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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              ILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1 OS 57TH 17503 Daily Leased Wire Keports or United Press UP pad International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA MONDAY JANUARY 30 1033 HITLER FORMS GERMAN CABINET AS CHANCELLOR Fiery Leader of Fascists I Assumes Power and Sur prises Berlin EIGHTEEN PAGES PICKETS ON MARCH AS LABOR DISPUTE SHUTS FORD PLANTS PRICE TWO CENTS Succeeds Gen Kurt von Schieicfrer Hindenburg Witnesses Oath Hitler Heralds Nazi Germany BERLIN Jan a proclamation addressed to the people of Germany Adolf Hitler today heralded his appointment as chancellor as the first step toward a Nazi In this our hour of rtiumph 5 the National Socialist leader said wethank the aged field marshal President Paul Von Hindenburg for placing power in our hands The vanguard of the Nazi movement has succeeded in enter ing the government This is the first step toward a Nazi Germany By placing power in our hands President Von Hindenburg shows he has not lost contact with Ger man youth He realizes that vigor and youth alone can restore Ger manys greatness We know that this government is not a Nazi government but be hind this government stands not only the power of the state but an army of many millions of Nazis willingto sacrifice their lives in behalf of their leader The fight for government is ended Now begins the govern I Poultry Buildings inFirst will be victorious WORKERS JEERED Many j Filled CLOUDY TODAY FAIR TOMORROW Mostly cloudy is the forecast for today in Eastern Pennsylvania and Maryland If will be fair in New Jersey and Delaware Temperatures will rise throughout the area tomor T rcw with rain or snow falling in rormer Jtiiinployes sections TT 7 i i i Tne highest temperature yesterday Up and Are KCnired J was 43 degrees nt 4 p m and the lowest was 33 at 230 a m The aver age of 3R was six degrees above nor mal for the date but eight decrees below the average for the same date last year The wind attained a ve After Walkout Places May Be by Unemployed Agitators Arrested locity of fortytwo miles an hour The warmest January 29 on record here plants throwing 150000 Brigrgs plant Pickets are IPRIZE EY Ward Scene of Blaze Early Last Night Nearly 200 prize chickens were de BERLIN Jan Hitler fiery leader of the German Fascists came into political power in Germany today when he assumed the Chancellorship in a new German Ieig o clock in a spectacular blaze cabinet j which destroyed a large garage build Hitler whose political rise as chief j ing and a double tier scientific poul 01 ctIG TV ctzis ilfis nppnnnpnf t li o i j amazing developmentsi of postwar i try binldmS on The Hillside Poultry politics abandoned the all or nothi Farm located at Twentysixth and ing1 policy he had held toward pari Madison streets chancellor and Rcichs commissioner for Prussia Hitlers formation of a new govern ment to succeed that of Gen Kurt Von Schleicher took Berlin completely shooting high in the air attracted hundreds of people Streets for many blocks in the vicinity of the fire were clogged with parked automobiles which i LUUIX JL7i i tli lyVJll I HU I I by surprise Hitler held a conference hampered the firemen as did with his party chiefs early today and jthe curious who assembled near thc vra c Toiihitnrl tn bliininrr hiiilrtincrc High Praise For Times Year Book January 27 1933 CITY OF CHESTER Pennsylvania Mr Charles R Long Chester Times Chester Pcnna My dear Mr Long May I compliment you in your preparaiion and compilation of 1933 was 64 in 1914 and the coldest was 6 in 1885 Sunrise today was at 711 n m rind DEI R Oil Jan A josi sunset will be at 518 p m Eastern jUing1 heckling crowd of 5000 itrikers i stanciarci time i was held back by police today while 700 old employes were escorted within i he gates of the Briggs Body Com pany and rehired Plainclothesmcn m o v p d through the crowd arresting alleged agitators More than twenty were arrested within a short time These included K D MichcfT editor of a Hungarian Communistic newspaper and several women The old employes and strikers had until today to return to work before j their places were to be filled from thc i unemployed j The vast Ford Motor Company of SSiScalinjr Down on Englands i can be resumed from the Briggs works which shut down last week because of the strike I State troopers deputy sheriffs and police were ordered on duly armed with tear gas bombs and riot rluhs lo prevent violence CUT INSALARIES Fail to Record Decisive Vote at Meeting of Local Association RELATIVES FEAR MISSING YOUTHS School Board Had Re quested Cooperation to Balance Budget Following lens thy debate and most Fifth Ward Boys Last Seen in Frail Craft Near Chester Island Searchino Parties Fail to Find Trace of Them Po lice Cooperating Missing since shortly after 7 a j ouurcjy aiLer t a m of left for ChestT United States to Drive for journed their mooting Saturday nf tcrnoon nt Chester High school with ROOSEVELT AND LINDSAY REACH ACCORD ON DEBT school boards proposal that they vote themselves a 10 