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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 31, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1 OS 57TH 17504 FINAL With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports or United Press UP ard International News Service CHESTER PA TUESDAY JANUARY 31 1933 MARKS REIGN HITLER JNEGIME Communists in Germany Issue Summons in Ruhr District JAS BRITISH ENVOY HELPED TO Dim A PAVE WAY FOR DEBT TALKS IrfllLA PA BLUE LAW IN Persons Killed as Vioi ience Follows Elevation of Nazi Leader BERLIN Jan Com munist party executive committee of the Ruhr district most important in dustrial section of Germany called for a general strike today as a pro test against the new government of Adolf Hitler Nazi leader The strike summons was contained in pamphlets charging the new gov eminent was established bv a coup detat Workers had not decided early to day whether to respond to the strike call BERLIN Jan per sons died today as bloodshed violence nnd protests followed elevation of Adolf Hitler Nazi leader and one time expatriate to the chancellorship of the Reich One Nazi was shot and killed and was hopelessly wounded PUBUCMEETING ThrongBacks Community Home Rule Plan for Sports on Sunday Committee Named to Go to Harrisburoto for Bill UNEMPLOYMENT AID MAY BE PUT BACK ON COUNTIES v n urn rir ixoniiu i inrtsiv jn clashes between Reds and sup visited Presidentelect Roosevelt at Warm Springs On The British urT porters of Hitler as the latter were hassfndor is shown above at left talking with newspapermen beforethe marching home after their jubilant i contcrcnce victory parade The Communist newspaper Die Rote Pahne was confiscated as the new chancellor took his first drastic step against his enemies the Comj DETROIT munists It was announced the news paper was taken over because it proclaimed a general strike Communists in the Ruhr district distributed leaflets urging a strike but no workers took their advice Ten persons were slightly wounded and twenty were arrested as were thirteen other Communists for at tempting to demonstrate A policeman was shot to death bv ESUMES I Philadelphinns were prepared to i present their case for enactment i of fair square decent and reasonable laws to govern the Sabbath when i the House Law and Order committee of the State Legislature asks for pub lie expression today nt HarrtsbuiT on House bill No 1 i A unanimous chorus of ayes from i more than 1000 men and womei gathered last night at the Elks Club j delegated a committee of three men I to represent them at the Capitol when i the measure introduced by Represen j tative Louis of Philadel phia is discussed j It is designed to permit home rule j m communities which desires Sun j day sports between the hours of 2 and 6 p m I Councilman W W Roper once j football coach at Princeton Univcr i sity will head the Philadelphia com mittec Adolph Hirschberg Phila I dclphia labor leader and Councilman j Edward A Kelly will aid him Councilman Kelly one of the many speakers at last nights mass meeting challenged the proponents of the an cient blue laws of 1794 to preach more religion and less politics Opposed to changing thc blue laws is the group led by Rev Dr William B Forney general secretary of the Lords Day Alliance Roper mentioned Forney last night Commonwealth May Bis continue Direct Relief It Is Hinted SHOULDER JOHN GALSWORTHY GALSWORTHY 65 I State at Loss How to Fur nish Funds Without CausingUprising HARRISBURG Pa Jan 31 relief for the unemployed may be discontinued by the common wealth and ihe burden placed on the counties under a plan being consid ered today by leaders of the State Republican organization Biuk of the proposed move Indij looms the senatorial and guj I bamatorinl campaign of 1934 a eon test in which stale organization icnrt ers hope to wrest conirol of the gov ernmental machinery of the state j from the hands of Governor Oifiord i Pinchot it was The problem of unemployment re lief admittedly the mast sorious that I a general assembly of Pennsylvania has faced in many years is causing both Housc and Senate loaders concern Passes in London After Sedlak became the in pointing out that thelate Calvin Coolidge while Governor of Massa Fourday Strike Which Search Resumed Today for sSs Closed Ford Factories May Be Near End DETROIT Jan now asks He said If I have to choose between Dr Boat and Occupants Last i Seen Sunday Mormno Forney and Mr Coolidge I am on outitldj IVlQiniUg the sidc of Calvin Coolidce a sniper in the western section of i EriSSs Manufacturing Company re Pierce a number of boat owners the city Police said the bullet sumcd operations today after a four started out this morning to make V window a WaS fired j LSte which leci to cessation of another search of the Delaware River the sidc of Calvin Coolidge I a