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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PA1D CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17489 Dally Leased Wire Reports ot United UP and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA FRIDAY JANUARY IS 1933 STATE TO FEED NEEDY UNDER A MARKETING PLAN New System of Relief to Be Adopted for Urban Sections EIGHTEEN PAGES VANDER POEL PULLS OUT Relief Board Adopts Ration Idea as Drafted by Die tetic Exnerts HARRISBURG Pa Jan Pennsylvania State Emergency Relief Board today announced adop tion of the Leavell plan of community markets and the formation of a bal anced ration system both to be used in feeding needy persons in urban areas of the state The present system of individually distributed food orders will be con tinued in the more sparsely populated sections Such food orders can be used at any grocery store But in the urban areas food for the jobless will be distributed from centralized markets under the plan drafted by Major John H Leavell Tulsa Okla who established a model market at Williamsport The state board expects to feed needy adults and adolescents at a cost of five and eighttenths cents a day and children under eight years of age for three and sixtenths cents a day This will be accomplished through creel adoption of the ration plan as drafted j nine by dietetic experts to give the 2000i Clark Vi 000 needy persons in the state the j millionaire elements to provide a balanced diet Foods proposed in asample weekly adult diet or ration include Powdered skim milk beef flour corn meal navy beans lard sugar potatoes cab bage carrots tomatoes yeast baking powder and coffee A bar of soap and salt also are provided for a net weekly cost per person of forty and onetenth cents For children meat beans and corn meal are eliminated and cod liver oil prunes oatmeal and eggs of substituted Rations will be issued atthe com munity markets through staffs re cruited from among the jobless and under the supervision of county relief boards The State Medical Society is cooperating in the dietetic plan Great economies in feeding the needy are expected to result from the new system At present according to state board estimates S6000000 are spent monthly in feeding 2000000 persons Thc only cash paid out is for highway work The remainder of the relief is given in food orders FAMAIDBILL 1SES HOUSE VOTE IS 203150 APPROVES I SCHOOL BOND ISSUE I A bond issue for the erec tion of a junior and senior high school at Yeadon Delaware county i was approved yesterday by the State Department of Internal Affairs r structure first high school in r IXeS Minimum Ration will bo erected on Cyprus YT XT Fair Prices on Various Commodities Street in the Loneacre Park sec wui be two stories Veto Probable byHoover if Senate Members Approve nd accommo ratc bOO student n who now attend thc Upper Darby schools principal said runry 1 and opened WOMAN FIRES HOME ENDS HER LIFE WITH POISON Despondent Because She Faced Loss of Property and Its Furnishings WOMAN SERVES IN U S ARMY b1 Rescued From Burning Roadhouse by Firemen Expires in Hospital WASHINGTON Jan Em barking on the greatest experiment in farm relief since the illfated equalization fee and export debenture i plan the House has passed thc i 51000000000 domestic allotment bill which is backed in principle by i Preski en celect Roosevelt by a vote ot 203 to 150 The Jones bill now goes to the Senate where it faces a rocky road President Hoover is expected to veto the bill if it reaches him Expectation was general that if the measure docs not become law at this Lame Duck session Roosevelt will recommend it to the incoming Democratic Congress Under thc bill minimum fair prices arc fixed for wheat cotton hogs to bacco butterfat rice and peanut The difference between the current PUBLISHERS U S TARIFF IS FAIR Former Envoy to Italy SaysNew Congress Will a victim Not Make Cuts Pnced with the sale of her furni ture by a corustnble and tho loss o her property the proprietress of a Marple township rondhouse yester day swallowed poison after setting her house afire The woman Mrs Viokt Ivridcr 55 was saved from becoming c flames by the prompt of firemen but sho died to i shortly after her admission