Chester Times, January 9, 1933

Chester Times

January 09, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE .NKI I* A I I) CIKCtCATION FOH Sl\ MOS I HS KS DING SI Pl FVI BER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH YFAR—NO. 17.185. Dill? Le.*.'*<! Wirt Report* pf United Tre«.« (UP) end International New* Service .INS! (ll HST KR, PA.. .MONDAY. JANI ARY !». PAT! PRICK, TWO CENTS C. OF C. COMMITTEE ASKS $50,000 CUTIN 1933 CITY BUDGET Slashing of Salaries, Elimination of Certain Offices Recommended by Citizens, Who Stressed Need for Economy in All Departments This Year Police Changes Outlined Sale of Autos. Horses Asked Building Inspector and Others Held Unnecessary Warning en Income Given MYSTERY MURDER ENDS PARK TRYST I ■ P CNI I v 1/ * r 4 - j i Salary Cuts, Elimination of Certain Offices Proposed Some of the important recommendation? of the Chamber of Commerce Taxpayers Committee to Chester City Council are as follows. Further salary cut? for city employes. Elimination of temporary clerk three others. Install postage meter, with all departmental mail under one supervisee Cut city treasurer’s salary from ll OOO to 1100, Study new method of tax bill distribution. Special tax discount proposal disapproved Reduce captain of detectives to rank of sergeant Reduce two other sergeants to detective and patrolman Place three policemen on pension. Sell two horses, also *hree automobiles in police department No new uniforms this rear. Eliminate *ooo item for automobile upkeep for sealer of weights and measures Eliminate milk Inspector, two sanitary Inspector* hutw ne in-rector Meat inspector should be placed on too' City parage mechanic eliminated Raws? VI (too inking iii,i< r iii I .tim,omit Path. Philadelnhia. not tai from Memorial Hall, guards found the hod) of Hose Mr! loskey, I'*, who had been attacked and beaten to death, ''hr had gone to the park to meet Dennis Rnvle, IS. who was found wandering along the street in a semi conscious eon ditinn after a sec ere heating. \ patrolman is shown guarding the spot where (he girls bod) was found. Jealous) was considered a pus slide nmihe for the slaving of Rose M<f loskev (above!, whose had!) battered hod) was found in lair mount Dark, Conferring with members of Cif) cordial relations extended at various Council the members of the Com- meeting* with the members of roun- mitree on City Government of the ^r,thrrT°rr in m*kl,1K snmr . ,    _    _.    .    , „ necessary and hasty research work Delaware County Chamber of Com- our rommlffrp received excellent cornerer, presented a lengthy list of operation from all official* and em* recommendations and suggestions ployea. with regard for the 1933 budget.    11J* thp cl»a*e« of business making JOSEPH (ZEKA! AGAIN CONVICTED BY JURY AT MEDIA Chester Township Justice fit' Peace, .‘I ( onstahlcs, Await Sentence New Trial fin Conspiracy TWO ( AILS DAM VOI D; SJ|>|;\U|/|J T\I liftT TWO MKN IYH KKD * Co A I. Ii i.lLiml HAS COMMITTEES OF HOUSE KEADY Two cars were badly damaged and two men were said to have sn tined injuries in an automobile collision at Twelfth and Potter streets, at 6 p. in Saturday 'The automobiles were driven in Clarence Welsh. Tin l i t J irtc< nth street, who was traveling w st on Twelfth street, and Charlo* R Yourn 715 Edgmont avenue Ute wen aid to have b« en injured wet** George I Welsh and Marvin Wooten who''' addresses were not learned bv join - ho invest ic*ted 11 * I STH AMENDMENT REPEAL FAVORED BY SENATE GROPP Resolution Reported to Pp-per llotiso; Must Re Ratified in 7 N ears (Joes to Legislatures. Recommended ID to I; Runs Saloon Return j WASHING TON Jan 9 INS) j The Blame resolution, calling for im mediate repeal of the 19th Amend mrm while protecting drv ■dates wa favorably reported hv the Benab J judiciary committee today The resolution provided for filii! (cation of legislatures within se vet Keats, ll would repeal the I Bt I Amendment, plate a Federal ban ot importation of intoxicating liquor.' dry state and authorize emigres to enact legislation, prohibition a re turn of Ute saloon ’There was considerable discus sot >\ cr t he met iii>d cl i it hit at ion but th' legislature plan was adopted final!) because it would be far less expensive than ratification bv s{>rctnl state con \( ut ions 