Chester Times, February 3, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT r Ain (I RCI’LAT ION FOR SI \ mon I MS FN MINO SI FI i MBI R 20,103 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.507. e*>ed VA'll rid Intern; Two Convicted Officials of Closed Upper Darby Bani' Sentenced lo Jail Terms 8 WOMEN DEVI) IN INCENDIARY FIRE AT SANITA RHM Alentally - unbalanced IV" -George Wilcox, Former President of Institu- Hents Ru>h Back lr. n don, Most Pay Fine and Costs and Se*Bazine I nit.i i lime in Penitentiary J. Af. Her dear* ic, Colic' Ouestion 'fan M-Jr., of Media, Will Serve Term at Freed- leued to ii a vc A»ad meadows Prison Farm CHESTER. PA.. FRIDAY, FE RRC ARY 3. VXV,\ GERMANY’S “MAN OF THE MONTH TWENTY PAGE? PRICE, TWO CENTS George W. StatzelI, Jr., and Nicholas A. Dolton Are Given Time to Make Restitution of Certain Funds Attorneys for Wilcox and Hardcastle Serve Notice of New Trial Appeal to Superior Court Threat* Vuain^t Director ICK! IFF! O. F b 2 FP -rv at RidgrchfTr .sanitarium (or 2* O opt VV Four former oil of Upper Ha ray nu charges growl bezzlrment of $35 funds, appeared b Samuel L Reed. .sentence today at Two of the fief 'ail terms and hr inr the other tw< Judge Reed to all tumtv to makp re George Wilcox . of the bank, con ITI out Comp ie embank J Juricf while sentences were deferred bv r them an oppor-tution. former president •ted on nineteen and 60 days i ti on of $4,500 I nun adiate I merit i r»f sen XX Cfi Alexar and J F 5 Haidca st Ie, i peal ic trial w ould b given a VfeDcn Prospect Park Slate Bank Scene    of$2,000 Bobbery; Bandits Make Getaway I ive U nmashcd Men l.ntcr Building in Business Center of Borough, Cow Only Occupants, ( ashier and Young Woman Assistant, and Scoop Up $2,000 From Counter of Feller's Cage Miss Large Sum Stored in Vaults ut I clephone and Alarm Wires Before Con-fronting frightened Employes — Fifth Member of Gang Remained at Wheel of High-powered Car, Parked in Front of Bank, in Which J hey Speeded Away VV Slttin 'un v. •mc from embf rn th I were Judgt nd Mac Ha de, of t whom Judge Hee oun.sei fr >r Wi lo ,Unscl iced t hfi or Court t an a for n I and ba ll was ! x, anet at $5000 I wmh wi th Jud Fronefirk 1. Brool Ming burn Mi making f lent*. WR5 sc n- conferred before imposing tenced on one count to pay ii fine of A dram anc appeal (or XI OOO. mal ce restitutio n in tho amou ut behalf of us client was in of $12.OOI and sen c t bree to *ix tornev W C, Alexander years in t he Eastern Penitentiary. in attorney* ilso making plea / od i lion o paying he cesta in t be of the int ’n they repine case. claims bn rig combated ny John M Hardcasth Jr 40. of M .- mon wealth s attorney, A?? (Ma. form# r title oflif cr, found gut’ *v (net AUO! IVV XV R Loa I of thirtee n similar counts, was o i - ail ! he inc n had had fair dered to lav $1000 f ne and casts in The dc fendanta were Hie case. res titution in t v after one of the lengthier uty court-rd he had sentence mercy in de bv AT Ms (lea I npil Mi Attn' r R( ‘I lip mrd famou« l ier In I urr fireman' the Austrian who rove I. ranters char■»< tee stud', t 'est ii a mw will rule h' de, r e Mi *• *jrc\ lo ***pi vrar plans In ' ive the worker and t in the off!ne "f', Na*i C onin BRITAIN NAMES FIVE TO CONDUCT at least until ll an h A. is that of Vd alf Hitler, new Nor! cha nett mr n n paperhanger to virtual Miler of Germany is pnrtr.ned Iii this tripl trirhstag is rlretecf March 5, the pi'**, nt one hating bern dissolved Hit** s mm mini rn ate -,i' Have been I* inched I * s Ids regime, and two four tier bv fompuhot' labor schemes and establishment of farm colonies ar ast clashes continue, death tolls mount. I HK AM) ('OI,UKK IV KATH KH KUKUK THI) A Ii I f ti BLV. I OU amount of $10.o< thrice year* in Farm Prison. Sentence was i A. Dalton 