Chester Times, January 2, 1933 : Front Page

Publication: Chester Times January 2, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania 1 DAILY AVERAGE NET P NII) CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,108 FINAL EDITION it if if it With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.170. KEYSTONE AUTO CLUB TO SPONSOR IMPORTANT ACT Measure Fixes Financial Responsi bilit) of Motor Vehicle Operators DSI 'n«eel AV sr* d Interna: United Pre** (VT Service (INS. C HESTER. PA.. MONDAV. JANUARY 2. VX CONTRASTING CHAMPIONS jjPrincipal Aim to (urb lr i a a responsible Drivers; Features ( iteel dent that A Financial R . ennsvlvania ha itroduction In t hi* Legislature uitomobilr Chit louncement Nest Weeks, pres It provide ' ome in volt J rh, injui who plra of viola I ms how (inane bond or Ii rendition pi if the opec ' The Act Weeks, “is I Af the subjc .0 be-i using mage rioted must mr ponsibility Act for bern prepared for ie 1933 session of by the Keystone according to anda v by J Horton ■f the club, motorists, wi ■d in accidents a v or property da guilty or are con the motor laws. ii responsibility, th biiitv insurance, ‘candent to contin ting privilege. as drafted." said Mile result of long study •t of highway accidents used by persons who are finan-illy irresponsible No perfect soltl-■»n for uncompensated highway cidents has Net been advanced, and our opinion such solution will obablv come bv evolutionary rather an bv revolutionary means. How-pr, the Financial Responsibility iw already adopted in mini lies and    several province: tnada. can at least claim r being a step in the right f in. "We have incorporated in the serf Act the best features OI TOU1 a NVS of other stat ’ to be fair and c h* time has .come '.'aith of Penns? !ef;nife step tow! ponsiblc operators md we have ever NS and \;e n lultable. Cd for the Con; vania to ta rd curbing of motor vc expectation the 'I ic vc ainly mon* <e a irre-licles that tile coming session will enact such a law ” Important features of the act sponsored bv the club include: Proof of financial responsibility to be required under the following conditions : Before the renewel of operators I e«nse after it has been suspended cr revoked for violation of the laws POLICE CI.EANI IF FEW CELEBR ATORS OF BETHEL CO! IIT ON CITY STREETS IS PROBABILITY TO WELCOME 1*133 Mavor Ward Threatens to Observance Saturday Mid- VANDERBILTS, ASTORS FIGHT U. S. TAX CLAIM Flare Police (in a rd Annind .‘id Ward Area niirht, One of OuictcM ii' ( Hester’s History Reported Robbery of Phil- Parties in Homes and Club- adelphia Man, Arouses Ire of Executive rooms Mark Old Year Farewell t<* in 'n The first robbery of the Near Bethel Court was recorded las- e rung. the Nictim being robbed of Si This robbery so incensed Ma Ward, that he threatens to post n at the several entrances to thb district and drive out the women or put them all in jail The victim of the first 1933 roblicry gave police the name. Harry Grow of .spruce street, near Fifty -# f th street. Philadelphia He was unable to be present at the hearing of the accused thief. Mary Jone*. when she was ar-court this morning id* Ut' if Che nu bt f i P reigned i so the hearing avo morrow bv Magi-Berry. According to j: v .-liking on Welsh s side industry and ?idiev ear. when I thi Jones woman. police toils more t cepted her invitai :mued to Thomas "Old Man 1932 ' nu urday midnight ami tooting horns, shri**l clanging bells, but if for anyone on the st to bid him good-bye. he saw anyone A cruise through the central lion of the city as the New made its debut found the st practically deserted. I hr re wa; public demonstration planned the atmosphere Just led one to here that everyone was glad to ice ret Gross was rom a river-was headed for a ie was accosted by who has been in the r hail once He ac- one o ion to enter her t time dlathe money loss, he mat anc heme and within a she covered she had taken from his pocket. When Gross discovered his grabbed the woman by the th hr began to scream. Another Negro woman ran to her assistance and switched out the lights, but they were turned on again when Gross threatened to wreck th*' place. When they Jailed to return his oflfi d his loss