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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT IVX in ( I RC TI. VT ION FOR > I \ Mon I MS KMM Mi S} I-1 KM HHK 20,1 OS FINAL EDITION ir it it ir With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.5(H). BRITAIN ACCEPTS i . S. BID TO SKM) ENVOYS ON DEBTS Note, However, Contains Reservations on Scope of Earle} s V\ ill Inaugurate Barade of European Debators to Submit < ases "d Pre •f INS I UP I CH KST KR, IVA., T Hl'ILs DAY. J A NUA RA 26. ll*: EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS FLOATING A “NEW DEAL VV ASHING FC IT ?4 «♦ V in Mi vc* e disc id? of K and F if Brit!' tinistrat! the Pi' Wan ( GINTY WELFARE BANKS SECURED COUNCIL GROUP MOST OF LOANS IN PHUA STUDY FROM THU R.F.f. Comprehensive Program Official AA ashintrton Report to lie Presented Next Shows Them the lleavi- WINNER AND LOSER A CCK est Borrow era I. II. Ward Hinkson AA ill Details Agency Cave Out Address Session the Opening $1,17 1,083,307 in Six Months ip, un 'nip nu IV I U I (WI WF ii ike place a In an Iliff >aervation friendly » cation tha merican b rence and 'ha ill not bo lend From the Ame aport a tit constr teat Britain wii int a return to 'Mhing in vest! ire to France lore w ill be n at the econoi ia t Frances ton viewp "ration is be prepare the gold J an in-Anglo* I Ii*- railroad* of tin* nation received hofi hanker, and I’rcMcl* ut-elect Roosevelt, et XA lrm port a lion f nmittee and often i mentioned for a uatlon was disc ussed at the conference. s confer —in e I.flu G .4. Cai u< 11 ic I pest. I lie « nile n B ten itei I’ ii in Ii i Iii New V ork I- e-chairman of the National Iran*, ranee of the domestic economic sit- Hoovn ns that a return to tm told standard would be the moated besin that the debtor countries could offer the tinned States in return for debt reduction. Within the last four months, government reports show < ontinued on Page Sixteen I > IST Ii 1111 ’ T K Kl,OCK AT NKW STATION Sr’, eral hun were given fie new central cl of Lie home s American Rod af 612 Sproul st FLANKS DAMAGE HEADLEY GARAGE IN THIRD WARD Officials of the Complin} Express Belief Time Bomb Caused Blaze Build intr Badly Scorched; Three Trucks Consumed - I.ofv Blared at 85000 MAY BE DIRECTOR PA. LEGISLATURE ——    -    MOVING    SLOWLY ON LAW MAKING No Single Measure \p- municlpat hon homeless. will t combined anim Delaware Count md the Community I'own idelphift rn the Bellevu next Tuesday and Wed ne* r find mg* of the cornu tployment anti unrniployme or .several months will be o ar int ere,si to Delaware coni as to Philadelphia and of he in I he stair a-here qu*-ti* i ploy men t relief have been serious, id ealise of the fact '.ss (ondiiiolis rind relief r\| ?hmm hunt Ins area h»\ del ed m dei ai! la ware count lams who are ti iminenI pan in welfare anc letivines aLso have a large ?■ ie deliberations of the cond •rente .I II Ward Hud man of the Delaware Co f Board, wall discuss "Tile st rat ion of Unemployment ll e County" at the opening se,- WASHINGTON, .tan it lie secrecy which for near as hidden early activities r ’instruction Finance Cc uteri today with a rejsu mise detailing loan: to', The great lending agene » mve a nations financial **<1 that during the ion us of lls existence it n urn 5 000 advances to great ti inks and fathead* rn UP ay a Hep SI ll IDE THEORY IX CASSIDY FASE IS SUPPORTED Believe Eddystone Man killed Self AA Hilo Despondent Results of Post-mortem Examination Not Made Public bv Coroner Af Andrew Cassidy, 79. Thirteenth street.' Kd «e bullet-riddled both* from the wafers of r lake In Ridley town- I X MONN OI NMI ll \ Hot sowers Today, South Trimble I report on IL* beginning on tis ( e« pi VU night th Mr ■■ Hie es mad to meat lancing ope gulf Ode; ti the ti ram af ion ads , of mc fired neet 4«. * milles lur