58. I and treasurer, carlie of fra Judge Reed allo" make restitution George W S Drexel Hill. form reeded Wilcox a; ie Broadtneadow erred on Nichols adown?, secret ai (twitted on on dent ronveraior him two year* t $4500 /ell, Jr.. 88 e director, who sue •esid^nt. convict e , who san trial. convict et i trials ii Delaware county bv a Jury of arvel women and five men. who arrived ai a verdict after 24 hours of deliberation at the conclusion of 1,1 days oi testimony presentation Judge Recd the trial jurist, refused motions foi new trials at that time Wilcox was accused of being the recipient of most of the funds in tiff commonwealth testimony He resigned short Iv before the bank clos 'c on Mav lf) IOU, and was listed a; a (oxsi am i; bunskit MJI un pts M Half an hour after the Tire wa discovered, the structure was entire!' < ani inned on Pane Eighteen BOY SKKIorSIA I NJ Lf? ED BY Al TO Jam a venu' right Nit Nor Mf SKP VE HOT Ll NCU TO IVORKINO CHOCKS TO SAH, FOH FU AMCF For more than three weeks, men or king on public school property in 'd to hi as an .    _    .    .    , her husband made plans Chester Township have been served a Pitn, J{ WflS rrv,aj£, 1fH hot lunch by members of the Felton jay Oarsson. special assi Hose and Chemical Company No. I tory of labor, tha' her I Kl the firehouse on th*' Concord road Marquis Henri De I,a Fi The merj are divided into three Coudrave. had bern qu groups, each group working one dav i week, in return for which they receive a foot I o.'tier. Af. present they are encaged in grading 'lie fawn of the Franklin School on Chichester road. Thp task of preparing the food foi • me 1 wenty men three times a wee* has been undertaken bv James A Ullpr. Sr Harrv Barrowclough. Samuel Miller and James A. Miller, Jr down on Chester pike near Washington avenue. Prospect Park bv an automobile viriven bv Charles D Phil- , Neville -------- Ups.    of 227 Eighth ■ *ice*, Upland    th**    **»*> HOLLYWOOD. Feb. 3    INS)—A    The injured lad was picked up Constance Bennett film star, and P'd in automobile of a passing hoist and taken to the Taylor Hos-fal, Ridley Park, where he was ad-itted for treatment. Phillips was placed under arrest bv ent'ge Wood chief of police o NI ac Don rid to IL ad ( cm-millet to Negotiate '.N ith L nit cd Str.fov Plan “NI i I Vd Minder ( anced it ion, Is (>rder From the ( abinef I ON DON Feb 3 UP TI Brl Jell cabinet today entrusted negotta -liras with the United Stites for war ti'bt revision to a committee of five cabinet members headed bv Prime Minister J Rams al MacDonald Other members of the commise are: rn YOUNG WOMAN ATTACK VICTIM; SUSPECT IS HELD Third IN a rd Kcsid* ut Sat' NS ilniinutcn Man Inflicted Mer In inrioh lf ut led IL»r Down Flight of Stairs After Vdminis-ttiinu I'patina a rn, tort av and , let wet n build I ii so a fully !h'* ling to ,'ount' read am J Mar- Georg e XV or and M>on < Kl t j 'n. 'Die cr, and qulrkj rot v t hi w wood, of p d with h Ma bm WI w i the rear of tho d bv the bandit* 1 gunmen left the re cashier, called isked th# operator u Bt ate police, id Chief of Pollee osprrt Park, were the stale troopers igh-pourred rifles, v carried out no outside tile build-iutpprnmg until d and spread the rid I were working on 'n Hie four rushed in URGES LAWYERS TU TAKE Af TI VE PART IN POLITICS Miss I tolph. who noon r reamed h*r compo? lure aft cr the robhi prs had fled. * Wh "ii the fellow who walked he- hind t he rag ;e toid me to put my hands up. I w as so ani I/cd that I just ail ired at ildn’t realize what I t was i all about fie repeated his cw nm and v and I rem lember rats- Ing my ’ arni.