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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY A mm NKT IM !!> ( !R( ll..MION KOR SI V MHM HS ENDING St PT I'M BER 20,103 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH YEAR—NO. 17.530. Da’.'.v I »A-fv, VV, re Rf pc; I a nj Ur. : r cl V ■    -    (IT and International New* Sen ice INS CHESTER, PA.. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS JEHOL DEFENSE COLLAPSES AS JAPS MAUCH ON KIDNAPERS FREE BOETTCHER AS RANSOM IS PAID BRITISH OFFICER IMPRISONED Chinese Military Officials Admit It. as Cen. Sun Deserts Ranks I’eipinjj Leaders P a n i c Stricken; City A a ain Bombarded From Air Denver Millionaire’s Son Tells of Harrowing IO Days' Experience Father Says He, Gave Fie $80,000 Demanded by A bduct ors PEIPING, March 2—(INS'- Chi- DENVER. Colo, March 2—<UP>-ne:e military official? late (odin ad- Harrowing experiences of IR days in nutted collapse of their defenses in Jehol Province Collapse of the Chinese defenses was attributed to the defection of General 'Sun Tien-Ying. leader of the Chinese forces at Chihpenp. General Gun and his entire force of regulars and irregulars went over to the Manchukuo side, acknowledging allegiance to Japan’s puppet state in Manchuria and surrendering the important city of Chihfcng. The desertion of General Sun came as a terrific blow to Marshal Chang Hsueh-Liang, commander of the Northern Chinese armies. His defection proved to the Chi- a kidnaper’s citadel were over today for Charles Boettcher II, Denver millionaire, released after payment of $60,000 ransom. He was set free last night in suburban Denver by two men who seized him from the side of his young wife ,mprisonPd „;thin the ,(mrr of tin night of F’cb 12, drove all night London is Lieutenant V Baillle-M'u and all day, and then plated him in art (above! an officer of thr Seaford* a musty cellar blindfolded with ad- Highlanders who is held tor violation ROOSEVELT SEES LOSS TO NATION IN WALSH’S DEATH Prc>idont-ele<*t Says Ho W as One on W hom He Gould Rely Always Grieved Personally. He Declares; Leaves for Washington Today FATE HALTS HIGH HONORS heave tape. His release started an unparalleled search, marked bv gunfire, hundreds of police and deputies guarded all roads of Northern Colorado, ohnl- nese that they apparently could tiust iengjng cars, and shooting at those few or none of the native military th , ; leaders who were charged with the task of preventing Japan from annexing the rich province of Jehol to Manchukuo. Other commanders on the Eastern front followed General Suns action bv deserting. Some of them put up considerable resistance, while other capsulated as the well-organized Japanese and Manchukuo military machine thundered across the province. Tile Northern Military Council headed by Marshal Chang Hsueh-Liang. immediately embarked upon the perfection of plans for an orderly retreat and repatriation of Changs own hoops south of the Great Wall. With Chihfcng and Lingyuan already in Japanese hands and the fall rf Jehol City. the capital, seemingly only a matter of hours, the Chinese were interested solely in preserving the remnants af their armies from extinction. Volunteer troops arc being moved westward into Chahar with all possible speed. Utmost precautions are being taken to prevent these irregulars, more or less undisciplined troops from filtering south of the Great Wall nVo China proper. I* was thought likely that sporadic, fighting would continue to rover the withdrawal of troops through Pmg- Continuod nu Page Eighteen UAKKETBALI. PLAYER SF STAINS AN INJURY Frank Sampson, resenr player on the Eddystone High School basketball team. sustained a broken wrist ”hile playing in the eleventh annual Holstein Harvey Field Memorial Basketball Tournament, sponsored by the Chester Kiwanis Club, in the Pennsylvania Military College armory last night. It was during the first half of the Eddvstone-Darby game that the accident occurred. Sampson collided with ann* her player when jumping towards the basket. Ho fell fare downward