Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania
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KOR Sl\ 'ION' I HS ENDING SKI’! I M HI K
FINAL EDITION j
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With All Latest and Best News of the Day
57TH YEAR—NO. 17.50.*i.
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HITLER FORMS GERM VV CABINET
I icry leader of Fascists \ ss limes Flower and Surprises Her! in
Succeeds Gen. Kurt von Schleicher: Minden hor"
r Unued Pre«s VT) ber', ice INS'
CHESTER. PA.. MONDAY. .J A MW UY 30. 1033
PRICE, TWO CENTS
PICKETS ON MARCH AS LABOR
DISPUTE SHUTS FORD PLANTS
V I'S, Jan.
imatjon ai of Germ; herald^ h
Natl In t
ipomtment t Step tow ;
tor placing pow “The vangu movement has mg the govern *p tow ar
Von Hindenburg. J r in cir hands * d of the Na?i reseeded in enter-lent. Tilts Is tho a Nazi Oermanv
•'B'* placing power in our hat President Von Hmdenburg ahi
he has not lost contact with ti man youth. He realizes that vt
and many s We I is not a hind th
arm ai wiiin
■iiat this k<
REIER NING RODY WORKERS JEERED AT BRIGGS PLANT
Manx Former Employes Simi I p and \re Rehired \fter Walkout
Others* Places Ma} Ile Filled O' I ncniplnycd; Agitators V crest cd
DF TROIT. Jan :to rr A
as held back Ha' police today while iO old employes wi-re escorted within ie ga'es of the Briggs Rndv Commy mid re-lured
Plainclothesmen rn rn rd through r crowd. Arresting alleged agitator? ore than twenty w ere arrested thin a short time. These included D MiehefT. editor of a Hungarian mmunistie newspap i. and aavrral
( LOI DV TODAY;
Mostle cloudy is the fern < : fur today in Eastern Pennsylvania ann Maryland. It- will be (air in New Jeisev and Delaware Temperatures will rise throughout the area tomorrow, with rain or snow falling in some sections.
The highest temperature yesterday was 4it degrees nt 4 p rn and th* ii weal was Th at 2.10 a. in Hie aver age of 3* was six degrees alane normal for the date, but eight degrees below the average for the same date last year The wind attained a vr-loetiy of forty-two miles an hour The warmest January 29 on record here was t'*4 In 1914. and the coldest wa 6 ill I SHS
.Sunrise today was at 7 ll a rn . and sunset w ill br at ft 18 p rn , Eastern Standard time.
ROOSEVELT AND LINDSAY KEAHI ACCORD ON DEBT
TEACHERS DELAY RELATIVES FEAR AITION ON NEW MISSING YOUTHS CETIN SALARIES WERE DROWNED
Fail to Record Decisive lilt Ii Ward Rots La I Noteat Meeting of laical Seen in Frail Craft Ne r Nssociation Chester Island
School Hoard Had Requested Co-operation to Balance Budget
Searching Parties Fail to Find Trace of Them; Police ( o-operating;
Following lengthy dehj
Missing since shortly after 7 a rn. ough discussion, the members of yesterday, when they left for Chester C hester reachers' Association sd- Island to examine some muskrat traps ng Saturday af- they had set, local police and rela-heh school, with- lives now fear that Albert Vila 13,
ourned their n crnoon at Che.*;?
rd * prop la IO p for t he
on tire Chester and Alexander Lovene
sal that they vote 817 McDowell avenue,
: cent reduction by drowning in the Dc bairnie# of the , Rtvertnrn In row tx
Police arr guarding Ile! roil plants of flip I’.ri »s 'I amil. ■ I urine ( aam makers >f F - * »l - Du the lni*i 'I of or Company, while pickets parade. I he latmr depute at the Beisa? p'ant ha- i hi a1 i • ’**•( »P»w n of . 'I ford plants, throwing 1.70.(Hip workers out of employment, inrltiding I.SOW in Chester. I lie picture shows the main 111 legs plant. Pickets are shown in the « enter with the Wag.
places AA ere t
o lie filled from th
* vast Ford :
Mot or Com pa iv »>
ira is unable
to reoprn any (*
hints until t
he floAv of bodle
from the Bilgy
. which shu
t down last wee)
J lie meeting school audile!ii ton streets, folio conference a1 a > c bool t e,trhei s attendance. 'II naked Muss Flni ct it ♦ * ften4 Of ’he Im
Scaling Down on England* non to have a
pared by this ti
I nilcd Slates to Drive for Bargain \% it Ii Europe, Finvov Is Told
In the High h and Ful-edticat ional ae than ROO city were in board had hams, prest-cr*’ asxocia-answer pre
craft made a id Chester Islan rund no tr whom wcrr
BERLIN, Hi Her. lier; Fascists, cai Germany to Clip nee Hor1 cabinet.