to police S accompanied him 210 Welsh street, and the brown-skinned female. she was soon released un-bonri, when a well-known ho was recently' released Federal Penitentiary ai Af-orker of the U im ft of »1, I mope, too. bas Its champion*, and herr are (bree from m i" lion; iii;: u t lions .tho present a continental eon* C ontinued on East Page tra,t. Brunei ( bai'otic AA enow sky, top. is Poland* prize he.urn now winning dancing fame in Paris Dark-skinned Anna .Mariachi, center, is a champion lotion picker, honored bv Soviet Russia, Blond Nancy von lalkenhavn. below. Viennese society girl. Hon a beauty contest she entered a* a joke, 'then she turned the joke on Hollywood when she refused a movie contract. MWA MS CU Ii win. INSTALL (H I K LUS Kiwanis Club members will forwhy install officers at the annual induration meeting of the club, to held on Wednesday evening a' the iC'trr Club. 511 Welsh siree'. *" member* and their fain ilk > will * Uno meeting, at which several money, hi and sever to t he hr arrested However, der $500 Negro, from ti lama. had a political 1 district furnish bond f When Mayor Ward I robbery, he declared he blately order all white of the district, unless ti fido business there, or or drive through the dr to reach their destination. “If necessary, I will post men at every entrance to the plate and smoke out these thieves, who have been a source of considerable trouble to the police for years," the mavor said. It is no guarded secret that scores who were robbed in the dives of the area during 1932. never recovered a earned of the would lmme-nirn kept out ley have bona have to walk strict in order the departure of a year marked bv the depression and its attendant ills Of course there were parties Maun in homes and in clubs and not a few revolver shots were heard above thf ain of the factory whistle; but ii only lasted for a few minutes anc |uiem of the past year wa.* the shortcut heard for decade.* Maybe one of tile reasons the noir,* was subdued was on account of it being Sunday morning, but mast persons agreed it was the spirit ol the populace, those who could a fiord to celebrate, declining, knowing lim* many were unable to do so. Not a tow from thL* city joined the merrymakers in Philadelphia and some went to New York For those who wished to have a wet celebration their was plenty of beer and whisky, such as it wa.*, to be had for the price Little drinking was indulged Sn. as police arrested but two inebriates over the holiday. Three hundred members of the Franklin Fire Company, the Ladies' Auxiliary and friends, enjoyed a New Year's party in the firehouse on Concern avenue, between Second and Third streets. Saturday evening An orchestra provided music for dancing, and refreshments were served in the form of a regular dinner. The advent of tile New Year was celebrated in a fitting manner bv a number of city and county civic and fraternal organizations, members of < (intinned on Page I rght CHRISTMAS TRK Fe DECORATIONS TAKEN PRICE, TWO CENTS TALBOT LOOMS AS HOOSE SPEAKER; WHITE FOR CLERK Norwood Man Seen Sure of Republican Backing, as Members (bather < bester Man Is Assured for Re-election to His Old Perth I al bot and White Slated for Election The Republican’House group, at Harrisburg, tonight, in caucus, will nominate Representative Qrover C Talbot, of Norwood, for Speaker. fie will be elected tomorrow over only nominal opposition from Repins* mauve Wilson Sang. of Berks county, bv virtue of the collapse of Independent Republican opposition to hie candidacy. M K Burgner, of Chambersburg will be nominated for re-election as resident clerk, and Kugene F. White. Chester, for reject ion as chief clerk of the House They will ire re-elected tomorrow I 'tir log    lax (.IMS. no nix nit;    Mime $.>0,000,009 uh    It lite government i> trying    to collect, crime to    trial in Neu    York tins    month I Lief lr lh«    xiii! of the heir*, of torii Hilham Waldorf    Astor.    who seek a $1*1.0011,(10(1 re fund en taxes aosc'.srri lo Hie government, which claimed Baron Astor tried to evade I’, S. inheritance taxes. Vincent Vim low ti • r - rn ti is one of Die chief living heil* ( onntesv See* hrnvl, leu, former!* Glad** Vanderbilt.    