and used his hand to break the fall. He made an effort to continue plav but Referee Herman Bart- that failed to halt. Except for a swollen face as a result of being blindfolded. Boc itch rw NEW YORK. March 2 (UP' — President-elect Roosevelt, saddened , by the loss of one of his most si a I - j wart Cabinet members only two dav;-beforc he take'' office, today described ' the death of Senator Thomas J i Walsh of Montana as a grievous loss to the entire country as well as to 1 the new administration. “The death of Senator Walsh,” said 4 a batement issued by Mr. Roosevelt "is a grievous loss not only to the v hole country and the incoming administration in which he was to play so prominent and important a part, but in deep measure to myself personally. He was one of my oldest and most j trusted friends, and one on whose j calm judgment I could always rely j “While properly to fill in my Cabinet will be difficult, to fill his pace \ in the circle of my friends will be i impossible. ‘Signed, Frankin D. Roosevelt.” Mr, Roosevelt was Informed of the death of his prospective attorney general at the start of the President- Coroner’s I liq u cst a ii cl f?ec,'s ■ 1 <i;t> "} *(>w Y > r i”:,,r A departure for Washington where he Hearing in Ga-e of (OI- will be inaugurated on Saturday. The President-elect received the Iint*nalc Alan, Hold today hor., of Senator Walsh % death lint only as a great personal loss, but with the knowledge that his carefully constructed cabinet list must now be revised. Although leaders professed not to know where Mr. Roosevelt would turn to replace his prospective attorney Marshall road, Collingdale, on Sharon general, several names were men* avenue, between Andrews and Beech- tinned as candidates for the past, Inwood avenues, last Saturday night, eluding. was held on charges of manslaughter Governor Albert C. Ritchie, of and failure to stop and render assist- Maryland. of the Official Secrets \< t. Full details of the crime lie is charged with have not been published and it iv only recently that his name became known, although he has been held for some time. HEID AS DRIVER OE DEATH EAR SEN. WALSH DIES ON TRAIN GOING TO WASHINGTON Montana Solon, 73, Was on His Way From Havana With Cuban Bride of Less Than at Week Was Attorney-General Designate in Roosevelt Cabinet Body Removed From Coach at Rocky Mounts N. C. Heart Condition or Brain Hemor* rhage Cause of Death, Physicians Say—• Widow Unncrved Under Doctor s Care ROC KA MOUNT, N. 0., March 2— (UP) —Senator Hiom&A J. Walsh, 73-year-old political veteran who was Attorney General-designate in the new Roosevelt cabinet, died suddenly aboard an Atlantic. Coast Line train today while (intuito to Washington av it h his Cuban bride. Physicians attributed his death to a “heart condition or a hemorrhage of the brain.’’ Se nu tor w ti. ii was token ill at' At Mrs. Walsh’s request, the body Daytona Bench, Fla., Tuesday night, v hen ho suffered an attack of indigestion, but his condition had not appeared serious. Mrs Walsh awakened about 6 30 a rn , today to find the senator lying was attired in the late Senators wedding clothes Tt lay In state from* ll r. nu until time for departure by train for Washington. Captain Huger, son-in-law of the* late Senator, now stationed at th* _    ...    ,    .U S Navy base, Hampton Roads, on the    floor of    their drawing room,    Va . advised Mrs. Walsh he would I rn    ( ii    *••■ .ites    Senator    I    Lomas    I.    