Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania
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57TH YKA ll—NO. 17,501.
TI* JAPAN CAUSES
WAR SPEC! RATION
Some Sources See K\ten-s i v c Preparations — I Mite rs ( ast I>mihts
Un vs Nitrate and Lott on in lf. S., Kacli I'sablo in Hiith Kxplosives
.rd Wire Report* of United Pres International N#w« Service INS
Cl I KST KU. PA., FHI PA V. JANUARY 27, 10.13
FIGI TIT FN PAC i KS
PRICE, TWO CENTS
IN ROOSEVELT CABINET?
WASHINGTON. right, 1933. by Ur errs sing shipment* .Japan have ta used so as to the possibility ma preparations arr goini informed officials herr such conclusions ’n their opinion, if p
T'mtrd Ftatrs are brin
an. 27 (Cop ted Press Ii of nitrates
REPORT PERSISTS GLASS AND WALSH TO BE IN CABINET
Apparent I) Trust worth.* Sources Indicate Roosevelt Selection
Senator Johnson, Republican, Said to Be Sought A iso for Port folio
RAIN TO FOLLOW
CLOTHY AN E ATULE
If alii be cloudy today, followed by rain this afternoon or night, in Fast* em Pennsylvania V'» Jersey. Hr . ware and Maryland Tomorrow's forecast ^ generally fair and coldei The highest temperature hen* yesterday was 46 degrees at h p. rn and
FORD COMPANY A SM,LELFOR OLn MAN DE™ESs>°N ROOSEVELT (iFTS PLANTS CLOSED AFTER ■‘WALKO! T,
3 J, al o a
Of 4 J
'<ks ten de firer-'
date and I
av aa u* at 7 I
I lx* at 5 14 p
WASHINGTON, . The Washington Pos Sena ar Carter Ola gmia Democrat and .
. 27 (UP
nd today that veteran Vir-thoritv on fi-
Discussion ’*• pureha?
In 1931 Japan bough nitrates in the United .S’ thp plan’ at Hopewell. V rn the country and seer the world, sent to .Tapa Shipment* os** from 75t (ember to 1.933 ton 3 OOO tons in Derei Japan s total .rn '•da from all conn anc for the fir?! t ns against the sa pi reeding year, h th" po**ibilit> of from other countr Stat"*.
X.xertion.** in th# of Deputies racer* buvt ig munitions i called in mnnettil American nitrate* were 23,480 tons month* of 1932. t plant sold nj.408 ti Japans cotton p creased sharply. I State* expor ton to Japan ♦he year be short staple
United State in exports o uh usable ii h explosives
OOO tons o •*. In 193 the larges
in 14 617 ton? o tons in Sep November am
I HOM XN I U UMI
Montana Attorney (.corral
thor it* offeree Hiram Repub
ccepted of Trca
I relined had b Preside
FORD CHARGES PLOT IN STRIKE
Tells Loudon Raper Rn als Seek to Halt Production of IIL ( ar
Strike of Bod} Making Employes in Detroit Affects 1.50,000 Workmen
I if teen Hundred Worker* in laical Plant Notified ot Shutdown
r name »rma! itmer
quoted Hem A Ford
th# present strike aa
Y'nrri pin lit s was due
pw day* from Mr hi* competitors to prevent rum fro! Darters at Warm putting a new car on the market
Declaring it had talked to the ma Ires* learned an- *°r manufacturer on the transntlan Mr Roosevelt has tie telephone, the newspaper quote ! post to Senator Ford as follows
aliform* Insurgent My competitors are trying to »tn - earnestly seeking anomer Ford car from being mad* Johnson supported They have succeeded for a f# w hon:*
Sec Strike's End
By Next Monday
DETROIT, fixed J wiv r (tianted by t
Jan 27 (UP' A «tr per hour aahs ie Briggs Manufartly »od*v rn an rf
fort to break
ttic strike whirl) has
pat aly zed if* alin,attorn and
a used tile cut
nam to shut
down its plant*
Bl Ig# nfflr
als said they he skc Would !>e ended
bv Monday back on full <
md p:odin "iou put ime.
