pi cpi mn of th** ll -quad says when no one ss around. Most World War vc they went to France to they might make the u technocracy. fitiht so thai odd safe for Health authorities adv on back of the neck as caution The first ti heard of anyone sponso orate kissing 1 health pre-ne we have ring necking. VV*’ Just learned that the author of the song line' is Huach Many felt like saving the ai when they heard the so inn the we" stria’ hours the name of • Sweet Adell tsons have thors name yr sung dm - Jerry Mercandante i suited lf called a cake-ea jxKir man nearly died s really’ inter. Why. the I he V\ cath cr of infli in Gem (old stall beearn’• ie inn?doh ag modern The moil ter th’* war igiar d 'tlcnlly value-ugh the tame gold supp’le- "Oil ar could b* reduced avision of the Glass.-Steagal iltting the bucking of Fcd-crvc bank not"'! with gov-bonds in lieu of eligible tai papsr and that of the oan Bank bill authorizing if national bank notes with rt 3 « psi* < ^nt government WASHINGTON'. ’*‘n    1^—1 IP' — official §.orCi aHt for tonight and Thursday: Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jerry: Rain tonisht and Thursday; rh -inp tempera?u’"1 late tonight ar I Thursday. Western Pennsylvania:    Rain    ar    I warmer tonisht and Ihursdav. KID VV > 11 VIIT RA rf RL nd na* 1*..val wr "I’h wa: nblr to bonds foi rmori a mild type of i n flat iou a rn. . tabillze lat-r La' ‘e in 193 I England *nd pari lieu la rly have inrrea red the 7 a rn . **n’ ofT th* gold st a nrjr* re 1 and thr rirfUilti? in of nation bank no?-'- 8 a. rn. . tnancial world 1 w*\' *d to its although gen°rnll\ GT* a kin- I [T»V re- 9 a rn . erj founds'ions. VZ or id M id? infia- jlac-cl 0 th"r t v pes of curr-n CV. ‘ IO ?.. rn. . 43 ll    a.    rn.  .....‘‘-'? 47 Noon    ......... o 48 I    p    rn.    .....    "’I 2    p    rn.    .....    . iJ ;