Chester Times, February 2, 1933

Chester Times

February 02, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE \;;i !• Mi* ( IK( i i \Tio\ I «*K SI \ MHM H> FABING SIM KMR! K 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ * With All Latest and Best News of the Day TH YEAR—Na 17,506. Wirt Renort* of U unci International Ne** * .Se Pm JNJ t H KST KU, PA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 103.1 EK;UTI MN PAGES PRICE, rwo CENTS PENNA. SCHOOL DIRECTORS BACK TEICHER PW CI T Convention \pproxes ll lh IO and L’O Per Ont. Salary Slashes J a mr*- L. Rankin*'* Report on Subject Xdopted: “Ripper Hill” Up HARRISBURG, Pa Feb J YO The State School Erectors *. nation today approved both ICI and JO pe. cent cuts in teachers* claries created through adoption of two p-arate reports, one that of til* resolutions committee and the other, the findings of the legislative LEAVES SECOND WIFE AND DAUGHTER TO RETURN I IC ll ll WHI TUX l)KIMTY SHFRIPK HOME AFTFR MEMORY I APSF OF 22 YFARS    n.i.Mii/iun    i'i*i i i • v i HOME AFTER m MORY    |\.n    REI)    IN    CRASH    j    IS    PERSISTENT In Washington, lh ( .. lins- I notified lor Pact irs iii Uo-pital W ith Hitch-hiker; j lice Court, However, Long Record Broken im ti. S. Stuart. Hatboro, proposed i "in case of dire necessity thr sr mcnt of this a .'.celation be ;ha be permissible tor the school bos to cut IO per cent. on sate r ic J bx law, provided, of course, thai no case shall this reduction fall br the minimum requirements of Edmonds” Art.*’ This stand was endorsed v lien convention adopted the report w out dissenting vote. James I. Rankin, of Chester, s im Tilings, mal sci if sji ism x o; opt ion rn a a i v 'n! ar ic amounts that no teacher "I salaries which each tc id entitled under existing lax* The convention accepts port also Bo*h reports declared nr tent ion of the Edmonds ,C- iv a i *    . nd r* i •#*■ I od to permit Mispen' ion n! < ’^nicnts unu"!' mil net . •Irs Ida Wa;:.ii-. Su elected president to sud Joseph Se.ttergond. Wes Other officers elected w Miller, of Allentown, Mi Marshall, of Swarf hmore, v Murray. Newell, all Nice \rouse (M tieial’s Ire icr County C o rn rn I a a t o n e I M Hamilton a resident of j town township and head of the , nu Box Factory, Sixth and streets, this city. it in th" ‘ y Hospital. Washington. I* C , I ig treatment for minor tnjurk . ii*k and William Cherry, RL of > iphia. a hitch hiker,” who j »‘U a Un bv fhv (TiuNtur nu i* Bark to ids home, wife and two sons after lf vrars of blankness—~<Jui inc which tim** hr mairied, became .«    I father and prospered—r. me I cigar G Mien Ile left his Ridgewood N .I home 22 years ago. a vi* tim of amnesia, and settled in Knoxville. J I mn., as led Morris. Ile married and has a daughter, Dolores, now Ii j ears old His memory suddenly returned and he is now back in Ridgewood ss it ti Mrs. \llrn and his two sons Atune left, is the Mien home at Ridgewood at right, Mien; and, below. Dons Morris and Mrs. * led Morris", sp| IIM XII I I ING on tile of W, a tor of the larger veil at on a charge of leek I held under bond pent e of the injuries sn-un pants of th#- Hamilton ie first accident in th* -ig experience of Mr ll. nvn.rt in th,' Ut Mn matter Near Wilna ook Cherry, who was lo his car When 1 on. the collision