The new wa plained, fixes
ge policy, lf wu# ex-3 minimum payment
aa lief her the worker
la rfotnis enoi
igh work on a pier#
rate basta to
b# entitled to the
s to the Uni
French Cham that Japan * France were
0 Fiance. Th 1931. In n • Hopewell, \ « to France, •chases have 1932 ’he Uni 2 240,000 bales of e against I 744,000 b Mo t of his ’ on But official* ii
say thi* increase was due lo ’fie -na’a Merlin# in cotton prices They v I,.liers, a cheap form of tot ton wast*, are used for manui aet lire of gun Colton and other munitions.
"To use staple cotton for gun cotton would be like buying porter house st* ak to make hamburger, one -jfllciu.1 said. “Furthermore tlieic is possibly an 18 per cent. wastage of * otton in manufacture. Japans textile industry is capable of supplying enough waste material to fill ail conceivable r cd., in explosives manufacture."
Direct exportation of arms and war equipment to Japan have been ?mall. according to customs bureau figures. Exports to Japan for eleven month* of 1932 show: Shotguns,
It; machnie guns. I: shotgun shell* 95,000; metallic cartridges, 24.0(9; airplanes I; parachute? .75.
To China Revolve: 464 liflpv
8: shotgun- 174- machine and hear? ordnance guns, 12; smokeless powder .33 (*69 pounds; nirpla
* tit 11 lf (.I X^s
\irginia Secretary of Treasury
SCOTT MUST PAV FINE ANO COSTS
Failure to Ho Sh AA ill Mean Additional Term of Thi •ce Months
Company United R iefinitv jM-
>rkit ie en The
at the delay ami loss# s ame ■ ic. u <1 0(Kl CKX* a Hester plant, with 1500 wor y cater day at 4 p. rn. A ' ig force of 5000 wa* expecto ti of next month, shutdown order from Del ut into effect. Ford official* d, because th# company Arn. able to obtain bodle* from two Hic* thai supply the bulk of bod I* Near 1\ ISO OOO Ford s throughout Ll*# nation arr
DETAILS OF DEBT FROM SEC. STIMSON
Sends Two Personal Rcp-resentatixes to Departments at Capitol
British Chief a Active in Effort to Foster Favor for ( ancellation
Ihough the remote con HU* perse
Me I ch 4 Another p# and economic
O. Tug Wfii,
financial phasi The two pre fie attention al moved rn Ast cr:
e and lynvond depart -
tions Mean win were not day*. Sir R ambassador a tor J ow pf
the Br e. On ald Fun
I' Rot . bern I
MIks \ I It (. I\I \ si Mill,
leb* , t he h to in
is a mulla
has been in the Si He to 74 Senator Walsh, no* continuously in the 8 He is recogn most constitutional Ii gee.ss. He was the Rer in its investigation < administration oil scandals.
CUKSTKR <1.1 ti I USHS IN imilMIK A. ATC It
Hip Hr a in D* of! of
frying to obtain conli
CITY POLICK ( OCK’ I HKAKINCS TODAY
Making his second appearance in
Motte# court within a few d<\s James Bradley, who gave his address in th# 800 block West Fifth street wa* sentenced to 30 days in the
Samuel Scott, a for of the First Ward, ti: sentence of two years conspiracy and malfe-"' expires oil Monthly, pf Judge'? Albert Dutton John M Broomall and Judge Mac Dade that Iv to pay the fine and co to $421. bcf cire he w. from jail.