per cent reduction balance of the The meeting1 was held In thc High school auditorium Ninth and Ful ton streets following the educational in salary for the school yea i e eucaonal Wltn I conloiencc nL which more than 600 school teachers of ihis city were in IS lOiCl Obligation Must Benefit America attendance city were in The school board had Saving to Con sumers Seen by Com pany Official A general revision of electric rales throughout its entire territory was Six alleged agitators were arrested i T bir H o n a 1 cl today nt the MamifaciurSj here today from Company Highland Park plant his conference on war debts with A bulletin issued by the Auto Franklin D Roosevelt ersUnion which purporUs to be sponi al Wftn Springs Ga He said his soring tiie strike charged that the np lrACl very satisfactory National Guard was being mobilized to protect strikebreakers but respon sible officials insisted that state troopers would be used for guard dnty Reinforcements for the small group of troopers already on duty were ordered here from Lansing it nsked Miss Florence Williams presi dent of the local teachers associa tion to have a definite answer pre pared by this evening Although the adjournment motion came as a distinct surprise to the majority of the teachers it appar ently seemed the best course open as WASHINGTON Jan lt Wfts approved by nn overwhelming British Ambassador Sir Ronald i no iocling voiced by nearly every spokesmen inking partin the discus sion was one oi desires for whole hearted cooperation with the mem bers of the school board Mast of these speakers appeared to have as their chief objection the lack of time with which to make a decision pro testing lhat it was too vital a matter of your valued volume are to be highly com mended for their enterprise in presenting to the public such facts educational and infor mative as are therein contained May I assure you of the high appreciation of your readers of the work that you have presented to them Verytrulv yours WM WARD Jr Mayor was reported to be holding out for appointment as Rcichs commissioner for Prussia in addition to the Chan cellorship which would have given him control of the regular army and Continued on Last Page POLICE SERGEANT WRIGHT RESIGNS Desk Sergeant James Wright oldest veteran in point of service on the lo cal police force this morning tendered his resignation to take effect Wednes day morning Sergeant Wright was one of the burning buildings The fire of unknown origin gained rapid headway driven by the high winds With the arrival of the first of the district fire companies both buildings were a mass of flames which threatened to communicate to j a twostory garage adjacent to the chicken house IK was only through i the good fortune of an adverse wind and the efforts of the firemen to wet down other buildings that the entire establishment consisting of a frame house and a large number of chicken houses and other buildings were saved from destruction Houses near ij Ihe new rate schedule filed with i the Public Service Commission at i j Harnsburg becomes effective March It will reduce the revenue col 11 lected from consumers during the i next 12 months by u least tne announcement snid It is estimated that bills to con sumers who use the domestic rate will be reduced approximately S700 000 year under the new schedule Th i reduction is to bo accomplished by lowering the rate in the second block usually applicable to domestic cus wns i Confusion surrounded negotiation1 for a peaceful settlement of the j strike At one time it was reported that thc company had accepted the I strikers terms on every point except i granting thc right to organize but later spokesmen for the workers said a new wage scale proposal had just been presented to the company if if were accepted they said thestrike would be ended Thc Briffgs Company manufacturer most of the bodies for Ford cars Re ports circulated widely over the week end that Henry Ford was prepared to start making his own bodies if the strike were not settled WARM SPRINGS Ga Jan The United Stntes isdetermined to driver a bargain with Europe in ex change for revision definitely will help of debts that the to be considered hastily The action left mutters in a dead lock ajjjjtnrijit iu domestic cus T T tamers from 6 cents to 5 cenU i factory nt which Ford kilowatt hour A fourth block till owned by Ford kiloAvatt hour be added also Smooths Committee Re ports F a v o r a b 1 y Measures Income on WASHINGTON Jan 30 The Senate Finance Commht UP A fourth block will le to residence s per kilowatt rate feature 5n orclei to stimulate greater use of household electrical appliances The fourth block will be applicable to users of domestic current when the consumption exceeds the minimum charge r minLmilm charge will be 56 for 200 kilowatt hour The commercial rales have been and dies used in making are owned by him to the body company The the farm were also endangered by i votcd13 to 5to report favorably totovirevied to nn estimated nn ioaaj nufj of about sans onn ir sparks Almost nine who recently took the physical examination to be placed on the pension list The