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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKI I* \ I I) I IIH l l. MION FMH SIX MMS I HS ENDIX; Sl l’ l I 'I BKR 20.1 OS FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ x With All Latest and Best New* of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.491. STATE EDUCATOR STK KSSKS NERD OF KOCAK TAXES Says Ix*sst*niinr of Rate Would Be Harmful to Teachers and Police Dr. L. A. hint: Addresses Meet mu of Teachers* Association I CP »ii VV;• p Report* of I’! ntrrnationai ■ So: *e*1    ICI*' Ic# (INS ( HESTER. PA.. THURSDAY. JANUARY IO, 19 BRITISH SPEED KING IN NEW BLUEBIRD PRICE, TWO CENTS Dr I r Pent A K p i evens appr coral taxation c according to Dr K method of taxation suggested an 111 CO til Twenty or more st time are collect int thus method Mo* irradilated method nome wealthy men UtiiiK on a acale high mark of war times when Income of one million was tax* per cent. "Pennsylvania State taxation ? Is baaed on intangible*.' -aid King. "It is indirectly cont i ii): bv taxing gasoline, auto acc < bonds, etc Pennsylvania is overtaxed, although .some peop! the S',de and some communities he It all resolves St elf around real estate tax and real estate is local tax." In showing tile taxpayers the to lower the com of government particularly the.cost of it* cd I tonal program. Dr King brei forth some vital statistics Ile st that Pennsylvania spends over million dollars for the collect tor sr lino! taxes, The State of Moi spends less in collecting its et quota than two counties in Mate For the precinct of Billet! county the cost of collection is $ 16,000, while the cost in one c . ii. Pennsylvania was $82,OOO. For Delaware county alone it c CITY OFFICIALS FAMILY TO ITOH REJECT (T KA TO DEATH OF IIIIOWN: REM'CE TAX RATE IS BURIED TODAY Iv<'(|iiow| Mario In Ta\pay> Imestimators to Double ers and < hamber of ( Tmh- Fnerm> to ( lean I p B;il-meree (inmps Loda)    im rn Mvsten Death \ Hr ii pf Motion to \djourn Inlennent at MooroMoxxn, NEW TEXAS “CUNNEL” Sneeial Session Follows i MTerinm of Reasons N. J., on Fourth Yoni* xersarx of Marriage N I’ lit»! I V VV in r SUN DIE CO. HEAD ASSAILS PINCHOT ROAD PROGRAM Few Sa vs $100,000,01)1) Burden Ahead if 5T,0(H> Miles Are Added Sees I Cliver Collections on Higher (iasoline Tax; Defends Trucks Pew h bi I , Pa . pc in in Mo RU cd txpa ni Xii unusual photo made from the rear, Omuim; the new raring « ar of sir Malcolm ( ampbell. who is wiled at tile wheel. I tie <ar, named Bluebird No 2, is said to be far more powerful than its famous prrdn exsnr with will* h ( ampbell set a worlds *perd record of !YI miles an hour at llaylnn.1 Rear Ii, Ma I *v t I ebruarv I he British speed demon plans to bring the new car to the I oiled states in the near future to attempt to lower his old mark. Ile believes Bluebird No. 2 is <apahle of at I < a*t loo miles iii hour. ROOSEVKKT ORK TOI) AY TO (A PIT AL Pres id cut-elect lynxes New York for Conference at tht‘ White House WARMER TOBAX; (OLDFR TOMORROW NE int* 59 f* yr f t t with the ca'-Cl * I es Tile c Near 103! wa Marcus Hook and Parkside O' the figures The leal tied man of the fl P S F A ai! ca'Iona I count ch attn y low in comparison in other toxins and d in this city for the but 88 cents per child lay*.out $5 43 per child $8 97 to Quote a lew used bv Dr, King “ducitof, who is chairing* committee of the Mr. IN dent Hoot The Pm cuss the warned ai UP to ana pi rn his admin! lead to im-ire he lake; SCI CHV at It will ll sternal ran Penn*) h ai and Mat cast is fat The hit I terdav wa? lowest was above non veer, Mas date Is 83 in F Del he KIWANLS HONORS J. IL BRANSTON l*re>cnfs Him With Medal tor Most Worth) Work in < ommunitv Hunter I ai ion and 11) H