mectinp Of tnc Methodist Headed by River Patrolman George j Preachers Association of Philadcl Continucd on Page Ten Lingering Illness ccived Nobel Prize LONDON Jan iy dramatist nnd Re John Grovcr C Tnlbot Speaker of the House estimates about l have r1 I strjn only method of such n sum1 J us through drastic governmental econ or now taxation Ml factions agree that now taxes after she was judged to have thc most beautiful amis and Well L of protest from the Delaware died nt 9 a m today after a lingering I lo the Ohio probably causing a tax march on the general assembly Yet they franklyadmit that to ignore the unrmplbyed may lead to serious clis Wke protest against reted both ot METAL CRUCIFIXES LOOSENED BY WIND Nazis Socialists and Communists engaged in a freeforall at Konigs and knives flashed during a Nazi demonstration at Manneheim Scenes of wild joy were enacted in 11 r i jw j i jjuui 01 ui i the Briggsplants with 600 workers avenue who have been missineTSince th missing since i Coburg city and throughout Thurin gia the National Socialist strong holds Nazi officials were overjoyed at the achievement by Hitler of his ifes ambition Dr Joseph Goebbels told Interna tional News Service will be a Fascist state within 60 days We have fulfilled a 13year battle Dr Hjalmar Schact former presi dent of the Peichsbank declared 1000 employed by Rumors that the boat in which the I boys set out from Ricllev River earlv leaders announced a mass Sunday morning was found stranded illness Galsworthy who wasOR contracted a chill lost November and developed an illness which he never completely shook off uremia an outgrowth of the original illness His Illness prevented him from go ing to Stockholm to receive hc orders Therefore they are forced to deckle F K HYATT SPONSORS NEED OF SCHOLARSHIPS those now employed j M C President Declares Abolishment Would Rc the most value in the PRICE TWO CENTS C OF C EXPERT ENGINEERS END RESEARCH TASK Will Submit Findings of County Expenditures Probe to Committee Heads of Departments Praised for Cooperation Make Report Public The report of the research engi neers retained by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce to investigate public expenditures by county officials has been completed and will be presented to the commit tee appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to supervise the investing tion and headed by J H Ward Hink m Tf pealed yesterday when t w lies H Lewis research engineer vho has been in charge of the in vestigation addressed the members ot the Media Business Mens Asso ciation on the subject of public ex penamues Mr Lewis stated that although the report will be presented tonight it will probably not be made public for several days as the Gov ernmental Research Committee of the Chamber of Commerce must first It Continued on Ten for literature which had awarded to him Shaw and Kipling wore the only other British authors n warded the Nobel Prize Thc novelist died at his home in Hampstcad a quiet residential sec tion of northwest London Recent winds loosened She aged The novels comprising the Forsyte metal crucifixes on several of t he i Saga were among iho works that WOMAN MOTORIST and strike joint committee demands unfounded as the boat seen near the ferry slip has been there since Satur day morning and is painted different spircs atop Michaels Catholic i made Galsworthy one of the two most Church Eighth street nnd Edgmont widely rend British novelists sharing avenue and necessitated im inspec popular honors with H G Wells tion of all the metal ornamental workon the edifice yesterday after noon by members of the officials to negotiate a general return ot the menUnorkcir leaders aid Until the boat is found hope that the youthsare still living will pre vail It is pointed out that if their craft capsized it would remain AT POLICE ST A TTATsJ I irldGfinitslv Nothing has been seen rxj x wAjiorj 01 AIIUiN j of the boat or the oars The missing boys started for Ches i ing Inspector James A Devlin and Fire Chief Alexander Calhoun walk in front of thc church and drove the aerial ladder truck onto the side walk immediately in front of the Continued on Papo Ten AT CONFERENCE President Judge Roger Prone main entrance With the ladder ex tended within William A Jacquette represent the Delaware County Wel fare Council at thc annual conference SERIOUSLY HURT con The speaker snid that he and his assistant D H Krutsman had mi with complete coopera tion from every uKlM0nthcad in the Courthouse while they were conducting the re search work The Chamber of Com merce in an effort to reduce the 1933 budget of county commissioners is attempting to eliminate all unneces sary expenditures Taxes have increased everywhere curing the last two years because of the increase in public expenditures Mr Lewis said These two co hand in