Walsh,    named    In    President    elect    urn *11 cion4 He    app 1 rent!J    had risen    meet herr there and accompany her lions • \ell    as    the    next    attorney    -general, died    suddenly    today    aboard    a    train    to tak'1    medicine    or a dunk    of orange    to Washington, where final funeral jmcP    arrangements will be made. Tho body should arrive in Washington at at Wilson N ( . enroute to Washington with Iris Cuban bride, whom lie married last Saturday, Joseph C, Funk, of HOT Chestnut street, Collingdale1, ane, ted y ‘ relay as the driver of the ear that struck and killed J H Jordan, 45, of 305 a nee, by Coroner J, Evans Schechle this morning. Funk was arrest eel after Patrolman Thomas J. Welsh, of the Collingdale police force, had 'noticed the doath-car standing in the driveway adjacent to the Funk home, and made ( JI ARLES BOI TK HER. 2d was not hurt. When tile kidnapers freed him, he first telephoned members of his family, then to policm Two friends picked him un in their car apparently by pre-arrangement. Taken first to thn horn'’ of Sidney Sinshcimer president of the American B^et Sugar Company. Boettcher Continued on Page Eighteen PAYS FOR ( OAF; CASE DISMISSED minute inspection of the vehicle find- Montana ing traces of an accident. The bumper of the car was bent, a cowl-light had been removed from the left to the right, side of the vehicle, and splotches of blood and caked hair were found on the fenders. Welsh’s testimony war. substantiated by Corporal C D Boyle, of the Clifton Heights detail. Pennsylvania State Highway Foliar md by 8rr-gcant Fitzpatrick, 'T ♦br CoHingdal" police, at Hie iuouo * today. Funk made a statement to County Detective Charles Smith, yesterday, that he had been in Philadelphia Continued on Page Eighteen NOTE ENC LOSED IN INFERNAL MACHINE Prof. Felix Frankfurter, of the Harvard Law' School. Newton D Baker, Ohio. Arthur Mullen, of Nebraska. Senator Hiram Johnson, Republican of California. Senator Burton K Wheeler, of Facing charges of larceny of    17 hags of fuel, Robert Woodland,    of Ulrich street, pleaded guilty when arraigned for hearing this morning Sir I stopped    the    game    and had a doc- before Magistrate Honan, at his ofter examine    the    player.    fires, 17 East Sixteenth street. The Kiwanis officials had the boy Woodland, after his admission, aken to the office of a nearby physi- agreed to pay the cost of the fuel and nan for an his injury. X-ray examination of SPEC I AE FEATURE The High School Commercial Club, at a meeting held this morning in •he Chester High School auditorium, enjoyed a showing of educational motion pictures, treating, in a geographical manner, developments of mineral products. WATERTOWN, N. Y .. March 2 'INS'—A note was enclosed in the infernal machine sent. by mail to President-elect Roosevelt in Washington a    week ago    last Sunday, it was disclosed    today by    Chief of Police Ed ward J. Singleton. the charges    were    dropped, as there    The note read was said to    be no    other definite evi- j ‘ I niri    i! friend    of Zanp; ra and I donee other    than the admission of the    want to    take up    the work that he youth, to substantiate the charge. Jailed to co. The arrest was made on a warrant * **t*1 president: governors and HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (By United Press) sworn out by William Bcarroon, a coal dealer, in the western section of the city. Settlement of damages amounting to $55 was made last night before Magistrate Honan bv F Hollorahn. of Parker avenue, Collingdale, whose ear struck one operated by Edward B Innis, of Church street, Upland, early in the morning of February seventh. ( IU ATY gets more MONEY FOR RELIEF millionaires I hate policemen and kill all your officers who I see on streets at midnight. I am on" who killed Kansas City millionaire so I kill police ”    * Tile note was signed. ‘Paul An-tonili of Italy.” Federal investigators here que: tinned a 16-year-old boy whose name they declined to divulge COLLINGDALE MAN VK TIM OF BANDITS AT AGUA CALIENTE I— Johnnie Hey TV, Wichita City, Kelly, Yanhank, Ted Pleasant Hills. 