lits lo the pi r ■■ IGI Co uncilnnn O ii a mni ion tim a brup surpi Mr In in on r»f the troop ■hicIi One of the first honors bestowed b* (iiiuriioi NI ii 1.1 in nj,i Ferguson of I who rerent Iv took over Ihe helm of Ihe lorn Mar Male, was the r ank of I olonel on N|rs I.vt I XX finial k ibove , of Marshall, lei Nfrs tv nm i, i. will wear an arms uniform • Mi ail iii i asians she allends slate affairs as a member of (<overnor I er-g ii Mio s st a IT SENATE DI I KATS (TOTI KE RI KR \ otes AS to .TO Against Si* lcncinm line) Eon rn and I i11hns|«>t* ('oliot ts Mr P I: $88 I Ka i t 'in wo ■Hon r OO (MIO mi yr hlgh-‘tjorm on nor Ptn-the Leg* day nor i of fe h; tat ti to ti irUtr $4i w hi OOO OOO added con I. and annual tnaintcn between $50,000,000 an< the gyatem aa a whole ii the new road* ar ed to benefit, w ‘ ck* be f be rom ’at bual UP lh ion1 Kl til dr P In im i n v 36 m part of the hur-soximatelv 75,000 are of pa.sac tiger at the Mime time creased, certain irced out of oerv-oared. Mr pew ness organization se its plant and while undertaker rge group of its Commercial vc-figurcs given h\ cent, of the total ( taxes, all of *t refused t conference illation over and the in An nest! $jf, There w and JAP NAVY REVIEW PRAN MOVED UP T riennial Maneuvers to Be Held in Nudist, Instead of Fall VV (' Mr dr. chi with mm* t Ion the hi ion wl MW , IO I Mi meet ow hr Hr •ll (ll tilt th a t h** 4 IMI)inned un l’,»|r twelve TIMO OI MIKKI,; ll Kl.I • KOK (OI KT tier n ast Hitch he ani cloture pro His effort »f the State of Penn-f mil inned on l.ast Page TKA DON 'IVN KNI IS UIS I.IFK VV ITH OAS im mod if t iatlons. Norm; whir H Davis, I t he Gen rn ief Amel Arms ' Mr. R< A pr 0    Wa, 1    Mi i3 E Mi NI’ ■fill Yeadon, Harvey In the g Montgomery, Roil Radei nu Yeadon Deputy Coroll* r Id wa rd I I nellv, Lansdowne issued a certif' of suicide police aid Myen Ie note to his wife asking forgiven* I XI I S I I III V I Kil l I ll STRATFORD, Conn, dan (IP Deforest Jame.son. Jr . 20. ' Undergraduate, was killed ear.' '< when his automobile struck a pi aph pole. In Ms 4 lie foi Mr itngton ref e Preside .’ell dsnne d HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv I niled Press) AT .II IT KR SON f XRK st night af th* Continued on Page Twelve II FARINE (IF MVI SED YOl THS BOST BONED Hie scheduled hearing, last night, of Walter Batcmcn. of Ta’ lor Terrace, near Fulton street, and Ray* mcfrid Ross, 26, near Kerim sn TORIO, expected th spokesman ? A report ( Mandates C Usher! lomor derstood to Japan ha, ct tan bases Caroline Ids icing treats* that cd bi that Mild be Pre para neral ; ftiieuvei: e mane it they . IO Jape the I. mussi fir t nan an I h I irne HIn Cr ted na elal It ’ in, who had arranged per-for the supply of more than md Quarts of milk earl) dav opening scene depicted an urished child suffering in the f parents unable to obtain lent. A vi'it from a prom- f'onUntied tin Page Twelve I imiImlied un Page twelve BH I Ll HBI N ES ( \SE TO BE RKOBE NED WASHINGTON, Jan will be made lo reopen Question of mdrprndrn Philippine' under the n mu stolen good' The ai Kliment I* started in tile home < on Chester pike. Pi o p 19 Efforts anf| john Suehodoh the whole Dnlrhr.nzNk alias Dot s of Hie Philadelphia failed Ic aid to have been Mr Sol*kl and taken to Pa i md ie la moments of tin with hi* indictor duck ’ Republican ie doubted Hit Mlrh-was direct it.g his Pro Tem Ma*s and l ender Watson .Hen a toj took the Admin md rn mr Mu bari tan for the . which are he! pokcsman said livers ar*' heir will be held On IS us I, rot kn Th moi; MC ii (Kite Dr the destination of ti they leave port R NEN TE V( HER today, Ii n the mr animi IMES SI DHESI A every yeas a crept anc (‘uttmg I *>n to believe ti! e of t lie rev I: n *1 * p e n d * n c Milton Ben rv 15, dr rh of which wi us passed over s at the Cli - ii' y Train mg Hoover ,*i * field in at lid hv the Ben KAH IlfP r Teacher*, a ! riieyney, d i:**d K mg if) Uta of a heir! a Hack while at - * Hampton of tnimediatr lust night. • sh*.