bet nu Mr Hamlltci e rendered u \ mg been I inst tire frat hosp WED: four-"FREE BUSINESS MAN HI RT FATALLY IN ALTO MISHAP Helio* rd to Have Izist Con* trill of ( ar on Road Near Chester Park Vehicle ( rashes Through Fence and Down Embank mcnt I Believed to have lost control of shed through a fee mad that skirts intry club, near c: ProMde lice I down « i ba W. Benfi ce, 4 Anet pc I Park in hip. and business He died r Hospital short! the institution. tided bv c H Ne one f 1 steer umero :ier's office i rued today (Hies to the Brookhaven, sd. car while Yr. Ha To .lust about to sri sail on a ?.j MI). Ii mile cruise lo the Simih Seas and the is ll    Orient. Barbara notion, above, as th’ e* ,• I - sliced reporters that she Is "a tree i'm’i it soul" ami thai ans and all rumors of !'ii ii h*’ her engagement to anyone were false ' she is heiress In Ole 3>IH.Ullll,OOO Wool* Iii! I '' ’ H ort h I err I line. When un wind Bendee slumped ng wheel and bleeding is Cuts aud bruges. o revive hun Newsome to his automobile and took him to the bolita died without regaining rn Heath was due to a sk rid C DESPONDENT MAN HANGS HIMSELF Second Word Resident Brooded Over Death of (>:ilx Son in Accident C K Patter on. Tm Cilium McBride, Hi et cr Meek. Alo* ma; ( ontirtued on Page Sixte n SI’KKDINU MOTORIST II VS TIM! INIIX ISKI) While hastening to k point ment in iv mon, M mug. Watt Lancaster, xxi block South T delphi*. was ai J Kelp of the Clifton racks. State Highway P before Alderman M P. f Ninth v a rd, this <*. .I fined $10. Ko!p aid the Philad driving on Ninth st ref a more than 55 mile-an ho Beth tvf*t. Phlia -cd bv Pi 11 olm a n J. Taken *n* Ti ime~> mooning Sc!tool D'zia SEES IHG LOSS IN DAMES B\NK LOAN one eon his fa i U.’i w it put hand) and bund: (hee. at M< trlen Sen. Hrookhart Tells (I roup ROD\ t ll*1 DROWNED I . S. Gut Stiffer to Ex- SEAMAN RECOVERED tent of 30 Million M NAOR I). Ilf \RT, OK ,vl1 WILKES-!!ARRE, DIES NO I E ASKS s:»o,<Mio I w TO NAME HOM HER nod I KS-BARRE, Pa, Feb. I fUP* The man from Wilkes Bart Dana I I . Hart, four times mayor.    Pending the in playwright and orator, died in Mr Hospital here today after a aerie* operations. ai in* rf. and Belick* Sued at 523 Penn st ire la survived by his widow and .nix children. stigatlon bv the coroner's office, funeral arrangement* have not bren completed An Inquest will probably be held the JI NOT < of a dredge e river iu-a air Reftnim us morning [ward Brad fell o board ti lambing    or .our    "Dan    Hart    was born and reared in    tetter P*** of    ,hP w,M'k* ,    MARTIA    ( KOI DY; COMlKll XV KATH Kit dry and Canada, Die Palish Pries* a pinv that is Partly cloudy is the prediction to-known .i.J on* i sh* nation, I licit, iii al ^    ^    tomorrow,    with slightly tied over to poller stars made his home their home and uh federal    author-    hr was    intimately connr<ted with    voider weather tonight, in    eastern I ne Hi    nut ny of the    leading figures of the    Pennsylvania,    New' Jersey, Drlaxiarc f* this rut ii aet but I could Ho on I did it ma -el I and no rn is to blame whatsoever. I h enemies in the world. Love and don’t worry, Will,” a venue to inc prebendine hi of P*P< f. “2 She i in blin to the N. PROVIDENCE TAXPAYERS MEET Commit L e Na mud to XKI in Botulin':    Unbent