Chester Times, January 28, 1933 : Front Page

Publication: Chester Times January 28, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT PAIP ( NU I L MION 'OR SIV MOM HS ENDING SU'I KM BKR 20,108 , FINAL EDITION ★ * ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.502. Daily I p«?pc1 Wirr Rprv'r** of Ti • r.d Internattrr.il N>»« Si: (ted Prp** . ice ISSI I UT FRENCH CABINET OTOOL-PIGEONS’ IS OVERTHROWN; FOR DETECTIVES GERM VNV? QUITS RAPPED BY COURT Boncour’s Ministr> Not cfi (citicism of “Operators” Out Ha Deputies, (her Is Elicited by Prcscnt-the Budget    m°nt of Bills for Service ( hancellor Von Schleicher Veteran Detective for the SAVING HER TEARS Tilts With Hindcnburj: (hor Dictator PARIS. J ll. 28 ii NS hours rf im pinioned French Chamber of drj O' erthrew th'* covernmen •Inn'ph Paul-Boncour bv i lo im. Tho cabinet foil a* ti a nrr llano ioi w helm in no iip\cd to prrhnu-rir bt noes before mined to hr had Bullitt. Pi r.sid* tit Paul-Bo IEI) err t bul f hr i lane mr a live per coni direct taxer The rhan.br, s Socialist opposing Paul-Boncour s rind the scheme for bal budget, precipitated the downfall. Aside Pom muddling ti of French internal po Premiers fall also was have thrown a hitch In narv Franco-American iv I conations On Iv a his defeat, Paul-Boncour International New* Sen conferred with William former emissary of the la Wilton, on “political, re financial nutter An hour after the vote rour and all the mem! cabinet handed their rrs President I^Brun. at I Palace. Before the rabinet was aid had bern sought and obtained in a compromis) isis and Radical Roriahs deal failed, after 65    < articles of the program passed. The Socialist«. however an item demanding a i educt ic the salaries of civil service emp A vote of confident" one of I ontinueri on Pa*** Im ANOTHER NOR’KAST STORM ON ITS WAV A second Bale. equal in intent! the one of Thursday v.>    . wee up the Atlantic seaboard todav ] Norfolk. 'Disturbances of marked intel r"ntral east of Virginia Capes move rapid Iv northenstwaid. t ho official report by the Wea Bureau. The storm was pre aged last r toy a cold, driving rem and snow. a rapid Iv falling barometer Unusually high tides, kicked ui the recent northeast:. swept a tile Delaware Fiver, inundating I area* and causing line iminted d age and distress while timbers other drif"»ood enriai cered ship} District Attorney Praised bj Judges rhe operators employed by pri-te detectives to obtain evidence • the district attorney s office, weir med a Ion*, grade of stool-pigeons long other things, by Judge John Broomall and Judce Albert D\t-i MacDade yesterday, when toil's • special detective service were pie-lied for the court s approval Lit/ rd at thor A I.told I McNeal. Dom in and James A Melt, three private c -feet iv es working for the district attorns s office, were advised to Att new operators to obtain "buys" rn speakeasies The present cop of stool pigeons now being used. is terrible.’’ declared Judge Broomall, addressing the detectives. • No jury would convict any men on th' lr testimony, and I advise von to get new operators, with at least the average amount of brains/' The discussion over the operators Started When McNeal, Meli and Lit/ presented their bills for special detente .'Civic in obtaining evidence against alleged speakeasies. It is customary for I he private defectives lo hire operators to go to the suspected places and get evidence, The.'c operators testify din mg the trial of the rase and during the last term of criminal court, it. was noticed that a large maiority of the juries were not impressed by the