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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1O8 57TH 17482 Dally Leased Wire Reports United Press UP and International News Service INS PRESID CHESTER PA THURSDAY JANUARY 51933 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day PRICE TWO CENTS CAL VIN COOLIDGE IES SUDDENL Former Presidents Lifeless Form Found in Bedroom of His Home in Northampton Mass by His Wife Upon Her Return From Shopping Trip i Each Side Estimates Losses i Report of His Passing at Age of in to Control I 3ATTJLE FRONllN CHINA NOW QUIET 60 Distinct Shock to the NationsWas Thir tieth President of the United Shanhaikwan NANKING China Jan JheChincse national governments gress Adjourns in Respect to the Former SpCaCnesedajeBJtior Leader tho occuPalion of slianhaikwan I PEIPING of j the most formidable armies in the I Orient was assured the Chinese to day when Marshal Chang Hsuchi Liang a most powerful war lord placed himself at the command of General Chiang KaiShek general issimo of Chinese armies for dealing with the Japanese Marshal Chang issued a com munique stating he would initiate no j efforts to deal with the Japanese j and that any Japanese offers must j be submitted direct to the Nanking government Chang said he would I respond to Nankings orders in the event that a settlement was sought Marshal Chang said he would con tinue to consider the Shanhaikwan affair a national emergency unless Nanking decided to treat the fighting i as a local incident The Japanese declared they in tended to retain control of Shan haikwan pending a settlement Railroad service was resumed be tween Mukden and Shanhaikwan Trains were operating on the Tinte sin line ar far as Tangshan and there was a limited service to Chm wangtao Japanese losses were announced of four officers and 15 NORTHAMPTON Mass Jan President Calvin Coolidge died suddenly at his home The today Coolidge apparently in good health went to his Main street office at about 830 a m today After about an hour and a half at work he and his secretary Harry Ross left for the Coolidge homestead The Beeches The former President was found dead on thc floor of his bedroom by Mrs Coolidge when she returned from a shopping trip at 115 p m Secretary Ross was in the house at the time but riot in the room whereMr Coolidge died Dr Edward W Brown medical time he was made city solicitor The a mirier was summoned and after i gave him much experience in examination of the body pronounced i lao death due to heart failure i bix years later he married Grace The former President had been Burlington vt a young dead 30 minutes according to physi hampton teacher So cians Calvin Coolidge a rugged wiry with a heritage of centuries behind unobtrusive had been the romance between the young lawyer and Miss knew anything marriage was an He was born on Independence pay of 1872 in Plymouth N H and his i early life was spent on his father FORMER PRESIDENT CALVIN COOLIDGE DEFAULTERS ON DEBT TARGET IN SEN4TE DEBATE Proposal to Punish Some Preference to England on Revision Ursjrcd Court Taster Says ft Was Good Wine Sitting ia court as a spectator may have unexpected compensa tions So it proved yesterday to Prosper j G Boudart a resident nt ihe Fourth Ward this city who ts a juror ui Media this week During the trial of Jules Empllt ni KssuiRton accused of violating the liquor laws it developed hat a bottle of alleged wine had not been icsiod by the county chemist Lawyers find spectators alike uere startled when Judge Greer asked for a volunteer to test the nllojircl vine Up stepped the Chester man and obliged the Court with a luIIsLed lasie Taking the witness stand the volunteer lestuiod that he believed the liquid wine And oilier spectators sighed and moistened their lips ahvady dry lnm a lone afternoon which had been featured by the exhibition of many many bottles arid jugs produced ns evidence in liquor cases Borah Says U S Must In flate Currency or Quit Gold Standard WASHINGTON Jon growing demand for r e t a 1 i i t i o n against the nations defaulting in war debt payments swept Capitol Hill to ciay in the wake of the Senates de bate of the debt problem Among proposals made to punish the defaulting nations were 1 Inflation of the American cur eney through remonetization oi sil ver which would relatively increase the turilT and leave Prance the sole goldstandard flrstclass power in ihe world 2 A legishuive ban on floatation of or public loans for any de nation 3 Preferred treatment on cleft re vision for the creditor nations which met their Dec 15 payments An expression of regret over jlie Too MlUh repudiation of Dec 15 payments by i defaulting nations VYSSCItS Delaware Coillltv The inflation plan rose in tion uitli Uic war debt problem Sen ator