*, but I was I rembling ?o that I eouldn fit keep the rn up The bandit sa w rn iv condition and smiled and Hi en terr larked ‘okav ' sister. Just, turn yi mr fa fi e to the wa ll and you TI ba all right I” d br W in her h ll po riou# tilt. Airn bv Mu! in LOS ANGELES, Feb. I hearing was scheduled tr vov ei ament’* proceeding John Farrow, Australia! writer, who was held i bond Th)' hearing will b in secret. Mn he; Ho iken to t in NO! Prosit! ire of .■nod. wile re Sir John Sir Walter Run' Board of Trad Tile commit completing n United Skates debts and mf for advising t negotiations Baldwins an John M. Hemphill, '.N est , ; Chester, Speaker at Bar h;*’ Association Nice!ins: Ban* Kiehfornth Amendment .and Critic Attorney* for Inactivity Detect!'« Polire Mr The fi F F.dn Prospc The bandit in th* The young woman leas unable to •cooped up the money Mate whether there were four or Ave in the meantime, and men In the group She thought there burd his eon pontons wer* five, but they Dished through 'be They overlooked lev- swinging doors so quickly that abe O' fi    ill    a vault wasn't sure. Nett he' Miss Rolph nor to a red coupe, which Mr. White rould give good descrip-itkeri in front of the ! tions of the four. other than th".I engine running The, looked fo be of Ijmn extraction and ■ plab Pennsylvania cai h one wore a brown overcoat. re to,rn from the, The Prospect, Park State Bank waa un    B udu? of 314 organ teed February 20, 1928. and be- . Laithmore, more gun busbies* the following July Ben->    Jamln F. Moore All Fait Park Square, I rove off towards the Prospect Park, ut president of the in- Honan. this n pi iv re believed to stltution. DKI.AVV AKE CO. OF. TS BK RU LAR SUSPECT MOKE RELIEF CASH HELO KOU HEARING I on I in tied on Page t trill, e I (HU Et I I. ADORE**I * ( oui oiled on Page I ig liter ii III I r» FOP VI I *< . Ider $25W conducted Pl MPI R IN SERAK I Mr HARRISBURG. I location* of $.1.80# rderal funds for ork in 67 Penn, C Wi I .A1 AKI * HF( OM MI NU X ( UIS WASHINGTON. F-b 3 UP Harvey Couch, Reconstruction Finance Corporation director, recommended to a Senate sub-rommitte" fodav that Congress liberal!?:'' and clarify legislation controlling the $1-yoo.ono non self-liquidating fund?, in th" 1932 relief aet. NEXX'SP APE Rn MERGE HAMILTON. O    Feb. 3 -INS The Hamilton. Ohio, Daily News, today announeed in a first page crli-'orial its merger with tile Hamilton Evening Journal Starting Monday. "iiIv one paper will he published I LK EPIDEMIC TAKES .UM LIVES Coni pp ny d to file A baskr fba '-tailed in the >, 2. has ionise anc mg undf is again lone re - P rilriati pram pa tim mer five I un loop has been I ir of the apparat louse at Provider erect and tile ca company team J (Bemoon in anti st with tim MO' id Ladder Coma. LONDON. Feb. 3 The British Mc leal Journal said today thai the b in terms of mortality which Fnglai... and Wales are paying in the present influenza epidemic, while it mav net exreed the 30.000 deaths of 1923, lf sure to be a heavy one’*. The Journals statistics showed 3.-781 deaths up to January 21 WASHINGTON. Feb 3 'INS' Tues Treasury balance as of February I. strip $163 604 430 41 expenditure'- $5 646- L* no PLANT EMPLOY MKSI held last Ute Ma rf Larrhnior Sw a Uim f There wa the sub if Barker r ,ng of Hie Parent-Teael ion of Marplc townshi rh* in the auditorium i Newtown High Sr hor Mr Edwin Yarnall. < spoke on Organisation • o an in*"restirg talk e Our Boy*." bv Hem adopt! UXVl I :h" la1 Ppei f N' the P •lit-day ice in { genera e of ii rn nhill be tit n m 11 Ion 1 MU Pol M» nit ( Of NT 1‘ion ofnc«r o: O* I l< I AE ILL Lansdowne. Ll • ha run in an att M Atli’** ! It A l I dmner-meet in cuaed of aiding < upon a Negro MI ET INC. the An adm -itc**t, M«dis Discus-,iou tr» the minor lr* meeting tate Emergent Philadelphia. re registered t *lved ll 330,900 ie funds whir the Talbot Rf Bt IT R/ I UP1 The! Raid to have been caught In the in Rf ate and art of burglarising