yester! lay t it the center lervire sec ii HIK i ion ( of t he Cross a a ac Ant store reet. The form* -r Rta- w De at i the vacant store tcanned the r: w w> re William War William    Green h Forsythe. In the new qu found much great the crowd and it inclement wrath* can be made fret the rear while t ti " the forward p belter from the Mi Administra Kenneth I VI Pi of Continued oil r.igr Sixte** bei proved bx Both Houses MEMBERS Of YI \R( ll in I Weeks* Session investigations Taking rime of Com rn i I 4 <• t ^ YA hilt* Bodies Rcfiss UR AND JURY ( BOSEN The Gland Jury for the Mar: ll ti tun of court was drawn v friday in Coni I Room No I out which President Ju lye W Rocer FToneiteld tola! ar die heavies) and truth coni| ll, loans of I dimmed to the social ions i eee cs of $64 710 i aim pa nit x. *70 timpani' *65.0 *223.412,100. any insat nee.* t erf were Mini* thor i zed am oui 2 042 OI* Huildu ■d auth S; moi ! OOO; »oo ant! 651 md cd tile Tt bv f] Coroner J new develf the ease a death was Besides t d of ti deep R nd til? deli poi ugh ti lo dc it lr XX 11 I I \ \| I « IM.II \\ i HARRISBURG. Investigating, tv ? time 4»f Penn I ion lief r 26    ' UP oiing. tool legislator 1933 gen i taxatun ie "n ap* House t liree lion of Harry C We,moi Carson, jui v commis He!* ti M Ga* kill, clerk commissioners; Mrs. M i Henderson, secretary to hr Id, and Thorn The grand jut housekeeper, Ti F* tins Hoffman. ship. Henry Ut Yeadon; James I nner Darby; C VU > the lur *ret Burk ! to Judge Prone dm r» I i|i«.:,iff are: Wha J. Rot un townahip; C lit. Radnor town irr. unemployed Urn*ii, ironworker re B Ross. aga,* With oolith al fervor limning high loan: were extend' <1 to I rd- throng buat Iii* Irish t ree .’stale. md hanks, joint stock I,<riel rl*rkg» went to tile |w*IU to deride livi-.lo k ate gilt ult ai a1 between President I inionn de Xalt-rit nrpotafnci* ai I * i '-(lit un nm and former President William I I os ms foi dire'-* a in a ult in a I re grave in the general election the two lampaigfi* were among the most Continued on Page Sixteen violent in lite brief history of ihe lri»h tree State, and today’s returns indicated tie Valera had been retained in power. KASHI.INK CKK k \\ \K IAI NCU Kl) 11,in ll. Frau ha in t>e ,<*ri ti he distribute small room recipients in MHC Sv.zgrr siieriev, of Kentucky, Is 'bown a* tic ap|v»-.*red al Warm Spring*. Ga., for a conference with President-elect Koo*“V» It. Ihe former I ongrcssnian from Kcntu*kv is otten locntinned as lite urn budg-i direi tor, Ihe incumbent i* J. Claw* - in Hoop, formerly of I plan*!. untied in nu ICS th (pandittires, road I Th the t til ll) Nill PNN IIM Arrested on a warrant obtained ii ♦ he office of Magistrate Michael A Honan, of the Second ward. by hi; wife. Anna. Joseph Our. 26, of State*., burv street, was g:\en the preference 2 of paving a fine of $10 and rosta or serving 30 days in the county prison, when given a hearing last exen mg In default, he was committed to jail Gue was charged with assault and battery. T rom 11 Man HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (ll* I mint I’rcvs) AT NCI V C NI,II N I F I-—Wee Spiller, Crystal fiver, Winier Neighbor Pleasant Hills. !—Bal l ie < boil c ( alite, I.adv Pal- t ridge. B-llarion. Pawn. flying j V flames : 22 truck proxima the exec from th' Firem* in, Moya mensing and O' Tom pa ti lea arrived in time in saving most of the truck were handicapped hi Hu1 den which filled the building Officers of the express | point out that th** three trucks which were destroyed were of the magneto type, and had no batteries, which might have caused a spark. The frucks destroyed bv the flames were put iii the garage at 2 p in. yesterday Br* and it would have been impossible tin.