Gertrude    A anrierbiit Whitney,    right, and Cornelius    A mderhilt Whitney,    upper    center, are ail co    defendants    in a suit    in w hit ii the government names 50 heils    of the late ( ornrlmx    Vanderbilt. It seeks an    $800,000 share in profits on sate of Die old Vanderbilt mate ion in New York. NUMBER KILLED IN (HINA BA TILE Japanese and ( hi nest' Soldiers F ngagc t Shanhaikw an pi* Jopa klllei tern Ne TPI! 'Ut Of p-’cted to bo present as speakers During *ho dinner, there will also be several interesting features of cntcrtain-rncnt to be followed by dancing Tho following officers and director v .ll be installed: Pep (dent. Harry AV Kane, secretary of the club since its founding; vice president Dr. M A Ncufcld; treasurer, Raymond L. Shropshire; trustee. Clarence L Conner the retiring president; directors. Paul Ives. Charles E Lam on. Thoma. McDougal. Lloyd Ritter, James R Rodger*. Paul Rust and James F. Schieck Awards for members with one hun-(,'per cent. mooting attendance will b" marie at the meeting I O LITE NSH TAC J VIOLATORS TRAPPED Not, a single arrest by milt ripai *, dice or members of the State Highly Patrol was made yesterday of * ntorusts driving cars bearing 1932 * prise plates Only ten arrests were ade in Philadelphia Members of tile Clifton Heights de iii of state patrolmen wpre on the alert for violators yesterday, but not one was detected. They say it was he first time since a detail was as-'gned to this county that no arrests DECEMBER TERM CRIMINAL COURT th* icir Joss e fined in* in many -entering th* Tim* lunched i painted we ion on th' nat: time 'a rn pa i linen.*’ > strec campi ith an gain police have rn against the ho openly solirit but after a few in would die a th More Than Two Hundred C ases on Trial List; Live RAIDING PARTA Judges to Preside pieKtX habits MOPS FP EVIDENCE The December term of will open at Media, ton ing. with 209 cases lister ranging from petty hqi o mi h ii court morn-ial and Inf ions Thieves early last night stole three lair** stars arri several electric light bulb*, which were used as part of th* decorations on a Christmas tree on the lawn fronting the home of David W’. Deakyne, Ninth and Kerlin streets. Mr. Desk,vne had able time arranging I competitor for prizes Delaware County Ch merce for the mi lighted Christmas t during the holidays. In the display, he three stars, one a se r of flash star, which ado from Shan) ut (wan ovrr telephone w o of Internal ion a1 News Marshal cha nr ; IL*tmh-Lit military govern or of Main Japanese on d Chinese were hon v,\ Oi tie Japanesi killed and won *s of soldi"' and wounded. Pen Chi killed and man y wounded Btl# itlMik wan is a parr city situation af Die or which *eparei es Mn neb no , r! ♦ Ulna j)i i Editor's Ne lie In sc mg. hut thf mr ants bv Pdwnrc Hi fille smashing of a con ta it Ileg'-d liquor on Die cement floor of the tree, with one of five br.: ffment /ailed to dispel *he ardor one red and the oilier w Mel; up of county ucot ive who d b ad ii v. in ti ■* Hi on t ri ■s. Two Media Took minor to g char rig. ( this city, u with first dr Judge W preside in cour John M Broon OI slap ii ' consist,*? whh four you ii on highway robbery Negroes, George Hasel-and John L. Brown, of I stand trial charged rec murder Roger Frone field will room No. I. Judge I. in Number 2, and Detec ( raid I'ill bl, Fridi -thinking off;* i some of the n anni her con cating more ev on Jam* s an es->ck. Market iv era quickly liquid and tainer and idence con- Judge Albert Dill ton in I* ere marie, without th** . ast.*. Des J rohce, there list years Ii Th* fine f v license the vigilai e many ca e, s’?n on fred s. Wing and of the bearing county Continued on I ast Page FORMER PH ILA. HIRL POISON Kl) IN PARIS PARIS. Jan, 2 Francr* Johnson 21. believed to be a native cf Philadelphia, and a former resident of Denver, was found dead in a hotel Although Die body of the antonio- !n the fa.xhionab’e Chaillot quarte* and eity Ii YI) < LOSI; < VI L bile in which he wa* riding on Chester pike was completely demolished Ute Saturday night when it collided with a truck near Lamont avenue, thr driver of tile car a resident of Germantown, escaped with a minor laceration