Hitler, wl-of the Na amazing d*
i (CP’ Adon the German it mal pow er in ic assumed the new German
PRIZE (WHENS PREY OF FLAMES
Boldin Buildings in First Ward Scene of Blaze Far!) i ast Night
High Praise For
Times Year Book
PHILX. KLEI TRK'
Cher' Ch MV de;
$l,NfMI,000 Sa' nj to Coil Mimers Seen In (nm-pan.' ()riifia;‘
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rei tuse of the strike Stale troopers deputy sheriffs and johee wcic ordered on duty, armed * nii lear gar bombs and riot etui) o prevent violenee.
six alleged ash.itora were arrested odny at the Burr* Manufacturing Company Highland Park plant A bulletin Lilied by the Auto Work v Union, who ii purports to be spon wing the strike, charged that the Alation;'.! Guard was being mobilized o protect strikebreakers, but re* pen -ihie officials in lated that state coopers would tx* used for guard Inly Reinforcement*: for the small ti OUR of trooper Hire, dv on dot a* »ere ordered here ft mn Lansing, it
Obligation Nills! Benefit
A.! hour; I
ournment mot mn surprise to the acher#, it apparat course open, as an overwhelming
strong j For hofied t up by a man re; dis! i ess Welsh J
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in a .sp
mg policy he had held toward participating in the government. He accepted Franz Von Papen a his lire chancellor and Reich* commissioner fez Prussia,
Hitlers formation of a new* government to succeed that of Gen. Kurt Von Sehlrich"r took Berlin completely by surprise. Hitler held a conference v oh his party chiefs early today and A'as reported to be holding out for appointment ar. Ret chs commissioner for Prussia, in addition to the Chancellorship. which would have given him control of the regular army and
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BOUC K SERGEANT
IVsk Sergeant James Wright oldest irteran. in point of .'■orvice, on the lo-*al police fore*', this morning ti odored his resignation to take effect Wednesday morning .Sergeant Wright was one of tin I, ne who recently took the physics examination to be placed on th* p-nsion list, The report of the medical examiners would have permittee him to remain a* his past, but provision for only th re*’ sergeants bavin? bern made, he either faced demotion to the rank of patrolman, or re.siyna-
Sergeant Wright wa* appointed r pitrolman on April 6. 189?i mo
.served in that capacity until Januar 190ft, wlten he and several others wen ousted by the late Mayor William ll Rrnry a Democrat He was returned to I the post the following year when J Mayor Turner assumed the office of mavor, after Berry became Stat* * treasurer, On July 14, 1918, Wright aa as promoted to desk sergeant and has held the post since that date 'He was an efficient officer and al
Pa rn Mads Hii
Age build-unific poul-iric Poultry a-sixth and
itV Of ti
ii glowing embers I flames shooting it cd hundreds of many blo* -s in fire were cloggrn iMjinbilrs. which
reached The ^ volume mended present ii —hist or i mat Ive r M»v I pprccia the wort to them
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Confusion sum'urn for a peaceful sett I Hike At one tune that the company Ii strikers' terms on cv granting the right i lat« r spoke men for t
Alations Of I he ii aa,us report'al id a< < , pte d t he tv point rxcepi a organize, but lie woikers sa lei
ti with \ talon help heir st burd* (or l it i bark
the Ar oi of th
to Wa I
rapid head winds. Wi
of the dis buildings which thro a two-story ga chicken house. the good fort ut and th
unknown origin, gained v, driven by the high the arrival of the firs’
•t lire companies both e a mass of flamer n» d to communicate to ;aiHRp adjacent to the It was only through f an adverse aa aid
efforts of the firemen to we down other buildings that the entir* establishment, consist trig of a from* house and a large number of ehirkei houses and oilier buildings, woe* saved from destruction. Houses nrai the farm were also endangered b( sparks,
Alme t r.!l (lie chickens In fir burning structure were consumed / light delivery truck, which wa parked in the barn building, was rc-moved before it was damaged by th flu’lies. In attempting to get near til fire sn order to play streams upon the flame-, two members of tile Good Will Fire Company wet'* scorched bv the frat and flames, they were Dan-
Cant Inned an I,a t Pa ;
BI TS MAV I LAG ON MOLTO VS GB WF
FINANCE GROH!’ BACKS BEER BILL
Smooths Committee Reports Favorably on Measure's Income
©mer* from ti Iowa it hou JC added, ah •w.xtomers. ai lour as a rn o stimulate
I pp I la nee
applicable when the minimum
a new aa age .scale proposal had lust been presented to :he company. If it were accepted, they Mild, the .strike would be ended
I lie Briars Company manufacture molt of the bodies for Ford cars Reports circulated widely over the weekend that Henry Ford was prepared to start making his own bodies if the strike were no? settled
I he Briggs factory at which Ford bodies are made, is ow ncd by Ford and leased to the borii company The dies used In making the bodies also are owned bv him.
