Chester Times, January 27, 1933 : Front Page

Publication: Chester Times January 27, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT IMH* ( IHC I I-AT IC* N FOR >1 \ 'IMN I US F MU V« >1 PTI 'IBKR 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YKA ll—NO. 17,501. NITRATE RIPPLY TI* JAPAN CAUSES WAR SPEC! RATION Some Sources See K\ten-s i v c Preparations — I Mite rs ( ast I>mihts Un vs Nitrate and Lott on in lf. S., Kacli I'sablo in Hiith Kxplosives .rd Wire Report* of United Pres International N#w« Service INS ;Uri Cl I KST KU. PA., FHI PA V. JANUARY 27, 10.13 FIGI TIT FN PAC i KS PRICE, TWO CENTS IN ROOSEVELT CABINET? WASHINGTON. right, 1933. by Ur errs sing shipment* .Japan have ta used so as to the possibility ma preparations arr goini informed officials herr such conclusions ’n their opinion, if p T'mtrd Ftatrs are brin an. 27 (Cop ted Press Ii of nitrates br hep REPORT PERSISTS GLASS AND WALSH TO BE IN CABINET Apparent I) Trust worth.* Sources Indicate Roosevelt Selection Senator Johnson, Republican, Said to Be Sought A iso for Port folio RAIN TO FOLLOW CLOTHY AN E ATULE If alii be cloudy today, followed by rain this afternoon or night, in Fast* em Pennsylvania V'» Jersey. Hr . ware and Maryland Tomorrow's forecast ^ generally fair and coldei The highest temperature hen* yesterday was 46 degrees at h p. rn and FORD COMPANY A SM,LELFOR OLn MAN DE™ESs>°N ROOSEVELT (iFTS PLANTS CLOSED AFTER ■‘WALKO! T, WI 3 J, al o a Of 4 J w '<ks ten de firer-' he date and I t he veragc J*nut Max urn temperat .s M ablksheo in I urn in 1927. od av aa u* at 7 I will I lx* at 5 14 p WASHINGTON, . The Washington Pos Sena ar Carter Ola gmia Democrat and . Jai .    27 (UP nd today that veteran Vir-thoritv on fi- C Discussion ’*• pureha? ran and rn of In 1931 Japan bough nitrates in the United .S’ thp plan’ at Hopewell. V rn the country and seer the world, sent to .Tapa Shipment* os** from 75t (ember to 1.933 ton 3 OOO tons in Derei Japan s total .rn '•da from all conn anc for the fir?! t ns against the sa pi reeding year, h th" po**ibilit> of from other countr Stat"*. X.xertion.** in th# of Deputies racer* buvt ig munitions i called in mnnettil American nitrate* were 23,480 tons month* of 1932. t plant sold nj.408 ti Japans cotton p creased sharply. I State* expor ton to Japan ♦he year be short staple United State in exports o uh usable ii h explosives OOO tons o •*. In 193 the larges in 14 617 ton? o tons in Sep November am I HOM XN I U UMI Montana Attorney (.corral J W Bot ment Rnose* Spring The thor it* offeree Hiram Repub Dem ccepted of Trca tor Tho I relined had b Preside FORD CHARGES PLOT IN STRIKE Tells Loudon Raper Rn als Seek to Halt Production of IIL ( ar Strike of Bod} Making Employes in Detroit Affects 1.50,000 Workmen I if teen Hundred Worker* in laical Plant Notified ot Shutdown i pp r name »rma! itmer annotine LONDON. Jan, 27 t INS London Evening Rtan da rd quoted Hem A Ford aa cl mr gin th# present strike aa Inch htiBS t Y'nrri pin lit s was due to t he eft 9 4 pw day* from Mr hi* competitors to prevent rum fro! Darters at Warm putting a new car on the market Declaring it had talked to the ma Ires* learned an- *°r manufacturer on the transntlan Mr Roosevelt has tie telephone, the newspaper quote ! post to Senator Ford as follows aliform* Insurgent My competitors are trying to »tn - earnestly seeking anomer Ford car from being mad* Johnson supported They have succeeded for a f# w hon:* Sec Strike's End By Next Monday DETROIT, fixed J wiv r (tianted by t Jan 27 (UP' A «tr per hour aahs ie Briggs Manufartly »od*v rn an rf fort to break ttic strike whirl) has pat aly zed if* alin,attorn and a used tile cut C m nam to shut down its plant* Bl Ig# nfflr als said they he skc Would !