Chester Times, January 31, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKI (WIP ( IRCTI.ATION I (»|; >| v MOM MS I \ IMM. SI I'I I M BKK 20,1 OS FINAL BiTiflN ★ ★ ★ -k With All Latest and Best News of the Day 3TTH YEAR—NO. 17.501. GENERAL STRM: MARKS REIGN OF SUTLER REGIME ' "inmunists in (iermam E*uc Suirmon^ in Ruhr {)i"l riel *'ci Persons Killed H" Vio-lence Follow* Elevation of Nazi leader Da. Wirt- TU Interns*;-.. United Pre** (Cr. St I', ice * INS i CHESTER. PA., ft ES IWY. .JANUARY ?H. IO’.:; AS BRITISH ENVOY HELPED TO PAVE WAY FOR DEBT FALKS BERLIN Jai > un Ut party ie Ruhr distr rpi nu' C ! commi?te if Or The strike aummc I pamphlets chare r merit tuns cst ab eta?. Workers had not ; a* whet her t o rcsr BERLIN. Jan 31 nix died today as b nrl protests follow doll Hitler. Nazi tune expatriate. of the Reich. One Nazi Ail a Communist wa in clJtshes totw porters of Hitler marching home Metorv parade The Comm un Rote Fa line, wa new chancellor I ■ -n against his to ti «INS* Two per loot!shed. a lolenei .rd elevation ol leader and one lancellorshif d killed ant ssly wounded Is Rile! PHUA. ATTACKS PA.BLUE LAW IN PUBLIC MEETING Throng Backs Community Home Rule I Ma ii fin Sports on Sunday ( ommittcc Named to J if* to llnrrishuru to Arnue fin Bill AUTHOR SUCCUMBS rh ielph squai .Se I it the F t he rt phia, 11N E M P LOY IM K \ T All) MAV HE ITT BACK ON COT YU ES Commonwealth May Discontinue Direct Relief, It Is Minted State at Id)ss Bom to Furnish I ii n d s Wit h o ii t ( ansi ti it I prising* HARRISBURG. Pa. Jan .ll UP) Direct relief for the unemployed ■I in i' d be ti - >r >-i wraith and the burden placed on the <    ;■ nude! a j>..»11 being emu* J SHOULDER ARMS! in md b p Count ’n t tv W R latte th# sup- iDitant st newspaper, Du confiscated ax th« (wk his first drastic enetrne , the Com- luniat*. It was announced ti aper was taken -over vroclaimed a general strikf Communists in the Ruhr n distributed hanoi* u nke, but no workers tor ie n* ie, Iv or at I en persons w ere si and twenty were arrested, thirteen other Communist! tempting to demonstrate. A policeman wax shot to death b\ a sniper in the western section of the city. Police said the bullet, evidently intended for a Nazi, wa fired from a window. Sections of Berlin were strewn with Communist handbills, urging a general strike as protest against the Hitler ministry Nazis, SwimiMX and Communis’-encaged in a free-for-all at Konigs-1 ic, and knives flashed during a Nazi demonstration at Manncheim. Scenes of wild joy were enacted in Coburg cit v and throughout Th min-cia. the National Socialist strongholds. Nazi officials were on cr joyed af the achievement bv Hitler of he ’ife's \ sjtlsfai Ion agreement on plans for the debt • (inference bet wet *t the I oiled "tales .md Great Britain was reached when "lr Roil.lid LmfGai visited President dei t Roosevelt, at Warm splines. (..* I hr British ambassador is shown above tat left) talking with newspapermen before the conference. BOI)) PLANTIN FINI) NO TRACE OE DETROIT RESCUES MISSING VOtlTIIS Four-day Strike, Which For reb Resit mfd Today for Boat and Occupants Last Seen Sunday .Morning ft A K< actinian Closed lord Faetories, May Be Near End D E TRO! T. Jan. 31    <    UP    *    -The Brig I sumo day ; work plant <m pan <1 f he-AMW rt in George it owners to rn a ke rare River HHT t rHCF Alexander McDowell dent blue la Opposed to I* the group I B Forney, rn Lords Day Al