* for the fire to have started from the a seiu engines, which were cold,    cham I)* phe 'he dens* smoke clouds, the dowi * firemen succeeded in preventing the Collin STORK POURERS PLEA . rt i AR a ill F The e amok nmpnn lug nem exp< U still Senate and Hou; -om mitt or. plannin " "time and mon" teom a commie* ai*** department a Questioning of *i* Hilled the love re essential a'** programs mid mg. econ* lilly law re- .** appropria-iu action .waited a I yes i. leat- Florae* house Wayne Rowe < Jones, weaver I ace B R ice sn Alice Stetson h George F Hun* field; Margaret Darby; Mollie Haney rf E ancor* A. fluor. A (An I ill «ff*p and awake DK VALERA AHEAD IN IRELAND VOTE cc per. Ha din ak, Yeadon; George lifton Heights; Hor* mali, Ridley c*»rk; us**k* epee, Tinicum, *, salesman, Spring* Sloan, f let k, I 'plier ftoseiibla (f. lion al iv hung indent i H' k* aper, K VCV Hall, Chester; worker, I aid cli erie W Ut J’Z and tun Bt Fixe Confess Nine Chain Store Robberies in |0<* ('ounf v pin’ mem 'Ie a Hoi lee rn how much fi be tmcnt at-l eport is ins stood ■-ought to ti* < defl IO Ht*'ll house k ng*-r. Fifth , Hows rt h. I sped Park; W, Dr five salesman, Col hon;' keeper. Pin man. housekeeper, cr; Anna I Htan Darby; William I Jpper Darby. Ii comp prtr Al nlai! DUH •ut K Fie* Citing unemployment and as the rea on for their depr fi\e men. four of them rest this county, appealed brfon mall and MacDade, a morning, and pleaded j •ies of nine robberies i i stores in Upper Darb East I .ans ial*‘, during I *»nlinii*-*l on r’agf Mxlfcn A OI ’NCJ BEOELE’S R \ LLY TON IC HT JUfigVf Media Kau rally is bring held st Church of Phii-•ning    Di Homer elected president •rally will be the ne, Aldan and November and morn rn i conduct Patro 1 the man th blaze from .spreading to ’fie roof o the building. Several water sit ram were played on the roof while other fought the blazing trucks. The fire ned on the job until after fled and ti and 4 year* f December, s tomorrow, s The seif-- Howard Tov They Ic sentenced thi »venfh Fulton e church at Urerfjs at 7 I l l ING TO FONDON 26- • UP' I hailie. 3—(den Ivy, Nun K Flout Top F.valyn IC, Brbe, Learn*. I—Glad Effort, Penguin. .Bardie, Iii! OI’ \N Algeria Jan The Deck, Heinie. Ruffian    I adv Mary    Bailey, Brit ll a-    ,,Vr 5—King < are**, Parisienne.    XX est Ire.    r-srued from    the Bahera after    b^ir Publication, Barb, (iene    Oliver,    forced down    enroute to Cane    Tow Jeu De Bar. Tinette. Tom    Proctor,    left by plane    for London today. 6—N one. 7—I ac* luna. Florida C.old. Just Or-mont, ( aikona. XX eather, clear; tra* k, fast. eased robbers are of Lansdowne, mar* ther of two boys. 5 Walter Schmidt. 25 Henry StemmeJ. 30, both of West Baltimore avenue. Lansdowne Joseph McGee, 17, Plrasen*Ville N J and Rn-kir Parnno. 21, Broadway, Clifton Heights. Schmidt, Sternmel Continued on Page «ittern A voting p* f>i bv the Fifth B <fi* ph e ti Rainey the ti* of Bucknell Universe main speaker Music w ill be provided by the boys from Girard College. A    .    ,h,    . gioup from th* First Baptist Church ^j r fla.siiiign* in I Two rn her o linen.    j SQn 23, of No PARK RCBBER1 DENIED    "|f! (d'- street, this Au’ho-tods declined to d..s- ' que* Honing CIM a report (hat an attempt hae! shoulder *-*-Ii bren made during the night to Flower Hill burglarize the historic Benedict a few night .vnnld Mansion in F'i*mount Park in the Cli* Philadelphia It wax into this house terday. W. thai Benedict Arnold, the traitor witness to ' took his bride, P*g"”’ Shippen, in , investigated 1779    ' ttctive Rue EROAX LER HEED EDR (JI ESTEEM NE Arrest d worn found prowling in an alley pear Fourth and W'elsh streets, Ins* night, I/eonard Lewis, 3? Negro, was held for investigation when arraigned in police court th.