stool-pigeons testimony, and acquitted the defendants Judce MacDade approved the bills of Melt and McNeal, and commended the former for tile good work hr is performing for the countv, He refused to approve the bill of Lur however, and referred it to President Judge Fronefleld. After the bl!; of Moll and McNeal had been approved. Judg" Broomall advised them to get a better class of operators, terming their j present employes a * sorry-looking bunch of st<v)l.pigeon; ” Judge Mar- ( ontinueri on Page fen TEACHERS’ WAGE DECISION TODAY Action on Voluntary Cut in Salary to Be Taken at ( (inference CHESTER, PA.. SATCIIDAV. JANUARY 28, 1033 NEW WAGE SCALE MOTHER KILLED strbet ^oyeo as storm MAY BREAK Al TO AS BOMB WRECKS BODY WALKOUT HOME; Ii RIOTED Some OM Employes Simi Wife of John Silvestro. Compromise Amid Pick* Italian leader in Phila., cts’ Jeers in West    Dead    in Debris Hint Trouble Ma} Be Over Banker, Four Children and in IS Hours; Ford Plants Secretary Injured: House Then Max Resume * Wrecked >f v 48 h< Mi found af ti the t» One of the strangest hobbles in the world is that of Countess .Marie Louise lie Beixedon, a world traveler n now in Hollywood. While in Jndia. ti the < ounces* began her collection of , “tear jags"—tim vial* in whi«h Hindu tv women latch and preserve their tear* d; on Ole death of Oieir husbands. I lie nj ( ountes* now has a largr and v.v'u able assortment which *he ii-"* a* ti pirfume bottle*. RELIEF QUESTION OFFERS PROBLEM TO LFCiISLATI RE Dr Helm. lid twin 4 Ai Mi Mi PRICE, TWO CENTS RECORD RIVER Til IFN FOLLOW NOR’FAST BLOW Waters in Delaware River Rise 0 Feet; Low Lands Are Flooded Occupants of Cabins Near Second Street Bridge Are Marooned Riverside cabins were inundated, .streets were flooded, sewer* choked ort erf At I Th i cr Old hi* of the Sir to work ii the comp The Bi ’ broken mg was til at DI HH Sons of ll into Muss \ loinhi gab- smashed th* Ailanto seaboard with such violence that tills »I fret, near the lull I iii Atlantic « iii N I., wa* ruined un with Hie " damage pictured above, (treat blinks of paving were torn to pieces by the wind propelled waves.    w WATCHMAN DIES EX-CONGRESSMAN OF HIS IMI BILS ROBINSON OILS d Kl id t id ti leaders Admit Dilemma D\ or Sources of F unds for I ncmnloveri Talbot Soes I’os*ihilit\ of Casting IsHic Bad*, on Private ( barit\ L mdair ( o. Employe Bun Former Political leader Dow n by Truck in Front' anti Publisher, Sue* only cmph hi* O' likely Th* Ani'! B few’ th i/rd th plant* Murray Mi of Trainer Plant climb* r,4. Pub H Robinson, a former r of lh law .ne countv, I about 8.10 or lock, at ■ We hater afreet, Pbila-tiad been iiedfaai, auf -compd HARRISBURG, Pa The problem pre.ei id relief h"* pine* i ma Oriieral A/a.* UP < on* inned on Page fen MEDIA MOTORIST HAS KINE TO PAN pinned tie bed; led be mi to flQll beni * Cli in lu the j) lh d dun I The I rd Hie sufficient revr it* relief for i he n"::t bien! •artou* that h may I van ta leg nut that rai*li A F ha ho .nit a1 d fi AMICABLY SETTLE SLIT FOR S3.»MMl,OOO A law suit involv ing $.i tion,quo which had been pending "viral ■ears and which wa*- brought against Arthur C. Dorrance. president of til ■ Campbell Soup Companv, Canid V. J, and Dr. George M Dor ran? ■. president of the board, bv A R a i-v,Ur. Frome, former genre;:! man-ng*r of the company, was amicably et tied yesterday. From" wa* d Ism is *d in 1928, and three year", later, rn January. 1931 hr filed e'giit suits against the Dorrance brothers, charging slander. Mbei, fa!