hand and until we stop unneces sary spending we cannot hope to re duce taxes The spoftkcr did not po into detail Suit in BootlCK Athletics Courtfe Continued on Patje Ten Mrs Monica Vincent 29 5f53 Sauric Jive n tic Ess Ing ton was seriously in jurort last nlRht about oclock nt Third and PowhaUan nvenues Essinflon wlicn an automobile in she wns riding was struck by a trolley car on the short line of ihe PhUndclphia Rapid Transit Company The woman was returning home when she wns injured She had rn tercd the car which she had left parked outside of a hairdressing es tablishment nnd started to cross the eartracks when an enstbouncl trolley car collided with thc vehicle which was carried a distance of about 30 feet before thc motorman could bring thc heavy vehicle under control Mrs Vincent was removed from the wreckage nnd taken to the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park where who tar Iiand where they had set out patrolmen on the switch by Hitler will be a boon i ooard and it is likely they will alter i checked TVT f world inate on the three shifts For vears in Nationalist circles announced that Wright worked the nieht shiftfrom Er AlfredHugenberg leader of the i n p m to 7 a m the other two and no rowboat with all boats on Sunday foreign and domestic indebtedness as i pension list nnd thedenTotion of alone the a prerequisite to economic recovery j tective Sergeant Hardman to trce tne niisi Colonel Franz Von Papen the department now has but chancellor who played a prominent three sergeants Hanlcy Farradav part in the formation of the new and Pearson It is probable that two ministrjf had announced last night01 niorc patrolmen may be dropped that the Hitler cabinet would not from the force to conform with th indulge in any economic experimentProvisions of the budget tion that the large to j chnirmnn nf which the crosses were attached viA fcj y i v ta J OllG 01 Lilt one remembered seeing a i within the spires had become rotted I made bv M in the Delaware river off j the metal was affixed with lag ie Tt men who reI screws and the lives of passerbsy had the boys home I becn endangered by the threatened afternoon and this loosening of the heavy iron fixtures the river and The sight of the fire apparatus and mudfiats for j tns nicn at work high above the ing boat occustreet attracted many curious spectai conference will tors and thc firemen were kept busy tomorrow nnprnoorT preventing pedestrians from walking inside the roped off sidewalk area topic of Un County Files Protest With Of ficial of College Commis sion for Middle States Thousands of promising boys will bo deprived of an opportunity for higher education and thc insidioiiK Influence of bootleg athletics will creep into college sport s if the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools succeeds in its ef forts to secure abolishment of all forms of athletic scholarships by Sep tember 1 This was the prediction of Colonel Frank K Hyattpresident and com mandant ot Pennsylvania Military College In a written protest sent to day to Dr A L Jones of Columbia WEATHER PREDICTED Gwwrally fair and somewhat warmer Ls the prediction today jn Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland There will be Increasing cloudiness andwarmer weather tomorrow followed by rain m the afternoon or at night The highest temperature here yes terday was 44 degrees at 3 p the lowest was 34 at 1020 a m The average of 39 was seven degrees above normal for the date but nine degrees below thc average January 30 last year Maximum temperature for the to a cloy JAPANS HOPPER FINED u TIIKASUKV PROCKKDS Three ation HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press HALT IN MAIL CONTRACTS WASHINGTON rear of a trolley car yesterday after noon Richard Harris 13 of Tllgh A resolution cslline upon the i aii near street was masfcnr nonovai tn iT 3 ana costs by Magistrate Ho in police court GENEVA Jan Jnpnncsr nrmy divisions vnon nro proceeding by train nnd held in bond for hearing the outcome of Mrs Vincents juries RADNORTrOWNSHIP TAXES REDUCED The slogan of the Delaware County Chamber of Must Bo Reduced bore fruit last nlfjht when the of Radnor township cut the tax rate from to 85 cents The new rate wnr nuicle possible hy a 12per cent reduction in sal aries of all fixed f v v i ftv 4 WUAI irf A Ui415 University secretary of the College ls 67 established in 1914 and Commission of thc Middle States As minimum 10 in 1008 socintion of Colleges and Secondary Sunrise today was afc 711 a m and sunset will be at 519 p m Eastern Standard time TWO District fire companies responding from Box 232 at Sixth and Wilson streets yesterday after noon discovered it to be a hoax Search was instituted for the guilty person or persons but proved un availing It was the second false alarm In the district in 24 hours the