2—Leano, A era Crofton, Perry Brite, Loula IL, Nugent. Eskimo. .Miss Sage, Genghis Khan. 3—War Over, Luvor, Patsie I, Miss Timidity, Veruzza. Deep Beach. I—I None. 5—I None I. pi—(None). i—On The Job, El Cheevito. Bayamo, Burnam, Farrhina, contingent. Bude Rancher. Weather, clouds: track, fast. HARRISBURG. Pa., March 2- Tw<? (UP)—Pennsylvania's State relief *}aPrfl home. Roosevelt is keeping in rlose tom ll with the banking situation but ha' no intention of making any public statement on the subject before his inauguration, it was reported authon- Con tin tied on Page Eighte n CERM AK, MRS. GILL IN (’FOTH VE CONDITION MIAMI. Fla. March 2- (UP) Mayor Anton Cermak, of Chicago, passed a comfortable night and respiration improved, his physicians said today. Hr was suffering from a •'peritoneal condition”, tire bulletin said. but peritonitis had not developed Dr T. W. Hutson issued a bulletin revealing that Mrs Joseph Gill, who, like Cermak, was struck by a bullet intended for Presidentelect. Roosevelt, was still in critical condition from infection resulting from her wound. i MIAMI, Fin, March 2 (INS* Mayor Anton J. Cermak dozed fitfully in the new'ly-mxtailed oxygen chamber today while physicians attempted to stem an attack of hiccoughs which was termed ‘‘a real menace.” Oxygen pumped into the room chamber in which the mayors bed rests has "somewhat alleviated” Ccr-mak's difficulty in breathing, the specialists announced Although the pneumonia in hrs right lung is prac-i tically cleared up, Dr J W Snyder called attention to the continued presence of colitis "He is very weak.’ said Dr Snyder "The colitis is not so severe, but it still prevails. It has sapped his strength. The development of hiccoughing adds to our worries " NEAT St VI REALIZED LAST MINUTE NEWS KAINER LIKELY ( MOK E FOR SPEAKER WASHINGTON, March 2— (INS) —Rep. Henry T. Raine>, of Illinois, 73-year-old, white-haired veteran of the Mouse, virtually "as assured today of election as Speaker to succeed John N. Garner, the Vice-President- elect. As the time neared for balloting for Speakership in the secret Democratic caucus, it appeared that Rainey woald "in (he Sp*bakership and Rep. Joseph W. Ryrns, of ic ne would he named floor lender. Mi Walsh called train attendants, jo p rn tonight. ' V    !*,r    tram    ai    AN    ii,son, only j Mrs. Walsh told of finding her % 'u AA    A    Thumon.: husband unconscious on the floor of of the Moorrherrlng Hospital. Wilson,}        - boarded (tie train, lint found that I Senator Walsh was already dead j Mf' Walsh, who was Senora Marin Nieves Tm {Tin, widow of a Cuban sugar magnate, until her man rage to' Senator Wal.- ii, in Havana, last Sat.-' urdav, became hysterical, Dr. Pittman gave her a sedative. The body was taken on to Rocky | Mount, lf) miles awny, the next stop j on the Atlantic coast line The body was embalmed here and 1 was to be sent to Washington. A Wilson nurse Miss I,conn Bos- -well, was attending Mrs. Walsh, whose condition was described bv Dr Pittman as "very nervous, but not I serious.” Mrs. Walsh also was attended bv her maid. whom she had brought wit ti her from Havana Funeral senders probably will ive} held in Montana, Dr Pittman sa*. Mrs Wa! ii intimated to him in *» brief comment on future plans, which} as vet were not definite. Senator Walsh had been faking11 medicine under direction of Dr,) Merrvday, Daytona Brach, Fla., as proser I tied there yesterday. Dr. Pittman said he and Miss Boswell probably would accompany Mrs. Walsh to the Capital. Continued on race Eighteen Walsh Dies in Conductor's Arms ROCKY MOUNtTn C. March ’    (INS* Senator Thomas J. Walsh, of Montana, attorney-general designate, died in the arms of Herbert Weathersbee, Auantic Coast. Erne conductor, between 7 and 7 IO a. rn. today, as the train sped northward toward the nations capital Weathersbee was railed to the Senator s compartment by a frantic porter, who said he found the Senator dying or dead” shortly before 7 a rn. Weathersbee said he found Mrs, Walsh hysterical. "I felt hrs pulse, and It grew weaker Hnd weaker in my hand," said Weathersbee, Finally, it stopped T searched the tram for a physician, and found Dr Costello, of Cambridge, Mass When he came, he pronounced the Beira tor dead.” PROMTS TILT IS TWO FACTIONS    _    _ AIRED AT PROBE PLAN EDR TRIP THRONG ATTENDS NATION’S CHIEFS **» I.     - <•—»Di'mwra't. will ai. ('(HIKING SCHOOL SAD OVER WALSH $7,0(10,000 Revealed in Slocks Quiz WASHINGTON. Mar rh 2 -CUP' A Wall Street ((dabble over division of more than $7,000,000 of profits experted from the merger of three midwestern farm equipment companies, was revealed today in the Senate stork market, investigation Letters read into the record showed Eastman. Dillon and Co . protest mg that the National City Company was "unfair'’ because the former concern was exclud'd from ground floor profits tend Inauguration Coronion irs Preparations have been made by a party of county Democrat* under the leadership of County Commissioner James F Desmond, to attend the inauguration ceremonies In Washington on Katurdav. Among the local Hundreds of Women (ii von Latest Ideas in Cooking Science That home making, in all Its branches, is considered of great importance bv the women of Chester. [’resident Hoover I/oads in Expressing Condolences to Widow A I HI XLE MI P MIK I — I.adv Sweet, Elizabeth I n x, _,    .    funds    were exhausted today through onarn. allocation of $6,203,000 for unemployment relief for the month of March. There was no immediate prospect of obtaining either State or Federal funds for April. The State legislature, in session nine weeks, has not provided any renewal of the State relief appropriation and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation has notified Governor Pmchot continuance of Federal aid depends on State Legislative action, In granting $3,224 430 af Federal money to the state this month, the R F C., sent the following telegram which the Governor made public "Consideration of relief needs for Patrolman J E Talbot, of this city, financial secretary of the Police Pension Fund, ha* announced that the receipts from the benefit given at the Stanley Theatre Tuesday night, netted the organization the sum of $1040 41 He also announced a donation of $112 50 to the fund This ancle was d‘ Ferdinand Perot * co sol, tried unavailing!' mystery of papers ml Justice department file Charlet F. Mitch' as chairman of the Bank and the Na tim. at President-elect fie cest ion, said he u.- ut naif the mystery al (tv ments. Tile nut mg pa pci opinion, suppressed lr which Solicitor Genera trined bandits last night kid -I Collingdale man near his drove him about for more than an hour and then threw him out of their automobile after robbing him of $56 The victim, Donald Craig 45, was only a half block from his home at 227 Pusey street, Collingdale, when the bandits' car pulled up at the curb and one a1 the bandits, both of r,h,„. LATE SENATOR WALSH AND AFTER MARRIAGE Craig out en Parker avern; miles from his home Crairj t (.eloped after nit '(•*■ roim-to elear the .rig from the who resigned 7a Uonal City City Company >se velt/s sue -(bit to ilium!-missing doru- f or rn rd an 21 v ars, in Fred W I eh. lenders included in tho pat tv wHl j was shown again \> ferday, as th iv George F Dougherty, former1 second of the Ch* hter Times Cook-Democratir ritv chairman. Joel L. ling and Home Making School got. Thomas, of Parkside, Chn?. B under way There was a capacity O’Donnell, of Clifton Hrighrts, and audience Tuesdav afternoon, for the Joseph F X Quinn, Upper Darby, opining at the School but yesterday** chairman-    {throng    was ’capacity plus” Steps are being taken by these men In spite of (he fart that every and other county Democrats to co-1 available inch of space was occupied. operate with Sedgwick Kistler, national committeeman, in making a determined fight that none but real there we no lf .senlug of the Interest and the attention, aa Mrs Katherine Delaney in sp tutor! fashion, taught, party workers shall share in the re- commented and demonstrated. With wards of victory, claiming that they: nft w’a”e motion, and with deftness are looking beyond the distribution I horn of experience, Mrs, Delaney < on ti ii a* d on P i ge I jg lateen BRIDE IN CUBA lice the plates. bort M md Thoughts, Temple Dancer, Laura April will await Scale Legislative ae cial. Pirogue. I—Genteel Lady, Hoosier* Pride, Hag Horn, ( annv Scot. ^hereon, Grey ‘■■'ash. 3— None1, i— None . *—Porters Dream. r—Loyal Louie. 