* in Pi sil lienee sa to the bill id today he w winch has just I tv, who wa s a room pan led and that lie would seek I members of the faculty of the sub lee t in Hie extra •I. was imp* to extorts to introduce his < un he was st ricfcen A pl the new Congres: or > < summoned and upon Hus bill. It Is intended I! 1 >! I'>’,Ii' 1 11 the instr u* to* for promp Bena tot t indejjendence King has iiad tv, who WB* born st Cm from Mat me! Quezon p Harvard lh iduate **f Im He the Insula of the me r Benne and a new Congress peters learned pet* d Ha Pi ,,R* blah rn* ire tamnm >it phiR be Ho* ii leu ti lei* md WI Au <« nave orient of the peters leadership No when leaf) million'* Cephen fite at Piuside Mil h of amate Major an ban p^e Miring surho- poult ton that a1) that voted against ome of cloture will in- supporting the Long* Thoma* filibuster The filibuster itself a pp*' a rn to lie * sintegrattng somewhat. with long ' adv to limit debate Tile lo em ii I he Governor s that one cent be added to th* gasoline tax, Mr, pew says, "your own administration’s experience with Pennsylvania a gasoline taxes will not need lo be recalled to you; it showed a redo* cd ratio of collections when Hie tax tate was raised, and an incensed r:«?!o of collections when the tax tale was lowered ’* Mr. Pew adds Hist iii the District of Columbia and three mates which have only a 2 cent tax gasoline consumption has in-* teased an average of 6 7 lier rent during the past war, while in 45 HI a I es having a 3 to 7 cent tax the tailing off in sales ran from 1.3 per cent to over 13 pet cent Relet • mg to the Governors statement. "it is not good public policy to ie* the Hocks ruin the railroads and m- < Motioned on I .ast Page BREBA RE TO DISPOSE OE SCOTT ESTATE of Deinw HRonw ti rom he de posal of one tv’* show places, in Aidmor**, have Hirst Ac MacFar- n P l>, long a ti I fide pen >* a opposed t. cen pa cd w to trap*!! ivsslon He r oft Mi mf et Do! int' bl : n in defat held II lh I ant i a 11 v to provide Teated bv Rh -i and taken to ie John Hand nd named peas th* men to un it ted to the if Ila 11 Anchoic sum of $->oo and Peters in I ad* han/vi in bank provision of the GIs- *v iiich he objected is to he to limit branches to stat* pee im ally permit them, OTHER MOM \ N lo MD STI LEM \ N to I* ed I* Ch ll II rid NF VV James A CR' Hat Jan an. torn ident uh 19 If pi Nff I Rh Durham A? Irvine, archils mid builders 'Die property is I of the estate of James Crosby aul Ii con - i*ts of 192 acres of *ded land intersected bv several •am*, an Fihzahethan style rest-ice containing 56 rooms, IO baths. ac* and gardens It was built Hie late William V Scott st a met $ | OOO Otto 'IT I I XI I i N ll I I NI XI* HI I X NI F H Hat I meinIxr of th Rangoon Bm < veiling se rf if Baptist finn Qu* of Woodrow* street, I Tadraster, Balderdash.    bf ar Kc: .i    •    w in    w •    re    e. 2—Go Easy, Bullet Path, f'lreronexr,;, nr. I ugen Lvgcage, Lflbertf I l ie shad' t.ui Home Bred Santa Roma, Johnny Shaw, .Maud Bag-    on I|!' 1 f    n    'n''!*' ’Dev    -aid jfy,    ’    they had bern    enticed by    the    youths, I -Timbrrman, /ode, Patricia < larc,    was post port'd. Fill In, I.iniuaxt. Mix Up, Beau    The    case    was    to XVrark, Noon Play, (»eorge k.,    ^be    office    of    Magi Happy Warrior. 4 C heckmate. Fortunate Mann. Bill '    '    ‘    '    9*-a Phillips, Bay Rose, Wolverine,    hi* offices, 17    la C atalans Idol. Thos. Patrick,    when the ac* .    