*e imprisonment and alienation of his wife's affections. Frome M ii! resume hr. di. u with the company, it was announced loday. ROBBER SI SPEC TS M IKE GETAWAY *r I A* the conclusion today of i'm <riu-itional conference now m progress School, Ninth e teachers as-leir final de-cuf of 'u per lane*. »S< hool Directors, at cr in the week, ad- op at the Chi and Fuiton streets sembled will mak otsinn on the prop rent. affecting the The Chest' a meeting ci vised the Chester Teachers' Association that. unless they contribute an additional IO per cent, to the one they made a year ago, the Chester public schools would have to close around April 24 The present school budget is unbalanced to the amount of aljout IMO -OOO, and drn-tic economies are being enforced in order to make up this difference Delinquency on the part of numerous taxpayers ca ired the big gap in the budget, Miss Florence Williams, pnsid'nt of the Teacher,. A' social ion. inquired of the dip col if the teacher some legislator* have propose ct eases in existing lax levier solution for the problem, but proposal hi* not gained ma nj hereat* Grover C Tai House, in an ac last night in ima sembly may be I brunt of th" relit vale chanty 'I he State Fnurgencv Relief Bi ten day* awn lulled attention to lnct that relief funds were being ti ibm °d in Pennsylvania at the p en* time on a basis of <70 bon br year. and predicted .VI" 1.000OOO w< bi reoil ired, at Hip) r a;e, to pro adequate relief do ring the next n I. Fif th Speaker of the s in Pittsburgh the General As-d to throw the >rk back on pri- W' for a continued charged with o| mobile without ha told Magi-irate Hi were stolen from ago. but h" admi no» made e upbeat His car was imp until he ran prov I out I Plied on Page fen COUNTY DENTAL SOC I ETN OFI IC KUS mn or i .several week*. He was having bceti born in Pitts-M«V 23, 1848 ie Civil War broke out. he attempts to enlist, but on •ion «u caught and re-his parents Ile then en* hr ret College and from Ut to Hie United Htates vdrmv While he, was a t Annapnh the frigate mn old Ironsides*' was •« man. hip to train intone wa# a Mudcnt at the d'ftiv lit the time during I he fighting he-' the Union and ‘ as endangering living at the creep around the cabins in tty of Second street bridge, pants gathered all their loc. tugs and carried them f ground One man. said to hr who occupies one of the r asleep as the tide came in he awoke ive wms marooned pelled to remain ill the c • he tide receded For a tin eiable anxiety was felt for ss the cabin he occupied h noun*rd list and many of of curious, who stood on bo and Third street bridges, I cabin would slip from its fc into the flooded river. I}. No little damage was hi, property in houses built Fn (ne nee ti-e he inn O ! higher Al Baum. bins, was ♦ nd when and cornbin until lr!. lf et< pre he da ti one cd ta ng the if t! continued on Page ten COLDER WE VI HER FOR THE WEEK-END Colder weather is predicted todav and light snow is probable this morning in I a* tern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland It will be fair, with slowly rising temperature tomorrow. The highest temperature here yesterday was 42 degrees at. noon, and the lowest was 38, at, 8 30 p rn. The average of 39 was seven degrees above normal for the date but seven degrees below the average January 27 Vial 4iil mg NURSE IS STRUCK BY CAR ON PIKE lim I R M Pa ion House, on, of this ?nt, Dr. C vice pres ic ii Dr J F ( tty 0 I (Ut VI ll A VI A (• I Kl PAIK! D Tali? SU*} non non for th* 1 he to rais' I wo*veaI Mi Jeffer Weft Che* Dr. T r, Anan !!