Chester Times, January 21, 1933

Chester Times

January 21, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania ILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17496 With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire oJ United Press and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY JANUARY 21 1933 BR1JAINISTOLDIHERQ OF RESCUE U S WILL REOPEN WAR DEBTS ISSUE Nations to Revise Down ward Fourandahalf Billion Obligation ollows HooverRoosevelt Parley Latter at Muscle Shoals Today WASHINGTON Jan Washington and London were pre paring today to revise downward Great Britains war debt to the United States Secretary of State Stimson called Sir Ronald Lindsay British ambassa dor to the State Department last night and gave him the eagerly awaited news that the United States would be ready to discuss debt re duction shortly after March 4 FALSE REPRESENTATION nqumes complaints have been received at the Chester Times ornce concerning the activities of canvassinp crews up of Chester volunteer hremen who accompanvagents of a Ph lade phH evening newspaper from door to door Beckiii subscriptions P it has been authoritatively reported that the agents declare thei purpose to be that of aiding the Chester fire companies with caih pe inmms Various complaints haye been received bv the Time thu the solicitors each accompanied by a uniformed fireman have i J u C0ase subscribins lor the Chester Times in favor of riiht nf Times questions the ethics nnc thn iignt ot a Philadelphia newspaper to do this Also the erofuMy worded invitation to aid the Chester fire com panies financially is rather misleading The Chester city jroverrmom bujs all apparatus for the volunteer nre companies purchases the ffasohne and ml for all the units pays thc drivers salaries and take care of the lighting bills for the lire company headquarters TJir nixmen hold title to their own fire houses The Chester Times does not question tho riht of anv to solicit subscnhcrs in Chester bur it insists it is wronpto jnirn resont the real purpose of the cash premium which are NOT col lected for the purchase of apparatus and tho Times also resents suggestion ot any solicitor that H subscriber discontinues th Ohesirv nmes for a Philadelphia newspaper Sled man com The British were invited to send tne American steamship a commission to Washington to carry Merchant who directed on the negotiations Stimsons assurance was based on an agreement made at the White House conference yesterday by President Hoover and Presidentelect Roosevelt They decided that the Hoover ad ministration should prepare forthe debt discussions so that they could begin promptly after Mr Roosevelt enters the White House By this arrangement they hope to save six weeks or so which would have to be devoted to preliminaries if nothing were done before March 4 While the British commission is being formed Stimson and Secretary of the Treasury Mills will help Roose velfc prepare for the negotiations The state department and treasury archives containing the history of the debts will be opened to advisers j JAIL BREAKERS GAMBLING TRIO GIVEN MORE TIME FREED the of which foundered in midAtlantic The captain of the sunken freighter and three members of his crew were drowned while thc American Mer chant was trytnp to a line aboard he disabled craft i Prisoners Who Escaped j Suckers for Doin lcn nMAiim i Fr 0m Broadmeadows ance for Someone Else Prison Resentenced Two men who walked awav from DECLARES SYK j Vou are suckers for doing penance Broadmeadows Farm last August must for someone else Judgp Albert Duti Slatfs serve their full jail terms plus an ton MacDade commented yesterday i additional term of one to two yearswhen Samuel Priedkin Robert A i ferday dClCldcd in court at Mcdia 5es Nixon and John Traub three mem James S Harris i bcrs of R Chester gambling clique spendui PRICE TWO CENTS IN FLAMES Trapped in Bedroom When Fire Destroys Rear Part of Their Home Arson Suspect Held by Po lice After Running From Scene R Jclciased niter Constable Tear fully Pleads to the Court for His Release of Radnor township and Carl Ricco i W0rc alias Reynolds of l m county jail on gambling ten Continued on Last Pa shell of a man wrecked farm alias Reynolds of Lansdownc