Roper men! in pointing OI Coolidge, w hil eh use! t x. algin similar to th now asks. He "If I have Forney ani the side of Ca In At a meet lilt Preachers* Asse JOHN Ii \ I > It til! I tit GALSWORTHY, 03, NOVELIST, IS OKAI) Fasces in london \fler Linger inff Illness; Received Nobel Prize I ONI ION, UT O PRICE, TWO CENTS CL OF I. EXPERT ENGINEERS ENI) RESEARCH TASK W ill Submit Findings of Count y Expenditures Probe to Committer ll earls of Departments Praised for ( o-operation To Make Report Public of the research cngl-led bj the Delft war# tiber of Commerce. *c jubile expenditure* by lls. has been completed resented to the commit -d by the Chamber of supervise the mi d by J. H. Wr us revealed yesterday, wt H l^wis, research engin been in charge of th# iii, addressed the mrmb M JKH *• Hulk* when n - of tile Media Business Mens Association. on the subject of public expenditures. Mr. Lewis stated that, although live report will be presented tonight, ii will probably not be made public for several do vs. as the Gov- .... .a *    „ .. . ,    ,,    eminent    al    Research    Committee of the Mile Helena bedub betaine Hie    ,    .    ...    ,,    ,, ,    ,    , -    .    v    11hn11o * iji vcifniTit rep must ni si con- sider it The sjjoaker said that he and his assistant, I). H Krutznian, had met aith complete co-operation from every r.epartment head in the Courthouse, while they were conducting the te rr of tile toast of Fragile atter she was judged yin ism) (MKI in hale thr must beautiful arms and shoulders in ( it* hostavakta he your own judge! it ell. KOL F. K. HYATT SPONSORS NEED OF SCHOLARSHIPS c triplet! Titled of ti Mi Co in C cd to decide unemployed those now employed most value in the Continued on I’agr Im METAL CRUCIFIX KS LOOSENED ID W IND ma tug to for I a w a rd 8ha other Nobe I The Ha nip h * nn Ileccn' filch the metal cl ucifixi if. early spires iR Church, Eight i stranded avenue, and ii v proved tion of ail th) near the work on the ci •«* Satur- noon, bv me mi difTcreu! tog Hook and I :e youths mg unde mu Insp r the c ret or ling w it hors st died al a quirt i wwt Lone compt! it Hie (out inned on Page ten HUM NS MOTORIST SERIO! SI.A III KT merer, in an effort to reduce the 1933 budget of county commissioner*, is attempting to eliminate all unnecessary expenditures. "Taxes have increased everywhere, during tile last two years, because, of the increase iii public expenditures" Mr f.ewis said "These two go hand in hand and until we stop unnerr.%-iry spending, we cannot nope to r* -di ce taxer ** !*he speaker did not go Into rfrtoil , .    rMiicernmc ‘he work lie did in th- SUK 111 IfOOtlPg Athletics f ourth* lac stating that Ina much a P. NJ. C. I’rcsiflciil I Jct hires Miolishinrnt \\ mild Ho rdes Prole"! NX iih Of- f on ti nurd on rage Im the 1 In Dr. Joseph Goebbels told In ttonal News Service: ‘ Germany will be a Fascist within 6U cia vs. We have fulfi 13-year battle.* Dr. Hjalmar Schact former C' lit of tile Vie bs ba ti I: penal Hitler is the surest guaranie ; Ii private drhts to America a pod to the last cent His ap rornt represent/ a new era in O history. We have turned CHANCES IN EFFECT AT POLK E STATION it'd out. ti it Mi adder C Iii eel ion James that f'trr chief Alexander pre-their G. •lit 29 MKI f was serious! XHB t* 30 o ha (tan ave i automob 11 ud* licial of Collect* Commis- JENERA LIA LAIR siou for Middle St ii tis W KATHER PREDICTED IX* II W 'l*h Bud mi thing n lie oar? corner world •r an ascend) boon tented German ‘ I even venture to lay that many headed by Hitler will be Ic the whole world.