Borah iR of Idaho proposed inflation of the gold dollar irrespec i tivc of the nations attitude on the debts He niso proposedn world wide economic conference for ihn reduction of annamcnts lowering of tariff walls stabilization of monetary systems remonetbruion of silver abandonment of reparations and revision of war debts HIGHWAY USERS PROTEST MOT01 CHANGE I Meeting Held in P M C Armory Attended by 2500 Vehicle Owners STATE Representative Difference in Estimates of Pinchot and G O P Leaders HARRISBURG Jan A of today so pit rated i settlements Jiavccbfit the American cxpenriifure re pcoplc with the prospect ol Sa4000000 Rep Elhvood lurner Delawnrc county of greater losses He also revealed the United States House of of that farm in the mountains brought him into national 58 but made no estimate of the heart of the Green civilian dead and wounded Revised Chinese estimates placed IF number of soldiers and Meet Presidentelect at His Home in N Y prominence When Harding was nominated in There was nothing in this thc Republican ment to lead the imnrprc f qrcatness But lege Alter fg Cooiidge was sworn in by j when they attempted to rush through which the hard philosophy of a diffi by the glare of an oil light l O H ri f VH A on for a livmg became MI breach in the Great Wall opened b Farm Relief Beer Legis I a t i o n Governnicntil Economies Foremost WASHINGTON Jan TT T yi vv u LI u1 UMUCCl taUUOS rr i iu Measure ihnd Paitl France more than I Awemhy submitted a this nation received from France on lii to war debt payments since thc Armls c unlimited the entire Organization program might read Both estimates applied to the 1933 35 budgetwhich the present Legisla ture must approve TT C U b Dry States Hoover Moratorium which Outlaw Saloon Would Go to Legislatures WASHINGTON Jan u fcj iA v UCi i i r i YT i rained in him he succeeded in He reelected in 1923 and o HAJ kJll I v LJ AUCIW V V Ct 11 U IJ I ltCl Ujy T I 1 J t I i f nd became the 30th President Japanese field guns and airplanes I0rmaConsideration of the resolution proposing immediate re1 Morgans firm tice The Prance cited a is a reason for her re pudiation of the debts wui blamed on President Von Hindenburg Pin f of Germany and upon J P Morgan I Last month said Jolmon France would bo Jess after repudiating a pavi m thc onc which mcnt to the United States Vntici1 operangl But hfclicl not pated a bond payment to i Two Speakers Present Reasons for Opposition to Proposed Laws More than U500 motor vehicle own ers ot this county turned out lart mglu to register their protest against proposed changes in the motor cod which would increase their tax and place added restrictions on commer cial truckers The meeting was held in thc arm ory of Pennsylvania Military College under the auspices of thc Pennsyl vania Highway Users Conference and was in charge of William D Mason manager of the Marcus Hook plant of the Sun Oil Company who served tvs chairman Long before thc scheduled startin time of the meeting 8 oclock spacious auditorium was filled to i capacity and by the time Harold S bnertK executive director of the con ference was introduced standing room was at a premium Mr Shertz explained that the con icrcncc was not an organized group nut a medium through which motor ists are combatting the misleading propaganda being spread throughout the country by a minority group cf railroads seeking the encumbering of highway transportation to drive traffic back to the rails The sole purpose of the conference is to encourage the development of equitable basis of taxation for the use of public highways and to pre vent imposition of unduo burdens upon highway traffic he explained He recounted the history of the controversy now raging between the railroads and commercial motor ve hicle concerns stating that the na Upnwide campaign to restrict use of highways which started ttvo or three years ago is now approaching its cli max In over 40 legislatures includ ing Pennsylvania effbrts will be made at coming sessionsto drive off thr road by V taxation or un reasonable regulation a largesham of commercial vehicles on the ground n the rnilroads This state is the scene Continued on Last Pae n te with honors Until his graduation from college there is nothing to indicate that i but appeared several times in Coolidge had any political ambitions j ne lnrest of tne Hoover campaign Vvhatsocver But after his admission iii UJ i j tins Amhsrst College to gradui t confounaed politicians by declin distinction if not with high I ms Lo run another term when his jterm neared an end He had lived a J ESCAPED CONVICT i quiet life since leaving the White vr HERE right of way 000000 domestic allotment plan of peal of the 18th Amendment was Tnc of punishinfr the de Continued on Pasc farm relief bccan