Judge Mac Da de told
Tin* Chester cain bridge \ nni raged the Wilmington Whist Club test night at the local clubhouse an Wel»h .street and met their master* in an fWt H great #1* exciting duplicate bridge match not help that
concern in an rffoi new Ford from lea a “I know what to shall fight them anc production cannot l>
Manufac-and sub efnplovo Miirrav stopped Kl irs for
as Ford u t ion on ty to get ie. from Briggs for prove?sing wa •n by Murray officials as the rea-foi th** laving off of their men I. Ai si disturbance growing out lie strike occurred today at I)e«
* when HOO Foni workers enroute
• - t’-. .”*■ pl,in: I* a#led of th*
d*»Avn and demande d flee street-
Cor|>m af ion cl America nectary supply of b Ford models, e breakdown came Just -tarting full time prodi 1933 models. Inabili
Robinson na* bern ac tive m endca* mg to he«d-off th# indignant < bursts of those who arc opposed cancellation or reduction of the dc Sir Ronald* activity about Bcnafe and hi* direct app
I colt out, (lid Man Denresainti, here comes a dimpled smile? It * owned Democratic leaders w ho aa s! hr Miss Virginia >rwH|, Ila ll limn *■ girl, who has been adjudged winner of a command of Hie next Kenai mutest lo find Hie prettiest and most elYerllve smile in Maryland Miss usual to say the lea*! mid I Newall will now represent her slate in a national conies! to determine the considerable comment about it today ow lier of the most attractile smile. some of it, distinctly unfavorable
—rn. .mi ..........i—.-.I...-.I ... — I*oreign ambassade* > <»nfm#
their approach#a to the government (o the Ktatr* Department.
Tile Lindsay-Robin? on visits wcr# described a* “purely social," a de-scrip!ion flint wa* partially fortified bv Sir Ronald* appearance on th# I Senate floor. Foreign ambassador* and ministers do not usually appear
I im* Places in Fifth Ward Forrrful t alks Foaluro ron«" !," ‘1 flow* except on
t purely formal and slate occasions.
Aisited; ( out ta Ii a ti (I ( onfrrenco at (hr Third Thr* hH,rf Pr*’v h#>we\,r. that
th# amba**ador was sounding out
Presbyterian ( hurrh
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FEDERAL AGENTS BIBLE SCHOOL CONDUCT Ii R AIDS WORK DISCUSSED
Seized bk Lvidenee
(’ ll KST K IMW A1 BR I IR i B It WK PROMOTION
a bf; opp*
ut I can
Twenty-four hands were played and the visitors, displaying expert know I- DKA I: BOI’ edge of the game, managed to gain i —Henry Fo high score. Th# local team was made phone int*1/ up of B Y Wilson. William T. Galey, Evening Sh* B J. Diggins. Willis K Ola user, Wil- hi* offices h ham M Towel. Walter Palmer, WH- to amplify ham Sodrn and William Oracimr lust arrange The visitors' tram was composed of amounting Messrs. Bishop. McKinley, Irons. la* released Gant, H J. Bailey. Moore, K. Bailey and Chick* ring A social tim# fol-ott, that lf lowed th# match, with refreshments
r to '
•s of thee,
cd by ■range
ie Rev "radio mod la
ne *00 HUX
ii# proprietor <t was con? ilie conter
'Die •e one-
ut reef, home * agents gallon r# de-trance
Hi# principal aj*e,.k#r at the aftermeal session of th# Hummer Bible School CVnfe retie # m ti rday, at the
Third Presbyterian Church, Broad I ■ __
and Fatter u el* w ,i Rev. George Announcement ha* bern made of A J a *tk el, af Keo nett Square, whose (be promotion of Harr* I Gray a*
assistant treasurer and assistant secretary of the Chanter Cambridge Bank and Trust Compony, Fifth and Gray, who ha*
I lie lithic In Out Mod-
em World "
ii' fold of th# swiftness of the modern aire of hurry ami martian!- t MaVket strrrta Mr rut ion and aid thai although there o##n a popular attache of the bank-1 .is Kl* ai movement to ’he age ' jn(J institution for some years J;, a would .**#m almoin as though the p„st rhIrf ronRtt| nf (hr phiiarlr|-
* rved. A return match will be played n the near future rn Wilmington.
he did not pay the fine and costs he would have to remain in jail for a period of three months after his _
present enf enc ex). I. Ct Maud.I' 3 |,20D ( NEM BI/) A ED
county prison vagrancy,
Three other defendants to far Magistrate Honan this morning wer icier* efj They were Thomas Dodd? of Morton avenue, and John Mc
chained with It was explained to Scott that if he
could post a pn assuring the co fine and co ’?-, his lib#’rt’r.