'lite two major party plat' forma called for the convention syj, tem It was the first time since prohtbt tkm was written into the Const it ut lot that any committee of the SenaU favorably reported a measure attacking it In the pa t. every wet measure has been defeated In the committee. The dud i* commend' t WO \ TWO THUM) W AIM) STOK KS IU KUK AIMZKI) City detectives are probing two re-jvu red robberies in Third Ward store last week under the belief that the same gang Is responsible for the series of thefts which have centred periodically* Saturday, iTe Union Clothing store, Third aud Market streets, reported 25 to 30 suits missing, after entrance had been gamed by the intruders through a rear window. The thieves pulled down tile window after their escape and the discovery was no* made until later in the morning, I ast week thieves also visited the * ae of Harry M. McCoy, 525 Market streets, gaining entrance through a hatred tear window'. Neckties, shirts, a im ’a1 scale and several other ar- f. OFC.OFFERS AII) IN SOLUTION OF P. 0. SITE DELAY Times Suggestion for ( on-fercnce of Owners and I . S. Stressed Government Already I Anikin* for Other Site for Building: I KCI Assignments to Re Announced Tonight When Session Resume* i .    ..    in    lured men    disappear'd Tie p and Extort ion ( Marcos, jlr, {U.IV, d. up the membership of the Delaware ^ OncllldeH Saturday I ast month the rouncilmen pre-    County Chamber of Commerce that jnred a budget for 1933 which shaved    support In no small measure the gov- £1.13.943.27 from the departmental re-    eminent of the city of Cheater quests. On an assessment of $71.-    Therefore, the committee feels that it 016.497, with a ll1* mill tate. the    has the fundamental right as repre- councilmen figured an income of    .tentative* of the chamber to make a *816 689 71. of which $181.748 80 was    study of the fiscal situation and to    of    Eddystone,    were    again    convicted of charged off to uncollected taxes and    make known its findings to your bod)    conspiracy    extortion    and    malfeasance penalties.    as a voice Of the Delaware County in office after the mn deliberated (; rouD Sought    Permission rn    $49 44.i 33 in    excess    of receipts the membership.    «»..    noukiii    i    i    inn    Mini «w rep* ii bi whereupon council slashed the budget to    the amount    stated    above. Now Magistrate Joseph H. Czeknv. of Chester township; Constable Frank Platt, of Ridley township, Constable Shirley O’Brien and William Servos.- INTERVENTION BY TAXPAYERS DENIED BY COURT Senate Group Visit to Re Named; Leu LIM i\r .lob* to Be Portioned on] Jones *’& a creasing pc , hit ions 'The vote absent The vote mgs, Hebe Astmrst Dill, Bt not. No Chairman committee, which peal* was composted same Senators, who ago, approved the* ’ law drastically in -• for liquor law v loin to 4 with three * was Aves Blaine. Hasf-<rt Austin < Republicans), Walsh Montana'. King. on and Neelv (Democrats*, No! i i) Robinson HARRISBURG, Republican I .egis ady today the av tors to 40 Hon) Y , J ill five lee inment; aid 3 mmittees, ll handle x reform. eluding th e widely cc mctmy, blur ion, highwi < UP1 had leglS-eriatc chich crsial j rev!-j 1 drv 'Indiana), Schuyler * Republicans*, and Black <Democrat). ’I Iv icsoluticai after reciting that the amendment shall be valid "when I niitiniird co I .»»! Puf 'SKS CDR CDR Alit, T NLN GBTS ll LA RINA J I ast Friday the Chester Times were taken, then thrown away printed a front page editorial which e rear of the Doubet store called to the attention of the residents of Chester the fact that, the sum of $11,000 stood between the city securing an ornate Federal building from the government and emphasized the fact that some action wa* necessary. The $11000 was the amount in excess of the $230 OOO total the government will pav for a post office site at Fifth street and Edgmont avenue and the SHOMO would be wtiwd out lf the owners reduced their prices, paving thr way to a solution of thr purchase The Times editorial stressed the Importance of these owners getting together, In a matter of civic progress, and adjust their prices. 