*’ Nationalist circles announced tha* Cr Alfred Hugenberg. leader of the i'Tvcrftil Nationalist party and minuter of commerce and agriculture In the new cabinet, would demand a de-r e "of adjustment" of Germany s sn-pign and domestic indebednc a a prerequisite to economic recovery. Colonel Franz Von Papen, vice-chancellor. who played a prominent part In the formation of the new ministry, had announced last night that the Hitler cabinet "would not indulge m any economic experimentation.” W morning The assignment of Baynes will place tjiree patrolmen on tile switchboard and it is likely they will alternate on the three shifts For years. Wright worked the night shift, from ll p rn to 7 a. rn., the oilier two shifts being taken care of by Patrolman McDowell and Grant se. With the resignation of Sergeant i bren seen d for Ches-lad set out ie merman in a boat stress, but. The firemen roped walk in front of the cli the aerial ladder ti tick walk immediately in main entrance. With ti tided w ithin a few t cen i length of A Dev iii Calhoun. off f he in tl and onto the I until)tied un I’age ten fered ti REPRESENT (OI NTN AT (’ON FER ENKE President Judge W. Roger Krone-fir'd, Attorney J H Ward Kinkaon and Mr*. William A Jacquette will represent the Delaware County Wel-lare Count ti at the annual conference of the Community Council ut Philadelphia and the Delaware Count v tabli.«hm ear Intr) (iir coin wa* earl feet before th the heavy vel Mrs, Vuu n wreckage and Hospital. Rid! amination bi that she wa* was in itll et far which side of a hail t and at art rd d with the vt d a distance the motorman vehicle iindet had iii ie ti Thousands of promising hoys will Im* deprived of un opportunity for higher education and Hie insidious influence of 'bootleg" at blet irs will creep into college sports, lf Hie Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools succeed* in its effort* to form of athletic scholarship' bv Hen , .    ., ,    ^ ,,    |    friday was 44 degrees, Ht .3 p m . and I his was the prediction of Colonel 'hr lowrM,    M *l 102() * "» Th* Flank K Hvutf. pievident and rom- “'^age of 39 was seven degrees abc ant of Pennsylvania Milttar Oeiv-rally /aur and somewhat warmer is the predation today in Ka stern Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland. There will be increasing cloudiness and warmer weather tomorrow, followed by rain easing es ' ct(Xss th* md trolley cie whirl about 3ft in mild bring College, in a written protest sent to-Hltrol    day Jo Dr. A L. Jones, of Columbia ne nins. inn* iii of nil 'n th# afternoon or at night. Die highest temperature here vc i removed from flu •ti to the Taylor •r th inbound anding in Ph md no one Wr: IX ll and Pet or more from tin who I be pla the drnu Hardin* merit no I I J -r ' , ; . is probai on th* in rn o ted with all boats ^delphi* on Bundai membered seeing » ow boat in the Delaware river off his city. Unemployed men who re-ide tn the vicinity of the bo\$* home pent yesterday afternoon and this ming scanning the river and rrhing along the mud-fiats for mg be rn pants. TROLLED (AR “HOPPER' FIN ED HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv United Pre*sj ll XI I IN MMI, ( ON I IC \( I > Jal WASHINGTON A resolution cm Un master General to changes in air n schedules until th tion takes office ported today bv 31—<UP) upon the Post stpone all maim I contracts anc new adminixtra-is favorably re-ie House Pos*. AT AC»I X t XI II N I I I- "an I’amnti. X tfin. ( orida. Xloon Rose, Johnnie l»., XII I Hurt —XX ite«»n. Junior Seth, .Mnrtana. .'Ia«t* r "niger. Tecolote, I binotic X’nte. .