>e ended bv Monday back on full < md p:odin "iou put ime. The new wa plained, fixes ge policy, lf wu# ex-3 minimum payment regardless of aa lief her the worker la rfotnis enoi igh work on a pier# rate basta to b# entitled to the n mount. jNr*s s to the Uni French Cham that Japan * France were 0 Fiance. Th 1931. In n • Hopewell, \ « to France, •chases have 1932 ’he Uni 2 240,000 bales of e against I 744,000 b Mo t of his ’ on But official* ii say thi* increase was due lo ’fie -na’a Merlin# in cotton prices They v I,.liers, a cheap form of tot ton wast*, are used for manui aet lire of gun Colton and other munitions. "To use staple cotton for gun cotton would be like buying porter house st* ak to make hamburger, one -jfllciu.1 said. “Furthermore tlieic is possibly an 18 per cent. wastage of * otton in manufacture. Japans textile industry is capable of supplying enough waste material to fill ail conceivable r cd., in explosives manufacture." Direct exportation of arms and war equipment to Japan have been ?mall. according to customs bureau figures. Exports to Japan for eleven month* of 1932 show:    Shotguns, It; machnie guns. I: shotgun shell* 95,000; metallic cartridges, 24.0(9; airplanes I; parachute? .75. To China Revolve:    464 liflpv 8: shotgun- 174- machine and hear? ordnance guns, 12; smokeless powder .33 (*69 pounds; nirpla M 0 V ¥ 3L * tit 11 lf (.I X^s \irginia Secretary of Treasury SCOTT MUST PAV FINE ANO COSTS Failure to Ho Sh AA ill Mean Additional Term of Thi •ce Months Company United R iefinitv jM- int n >rkit ie en The Fort worl at the delay ami loss# s ame ■ ic. u <1 0(Kl CKX* a Hester plant, with 1500 wor y cater day at 4 p. rn. A ' ig force of 5000 wa* expecto ti of next month, shutdown order from Del ut into effect. Ford official* d, because th# company Arn. able to obtain bodle* from two Hic* thai supply the bulk of bod I* Near 1\ ISO OOO Ford s throughout Ll*# nation arr n DETAILS OF DEBT FROM SEC. STIMSON Sends Two Personal Rcp-resentatixes to Departments at Capitol British Chief a Active in Effort to Foster Favor for ( ancellation WASHINGTON resident-elect R< un Ihough the remote con HU* perse An Me I ch 4 Another p# and economic O. Tug Wfii, financial phasi The two pre fie attention al moved rn Ast cr: INS* - forth- one of e and lynvond depart - it 41- rirb * bol tions Mean win were not day*. Sir R ambassador a tor J ow pf n nm the Br e. On ald Fun I' Rot . bern I lf Kl tot. MIks \ I It (. I\I \ si Mill, leb* , t he h to in un-' WM is a mulla H* served has been in the Si He to 74 Senator Walsh, no* continuously in the 8 He is recogn most constitutional Ii He was the Rer in its investigation < administration oil scandals. CUKSTKR <1.1 ti I USHS IN imilMIK A. ATC It Hip Hr a in D* of! of F IIEMIV FORIX frying to obtain conli rn - 16 CITY POLICK ( OCK’ I HKAKINCS TODAY Making his second appearance in Motte# court within a few d<\s James Bradley, who gave his address in th# 800 block West Fifth street wa* sentenced to 30 days in the Samuel Scott, a for of the First Ward, ti: sentence of two years conspiracy and malfe-"' expires oil Monthly, pf Judge'? Albert Dutton John M Broomall and Judge Mac Dade that Iv to pay the fine and co to $421. bcf cire he w. from jail. Judge Mac Da de told Tin* Chester cain bridge \ nni raged the Wilmington Whist Club test night at the local clubhouse an Wel»h .street and met their master* in an fWt H great #1* exciting duplicate bridge match not help that concern in an rffoi new Ford from lea a “I know what to shall fight them anc production cannot l> Manufac-and sub efnplovo Miirrav stopped Kl irs for as Ford u t ion on ty to get ie. from Briggs for prove?sing wa •n by Murray officials as the rea-foi th** laving off of their men I. Ai si disturbance growing out lie strike occurred today at I)e« * when HOO Foni workers enroute • -    t’-. .”