Bryn Muwr Hospital Sees Aliens Causing Still Greater Unemployment i feWEE I ofl Wost Chester pike at Lnrchmont CITY COUNCIL IS SHARPLY RAPPED ON 1933 BUDGET C of C Committee Terms Action Unwarranted and Improper Failure to Cut Tax Rate Angers Group Mayor Gets Letter the Sllts ihc ouy oman Warrant Of Here ficer in t lieUnited SUitts Armv and mm Miss OHv Ioskius lui iroin VorU for u tour City Councils action in passing the 1933 budget last Tuesday without in corporating certain features sug gested by the Committee on City Government of the Chamber of Com merce has drawn a sharp reply from the committee The Chamber of Commerce group which would iitn fhhiVh sailed i in the tax rate However Council HARRISBURG Jan INS beautiful romance cliscov red when H Montgomery Vandcr Port fell from a polo ponvhe of nc of his strms he was riding with his sweetheart Miss Essie lark of Germantown shown above He said he un C He said he was the sort of a multi Louis since December 21 he Texas excr heard of the y Academy pupil missing from his New York from his hostess home family No one in VETOES IB1LL SF RRF OJuJul Six principlesundeiiie the market ration plan They are Purchase of air foodstuffs in bulk separate ra tions for adults adolescents and chil dren inclusion inthe rations of foods which in both quality and quantity give all elements needed for each ssparate group preparation of the food in unit lots demonstrations of methods of cooking the rations maintenance of nutrition centers un dsr medical supervision The meat provided will be whole carcasses of beef mutton or pork ground up Salmon will occasionally bs substituted for meat Green vege tables are given preference The pow dered skim milk is the basis of the entire diet XT bas Measure i New Senate Group Measure r price at the farm and the Honry Prnther Fletcher former am would be obtained by taxes upon proi bassador to Italy nnd former chair Processors of tne commodities for of the United States tariff com nrori that reduce todny predicted that The in production by 20 per cent coming Congress and administration iy or Agriculture would i vill not be able to make any material J cuts in the present tariff Addressing the Pennsylvania News paper Publishers1 Association he as sorted that the much maligned tariff of1030 is Ihc faircst on the Does Not Fulfill U S Triple Responsibility the proportion of domes tic consumption and distribute to thc participating farmers cashable ad justment certificates Taxes on the processors would be collected by the Treasury Department Opponents contended the plan would require an army of employes to administer especially to police the farmers participating would upsn the economic position of the com modities involved and would cost consumers over 51000000000 Proponents countered that the plan was workable and in effect would bring the farmers up to Parity with others and most of the be absorbed by middle cost would men Legalizes 305 by Weight Beverage WASHINGTON Jan WASHINGTON Jan 13ONS President Hoover today vetoed the After rewriting the Collier bill as it Pad the Housea Senate Judiciary the American people the Filipinos and the world at large beer by weight measure legalizing 305 Continued on Papc Twelve to hence President average cost of 6 cents a dav prSedPSeidSew thS reprGSGnted Auction of the States must undertake further steps toward liberation of the islands but they should be based upon a plebiI authorize 32 beer by weight scite to be taken 15 or 20 years i The new biil also would legalize j wine and other vincous liquors con Hoover criticized thc j tainmS up to 305 per cent alcohol n nr Philippines bill which provided for The slash iri alcoholic content was nnri mdePen3ence after 10 years of prepi nladc to conform with recent findings 1 aration under a commonwealth gov of n Royal Commission which ernment on moral economic and imade a lenSthy scientific investiga mternational grounds asserting that on tlle intoxicating effects of it was subject to the most serious Thi commission found that objections by weight was thc highest President Hoover suggested a five Alcoholic content in nonintoxicating point program for the Philippines j becr First an independence 15 or 20 years hence WASHINGTON Jan Second