*!—Xiv Cross. Monk* Dude, Plain Clothes, singing River, llamsei Mac, First Pip, Black Minnie. Mar-jean. I ( ontingent. — I None i. ii—Washington Rose. Xcrv I rr n< h Xtrines. Water .Mark I igueroa Francis se\nu'ur, Petite Nave*. * — I nile Herbert. Lyrical Lass. Ll Monte. Oblige. Red ( asino, Mor-vnung. Weather, rlear; track, niudrU X I Ii XX XN x office Committee. RI MJI lf I N(,    \""|"    I    X    N    (    I According to a maritime ref Coast Guard cutie; Punch; aiding two sh I pi- iii a effort rudderless tanker Eugene Thai cr owned by the Slncli mg Company, to port neai rt. th ain I V Refit) ( brian. 1—None. 2—(Declared off*. "—Pend* him. (amen Kirh' t— Xndv < barite ( han, Black Xndi. >auf. —None h—( hummy, Ruth Marie. 7 — Indian I.itch. 3—I To be run as 2nd—llamhocks. Weather, clear; track, fast. (’HESTER RESCUE MISSION HEADS Reorganization M cc ti ii it Held; Directors and Trustees Chosen Ai rested for stealing a ride on flu rear of a trolley ear yesterday afternoon. Richard Harris, IS. of Tilghman street, near Sixth street was fined $3 and ere-v bv Magistrate Honan in police court today. Fke Single . 40 homeless charged with vagrancy, was ern'enrcd to 90 day* in the county prison He was found helplessly drunk in the rear of a home on East Seventh street, yesterday afternoon Singles tia^- been arrested on numerous occasions for in* ox ii a tion. Frank Kerrigan, charged with be. tog "down and out." was di*rharged with a warning Kerrigan boasted that it was (he first time he was ar-ie,/cd on thh charge for more than X OI NG WGM X X I VII RI ll Mi Iren' S Ihcimcr, 716 VV Eleventh .street, was trratfd at thf J .    *S I th ll! ' fill iii fusions of the hips. Other than learning Ole young woman was struck bi an automobile, at Ninth and Barclay streets, police assigned to the case were no’ in possession of ani’ other detail* No report of the accident va■ made to local police by the mo’or;0 t fie ii mid lug insp* h tor and teem 'll W * filch ('im 'n* th if ascent cd the run: reft! et e F. v UC-Bt rat ot d Ho- tested cai "ll of t he JI res anc erucifl on I ’ JC ie Pl u h ic h ha d beenmt » loose | M The ■ R iaw bruit' cneC by w md. tm in o 11 ice f ( nun tier It as found th h? rn pe pr /side d Robert Der! tion t: lid the larg« wnotlf bi to ch ann an of the Cf rnm unity COU jell which e rroa.se a ach) d, One of the rn mn addr es.' cs to within th p spires. had bc< OI if* rot ti -d mi (de by Mr Bink son, who se ( i pre where th# metal w is affix ed w til b •K WI Ii be The Af I tnt nitration of Jn- acre* i the live s of pa; .se rh ny hi id • ii plox Bit Rd it / in iha I Jo u n been i ’rid ) ti gc red I tv the thre at enc d Mi s I Al ber t I. vcr iRht. seer eta J A ■ of loosen ng ut the heavy in iii fi xtur* I iv * Dc par a, tm< ’lit of Welfare o f P' tin. The alg- it of the tile apl ar ft f is at id JJCii k on th e s; im' th? rn en at work high I dx IV! ti ic ss WTJ a the stat c street s* ti acted ma ny euro Ii VPU TU on IWCtl * bu COi norr net I! I (C I rought to a f roped o fl ad'" k h lie r J XI • XN s XI.’ XIX PROC I I D" I?, S. IHI X"l I IX BAI X NI ■ ( JEN EV) X 31 'UP* Ti J ii ML div mods, n urn to I •tog WAF IHI x*G I ON Jan. 3 I i NS * ::o ooo ire pre weed mg bv tr ain Trca.su ialance a of J? FU J ft f rom a Jar lrhurla to att ack $339 41 i or, I 42. exp t j (J j | y i* I 5 437 t tv Cl pr# ce of Jrl Ani, the A04 70, receipt* $1 7 072 I e I Rue of Nu m was informed to- 613 78 da pin lift* Mbic fracture of the lions of tile left I he* six stitches to close the ixxiv. ting ii and suffered from shock The motorman of rested bv 'I luteum and held in bond tm tin' outcome of Mi june*. norma! for tile date but nine degree* below the average January .10 last, year, Maximum temperature for the date la 67. established in 1914, and minimum IO, in I Do*. Sunrise today was at 7.11 a rn., and sunset will tx- at 5 19 p. rn , Eastern i RADNOR IOU NSH IP TAXES REIB ( El) ware Countv "Taxes Must nit last night cr* of Radnor late from ll The slogan of the IX Chamber *>f Commo * • Be Reduced * hoi when the commit1 township cut the to Hri cents The new fate wa*, made possible bv a 12 per cent, reduction in sal-»)iie« of all township employes The board fixer! ifi body* I s’ 9162 4 >0 Jo cpu M Proneficld chairman, presided at the meeting held in Wayne University, secretary fit tile College Commission of ti)** Middle States Association of Colleges Hud Secondary School*. Colonel Hvatt declared that the Slantlftrd tim# tub. deep lace) a *    drastic action of the Association , which required    against athletic scholarships might brush burns of    well lat compared wit ii the effort to ankle. Rile also    maintain the Eighteenth Amend ment without the approval of the hr car was nr-    public. "The majority of the alumni own; hip police    of out American colleges," ii*' stated, hearing pending . "will not approve of Hie prohibition    pg| on or person*, but proved un- V tomb h in*    of athletic scholarships, and the re- , av ailing , suit will surely be 'brndleg athletic. | p ^;i- th#, second fal.se alarm In the ju / n (Ha/leg liquor ta flourishing - district in 24 hours, the previou* one under iii*- Eighteenth Amendment I being sent from Box 51. at Front and Tic' 'h*' blame for the abuse of Fulton streets. the .f'tilciic srholarship lie* directly at file door of tile average college. .* H• emphatically expected bv Colonel Hyatt, He jaunted out that. if col- I \X(> I XI,"I XI XI. XIN District fire companies. res|windinc to an ahum Rom Box 232 at Sixth and Wilson street*, yesterday afternoon discovered It to be a hoax, Search wa instituted for the guilty ] opicsot J imcs West End School Pupils to Have Home Gardens tor r arr* made in the i TcchnocrHcy, Inflation, standard nor the Chma-Jnj .seem to have any bearir mind* of the eighth grade tile Dewey Grammar Bch and Jeffrey street* Ins' ar*’ thinking of the produ soil, from the lowly cabbn fragrant rose. The explanation for th: mind is imple enough to exjx Mrs. Violet Ferry, of the and geography department Helen Chandler, of the art men' and Mi Lillian Mar 'lie English department of th conferred on a plan wher pupils might institute home-and be marked acrordingii x I ! 