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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17493 Dally Leased Wire Renorts or United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1 O Uoo RESCUED IN ADOPTS SALARY PLAN All Employes in District Affected by 10 Per Cent Reduction To Finish Night School Term Teachers Will Serve Without Pay Reductions in expenses relating largely to slashes in salaries were made last night by the school direc tors at a special meeting held in the Larkin Building Broad and Crosby streets The action of the directors was taken as an emergency measure in order that they might meet an anticipated loss of revenue to the dis trict through taxes both current and overdue which it is believed will run to a figure between eighty and one j hundred thousand dollars for the AMERICAN PLANT IN YOKOHAMA IS DAMAGED IN RIOT 1929 Industrial Output HORSE RACE AND APPROPRIATIONS The value of the Industrial output of this county in 1929 was more than 5250000000 according Uv statistics j XT compiled by the United States Do Number of Hurt Commcice r j r i nuiL The lotal yaiue was 525934301500 1 HmdCS for and MachinerV Abused an increase of over 1P27 T v During that year there were 31 Dy Japanese plants operating and employing 35 i 183 persons with a total payroll of 556994267 or psr person per SCENE OF NEW DEATH MYSTERY Ji Commission Licenses Revenue and to Motor Fund Causes Protest From U S SUl YOKOHAMA Japan Jan complications arose today from an attack by 200 on the Americanowned ing machine plant U S Ambassador Joseph Clark drew was urged by the manager of the plant to make strong represen tations to the Japanese government The manager A K Aurell also cabled his New York headquarters suit asking that representations be madfc to the United States state department and Congress Forty persons were injured when the to be t FOR ALIENATION Measurc for General Expenses Sets A s i d e HARRISBURG Pn Jm 18 Tho general ipproprintioii French Canadian Charges ExBanker With ing Up Home 1a enue which have become more and j Kenya bush Africa gressed have reached a pShu Pfar above any prospect of decreased n K come from taxes iff The resolutions approved bv the London ihc tacked the thrcestorv plant the UC ur terrior of which was damaged to e rcsullcd m sensational legal extent or several NEW YORK Jan for alienation of affections against James A Stillman former president of the National City Bank of New York whose marital difficul ties with the former Anne Urnuhart iimJnr Senate committee will rov u to meet the Legislators 1st tire Thr bill copied item for itrni ihr budget recommendations made bv Ciovernor Clifford Pinchot Hep Steedlc Allegheny miroclured the measureinthe House The bin R0 back lo lhc committee Steedlo heads and thai body the cooperaiioa or actions as been dollars Aurell Steeclle sa the House i s iMireh face of the bankers blanket virws it will be returned to about the of The committee to match Hv recoiinnondnlions of the Pinchm injured offices of the superintendent and the secretary together with all clerks of the school district will be reduced ten per cent The equivalent of a ten per cent reduction in the jani tors salaries of the district was ac complished in a resolution providing that all janitors will serve for two weeks during the period of the bal ance of the fiscal year without com T i pensation mechanics departA resident S Objections menc the wages were reduced ten cents per hour and each employe of the department will take one day off without pay for the remainder of the fiscal year In the medical depart ment of the district a resolution was passed affecting the doctors nurses dentists and dental hyglenists the salaries in the department were re duced ten per cent and each employe of the department will be employed four days per week Services of the medical department will end on June and assistant manager was a hero of i the fighting when he led 50 em j of them i safety Parsons had been beaten by j rioters six weeks ago in an attack i on the company plant at Kobe The I Osaka plant also had been attacked subject VhSSVTS1 SJSn i o J UT ObiH v j 111 i i man stole the affections of his wife i and Marjorie taking hcr with him on I C rf trips to Havana and elsewhere lomm though h allegedly knew she was a Shh 10 rMv lts wnrk married woman i The suit brought by Rochcfort who me liMJ session todav U PRICE TWO CENTS AUTOPSYSTOS BROWN WAS ILL MAY BE SUICIDE Palmyra N J Resident Had Kidney Disease Doctors Declare Detective Leans to Belief He Shot Self Widow Scouts Theory MOUNT HOLLY N J Jan 13 i Ruth Maculey Brown widow of the society man shot to death two nights ago in Palmyra husbands violent end investigations revealed The autopsy performed on the handsome printing company official who was known for his saily reck less altitude toward life revealed he sintered from kidney trouble it was