report of the medi cal examiners would have permitted him to remain at his post but provi sion for only three sergeants having been made he either faced demotion to the rank of patrolman or resierm tion Sergeant Wright was appointed n patrolman on April 6 1899 and served in that capacity until January 1905 when he and several others were i PUTS W ousted by the late Mayor William H a Democrat He was returned to the post the following year when Mayor Turner assumed the office of mayor after Berry became State all the chickens in th he Senate Vhc 305 wine bill P3r crnt besr burning structure were consumed AI light delivery truck which wan J Onflllirari omoot explained that thc parked in the barn building was rej favorablc report related wholly to moved before it was damaged by the revenue features and that names In attempting to get near the senators vnrpri xHrh f fivp in nrHoitr S V OlGCi With that several of about to con sumers m this class An Innovation FIREMEN ARE KEPT BUSY OVER WEEKEND District fire companies were kept busy over the weekend The Moya mcnsing Hook and Ladder Company responded to two local alarms early yesterday morning when they were called upon to extinguish chimney fires A few minutes after the alarm had people out of their stress This wns the burden of thc mes sage Ambassador Lindsay of Great Britain carried back to Washington tocliiy from Presidentelect Roosevelt for report to his home office The ambassador sails for London on Tuesday Sir Ronald was told in rarelully couched language that Congress must pass on any scaling down of international debts nr that it would be futile to undertake a fur ther funding agreement over Eng lands debt unless positive benefits were obtainable for this country Tariff agreements and market con to be the trading points Mr Roosevelt brought up in his unparalleled Sunday con ference with thc British Ambassador here at Warm Springs Further it was reported thc Presidentelect made cleav to the Ambassador his desire that England American Pennsylvania 11 bonid impoS4iible within the law for the to pass upon the duction and nny step in this direc tion must be of a voluntary nature on the part of the teachers One step left for thc school board is the termination of thc HONOR FOR f OLiitluUiO fire m order to play streams upon i Cft f the flames two members of the Good Will Fire Company were scorched by j The Senate the heat and flames they were Dan voted favorably en th a Tlie Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association has elected Judge A specific MacDadc an honorary member As sistant County Detective Charles P on Last Papn sounded from Box 421 the box located j at Front pnd Fulton street No 51 was j pulled but when district companies responded it was found to be a false alarm It is that the Fulton Judiciary Committee I is of the association beerwine bill ON MORTONS GRAVE Thomas Holt of 348 Franklin The report favorable as to revenue features of the bill said because rhst is all this com mittee could consider The roll call on the motion 1 and P E Titus secretary U S Jan street alarm was the work of a joked who knew that most of the city com tiations rather than a mission If this report was correct it would imply that Mr Roosavelb wants Premier Ramsay MacDonnld to make the postinaupural journey A prc Continuul on Last Pvire NEGROS FINANCIAL SCHEMEWENT AWRY Ponzi former financial wizard war a mere piker compared to Bonnie Beasley Negro 33 who gave local he school your ond the 60 days notice would briiiR the termination on April 24 The schools must be kept open until Juno 24 under the state law or else thc school board will Jose tne ap propriation from the sin to The snlarier of the teachers for the school year of 193233 have al reacly bwn reduced 10 per cent by a voluntary contribution on the pnrt rf Continued on Last Tape VEHICLES CRASH Two Woodlyn residents were in jured when nn automobile in which they were street cnr passengers at Morton aide wiped3 n avenue and strecLs late Saturday night The injured J C Paul and Roy Maloy of 2f Mildred avenue Wood lyn were treated atthe Taylor Me morial Hospital Ridley Park They were riding in a car driven by Harry Lcnhart 1114 Potter street this city Lcnharfc who was arrested hutdis chargedwhen given a hcnring in po lice court this morning salt he lost of the vehicle when he was blmdcd hy lhc ciflK7linP headlights on an approaching automobile More than damage was caused WASHINGTON Tlie Treasury nc 1 27 SoHJOaO that dav were r6 for making the report 12 Watson treasurer On July Ktreet has placed a now American j Reed SriortridgcC flag on aic grave of John Morton in lettc Hastings Harrison Kin u BOY SUSTAINS BURNS William Gfibarson 9 years old ot Second street Upland received a painful burn of the right leg while playincr near 1 bonfire taken to the treatment by his old bert k4 ijr J J i VV i 1 i was promoted to desk sergeant and has held the post since that date He was an efficient officer and al ways attended to his duty It is with regret that I accepted his resigna tion said Mayor Ward today INJURED Old St Pauls cemetery Third street east of Market