of his forehead The car r as towed to a garap"' and the driver proceeded to his home by trolley, 15 IG I) VT It YU BOULDER CITY. Nev.. Jan. 2 INS Twenty-five Boulder Dam workmen today had miraculously escaped death or serious injuries when a "skip'’ dangling from a cable 800 feet above the Colorado Rived bed crashed into the Arizona wall. Fifteen of the men were injured. laoiismw n *r.i rf*#t M ct * Tile las mopped nj placed it after conli: Mating of 47 bottles of home-brew, arrested two men found In the place fi’aken before Magistrate M P Fl-liott, of the Ninth ward the prisoner* Identified themselves as Fred Gross and Jaek Oliver They ware committed to the county jail in default of f 1000 bail each The detectives charged that Olivrr smashed the container of liquor to prevent its use as evidence. • I irs i s for 1933” The firs* arrest in tin* city was recorded at I a rn. yesterday, when Janus Dolan, who has bern an in-! mate of the County Home. Luna, was slated on a charge of intoxication. Gunmen didn t wait long to stagr the first holdup in this area. the pro- on either side of the t While Mr. and .Mr out last evening, belv et | removed the decorattot has bern offered for th* of the thieve*. pent cons;doric display as a offered by the rn ber of Com- News Bervie J attractively churia, ere re* on lawns Shanhaikw a esc censors! had arranged The battle en-polnt blue- and Jo d the top of Japane points each. soldier: white in color, at Jai •re.    opened Dr ak vne were Ti wen 7.30 and dim* the yard and °pcr v A reward s!,Ui i tor was ■ft dead e were ran. froi lr aminated New Year (Greeting Fails to Please iricnt fl the I with v Year spirit iga played hob *nt of crores of r to woo Morbid convivial-morning rn th* iii ce(corato: Happy length sw thrv ret; victim. Finally bv a resit New Yea than his bluecoatt the two r neted in intern* it re . the Die 'ggy ated interns, then (use another P sn notified Ii thy for va* less Madre fur ak -p But ilia failed to i Bch Up With : rter Who were ilium!-qual measure with their LAND RESCUED CREW (IE TINKER Only One of Thirty-five* Seamen Requires Hospital Treatment HARRISBURG. Jan. 2 -1INS? — Prepared to grapple with the problem.* reared bv economic misfortune such a* have not harassed the commonwealth in a generation. Pennsylvania s legislators today invaded the capital for Die 130th General Assembly, opening tomorrow, l iie en l ite* t arrivals reached Harrisburg last evening, with virtually ever; member of the legislature ex- nightfall. Party cau-chfduled for the e-. *» v a convening, will b# Candidate* for th# ’ll! in OI maori*' Dr vie Dc K* Thin sri!* into nm tho ty-flv Frying r Cape Ha ( an attn noon pa follow in mile.* sol n Shoals atte las, in Frank Chapman and the ere takrn from lifeboats, in ain Belt it of the it a cargo of 35 of rfilch w as .ship on it burst explosion J Of tile it. hip, off hu h they had left the Kellog ol- g the ri the Art In, disaster, I >r law* 11 r, Tex., I I ship an Marcus During r nd * Bun Ho ‘ie taken rhieh left *• day as were due Ibout the in* ( 'h ear Fin hun ntcrnational nt in Manat Wall to the Japanda: Chine 1 n last nigh* hat Chinese id grenade. who then * ply imme- EXTRA SESSION SEEN CERTAIN; ‘LAME DUCKS’LAX which hr K< WL ed fort un; ace tanks no 4 and 5 exploded Only one member of tile cr* the Kellogg sustained in juries necessitated hospital treatment was Third Ar-Mstant Knglneer Wi Ham Russell, of New York. who wi taken to the Chester Hospital to n Democrat Leaders to Toll md,h to tile Roosevelt ll ('annet Be Avoided    the    n atm ♦*nt for B o, ell rn bu dance h Captan ated vessel. ■ to on# hut apprehension WILLIE ll ST VV VS I Lit TO BE A FIREMAN William Jackson, N rcpt, has ambitions .' ■ o of Rev an Not to climb social ladders but firemen'.* ladder Tilt* wa.* learned at 3 a iii. yes-(erday by firemen who an. veered a telephoned alarm to a riverside industry at Front and Market .street.'