learned today Doctors who per iormed the postmortem said hh of life probably would not have exceeded five years Whether he knew the seriousness of his condition however was ex tremely doubtful His wife told Chief of Burlington Countv Detec tives Ellis H Parker in charge of the investigation that she thought J ho had been quite well If Brown did not know his condi tion Parker admitted he would be plant were closed jected in Senate to 26 Vote plants since by 66 WASHINGTON Jan 18 The Philippine Independence Bill was a law today after the Senat Japan Jan w v eiloae I vigorous protest on behalf of the oaent Hoovers veto by a vote of United States against an attack bv lnunc nt Inhnyni X J liorre racine bill sponsored by Heps the strike started last rioters stormed the lunch hour and de stroyed office writers and machines Aurell is a New Yorker and n grad uate of Stanford University riocic t i Broughtfn an to compel tcoids desks tvpeSlillman to sctUc ne alionalion tion out of court to avoid publicity j Through Sumner SuHman an nounccd that he would fight the caso i to a finish even though the suit promises to rival the historic divorce buttle between Stillman and the fori 65 to 26 four more than the neces 200 Japanese on the Americanowned wife of Fowler McCormic youthful heir to the Chicago Harvester mil sary twothirds vote The House sjpSer sewing rrtachuic plant at had overridden the vote continued untiUune fifteenth 274 to 94 f toForeign MmiVter Yasvwa the case At a rprrnt spscinr or fHo t rr l LU iviinistei lasina manv separate were introduced Peters of Montgomery and At a recent session of the board it i final vote came after two and Uchida half days of debate Fortyfive DemI Uchida promised an immediate in February first in he im ocrats voted with twenty Republicans sSdinfsovSl Sore in court Still mans attorney disclosed Rocheforts sensational allegations that the and thG Lab0dLe Ship5 Vo1 of MI offez uas submitted to the board slcad of Minnesota to override the i lack of action on the Singer incident Continued on Last Pao support of the visited Uchida personally at were castby Republicans exceptR Pm urging protection of Amer banker made wife lavished love to the formers NAMEEXTRA CLERK one by Copeland New York lives property crat Under the new law complete inde for the thirtyfour America ponton wm bo ifts of presents and money upon her and thereby com pletely alienated her from her hus band In reply to the charges Sumner de clared he had obtained affidavitsfrom Mrs Rochefort and from her mother Baldi would have Uirre rrr cnm misioncrs appointed by thr Gov ernor for sixyear tcrms at annually with 5500 extra ior His Arrest uiriJLLCi lo Ho would i charge a fiat license frc nf a ciay Jor each day a track operated 1 UvV1 The money less five per cent jvon the county whore the tmck is lo cated would go into the motor license iund WASHINGTON Jan M Baker in which both eeply concerned over the attacks on f ji kViji At the meeting of the county com in from tsn to thntcen years oro nussioners held at Media yesterday vided the Inland Lecwlature accents County Engineer George Wright was th act within one yea authorized to make repairs to the Failure o unless the Japanese government takes planking of Bridge No 24 the struc steps to stop such incidents an the island Legislature to energetic procest wlil be dispatches from lure on the road fading from Balti Manila have carried objections more pike to Wawa railroad station to it 5rom that start Tne material will cost about and j the whole controversy the work will bedone by county emj Under the new law ployes The Salary Board composed of the commissioners and County Controller James T Stewart granted the re quest of County Treasurer William L Dickel for one additional clerk at again the Filipinos must decide on a constitution satis factory to the United States in two Washington In view of the fact that Ambassador Grew already has made a verbal pro test over the attack by Japanese union racketeers on the Yokohama branch of the Singer Sewing Ma chine Co no further action is con were Quoted that Roche fort nor only nncouraged the friend ship between wife and Slillman Mrs Baker incidentally wns named as codefendant with Stillman in Rocheforls alienation suit of tion per cent on totals All moneys collected would oe turned into the rcenernl fund recommendation it be used mothers assistance hospitals for 1 GET MAN WANTED TEN YEARS Peters limited the threemancoin Con inuctl on Last Polic PA FARM SHOW WELL ATTENDED turning Parksdr was street Tcddv He had no reason to want to for we were so happy together she pro tested according to those who visited hcr at her motherinlaws home ir Moorcstown N J where she is stav inp Pnrker said Mrs Brown had told him she did not want to talk directly to reporters being very much upset about hcr husbands sudden death He Is completely satisfied that she v has told