'I he Chester Times, following publication of the editorial, wa* soundly congratulated for Ifs progressiveness in bringing this matter to the attention of the citizens, telephone and personal messages arriving at this office, It was the thought of the Time* that if the citizen* of Chester are be sentenced lntPrTS,',d In getting their new gov-nnmrnt budding that they would immediately ask for a conference with the property owner* and a government agent, to see if a way could not be found to meet the government s prtre Otherwise there will tie a long delay before the building i* started and It may l>e postponed indefinitely. The Time* ha* been Informed that agent* of the Treasury Department ate now considering other site* of- nearby Pollee believe the thieves v)cte Brr nothing btu cash A .strict watch is being kept on the husinrvs cc!Ain with the hope of apprehending the thieved. PI.KADS (ii TI.TY TO MITO CHARGK Man Who Shot Dauirhler-in-Law Will lie Sen-(en ceti I ritla> I’ isquale Ginoechio, on trial before I J rive Rav Sherw >d, at Media, this morning, for the slaving of his daughtcr-ili-law Esther, 29 years old. in the Oinocehto home, 1132 Thomas street, this city. Thanksgiving j Pav pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree and wi Friday. Continued on l ast Page KHIM KH I, ADDRESS HY KOCAK ATTORNEY n-1 A retu-n to things spiritual and a more charitable attitude towards ones fellowman *re two funda-tm ntalx that will play a prominent day. The four men went on trial Friday, accused of attempting to Shakedown” Frank D Amato. Middletown in the iou g( neral Delinquencies to Rise the Chamber of Commerce commit- The committee views with some tee asks $50 000 more slashed from    consternation the stability of the tm- tnwmshiD farmer "when    the"Vaid7d    his the budget or slightly over ii pc:    mediate future Economic conditione    nsnip r*rmpr    wnen    tney    raiaea    nu rent. of the total operating expend)- tor th. n ?.e not a bd aas in .it. (urea that make up the 1933 budget    and it is generally agreed bv rennin addition, the committee lists a    omists of repute that only slight im- number of suggestions concerning    provement v.ill take place. Also, do salaries and the elimination of certain    not lose sight of the fact that in- offices, in order that thousands of    numerable taxpayers have depleted dollars will be saved,    their savings due to unemployment vnrrn_n T The committee warns that delin-    anrl financial reverses. Tile lonr to Aid in Collection on Kamsei Surety Bond A tempest in a tea)M>t was stirred issembty.    up in Upper Darby* Baturday between I.* gi .ator* eagerly sought to learn a traffic polit email and a woman o what posts th* had been appointed driver, caused by the action of an ta rm on he Knowlton ronri, en August 4 and >ei/ed more than IOO barrels of high-grade liquor. The.) were tried and convicted in October and were granted a new trial by Judge Alhet' Dutton Mix Dade. rile •'■cond trial was before Judge Boose, of Somerset, and Will Bt* till en Privilege Should ( ount> Officials Make No Progress during the week-end conferences of the organization chief!) in control. The lists ti public tonight when the its second week. ?»osnt who left the scene int ch, ‘OIll ti qu'ncM »    «nd    to    provld,    >    |    °! K^TS.t^jas’sss r.;vif,r^sscriin.”o.n'r rz,£mt *my "tor"on-m"- a    .... j   *.. a < ...  .j    an-#4    #•*#    ;    *    *    It-SII I IU f. oe mads to provide an entering wedge dreds. and more noticeable of late for leeway bv reducing total expenditures below those already presented in the 1933 budget ’ Stressing salary cuts, the committee report empha ized that thp city employes have had .Mire jobs." no ho: time, have had th°ir salaries increased during the last two year through the purchasing power of th1 dollar, and have bren much octte. treated bv circumstances than th average worker ’The ritv employes trust share the burden,” says the report. The committee’s report, as handed to Council, follows January 6 1933. To Honorable Wm Ward. Jr Mayor. and Members of Council, Chester, Pennsylvania. Gentlemen: The Committee on City Government, of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, respectful!) submit; mort ha. Our growing list of chant able cases bespeak this truth. Idle men walk our streets Unused cars rest upon the sidings. Incoming mails bring no orders. Properties lie vacant and many are being foreclosed People are digging down in then {wa gets for community funds. Many are privately helping their relative and friends Taxpayers everywhere are drawing upon their dwindling reserves and exhausting their credit They are reaching the end of the passage. This significant straw which shows the direction of the wind should be viewed with no little concern. It is a known fact that vour revenue estimate for 1932 was short Iv I15S.OOO OO It will not surprise *he committee if the revenue for 1933 fall* a* high as £100,000 no short of r*-peetation.