Scott was con
It of tin
IN THIS COF NTT
DETROIT Ford today efforts have cs wide ir out of job.
Stalking dramatically throng! picket lines. Ford, unattended e for a chauffeur, appeared at Highland Park plant of the I Manufacturing Company shorn for# Dam A surprised crowd and onl<*ok#rs made
oat ion-HK) men
Ford Comfjen dlffi<'Ulties wit down was flu Briggs i*lant.
One# during operation* to fuel regulation
n e H* til » F"
e, I tr» (lose hi*?
or trouble, but of-potnt out that (he if mi? having no Kxr and ttir *.hut-the strike at th*
of homebie* agents say t oiieiating lr first fffHJr f< to tim sty J
it os t h#
'rt rtnwn on unit fit# northeast id Morton ave. ne ted Wilharr tor A qua tit if a iged Her# the found a conli harm til# bmyrnent to flu prying "foamy suds" ins,
I roc11'! \ wan in .I circular direction
phtft brand) of the American In-id at presenl V Board.
ar Fotd cirl til* rn) to martin often during tho
southeast cm m r < f M< II-1 ( d 'rn st fret? John 8eg*» fed as proprietor of the fit they found a small quart-nor on a bar which had been
billian, l onv lr bo:’i of whom were oral other con ■im(god with intoxicaHon. Herman He was grant*<1 r» kVorrcll, 18. of Moi on avenue near state Supreme C s'int h street, was released in his own i convicted H# wa ccognirancc. He was arrested on of the count? and I iuspicion of attempting to steal a*i *o th# sum of $221 utfnmpbile.
HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY
(Ii? fluted Pres?)
?«; In this S?a‘# total 9 9 p-»r r-nt of the work- he marc!
hon. according to til# Fift'un r
.ates of the Department anti Plied
frv in this county and sped (employed persons. Th- sir
the county's work- comment, except a mutter here and there "The old man himself!’
The employment estimate* of th# What action th# motm- magnate department are used as a basis for Intended to take in this newest th# distribution of State and Federal phm* to threaten hi* va-t organtza-
WARHINOTON, Jan. 27—-(INS i— relief funds. The statistics were ti on. co'llf1 nnlCj,,KU's7, i
Treasury balance as of January 25. compiled from report* for the month I wm ks " ' th*- Ko id Com-
$355 488,137 56. rxp-nditures, $5 226,- of December. which showed a ractuting , *, .
089 78; custom’? receipts, $14 978.- definitely downward trend In employ- to^VirV jV p-0*1 u'lion ' 'fo-'*!
( ontiniH'd un l’a*e I owrtern
l ltOltlNC HI,AZK AT
I . S. I HY \K| It \ HAI. ANC E
; AA a* t
place, thy ol set Up.
A pool room on Morton avenue yielded a quart and a pint of liquor ond t wo lime* of home ore w,
Another place visited wa* In tit#
Iii; Abl.KY CAK ACK 1 “* I • r. • ".rn . «...