*■ pl,in:    I* a#led of th* d*»Avn and demande d flee street- n> Cor|>m af ion cl America nectary supply of b Ford models, e breakdown came Just -tarting full time prodi 1933 models. Inabili Robinson na* bern ac tive m endca* mg to he«d-off th# indignant < bursts of those who arc opposed cancellation or reduction of the dc Sir Ronald* activity about Bcnafe and hi* direct app I colt out, (lid Man Denresainti, here comes a dimpled smile? It * owned Democratic leaders w ho aa s! hr Miss Virginia >rwH|, Ila ll limn *■ girl, who has been adjudged winner of a command of Hie next Kenai mutest lo find Hie prettiest and most elYerllve smile in Maryland Miss usual to say the lea*! mid I Newall will now represent her slate in a national conies! to determine the considerable comment about it today ow lier of the most attractile smile.    some of it, distinctly unfavorable —rn. .mi    ..........i—.-.I...-.I ... — I*oreign ambassade*    >    <»nfm# their approach#a to the government (o the Ktatr* Department. Tile Lindsay-Robin? on visits wcr# described a* “purely social," a de-scrip!ion flint wa* partially fortified bv Sir Ronald* appearance on th# I Senate floor. Foreign ambassador* and ministers do not usually appear I im* Places in Fifth Ward Forrrful t alks Foaluro ron«" !," ‘1 flow* except on t purely formal and slate occasions. Aisited; ( out ta Ii a ti (I ( onfrrenco at (hr Third Thr* hH,rf Pr*’v h#>we\,r. that th# amba**ador was sounding out Presbyterian ( hurrh Continued on Page I miriern FEDERAL AGENTS BIBLE SCHOOL CONDUCT Ii R AIDS WORK DISCUSSED Seized bk Lvidenee ii ag (’ ll KST K IMW A1 BR I IR i B It WK PROMOTION a bf; opp* ut I can M Twenty-four hands were played and the visitors, displaying expert know I- DKA I: BOI’ edge of the game, managed to gain i —Henry Fo high score. Th# local team was made phone int*1/ up of B Y Wilson. William T. Galey, Evening Sh* B J. Diggins. Willis K Ola user, Wil- hi* offices h ham M Towel. Walter Palmer, WH- to amplify ham Sodrn and William Oracimr lust arrange The visitors' tram was composed of amounting Messrs. Bishop. McKinley, Irons. la* released Gant, H J. Bailey. Moore, K. Bailey and Chick* ring A social tim# fol-ott, that lf lowed th# match, with refreshments Pc d Dc *rv* that r to ' •s of thee, e and cd by ■range tam act fled <1 c meeting ie Rev "radio mod la ne *00 HUX ii# proprietor <t was con? ilie conter yod bef»*re 'Die •e one- ted en ut reef, home * agents gallon r# de-trance Hi# principal aj*e,.k#r at the aftermeal session of th# Hummer Bible School CVnfe retie # m ti rday, at the Third Presbyterian Church, Broad I    ■    __ and Fatter u el* w ,i Rev. George Announcement ha* bern made of A J a *tk el, af Keo nett Square, whose (be promotion of Harr* I Gray a* assistant treasurer and assistant secretary of the Chanter Cambridge Bank and Trust Compony, Fifth and Gray, who ha* I lie lithic In Out Mod- loplf Wf em World " ii' fold of th# swiftness of the modern aire of hurry ami martian!