Rates A M. as a been tarted rotten en bv Mrs J it* Rib ©on i bing i ti I ii South Browd i tails on Bat hi ■ h coat the life of and injured four reft and the hun* Hilt !»' ma v ‘ding ( REES LOW INTEREST R XTE EDR I ARMERS H** gained wide fame as un orator and ii' "tfie man from Wilkes- Barre I nu*)*- ti* quent platform appearance* I a ter iv entered polit ira and after serving two terms wa e.ty treasurer ire n( was fi»* ted mayor of the eity. Three times that voters re-elected him to head tile city government, and it wa* while serving the first year of hts fourth h nu thit. illness sent hem to Hart never married and h I vol ,    „    itrothcr.    Mulla of Marc md Pat toned € StNill* » "ll KING ll Al I MANAGUA NI ar:*'.: , *. F* b. »l’Pi Gen. Augustine Rstndino. turesoue r* bel whose Guerillas the last few years harried I n States Marines and the Matte Guard in Nicaragua, arrixed bete (i -v on a mission of peace, lh* mal indicat'd that a ti— h »minced with Preside ...... —. Ta spa j < ontinued un Page "ixteen tov i FAC 'INC; ( H ARLE OE LR WI) KARLENY fir rn big b Martin Mitch* ho Nether Providence mUW1#, WMl *,ho th)nk rht .joined the ever- been better to save th increasing number of citizens w'ho are even if you luicl to let demanding retrenchment in expenses *fn Rte***, hart retouch HEED ON LH \R(,E oi eorlinl ( he< k When P Cm Dan peter Herman © ain Harry Hayes a n, who, with an as- a for the body for I* ;i was brought to Hie F •a *s in a badly dc < rn Deputy Coroner k Ma re us Hook xx* as n In rf 1 nudity prices •very, a Hen-lee? wsux told lei* >,f    f(»    |j,,. land Bank. rment it a ie farmer by Hart, Wilke* -Barre, NEU HOMS M A RL 11 and Maryland. The hight t temperature here >*s-terday wa.. 50 degrees at 2 30 p rn, and iii*’ lowest was 37. at ft a. rn Tile H'c of 4 was twelve degrees above id for the date and sixteen degrees above the average February I Inst vear. Maximum temperature for til* date ta HI. established in 191k, and minimum 2, in 1920 .Sunrise wa? a* 7 Of) a rn , and sunset will be hi 5 21 p in, Eastern Standard T ime. VV G XI \v OII, v St IT IIH deb* burden unci bim ’CIU*I identified the suicide victim Mi s Ro *’ Carney, aged about 90. At an enthusiastic meeting he]*! In ie South Media firehouse, nu •    - i prog. tile i. Juan B ion wo* i if: I peace in I s. rot X-1 ■;\ ii \i am I New York county iud larceny. Mitchell. Paul Ban I INS* was locked day bv K . * tie n WASHINGTON Feb rrasury balance    as of January 31,    pending ai im; -nm* n* mu tv. A ic    * .’7.4S2 fids R": expenditures,    $3 Rift.-    circular railing lo: h i    :* . loin; CUSH* ma    receipts,    $19,351-    rut ainee Mrs Ann.. Jan ii;    of Broo (5 24.    lyn, identified a picture    rf him    f that of the man who helped anoth' man swindle her out, of $15 000. d WT, jf Arch Philo* A P not f < d and removed the remains his morgue. FAVORS LERMAN ARMS KU. AUH ( ,„ v||1,s GENEVA, Keb, 2    <    INS» France d a plan by which Germany j lied a de ter rn in a- **ne. . the taxpayer*, to Paul in HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bx failed Pres*) VT Vt.I V < XI ll V I I One lone yesterday far police court this morning and held for investigation. The d : n was booked as Samuel Dobson Negro. ch. Mfd •*. it ii sit rn* on of p. ff, I- ^ Commis-    