f eery store Although th# officer* i found nothing in Hie place, Jam#* While Incendiarism I* suspected In Cwppln, th# proprietor, wa directed tile fire at the Hendley Express and to appear befop rofrtml*'ton*r Pa’-Kiotage Co, Inc., gatage, Third anderson in the Federal Building, at Crosby streets, yesterday morning, philadelphia, today for a hearing, resulting in rianiuge to th# structure J After leaving this city, til# federal and lens of three larg# moving vats agent* w* tit to Marcus H**>k, where
end surrounded bv great mnfuaion s»itut# of nanking He express od doubt a* to wiiether th# w n mrmbrr '()f t inside progress of man was in pace with hi* material progress, in the de- ONE-WAV TRAFFIC
sire to heroine modern. I ,
W* I i id itwin the pc I mid tiler** Beginning today. Wall .street win h l a tam'* to u? a (teat heritage from parallels Kdgmont avenue, between the past,” said the speaker. He de- Sixth street and Welsh street, will * • a**! til#' pie * tit day tendency to ig- la* ojien only to one-way traffic The neie hi that Is old as #iibirle*#, and small, narrow thoroughfai' u, iu*rd then #i'##f a number of instance* in mostly by delivery trucks, but re -which thine* <»f great ag# are still emily the owner* of the properties ll? <#1 tut n ba MS for modem method* abutting Wall Street, st tile Welsh of living. street, end, have rom pl tuned about
Turning briefly to jinHUr* of th#- their wan* being damaged bv trucks pr» ii* nay, th* state and national being backerl into the small Mrr’et. legislatures and the political parties:
i id for ll it attempt* to NKW BABI Hts 6 IFT III chang# legislation dealing with ob-! Cfi CHRON. Pa, Jan 27 'INS) -s* i \ anre* descended from tile loiri'a.Th# baby daughter of Mr and Mrs. commandment* and also fat their Rnlvndore Guide wa* in print today. #1* ?ire to make prohibition abolition lf** than 24 hour* after being brought a ma sot feature of the recent cam- into the world Tiny Mi** Outdo paign The present day wa* referred broke into the limelight when it wa# to a* “an age of naming maturity ss , found sh# possessed six teeth st,
birt ii, three upper and three low er teeth.
move rrria v
a, naming youth," H# con-(’ontiniKof on Page I ourteen (.I SMY \ SI FNI, ( Mf
AT AGI X ( XI II NIF
1—Cursor, ()u!< k Indian.
2— Dunes, YI it the Deck. Gobi C'rrve* Dr. I.oui* Hammon, C'.tdvd <1 Phlori.
3—Fa* fiaro*. Iivert*»n. Mary sr. I.uiir sa buster, Yted Currant. Nahunta.
t— i None I,
5—Princ ess Val. Ka Heal Lass. f air .Mole, Governess, Cousin Ythel. X"ol-
a_( .irtjgo, ( apt Danger. Jaywalker.
Afridid. Y I .Monte. Jack YI 7—Valley ('ueen. Kagc». Morvouns, Dud# Rancher, Forked. YUII Henry. XXeathei cloudy; track ‘•low.
A I III XI I XII I* MIK
1—/orana. re## h, ltall> Hound. Gritford. (told Basis, Durbars Knight.
2—Y ire \e*k ( alone, \ urn, Xborah. Mission Time.
:*— i None . i— t None I.
7—( amp Boss, Bay Pos#, l ady Indian l egend ( udrile, "alden Weather, rlear; trark, fa?t.
XI FMR GROUNDS
I—North shadow Princess Queen. Black '-quaw.
“—Hot vhot. Lorraine * , Lullaby ?d
I— None. I
6— None I
T—Pac Ii pc o.
"rather clear, trc.ck g*»*'
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) — Home Gossip. Royal Y vpress ( albe.
J—-Red I.ikker. sandals 3—Nellie ( u?tis, Tricycle.
I— None I.
,7— None I.
r,— Nelson, Panfron, Thundrrspeed " eatherproof, Brown Mole
7— >ur-1 On- I agwood. (iabri"!le f’idinctie;
Bagpiper, Fair Xagan. 't '!#. ( ■
Weather, dear; trark, fas*.