today in the House favorably reported today by the Sen rauItinS nationr agitated leadens A I i ate Jucliclay Sbeommklcc resolution giving the bill legislative to the State bar and the beginning of modest legal practice in Northamp WASHINGTON w While a wet blanket has been first step in a long political career The tragic death of the sturdy New Englander who less than four years ago relinquished his high office Thc resolution carried provision proposing Federal protection of dry States and giving Congress express power to outlaw thc saloon Thc resolution would be submitted vwti NFW YORK Jan Speedy nhrowri over thc activities of Bsthci j action on farm Belief and beer Icgisla i M nf fh r Court racketeers and habitues bv the i ancl governmental economics was ton Mass in the office of Hammond i 01 me death of Calvin Coolidge ordered investigation by Judge Mac the of a conference of Presi Ficld he became town struck Washingtontoday with all thc Dade into conditions in the district i and Congrcs i force of a paralyzing thunderclap a Pronounced scare was thrown into siolial here today the residents of this area last night T Democratic ouumn me rrprm when a large detail of police invaded by sPeaker John N Garner who i Question to leijislaturcs of the States the court in search of an escaped comes vice Prcsident March 4 when ff ratification This was in direct Roosevelt enters the White conflict with the platforms of both The search was led bv Warden Her wcre prepared to furnish the i PJiriies four years removed from the national capital where he spent in apparently the best of health i fljFnt of tne most notable years of his convict provided a parallel vrith the sudden llfe Hle lormsr President was still death of his predecessor Warren G much Plarding who died in cisco hotel while his wife to him and after physicians lieved he had passed a It was upon the death that Coolidpe then Vice to State legislatures for ratification The subcommittee of which Scna tor Elaine R of Wisconsin is chnir Democratic Congressmen were man voted first to submit the repeal assumed office The oath it was re called today given to him in a lamplit room of an old farmhouse President Hoover was at lunch Secretary of State Stimson at Woodin the because The prison officials received in anci cs Barrett the latter president of Pfrty declaration Blainc Kane Assumes Duties as President at M ce ti n g Las t N i gli t presence of fnorc than 150 Mudlng members of the Club their wives n inrtre proup of Pikr Kiwanis Club Hnrry had eJIlciently served secrcUiry of for the 000000 Turnor speaking for thc Organi zation itemized the savings tobb ef fected in the starting point of economy He went further than that lor he introduced bills into the House to make his effective These bills struck at the state exec utive departments which arc the governors control Pinchot told the Legislature the departments should not be disturbed for they were ovorworked now The prfjixniKations economy sched ule started vvitli reductions vin salnrlor lor dcpartmnnUU executives and dep uties rind with the elimination of mruiy salaried commissions which also are responsible to the Chief Executive Thc county Icgislntor in announcing thc program said the reductions wore bused on the study of state fiscal matters made by the Sterling committee authorized by the 1931 Legislature by his late justice of the White House when the after his peace s rise in first pubic post He was to a number of offices and them Hoover HOOXei i formation that a Negro whb the Union Blaine announced thc subconmitj j a few days ago from the Graterford Rooscvolt determined that at least report would be laid before thc CIUU 1J3J ln l niRhl Other oi Wfts in They both arose with tions of dismay and exclama to the wil1 made upon his new i ful Judiciary committee Monday j hopfi lo rcpotcfj tllp Senate Monday said Elaine There oJIiccrs nnd directors nlso nyunied charge of their duties The men tiny was held at the Chcsier Club 5ii Welsh street h entered State politics when was elected to the State Senate his four y he spent Coolidge the ton and i the not confirmation White House became HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press United Press He summoned BOY WANDERER DETAINED B mca of Representatives of States of America in He will impress upon the ftwo thirds of a beer bill leaders thc necessity of applyin axe to Federal appropriations the all There is too much government rr said in calling tor elimina niany depjirt mental ancl buccruj chiefs and for abolition of many commissions The aeronautics commission and the greater Pennsylvania Council were by the 1D32 special ses sion which took away their appropria tions but Turners move is thc first legislative attack on the Board of upon birlhday