* Delinquencies will doubtless take a harp upward turn To safeguard the city’s credit and to ai of lier conspiracy and mitt havtou: in "ft ce and ad .rd not guilty of bribery and blackmail lit.. i <    wa*    it    md * of two additional charges of extortion malfeasance and misbehaviour in of- chest' imj cast, Interest In speculation as to Governor Pinched * hi* budget mcvn Broomall, Saturday, the Court re- governor ha* prom fused lo grant the petition of Attor- budget hips be toa de ion starts angas in ere fore- had precipitate W At a hearing held before Judge;-Renter Fronefirld ,Hnd John M flees vied with what economies ll recommend in ■ Tuesday. Tile cd a $158,000 OOO $34 MOO OOO less one. Hts mrs age I* experts Hie .av outer motorist wit bout k no win a mix-up. Mn J- Gibson I ‘ idv. of f’pringlon Manor Apa rtmenta, Upper Darby had parsed Jut eat* at the end of « row of r> t I.i"" on Copley road and was abnu to bae! her auto out v hen soothe: mot ort.-'t Mopped his machine tore to make n pur- for your grave considerationn its rer- avold a deficit, every effort should b* ommendation* and suggestion) with made bv '.our body to provide an en-regard to the budget for the city of tennc wedge for leeway bv reducin; Chester for the year 1933. Briefly, our recommendation for further reduction of your proposed budget aggregate.0 $30,000 OO. or lightly over ll - of the total operating expenditures that make up your budget. The mere fact that about 47 of the total budget eon titulr' deb? charges, our work had to be confined to the other 53%. including about 11% In mandatory salaries Also. this additional reduction pius cfh OOO! an Item allowed foi a 5% dis- total expenditures below those already presented in your budget for Continued on Fast Page PLANE FALL KILLS BHIDE OF 2 WEEKS Wife of Christy Mathew-Min, Jr., Dear! in Shanghai; Ho Mav Recover flee, arising out of two cases he tried and failed to record In his docket. Judge Boose stated that he did not wish to pas sentence until a mem be i of the local bench wa - present. B~n-tence will, in all probability, be p.t- d this week. end iii th'* meant im* th* defendants are at liberty under bail. The trial continued all day Saturday. setting a pit dent in court procedure. Following addresses to the Jury bv E. Leroy Van Roden, representing Czekay; How aid Kirk, attorney for the other three defendants and Assistant    Attorn) William Kraft, Jr., Judge Boort Continued on Rage l inen MAIN I S HOOK STORK SC KNL DK ROBBE RY Seven cents was the total of th* lqot obtained by burglars who forced entrance to th** store of C. L. Morn a houselurn. lung dealei at Marcus Hook either late Saturday hight or early yesterday morning Entrance was gained to the place bv "Jimmying” open the front door Once inside, the burglars corned every desk in the s'orr In one the-, found a small box. in which postage tamps are kept. from which they took six cents From the ra)h register, rhev took onr rent The robbery was discovered bv Mr. Morris last night when he went to the store to switch on a light tha' burns a1! night The burglars did ncv James I,.    Rankin,    that a rom-    than 'he    current nutter of ten taxpayer*    lie {lermitted    will    show    where ii to ’intervene    in action to cohert    mg-    to be    effected on    the surety    bond    of    William    T    Rut    toda. the committee a.