YipeiN' X CHERRILL TO WED SOON
up body supt Ka-Iv tort a san to carry th# entire n; Over th# c plants dosed
of strike* ti*
FO ut o iona
•'at ion Al a vs# rn bl A lie ir work-
From Ixmdon Fe v f,. e dispnfrhrs from ti.'' London f ctnnaf Rtandaid quoting Ford a* charging in a tran*-atlantic telephone interview/ that his competitor* are responsible for the strik# in the body plants.
pan cen th#'
* determining the they raided an establishment con- I
d bv fire offirla ducted bv Nick Cuzzmnn in the lOoq
gh detectives her* Yd*w k Market street Hey# a five- A large sedan, owned bv former
an employe* of th* gabon can cif “moonshine” wa* seized Chief Jt.-.tbe Robert Von Moseh/teker Ab ’Ii**'e a- .- ted w.-«• given pear* and nur mf Pennsylvania judieterv out shortly before iii before I}. £ f'omnii .stoner Pat- license No 8, wa* stolen today bv It wa* preceded tenon, charged whit ??*le and fvv-ses- two gunmen from a central city hat wa* heard for Mon of intoxicating liquor, witn the garage, ta Philadelphia. he only person In #xc#’|itlnn of Blackburn, wtio wa n|so After threatening th# night it-
e time whs Michael charged with th* mantifueftire of in- tendant, John Winfield, 37, with tv he did not s#C’ toxical mg drink*. Curtman wa* their pistols, th# thieves leisurely ige - >mmMted in defsuff cif iiail. *1;
l opicsof I lines
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large automobile, or the sedan bearing Pennsylvania la en?e and a new car of th#’ mall con -bl# cc up# tvp1" b nil Delaware
collision at 'Iii I rd and L!o carlv thi* morning No ria suiting, th'* drivers cf both
ar 11 s pr*
by Fire Chief Captain Geor,
Y IHI I
CAMDEN. Flame* tod a s Printing lie- ,
tied th# rom-»r tremble re-!«ad to Ahi as-started bv ft, The fire btarted by mu of th# trucks wuth battery ti# conducted a rd Detective
( a Mllt S, N. I
HIGH SCHOOL JAIL TERMS FOR Mlll-YEAR CLASS STORE ROBBERS
SI f i rad u at os IJ peri vc Hi- rhoy I* ared 50 to 100-5 oar plomas af l-xurciscs in Sent onces; 5 5 oars as Smodlov School I Heaviest
Some ga* aervlce station operator* rlroppefi their price to 6-cents a gal-on yesterday. If they keep this up it won't b# worth the while of bandi!* to mb the places.
Hot new* from Sharon Hill the*# da vs Bandi!* there un! pepper to blind their victim during a holdup.
You ran tell an able busine** exerti-1 ive to#!a- bv Hie company he keep*, sex Wi'-e Guy.
That remind* that while familiarity ma’, breed contempt, the fellow who know* hi* job real well t he,*# da vs is sticking to it,
Harry McCoy Ray# one difference between men and women is that a roan dcie* not really become fond of a hat until he ha* worn it two years,
Inflation—What is It? An Economist Tells Hou
r CIHA of Cheeter- Infonn
ut* w.c. graduated pl“;
trclMn held in the nine chn • Slued!* y Junior eastern ? '#* nth and Upland would be iif dinlnnuc 150 to JO
Judge Media ’
>n t i
mg five coling rn* n. who To date. President -elect Roosevelt
id-d gv.l’.y • committing ha.* been presented with four silk ai slur# robb#‘rie* in th# hat*. What he really needs before ’ *n of ti # county, that it he assume* office is an au'omatie
po»Mbl# to impose term* of handshaker, f) year* providing .sentence ; ——
• p. # cl an ail indictments, Speaking about the gold standard
a i M Broomall, 3rd. at here, a spe aker said peopio must ha'# morning, fated the Court faith in their currency. Faith, p* tic. i in the because you know, is belief .n something unit ■ felt for th# families” of seen.