the home of it uni v relief Elisabeth f ane. Negro, in the 209 ilia counties block Edgmont avenue, yesterday through the afternoon, Robert Jones, Negro, who Board    also gave his address aa Second rn ,e 17 OOO families street and Edgmont avenue, was held needing relief, ie- in $500 bail for a continued hearing i the d ;*•» I million of when arraigned in police court th* included $2 000 000 morning e Reb* f Appropre- The I ane woman testified that when she ie t ii rued home vesterdav v w as ar signed she found Jones In the house He wo* v rn mg clot lung belonging rn her hip b ind She prevented Jon s’ rscajie until police arrived. UP) Pa. Eeh James M Hamlet lairman of T* la- IIG \sl RA' RAI ANI I d Tur dr: WU SEI iR AM MI MOK I AL HMM! SEEK BODY' a pi n n n attack o# va rf s cond i* -ici;*n deem) in a nurve. iwyera. T mg a pin LONDON, f Hollison. Engl; f HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY I Bv Knitrrt Trps'l AT AGI A ( ALI ENTE I— Abu bing Pomp*/enc I r Vin H • -men, Enin, Swift Return. '—Nellie Basil Blind I tick Thistle Bick, Bob Blackburn. Beowulf. Maxie Binder. Ma lino, lr mine Do Ii Remle, sui tiber DETROIT, Feb 3 'INS' Approximately 1600 former Brigy Manufac'uring Company workers, who walked out two week?* ago demanding increa.fd wager, and bet -, working conditions, were in line today at tile company* Highland Park plant peking jobs Th'’ strike is virtually broken officials of th" Briggs Company indicated REPORTED ARREST AI A DE J. Frank Hilton, leputed head of the $5,000,000 liquor smuggling combine. smashed in Philadelphia on Or- COUNTY MAN KILLED BY AUTO Tclouraph Operator Bun Down Ha Student on Baltimore Bike ( it" »"ii*(| on East Page ONCE BRUNET, NOW BLOND imy Johnson id mg woman night, she , >v.] Begrave Me- Plan, «t, ward and d ll V'is ion v Pin Is I ladelphia bai prov lded by t udle th# he State * re- r ( rd as "absur ilfT»-rd PineiK d” toda y by wa /,te time diva lssing av ich a Governor (lie Hazlett Fred C Woodland graph op" 1931 been arrested p. ive about 54. cf 460! . Drexel HUI. a tele- P K., lair Mole. !—Jennie Gal Salona. Red AIoun-tsin, Hudder field A— i Vnn".i 6—s>n ( Irmrntr, Fairy Street. Oar1; Ray. Hee, Patsie I.. Pat O’Connor. 7—llontinanv, Eastko, I.vrical Las*. Sam #»ilmore Golden Sport. Illcb-wav, Prom flirt. El Monte Weather elear. track fast XI HAVANA I—Unruly, Legs a. ’—None. .3—Alagie Xrrnw. ( harming Emma. Reu s, \nltes*a. I—Mom Xlwar s. >prro, ( utalnovc, B ack Xndv. Boiltnc Over, Chance It. 5—Brandon Prince. — Sam 'Ink. Regust**d. Black Dar'-ing. Chummv, Panfron. 7—Fair Jean, Liberty Ace. Ruth Marie, sapping sbtrr Murmuring Pinex, Hoval Rock Montreal Federal authorities dr closed today. The arrest, agents sa < vvas made last nigiit on a Unite Slates warrant after id^ntifiratio was mad'’ bv investigators. md JI IU.I Alc DEA ITT ILL Phil KG n avenue. Philad' when struck by by Dudley Bell. I arson Hospital a cement occur* pike, near th' Judge Harry S McDevitt is confined Clifton H°igiit t.v his home. 811 Westview street, Ger- Bell, ac-ompanied by Frank Cie,!, . man town, with an attack of laryngitis whose parents reside at the Eivvvn and grip He ignored his doctor s or- Training School, Elwyn, was enders Monday after catching cold and route to that place when the aeci-wcnt to City Hall to hear padlock dent took place Both he and Geibel cases He befame so ill he had to be are seniors at the Jefferson College driven home bv Michael Slavm. a tip-    -    —■ staff.    1    f    nntinued    r»n    Page    f    igbteen I on Pa pen Denies Germany is Ready for a Monarchy AT I MR GEOI VU* - None. -Pell' I -None I -( hargit -Did Brl - None. Vol- nod -Penn. ( nl. ( Lester, Olive A. AT HI ALLAH TARK I —Black ''beep, Lady Leg*> Memo ries I)e3r. Zorana Baptism. Srroll. I— Behold. Lura In, Equilibre, Parched, Moral Mn* — Bobbing I— None . '—Iredell. 