■ ____ he    received an affirmative reply. and it    is expected    that this    decision Three would-be    store robbers    wjj} ^    nf much    influence    on the eluded police this    morning after    voting    todav they were detected attempting to '•“-ak into a chain store at Ninth Q *n „>w.. «k, morning with Dr per,on He poim-rf out that 128.000.-had am assurance <>. ever i>"ing com- qqq borrowed from Hie Reconstruction pens!)ted for llicsc voluntary los.ve; and Lincoln streets. Patrolmen Denmark and Pedrick i e pended to a call from a redden* in that locality who saw the men prj open a on a cellar door of the store As th" police car approached one of the men, presumably a lookout, shouted to his companions and the trio fled running through aile' and succeeded in making their get awa: FI DI R Al GRAND ti KOR Howard H Cond, of ConcordvI.!' has relived notice that he is to serve en the frdeial turv in Philadelphia during the week of February 6 .superintendent of Rev Herbert A Holy Trinity Lu-jffrrrd the involves directed by Th. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bt I nitrd Pre' A I III *1,1 All I* AUK The Education at 9 SO o’clock ti David A Ward schools, presidio Weaver, pastor theran Church. cation, and music wa? Miss Emily Rice. Mrs. John K Norton gave an Interesting ie School and Character Education.’ Dr John B Klopp of the medic a1 dc* p-’.rtment of th- Ch-s'"r schools hid as his top e. “Th'' Teacher's H-alih “ Dr. L. n DfLonc, director of Educational Service, Harrisburg, offered interesting comparisons with his subject. "Grading Pupils in 1915 and 1933 " Charles D Long, local .solo!.*' entertained with several vocal selections At ’Ii" afternoon sessions Mr* John K Norton is scheduled to sp-a' the subject, * Building a f for the Twentieth Century Long will sp"sk on ' Facn Citizenship and Miss M Gnwan will entertain with lections. ( (tnlmiird on Page Ten SELECT JURORS FOK MARCH TERM WOrk (if Drawing Names of Citizens for Duty Finished Yesterday at Hinkson The you across the . ley ear whf Walker a'-1! tomobile an Hospital, lh given trcatr to her hon rendered to milton, when ‘ Chester pike Ridley park. J WM walking board a trol-ent occurred I se to his au- * In the Tavl appoln)f*d member* of th committee were Dr Job pMOl), Dr h I! Ward, Aid A T. Woodward. We. -ed i I Mi }K>I lr the result of th , hile last year Maximum temperature for ival nendernv that Ole datr is 89. established in 1916. and ■n the name of    minimum 4, in    1927 title he carried    | Sunrise today    wa* at    7    13    a    rn    and iarillated from the    sunset will lie at 5 15    p.    rn.    Eastern al served on va-    Btandard time. I At IS JAIL SI MENCL OO, Jan. 28 - (INS) — Al succeaaor as gangland king. Humphreys, today faced a sentence    of one    years    imprisonment sfter    a Jury    found    hun of carrying a concealed Republican organ Ian don weapon 'Hie )urv deliberated 55 .as headed    bv    the    late    • minutes    before returning    the verdict J. McClure,    father    of    the    against    the new    “Public    F.nemy    No. I * ( out in tied «n Page I wo a period of 15 year* 9 la w ai e county as a F A lid ente red politirs. with th p Republican CHICA (I electlv e office was Capone * enalor. 3 •ater he *n- Murray a c ii rid Ida te for possible n hi* fir st fight wa* pi iMinmr ie opt a o Hon of the guilty uhiienn organisation. weapon. W I tie ii Ho then t< er which he sur-» and was held in nee for a gurlher nore. and Dr HIL Via. I I (ill (.It AS I I I) I I AA I The Collegiate Church of Rf Nirhn uh, Fifth avenue and Forty-eighth $ treed New York City, ha# given ifs < er, tho Rev. Dr Malcolm Jame od, a three months leave ti in tiie Holy land Dr Mac xii) be ac romps rued by his w ife ill lear* fx»ri He is a form* of 'tie Third Presbyter!