- t MaVket strrrta Mr rut ion and aid thai although there o##n a popular attache of the bank-1 .is Kl* ai movement to ’he age ' jn(J institution for some years J;, a would .**#m almoin as though the p„st rhIrf ronRtt| nf (hr phiiarlr|- p*r ad I wing * rved. A return match will be played n the near future rn Wilmington. he did not pay the fine and costs he would have to remain in jail for a period of three months after his    _ present enf enc ex). I. Ct Maud.I' 3 |,20D ( NEM BI/) A ED H* county prison vagrancy, Three other defendants to far Magistrate Honan this morning wer icier* efj They were Thomas Dodd? of Morton avenue, and John Mc chained with It was explained to Scott that if he could post a pn assuring the co fine and co ’?-, his lib#’rt’r. Scott was con VII Mondr It of tin granter IN THIS COF NTT DETROIT Ford today efforts have cs wide ir out of job. Stalking dramatically throng! picket lines. Ford, unattended e for a chauffeur, appeared at Highland Park plant of the I Manufacturing Company shorn for# Dam A surprised crowd and onl<*ok#rs made •ti n oat ion-HK) men ii Ford Comfjen dlffi<'Ulties wit down was flu Briggs i*lant. One# during operation* to fuel regulation n e H* til » F" e, I tr» (lose hi*? or trouble, but of-potnt out that (he if mi? having no Kxr and ttir *.hut-the strike at th* M< •r e of homebie* agents say t oiieiating lr first fffHJr f< to tim sty J rtf it os t h# wa en 'rt rtnwn on unit fit# northeast id Morton ave. ne ted Wilharr tor A qua tit if a iged Her# the found a conli harm til# bmyrnent to flu prying "foamy suds" ins, I roc11'! \ wan in .I circular direction phtft brand) of the American In-id at presenl V Board. Adv ar Fotd cirl til* rn) to martin often during tho southeast cm m r < f M< II-1 ( d 'rn st fret? John 8eg*» fed as proprietor of the fit they found a small quart-nor on a bar which had been 200 pi for hi billian, l onv lr bo:’i of whom were oral other con ■im(god with intoxicaHon. Herman He was grant*<1 r» kVorrcll, 18. of Moi on avenue near state Supreme C s'int h street, was released in his own i convicted H# wa ccognirancc. He was arrested on of the count? and I iuspicion of attempting to steal a*i *o th# sum of $221 utfnmpbile. Inch d n •r c cia' HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Ii? fluted Pres?) ?«; In this S?a‘# total 9 9 p-»r r-nt of the work-    he marc! hon. according to til#    Fift'un r .ates of the Department    anti Plied frv in this county and sped (employed persons. Th- sir the county's work- comment, except a mutter here and there "The old man himself!’ The employment estimate* of th# What action th# motm- magnate department are used as a basis for Intended to take in this newest th# distribution of State and Federal    phm* to threaten    hi* va-t    organtza- WARHINOTON, Jan.    27—-(INS i—    relief funds. The statistics were    ti on. co'llf1 nnlCj,,KU's7,    i Treasury balance as of    January 25.    compiled from report* for the month    I wm ks "    ' th*- Ko id    Com- $355 488,137 56. rxp-nditures, $5 226,-    of December. which showed a    ractuting    ,    *, . 089 78; custom’? receipts, $14 978.