would be granted    arms equality bv    i /ard Patterson w-ho held    progresaive stnge-    when the general bail for a further hear-    commission of the    International Dis armament conference resumed its to Continued    on Page    Sixteen Mf    Madelyn H Reid. Hurley    ' street near Indiana avenue to whose TTxe French proposal, offered bv 1 RAIL PRF.SIDI.NI    lit    Mi    husband    Norman Castle Reid. the    Rene Mav-igii, carried provisions bv    ; check was made nut was also arrested which the pan* government hopes to '1 NEW YORK. Feb 2~fIN8» C. wnd held in $200 bail.    '" .vhirvr if .sec urity aim* j. iu-j-cjted here Demo** Em mons, 62. president of th< la gist rate He n i After an all night search, park ON CAPITAL PLANNKD into the Hchuvlkill river after doff- WASHINOTON. Feb. 2 «IN8>~ Plans for a new bonus march on the JS niiht    Philadelphia. National Capital in April, during tile anticipated special session of Congress. wept revealed today before tile joint congressional committee un vet-    DKC    RUK    ON    HOLIDAYS Brans' .-Mairs by Emmanuel Levin, Levin appeared ax spokesman for HARRISBURG, Feb 2 <IN3> — the Veterans' central rank    and file    Governor Gifford Pmchot, today di- rommlttee, which he described as a    reeled that during the jg’riod of the bl-partlMin organization    legislative se.vuon* no department A: k*’d bv Senator Walsh,    ID •, of    itiav rinse entirely on a holiday. Both Mas:.aehuxetts, how man',    veterans    fur- birthday anniversaries of George ( ASH KOR REEH <] E tir i»!ann*d to bn ny I*    Washington and Abraham I . I "it might be 10,000 and It might be observed as Blate holidavs. 0 OOO "    ___ mg Jerteral crc i assistance. je nnet t said, want to carry able to cany HARRISBURG Pa., Fe The State i-me rge m y ft* JJP Be PRI EMIN I N I "I KG KON IHI o in r f in ion represented $2 OOO HANOVER. Pa , Feb. 2 <INS» Dr Elm* r A Kell, 54 prominent, surgeon ^,jj otipm Se/ dead at hi* home here today of ^av groundhog c J opiesof l imes HI ED I nit (Hts) DINING given ti *m Una tho UM Hudson A* Manhattan R. Complinx’. flied suddenly of heart rh ease tori av in hts atilt* at th** \\ dorf-Astoria. I —tfuern Susan. Nelhane, P:it-v 1 O' —    —    >•    -    1    In*    Pa at F xhovi Po’jr: n Do laura. Tassajara. Prevue. .Moan Rose, Forgetful June. 7—Queen Bc'csle.    Zuthrn, Prine Rock. California Beaut', Diodcro. f*moblie .Iola Shot. Black Minnie, Fair Mote, I ncle. Rapid Bella. J—t None a— None . I—| air Orb. Double Ullin, "ir Dean. Cassada, f ranc is    Seymour, Pbti '. Mriiirs, Panda, (    ordon Bleu ;—Go’den Sweep.    I nrle ll* rbct. f I j 111>    t *    H()i)(>> fin* (lear Dude Ranch-r. Rurnam, Sba\*'r.    ,    .. . suitor.    Nazi    Majority in Next XX rat brr, clear : Irac k. £0***1    .    .    . Keirhstag' X I ll XX XN \ " fiERJi \.\ EEKfTKr SET FOR MARCU 5 JIENX J lf IM 111 I - lf I lf IHI > DENVER. Feb 2    (INS I F Bon fils 72. owner and publisher the Denver Po t. cirri at hts ho early today following a brief Uln* SEES END OF RAI I.-BUS WAR SAYS PINCHOT IS E. IL Ii. HAS GIANT ROAD DIET ITOH SOCIAL PROJECT >ney nnd $3 HfKi.CKKi in    a heart aftark. lh*. Kell, a forme i« state by tile Recon-    Mftyor of Rawlingtv. Wvo, came to    '‘ j ‘ n< »• Corporation, his-    Hanover in 1929 He had practiced ig the counties will be    'urgerv and medicine in Pottstown    one of our J • r    }    from 1910 to 1915.    