FIREMEN ABE KE BT Bl SN OYER WEEK END
$1 700 OOO
bt unless alliable
WASHINGTON. The Semite Frnanr vot’d. 12 to ft, to I
Chairman Sin or * favorable report t revenue feature# a senator# voted aa reservation.
The Senate Jud voted favorably en
explained t elated Ach nd that itll that
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a ama Chiefs of Polk* Associe lr® has elected Judge A I) Mat Dad* an honorary member. Adalat ant County Detective Charles P Smith is president of the assoria! arn and F B Titus secretary.
District fire companies were kept rge will bt> $« busy over the we rn-end The Moya-mensing Honk and Ladder Company tea have beep responded to tivo local alarms earlv e; ■ iniaI *d an- vesterdai morning when they wer~ I80.ft.P00 to eon* r»H('d upon to cxtlnguirh ehimn"v An ttinovatinn firer
A few minute, after the alarm had *t on Last Page fi'ind d from IU* a I. 1 h** box located at Front and Fulton street, No SI was JI thif. pulled, but "hen district com pa ti irs
re;ponded, It was found to be a false ala*rn. It is belie",ed that the Fulton street alarm was the work of a joked •Aho knew that most of the (Ka companies were covering the uptown fire
th* i land ben*
Tm iff agreements cessions were under trading points Mr (I up in his uiip.u a I Ie I fere nee with the fir! herr at Warm Hp* im Flirt lier. It was
President-elect mad Ambassador his desi send a single represei Hilton ofter March tint Ions rather than
If tilt' re poi t wa# correct, imply that Mr ftoosevet Premier P tm*av Ma*Donald the po? I-inaugural .tourney
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NEGROS FIN \ NCI AL SCHEME WENT ANN BN
24. The until Jim rise the a prop
mg voiced by nearly everj taking part in the diem one t*f desires for whole-•-operation with the mem ie M'iiooi board. Moot ol kei appeared to have a objection. the lack of tim* i to mitke a derision, pro* I ti aa as tex* vital a mattei Hie rod hastily,
♦ii left matters in a clead is impossible, within the Ila Bt ate law. for til* rd to pnxs upon ti!- retd any step in this direr* tx- of a voluntary nature t of th* teachers.
I left for the school board initiation of the contract'. days' notice This we , with the achoo! year e ne 24 the OO (lavs' no a the in ruination on A (Ii on Is must tx* kept i>
24. under the state la aa loo! board wilt lose tm i from the state.
»rte?, of the teachers year of 1993-33 lot a* i reduced IO per rent. b mn til button on the part
tat the Ixias had been picked passing steamer, as one river-xirted seeing a small boat, in near the light buoy, opposite ■Ii street. He told police that a tier passed between him and the and after the large inbound liter passed, he saw nothing of rowboat and concluded the craft its O' cup,in"; had been picked up ie ctTW of the steamer, tr last night local police had idelphiM detectives check on Tiers that arrived in Philadelphia aday. but no one aboard these Is remembered having seen a I boat near this city, they said. ling Love neck, who was a pupil ie Eyre school, bought the small oat several weeks ago. Aided bv rt Vila, who lives at the Love-home, he carried it to the yard rear of the house and merit, the Ixias planning many trips during the coming sum-e mer in their small craft.