HY NKX I NIMMONS
/slant Pf of easer of I.* tan nm i< I nicerstl? of Chi# ar#»
to bt lop int ■chich in aii( tamed bv ,* 3 D#ba.«i This opera!
induce gr*-H * r (Urn 4 Issue of add;;
pap# r moncv wl a distinct method a
CHICAGO, Jan. 27 'UP The word " inflation' means to the swage Sac man either a bad name which can b# given to unworthy pr#>posala, or a panacea for financial ills.
Th#- word is hardly less abused in mean® of boireo economic? The follow mg measure:. # ■ .* *.; <:.j may tx- described, however, in th#- Th** fir-; #ia-present situation as inflationary or have oui’, slient t‘national;.' or antideflationaryi. level, for press/: I I,ending and invftRfment by th#- ic *>rv< . may f?
I help to
*, forts n
a coil cf ti
nates t r lee# if
Th by th
Ike a useful Blae ch# trip of RO#-ie! prs and being o ,<*n though hi* cf **?#!##] ii,' finnn He urged the grad and to go to col lf not to rn.' cit /.am and no to he*' rn# pre-/ t<
23, of Kan father of t-fine and # years in t
trve rant incre:
Banks.' and governmental agenes
Tend c la?
such a* the reconstruction Finance hasdiv fail to ct Corporation, which increase pre: ire higher and amount.’
a fie price reased cash ti1;# Mg’il ft -
investment urcr can
Fit.st Pres A. Ward, gave a br
i VV J-
j rift t
cs to b*- fhe larg** audience and of congratu
nc#*,s were: Howard Toy, flow ne. married and the o small boys, to pay $.700 st* and .serve five to IO e Eastern Penitentiary. Walter Schmid’. 27, of Iwnsdowne, $.700 fine and cOM* and serve 18 month* to IO year* in the county pi i >on.
He, ry S'emmel. 30, of Lansdowne, $ >(>') tin#- and com % and serve four
ri v ti .i iv:’’<■}) to eight y> . . in ti.# Eastern Penl-
rch# • Ta. follow# d tentiary.
.n*#un*'pd bv It v it"!,..#* Parrino. 21. of Clifton .Ii, pastor I. ne Heights. $500 fine and costs and serve hutch. Dr. David 15 months to IO years in the county id* ut of school*, prison
s of w#firome to Joseph McGee, 17, of Pleasant Ville.
N. J., committed to Huntingdon Re-
I lie Weather
ions to the members of the grad- formatory.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 27—'UP) — F«»rer»*it for tonight and Saturday;
Yastern Y’enn*vl\am* Ytain, t hanging t#> snow in south and snow in north p#»rtion tonight and 'saturday; ropier Saturday and in south portion tonight.
Western pennsylvania: Rain,
changing lo snow and colder tonight; Saturday local snows and colder.
New Jersey: Rani tonight chang
ing to snow late tonight or Saturday; (older Saturday.
TODA VS I YMKER XU KFS
I hr yr" saying in Hollywood that X irginia ( herr ill. who < tv " th'd the cash reervf
' h-*rtr ( ’’arite Chvplir" !#a*llns I.-*#*v. i* rome 'n !»** an Xpril 2 Governmental I.##.v
Ct - 'n’, a compsnMvely n*w : rren figur-’, a'so abox", is said lo anre an ex#- of #xpr * *
»•*» (.*8-r "-if -f in# r-m'ne*. eorrenf t^x r*' en:i#r. o hich oiTratrs
for private investment by augment- *han they would otherwise have been
wh'-ther rxprndituie are mad# to increase governmental services for
Continue#! on rag* I otirteen
ua’mg cia-s. TTii* wa* followed by •’n*!’fief *' Ice! if.,!. by »r,e ft cit#' I, a , Pre,sentation of diplomas was made
( ontinued ##n Page f? ?"t '< ,
The aged mother of Schmidt. Avhen sentence m his ca?# was pronounced, swooned and aaa* carried to th# ante-
C **n»inned on Page Fourteen j IO a. rn
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