him all she knows he said Apartment Although it is known Brown was a user of alcohol there has been not one shred of evidence that he at tended parties or made the ac unknown insisted the state own way School Mom the earthen floor of the gaage claim they were enticrd to a house i mff thie yard UP threesteps through by one of the votidis last rvrnlnn aMes ulF ncl theliving room d escaped bcin timS Bitten Printing Woman He Accuses of Re1 Latter Say They Were En 1 am inn His Money ticcd to Ap Causes His Arrest Resisted Attack th Two hn his I Mo KoaSinSlU hc Wock morninp and fa oriou cha ies i imi Mo avenue aptvinsu Dnicllh i prrfnrcd bv hvn chnni ri t M Parker was for tl Killen a local hixirdressor for Lhe both ment that Brown made his c recovery of S1COOO wliich he claims Uf M lhn Eyn School who the earthen floor of the tO haVO Crivfn IJtri t t rlim I hnr ir inhfV vnvrf litt fKtAA lowing him in rnn cm wns it Wr i watch ne wns re s house in walking on Market nIlcBcl Planned attack automobile Vol Mrs Tim youthsi giivc thr names Walter Bateman of Taylor torraco near Ful and RnyinondRnse 2B of street nrnr Kerlln street Walter C Watrous 57 who is said years ratify it within 10 morp tcmplated in this particular incident i to been a fugitive from justice inr Rpnrhiir J i Bufc any further incidents of the sort for the past ten before the Philippine Republic formed Senators Borah of Idaho and j protest probably will draw a formal note of Hanley resigned at a salary of 638 In Mr Clarksons place has been appointed Vernon J Weber at a sal ary of and the new clerkship has been given Joseph Love The commissioners have appointed two new members of the Park Com mission in the persons of Norman Poster of Springfield and Farnam A Y FYPPRT FOR PROSPECT PARK MEET WILL BE J31L years was arrested early this morning at his home 134 Pennock avenue Upper Darby He arrested by State Trooper Toye of the Media barracks and For the first time in more than T R Dahl vice president of the White Motor Company Cleveland j O will be the principal speaker of the i three years the Franklin Fire Com pany will act as host to the mem bers of the Delaware County Fire Detective Thomas Haines of Upper Darby on a warrant which Sheriff John J Cain had received from authorities in Pooria 111 charging Watrous with perjury According to a report received by lorifT riii sen New HARRISBURG Pa Jan UP farm show it is es timated is being attended by GO 000 persona daily Twelve farm organizations arranged meetings during the day Including the dairymen the beekeepers and the R Ptrrness of Upper Providence The mcns Association tlie monthly meet Park Commissioners receive of which will be held next Mon pensation day eveningand between 500 and The county commissioners received representatives are expected to a Court order signed by Judge Fronei attend field asking that be appropri 7he mcetmg and enter ated in 1933 to the Law Library in i talnment will be held in the audi the courthouse in addition to the torium of the Franklin school build usual appropriation of SI 500 SPECIAL OBSERVANCE the The anniversary of Benjamin Franklin yesterday by pupils birth of S The ing and after adjournment there the members will gather in the fire i house on Concord avenue where edi will be served Dahl is recognized as onc of the forej most authorities in the United States of on the question of highway rights j and taxation measures which are in tVio rjilrnsrlc I il IX T T dispute between the railroads and motor carriers and the public has been cordially invited to hear this expert discuss one of the most im portant topics of the day A recent meeting in Chester under DIES IN THE WEST Ihreshermcn and farmers poultry association Ycagrlc were named 400 Bushel Club at theannual meet the State Potato Growers As n Lycoming county won the vocational school exhibit prize and iork county the home honors Woodrow Both were for prellrninarv hrrump in police court mrl held without bail for a horalncc In the Farrr took told him of the lhrrnts fon nnc of he invjfed them to row hou t nc Wood Thcy UTrc the Ninth ward Elliott of afternoon closed switched out The wrestled with After the llphts were screamed and ib at the annual meet on EatFourth the oLhor accused von1 j JMO lt n intOrciinipdytav Pntiolmcn Starr nnd it the Winircr shortly after 0 oclock rhls himself with m O o 111 rr f n li s i rm j i j i fci iji i j iij i Ti r c M i t t i IT p in osf i economics City Clerk Benjamin Newsome re ceived word this morning of the NEW HOUSE BEER VOTE IS PUSHED WASHINGTON Jan The thrust of militant Housi for another vote on prohibition this session progressed today dayfi immoral and ptirposep street for several saJd hi Avlfo hu the trleplionr nhusive n When 1110 uns lustily after lnldnpihn nocessarv oath he turned ro Aldcrmnn Elliot L j me to get on COLDER WEATHER The alderman said hut such pro cedure was unnecessary but