pleaded i wY0eks in guilty to breaking jail and were sen 1 L The three defendants together with TT T t i Robert Morrison John Connolly and UCllKlll ne Lee Athey were sentenced to serve county prison testified that the men two each and fined S500 and walked away on August 26 last while csls by Judge Pronefield following they were at work on the prison jPeir conviction on November 4 Their jdii tLllLl oL tenced by Judge Albert Button Mac Dade Samuel E Turner warden of half afle wluth it was annoimrcd that the wur debt discussion between the United TRAINER WOMAN 94 PASSES AWAY physically and in spirit D Harvev t Pennsylvania railroad police t lJl freight car and were returned to Sykes appeared before Judpe Albert I 5ounty sMsPcctcd of robbing j Dutton MacDade yesterday and while his body wracked with sobs literally ties j begged for his freedom Presenting a strange contrast to lYTarv C nf i defiant and cocky constable Itiaiy Vjr jkNlSllOp V ICIOXV Ol who stood and sneered two years 1 ago as Judge MacDade sentenced him to serve six years in the county jail Sykes admitted that he had Says Policy Manchuria Will Not Changed 111 Minister Dies in Room Where She Was Mrs Mary Gamble Bishop a life long resident of Trainer died yester day afternoon at 245 oclock in her home on the Post road her demise being due to the infirmities of old age She was in her 94th year Mrs Bishop who was the daughter of the and Mary Gamble pioneer residents of the southern sec tion of the county died in the same room in which she was born Harris was sentenced for liquor law violations last June 24 to a term to throe years Ricco for burglary on March last to a term nf nnr onehalf Harris must serve t JJ5 t three years and Ricco learned his for fiv1 years beforci beginning the new leniency sentence of one to two years for jail T feel sorry for you Judge MacDade remarked as Sykes sat at TV men no counsel Assistant his counsels table with tears streami DlsCnct Attorney Louis A Bloom rep ing down his face but you now realize how hundreds of people whom you sent to jail felt I will not parole you until I am convinced that you have undergone a of heart rcsented fche commonwealth I sentenced you you wasted PREACHER Txr J31 W IFE time expired on January 4 but Judge i to release them TOKIO Jan UP was until the fine and costs were paid warned by the Japanese government On Monday Morrison Athcy and today to stay out of Jchol Province v weie released when a goodi scene of impending conflict b intcrcsted in their Japanese and Chinese armies paid the money but despite i Japan regards nn integral currying throughout the city i of the new state of Manchouku lhe 55 ofclllSe repi Foreign Minister County Uchida said asked ihn Traub Japan could not look upon Chinese mainstay of peace in the Far East Count Uchida made it clear thru Japanese policy in Manchuria would not be changed despite international efforts to end the JapaneseChinese dispute Count Uchida said Chinese troops wttJ VI paid within sixmonths The bonds Continued on Last Pajre CONSCIOUS TODAY Weeks Opposes Pinchot Plan on Township Roads PITTSBURGH Man Borton Weeks president of the American Motorists Associa tion today was on record as being unalterably opposed to Governor Pinchots plan of taking over 53 000 miles of secondclass township in state Addressing the Pittsburgh Mo tor Club Weeks who also is pres ident of the Keystone Automobile Club said the plan for taking ovrr runil highways was absolutely I nm opposed lo Lhe nddillon of any more roadway at all at this time he said SURVEY REVEALS WELFARE NEEDS Increase in the Number of School Pupils Families Requiring Aid She was the widow of Rev G W j Bishop who served the congrega Supreme Courts tion of the Marcus Hook Baptist Church when services were held in the old church building located on Market street between Second and Third streets Marcus Hook for a pe DORENA Mo Jan nouu VJ i OO U fft J II ii iII 3 Of W 01 f Isl all d ill LllC the appealing i man swears at the preacher when rivr car here became GREENSBURG Pa Jan Superior and the i the minister comes were foolish ground for divorce to conscious today Two hungry circus lions liberatct I were concentrating on the borders of Manchoukuo and that some of