-sign- Ramsey, former    tax    collector    of    mmts    were foremost They will be announced bv Speaker Grover C. no final de-    Talbot    of tile House and Sen. James atter tor at Boyd president pro tem of the Sen-tlie county    ate Judge Fronefirld made cision. continuing the n least three weeks If then pfessed rely, Mi of again authorities have not judgment against the Rankin has the pnvil* presenting his petition Mr. Rankin asked for the granting of the petition on the grounds that sufficient lime has r!a{w<d to permit fiction by the count v solicitor On the other hand, Count . Solicitor Albert J. William infoiined the' Court he was still awaiting the result. of a lengthy a Kilt undertaken 1 bv 'he Aetna Casualty and Surety , Company from which lie hopes that the county may roller* a portion of the fund’ tm, appropriated bv Ramsey. which total nearly $240,000 Ram.-cv, former mayor of Chestei and former county commissioner, pleaded guilty to the charges against him and is serving a term of five to Continued on l.asl Page III the com mil ti II* the mote important the Ways and Mean? I on!inned on I ast i'age I •ROS I * KC T KARK M \N FATALLY STRM KFN Stricken with a heart attack while waiting for a Darby trolley ear a’ Fifth and WVlsh streets, .Saturday evening Ernest F Bean OO of 137 Chestei {uke. Prospect Pink died while being removed Lo the Chester Ho pit a I. The man w.ts seen te fall by Everett Bower, 227 West Fifth st! et and J and ran into chaw*. Mr I-eidv en lied Julius I *«*1, a traffic patrolman, to aid her in getting nut, by getting the stranger to move I el counseled patience hut Mr* Leldv. It was reported, musted the blocking ear be moved and in the ensuing argument, I el ' corf cd Mrs Cody I)'* fore Magistrate Reinhart, Who Im {wised co t* of $4 Ang« red. Mrs. Didy demanded to know why she was not fined and Reinhart obliged wit Ii a $10 order Magi,strate Reinhart then order'd bet to the detent iou room tot women until the money was paid A call to Judy-MacDade soon straightened out mutters and Mi    I ar lei    'turned to hei apartment, after Reinhart remitted the fine and eijsts KA IR ST VGK KIGHT; Will; IS MNKD According to the evidence presented, the shooting which caused the death of the young woman, terminated an argument Ire!ween the two, growing out of die list of guest* invited to partake of the Thanksgiving Day dinner by Mrs Ginoechio. T homas Savage, half-brother of the woman testified ha w.ts in hi* room at the Thomas street house when he heard the pair signing and then the rejKU’fa of several revolver shot*, Ile -aid he made his wav from the house by climbing through a second story window to a shed roof, and that he then not (fled neighbor*. Philip Limon two. lite husband, a bus driver, testified that he had left Ills home a stout time before t fatal shooting and was unaware of the tragedy until notified at ills place of employment,    _    _________ Detective Captain O. J Feeney |fde in the return of the nations to after ruing that three bullet wound*, j normalcy, So spoke Attorney John in Mrs Ginoechio * head had caused I J- Btetwr, w ho addressed the mem-death told of the arrest of the slavei • i*era of the Holy Name Society of St. and of the latter * making a confe*. Robert's Church, at their monthly ion    J    meeting, held last evening in the The prosecution of the case was In ' hurch auditorium. Twenty-first and charge of Assistant District Attorney 1 Potter street* Clement J J Mi Go? et ti The dc-1    1 hf> peakrr blamed greed and fendant'.s attorney? w»te John J selfishness for the greater part of Stet' cr and Lloyd Goman.    j!h" 111,5 nf ,lM* world and declared that more character building organ> WARMER WEATHER organization? and riub* similar to TD LOI.LOW RAIN the Chester Bovs’ Club are needed today, the pea, cr was Introduced hr Rain Is forecast for today In Eastern Harry A H.vnea. chairman of the Pennsylvania. New Jersey. Delaware entertainment committee He also and Maryland It. will be slightly announced that h meeting of the warmer In New Jersey and Delaware committee on arrangements for the Fa lr the forecast for tomorrow. banquet to be tendered the St Rob-I he highest t emp' i (* I tire here yes* ci t * High School football team Will teiMuv was 24 degrees, at 2 p rn., and tie held tonight in the parish build-the low** t was 35, at 8 30 a rn The toe Al! reservations for the dinner .aerage w . five d«giee,«> above nor-    he made before next Friday mal of 33 The highest temperatuie evening. t. 