Mr Holt has been following the custom of placing flags on the grave for a number of years He said his reason was purely of a patriotic nature declaring that such honor ledge Fla is suffering from a broken hip the result of a fail FROM RACES TODAY By United Press 500 VERDICT AGAINST CITY t j TXI11 fL George Wslsn Mass Barfclev and Hull i Against reporting 5 Keyes ConJ nally Gore Costigan and Smoot Smoot said thc bill would be re i ported today Canon William Shcafe Chase and other prohibitionists waited out side the closed committee door in a vain hope of testifying T proposal of Chairman Smoot th prohibitionists be permitted to ap fully called The pear to discuss constitutional and Of the total numbe of nun 5SS ot i of A member said that the commit T nrvl e would latcr decide whether to hold j open hearings on other nnpncil last niphl and asked Ernest and Charles Howard for a temporary loan of Loan mo thatmuch rind in a short time Ill show you how to make with il Bonnie is alleged to have said He promised the brothers for thrjr investment The brothers pretended to be In terested and nsked him to get into their automobile so they could drive to a store where they would get the money Instead they drove him to thc police station Just how Bcnnic intended to mako so much money According to the latest nationality of cholarshinmr v vith such small investment he will census taken at the DcweyHoraco Mann schoo s Third and fvT i these children show ng and JefTrrA their desire to obtain all of the cs CTTVri ATI PAIVrPAlVV of a modern education OliM lJvAlK lUJVl r A IN I pupils national SHIP TN DISTRESS Ki cto lOliOVo Xntmnnlity PITTLA FIREMAN DIES Joseph Kaspar 36 stricken with a heart attack as he leaped for safety when the chimney of a fireswept an investigation i Xivonhv ne buildln crashed lay dead at his Police learned that Bsnnlc toay Philadelphia I the I in battle within panics fire I police his address as 1413 North fin automobile driven by JamesR tcenlh street Phllndelphla Bonnie f lo had set local police and rela tives now fear that Albert Vila 18 817 McDowell avenue lost their lives by drowning in the Delaware river Rivermen in row boats and gaso linepropelled craft made a search of the river and Chester Island j3t evening but found no trace of the youths both of whom were said to strong swimmers For hours last evening relatives njv vtJniJt I IjlallVCS hoped that the boys had been picked upby a passing steamer as one river man reported seeing a small boat in fncar thc opposite Welsh street He told police that a steamer passed between him and the boat and after the large inbound freighter passed he saw nothing of the rowbout and concluded the craft and its occupants hvirl been picked up by the crew or the steamer Late last night local nnlirp iiari Philadelphia detectives check on steamers that arrived in Philadelphia yesterday but no one aboard these vessels remembered having seen a small boat near this city they said loung Lovcncck who was a pupii at the Eyre school bought the small rowboat several weeks ago Aided by Albert Vila who lives at the Love neck home he carried it to the yard n the rear of the house and over nan ed it the boys planning many fishmg trips during thc coming sum mer in their small craft They painted it and caulked the scams and Saturday put it overboard and made their trial trip They spent Saturday morning on Chester Island placing their traps Early yesterday mom ing both boys decided to row over to the island and examine the traps A stiff windwas blowing when they set out and the Continued on Last Pagro NO TRACE IS FOUND OF MISSING WOMAN m Mlssiner from home since lasK Thursday night when she left os tensibly to attend a moving picture performance police today were asked to Institute a search for Mrs Amanda Huggin Eleventh street and Mor ton avenue The request was made by her husband Jay Huggins who could ascribe no reason for her con tinued absence The woman mother of three small children is described as being 33 years of age 5 feet 3 inches in height weighs about 230 pounds has chestnut hair and blue eyes When she left home she wore a dark pin stripe dross black and white coat brown slippers and brown hat trimmed in white The woman is said to have relatives living on Mc Ilvivino street i iniiu jjiuwii LU reside into n caso me taUon on avcI ihc crash and when oxan inrd it n I n e M rt n 1 n mt VL 1 I i inWest End School According to the latest nationality The committee voted down thMann schools Third and Jcfire streets that institution may be truth scntlas flf a modern cducaUo f f i i of foreign parentage thc rcmainder 355 or American In 1924 the first year a census of nationalities wns attempted at A m eri ca n Polish Russian PcU 1021 AT HIALEAH PARK Watrh Irenes Bob Tloyal Post Go Between Sis Afimcs j of Ellis Tiimter lshnu damages resulting from Damages Awarded BuHder for Buildlng f Ems J Purchase Brown vvcJt iUIUUKJLCC The Point Rcdivjvus Camp rrincr i the walls began to sag and crack and Calvary Kay Nuckols Brv Rose after being inspected by the city vftU i building inspector they were con dcmned and The street them roped