n    vv* Durhrw of York, Sabinath, Clar-    fbre him for    pr rick. S—Donate, Duelist. b (im. Campbell, Miss Perfection, Friar. Little .Martelle, Morsun, Marion Orrnont. Balthasar. Xd-rian. One Long Hop. Hard R«m k. 7— Mingle, Purlie, Bill seth, C'hatson, IHI !'.*>< k vV* Wrench, Trek, Sun Nlcddlcr, Fstin, Florence Dolan, Klip Drift. t tail Wind, Transgression, '■••Ins, Xvcnby, Yarrow, Chiefs Gypsy, Chiefs Troubadour, Clare Bee, Golflex, Curtsey. Xx rather—CToudy. Track— I ast. Continued on Page Twelve IVIBX s| ssiov I) X I I WASHINGTON. Jan 19 -'ENS President-elect Ftankiin D. Roosevelt already lit*.* determined upon a rtyitr for n special session of Congress. it was reported in congressional circles today. Tile session, held inevitable because Hie Democratic program can not be passed in the present ‘Tame duck'’ session is expected to be called about April 15 ve been heard rate Honan in > had directed ard before him at Sixteenth .street, ere arraigned br. nary hearing yesterday morning in police court. The post pone men t is said to have been requested by the mother of one of the girls, whose names were not divulged bv police. The ca.- of J nu Mc: ut 26 of the    .    ,    r    ... i md ’ * <h ( minty I,eau ut* «» "onion heard yesterday before .Mag' istrate Honan in his office, was heir for further hearing. Martin wa: arrested on a warrant sworn out bv Mary Bricrdcnback, who chargee him with assault and battery, Iii* arrest was made Tuesday. mom .saturnsv irornm with tntet sent at Cohow nto *»l BW XX ST X I IDV IIF LD I P Two bandits held up Mr; Ann * at the North Phila n of the Broad stre* today and cvrajjed wit shier fanned when th *d a revolver at he low* and scooped up th Dc Administration irades \ to can ne nu the I in the Href I ins 1 bask Burm hrfoit h nine Hull mn, former faculty Cushing High School, ria. will speak at the in the South Chester I I. Third and Jeffrey inda His topic wull he Mr. Harrison is at present classes ar Hie Crozet Theo- I? o* eon ten ut. ths ll XVIII I "> (.FT • UU*! Da vin. castile delphia st at I* subway, early *8 29 Tile rf bandits point broke the win NF W hit RK. Jan 19 INS* Ii a flossed the police deadline y, i»ound and gagged two men woman in a diamond rn ere he ice in lower Broadway and esc a h $5 OOO In loo* UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE NERI) I xw *< on i \ 11md i) Dr lent vol I I) ( III Nim I DILS Martin BUX 55. a rh > home in Philadelphia y< W ASHING ! Of, The House Judo uav voted to ext bankruptcy law lever, sewer, pa VI! ligation d’.strict*. Jan 19 *UP v Committee rl lienefits of avision bill rn I AT III XI I XII I’ XKK I—Flying Cherokee, Meridian Queen. Protractor. J—Bitt' Bit, Shilly Shallv, Wise Ways. Prince Drake, >peedy skippy. t—(larho. Billy (lump. Partisan, Plutarch, 'scot Free, Solace, I — VIr Spongr. High Jack, Xrmesby. Judge s< hilling. 5— Vnne , f— None I. 7— Vonei, XX rather—< lear, Track — I X I AGI X ( XLIF V I F J — >e< Juried Winter Neighbor, Billy O’V’ral, XX ce spider, ffev I lirt, Don Face. J—Miss Timidity, Katie L, sun K, Chiming Bells. Red Currant, l.umillion. 3—( alifornia Beauty, Bud I Ider. Mi. Lassen. The Lone Trail, Marv-medr. Beige. 4—Shannon Rose. Soviet* Talk. silver Bf*nd, Nfontanaro. ( hehalis. NIiss ( he'cnne 5— Vonei. 6—Doctor Ired. Valley Queen. Xnthi SBK! I AL Al TO Lie ENSK BLA RES Announcemen! Hat Fie Bi pe was made today af of Motor Vehicles, ms residing in the Stat? to whom license plates were assigned bearing a .single letter. Among the number were Anna M Hackett Upper Darby, AH; David H Pier*. Clifton Height*. DIT; Daniel J. Murphy. Merlon station, DJ; R V Jordan Haverford, DY; Miss Ethel Peters Butler, Newtown Square, F.B J Warren Billion. Jr., Folcroft, KY, George E. McCarthy, Upper Darby GM John M Broomall. 