I They painted it and caulked the d seams and Saturday put it overboard ,s and made their "trial trip" They ii jxnt Saturday morning on Chester Island phi* tug their traps, r j Early yesterday Morning both bow it decided lo row' over to the island and ii examine the traps A stiff wind*wa# I , blowing when they set out and the
in th< hauler ftshl iii
I oui iiiiicd nu I..tnt I*.l(P
2 MEN ill RT \\ HEN VEHICLES CR VSH
ive to Wa#It** r debt nego*
BOI SUSTAINS Bl KSS
Ron ZI, a mere Beasley, police Ii teen!ti J
fin*tin*J NJ piker" compared Negro 33, who
nth '-ii:' b ' i vm i
NG TON Un. 30 < UP
1413 7 (delphi a1 (xiii
to lb-nine icy# local irth TTIir-Bennte
Thomas street, has flag on the old St. Paul east of Mar
wavs attended to his duty. It is with l,,rn following the r
flags on the grave
regret that I accepted his resignation,'’ aa id Mayor Ward today.
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Andrew M Fastwick of Providenc* load, Wallingford, who, with Mr-Fast wick, is spending the winter ai their home, “Vista del Aqua." Rockledge. Fla . Is suffering from a broket hip, the result of a fall.
948 Franklin new American ihn Morton, in . Third street, Mr. Holt has lorn of placing a number of
HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY
(Fly I nlted Tress)
AT III 'l l 'll PARK
I—Black Watch. Irenes Bob, I’m val Post, Go Bet aa cen, Sis Agnes,
—May Hagan. Budding Rose, Colonel Abe, Fquilibre, Hoosiers Pride,
3—F.seobamel. Animation, Peri Polly, ( trrran, .Mammy's Girl. Dark C ol -leen.
7—.lean Bravi n. tv—-R Omar.
* — The Point. Redan us, I i"f t’rin* e. Calgary Kav, Nurkals Ba-. Rosr-A'Olt.
"eather, clear; track, fast AT II " 'N A
im? tee con in eonsider.
The roll call on the motion to rep*'* the bill to the .Senate w’ns as fofinv for making the report, 12, Wa .r Reed, Short ridge, Bing ham, La Fe* Jette, Hastings. Harrison Kin Gen.ge, Walsh, Mass.; Barkier an Hull.
Against reporting? ft. Keyes. Cor nallv, Gore Costignn, and Smoot Smoot said the bill would be r* ported today,
Canon William Sheafe Clipse an other prohibitionists waited oui Ride the clas*"d committee door in vain hope of testifying.
The committee voted down th proposal of Chairman Smoot th? prohibitionists b" permitted to ap pear to discuss constitutional an other a* iv cr*, of prohibition, not re lated to rev nae.
A member said that the commit te*» would later deride whether to ho open hearings on other finance aspects of Volstead modification an possible changes in the p'*ndin? bill Mills repeated before the Renat Committee his statement delivrre< —- bfore th'* House Ways and M*an
cr of $2500 lias be ii awarded Committ'-c which drafted tile origin. hn city of Chester, in favor moo'ification bill,
J. Himbar, local builder, for Committee members said Mills ha
damages resulting from the loss of notincreased his estimate of po tan; ia four buildings at Seventh and Penn revenue since th” bill was altered b afreets, this city, which the city offi- the Senate Judiciary Committee •* cia ll v declared a public nuisance. include legalization of 3 Oft per cen’
In October, 1928. Himber built four beer, wine and fro!! juice;,. Th" Horn stores, with apartments over them. on bill provided only for legalization o
the Chester Creek side of West Sm - 3.2 per crnt. brer,
cnih street at Penn .street. Shortly after the buildings were completed the walls b^gan to sag and crack and, after being inspected by the city-building inspector, they were condemned and the street surrounding them roped off. It was stated that the buildings were constructed on
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8* cond st re painful blirt) p!avim: near r»her A-ounc taken to th* 11 ej.tmen? bv
t>«r.sori 9 year#
, Upland, rrre af the right Ie-* a bonfire with
He said his reason was purely of a patriotic nature, declaring that such honor should be accorded a signer of the Declaration of Independence,
$2500 VER DKT AGAINST GTY
Damages Awarded Local Builder for ( ondemned Buildings
A vet of * Ellis
League of Nations
in West End School
pone* Farn'*d IL,<? Benni** walk’d into a mi;*»■ 11 a(ion on .Morton av* * nue, last night and asked Fullest and Charles Howard .01 a temporary loan of lift.