- definitely downward trend In employ-    to^VirV    jV    p-0*1 u'lion ' 'fo-'*! ( ontiniH'd un l’a*e I owrtern l ltOltlNC HI,AZK AT in I . S. I HY \K| It \ HAI. ANC E At 1 value ; AA a* t place, thy ol set Up. A pool room on Morton avenue yielded a quart and a pint of liquor ond t wo lime* of home ore w, Another place visited wa* In tit# Iii; Abl.KY CAK ACK 1 “* I • r. • ".rn . «... f eery store Although th# officer* i found nothing in Hie place, Jam#* While Incendiarism I* suspected In Cwppln, th# proprietor, wa directed tile fire at the Hendley Express and to appear befop rofrtml*'ton*r Pa’-Kiotage Co, Inc., gatage, Third anderson in the Federal Building, at Crosby streets, yesterday morning, philadelphia, today for a hearing, resulting in rianiuge to th# structure J After leaving this city, til# federal and lens of three larg# moving vats agent* w* tit to Marcus H**>k, where end surrounded bv great mnfuaion s»itut# of nanking He express od doubt a* to wiiether th# w n mrmbrr '()f t inside progress of man was in pace with hi* material progress, in the de-    ONE-WAV TRAFFIC sire to heroine modern.    I    , W* I i id itwin the pc I mid tiler** Beginning today. Wall .street win h l a tam'* to u? a (teat heritage from parallels Kdgmont avenue, between the past,” said the speaker. He de- Sixth street and Welsh street, will * • a**! til#' pie * tit day tendency to ig- la* ojien only to one-way traffic The neie hi that Is old as #iibirle*#, and small, narrow thoroughfai' u, iu*rd then #i'##f a number of instance* in mostly by delivery trucks, but re -which thine* <»f great ag# are still emily the owner* of the properties ll? <#1 tut n ba MS for modem method* abutting Wall Street, st tile Welsh of living.    street, end, have rom pl tuned about Turning briefly to jinHUr* of th#- their wan* being damaged bv trucks pr» ii* nay, th* state and national being backerl into the small Mrr’et. legislatures and the political parties: i id for ll it attempt* to NKW BABI Hts 6 IFT III chang# legislation dealing with ob-! Cfi CHRON. Pa, Jan 27 'INS) -s* i \ anre* descended from tile loiri'a.Th# baby daughter of Mr and Mrs. commandment* and also fat their Rnlvndore Guide wa* in print today. #1* ?ire to make prohibition abolition lf** than 24 hour* after being brought a ma sot feature of the recent cam- into the world Tiny Mi** Outdo paign The present day wa* referred broke into the limelight when it wa# to a* “an age of naming maturity ss , found sh# possessed six teeth st, birt ii, three upper and three low er teeth. well move rrria v to a, naming youth," H# con-(’ontiniKof on Page I ourteen (.I SMY \ SI FNI, ( Mf 208 RI. AT AGI X ( XI II NIF 1—Cursor, ()u!< k Indian. 2— Dunes, YI it the Deck. Gobi C'rrve* Dr. I.oui* Hammon, C'.tdvd <1 Phlori. 3—Fa* fiaro*. Iivert*»n. Mary sr. I.uiir sa buster, Yted Currant. Nahunta. t— i None I, 5—Princ ess Val. Ka Heal Lass. f air .Mole, Governess, Cousin Ythel. X"ol- quary. a_( .irtjgo, ( apt Danger. Jaywalker. Afridid. Y I .Monte. Jack YI 7—Valley ('ueen. Kagc». Morvouns, Dud# Rancher, Forked. YUII Henry. XXeathei cloudy; track ‘•low. A I III XI I XII I* MIK 1—/orana. re## h, ltall> Hound. Gritford. (told Basis, Durbars Knight. 2—Y ire \e*k ( alone, \ urn, Xborah. Mission Time. :*— i None . i— t None I. Voilei. '— Nonet. 7—( amp Boss, Bay Pos#, l ady Indian l egend ( udrile, "alden Weather, rlear; trark, fa?t. XI FMR GROUNDS I—North shadow Princess Queen. Black '-quaw. Non# I “—Hot vhot. Lorraine * , Lullaby ?d I— None. I .7—Quarter Deck. 6— None I 7— None.) T—Pac Ii pc o. "rather clear, g*»*' AT ll XX XNA ) — Home Gossip. Royal Y vpress ( albe. J—-Red I.ikker. sandals 3—Nellie ( u?tis, Tricycle. I— None I. ,7— None I. r,— Nelson, Panfron, Thundrrspeed " eatherproof, Brown Mole 7— >ur-1 On- I agwood. (iabri"!le f’idinctie; Bagpiper, Fair Xagan.    't '!