#! Ti' I s I HI As! KY HAL\N( I , ARMING I I 922 '.49 55: ROUSEY ELT IM SHES “NEW DEAL" BROMISE I opicsof I imcs Jan 28 (INSU ii,* of January 28 pendiflires. |5 422 -i (pts 415,781,949 48 mini* Marl trave Lend and v BIBLE SCHOOL SESSIONS ENI) WARM INRl- Oi 'I ii! It has been figured nut that there ate over a million unemployed in RPR I NOS. Ga, Jan .8 fjiw    took    a    lot of work lo e phase of the promised learn this condition. 'new deal" had t>een trails Federal agent* used fire axes when they raided five liquor joints in the Fifth ward Well, that * one way of breaking up speakeasies. HEROIC SKIPPER HONORED Jurors for Criminal Cm Media yeM*n mr of name' of the Court and Ju» err Those cit tr,ens < during th" t-rm are March term of s*" announced at line me th" draw -supervision Com mission- Ch fir*' AA--k—Ma re Ii 29 er City First Ward J» Ticulum Jester. M ary Black. Michael Ha Dr. De- George C Stewart. Edna G H World Philip He nn" bcrrv. K'cond War "V Mc- William Ha 2 acara. Third Wy Charles Jar kson, John J Fhza beth C James, Gcri r ifi< ! Ro well, Foi irt h Ward Geri rud e Hi i-Damlehon ( .uitnbutr It I a , k (UHL. SHOPLIFTER, AAaleh, Kilt lint Knight, lino* if* Royal Past —J UM a leather. Em ks Prince, Red •Ijot. Speed Girl, Peare Treaty, ley Fifth Ward—Walter Lov Sixth Ward Sara Jane Rumfi COMMITTED TO JAIL - "i war-; mu / — None. I—flap** allinn t ' — None. (*— None 7 —AA innir ( . (Aeather. rlrar. tra-k fa*t \1 I AIR (.ROI VR* I — None. I—None r»—Hell Diver. I—I.adv Trust. '—<Vesta Run. fi—None. 7 — None. 8—Barelle Fronk. '.A rather, eloudy; tra<k fa*t. HAVANA SCRATCHES I—Melva Hose. i None None., I—Donya. J— None. i i. .♦    KUH    Vt i * K ti    N :min I — Unu;i) r:,r!-r. Dick Perter. AAeather, clear: track, fast, Charged with shoplifting. Mr Price, Negro. 18, of the 8fKi blore Man street, was sentenced to pav a fine of $25 and cost*, or serve 99 da vs in the county prison bv Magistrate Michael A Honan, in police court this morning The woman wax arrested yes erdav afternoon in Speare Brothers store Seventh street and Edgmont av-nu", when a saleslady detected her placing 'wo ’.aluable dresses beneath her coat A companion, who also stole a dre escaped bv running from the Mort In d"L ult of the fine, May v.a • committed Eighth Ward Anna Rosenfeld Nm'ii Ward— Basil Thompson Franco. Whittaker, Usher McLendon Viva til Richardson Tenth Ward Blanche Hinkson Eleventh Ward Harry ( ontinueri on Pace I rn MUST MAKE GOOD SUPPORT PAYMENTS GOOD SPI AKI It >L( I RLD Hon. ( Hilton IIoaa ani, “Utile tiiant" of Dry L ori es, (haps Forceful Address Washington today, i* the problem e*f govern organization and pro per ?* that might result in the i,lK, r    A    I-ondnn newspaper called Henrv )-r!e<t Roosevelt wa* be- Ford at Detroit to get a statement, sented in the national T’lir rr'fntrtr'r given the R**igruncnt Kw agar Slier lev, veteran c^vor* some territory, during tile Wilson admin-dierley hi*<i t>een requeated. T ittIe* Dirk ramies tha' mo I marled couple* get along best when near ■elative* are far away. d P Dent' 4 Al! |*> debt seft] SUCCI “ Iut denied lh d to p by Mat >n ti VINS. IOX ISE VK UT AT VV HITK MOI SK TOI IAN IO TON of When Frank Wiegand. of Fortv-ninth and Walnut streets, Philadelphia was haled before Judges Broomall and MacDade yesterday to explain why he is not paying his court order of $15 weekly for the support of his wife and two children, the mon pleaded unemployment He said he K.irl Agan, registrar    of Pennayl-    had not worked for'three sears. The santa Military College,    will address    wife, who is    living in Drexel    Hill. members of the Chester    Rotary Club    said that her    only income is    a $3 at the weekly meeting, to be held a*    weekly food    order from the Chester Club. 511 Welsh street authorities. n"Xf    Tuesday    r.rv    n    The meeting    Wiegand was given until next Fri-    Mayer L*hn P. O'Brien, of Nev* Aork. will* the Munbmal Medal    of Honor.    