1 Loan me that much and in a short tune FII allow von iiovt to make ftftk with it.” Bf mile is alleged to have said He promised the brothers $28
for their investment,
The brothers pretended to be in-
■heels, late .Saturday night injured. J C, Paul and Roy of 26 Mildred avenue, W*x»d* •
mortal Hospital. Ridley Park. They * <we riding in a car driven bv Harry I fiihart, 1114 Potter street, this city Lenharf, who was arr*‘-ted bu? discharged when given a turning In poller court tins morning, said he lo*-control of th*’ vehicle when he wa; blinded bv the dazzling hi vdUfhts on an approaching automobile More than $300 damage was eau -d to an automobile driven bv Jam* R Hunt el of 133 Anion load, Gloucester. N. J, late Katuidav night when his car was struck broad* id driven bv 'Thomas Brown n street Brown av:*s arrested the crash and when cxa
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MI Tit ACK IS FOUND OF MISSING WOMAN
Missing from home since last; Thursday night, when she left ostensibly to attend a moving picture performance, pollee today were asked to institute a searrh for Mrs Amanda Huggin Eleventh street and Morton avenue The request was made inch by her husband, Jay Huggins, who *d a could ascribe no reason for her conand tinned absence
I tie woman mother of three small children, is described as being 33 years of age ft feet 3 inches in height, weighs about 230 pounds has chestnut hair and blue eyes, When he left home she wore a dark ptn-stnpe di I x black and white coat, brown xiipjxrs and brown hat trimmed in white The woman la a id to have relatives living on Moll val ne street.
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Joseph Ka par. 36, stricken with a heart attack n.s he leaped for safety when the chimney of a fire-swepr, building crashed, lav dead a? his home today, the second Philadelphia fireman to meet dca*h in battle within the last 48 hours.
f'itv Physician ll C. Don latter certified that Bro.vi drinking”. When a i ra lei hearing Iii police coin! tod cal motorist was held in « a continued hearing on !’• Howard Pvoft, 39 of S' whose automobile floured rolllsioti with another car rrrs'od and auked him to gf* Into and liny es streets, early heir automobile ao they could drive to morning, was di-charpcd store, where they would get. the irate Honan toeiav, when
I had Ii
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J opicsof I inics
him to motorist failed
According to the latest nationality -ensue taken at 'tie Dewey.Horae*
Mann schools. Third arid Jeffrey (reels that institution m?(V be truth-ully failed “The Melting Pot".
Of the total number of pupils encl!-*1. 830, 47ft of them, of 57'., are ii foreign parentage, the remainder 155, or 43 , American. American
In 1924, fhe firs? year a census of Polish rationalities was attempted at (ii* Btu.-tan chook the total enrollment benj 174 the percentages being 57'
of : * bolar hip and ( . ay prizes have bf"n won bv th* e children, showing
ti;** jx ce an** am J* 1 I B'-iin intended to make so mu* ii mon< w ith such ?• small investment ii** aa ii! have to explain to detectives today.
the damages having ti* settled, according to Pa
* * < .ll all of the es Cl V (’ I VIIZ (’OM BANN
sent la I* of a modern education.”
The complete cen
iirat ion by nation a h
...... "'STRUSS SESSION TONIGHT
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American and 4ii’
contrast u made doubly Intereahng because of (lie far? that In 1933, th*-* result i. lur» tile reverse of 1924.
When irs ling th** findings of the latest census A. H Shown Per. principal of the school .said' Even though th" school I* largely becoming of foreign extraction, there arr pf the "ame time some very fine personalities developing among the children of forrign-born parentage
' In recent years a large number
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Tex., January 22
AI fhe time *>f going to pre.s* we are wondering what some of our Jobless are thinking when they read about some baseball holdout# rein? mg offer# of $20,000 a year.
Someone ha# complained shout the hap* of President-elert Roosevelt A hat. They fail to remember he I# keening the make-up of hu cabinet
Some writer?! point ow? that Conli Ila# been discordant this ses-
. n Do they expert harmony when
lame ducks essay a *wan song.
v. ;:* • lier ton*JI operation# are
b* aclinal or not, they're about the inly chance -ome persona have when ■I;*- talk gets around to our hospital
[leaker said, while making an - here, that the average per-an vet what thev want if thev ■* r it Wonder if he ever tried
a been so hard for aa postoffice, you'd r would try and ge at office pens, at Ie.