Kola sinski suited his and dropping tn I official Parker would call a suicide right now he admitted Confronted with the declaration of ur Dnnlel Reiner county physician that a man with two wounds such as Miose in Browns body could not oxercisc controlled muscular activity Parker drawled Nodoctor HvlnR can tell what the human body is capable of when it conies to bullets He outlined the story of Bradway Biowns end puttingin all the con tradictions stressing the increduli ties grinning them down Yes he was a lively ular call him melan choly but you never know what an other man will do till he does it he said Speculation means nothing unless facts prove it Were all aset tin here tryin to figure it out Its pretty definite the Run be lonjjed to Brown himself J wont tell you how I know that but I do know he had it before he was married shot JS ON THE WAY Colder xveather possibly with light committee in charge of the direction of the same organiza death of hLs hCrand T tion brought out an attendance of tcrday in Derby Lucas county Iowa hafrr R r iWhjch Hep j around her beauty shop 2500 interested persons and the scs where he had been a resident the i revive hpPes I offcrfd cinn fnrnnrvrinr ninht It nn 17 vpnrc naa DCCn Signed 33 i ma IT held Kfll1i ITjli i n with the presentation of short plays and special programs during the as sembly periods while in others the celebrations vere conducted in the ol Arthur Charles Taylor Peak George Perry Thomas Campbell of the Newtown Square Fire Company Newtown tomorrow night Is expected to draw a capacity crowd MRS SAYRES FUNERAL past 17 years In addition to the city official he is survived by two other brothers Frank and Harry and one sister CAMBRIDGE Mass Jan UP cjty TY1 Tvl A Tl 7 n 1 Vt rtl jif f Mrs Elizabeth Mclntyre all of this classrooms with short programs and i FiremenR Association funeral services were held at historic Christ Episcopal Church in The funeral will take place tomor revive repeal had members in 24 hours A total of 345 signatures is necessary to insure a voto Admitting he began the movement MS Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will rain and be wnrmer Alder tomorrow held Kolnsinski under bond whkh Ws by a friend of i he pndiiHf n roan to v vj i tjiistuiio an rrvw wrifh fr ft rs J township president of the Delaware Harvard Square today for Mrs Jessie mteirnent in the talks by pupils and teachers preside at the meeting Woodrow Sayre 45 laughter of the late President Wilson cemetery FLU EPIDEMIC SPREADS him to At thr necessar twice to enable Kolnsiriiki hearint yrsterciay was to stop the proceedings who HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT JEFFERSON PARK Wise Susan The One LONDON Jan somewhat in a partisan spirit Schafcr 1 preyed on th mind m said the support tendered him hy a j such extent Mint he is now nalfdozcn Democrats soon after his i hiphlv nervous strain announcement had caused abandon all partisanship i The WASHINGTON Jan i severe epidemic of influenza showed The Treasury net balance for Jan ifi no SIKHS of lessening in the British was rxpenriitures thai or Continental Europe today day were SJl7i5257 42 I he hiRhest temperature here Iflay defirecs at 345 p m and the lowest was 40 at ain a m jne ivprnse of 4C was fourteen do above normal for he rfate but two degrees bolovthe average Janu ary 17 last year Maximum tempera for the dale is r3 established in and minimum in 1803 Sunrise today was zi 720 a m and CK smaller than that Brown wore was put down as Browns property today Parker said he wore PMIWOI lJihrcc timcs to hLs offlce Philadelphia commenting that it did not fit then he threw it aside for use only when he worked around the grounds or painted his motorboat in the garage Chief Morris Beck of the Palmyra police working under Parker said Continued on Last Page Topics of Times yearfafLer V16 She has a well trained and well empire in the opinion of Gen tne islands form a natural continua Smedley D Butler j tion of the group off the China nom and numbered victims of all classes j receipts for the month through Jan from the royal family down I 16 were 5983503873 THOMAS NUTTALL STATE llPRffiE AGED 93 DIES COURT DECIDES I WASHINGTON Jnn jg Groping in economic darknrss for n Roguish Octavia Relations J Vg CSUUe at fiUed den of his Square he dis Jfuture of America in the TVimrVr t General demonstrated his They re no good to us ana i points on the map before him of This City for i Purchaser of the Henry 71 Years Succumbs to I Estate Newtown Must Brief Illness I Make Settlement ion ir threatened by theremoval of tho gold tandMd in many countries country out of riej cring severely from dcpreriaYed c in Conjrcncies of foreign competitors since A news note toils us that brewers arc awaiting the laws change to be gin making beer NO son theyre not the home brewers A nearby college has estimated that it cos Us coeds SS a year for