#. ( ■ Weather, dear; trark, fas*. YipeiN' X CHERRILL TO WED SOON offlc tai* up body supt Ka-Iv tort a san to carry th# entire n; Over th# c plants dosed of strike* ti* FO ut o iona uteri int iff •'at ion Al a vs# rn bl A lie ir work- From Ixmdon Fe v f,. e dispnfrhrs from ti.'' London f ctnnaf Rtandaid quoting Ford a* charging in a tran*-atlantic telephone interview/ that his competitor* are responsible for the strik# in the body plants. Md any pan cen th#' * determining the    they raided an establishment    con- I d bv fire offirla    ducted bv Nick Cuzzmnn in    the lOoq gh detectives her*    Yd*w k Market street Hey#    a    five-    A    large    sedan,    owned    bv    former an employe* of th* gabon can cif “moonshine” wa* seized Chief Jt.-.tbe Robert Von Moseh/teker Ab ’Ii**'e a- .- ted w.-«• given pear* and nur mf Pennsylvania judieterv out shortly before iii before I}. £ f'omnii .stoner Pat- license No 8, wa* stolen today bv It wa* preceded tenon, charged whit ??*le and fvv-ses- two gunmen from a central city hat wa* heard for Mon of intoxicating liquor, witn the garage, ta Philadelphia. he only person In    #xc#’|itlnn of Blackburn, wtio    wa    n|so    After    threatening    th#    night    it- e time whs Michael charged with th* mantifueftire of in- tendant, John Winfield, 37, with tv he did not s#C’ toxical mg drink*. Curtman wa* their pistols, th# thieves leisurely ige    - >mmMted in defsuff cif iiail.    *1; l opicsof I lines off ll X XI XI.I " X i.ic •» r not 11 large automobile, or the sedan bearing Pennsylvania la en?e and a new car of th#’ mall con -bl# cc up# tvp1" b nil Delaware pb collision at 'Iii I rd and L!o carlv thi* morning No ria suiting, th'* drivers cf both I Ifvfl ar 11 s pr* destroyed wa? #F4jr* jlliVfStip by Fire Chief Captain Geor, Y IHI I CAMDEN. Flame* tod a s Printing lie- , tied th# rom-»r tremble re-!«ad to Ahi as-started bv ft, The fire btarted by mu of th# trucks wuth battery ti# conducted a rd Detective ( a Mllt S, N. I HIGH SCHOOL JAIL TERMS FOR Mlll-YEAR CLASS STORE ROBBERS SI f i rad u at os IJ peri vc Hi- rhoy I* ared 50 to 100-5 oar plomas af l-xurciscs in Sent onces; 5 5 oars as Smodlov School    I    Heaviest Some ga* aervlce station operator* rlroppefi their price to 6-cents a gal-on yesterday. If they keep this up it won't b# worth the while of bandi!* to mb the places. Hot new* from Sharon Hill the*# da vs Bandi!* there un! pepper to blind their victim during a holdup. You ran tell an able busine** exerti-1 ive to#!a- bv Hie company he keep*, sex Wi'-e Guy. IN’ That remind* that while familiarity ma’, breed contempt, the fellow who know* hi* job real well t he,*# da vs is sticking to it, Harry McCoy Ray# one difference between men and women is that a roan dcie* not really become fond of a hat until he ha* worn it two years, he Inflation—What is It? An Economist Tells Hou 84 r CIHA of Cheeter- Infonn ut* w.c. graduated    pl“; trclMn held in the nine chn • Slued!* y Junior eastern ? '#* nth and Upland would be iif dinlnnuc    150    to    JO of «il.S tO Judge Media ’ >n t i mg five coling rn* n. who    To date. President -elect Roosevelt id-d gv.l’.y • committing ha.* been presented with four silk ai slur# robb#‘rie* in th# hat*. What he really needs before ’ *n of ti # county, that it he assume* office is an au'omatie po»Mbl# to impose term* of handshaker, f) year* providing .sentence ;    —— • p. # cl an ail indictments,    Speaking about the gold standard a i M Broomall, 3rd. at here, a spe aker said peopio must ha'# morning, fated the Court faith in their currency. Faith, p* tic. i in the because you know, is belief .n something unit ■ felt for th# families” of seen. HY NKX I NIMMONS /slant Pf of easer of I.