Note to some of ho clutter up p* orning Advice i mrs there's prof?
FAMILIES MAROONED AS GALE LASHES MASSACHUSETTS COAST
fillcd-ui ground, with the foundations bull" to a depth of twenty feet. The city claimed that the ground was useless for building purposes, as th" nearest rock foundation was forty-three feet b'dow the grade.
A resolution was passed by City Council declaring the building project a nuisance and the structures were
torn down. The court had been asked
to appoint a jury of view to inspect I
tho building?, This was done in April, 1P27, and the jury of view found th* buildings a nuisance and recommended tha" no compensation h" pa d to Himber, the owner, for abatement •antand"", of the nuisance
John E. McDonough, attorney for Himb: r. then appealed from the find-lnc.i of th*" jury of view, and the care
was heard before a jury in Judge
7—* To be run as 61 h—Bur k Hero, Charles CL Greer s courtroom The
Broad Axe. Kine Pin, M-kachee. returned a verdict, Saturdav
«— Off(, ’"rming the building- a nm-anc", bu?
V'p.Vher. raining; tra**k. sloppy. p’a -1 rd-nc Hjtr.bcr 82500 damages
I—Happy Lope, Strapbancer, tesla.
ft—Miracle. Preferred. ( h,arite ()\er-hn.irri.
6—.Murmuring Pines, '-ant "•‘lirW.
J—" atta Life, Prin*ess ' irgin*a.
W eather, elear; ira* k. fast.
\T I 'IR (TOI 'JU
I—Johnny Shaw, 'mazing.
’—B'ue Darter, Too Much Talk.
3—Hot Shot. Outcry,
I—Eva S. Bostonian Cir!
ft—Our f.rief, Occurrence, Cupidity.
B— ? Off».
aoininuJi ation rn* H?*a;r . ma v make it: appearance Th" nnlv Hour* e*»inrniftee which touk an apjairentlv dc* ave "and early in th" M>vion. and then wavered, will sit tomorrow aft moon to hear cheers and j< cr for Blue Law modification. The Senate Law and Oi cl * r Committee is * iiedulcd to conduct a malar hearing Wednesday, but unless an appropriate bill Is in-troduced in that branch the hearing may be put back until one is sent from the Hon **, 'Ihe lower branch cannot pa.s any Sunday modifier? before next •,* * *"k Recommendation.^ for an income fax for school purposes, abolition of five teachers colleges, and elimma-
A few lo rheaper to then month pend postagi
I companies mplov men bills to cons a And still i
nt us wondering wh dnesa us falling off.
It a more than a rn Santa left here, but holders va ill be reminded In a few days.
v employe# art in the but sri mr -
find lf is to deliver oner* than he govem-the postal
nth sinew •.any coin ii his visit;
I he Weather
Hon of mor*
districts will be made by the School Code Committee.
Before Hie Senate tonight is th" bill ?o reduce the salaries of Judy* --and the resolution providing foi a renewal of the public utility probe, both on final passage.
'The fate of the primary repeal bill.
,, . . . though only on second reading will
Ht.a high-piling aa a a "v bombarded the Mas"-a* husrtts coast, marooning numerous families at Point B«a* hmont i. vtvidh port ca yr ii in the picture, bt clo:-* wa felled Unit*. if ad". o-laken at the height e* th- aa iIc! nor'heasi '"firm. Here roast eu8rr|sm**n, a* * r rescuing person* trapped bv the pounding seas .-rd flood tide, stood guar*! cates are balked again the bi ' 1 '! over dsma-ea hr*-- •„ ne**- rnt loefing. Mountainous combers, battering down seawalls and bulkheads in many communities, r«.ired property loss csti-
mat"ri at mor" than sj ftfio qon ? ,, „
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VV ASH I NG TO V Jan. 39—-t CP) — I ore* ast- ( astern PennsAivann In crea • rig t loudiness, followed Ha ram or snow in *" uih pnrti*<n toa*rb . snow in north portion Tuesday, (vlth not much ( bange in lemp’raiure.
"csiern Petinsylvenia: Snow er ai aa ii Ii sIowIa lis^ng temperatu*' tonight and Tuesday,
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