7—Living f hrrokee. Weather elear; track fa \T HAVANA '—Ought To. 1—Smiling Moon, Thelma L, Panton, Pernoel, 2—Blow Ely. Preferred, Gradient, Mar Prier, si ne ins Kid, Semester. •—Roar Tournament, Domina. Trvor, Jus* lr. Broon Mole, Chianti. 5— None I. (—f roi«si ntanis. I* Pot r. Red I liker, Disapproved, Tort”, av, James r *—Guile Jumper, rather clear; track fast. AT EMR GROUNDS ’ — I None)* I—) None I. 3—Mutual friend. ‘— Nonn. 5— None), 6— None , 7—'unn'sjde I p Platinum Blonde, Harold lr. 8— None i, 3— Off. Weather clear, track fast. Hon. The March allocation for Delaware county was $115,560. \ Ur,r 7/'v TV] 5 FOR am low ON UTILITIES MINOR H OK IAR' TO MF,KT IN MKDIA Ko«'s of Concerns Diokmi; The Delaware Counf* Manawa.*    fnr SPorfl in ,ho Le”'- Association will hold a regular mer1.    Int ll TO mg at the Arcadia dining hall, Media, next Tuesday evening President William E Griffith, who HARRISBURG. March 2 'INS* has been sojourning in Florida, will Foes of public utility concerns today be home in time to attend, according looked to Pennsylvania s General Esto John F. Malloy, secretary of the Glibly for speedy action on the first association.    bill released from committee with the The meeting is considered excep- intent of materially changing the t tonally important by the members Public Service Com pan > laws. of the minor judiciary, discussion of Reporting of 'lr* bi!!, introduced matters being considered at Harris- bv Rep Aaron \V. Munford Warren burg to be one of the outstanding features. William C    Kraf‘ Jr    of Media    re-* cently offered to serve the association as solicitor without compensation, and his offer was accep'ed. \< ( USED BV ROOM IR Lawrence Johnson, of the 300 block Abbott street, when arraigned in police court this morning, wa.-, ordered held for a hearing before Magi! #•*> H C Nan jNr" of tho Tenth ward on charges of ? .■ aul' and ba .tory preferred by    Jo -ph    Morris, of    the Abbot' street    address    Both moi    are (Negjoes.    i came at it time when Uac practices of pubhr panics is bring voiced the commonwealth. The measure hit til rallier uncxpccted;v. 'K legislation to cur utilities regarded wedge for the reb and Senate bills change the public acted 7’he mea utility con prohibiting rham the; ar** appro en opposition service co in all parts e House fie Advocate? b practices of the it as the opening ase of other House that will radically of patronage toward the general welfare of the Democratic jwirty in the county, I hi* faction is holding meetings to insure a stiff battle in the primary next fall and af the general election, in order that candidates may be ar lee ted who will put up « fight to rapture one or more of the county row office*, Cm the other side of the fence are the members of the Media Democratic Continued on Page I igbteen I R iwEAHIIRY BALANI I WASHINGTON, March 2    (INS) Treasury balance as of February 28, $221480,376.00; expendltur* $3 372 -649.24, cust oms receipt/ $16 442.256.28. SCHOOL DISPUTE AIRED AT CAPITOL ('olorcd Residents Plead fur Action to Scat RiioiL Now School blended th* ingredients for a number of dishes, which were not only good I to the taste, but attractive in ap- j pea ranee. A large fish was stuffed, baked to a twin. and die * d with a tasty ‘‘sweet our** sauce. There was a stuffed and roasted shoulder of lamb, which, when taken from the oven, | sent it Civory odor through tile hall When this w is garnished with parsley, and surrounded bv "noodle Kuge!1’ which has been baked in individual ring fashioned of slice.', of bacon the result    was    a complete and ‘'handsome” meal. A    fine grained    layer    cake,    light and    fluffy in texture,    was    richly i overed with "seven minute” iring, and garnished with slices of banana. pennSs were busy throughout the audience, as the recipe for the icing was recorded for future use In    addition to    theist**    and    other duhe*. Mrs. Dclanev explained the in HARRISBURG, Negro resident; TredyfTrin town h for the Attorney Mi Sylvania joint sci which D Negro ch building The n (KC Depot Ravn nj* Ho' y At prest d P the ed r UP) 'leaded Penn-*aia$t the townships to permit of tend din Ak Gene Ider Hubbard w ‘"I his is what you get, my dear, for bring the wife of a man in public life.” So said Senator Thomas J. Walsh, who was to he attorney-generaI in the Roosevelt cabinet, as he and his bride 'mitingiv pe-*-fI for news photographers in Miami, la” saturday. The 71-ye r-o*d (nato) and hi? wife, who is th" former Senora ”"-ee Chaum**- t, of ( uh;*, had flown to Lier aa, within a few hours aper 'be rh:' and reliri-Ks mar: s e < «*;em- •    1 > i !