4th, Upper Darby. JB; Katherine Keen I/wag, Voters Hear Time!) Talk by Educator “Unemployed Insurance," was fbi topic of an excellent address given 1 Dr Clare Wilcox, head of the Depji t-mcnf of Economic* at Swarthmore College, yesterday afternoon, at the League of Women Vo'er* mee'ing. held at the Women'* Club house in Media. 'It is a new thing In 'he United States," he .said, "but is not new in other parts of the world Fifteen countries in Europe have it and some date back for a great number of years. Fight of these countries have a compulsory unemployed Insurance while the other seven ha-.# a voluntary unemployed insurance. ‘ Forty-nine millions of work*: -are revered outside the United Staff -he continued, “of which 46 millions are covered by compulsory unemployed insurance. There are in the United Slates approximately 250 000 Dishonest Dollar, Description of Inflation DRUGGIST VICTIM OKARMEDYOUTHS Bropriclor dI (ilcnolricii Store Secs Bandit^ Rifle ( ash Register r    n,    ijfisi*    according ic cam-    "if*    'Hiere wasn' i nu steal, sit? intimate v of I think that m VI r i • an Olin age ' d-i tin whatever love I ha i of Our life wa* Just « another. Mr, Stillman * lie need* me to lr * a *•    And Hie ,s»o be of    any help to e puai 11J ti i a n Wont rr ai seminary, xvi) I III It I 4I>I XL XRM if com pa la rm v* be fore ut turtle: if Twer me* responded ■sterdav affer-2 30 oclork. I in from Box ity-aecond and I for hi ne *ep« (‘.iii I.Hand C to Cuba don pi ie' " an Lansdowne KL. T. W Trainer, Jr., workers cared fo. Chester. KU; Raymond J. Littlefield. Swarthmore, RZ; E. L. Chapman, Drexel Hill, US; Annie Kershaw Sykes Wallingford. VG; Israel Ham- in recent va uarv 1931, th ui, Bryn Ma wr, YH. KILLED IV DLR I It XIV the voluntary unemployed insurant*' “There ha* been an increased Interest in the unemployment situation In Wisconsin, in Jan-was adopted the first ( ontinued on Last Pag# F XX DRk DRY I. XXX RF Pl XL WA! SHIN GT J, 19 •INS) — "Dish* rn est Do I " if S* •ere ta rv Mills rieserij of nfi atle mat v process i hat v rou Id be bro ug) a tx) i it bv th** luiu an ce of un -sec d I rap* r motley. i sec rota ry W’t OI i record againv t St8 run K ti prii I tin g presses to inn ■ t he VO i urn f CU irr* ncy in circut it ion at th? ■ t I me a measure was b< More Hie Ut * of R fpresent - a t i \ f rn vi de for th e 1: rnmediate pay mf nt. i urj i* ti O’ c! of the farB v glue Of the bo UU' I Cf rtificates. Bim* thai t t I me Mil is has not. clwn%1 "d h rip I n In view of pltlft) t cot iditi on* • CX * n more fiB Kb rn: lined! n * obi >osi lion i to in- flat ion of ti hat typ Obi a ming : tm f or any go vern- mental put lot by ra ising the funds I th rou gh 1 taxa ition i lot bv draw- mg on the pub lie t T*’( lit, not bv pav- mene of a n r ion* St hoi liar, btr by setting the pm t;t in K I ^re; srs to work prat tin g di shot lest d< olla rs," he de- scribed Usa.' it rot “It i las b cen orb cd to time and aga in, and I kno1 w of no instance where it I las fa.; ed ’n •mg ret- rib utlo: ' > 8 ll I A di isast ,c r, " 5 I i ; i ‘i . said. "The re is no rete son I I can con' cive to jus my the go vernin lent Cf tile United St ai (es r*sr *rti nu to printing "I can irnagin?, a poor bankrup people, at the end of their lrsourrc and as a last act of desperation re .sorting to the debasement of then currency. But for a gieat, powcifu nation, probably the strongest na Hor economically not only in the work today, but thai ha1 ever existed in til* world, that even in a period of d??