them have invaded thc province of Jehol I China regards Jchol as Chinese territory The troops were concentrated along the riod of 25 years He died about eight years ago Mrs Bishop who since her chfid hood was actively interested in af fairs connected with Lhe Baptist church was a member of the First Baptist Church of Chester at the time of her death She was not only the oldest resi dent of Trainer but the only sur viving member of the Gamble family which was well known and socially prominent for many years Three nieces Miss Mary Pennell who resided with her and Miss Ella Gamble and Miss Anna Gamble of Bridgewater and one nephew John Gamble of this city tire her only sus vivors Funeral services will be held ather late home ncxc Monday afternoon with interment in thc f burial plot in Chester Rural tery it thv1 to God for At least that was one of the yesterday by Denver Wright i Border after thc Japanese penrtrnfcccl thai iv the highest tribunal nities cited by Mrs Clyde M Fearrr the 190acre island while Shnnhnilavanbclow the Great n vrmr Despicable character She also charged herhtisband with mcrs guided their pig pens with The government cannot GROUPKfOi Committee of One Hun dred Formed by Younger Men of the County Thc formation of the Delawrup to the Judge said years of age and we i sh in R 137 pounds said that he was and if confined They wont give ruined in health longer might die me a break in prison he said as he the confining work he per in the prison laundry He said he could not cat or and was under the care of the prison told of formed After hearing the testimony Judge MacDade told John De Haven Whit attorney for Sykes to prepare a plemental petition setting forth in detail more facts about the cc Judge MacDade wantedto know threatening her with a razor GOES TIGER HUNTING guns Wright who wants to County Committee of One Hundred nonpartisan semipolitical organ u look upon such a stain of TffaiVsTn lotion a selected group of younger w f King Alfonso from squirrel hunting to big game sallied forth with soft colls of kitty kittJ in swch of hi i i n i i j graduate China without the gravest apprehcn Spam and the He carried 12 pounds of bcf for thei Duke of Miranda left on the Rome breakfast express today for Naples where the plan to embark on a boat for Co lombo Ceylon on a tigerhunting ex pedition could do about payinp fine imposed upon him thr and iiinjuscii upuii rum ana said that if a parole should ever hi ciueltj granted tho prisoner would have to stay out of Fcnnsvlvania for the re mainder of hi life FILES DIVORCE SUIT RENO Nev Jan vorce suits on file here today eluded Wesley W Price vs Anna Price of Philadelphia married New York City i DI in sion to warn the Wo are compelled government and thc people of China against the unfor tunate eventualities that may arise WEEKLY WEATHER FORECAST weather outlook ending Jan 28 Middle Atlantic at beginning of week and again Wednes day or Thursday otherwise generally fair weather temperatures much above normal at beginning somewhat lower but still considerably above Continued on Page EVIDENCE LACKING YOUTHS RELEASED When the hearing of Walter Bntc iran of Taylor Terrace near Fulton street and Raymond Ross of Wood row street near Kerlin street ac men in this city and county was an nounced this morning by Its first president Malcolm B Petrikin of this city Thirty of SharpIncrease is evident In the number of parents and members of lamitiosof school children of thi city affected by unemployment revonled by a survey just completed in tno schools of thc city where pupils teachers nnd principals co openUed with Dr David A Ward superintendent in proparlng the data which will be forwarded to wel fare nuthorilies hi Harrisburg to be used in their statewide figures In setting up reiiof appropriations The survey which has been madefor thc iwsfc three years in the local schools was ordered this year by Governor Pinchot Figures for the thrce years of the survey are reckoned on three points the total number of wage earners normally employed at a gainful oc cupation In the families represented in each teachers clnss or grade totnla for this item wore in Sen tcmbcr Ifl3l 0J87 in January 1932 and in January of this year The second Item covered