extended authority to the iSn telabls opposition to provisions Philippines Cabinet but with full re resolution for repeal and serve of power for riiiHerj oi the resentatives STORM WARNING ISSUED WASHINGTON Jan Northeast storm warnings were or dered by the Weather Bureau today along the Atlantic coast from Atlan tic N j to Cape Hatteras A icecentral over Florida is northeastward the bureau and will probably bring winds force in the storm area to statute books of any nation V1 By setting up an impartial Urlfl i icau in one commission it levied upon Mrs Kricior I old the constable sli could raise if he would return rit 2 o clock which ho promised to do When Miles returned to the roadhouse nt thc appointed time ho discovered arc in all of the downstairs rooms Shouting to a passing motorist to summon firemen he constable rn torori tho holism nnd found Mrs Kri fer partly unconscious nt the head 01 thc stairs A bottlr which had contalnrd fvnaicle ol potnslum stood on v bn of ihc bedrooms n1 in Movement to whereby HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RAGES TODAY By United Press AT JEFFERSON PARK Ways Panclosto Clasbys Choice Nonenicer Laftar Chiefs Gypsy Master Ogclen Dick Por ter Don Caesar Hoowee j Fourth agreement before the plebi scite on trade preferences similar but fr rQ v wider than those between United toPrePare a detaUcds States and Cuba nd unitect mcnt of the groups position that Fifth United States announcement T measurcs should be prior to the plebiscite of intentions regarding withdrawal from military was TO HEENTER FILMS HOLLYWOOD Calif Jan Helen Twelvetrecs screen actress offers ihe mciins j ho rausc of Mrs anyone who blievcs thc i illness Dr W I Rhoads who lives lates arc or too lowcnni nonrby directed members nf th the rates fixed in th law cto not i equalize the costs of production in tho Continued on Tnirc Tuclvp United Statps and rho principal i r J1 competing country No other nation COUNTY MEDICAL acts so impartially and pnncrously in AI aojustinR its tariff ratrj In support of his prediction that the new Congress will not be able to reduce substantially or in any im portant particular the rates Fletcher said Foreigners livingin great manu facturing countries like England Can ada Japan by underselling our own manufacturers tinder present rates arc causing and will cause still greater unemployment ancl instead of reduc ing tariff rates we will have to fol low the example of Franco and in crease them if we wish to safcgunrd on Page Twelve Acquire Silo for Federal Building New h the nvalfi support MEMBERSHIP GROWS SOCIETY OFFICERS The nnnurtl meeting of the Drln County Medical Society wns held yesterday afternoon at ihc Chester Club 511 Welsh street thc 5 mn of liitfi city affiliated Division of the County Chamber Of Com wont on record to any rnovmrnl tending to Govrmmnit of tho sitifor the pro posed posioftlco The suggestion was received unani mously and trie secretary ot the or ganization wns instructed bo apprise clcr who spoke about his trip to Africa Cinema views of tho various place1 referred to were shown During the business session which preceded the talk thc following of ficers were elected for the cnsulnr year Dr Hnrry C Donahoo presi dent Dr Isaac I Parsons vice presi dent Dr JSzra A Whitney srcond action tnkcn The regular wns well nt tcnricd nnd nniong the reports of the various committees hoard was that ol the group which supervised thc SantaClnua purple and sntd tohave been thc most here the original measure fixing the tax rate at liii mills the same as last year The city officials ordered a 10 per cent cut in their salaries and it was also announced by Councilman J that an amended budget later would be presented cihris apparently did not satisfy the C of C Committee which f cttf yesterday to Mayor Ward registered its profound conviction that Councils action under the cir cumstances was unwarranted and Improper The letter follows Chester Pa My dear Mayor Ward I wish to acknowledge receipt of your communication of January 10th addressed to me as Chairman of the Committee on City Government ad vising of the action of City Council in levying the same tax rate for 1933 as in effect since 1929 namely UT ve awarc the Committee 1 have the honor