{ depression has not begun to ca! upon ll* ultimate reserves and re-.source* deliberaf* Iv to adopt till; insidious and essentially dishorns? device, would to my mind be worse than an act of financial bankruptcy It would constitute moral b nk-rupfcv." Mills declared if there I one Ie, on in economic history on which ail ar* agreed, it is th** extreme difficulty of Mopping art inflationary proc* of this kind, short of such com pie* * debacle a* reduce the currency tq worthless paper. Mill* pointed out there j no *ur-rency shortage in rh* United .States He admitted that there ha been on Garden a credit contradiction but added that from the moi there exist ample reserve-- on chich Glenolden p wa.* preparing to when the two yo h? wiiJked from partm*mf, Uxiatee tore Werner wa: dc playing a revolver* At Heir command forc'd to return to t department where one k* pf. him covered wk while the other walk counter and emptied t Aft*r the youth Ila money, he eailed to r (if it Cites* •coop- % miff* made light 'hen ll INR XI I GR XV I J ll to Mary A Oat lay et < OM DRI It X I DR DI X ll * pre: >f th*- n I ire presit ck of ’ m Phil* the J opicsof J im cs Ann Harding goes thro Valley woods every day and Marshall Megiii !s hi oldest clothes in order to The flu epidemic is England It could be v get no medicine? Ugh the Ro<-e for a tramp ggtng out his qualify. spreading in norse. Sup- n and could General Butler think, dav Japan will get the r lands If they keep they should soot* have hi that some 'hihpptne Ison pushing lf the world, New Jar say colice t<> w Sylvania truck drivers." r line Btnce when did th ring oil all Pcnnsvhani rads a hrad- Some eongrrsamen t alk nothing v mr It seems that mix* even popular in Washini •d drinks are A half-naked man w here bv railroad detective oppoKite sex ran expect with anything like than s. Only the to get away Strange as it seems, ^uganda written so far locrarv has bern written HI 'he pro-ft bout tech** bv hand. Ui>*»it time tot* ran 'n ti ■ md WILMINGTON. Del, Jan. 19-*INS»—William A. Dean, 40, a seaman. af 7191 Griggs avenue. Detroit.    I INDIANAPOLIS,    Inc Jan 19 S., Bright Outlook.    Salty, Dark    Mich was decapitated today when INS? B a    vote of "3 to 18    he Ray.    he toppled between two freights cars    Indiana House of Repro Drat    y* 7—Petite Nom, Rosie tora. La    on a Pennsylvania railroad train    todav adopted    a i*■■<■,; .non nun;*    a - FTorelle. (ordon    Bien.    Fair    Authorities :.a;d the man evident;-    iring Coner*    to repeal the Kiel;*- .- a qu’ion ti..-* .nvolvex the rout- ■••• or r. Milk declared fhe gov ti- of drug tore robber J* in Hi* * ’em tup:    of cli ■ u ion todav ut the 41st H( ithei x    *>-.# Tain and eenth Amendment. The resolut v bel eioudy tr •< k muddj-    .;    .    ■    Lumbt „ses to meet its obligations. This The problem Is to pi chin*' turn west about a block disappear lice were notified and adequate fliers ’ were sent to police in neigh-«nd po- firing boroughs and this < itv It is believed the bandits are members of credit to tho gang that ha p rp**trated a series Coleman A Company bituminous I IRS | ( XBI VII 'll I I I VG I .ONDO N Jan 19 'UP* The first cabinet meeting of 1933. a* which Manchuria war debts and numerous rom es t ie problems were discussed was held todav Sir John Simon, ioreign coefarv, came bv airplane from Geneva (or the meeting I lie NY ca titer [ I I SIBER NHS IV s| ^|o\ Financial and industrial problems : fret ting the millwork manufacturing plants of th* country formed the XX XVII I NG TOV. fan 19— I I* — F*.recast foi tonight and Friday: F.astrrn Pe n nay Iv an ia Generally Lit trmght and Friday; slightly colder in extreme north portion to-ni;lii; * oilier I i i*la' Western I’enn'vlvan.* Generally fur and much colder tonight and I rida' V>m Jrrsn: Fair ton.chi anil Frida* ; collier Friday TOD XX s I F NI Pl R X I! 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