previousone being sent from Box 51 at Front and Fulton streets Schools Colonel Hyatt declared thai the drastic action of thc association against athletic scholarships might well be compared with the effort to maintain the Eighteenth Amend ment without the approval of the AT AGUA CALIENTE Ramon Ytfin Corida Moon Rose Johnnie D All Effort Junior Scth Mortana Coast Guard cutie master General to postpone all changes in air mail contracts nnn i r schedules until the new adrrunWra Ikc SmSles40 homeless charged tion takes office was favorably re i was sentenced to 90 ported today by the House ays m the county Prison He was office Committee iOimcl helplessly drunk in the rear of ia home on East Seventh street ycs RENDERING ASSISTANCE I rerday afternoon Singles has been arrested on numerous occasions for sldcd at the held in Wayne According to a maritime report the intoxication West End School Pupils to Have Home Gardem S r Tccolotc Ultimate Monks Dude Plain Mastor Si Vote Cross Clothes S Mac First Pip Black Minnie Mar Va jean Rose Very French Alcines Water Mark Francis Seymour Petite Xoyes Herbert Lyrical Lass El Monte Oblige Red Casino Mor voungT Weather clear track muddy uruard cutter Porichartrain is1 Frank Kemgan charged with bei aiding two ships in a effort to eet the ing down and out was clischartrrri i Technocracy Inflation rudderless tanker Eugene V ng down and out was discharged R i with a warning Kerrigan boasted standard n01 the r r n ii 1 ipi AH1 I 1J UUctiiLCU wi Thajer owned by the Sinclair Rcfini rhat it was the first time he was ari scem Lo navc any baring on the f ComPany to Port near Norfolk rested on this charge for more than LndA of AT HAVANA Declared Cameo Kirby Andy Charlie Chan Black Andy Sauf Ruth Marie Litch be run as Weather clear track fast M e e t i n Held Directors Trustees Chosen the Dewey Grammar School Third and Jeffrey streets Instead they are thinking of the products of thc soil from the lowly cabbage to the fragrant rose TT The explanation for this trend of Chester Hospital last evening for con mind is simple enough to expose fusions of the hips Other than learn Mrs Violet Ferry of thr science i mg the young woman was struck by and geography departments Mrs an automobile nt Ninth and Barclay Helen Chandler of the art depart streets police assigned to thc case I ment and Miss Lillian Marshall of a year YOUNG WOMAN jNjuREn Miss Irene Selheimer 716 West Eleventh street was treated at the gold marks to be added to their class ChinaJapan trouble room average for thc report periods When the children were approached on the subject the teachers wore bei sieged with cries of When do we start The three members of the faculty reasoned There is no time j like the present for if we wait until i warmer wenher perhaps the chil dren will not care to o through with thc plan taut if we begin immediately the gardens cnn be planned and grow ing by spring j And the work began sooner than I immediately anrt Possession of any other the English department of the school SornT of tlm pupils undrr the ana details No report of the accident was conferred on a plan whereby the direction nf vru PhVnriVr j macie to local police by the motorist pupils might institute homegardrnT i airiCtOn of to 11 I nor was any arrest made in the case and be marked accordingly said Continued on Fajrc Ten Culbertson Links Love and Bridge FRANCISCO Jan Ely Culbrrtson bridge expert told a group of enthusiasts of the here thai ii was the light wines and beer solution for the gambling spirit which he asserted was threatening the American Outsit ft of love iaid Culbert son I consider bridge the great est indoor sport I dont consider fighting over a bridge table any drawback A bridge table argu ment clears the atmosphere such an argument is in thc nature af a safety valve and should be hailed with delight by all players The way a man or woman acts in a bridge game Li thc way hc or she will act after the wedding If you would really know your fiance or fiancee play bridge nnd learn the worst will not approve of the prohibition of athletic scholarships and thc re sult will surely be bootleg athletics1 Just ns bootleg liquor is flourishing under the Eighteenth Amendment That the blame for the abuse of thc athletic scholarship lies directly at the door of the average college wns emphatically expressed by Colonel Hyatt He pointed out that if col ConttnucfJ on Ten To pies of Tlmes INJURED IN CRASH in Pew of our local police arc anxious to take a job on the police station switchboard Maybe they figure it isnt their calling job used to be taken care bv girls But nowadays husky men fill it to keep abreast of the times On Solomon Island men take wives automobile accident Norrl i Not much different from America A young girl who wns committed to the Slelghton Farms this county may never live