-, When tile firemen arrived they ran ladders to a roof where steam va. ♦ scaping. William was aUracted by Die dang of the bells and ‘tarted after the engines lie had been going places .since the bells rang at midnight Unsteadily he started up the ladder to the roof. Fit him to the ground, but Til** Japan on tin Chine Chine chang hour. Marshal Cl he viewed th natui J a pa i anv JehnJ rn son. shoot I fig down soldier Die? i saw. lien replied ti a the fir♦ f allots cont untied fi lie Scs i m of < 'Hip pies l ints Far Has Arco nip cd Rut Little lh Die p of the face Able to walk ? assistance. llv all their inpman. of Mist ai lied a lie hands. Im operator rd two *x-"806" calls id Edward >• cond male pected before cusp*, alway* Of the asseth I held tonight. House Speakership will be chosen by the two major parties and the preliminary line* of operation will be drawn. A paradox present* itself tomorrow 111 tile *.per:,tc ie of 282 legislator* who will take the oath of office a Bible in one hand and. theoretically, an axe in the other. Hut fev, if any. will be without the axe, Die executive symbol of their oath which this year carne* a moral obligation to constituent* to effect rigid economy in government. Created bv Die lash of public clamor for relief from tax burdens, the cutting weapon ha* bern sharpened for a siege of probably not Irs* than five moot Ii*. rite mitre House membership and haif of the  ..... constitute    the    'Mi legislator> Unit v*ill ive sworn in for their first or for new term*. Twenty-Sengtor*. their term* un-ill    renew    their oath for th# 1933    ion    is frankly viewed nip*(Mum on finance. Til# will be a phase of prac-pirce of legislation pre- < nntinued on l.wxt Tag# I LAN Boss TROPHIES In the Market street window of the Delaware County Trust Company is dlspluv.'d Die two prize* awarded Clan l.v ,s pip- Band bv the Board *>f Ti ade of Vt .’Monkton, D C., flrat priz'*    in    tim    band    contest and spend    pi., fo-    • de    cly appearance in th" street p ira de. < OI I lf I IONS TOMORROYV I WO five of Ii' each expired, ' for session. soon The I: lifter a* a ma.* dollar st a of I Ucally e that He VV. M ately. I I’m el, direr I or of publm ue*l a .statement to th# ■Liam \ apparently ese scheme o iiMnchned to ;*neral Japan province, vv Iii a nhaik wan pal of ttlnn PII ILA. (’U HS I N NEW YKAR WELCOME WASHINGTON. Jan 2 elect Roosevelt will lie I grt ssional leader* af the conference in New Yori there is no possible chan mg an extra .e.ssion of f While Democratic b ade to put ow i f hr program ♦ relief, governmental re< rroaomv and tax** a! the Jtl, ‘ne had taken pretor of a drugstore at Lansdowne again. Again he Resplendent in    costumes    of    brilliant colors, the    follower*    of    King n    yanked    Momus welcomed    1933 today iii the started    up    !traditional shooters pared Den ne hop (UT nay plan taken off the Police today *n._ ____ _____ _________ _________ _________________________, _    . poison    being robbed a    few minutes after 1932    ladder and wa.* still having his    ups    of    Philadelphia The tragedy    folio’.vcd    a    New    Year*    was blown into oblivion    They used    :,ntJ downs when police arrived    and    held    One    un Fro celebration    in    Montmartre night    an automobile    which had    been stolen    helped him climb into the patrol clubs.    in this city.    wagon Today he was assented    $10 i    and coat* for hts ambition*. IP ca . r (i! the finale a1 condiDon two pa in the arimU Munir i o n CLARA MAKES HER BOW TO LONDON UldllW.VY USERS TO HOLI) (ONEEREM E HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Hr I nllfd Prexx) AT IEF! I It SON PIRK I—Hr. s\ntax. Bavette Frank. Ingle Nook, '>andwrack. Diilrew Signal. I.adv '•vveet, YYriglev f ield Duelist, Y\ atrh Ciirl, Austerlitz. — Arrow. Bill Orange, Balance All, Red test, Mal San, Dante. Yntie Arundel, lairraine S., Ilippias YA ega. — North Shaddow, Lezev. Fly On Joe Pat>«ie, Spot Pot, Air AA ise Air AA ise. Kilmore. Nunrn^ide I p. Almadele. — None.) —FI Puma. AA hippen rat ker, Pigeon Hole. ( hief Jolin. Cot. Hatfield. -Thistle Tom. berat k, Dred Scott. Doramelia, Denair, sweet I.a-sie llek, I ris; oville, ( r*dar A alley AAorthy’s Pride. -Alissv, Oderic, Barashkoia. Bobv Tile Highway Users Conference ha-called an overflow meeting to be field Wednesday evening in the Chark F Hyatt Memorial Armory, on the (ampin of the Pennsylvania Military College, Fourteenth street and Melrose