'I lie    ■ nu Jan .al 8 V •    K    VI \ I I I I It I    MV I    IM R /Mil *    uv 1    ■ 11M;:    NEW    YORK, Jan 1»--<UP)~The Sunn - today was at 7 23 a rn aud minor Hie aboard the liner France at sense) 'ill hi af 4 ,4 p. rn, Eastern Fe Havre yr friday was confined to Standard    time.    electric    wiring and    piping    in a cabin „ ... .    ,    ...    4    *.    I'd <    fit,, bed in fi e minute* I lh Mf H    LAIS I    LA    N    ho    i?    'tun It mg the woodwork, it ionium V LMI Ii GIC    ll")    »d heir today bv II 1)11,1810 .> r,    iv    JI Mici Air %    Hi" man geneial manager I of the pa.*-enger department, French line. Bt v ie Harris. 29. Negro, 1521 ( '.ll I'M .-'Ut, V if t ti' <i $1') it 11»1 Costa ,n police court Lodi* wlcu arraigned ] opicsof Times on charges ot ult and battery. Blanche, of Crum Lynne They ran to Her hu*hand, William, who wa ar-his aid and when they were unable to rested wi»h her a/id who »• head was tevive him they took hun to th'* hopi!,al. but he w;i* ti* "I upon art,.a there. PLYMOUTH FOLK TRIO OF BANDITS HONOR (OOI,HICK KOIlSDIiLtiSTOIiKS count which our committee recommend* disallowed, is equivalent to a reduction of over eight-tenths of a mill in the tax rate. *Our compilation of changes appear in an accompanying table * Before entering upon the discussion of budgetary considerations, this romance that led pretty Margaret of'7mateur7''wait'Dotted to Mar^u committee begs leave to say that v Phillips, 23. of Philadelphia. 9000 JJ    p    u would be ungenerous not to record miles over land and sea to China to    p    ’ appreciation of the indefatigable rf wed Christy Malhewson, Jr. fort and admirable spirit with which They were married on Christmas the director of accounts and finance Eve in Shanghai. Christy, son of the Hon. John J. Luttrell, has met this famous New York Giants pitcher, onerous undertaking of compiling a took Iii* bride on her first flight proposed budget for 1933. and th* Saturday afternoon. Shanghai tim* Memorial Sen ices Heir! in ( hurch Kx-Kresidcnt Attended as a Boy Lake (’ontents of Registers and Behew* ( listtimers of Their ( ash swathed in bandages, v a discharged, I The couple was arrested yesterday morning worn found staging a private war at Ninth \ireit and tantra! avenue Several pa-sal*-by who attempt'd to intervene as peace maker ere al o at’ .irked by the infuriated woman, pro ire testified Louise Cl aig Negro, of East Fourteenth tr*e', who was arrested on the t eel ut j. 11 charge of 'suspicion, after iz eppiKd at the Chester Ho;.-p it a <: i;.''. .' 'eld,a, for 'ab wound of the bre i t    * «■ ducharged lins , morning when the revealed the name of her a *ailant, her brother-in-law. PLYMOUTH. Vt Jan. 9 Hie TYrarh hart mo on »>nj *nXa« 'n •),„ not alfffnvpt to op^ji the safe The neighbor,), friends and country folk -ii fu.P ,.*n nd..    h7    robbcrv. which looked like the work of Calvin Coolidge .* nav.e Vermont who stood aside Satin day while the IYH HIFS KATA I. TO ACCIDKNT VICTIM HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt I nited Pr^n^i Three young men in formal eve mug attire and siaaging precise and I cultured English, invaded the drug1 store of James Frazer, in the 4001 nation and his family paid their last block, West Chester p;kf Lianerch, t tributes to the dead ex-President and after ordering soda* held up gathered to honor his memory in Edward Carson 31, of Llanerch* the ■ their own fashion hen y« "-rday. clerk and departed ivith $60 hr bills }'it In the little white painted Union and .son)' .rrisli change. Church, as typically New England as The nu n entered Hie tore about th** late President who worshiped the time Cai son and Jam* Hatting there as boy and man, they listened Hi were preparing to Go * the place to a simple little memorial service for the night. WU-    A sort ting later, three other men, *    ham Forkell elated his earnest, eulogy    dressed,    entered    the    drug    store Ninth with the simple words    r>1 John Monde]!, at M r hall and Burmont roads, Upper Darby, while the fourth sat in a ear with the - GI N TD I KR II KLD LDR A BLARING Arraigned on 'barge,* of disorderly undue? and violation of the Wit kin th** Roosevelt cabinet Nicholas Ma kins, of 1503 Provi-Shortly after the take-off. the motor    den* e avenue, died at 6 15 o’clock    last faltered and the craft no.>e-dived and _______ __....    .... crashed into a river bank.    evening, in the Chester Hospital, from    an(j ^qmteiy out    as    the    Rev Mrs. Ma thew son was killed in-    injorie* sustained when he stantlv. cablegrams received in Phiia-    struck by an automobile at dolphin said. Christy was detailed    p*ottrr    strf.Pts    on    the    morning    "Here    he    was    born    and    here    his as an aviation instructor in a school    rr December 33    *    bodv rest*. at Shanghai.    Th*    automobile    was    driven    by J E    The Rev. Norman Moss, of Lud- 'J'*}1* running at. the rurb As they ive Holmes, an interne at St, Vincent** lr,w'' Rrv John O l^ong. of . nrmv w„,n„vnn ,r ,nn Pf th.    Hospital, New York City. who    was    Proctorsville    and    the    Rev.    Mr. For- /-arna b,t - Mira, (Merit Trice Beau \\tai k Chiron. Wild I Mid, Buster B    hed a’ Lunghua, killing his bride *Mrr    been    given a nomination* came to tf.jf hearing in police court after the ar-    Clarence Blanchard, who played jet which prohibits 11 se* chi lying of without un official permit, l/OUi.s Carter, 27, Negro, of the 4<X) bioek Union street, was held for a contin tied h*.iring nv Magistrate Tliouia* O' Beiry in jmjJu•»* eourt this morning. Carter was arrested by B* ig» ant WASHINGTON, Jan    9 GNK' Elaborate plan* are being made by Congressional Democrat* to ojkti af least I lo OOO government job?* to "deserving D'ino*rats in the Roosevelt    _________ M )i‘J i at ion.    Certain    person*    celebrated    Christ- Th’ • I «n ’ w;. d. "*ed today ri,ast suutdav Well a far aa Mf’ d'Mgi "d I."/ me I' :o ii -tire th- t; .......... i coner :ned, they had a party the patronage that go* : with much better one than we did. victory, but to meet the unprecedented    ... _ Their first, of the voar will he next Saturday, but it's hard to con vinca their landlord* that It wasn't nine days ago. I ood should be served before gam-a at a bridge luncheon. Eating with people you aren't speaking to doesn't promote good digestion. flip man who h de' behind a woman’s petticoat nowadays must hi" an awfully lonesome time of it up there in the attic. A local sports promoter Is talking about equipping a skating rink with tinted ice What could be more appropre'e than black and blue A bill has been introduced in Congress to create a -super cabinet to give the President and Congress advice But how to make them taice it is the question. Lambasting the United Slates ag. n George Bernard S. aw ?h§ playwright, sirs he ha defined tha HK) per cent. American as 99 Lier cent. demand for jobs caused by the economic .situation BACKS BUTLER FOB NAVY POST Governor Rim hot Sponsors Appointment of I firmer .Marine Genera! Major General Kmedlev I) Butler, of Newtown Square, retired marine offlf cr, will be urged for the post of Assistant Bn retarv of the Navy in According to a report fouling out of Harrisburg, Governor Bim hot will suggest General Butler’s name to Pre? ident-eler • Roosevelt at a conference at tin* Roosevelt home in Hyde Park. New York. General But let I* a Progrc ive Republican and during th** last P< Orson, afer someone <U phoned pn id'ntial campaign‘early declared    "Til* AT JEFFERSON PARK SHANGHAI Jan walked to th*’ co un' they die w pistol* threatened Mond emptied two ('ash r to buy sot rid while on-1 the othersj 2 UIS. gc’tilig 2— Vagaries. K Ru**el|, Noel* Orcs*, cf two werk Don’t Touch. Wichita. Rargahald. The fraeedv occurred while Bill Sort, Wega, Kmnv Boy, couple wa '-Mil enjoying their honey-Kathrvn    M    ( 3—Gold Mint. Viola Stinson. Gideon. * ex pee ted to live ’ ha? not beer, $73, Frank Cavaghan. of 310 Burmont av nue. v. ho w in th' ‘ ce, was relieved of $10. 'l h* . overlook'd in additional SIDO in a di.twei and police station thai a fight, was in progr*-.*-* in a house in Union street and that gun play wa? feared Pe. tf i - on 'estifled that when he reached the house Carter had a 38-ea)lbr< revolver end was pursuing another Negro DARDY ROS TOK KICK SH K ACCEPTED for Roosevelt and made a number f untiniK'd on Fast cident. This morning Detective Cap- with Calvin Coolidge among the alsf) !a,ir‘q t0 f_nq $*;, in the p*/keta tarn Feenev no'ified Holmes of th* hills when t.he\ were boys together death of Makm* and instructed him conceived the ideo of a memorial of another customer, William Biown    The Trea urv Department at Wash- of 2827 Mat hall road, v ho entered ington has. accepted property for the The Nile, Little Martelle, The Bourbomon. Gold Tip. Lorraine Run On, Bud Charlton. 