* tan nm i< I nicerstl? of Chi# ar#» to bt lop int ■chich in aii( tamed bv ,* 3 D#ba.«i This opera! induce gr*-H * r (Urn 4 Issue of add;; pap# r moncv wl a distinct method a CHICAGO, Jan. 27 'UP The word " inflation' means to the swage Sac man either a bad name which can b# given to unworthy pr#>posala, or a panacea for financial ills. Th#- word is hardly less abused in mean® of boireo economic? The follow mg measure:. # ■ .* *.; <:.j may tx- described, however, in th#- Th** fir-; #ia-present situation as inflationary or have oui’, slient t‘national;.' or antideflationaryi. level, for press/: I I,ending and invftRfment by th#- ic *>rv< . may f? fin r# I help to iv t *, forts n a coil cf ti »n fie nates t r lee# if them perm broo# Th by th Ike a useful Blae ch# trip of RO#-ie! prs and being o ,<*n though hi* cf **?#!##] ii,' finnn He urged the grad and to go to col lf not to rn.' cit /.am and no to he*' rn# pre-/ t< 23, of Kan father of t-fine and # years in t Central Bank Federal It* trve rant incre: Banks.' and governmental agenes The in pi Tend c la? such a* the reconstruction Finance hasdiv fail to ct Corporation, which increase pre: ire higher and amount.’ a fie price reased cash ti1;# Mg’il ft - investment urcr can Willi? Pres A. Ward, gave a br B mn, I i VV J- -Mil! j rift t in cs to b*- fhe larg** audience and of congratu nc#*,s were: Howard Toy, flow ne. married and the o small boys, to pay $.700 st* and .serve five to IO e Eastern Penitentiary. Walter Schmid’. 27, of Iwnsdowne, $.700 fine and cOM* and serve 18 month* to IO year* in the county pi i >on. He, ry S'emmel. 30, of Lansdowne, $ >(>') tin#- and com % and serve four ri v ti .i iv:’’<■}) to eight y> . . in ti.# Eastern Penl- rch# • Ta. follow# d tentiary. .n*#un*'pd bv It v it"!,..#* Parrino. 21. of Clifton .Ii, pastor I. ne Heights. $500 fine and costs and serve hutch. Dr. David 15 months to IO years in the county id* ut of school*, prison s of w#firome to Joseph    McGee, 17, of Pleasant Ville. N.    J.,    committed to Huntingdon Re- I lie Weather >du#-f-d larg# ions to the members of the grad- formatory. WASHINGTON. Jan. 27—'UP) — F«»rer»*it for tonight and Saturday; Yastern Y’enn*vl\am* Ytain, t hanging t#> snow in south and snow in north p#»rtion tonight and 'saturday; ropier Saturday and in south portion tonight. Western pennsylvania:    Rain, changing lo snow and colder tonight; Saturday local snows and colder. New Jersey:    Rani    tonight    chang ing to snow late tonight or Saturday; (older Saturday. TODA VS I YMKER XU KFS I hr yr" saying in Hollywood that X irginia ( herr ill. who < tv " th'd the cash reervf ' h-*rtr ( ’’arite Chvplir" !#a*llns I.-*#*v. i* rome 'n !»** an Xpril    2 Governmental I.##.v Ct - 'n’, a compsnMvely n*w : rren figur-’, a'so abox", is said lo anre an ex#- of #xpr    *    * »•*» (.*8-r "-if -f in# r-m'ne*.    eorrenf    t^x    r*'    en:i#r.    o    hich    oiTratrs for private investment by augment- *han they would otherwise have been wh'-ther rxprndituie are mad# to increase governmental services for Continue#! on rag* I otirteen ua’mg cia-s. TTii* wa* followed by •’n*!’fief *' Ice! if.,!. by »r,e ft cit#' I, a , Pre,sentation of diplomas was made ( ontinued ##n Page f? ?"t '< , The aged mother of Schmidt. Avhen sentence m his ca?# was pronounced, swooned and aaa* carried to th# ante- C **n»inned on Page Fourteen j IO a. rn 6 a rn. .. ....38 ll a. rn. .. 7 ..,.78 Noon .... 40 8 a rn. .. . . 40 I p. rn. .. 9 a rn, 44 2 P- rn. . IO a. m. .40 \ I A ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: January 27, 1933