to serve as Chairman wns appointed by the Del Continued on Page Twelve of RAIN OR SNOW IS THE FORECAST Mostly cloudy skies and rising tem perature nre predicted today in east ern Pennsylvania New Jersey Dela ucm A Whitney srconct btioluess rcion Clif vicepresident Dr Albin RRozploch ford H Peoples reportod for the secretarytreasurer Dr Prnncis i nominating coinmlttcn the folio wine Miller reporter Dr Ferdinand W bdns named for for the en The value of organization was ss delivered be who gave up her screen contract tresscd when her son was born two mcmbersof thc Roosevelt Club ago said today she has signed a new i Delaware County by Attorney John longterm agreement to play in films i Stctser last evening Tlio meeting In private life Miss Twclvetress is i Jvas hclcl in the headquarters of the the wife of Frank Woody i Miller reporter Dr Ferdinand Nyomcti librarian Dr C Stitelcr editor Drs Catharine Ulricii Walter E Egbert and Ralph E Belli censors Dr T Clinton Starbuck was Irvin year Rnlnli F Swnrts presi lriclv dent Harry M MoCov vice prcsi den 1 Thos U S TREASURY BALANCE i local club 535 Market street Vice President John F Burns pre sided and served as toastmastcr Seventyfive new members were ad mitted Abandon Trolley Car Service on Two RouteslGMk MASS chosen district censor Following the business session din ner was served in the main diniivr room more than fifty members their fluents being present BOV DISAPPEARS prcsi Those named for the dlrcc wcre Henry W Dallas M J Freed Joncph J Grlcco Harry A Hynes Phil McMunipal Aloe Tollln 1 M WelnbfUp Henry Wolson ana Clifforrl H Peoples Thr latter j requested that his name bn stricKen from tho list of directors nskhiK to bo relieved of the office duo tothe onornu rlulicv he Search wns sLnrtcd todny for r f i inick Dlgiacomc H of 1024 wSfc Innchambcr His Seventh street whohL been lo been miss ingr irom home since early Inst eve ning Thc father of the boy appealed to police to aid in a hunt for the youngster when ho fulled to return TICKFORDS BODY ARRIVES Trolley cars on the Providence the completion of thc rieKotiations Continued on Twelve NEW YORK Jan ancl uPland divisions of the which were in thc hands of tho HELD IN SWINDLE rangements were made today to send the body Soutnern Betty Beau Lass Missy Violet Star Transmit Chatlahoochec Irish Consul Nfcht Briffade Ocean Grand Brush Mr BunJ A KlBhL Pennsylvania Traction will pass into the realm commission for it was granted months before With the Chatson Grand Baby Blue Damsel Bcton Atlas Chris Paschen Florence Dolan The Orleanian Judge Lueders Bill Phillips Klip drift Wrench Alto Estin Eliza beth S Muir Station Foolhardy Vimont ArOIinTFD 1 FjU A TXTT i mn OF ARSON CHARGE LEAPS TO DEATH j A H way to the steady course of in transportation facilities by buses In planning the routes of the 100000 Said to Be Ready to Resist Japans Inva sion of Province recent years the cars posed Upland bus ne rhr r PFIP1NG Jin T ni Jury Returned VerdictTrapped With Family This Morning He De Burning Phila Fall Breaks Neck nied Making Confession motor buses which arc calculated to j which the buses will fol oV while furnish swifter more comfortable i on thc Providence avenue divllon and generally improved service to the change will on tail no iv patrons of the lines as well as reline but will mrrclv thr R burdcn enreroutlni of the ncnv irnvr tailed by the upkeep of tracks and j on Chestnut street tS run Om i During the late Fan j bS I Vtatfe 1 ac Hanisburg to discontinue the I trolley cars and to replace them with SHANGHAI Jan Hnrry A Hyncr reviewer lhc comphshmfints of tho nutRolnp ofTl COIK and complimented them for the splendid work done during thc past Hyncs on behalf of the president with a humidor set Counsel Files Motion for New Trial for Man Ac cused of Forgery Tho carc of Cornelius J Powers Eighth ward insurance man charged with forgery rind viola lion of tlie eloc U on laws wns pin end in the hands of the jury hy Judjn Albert Button Mac Daclc Into yesterday afternoon and this morntnR the jurors returned a verdict finding guilty A motion for a new trial will be argued have for Saturday will mark fusion is anticipated Attorney C William Kraft Jr and defense counsel John E McDonouph by the Courts AT