11 XI t xii r \ i; k A directorate, representative of churches of all denominations in the county and a group of officers and trustee*, chosen I rom loc al men prominent in the affairs of welfare and church work. were chosen last evening at a reorganization meeting of the Chester Rescue Mission, held in the Y. M C A. building, Seventh street arid Edgmont avenue. The following churches were rep-1—I nergetir Hoi. Screech. Rally resented in the c:.rector:)'■ Olix*' Round, /.ora na. Golden tate. Mint Pre byte: .an. Charas Ander on. Unit    Madison Siree Methodist. W. Har- -—Agasun. I1 nil'. Bb ti Bit, XXillie ir H    :    Ho*-    B    r Klein. Tnpnle 3—t None.) I— < None. I A— (None.) f— None.) — None 'Xrather. clear; Irack. ta !. e gold mark* to to add '•d to their class* trouble room average for 'lie report period* on t he When the chJldn ii were appro.n tied Uplls of on the subject, th# teacher veie bc- Third .Sieged with cries ut When do we i. they start?” Tim Ult" e mcmbf rs ut the of the faculty reasoned. There Is no time to the like the pr< < ut, f or if we walt until warmer weather, pert laps tile chU- rend of dren will not < '• ■ o go liirough with Dfrf the plan. bu? if ■ e ii* gin immediately, acirne? the gardens can to planned and grow* ; Mrs. mg bv spring depart- And the work fi 'gan "sooner than hall, of immediately.*' school. Pome of the i pl!; under the bv tfi# direction of Mb 'handler, wrote to arfier,-, f, said ( nntinued on Page Ten :rs OF THE REICH Culbertson Id nits Love and Hridge HAN FRANCISCO Jan 31 Ely Culbertson, bridge expert, told a group of enthusiast* of th# game heft Ilia' ii was Iii*- light wines and beer /-oluiion for tie' gambling 'inn** which ie a cr ted was "threatening the American home ’ ‘Out*id* ut love said Culbertson I con. icier bridge tin- gicaf-esf indoor ‘poi! I don't consider fighting owl .< bridge 'alii* any drawback A bndg< table aigu-ment cb ar the atmra-pherc such an argument is in th' iiutuic o,f a afetj yalvi sud .should ta hailed with delight bv nil player.1 "The way n man or woman acts in a bridge game Ls (lie way he or he will act after the wedding If you would fen ll' know your fiance *ir fiancee play bridge and learn the worst.” ( ontinm d on I* u I ii dlld, SMICKn st.J I nu Kl; n in (KASH A Io mg I ' I nim ir. rini    ti the {Brighton Farm. this county may neier live to reach the institution as the result of in biti*.' ■ ustaincd ti an automobile a* ’lei* r.t at ! town, yesterday. The \ let im Anna Dca I* ll ■< u t iding in the automobile of Sheriff I H. Brant, of Busquehanna un.tov While pa... mg through Norristown the sheriff’s car collided with on* Operated bv Israel Ta riot. of Philadelphia 'lh* girl wa* adm . to Montgomery County Mo..pi ’.th internal inn ria* nrnl a po.v ibl* k u J; frarturr Tile alierlff and wilt Mr? Berths Brant, wen ti* bed foi cuts and bruise; TERMS I'ROPOSFD TAX AN ‘OUTRAGE’ J. N. Pew, lr., Sun Oil ('oui pH ny (M final, VV ar iv-Against Additional f#evy J N Pew Jr vice p Sun Oil Com jim ny 1<- Ji! OpOM Ct 'Kl' -< I ll' ll 'I' on gasoline "would tx "I think it * absolute! dared in a bi oudca • I ddptiia radio tat,ion discovered thn source < Few of o take w Itchbo n t th'-; cal police are anxious on the police station via vie* they figure it 'I Ii ta job Used to he takn ere bv girl* But nowaday* husky men fill It to kerji abreast of the times. On Solomon I. land men take wive* hi the in tnlincn* p 'ti and *prnd th* rest of their live* paying for her. Not much different from America? Pep JJC r and valt re dieted for the < TOUW IV RO*#! ti We ran look for i an for men are year They *ea*ons. rate divot i tin [or an increase in the A judge granted a because he had to ire of the bcd covers builders plant* I said h( were 'o A n it I bec n umber of pri Iv rara ped I) ‘net Ward ch ttb to crow » X I I XIR GRUt NU" 1—(ivro. 2— None I *1— None), T— None). 