* barges of disorderly spif ion, rigiit Wit* attracted by m of two young women, win* prowler in the alley and be-When Wright took custody, lie had a {mw kef. f.’egroes, Clarence Reich Olive street, Media Warden, 23, of Church tv were alw held for Rf on wa* shot in tile » vssitli g a hoiisr ill the * • i< of Die Ninth 'ce agf) iud was a patient cr Hospital until ye* -if ii is hcmg held a« a * affrav which is being v Assis ant Countv D* nifirnit aerv ire    .stations t county, Philadelphl Montgomery bounties, as Hie result of a decision readied a* a in»eiiiia of th** Independent. Oil Dealers’ A-, sfs’ia* ion. in Phll*flp|pliin, ye«aerday wndent. dealer* fully expiwt jor companies to meet iheir lion Tile independents ai*-kdded. if they will drop their till lower \terdav meeting if was ex-tiuit tile 3-cent cut wan a retaliatory mensure againat Hie major e«*rn{iani' ■ who have dropped M'all prs •, exrlusua nj S’ate and Federal tnx four cen ta in Hie past month 'Hie independent organization la 'aid to represent 27H deal-* i in the four counties. The new price at. Hie independent Tile vc station* this morning was ten rent* Utica! ba .4 gallon, including las. Unle** the ^ chief Looks Like a IjAihMhIc in Elections as Ballots Roll I |) Val* of n.xMii'Cfj his Ft vftrklng major (lower legjslHilVf- Ho pi rilling on the un of Hie labor Party Premie It L*h r lamJ-in Ire* Party Da 11 ground rapidly, and th*’ investigator* ar** expected lf) return a vet dict of .suicide some time today. The ledge on which tile man * blood . lamed liar and revolver were found. ta approximately fifty feet from tile ware: - lev* I Cher was no evidence of any struggle either at th*’ point. or anywhere nearby. It is believed that Cassidy, while rutting on the ledge, fired the shoes into hts body and then toppled from the cliff Funeral services for Cassidy will be held tomorrow afternoon Iroin hta lair home, 124!) Fast Thirteenth street, Kddystone Interment will oe ill the Chester Rural cemetery He is survived bv three children, a daughter, Florence, 19, and tw*o sons. Andrew , 16, and William. 12 Nears old. SEIL HT EY (OEDER AN E ATHER BREDE TED Clearing ikjes and slightly mld^r weather ai* predicted today, with generally fair condition* tomorrow, in F astern pennsylvania New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland ’lh** highest temperature here vr*. terdav was 60 degrees, a* 3 p rn., and the low*'** was ;i«H at 6 a rn The average of Ct was eleven degree* above normal for the date but threw degree- below the average January 25 last year Maximum temperature for the d’*'e is, 58 ' labllshed in 1069. and minimum 7. in 1897. Hum . >e toda' wa al 7 18 a rn , and •timet v si j,, a» 5i:t p rn, Iwitrm Standard time CLERE YA! AN SHEAKS TO EIKE K I AA AMANS The keynote speaker af a meeting of th* Ch'-sier Pike Kiwani.s Club, lie Id in Norwood, last evening wax Rev. Her Im rf A Weaver, pastor of mn or compani* meet their price, their * ale will ire nine cent* |>er gal-S*u. phi three cent* Blate and one cml Federal tax a total of 13 cent* STE \ MER ALLROUND DI I MARC ES HOOK w th**r once ie lr <{)p*> Holv Ti nut el tv. The talk WI Three new n af Hie meeting Pros i K*e I Park David Morrow The Pike Doyle (own P I u the ran Church, this subject of hi* impressive Ihe fen Commandment*. w members were admitted . Edward Brighton, of Arthur Chron? and bolti of Glenolden Kiwaman* will visit i. nf’xt Tuesday eve-icy will be the guest* • branch at * regular I• ie i Dunng the heavy    ram    and    wind    Indfp ii    i I* ‘ fir . ti .iii i i 11 * iii * of Hie Bull Lute whtch rleaied from Phi,:)delph .t fo: the    plant    Of ll)*’    Pure Oil Con p*-nv 7 ti'    she    extracted to    Ar*! take on a cargo of gasoline, ran Park, aground in the Delaware River op- (ail V* polite Marco* Hook.    Matin « said a* ihe Maritime Ex- • ' chang** tilt’ morning that tile vessel, Keel* a* far ar, could be termed had auf- milk lr rd no dame; ** and ’ i’.