to reach the inslitu town yesterday The victim Anna Doyle H wns riding in the Sheriff F Pepper and salt suits for men are H Brant of Susquohanna county predicted for the coming year They While passing through Nornstown f should be good for two seasons j the sheriffs car collided with one op orated by Israel Tnrlor of Philadel Wo ran look for an increase in the phia The girl was ciivorce rfite A judge granted a Montgomery County Hospital with j divorce because he had to internal inuries and a possible skull fracture The sheriff and his wife fight for his share of thc bed covers J N Pew Tr Sun ji i jr oun AT HTAIEAH PARK Roy Screech Rally directorate representative of i Chinan churches of all denominations in the i county and a group of ofScers and trustees chosen from local men prominent in the affairs of welfare and church work were chosen last evening at a reorganization nieetin of the Chester Rescue Mission held in the Y M C A building Seventh street and Edgmont avenue The following churches were rep resented in the directorate Olivn Round Zorana Golden Fate Mint Presbyterian Charles Anderson Drift Bitty Bit Klein Topple Weather clear track fast NEW RULERS OF THE REICH AT FAIR GROUNDS Gyro None 5 Tweeny clctiifv Madison Street Methodist W Har vey Hall Marcus Hook Baptist Vaughn Young Mt Hope Methodist Joseph Shisler Eddystone Methodist R K Humfreis Norwood Methodist Clarence Duke Glenolden Presby terian Charles Reynolds Cokesbury Methodist Mr Sipple Aldan Union Somcrs R Adams Parkside Meth odist E R Stern First Baptist T 7 N Howard McCray Folcroft command at last in Germany is Adolph TfiUcr George A Plynn Grace Chapel Oak the fierj Austrian from Munjrh 1those troops started momWilliam G Hancock Morton f f Methodist Paul C Tarr Crozerville p njr hc slrecs of Berlin after he had been called Methodist Jacob Wilson Providenep to the chancellorship by President von Hindcnbur Put Avenue Methodist Karl Aean ColLu lingdale Baptist G A Phillips St I venerable president surrounded the dynamic leader Grrman na safcpiiards Among those Continued on Pasc Ten in lb lineup tocJj ae to Body builders were blamed for plants closing down Tom Cockhill snid he had nothing to do with it They say it isnt necessary to have n license to hunt trouble but every day they nock to Media to gee a marriage license A speaker here says there is an inrvfaio in child prodigies No I doubt hes been speaking to a lot of Company Official Warns parcnts Against Additional Levy l T Kr fhal Ward chicken farm fire N Pew Jr vicr president of rhe have little to crow about Sun Oil Company last night said a proposed oneccnr fcdenl tax increase i Administrator Pcnnington tells us on gasoline would bo a crime i tnat if Congress slashes the dry en I think its absolutely raw he dcj budget the speakeasies Glared in a broadcast from a Philaj wil1 havc easier sailing Now we ask delphia radio station The States i now discovered this source of revenue and have used it to build our highway system Thats the only possible justifica tion there ever wns for picking out one industry for such a plucking The Weather Tan The onecent tax was an outrage twocent onf would be a crime i WASHINGTON Weather forecast JT v nmn ISCW TcrscV Fair rnd When the totaV tax goos i varmrr Wednesday increas cenu evasion and bootleggin are cloudincss antl warmer rain inevitable The States arc robbed j niffht i thc industrys price structure is Pennsylvania Fair and i wrecked and the racketeers get an warmer tonight Wednesday Dr Franx Scldtc Minister of Labor Lieutenant General Werner von Blomberjr von Hindenburffs trusted adviser who is the new Minister of Defense Franz von Papcn former Chancellor now Vicechancellor and Reichs Commissioner in Prussia Hitler Alfred Hu Nationalist leader Dr Ells von Rcubenbach Minister of Ports and Transportation Count Lutz von reappointctl Minister of Finance endowment fund for corrupting offi cials and defeating justice Mr Pew contended that the future of the oil industry depends upon fair ness in taxation Government he said can destroy an industry with iLs taxing power Unless it changes its policies it will do to the oil in dustry what it has done to the rail roads through excesses of regulation and unreasoning control No other industry he said pays as hcavy taxes as docs the oil industry which for thc current fiscal year paid out a total of taxes mostly on gasoline cloudy and warmer occasional lig rain Wednesday riicht and probably in west and north portions in after noon Western Pennsylvania Cloudy anrl warmer tonight and Wednesday oc casional rain Wednesday and in west portion late tonight colder Wednesday niffht TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 38 1 1 a m 45 7 a m 40 Noon 50 8 a m 43 1p m 53 9 a m 44 2 p m 10 a m 43   

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