anniveri Picture Censors ancl thc i by Pnu Palmer hose honored stflLc Athletic Commission each bcinK Dr JtWipPh pChermol William concurring that the followi F0Dflchanly and Prnf Kerr Severn l informal humorous events IN WATER MAIN EmcrBcncy crcwsToT the Chester Water Service Company have been engaged the past day or so repair ing n leak in a broken main under the tracks of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad crossing and thc trolley car tracks of the Southern Pennsylvania fraction Company at Twelfth street rnc Eclgmont avenue The break occurred ia a main sev uni loot below the surface of the roachvay and hrw been difficult to reach as it has necessitated the re moval of a vast amount of the cross ing surface timbers and the under ymg substances of roadbed The leak is n swift flowing one and con stnnt pumping by a gasoline engine required to make it possible to carry on thpjworkof excavation BALMY Roosevelt looks Leader Watson to the rostrum Senate Majority A smutcovered boy himself as John Prls v who identified i Joscph T Robinson lskv 37 of th f5 Garner and Sch of Arkan approximate amendment is hereby proposed to f the Constitution of the United States y a of member proved fen which shall be valid to ail intents and i tlres A fomic figure mnde from Word of Mr Coolidges death was 2800 block Almond street Philadc2BUrCS Lne treasury deficit so that HO latures of vcretiblrs presented to the by Paul to President Hoover while he i Phia is being held bv police DendVncrne can SuaRft thc extent of his sus was at the White House proper for an investigation He was arrested qi i eestions on budget balancing empha i a T i 1 JEFFERSON PARK SCRATCHES Weather eloudy track fast luncheon He had left the Executive i offices shortly after 1 p m i Piirric sizing the inactvisability of accom lhe The eighteenth article of amend ment of the Constitution of the A McCndden Thc also put on and organ group The springlike weather yesterday nirernoon attracted great numbers of outdoor enthusiasts to Chester Park whore the paths and drives offered a natural setting for invigorating walks The customary group who gather at the creek side m the summer months to wash their automobiles in the clear water were also in evidence in large numbers yesterday and upon lie open plateau a group of youthful sport enthusiasts were so smitten with the misplaced spring feeling in the nuthat they engaged in a baseball lopnesof Ti Curtis took the sheet on which the avenue son L Korris HUl and Fdmnnrl i rt u r LIJU JIIK CI VlSrlDi TV HI v ti t tfi i Wcrc Tried j information was delivered and without i the Senate per j had transpired Hn i Logue was attracted by the pitiful Uv knowing what appearance of the lad who vras col C d forward members who were t t i l wrote beneath the i lecting cigarette stumps from the V tv T wac t 5uttcrR rie tolri the officer he I was greatly shocked at the news an orphan and that he left homr i tf of the oeath of former President j seeking work He the first food C ma Hufr Chas Clarke War Title i typewritten words the following Nat Weiss Purlie MufT Carlino Potfull Noncniccr Transmit svvH ai M Jrnr n Axenhy Onc Lonff Hop Coonage His passing will bs mourned 24 hours after hisaWbsc at th Cv i r rt rcctled that Roosevelt be Dance Buster B Well Bei b the Peoples of thc world pcnse of Patrolman Tnt j heves there should be a check on un nff haved Zckiel Gallop Along Viri Hc was a strong man and had thc The taov ffinia O Tarpon confidence of the people j burg on a freight train and hisap rrp i pcarance in police court would lead urv one to believe he slept on a coal H rrruC firio aspects of the domestic allotment scheme with former Supreme Court Justice Samuel 1 Von Sion Jane cnse o restricted bus operation and also Tor those trucks engaged The Eighteenth Amenri of Having Attacked Leader of Orchestra i A speaker here advocated buying Lhrngs made in America But those who have acquired a taste for Cana dian liquor vill probably pay no heed to thc request to the Wars End Mastman Hoos7e7Bov WASHINGTON Jan he Senate cmmrrce VVitharral Homchrcd Good Faith Upheaval Quarfir Deck Mount Vcrnon Duchess of York Hal Rifcy None adjourned for the late former PrSdcn i laden g0ndola whose death was announced Majority Leader Watson in violation of the laws thereof Is hereby prohibited Section 2 Congress Khali concurrent power to regulate or prc hibit the sale of intoxicating i at and in the national body iJHj injj Hr d cited for attendance Harry Kane for rriit D m have Uhe mcommj president has a record countys vounc n proof even years of perfect attendance SS S A Command Wyandotte FYrVara i S Calvin Coolidgc BUILooncy Bear Toltec Blow Fly Lawful Gamble Water port Kavc Dental Cream Jeanne Wachs Yarrow Santcmo Mad Play Curtsey