4—Skirl. $—Lei. Seymour, Bred s<ott,    Sa bula. Deh, Drornbo told of u oi .us Wife* rlea'h    to    atturn    here    for    the    inquest    which    service,    and    bv    rural    party-line the store while the hold-up va* in new post ort'* a? D rh on the north- WhmX    draggpd    from    tho    «•»    hF;d    “P»»    *>•«    •*"«'    '»    ">*    farm.    PwS,'    "    '    co',n'r    »'    »•“*'    ""    «•<"=• ■— *--- ---------- -•    ■    city    from    th    ,r    .>c*    a    a    .arm*    ai    a    p,Vf.    miter*    later,    three    men    nue#    It    wa    offered    by    Verlenden wrecked plane by rescuer*, his first words were "Take care of my wife." His bride, whom he married on the general call of five long ring mtuje their appear an - at tha Drexel Brother* at $27,000 and a short one, More than IOO j^ill Drug Company store, B-rrv and r* 7^he* Coo )f    Burmont avenues and ordered the,    GRANTED NUV TRIAL 6—Kentucky Moon. Bloki. Red Eel- Chn.-tma.* Eve. was the former Mar- i ff Dire* tor of Public Welfare of each* mim'^f rn ^ urn poi'. I    ,.,P    .    $7o'in cash ' V.’ Biown Nitro convicted kid- low, f iceronese. \ oltesta. ( oplev ga re' Phillips, of Philadelphia    Phiiadelphi v'.vi be the , ct word? f I prs. e and pi a for :•    ’    ,1    .t'.V    ,,,    •’    ..    .,j, .*^*ter    1    P'    •”    6»‘d    '    •    :    O’    Doroth    .    Fez.    7 square. Dunair. Walter .lr. sweep The couple wa* returning to 8hang- speaker at^the weekly meeting of the former occupant Black crepe and *    ". HIW ANIS ( El R SI I AKER Honorable Clinton Rodger Wood- Ru*h, Straphanger    bai in a plane owned bv Fin,'.ne- -(iolflex. fa villi.    Draslir    Waler,    Minister Soong    Thev had stopped Northern    YYaler.    Fnrle    Sj, Be-    st I inghua for    luncheon.    In taking •-ere, Col.    ( rump.    Harum    Srarum    off from 'he water there    the plain' $»la«. Monocle    go* out cf eorJrol and dived into a Weather    cloudy,    track    slow,    mud bank K.wanp Club u, b* h* Id al noon. the flag covered the bare oak of it    I    S. TRE YSI RY BA LA st ll vac-nt ho use    K<-d    and beaten to Wednesday, in the Y w. C A build- border'    -    death, wa; grail*cd a new trial today mg, Seventh and Sproul streets The Before the pulpit was a picture of    WASHINGTON, Jai    !) INS' lr the State Supreme Court Justice director will give a talk on «ome in- Calvin Coolidge framed in a wreath Treasury balance a* of January 6.1 George W Maxe- allowed the ret.rh Cresting phase* of his work John j    £499.502.345    75;    expenditure    $15    424,-    1 follow inc appear, to th- Superior and 'Buckley is chairman of the meeting    Continued    on    rage    Eleven    634    12,    cur.'.on;-, reu.ptfc, $3,615,240.33. Supreme Court. Times Ad. Soon Sold His Truck c M inyan, of 3 Johnson avenue, Linwood, had a bargain truck for .sale Hfl could not tell everyone about it. so he did the next best thing he inserted a small advertisement in the classified .section of the Chester Times. Did Mr. Munyan get any results? Well, listen • ' Will you please discontinue my advertisement? I have sold my truck through the Times ad. and wish to congratulate you upon the speedy results obtained.” Here is a tip to anyone desiring to .sell something in jig time. Merely get in touch with an ad raker at the Time* office and then await quick results. How flatter i:g « Bi ri rd, if he * right in both respects. A county woman regained her estranged hubby by kb irig him * slice of fruit rake Having eaten it. the poor fellow was helpless no doubt, for th* time being 'The Weather WASHINGTON. fan    I    P)    — Loma-.! for tonight and tuesday: Ka-tern Pennsylvania and New Jersey:    fair and somewhat tooler to night; Tuesday fair with slowly rising temper alure. Western Pennsylvania: lair and colder tonight; Tuesday, fair and warmer, probably light rain Tuesday night. TODAY'S TEMPI RATI RES 8 * r a 8 a rn. rn. in. 30 JI a rn. 32 Noon ... 34 lpm 9 a in...... 34    2    p    rn IO a rn ^5 34 JO 33 33 ;