off It was stated that the buildings were constructed on filledin ground with the foundations built to a depth of twenty feet The city claimed that the ground was use building purposes as the Vol nearest rock foundation was forty three feet the grade A resolution was passed by City Council declaring the building project a nuisance and the structures wcrr torn down The court had been asked ro appoint a jury of view to inspect 355 135 as 127 69 47 6 JO 9 Eugene V R City Physician H C Donsihoo the latter certified that Brown had been When nrniigmxl for a hearing in police court today the lo cal motorist was held in bail for a continued hcnrlng on February 14 Howard Pyott 30 of Swnrthmore whose automobile figured in a slight collision with another cnr at Fourth find Hayes streets early yesterday morning was discharged by Magis trate Honan tortny when the other motorist failed to appear to testify the damages having bcrn arnicabiy settled according to Pyott thc last 48 hours Topics of Times At the time of fjoing to press we are wondcrinRr what some of our jobless are thinking when they read about some baseball holdouts re jecting offers of a year Someone has complained about the shape of Presidentelect Roosevelts hnt They fail to remember he is keeping the makeup of his cabinet under it 15 I 105 1 ti I i W V by the Sinclair Rej School Code Revision Ro a large number Welsh volt Weather clear track fast AT HAVANA Iopc testa Preferred Charlie Over board Pinrs Sam SHck Life Princess Virginia Weather clear track fast AT FA IK GROUNDS r Amazing Hot rr T antandcr the buildings This was done in April 1927 and thc jury of view foundthe buildings a nuisance and recom mended that no compensation be paid to Himbor the for of the nuisance owned fining Company reported last night 20 that it had lost its rudder and was 55 j drifting helplcrsly before a strong fjj i northeast wind The Thaycrs posi tion wns given as 100 miles off 5Capo Romnin and 20 to 30 miles north of Charleston S C at the K i time 4 i A wireless mtvaye was sent out 2 by the radio operator nnd was picked i up by the coast guard Modoc which ilcft Wilmington N C early last f night to go to thrr the vessel The Thycr left Houston January 22 for thc Trainer 1 plant of the company Some writers point out that Con gress has been discordant this ses sion Do they expect harmony when j I nine ducks essay a swan song Whether tonsil opeiations are beneficial or not theyre about the only chance some persons have when Gir 5Our Grief Occurrence Cupidity Weather track sloppy ings of the jury of view and was heard before a jury in Judge Charles C Greers courtroom The i jury returned a verdict Saturday i terming the buildings a nuisance but 5 Himber 2500 damages FAMILIES MAROONED AS GALE LASFIES MASSACHUSETTS COAST r r i thn tak gcts Around to our port Due Primary Reordeals pea Bill Watched ospit A speaker said while making an address here that the average per days of reckoning will of controversial legislation pile higher in tonight It has been so hard for us to get our new postoffice youd Ss fake ovrr mat Brhnmlldlr portravr1 t inu rneir way frnni lhe Senate Note to some of the city employes i hat branch has nine on final readwho clutter up police court in the ing the House but and that i morning Advice is free but somp mjnor In addition p volume of times theres profit in it npministratjon may make it appearance A fevvr local companies find it Thc only House committee which i Cheaper to employ men to deliver took an apparently decisive stand their monthly bills to consumers than early in the session and then wav spend postage And still the govern cren will sit tomorrow afternoon to hear cheers and jeers for Blue Law modification The Senate Law and Order Committee is scheduled to con mcnt is wondering why the postal business is falling off Its more Santa left than here month sinca duct a similar hearing Wednesday Santa loft here but many coin but unless an appropriate bill is jnj i holders will be reminded of his visit troduccd in that branch the hcarin i m a fow days may be put back until one scm from the House The lower branch cannot pass any Sunday modifiers before next week TlulSSTf WASHINGTON five teachers colleges and Pcnnsylvanii ln tion of more lhan 2000 small school i crcasmff foJIowed by rain districts will be made bv the School snmv in snulh tonight The Weafiber this picture stoort puard property loss csli districts will be made by the School Code Committee Before the Senate tonight is th bill to reduce thc salaries of Judges and the resolution providing for a renewal of the public utility probe both on final passage The fate of the primary repeal bill though only on second reading will bo closely watched Unless its advo cates are balked again the bill will Continued on Last Page Snow in north portion Tuesday with not much change in temperature Western Pennsylvania Snow or ram ivith slowly rising temperature tcniht and Tuesday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m36 11 a m4Y 7 a m38 Noon 8 a m j 38 1 p m 9 a m 38 2 p m 51 10 a m40 Ii   

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