In the survey wns the total number of those undrr the first item who at the time of making each of the sur veys were not employed cither part time or till time Totals for the sec ond item were September 1D31 2355 Jnmmry 1932 2750 and January of thc current year n i i V t vv tlft JL Thirty of the founder members shnrp increase were present at a dinner meeting held I years Ptcccctm a consfci In nnsworSng tho finn1 question the tutlon a id bylaws and election of of teachers were asked to give their con fimr nt the Y W C A Chester on fldential opinion of the numbez of J 0 I n 1r i IA i1 1 i l SEIZED CONTRABAND RETURNED TOOWNER normal middle of week andmuch cusfid of enticement by two girl students of the Eyre School was called for hearing before Alderman Michael Honan at his offices on East colder Friday or Saturday By United Press AT JEFFERSON PARK 1 Gold Balance All liquor seized in raids by county detectives does not go down the drains of the Media courthouse nor to hospitals For for the firsttime in the countys history under theEighteenth it is going back to its owner Yesterday Judge W Roger Frono fleld signed an order to return to James G Fraer Llanerch Media Chemical Engineer o w iimmary nearins Tuc rhom are Chestei residents were elected L or clothing etc to be Riven bv some wilh president Pctiikln durcharitable society orImlLufon or ing 19 Oliver M Melville first Rroup in tho winter months to come vice president Joseph B Scatchard I here the totals did not diffe Such second vice president Chester over the first two years but showed trca SCCrC anciprnnkAlbany a large incrcase this year It is be Sixtconth street vcsterday thc case One Hundred outlined by thc presi was dropped and thc youths released dcntConsists of Informing its mem Batcman and Ross who had a pro bcrs and other interested citizens of liminary hearing Tuesday and were i however thai this iattoritom Jnc of the Committee of I can never be closely ascertained bv nr Ti l IT5 rTVnrl u i t i fc a school room survey as there are many pupils who would never divulpe the condition of needs of their homes no matter how serious cither from pride or other reason In this item the totals were September the county of the social political Bayard Fotilke of Media and vice link rod the whole Lhinc LnjnP president of the Delaware Chemical I Engineering Company of Wilming Mr Foulke has revealed he has Ed Reese Security Bond Deem ster Irfanch Had Rock Path Micara Fly On Valley Our Tat Polly Ewcll Can Fire Tanpralo Thistle Tom Alrra pints of whisky seized in a raid last October Fraser was acquitted of the Berlin since 1920 on the per of a revolving wing airplane a ting the Rohrbach model in around an aluminum shaft encased in an aluminum tube You can see how the thing works he added holding it in front of an electric fan The paddles began whirling1 around Then with a twist at one end of is president of Beguile Facsimile American Tewscnrlda Try robe Temps DAmour Wcga McTinkK Zean Ash by Chief Gypsy Joan C Bavcllc Fronl Slants Flaj er McGoniffJe Don Caesar Iquaw Lei Well Altmark Touch Last Attempt Lafta Seths Ballot Ked Vest Murphy Bobby Powers Bosky Confidential Strongheart Beauty Bride BuntingLad Cousin July Transgression Duelist Santcrno Broad Axo Blue Damsel Nisia Off Weather cloudy track fast AT HAVANA Decorous Arrogant Fast Life Excavation Surely Life Ruth ISIarie Tusta Princess Abduction Loyola Clem mic Miss Hutcheson Au thority Tea Topic Whanp Doo dle Air Wise Life Smilinp Moon Ead Virginia Hamhcks Dias Prince Mexican AVhiskin GVDSIC Chief psic Fair Jean TTome Shore Kid Taz Kinff Indian i AT HTALEAH PAPK V Sun Vestal Be Off Pa trice Runyon Hiph Glee j i I i Wcaihcr clear track fast has made plan p He dis V JC juiettsied in rhc comnanv authorities he Mr Foulkesaid he be ing his idea in 1920 ai madC of petition along with another p3tition t to have the sheriff destroy liquor in of Rethsr about four years agoV tne iccent term of criminal court of four balsam wood al other mem that will follow when thc wine is at n are said to tachrcl to an airplane and trie pilot mT the wants th craft to move backward The whole thiny is perfectly sim ple he raid We hope it work T m rather he added tor chaps have when they believe