pigeona    the ©th leo approved purchase!    «.■.    ,    mean    enough    to rn at ll Kl a c of $ 117,000 i of ceiuntx Hiuhv. i.\ ( hipf Tells Rnih- Rrcsiflcnl-plcrt Woulil I so «*\» ch xm.iMi M prs (GitcriDir Makes Dc-    Trim. River Hasin in r (•Lion on Improvpmonfs    Emplox mcnl Elan a 111* WARM SPR I NI He I— Nunc *■—Bough Rider .—Diahxmrdr. Pr*n*e^s Isabel, S.'rn '-lick. 1—Inti "lint. 5— None». r*—Nina's Babv, s* -'rping flout sun Dance, >anda!«, Broken stone, Panfron. ; _ \ nit es! a 6 XXeatber—Clear. Track—last. BERLIN Feb. 2 'UP Pol < lpied the Berlin hendqunHer; nment M* ca u se cl n lune' a inst    po 'n predict* nd Hitler irious parts of Grana ?ven deaths and numert ter Hitler beeeme Chancellor Th° sudden occupation of the Com I - < raigco " is Xjigx. Morgil, Hex mun    coincided    wni I h'I* Pennate Bob’s Play. 3—Doubtful Girl. Saran*. Ruth * rieu- nu*    *>*    3    .    n    !.*    n* elected March 5. X I III XI I XI! I* XBK dolt, Gres "asb fe*'<n£ Qu-en r.—Ever Fair. I— Nope . .*>—Supercharge. *— None). I — f Non**I. X* "ather—Clear. Track —' XT I AIR GUO! SDS J— None Vladimir, k ” — Lorraine K "I X;n ’ t—I.ady General. 5— None . r— N'nn*1 :_D-r-,    \    ’.[    v, 9__' XX ca'her—f Der. track—X’uddv, clear majc .cichstag t* The Char fluff — CUP) ads by f INT imittec qav heard Be* ’I S. Lews rd Pinch** improved project ai acier tjpo mg terr w modern lh gitm st reti cif Virgin’*-A fin i;tin lute tile Kl experiment announced Tenner see t conal la bo the five el vclopmem, ES, Ga , Feb 2 ;*■’ Roosevelt to-r‘ ..ii* of a git.antic ' I ) y in char-< c,*t. bee n wnrk-at would make a *<f ti.'* whole r**->m the mountain Ti cif bf Mexico. [By it will const I-y a1 and economic or.. Mr. Roosevelt wsc'S t*» utilize the ,n a*- or vrusf na-,i Ii to combine >f d ■;: j i < ti 11. y rn I rip - bange sheets at Harri.x-iiowed 16 persona dis-8* a Le service, seven ad-pav I* ll and three placed I list. Thiit v-four on-de part. rn* nt of highways en an indefinite !»ase of orig those add'd to the CG* ii Gate hell, Rutledge, I IBI IN Al GI ST A, MI AUOUBTA, Me, Fib. 2 'INS' p, The busine oistnet of Augusta w tx . threatened today as firemen fought for fcYur hours to subdue flames that . swept two large* buildings doing dam- ' age estimated at $85,000.    pf TWO MOTORISTS AKE EXONERATED -crappm r are uld tm it trap Ph for patrolmen But most of iwake with the f    en? n tv he new 'n “!, bu! it s JU.1! a weekly oc-!n the * .!. i- I mer With A five kids, and a pay, check. iud ions announced bv the Tlx Electric Company are eentnf with current condi-Wlsc Guy. MORK WINTER AHEAD rn ( oi'tiiKT > Juries I rec I hem of ISlame for Deaths of A new beer bottle cap ha.* ivented Few guests are int* n th th < 'intinu-f! *m I t-e "ixie- n < ontinueri on Page sixteen i Novel Plan is Adopted at West End School Man anti Lir! A coriin era jury sot que M rn r" ZU* Ail if the R* red Hugcnburc. nationals^ ho favored ruling the conn ut parliament. The Nazi chancellor dias* Lfich-stag. in which no par’ majority, yesterday with Pi That Ute fight between railroad* and motor transport companies, a* hic h has v aged ever since motor buse s filtered the transportation field is neat an end. iv reported he Alfred It Swavne, vice-president cif General Motors. Se, ayne, above chairman of the highway users in Hie joint com be:' ad t ii- I '• *TI• i'-n th re ( ontinueri **n i a: > "ixteei. men.its. The claver rote t each ■•.