avenue, at 8 o'clo* k. W D. Ma on. of th*- Hun Oil Company. who is chairman of the committee in charg" of the meeting, has announced that the committee is in hopes of arranging for a program of ♦ aik* by nationally known speakers The general topic will be with reference rn the question of highway and railroad transportation. I.MPItOA I Mf N I s|D)YA N It ta reported today bv members of the family of Robert Wetherlll. Sr., of Twentieth street and Providence avenue, who ha* been suffering from a severe illness that the condition of the former manufar urer and banker is improved and that Mr Wethcnll is resting more comfortably. FIRST BIR I ll IN 1933 The first 1933 baby to arrive In Chester was registered a* the Chester Hospital when the New Year was but nine hours old Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simpson, of 17 Second street. Upland are the proud parents of the little girl. “ROXY" OPTR AT I I) I PDN HAV YORK Jan 2 -UP S I, stadium where charged, while the -econd the usual line of march o street In the pa * years cdy C'-uml propelled MV ra! thou-and do gift money for tim honored of various division! bul this year funds were available in the ti ca Des pi * the loss of several of oldest clubs from the Broad si parade, thousands of Phlladelph and V; (tors from Eastern Penn vania and New- Jrj ey watched shooters march. overed Broad ♦ mg able to cfh lie* to b; ddltlonal The How I if t* e me< -venue rn the budg W: mg n WASHING! Of i me and Dt ll AMX I I I Hnrtoi KIM.' IDI S H Robe," Horton. Known in va vine as the ' kamh off king died iv a heart a'Lack shortly aper pre.*'; mg his act before member* of Philadelphia lodg* .a * night cnee I" to th;.' WHh the V Prosick nt -ild by Con* Democratic Thursday ■e of a vert - ingles* • w ill J rive ! beer, farm rconiza Don pre .(Ult firs-til" outlook let It bo "u bill, and arni I chef ii clat ion of ary econo-without is Com -der new ti 'Mi i de ti as done l!*Mr I supply bill* $4 290 OOO OLK) r prohibition acted upon of Philippine id* ut Hoover J opi cs of Ti tries went i. N J . st et j(J ;h« I >' la '■ are Sun, who * is on effect that there w»ll be no collecttona L*i(j the I- ♦uIofK’ f int' cl    of garbage and ashes today and re- " V i    a**'!t Usrf’r‘ miles off ,quests householder* not to set out and .learri ii** vessels whistle He    containers, but    to    wait    until    rught- ,if once reported to ap.ain Rodgers    fal|    }{fi    cojj^tors    will    start    out Who Ordered the ship to go to the parl TurS{Iav morning, Ii.'-.' i. I a nee of Die burning vc; el    _ When it reached Die scene, the Delaware Sun stood by as dose as po. lble and Die crew of the Kellogg jjui off In life boa ta in a calm sen and were taken aboard the Delaware Hun No one would venture a statement as to the cause of the explosion After all members of the crew had been ai counted for the Delaware Sun left the scene of the disaster and left the Coast Guard cutter Yams-CIHA’, which picked up the distr ca* signal of the Kellogg, standing by the burning vswirl. Upon their arrival the members of the crew of the Doris K* lings# were met at the plant of the Bun Oil One chap Ion two fingers while .shooting the New Year in. Well, h# will always have a handy reminder about Un* event. Today mali days for the i moi row Marti mothers. the end of the holi-!moi children and louie holidays for the Companv bv two buses and taken to Philadelphia Tlans had b'-'n mad# to care for them at the Marcus He,ok branch of the Philadelphia Seamen* Church Institute The majority of the rcr.-ctjcri . • amen weir Y iii) ii (HRL IS LYM KKD; .MOTORIST HELD Prices have dropped so much that no v 1932 auto t tg* and Christmas trees can’t even be given away. An enemy of technocracy com-plmn that some inventions have rn ic-cd man nothing but (rouble In- * lur. ng we suppose, that one about being delayed at the office. A bird ai tile hand is worth two in th" bush, but now and then you'll find r. big league baseball mogul who'll trad# even. lid i I The "It Cirl’ cf (he Am'ric&n    .rn .. ‘ .ara t;o> , i    n her husband,    Re* Luck. Transgression.    7one. The    Bell. i* ‘’-own as they arrived in    London amidst ac,,:    n of film fins    who    RofhafeJ, Pf-xy wa.