AGUA CALIEXTE Quick Ramon Alochinc ene D Blues Bright Comet Unllnri11 8 H111 5fcreet a scorc of hoTrified watch Uplana who went on trial before i ers a fearcrazed mother of nine San Jucle Ray Sherwood of York children leaped to her death today as j FAMOUS SAVANT GREETED BY Ramon Cofaro Gene day afternoon on a charge of arson i 1Jcked around her family arising out of the burning of a housi trapPed Blind Luck CloiHrald IVestire Juqr i at 505 West Ninth street this citr i omct I arising out of the burning of a Jujr at 505 West Ninth street Band j owned by Josiah Sleeper Rcnee Princess Val Silk acquitted the jury announcing Covering TJpinning Way Maryse I verdict this morning its Miss Timidity Scutari Durb Nappus O Mail Weather clear track fast Times Ad Tracks Down Bloodhound The Pennsylvania Bloodhound Kennels at Lester has 3 stock of fine animals and of course when one Is last there is much ado over the matter The other day a fine specimen of the breed weighing about 100 pounds wandered off and the owners after an unsuc cessful search turned to the best medium possible They called the Chester Times and a lost and found ad appeared but once We were delighted with the re sults we received from the Ches ter Times lost advertisement We got the dog back the day after the ad appeared The animal was valuable and we want to thank the Times for its return Here was a case in reverse A bloodhound was trackeddown by a Times ad Assistant District Attorney Louis A Bloom represented the common wealth and John V Diggins and James L Rankin defended MaSn Mr Sleeper testified that the West Ninth street house was set afire on April 15 and an investigation bv the second floor of their T j house in Philadelphia was T The woman Mrs Anna Mc Kenna 36 She died of a fractured skull and broken neck a few min after reaching a nearby hospital Almost all the other members of e family were severely burned be rs being rescued Police Inspector John Cahill and neighbors of the suffered lacerations v Detective Captain George J Pecriev thcy ran showed that arson had been SS 2 gll streets in mitted Mr Sleeper suspected clothing to assist in the rescue Sleeper suspected son and on September 16 arranged to have Feerey and Detective Charles Hardman concealed in his to have Mason visit him ihe fire started on the first floor ate its way to an upper story family in their rooms choking from smoke ant fumes They After a short conversation the nearest win ness said Mason admitted setting fire a Way t0 fn T inncrt o Fecncy which he In t0 alley in the relfol 50 K 2SledP Cma the members tk famfysorne of whom match to them and then were burned severely i wRTir t Mary Bryne 18 and went home attorneys based their i Mary Beers 17 caught the youhcest on their clients mental conI member of the familv Edward Mc uiuon ana called Dr J William t Kcnna 1 months old in a hianiot the when the SScph MKenna outh to testify Dr Wood saidthasdropP2d the child from a front bed than lonooo Chlncae tioops massed i next month Jehol province today as Chinese Yesterday afternoon the addresses ivii me tlnve to annex the lorritory in Manchukuo to the drath Eloquent proof of the Chinosr dc tcnniiiHLion to baitio Japanese atj sression vis contained in reports statin troop trains loaded villi units of Chinas numerous finnlos to pour through rl icntsln headed for ibc vTit it vas whern they will Ulce up suvitrpic positions for the dp lease of Jehol More thrui 20000 Chinesn troons according to advices here are sta tionrrd r t Chantli whore the rnoun tains fjf Mnrrh was pi von to of Assistant District rows forecast is mostly cloudy Che highest temperature here ves Wfs 55 degrees at 1210 a m ana the 33 at 730 D ni The average of 44 Vas twelve decrees above normal for the date but four degrees below the average January fnr nt temperature for the dnte is 72 established in 1890 and minimum 4 in 1836 Sunrise today wasat 722 a m and sunset will be at 458 p m eastern standard time Pm eastern EVIDENCE LACKING AUTOISX RELEASED An automobile operated by Thomas Ferguson 48 of Lima was badly damaged in collision with a truck lost evening Ferguson escaped injuries NinS WJLS at Ninth and Crosby streets by Captain Busher after members of a fraternal organization whose home Is