that the feather paddle ns Continued on Last Papc girls bringing the charges had asked that the hearing be delayed When the case rcopened yesterday there was no evidence presented and indi cations were that the charges were aimed against thc youths almost by guesswork on thc part of the ac cusers Miss Clara Gladwin of the House of Detention was present for the hearing but the charges were withdrawn and the case dropped had been ordered clv5c economic programs and day of their problem in which they have a finan of one of the cal political or human interest and of taking action on Continued on Last COUNTY DETECTrVES MAKE THREE RAIDS County detectives assisted by State Detective James raided three 1005 January 1932 noi and Jan uary of this ycnr 1077 FOMB STIRS HAVANA RAIN PREDICTED FOR THE WEEKEND Increasing cloudiness and slightly warmer is the prediction in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Occasional rain will i county establishments yesterday j confiscating evidence in all of the HAVANA Jan 21 bomb i exploded last night in front of the i Elliott of tho Ninth vrri principal drugstore and headquarters i Roie Thompkins of th 1200 Wa aL nf Vrnnctn i ni IJL uji DJOCK i nf l Left alone after their parents had put them to bed last night two Negro children one a mere infant roasted to death when flre believed to be of Incendiary origin broke ouc nnd gutted the interior of the house The little victims were Ernesfc Ward Jr 28 months old and his nvemonihold brother Ronald of JJ23 Paneoast street Both children j were dead when reached by firemen I who risked their lives in attempts to i cscue the babies before the flames icachcd their bedroom One arson suspect was arrested shortly after the fire started He is slated at police headquarters as John 54 a hoarder in the oV JlomeHe was arrested by btate Detective James Meli after the latter learned that Stewart was seen running away frorn tne burninc structure shortly before the flames were discovered The suspect is be ng held incommunicado at police headquarters pending questioning by county detectives today The parents of Lhe children Mr and Mrs Ernest Ward decided to visit the home of a neighbor after the tots were asleep The doors of the home were unlocked as they only intended to remain but a short time A few minutes after 9 oclock a man said to be Sunny Johnson noticed tho glow of flames in the house He ran towards thc flre and there he is supposed to have met Stewart Johnson asked Stewart to accompany him into the burnlno structure to rescue the children but Stewart rnn away and disappeared later being found hiding in a ga rngc two blocks away Others who heard Johnsons screams ran and turned in an alarm over the electrical system from Box 21 Second andFulton streets almost two squares away from The Franklin Hanley Good Will and Moyamensmjcr companies responded andwhile seeking the flre in the lo cality from where the alarm was turned in the flames gained consid erable headway When the firemen reached the scene flames were shooting from ail the secondstory windows and escape by way of the stairway was cut off Chief Alex Calhoun ran in the house when1 he learned the two children were trapped but a wall of flame met him at the head of the stairs and drove him back Eneas Carr of the Franklin Fire Company sustained burns of thc neck when he vainly attempted to enter the bedroom where the faint cries of the slowly dying children could be heard A large crowd gathered and sev eral women fainted when firemen were eventually able to enter the room only to find the charred remains of the brothers in their cribs It is be lieved the children were partly suf gnitcd their bedclothes and burned them to death Doctors were on the scene to render whatever aid pos sible but both children were beyond Tnedical aid when reached The mother of the children fainted nnd later became hysterical as did their grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Stewart who stood with the crowd while the firemen fought the flames Both bodies were removed to the morgue ofDeputy Coroner White at Third and Norris streets Topics of Times Thc highest temperature here ycs terdsiy was 58 at 1201 a m and the of Ernesto Sarrn druggist realtor