Declared Off at luncheon today Ike Hoover for forty years chief at the White House carried the the President based on AT AGUA CAOEXTE Miner Macac Las Gazos Tc The President was lunching with Secretary of State Stimson when the chief tfshcr brought the word to him PAIR AND WEATHER POR AREA IeUff scvcral days ago o and tonight in Eastern Pennsylvania f Jan 19 New Jersey Delaware and other matte discussed teSav ulSlo VncluTed dltaill of his o tnvi rm XT rrtf i t VJ WJ aveage of ol was ejgnteen degrees j wnose fv0 w to be drunk sold Senator Borah R of Idaho noted joined in the favorable Rev Weaver also presented the an nual report of the secretary The rc Four youth charged with attack ing Alfred G Sloan of Chester pike Glenolden were acquitted ycstrrdny a jury which heard the case be fore Judge W Roper Fronofield at i Media j Of thwe The jurys decision a victory mond one of the tiorneys who rep three of the defendants in his first jury triil Thc dofendsmts were Harold Rob crts of Sharon Hill a local REPORTED MISSING tk rl Ga served the tion in rhe Senate and undoubtedly will fight It Senators Walsh tD of Montana KinleyPnrk Darby township all rep resented by Attorney Desmond and A JjJdffc has ordered things in Bethel Court cleaned up They should urst hire an army of paint removers Upper Darby cops who received two ten per cent salary cuts have little kick coming Theyre still getting more than our local bobbies If they could salvage and repair that French liner Atlantique thev should rcchristen it War Debt it will be a long time before it comes across s southern f Spnto to the niort fAr m contmi xt month ffivcnby relatives Mrs Ellen Wilson 507 East Sev Horn 22 nf Glenoldcn rcp cnth street this morning appealed rfDented by Attorney Michael S to police to institute a search for RfP ihor husband 29 who vmi rhe according to Sloan last Tuesday No him nr he left a GJcnoIden continued absence can early on the morning of chief tfshcr brought the word to him above normal for the date and jJl and both rose from the table with degrees above the average for exclamations of dismay i January 4 last year Maximum tcm Dreamer Captain Danger Bv hls Wire Florida Gold Inca Roval firmation Carlaris M Sun K Golden Sport Hallock Disc Manora Shot Bane Fair Orb VVcaJhcr clairtrack fast The President immediately went to i perature for the date is 66 telephoned for conj Hshed in 1874 and minimum 2 in j U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Jan DP The Treasury net balance for Jan 3 was Expenditures that day were Customs re 1918 Sunrise today was at 723 am and sunset will be at 450 p m Eastern Standard time When he left Scptornbcr U last Sloan who was 1 weighs about ISO pounds HELD AS SUSPECT TRAFFIC MARK Horn said he and Sloan en BUREAU COVER AFIRE Traffic regulating markings on thc i A fire smouJdrrinc g Drive in Deshong Park vere bureau in T bpdroom Deshon repainted by park employes afternoon without the necessity oi closing thp drive as had been done ccipts Tor the month through Jan 3 wen S 123303687 formerly The accomplished Pinchot to the Delavre i ime The new method Bounty Emergency Relief Board u ted the movement traffic home at 2413 West Fourth street yes terday afternoon was extinguished by members of rhc chemical crew of the Fclton Fire Company No 3 who responded to a local alarm The in cJpicofc blaze was believed started by the dropping of a lighted cigarette dropping from an ash receiver onto the linen cover of the bureau Continued on Last Pafro John Sweeney 24 of Seventh and BURIED Barclay streets was arrested here at 3 a m today on suspicion ofhigh Mollic RevelNew York actress to TK i jay buried in Philadelphia where way robbery The suspect was taken into custody by Sergeant Peterson and Patrolman Matern at the request of Sharon Hill police who say he answers the description of a man who has figured in several county snrlriitv Oklahoma sanitary smashed 18549 cracked dishes they found in eating places in tho Its things lito that that pharmacists mad Just about the time most of us getting to fathom this daylight sav ing racket along comes this thins called technocracy A representative advocates the re turn to the twocent postage rate By this time the postal authorities realize thrtt the threecent experiment has been licked plenty The Weather she made her debut as a stock player 53 years ago She died at the age of 84 and had been in retirement for the past 18 years The actress who died in New York was born in Stratford onAvon England WASHINGTON Jan Forecast for eastern Pennsylvania to night and Friday colder lonijrht and warmer Friday Wcstrrn Pennsylvania Fair to night and Friday somewhat colder in cxrcmc oast portions tonight warmer Friday   

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