located there saw the wrecked machine parked partly on thc curbFerguson appeared to be slightly under the Ui fiucnce of hquor but a physician who examined him certified that he was noi intoxlcaled On the technical charge of suspicion he was slated but discharged when arraigned for a hearingin police court thus mornlno by Magistrate Thomas C Berry MADRID Jan Trotzky nnied Bolsnevist filed suit for 000 today against a newspaper for publishing under his signature article censuring Joseph Stalin Ho denies lie wrote it Topics of Times hile the scientific world is over discoveries the P P Quoit ciiib scz Bill Gilpin some time ago intro duced by the Courts charge If they keep on increasinc thn In the trial which Marteri wndncs taxes we all have one have one consolation f co day mornins J B Melchoir Philaclcl None of us will bo able to 1 rll 1 II I O IT rl t i 11 M i f phia iiapdwrifiixq that mittocl expert i tains of line orth China touch the coast PEIPING Mothers and children evacuated the American Mctnodist Mission at Changli today whnn fighting there between Chine H ml Japanese forces appeared n eravo Control of CJiansrli by the Japanese would Wft on a number or days led him ro lha brlicf tWt Powers pay cm Not that we want to check I But few can write a check these had Kignod thc Thr peUtions 60 in number had boon prpsentocl to the Countv Cotn misKioners last October asking that names of persons in the Third pre cinct Seventh ward this city who registered on October 8 be stricken from the lists Frank Da mis and Joseph Coiro both of this city testified they had not signed thn pcilions which borr the sJRnatures of F Damls and G Colro Powers denied the charges claim ing that he turned the petitions ove With Congress and state Ieris latures going full blast its pretty hard for one to hold onto hopes for a happy New Year A woman is speaker in the House of North and a lot of other houses for that matter Slot machines cause trouble reads a Times headline Of the fixer has to see em daily to sec that they pay no more than one per cent stra velt The man who wrote to Mrs choi province with the ritory controlled by the Manchukuo Bovernment i Thc children and their mother were sent to PC i Thc mission at I ChanfiJi the only one bctwrrn i Jicntsin and Shanhaikwan where Americans arc situated other impor t Jl T TY i f 1 i unt misriions in thc district controlled by Chinese bcinq it is almost impossible to tell thrm anarf t n A ten ncjn apan n taKc our word forJt that the gentleman on the left is Professor Augustc Pifcard famous Belgian scientist who made two trips into the st The Hudson Bay region of this continent PEIPING Jan UP airplanes and cavalry were in action against Chinese north of the Great Wall toaay Japapcr sources re ported They were protecting Chi omenkou the ninth gate and strate gic pass through thc Great Wall held by the Japanese Subzero temperature delayed any operations although Chinese reported that 10000 Japanese backed by airplanes tanks and cav alry were ready to invade Jehol Prov ince and attempt to take the capital i I Under by Auto cutpr Kraft yesterday Powers said he i blue is had not examiner the petitions after rrcpJving ilirm from Tony He also srud I would sny rhnc thn signature of F Damis on those petitions is not do not look like his dealen have decided that the most favorite color for 1D33 Pedestrians will still have to be satisfied with being black and DAUGHTER BORN TO QUEEN OF BULGARIA SOFIA Bulgaria Jan A daughter was born today to the Queen of Bulgaria fhe former Prin cess Giovanna of Italy The Princess and Kins Boris were married at As sissf Italy Oct 25 1930 The child was born at 1040 a m an official announcement said A salute of 21 guns was iired soon after the announcementand a crowd gath ered and cheering in front Oi the palace The Weather WASHINGTON Jan Eastern Pemssylvania Cloudy and not quite so cold in north and vest portions tonight Saturday fair and warmer Western Pennsylvania Generally fair and slightly warmer tonight and Saturday except probably light snow near Erie tonight TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m f a m 10 a m 32 11 a m1 37 32 Noon sg 33 1 p m37 2 p m 35 35   

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