* captain ex- Hi*1 ii I reeled 11 e ( aft Ut he Rout'd af high -Hep-- < OM Vt I I III* ' 'I I XII. I S. 'IIG XSTKX BALANCE WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 <INS> - I; ■ . v balance, a of Jan 24, $359.178.360 74; expenditure*. $4,575,-(1H 17, r is ton : receipts *14 451,225.30. I o p] cs of J i mcs How ably c iw using hid-i.irk into their »mg Bookie* •rn with some- ill VI I XII I’ XKK CONSOLIDATION PLAN DESCRIBED I—Lady I.egs. laura Gal, Zorana Shaker Lady, I ma. Dusky Lass. J—< hirf X, V >co, (.rev s;»t,h, Brookie R('i!(I jlJst It!0llf Hair Trigger. 3—Bannat h Lath. Mahomet, Prim Xii. Rural Queen. Terne ket\. Oui Felano. I—None. 5—None. IS—None, -—( elite Prince. XXeather. clear; track, fash SENATE PASSES BANKING lill.l, 01(1    HosCounty Landmark, is Razed School Districts .Means Bit: Savinu of Public Vote of 51 to 9 After 21-I)av Debate; (ioes the House KANY I it,I,KG ATK STORM BI.AMKI) ARK RKGLSTKRKI) KOR AO'IRKNTS Tenth Summer Bible School ib»y and (girl fnjiired in 1 big bon* >?. Rill he to get pleat; jus* >rking pipe* Tee ii After xfy yi lid Ho wii rn J; ll XX ANA I—La Contessa, Satino shoes, ( harming Emma. I—Opossum. June Bride. — singing Rid, I—Decorous Infi shot. Ihistlp Five adr.pi.ui n I group. The sr 009 and 500.00:: —None. '>—Gallop Xiong '—Xoshrll. shines (irr\ Aeather. cloudy; tra* k good. AT I AIR (.ROI Nils I— None). !—-Fiddler, Stimulator. ?— None , ‘— None . 5— None , i —Fag O’ Gold. I .iffier ( on. * — Don ( lear, )j_ | jtii«. XX rather—C tor. I r a i—Good. Rules recon’ plan, lniroduced for the consolidation of fourth class districts of public school? in the State, ha.v attracted much interest among resident* of Delaware county, a? the county districts will be affected bv :hr change Schools 'n Pennsylvania are divided into four classes The first includes districts with 500,000 population, ?hil-Laburgh being in this nd ranges from 30 -nd Chester I* in this clar s. The third class is from 5,000 to 30 OOO and the fourth class less than 5,000, The consolidation plan calls for a rc-adjuutment ;® that no district will number lf s than IO OOO This will enable the rchools of the distr set to cope with the rchools of the large cit ic It v. ill rn "an a re-< lassifica-tion throughout the ennre state. In th" present school districts where there are no high achoo’?, the d.r‘rict ( -Tinurci *>n J a;*- M.vie-r Manche . uh dence to lip so that na building • rn Dame A* rn Pack still !o the War of idem old I a 1871 ing ff amour: Idte-ane, just off n Ne'her Provide* rn torn down n the future a r<! for the Notre rh property ad-♦ grounds hen I off re Re! WASHINGTON. Jan 2 5 'INS1 Surviving merriles* attacks by insurgent coalition under '.rad rvr of Senator Long -D'. Lou Kingfish the Glans banking I bill was rent to the House today, 7'he vote wa* 54 to 9. and saw the end of a 21-day debate and filibuster. Even though he had forced a rom-P’omhe on Hie blanch banking pro- Idlevvild Hotel was built on what, was vision' Long yielded only after a new termed "one of ’he most prominent cloture petition had been sigmd bv hills in this picturesque locality” by 37 Senator*.    the late D. Reese Hawkins, former bill has no more chance of burgess of Media. r a law than I have of be- Shortly afer it was erected, it be- Ih    P ope and I in a Bap- came one of the mort popular sum-    present Chafer Hou < r tut" Long a rcited    mer re orts in Eastern Pennsylvania hi "We’ve dr branch bar credit of c big hankei understand "We res* death blow "Th mi in and r*>r. .. M i app)' •ximai'Iv ri a: t- ( on fo rence Bciuu Held ern acies f.n which were golf ImXs af Third Church and tennis ro ut? I here - wert a Lso places for the recreate in of t he gu bowling a «, b... a shuffle-board* rd table* and Registration of delegate* from all '•clion* fit the country were made at On the ox giro.; fh > *',.r ..... ll'”') , pi *s ii t^> die ii'adquartters of th* ten'h an its beiisg r'.