Lg"rj    ct WI'! ; r in    r barge    of    AVi!    ar Krr    day to mak" on;e arrangement.- for    ( aptatn Stedman raeed h.* shin through    • raging gale lo mc    r the iii*    ire idee! , : rn    Aal    of    I;    in    g; •mm*    pa1, men t of t >" court err)-. As*, t-    tre**fd mariner* and -ii(*-fd"d in tv.ny    'll of die < rev* I <*or    In* ludinc    * <tr f m per of    ’he Br’    ant Du’r.c A' ' nrv AV. ilia m R lo:,    the *aptain, were washed overboard before    the Amen* an Merchant reached    un g , ( ii ll 11JI lied on Page I ii; ti I ( RI EL TRE\TMENT alle(h;d by wife i INS wife o Wa*J- * H Vi$ d m*pe( planned, as ■imd by her shington by er husband The fellow with *    * >pacitv for grasping things quickly stand* a good chance of sucres* But don't tell this to the fellow who* been convicted of purse snatching Increased shipments of nitride to Japan lead some to believe that country is preparing for war That arid tile training they're having with the Chinese army. A youth arrested in a Marcus Hook library for stealing reading material should be presented with a Bible by someone. A scientist says we could live indefinitely. Uke that 21-vrar-oid chicken heart, if it weren't for our head*. Bad as they are, who'd wan! to be without ’em’ The depression ha* had little effect on ink manufacturers, an industrial note informs us. We wouldn’t be surprised if there were an increased demand for red ink. ‘ Kingfish'’ l ong * one-man filibuster cod the taxpayers $! .OOO a day, it has been figured Another proof thai silence is golden Cruelty in > I and (wisting In Mat Alpine 26, nun. East Lansi ____________    divorce    from K 26, of 197 Park In acknowledgement of hi* feat of seamanship and courage which re- at M* <■ welfare suited in the revue of the i rex of the ill-fated British freighter I xeter ( itv,    Th* rn ,pl*    v ( .iplain (ole* Stedman, of Hip S *> American Men bant, u decorated bv Md IF (I The Weather squeezing arms and Mrs. Ruth rig (on a veer))*, in her suit for net h A Mac Alpine. >:td, Lianereh. filed im int 149 I. Wll Rm I encl of Song standing WASHINGTON. Jan. 28— (UFI — e    .ii 'he    ( (bind cill Ie in the    Lore* ast    for tonight    and Sunday! Admin    Ilion, when Mr    Eastern    Pennsylvania    and New Jer. ut lit secretary of    se yr Fair tonight and    sunday; colder e raw    rind Mi    Hoover was food    tonight. iiMi; ' a!or    Western Pennsylvania:    Fair and somewhat colder tonight; Sunday fair I (HID III AKING POSTPONED W)(j, slowly rising temperature. Bel Air, the a1- DETROIT. Jan 28 INS’ Hem which Ford was given another respite fret • wife'.* threatened a crc • t today when hear ne wifing j ing on a petition to quash service r ibpenn on him, was postpone Work Committee. presented the ca-se to the court. the *( ene. The couple separated October 26 last. until Monday. IOU AAS I'LM PL KATI'RES f,    m........cl    19 a rn.......44 7 a    rn.......42    ll a rn....... 8 a    rn ......43    Noon    ......    42 t 9 a. in. ,»«,*• 45    , j ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: January 28, 1933

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