*een per formed in Havana. I hey wfr returning t » Masbing'on today when he ( ontinued on Page Eighteen expired. iws if cn- provision of boa) tow i rn ing wa am here I Harris I Maceo for the hips. rep- on ten he P Harvey Tyre, Easttown. and Elizabeth Temple. Tredvffnu, the petition asking the atl genera! to lnetitute manriamu.'1 ceeding1- in the name of the Mi inn PP C ontinued on Page Eighteen CLOUDY TODAY : FAIR TOMORROW Mostly cloudy, with not much change in temperature, i* the prediction today in Ka tern Pennsylvania, New Jerry Delaware and Maryland. It will be fair tomorrow The L Kh< t temperature here yesterday was 4 t degire.n, at 4:15 p. rn., and tile lowest vt as 37, at 7 IS a. rn. The average of 43 was seven degrees above normal far the date but two degrei - below the average March I la year Maximum temperature for the date if 68, established in 1903, and minimum ll. at I8?w Sunrise today was at 6.33 * m Hod sunset will he at 5 54 p. rn., Eastern Standard Time HEID IGR HEARING Robert Woodland, 21, Negro, of the 300 block Ulrich street, was held for a further hearing belove Magistrate Honan, on charge* of breaking, entering and larceny when arraigned in pollee court tins morning He vs said to have broken into a garage in the West End He was arrested by De- WAS HINO TON, March 2— CUP) -President Hoover led the nation today in message* of sympathy to th* widow of Senator Thomas J. Wakffi. The President sent condolences to Mr Walsh and said he waa 'shocked” at the Senator's sudden death, Vier - President Curtis said. *’Th« nation hts lo,st. one of it,-, ablest men and the new ariminiMraUon has losfc one of its greatest public servants” • His death, ’ -‘>*iri Senator Robinson, ‘‘come* as a great shock and will sincere grief to all his col-; leagues. He wa* a man of notable ability and upright character. Hi* passing is a distinct loss to the entire nation " .Senator Wheeler, Democrat, Montana. said I am grieved beyond I words to learn of hts passing. It. I* i great shock to me He and I hrui been such intimate friends that it is as though my-own father had passed on.” NEW YORK. March 2—(TTPY — James A Farley, Democratic. National Committee chairman, and postmaster general-designate rn the new Roose-'cit administration, declared today that Senator Walsh’* record as a. Continued on Fags Eighteen. SAME NAME; DIFFERENT MLV Under police court news today an item appeared that a man giving the name, Irving Kaplan, and Crum Lynne, a* his place of residence, was arrested at, Fourth street and Edg-mont. avenue last night on a chars* of being intoxicated Irving Kaplan a resident and business man of the Third ward, was not the man referred to lo th* article. B A N K KI FTC’V SEHEDULE Carl A DOU bf t, of this City, filed a schedule of liabilities in voluntary bankruptcy proceeding* in the United State District Court, at Philadelphia, yesterday. Liabilities were hated a* $45,843 and assets at $38,922. J he Weather WEDINGTON. March 2— (IT) — fore* (st for tonight and Friday; J .(stern Pennsylvania and New Jersey; Light snow this afternoon • nd probably tonight; Friday mostly cloudy; not much change in temperature. Western New York and Western Pennsylvania:    Cloudy    tonight; Kri- d’v, fair; not much change in temperature. TODAY’S Ii MEERAU REA rn. t ontinued ou rage Eighteen tact!yes Hardaiau anti Desmond. 6 a    rn.    ......    36    11    a 7 a    rn.......44    Neon    .,. 6 i    rn    ......    44    I    p    m. 9 a.    rn....... 40    2    p.    m IO 4.    rn 42 46 44 '3 4d ;