5—Tweeny, FU ab ( — None . *— None i. F— None . V • ’ ]■ -'!• Administrator int lf Cong res ^cement bud ill have easier Pcnmn ho blamed for ; down. Tom nothing to do c irv to hale uhie. but every ed!a to get a No ft lot of It who rm fire tell* US dry en-i kc ast ca ae ask. I he Weather Jan. 31— IT re. add i. Vaughn Young Mi Hope Met hod is’ Joseph Sh isle r; Eddystone Methodist I? H Humfre ; Norwood Methodist Clarence Duke Glenolden Presbyterian, Charles Reynolds; Coke - buri Methodist. Mr Hippie; Aldan Union. Somers R Adam Park; :de Methodist, E. R Stern; First Baptist. Howard McCr.a\ Folcroft Union. George A F. nr. Gruce Cl...ut-. Oak- the hen Austrian Nazi from Munich, whose troops started mont. William Q. Hancock Morton Methodist, Paul C 'Farr:    Crozerville ?fernod!1 Jacob XX' [son    Providence    to the chancellorship bi President von llmdenburg.    But Avenue Methodist. Karl    Apan; Col lingdale Baptist, G. A. Phillips; St P:Ul Ep. <opai. George    Y McCall    —the outstanding exponent of a belligerent German    na- ’ *a f Co.rn C F.    n on. C    tionalhm—wi»h eor«er\alive safeguards. Xmnng    (hose Con! nurd en    I>n    p.-em-n-nl in * b' n'••, pol it if a I lineup I od/a    left    to In command at last in C.erman’ is Adolph ilitler, fieri Austrian Nazi from Munich, whose troops started patrolling the streets of Berlin after he had been fail'd to the chancellorship bi President von Ilindenburg. But the lenerable president surrounded the dynamic leader wrecked and the racketeers get an endowment fund for corrupting otfi-ciais atid defeating justice ” Mr    Pew contended that the future of the oil industry depend* upon fa 1 r-Dr    f ranz    s'cld(e, .Minister    of    Labor;    Lieutenant    nr    n * |! , ; Oovcrnmen’ I .    ...    ,    .    aid.    can dc nov an industry with General Werner von Blomberg, von Ilindetibaig s trusted taxi) po Unl< > it ( hen adviser w ho is the n*w Minister of Defense; Franz von 11 -s I''    *    £^’    9    til)    oil    li chis! ry what it has done to the rail-I'apen, former    ( haneellor.    now    X ii e-<    haneellor    and    toad    ihioui’H • vc* > of regulation Reich s ( ommissioner in Prussia; Hitler: Dr. Alfred Hit genberg, Nationalist leader; Dr. lits von Rruhrnharh, Minister of Ports and Transportation; Count Lutz von Kro‘igk. r» tppoin'"! Minister of Linanre, tx X"I»I N(. I (IN, XX eat her forceast: New Jersey I air and slightly warmer tonight. Wednesday mereas. tog cloudiness and w 'rrner. rain Wednrsd.n night. I astern Pennsylvania l air and slightly warmer tonight. Wednesday cloudy and wanner occasional light rain XXednesdav night and probable in west and north portions in after noon. Western Pennsylvania: Cloudy ani warmer tonight and Wednesday, occasional rain Wednesday and in west portion lair tonight, cold-r Wednesday night. and unre.w.omnt’ control No other industry, he .-aid. pacs a.> heavy taxes as do" the nil industry. which, for the curicnt fiscal year paid out a total of $999,000 OOO in taxes, mostly on ta-ohne. JDUAX " 11 XI PER A It RI S 6    a. rn.......38    ll    a    rn.......43 7    a. rn. ...... 40    Noon     ........ 50 8    a. rn.......43    I    p.    rn.......S3 9    a rn. ...... 44    2    p.    m.......5* IO    a m ii i V ;

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