-;*). ate<l HOO, nua] Hummer Bible Hchooi Confer there was n large g* ’te’a1 park ence, this morning in the Thftd Prr children * parlor, recej it ion room. dm- byterian Churel) Broad and Potter ing room, children * d ming rraim ft n a ♦ lee • ’I h* regudr.d ions ii.iri reaeiiefl * On the otiier ■no.* nm one ij *d Ii-, no* i and three floors then ’■*.< ic parlors » MCI many more are ( p*')*d before the chambers furnish'd t a accommo fin U* evening sealion. approximately 300 gu 0 Among tho***, who have already Follow.r.g f <■ i' i ll of tire late igncd the register, ar*- delegates burge**, who also hi ad erected the from all the middle Atlantic ■ talcs Charter House which stood when * th* "cverai of til" mid-we,»tcni state*. A ii I ii ( ollisions; .Motorists Arrested xx o lured city dents chich erat* may be Hoi the machine but ti mpe to control the ii pipes Wise Guy And with the new ye, weeks old, there are rn politicians who wished had never be*>n invent*- Women wearing ’ mu a new fad in Hollywood married man will admit r a few (radical budge: a swept this rrt-tIt Beatrice svkei Eighth street, SU! the head when •’ lier home bv a < Cor nog, of Me ti I the v oung worn Hospital where j, ment. Louis Pi pe, f> years old 16 W driven bv Fidgai Co: nog removed to the Chester was given ti eat- sustain' I he AVenthcr ) stands on*, John FL Hawkins and Al-    _    ___ d    down this iniquitous    it wa ituated in a grove of old    tree?    fred L. Hawkins lock over the in-    forma 'live registrant? include pro-    and Broomall^ atreetii’    The    driver, n-    tier;!, to turn ail the    ne far from Rose Valley, Moyian.    terests of the building and continued    fer‘tonal men. rr-pre.sentat.ives from    Joseph rt**gina!dt, 1215    West    Ninth ‘ion over to a lew Th" building was one of the    most    with It until it closed a few year* ago    practically all st at ion and pursuits    ,t reet, took the youngster to the ii the people can    modern, having b*"*n equipped    with    The late D Re* se Hawkins served    of life and many educators and mem-    Chester Hospital where,    after    treat- rvery possible convenience. When it Ave Nears as burge ol Media. He ben of the cierge.    ment, he wa* admitted for observa- r me right to deal a ’.in erected hi elevator wa., built wax first elected 185“ b* mg t :.<•    '•    ion    of    ■    (*•*    fen    ne®    begat,    • <or n rh. iruq-.i’*'.    if    a;    d    so    located    that gue”* could step fifth burge * of ♦ r*■■ C • Seat Re lr »* mon mg *♦ 19 *.    *>•■ i v. i.*-n tiicn a truck driven bv I Smith *19 practically every .southern state and brush burns and lacerations when he .artou* western state* including Cali- wa.. f**lled bv an automobile at Third miquitou ....... ..... ever com’'? hacg bu’ I don * bed*” e from ‘heir carr.age- direct into it. -va - in office for a period of ’bree was a br *‘-s’«n of the board of West Seventh street, aud an et.-dosed One of the mn'! beautiful I *m in 'ear* and wa- re-elected In 1862 re-tcn'inucd on rage Sixteen Penn yr an-a graced the property alalus It two years.    Continued    on    Page    Sixteen    Continued    on    rage    Sixteen XVASllIN(.TON    t ill 26— I P — Forecast f*ir Fastern PennsylvamaJ Fair .iud •.. mewhat colder tonight. Friday, irnrea>mg cloudiness and warmer; rain. Friday aucht, and iii west portion i riday afternoon. Western Pennsylvania:    lair    to night. Friday rain iii south and rain mr «nnw iii north portion; not much change in temperature. TOD XX 'N I I AI IM R X I I KL 6 a.    m.......-to    ll    a    rn ...... ** 7 a    rn. ...... 46    Noon    ..........4> 8 a    rn.......47    I    p    rn ...... -*1 9 a    rn......43    2    p.    rn. ..... 45 IO a.    m.......52 ;