cosmetics But what that worth costs college men only their fathers can estimate Although not expected Huey Longs filibuster on the Glass bank bill was listen t f who had to Artie Kerns retiring captain of the St Roberts high football squad savs nn just loves to make public speeches no one is around Most World War veterans deny might make the world safe for inflation the printing only lead us into Thomas 93 onr of the advocate ki back of the neck as a health pre caution The first time we have In a case which has been before th cw i co i Uri S stantial sub with grnntor purrhas power and the wherls of incivrv ls simple of accomplish reduction in the1 i He stopped and laid a map of the Sv VajSSS C3CSar China Sea across the Weather clear fast AT AGUA cXlTEXTE Ic would take the combined Atlan tic Pacific and Asiatic fleets to de fend that coastline he exclaimed hLs finger ranging down the coast of Snre Runire Losinir CIm i Philippines and wed have to Jc tion hire a few extra boats in addition Nagratha Gold Clasp AIochinr Rust Kalakua Pau lYir tenstcin Star Boots Willow Bramble Sinner Bctfandot Shasta Bullet that them when they he it but they may be for economic reasons to cast oi withhe Japanese empire t fjnest in Manchester England Mr 11 came to this country in and made his home in the Sr ward about 12 years ago he daughter and her huband once more srt In motion toward the i I8110 of ths dollar The government start its printing presses and paper dollars That fcal of prosperity Powell of Nrwtbwn Square On Lhe other hand inflation rron Jrom the decision of the lower Court demned in no uncertain terms bv See Ir that he make settloment for the i rctary of the Treasury Mills and Gov wc coult persons have authors name heard the song sting dur sma hours Henry estate at Newtown Square i crnor Eugene outstanding Thc value of r out amount of unbacked and sufSfif MFrcndante is on Id be thr most dangerous The chic portion of the rstate Is authoriUer of the Aiminis the old Newtown Square Hotel on the tration Park Dijrprins On Intimate Vote OIco Martha Mae Rendezvous Pri vately H Homme Weather dourly trsch sloppy S20 ooo on nss railroads and trolleys in fact s are costing us about j everything they need for a civilized year as long as they are country u good to the Twentysecond street address i pure water in the First ward Shortly after hK Cncster Plkca known to municipal build arrival in this country Hm territory When we give hem independence we not only save that money whicli would be useful the Federal Treasury now but we duS Tf VhC con war SpanishAmerican So why not let them use it by themselves But I think iK foolish to wait Theres no time lik present1 ke the General Butler expressed the beJirf that trouble was brewing in the east plaj1ng the mainland in the Twentyninth Pennsylvania Infantry and served with the regi ment for a short time until the close opponents contend that Other larmcrs and drovers of this and i while money will be more plentiful it quarters Chester counties for many yrnrs i will require more cash to buy pro type might he stab much higher than the pres ent intrinsic worth a proposal that has been favorably received in many cakecater Why the poor man nearly died The Weather vuuutjf ior many wm inquire more cash to buy The mrtil rrmfonr r dothcs und w left onehalf of the estate in trust Policy to his widow with the remaining half i them America role on the j will be jerked into a he lore we know what its all about task of learning the trade of nia He was successful with the firm of Miller and Allen the plant later being operated by Robert WethcriJI and Company and remained in the employ of that concern for about 30 Continued on Ist Pace sisters Mary Margaret James Edward and Phelam James Henry and Mrs Henry started ruit aiainst the other heirs Margaret Henry contended that one of the other heirs took her brothers keys from his pocket and obtained some S22000 from the Henry safe And there were Continued on Last c There are some striking modern examples of inflation Th most Tragic was in Germany after ths war when the gold standard and the mark practically T loss Prance period but WASHINGTON Jan Forecast for tonight and Thursday Eastern Pennsylvania and Tcw Jcr permitting thc i SJ and national wlth stabilise lalsr Late Ji off cold standard and financial vorJcJ nrlr very foundations fo bill eral Reserve bank notes with gov ernment bonds in lieu of eligible Bank bill authorizing backing of national bank notes with and por cnt government iecl a mild type of inflation particularly have Increased the v of nation bank notes generally rpkincr fhry rc placca othr types of Fate tonight Thursday Western Pennsylvania Rain warmer tonight and Thursday TODAYS TEMPERATURE and K a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a in 48 11 a m 47 Noon 48 1 p m 48 2 p m 5 51   

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