and capitalist who is regarded as the man in Cuba ut lnr hJOCk n T Green street Linwood was un hnv wsw TflWent degrees nU Ull rnr Ti on AMERICAN LINER IN DRAMATIC SAVES CREW OF SINKING FREIGHTER year der bail for court Ebrt nf Flidgc road Tln wood was held in bail for court rriinimum when thc offlccrs tcstincd as to the i today Is tho average January 20 last Maximum temperature for Mic Although the electoral college hasnt yet told him F D Roosevelt must have a hunch that he was cctcd president last fall They had to tear out a wall at fcha Scott Paper Company to get a 56 on machine into the building But iffictals there say they dont mind a ittle thing like that There has been no heat in the West End Free Library for a few days And hot reading material isnt to be found in the building After 40 years an Essington man divorced his wife because she treated shed in 1013 and cruelly After that long youd think hed be used to it WRECK AT SEA American Merchant Saves Those Almost Doomed on Freighter Highway Users Assert Rights held in 51000 bail for court on RS of riellim nnd posscssine in toxicating liquors u s TREASURY BALANCE Ja n 21 f UP RETURNS TO HIS OFFICE Tom Rcardon a number of em geC their rites during a year A specialist comes out with a Josiah Smith former District that scho01 do tornev and a prominent men bcr of P vacationWe Ji i ciaic him say their mothers dont I the Delaware County Bar who has been confined to his home since last Wednesday suffering from a heart NEW YORK Jan 21 I S S American Merchant labored through mountainous seastoday with i 22 shipwrecked British sailors from j the freighter Exeter City saved by the gallantry nnd seamanship of her master and crew Four men were lOSt i It was a new page in the book of i heroic rescues sen The scone war the North Atlnntic 1575 miles cast i of New York A gale piled up sfjar as high as office buildings nnd ma rine officialr ashore could sec little possibility of rescue StiJ Captain have entorerl Giles C Stcdmnn of thc Til I Merchant maneuvered hir heavy liner around thc freighter until the 1Tcordt Dutstrange as it may seem 4 The TrcarUrv net baJanrr or liniT LUmrnf Vy 1M11Ionnp rrom a And another claims that the hat less fad promotes mental disorders Why say it promotes em Isnt it that day 548 insisLed on to one of em j ou his offices in the central section of f We dont knov whether its the A number of Delaware county boys A small fine serves as a Whoa ton College toPlV whose work is arc makinrr good new little green houses erected in Washington that is attracting the squirrels to the White House grounds or the fact that there is so much food around while congress is in session Robins bluebirds and snakes have appeared in Maryland during tha past week And in the district ad joining that state lame ducks and braying wild jackasses have been numerous for quite a spell 22 seamen were taken ofL The American Merchant i miles away from the Exeter City they have become bachrIors PachrlorV was If Bachelors in almost cvAy scnsr of of rhm ir the word They do their r y ey o ter i when it picked up thc Jatters S O S ing ironing cooking and make their the It took three hours fnr thr shrnt own beds l It took three hours I run Then a titanic iagainst sea began Messages from for the of Breweries are springing up all over the country but even with beer leeal this program they will have little on ortion of the jtne millions of small distilleries c in addition most outside work to help spite of this of in the ac thc school claiming from The Weather tfie almosC impossible difficulties that they jive and though i rrien four on the were being overcome levied by their elected r r in basketball and The firstjncssage announced that the current operating cxnemcs rnn TbP debate r CaptamTS D Lcgg of the Exeter nected with it The general boys arc little j Cityvand three of her crew had been work is apportion the r Gray i i 1 Continued on Last Pace i Dr that purpose Robert Strain WASHINGTON Jan Forecast for tonight and Sunday players J Eastcrn Pennsylvania Western Penn nn thX sylvania and New Jersey Cloudy and warmer probably occasional rain to night and Sunday TODAYS TEMPERATURE R a m42 10 a m 44 7 a m 4t 11 a m 45 8 a m 46 Noon 43 9 a m41 ;