*, reported rest - Spaniard, f ontractor. F.,    am mr 3 the station to gre"t them    on th-ir arri* al from    Southampton    The    inc veil today following'an addon AA Aridly Lad.    trip    mirk*    Clara'*    fir*-!    trip    abreid    arri therefore h~r flr«t per-ona' app*ar- :.oal operation Saturda* He ha.v ?*her, clo'idy; tra k. fast.    ?r"* h»fe-«    #f    her    r.',r"p',',-t    -    Hen ill for several werk.* Temperature Drop Greets New Year “Hie infant 1933 j.TOvcd to br a chilly customer when it arrived in town yesterday. In fact, the days temperature average of 2H degree* was IO below normal for the date. January I The year thus got off to a bad start, with a defficlency of ten degrees .n temperature At 8.05 o’clock yesterday morning the mercury had .sunk to a low of 17 degrees. By 3.30 in the afternoon it had struggled bark to 30 degrees, th" day'* high A* midnight it stood hovering around the 28-degree mark. Todav the official for"- c • indicated, will be fair, but there will be a. rue in temperature. The -ame v expected to be tomorrow'* w es‘her Iou transmitted to Convr Caught bet ween the he r* firing Republican emirs Democrat" af jorum- .* appar* iii Iv do zhieh leadership to foil The big Ifvxues. all ;htrh will b*- rn* f arc I Economy. This qu olved in the annual ti*' in Ai and im in *s n se, it is consid-ve veto nee of the intra finn. •t know arri B Hodge. Edward B Hodge. $1000 bail by a I^rw ship magistrate wher riding in his car, «< accident. Hodge, according to police drove his automobile into a milk wagon and Mr- Mary Hines daughter of An astronomer tells us that comets <, "d tho " big depression* in Ari- jr Vj|1 0[ rjr zona and Texas. But that still doesn’t Y*' Mid i iid* ’ explain the big one denting the rest the country. M*iion town-a girl, who wa.* , injured in an The number of millionaires in this country ls fast decreasing Maybe th# people aren’t patronizing the boot-lcggfrs like they used to Accidents around this am over th# ounande; < i tu P* in- vlvanta holiday were few, although .scores took ible lion i pply in- btl and potribly a recommendation Continued on I,ast rage FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER FORECAST N ;t ut im re hoi" hip Ann. .-(po;    h. - a heavy tumble of! th* passenger, was injured The trirI was taken to the Bryn Mawr Hospital, where her condition is said to be *e-rious. igon. I A l ID It AIDS RI I It JI DD A local woman whose ear was bitten off bv a man refused to nam# hun. Maybe he wa* just a gentleman friend. 'Hie “first" baby born rn the Chester Hospital yesterday morning will be one year old next New Years PHOENIX. Ari?.. Jan 2 -(IN8» — Supplementing the strong recommendation of th# Maricopa Grand    day and the parents probably    two or Jury that Winnie Ruth Judds sen-    three years older, terne to hang February 17. be com-    — (    muted to life imprisonment, a peti-    Several county farmers    have Fair and warmer .s th** Tot era. roi t10n was being circulated today urging    equipped their chicken coops    with clemency on the State Board of Par-    burglar alarms. Ifs so much    easier today and tomorrow in Eastern Penn- jylvanta, New Jersey, D* .aware and don*.. The father of the convicted to get a chicken into a coupe than Maryland The highest temperature here yesterday was 30, at 3.30 p. in., and the low - t was 17, at a 0.» a. rn. The average wet ten d 'gr *•,* below normal of 34 The highest temperature ever trunk murderess," Rev. H. J. Mc-Knnell, us in charge of the ;>etition ALTO Kil l > DOG A .speeding automobile struck and out of one these days. The Weather recorded here on January I was 81. in Instantly killed a dog. at Fourth and 1919. and the lowest was 4. in 1881. Wilson streets, early this morning. Sunrise today was a* 7 20 a. rn , and The driver of the car did not stop. • urn "t v ii! be st 4 47 p. rn. F i.'ern The body of the animal was removed Delaware and Maryland:    Fair    and Tend*rd tim".    by city employes.    warmer    tonight    and Tuesday. AA ARMINGTON. Jan. 7— I P! — Forecast for tonight and Tuesday; Eastern Pennsylvania, New terse", ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: January 2, 1933