•JI and th< Aion be'ween school ■ » .unu of school ce rn* *1 (< rn* 'I ! fin anc l;a I ri.a ”.. home-tin! as peri a f seal * so the children. ha.s bet n .m important far - cd t> * t u mal life vt the •or in ic ii co I life btl! haws been v» it * : < a family wa : feel rid I doubly important during 'he present need of food and clef h ** VI,Sit, economic err-: . pl OX r n i ac I.*T Visit* made by lr .'Cher:, have served would 1 lake the nee* ary st * to bind home env i.onment and school nb'ain I he required ar ii* for them work because of the sometimes ner- If th*- i iroblcm on hand e.vsarv extra att ention required bv poc/rly educated fa rn ii the :ome pupil from a home in unfor- teacher would take the J luprl in hand lunate rireumsta nces. Riving Y lim or her any c; (Ira att ention Instances ha\e been cited 'inhere a possible This st*'p wo u id be taken teacher, visiting t h>- home of a pup.! to permit, the pupil tx) ab .. orb a.s much ha? found cond! it ion exist in*' that learning a.s pex",I hie Si ich ext v rr^rs’/’n ;mrr '.''diat"’ion. Some of th es* i nstances have con-1 < **ntinued on I’agr :• tx tee ii “Firemen Aiding Hospital,” reads a Chester Tunes headline And we ury sitting af the in- might add, motorist! arc doing their .roe ‘he cause of    death    da,ndr^ lo    Bend    patients    there. b r, Sine! ir Oil    Com-    a burglar    stole    $3 from    a Market i, ye*terday afternoon street store the other night. The rom r White * office, burglar who breaks into a Market 4 ■1* mal death and ex- money the.*** days. is an optimist. W Baker, Lincoln The average man •’ ’s rn decline gler of all blame af 2:>- -savs a speaker here. So does ... * . -en ..nom    I! 40    th*    girl.    b ,t ‘    v .'(vs    on tight of January    27. It    declining until she    accepts, cording to testimony a.s poor. Mr Ziegler . and was on his way caving the plant gate he no-chest<r bound trolley car ippofite and rushed out di- I he Weather ai iv* ii bv B . . ’+*'H Y >    <’    A*    IPAL-S*’ Ight Rlcie. He* had not seen Zieglf nd struck him. Walter Spence, another employe a Bi cr Groundhog '■aw his shadow ti • p, . offe ad U.*’ best ’- s ;moi;- WASHINGTON, Feb. 2— I Tj — ,    .    Forecast for tonight aud Friday: I astern I’ei.n.vB .ma I’artty .    .    .    cloudy. slictitB * older    tonight:    F    riday puked up a    parll> rloudv. slightly    colder    In    aoutli. ‘iw*'1,,?/    (1 <(>ssir‘-    east portion. .    ?)an    Western    Pennsylvania:    Partly " ■'X pi* "ding at a eloudv, slishtB colder tonight, Iri-K rL'.,!lft A. Sr: Wh0    ha<1 U'U    day part Iv cloudy. \r« lnsr\ :    Partly    cloudy and "liehtIs colder tonight and Friday. I OD XX " I KAI PER ATI RF old (ridili fi. But if the remahider Lee I of Hi** «* i Vc . i a mi'd as Januar\ •egarding the arndent Ziegler, he i 6 a rn. ... 44 ll a. rn. ,. ■aid ran into the truck and was a m 4f> Noon .or sed a boul fifteen fe*” through thr R rn. ... ... 47 I p. rn. .. ....55 ii a rn. ... .., 48 2 p. nu .. ....54 < untinued on Page >i\teen IO a. rn. ... !!! 50 ;