6— None 7 — Non*'. XVea'htr, clcnr; Irz.'k fast. Bs ED L, KEEN X ice President of the I mud Press for Europe BERI IN Feb 3 Copyright. 1933 by United Pres-'—Vice Chancellor Franz Yon Pap^n gavp assurance today that thp new German Government has no connection with nm movement looking toward restoration of the monarchy, His declaration war, made in th° course of an exclusive interview with the United Press in which the former chancellor, now chancellor Adolf Hitler s chief colleague, outlined the fundamental principles and policies on which the new government is based. Von Papen’s r-fatement brief, but comrrehrmivc was m response to the fnllca-in” OUe'flO'" 'The foreign pres- hat in part in terpreted the appointment of the new government a - a further move in the general direction of restoration of the monarchy. Is there any bans for such an interpretation?” His reply, given cmphaHrally. wa There is no brrr for such an interpretation” Yon Paprn received me and Frederick Kuh. United Press Berlin manager. in the spacious oak-wainscoted office he now occupies as Reich.' commis?loner for Prussia, a position he holds in addition to the vice-d ancellorship. He looked across the Wilhelmstrasse towards the chancellery where Hitler is at present presiding over the dex-tinif' of the Republic He had ust returned from the Presidential Palae" fen tinged en E jh*cen HULL SEEN LISTED FOR (’A DINET POST Ut nn. Senator "*I'*> Be Secret arx of SI fife; Hoom-velt Foes to I’lorirJa ( AR “WATCHKR” C,RTS IN I BHI Bf B XI Ll (.1 D RI M BOAT SEl/H) GAPE MAY. N J. Feb 3 INS) The speed bewf Java, with a load of 300 rn,sex of alleged assorted liquors was seized today after a two-nil’" chase by Coast Guard Clitter No I from th/' base here Three men a boa I were arrested. The Java, listed as roming from Providence, R. I is now enroute to Philadelphia, unripe guard. Iopicsot I im cs | Pa ti< ving ow ned by a r was park* rei ts Bandit S«ndino. cf Nicaragua lid to be seeking p ace It is s ).tt there are att ll a few U S Mar* i that country, WARM ’Rn against th name as Ch trcet, near ie Honan i Vin vouthem wat#:' If appeared ted of the Democratl were about ready ;< publican into the c of agriculture W Iov.a, farm paper the man who rlmri HOLLYWOOD If (OIK ROBBED OL I 200 Ontinued on I*,: command Hf irmer Re- Anni secretary wood llace. of era! id son of rejior i me posi- rob bf l.ighle< n ■ IN d H Pl' lee to be Honored on Eve of Re Firemen I Privileged ones who still persist In cluttering the corridors of the po'uce •'at ion during the morning heal sues continue to talk loud. Of course, th t lf no place for a speakeasy. While the lawmakers af Harriabmt re debating the Blue Laws they President-elect Rooacvel1 la to hi t < sw miming (xml in th" Whit" Hou>». Considering his reported penchant for ' ducking' hr pi.-• fellow-- we h pa Huey Long is asked over real soon. They say the fellow who hunts for trouble always finds it. Not lf it s tn the ignition system, he doesn't. Baseball hnld-outx who think thnyTe In the "pink” are apt to find themselves in the ' red” one of the e fine mornings. OHI f I try den} th' Ider* of the 1 the Union February 25 Major Gonof this city. us A Bostic retirement •ho n a1 Pric tile Cheeter u al commandin' from I to the XX era Engel look at her! . . eba.i^r ♦!-" r"!" ; he in.'" I"!1 re rn? (ifrman film A tv pi'".1 pie f, 4 f **    ?*»    **    **    ** - e* | H * JJA * o» |_1 slzr tlnw Civie and nation will League in P to birl formal turf era I William G P: and Rear Admin wick—on the eve imp" active aervk I Both Gene a private in major gene Twenty-eighth Division, Pennsylvania National Guard, and Rear Admiral Bostwick, commandant of the Philadelphia Navy Yard, have passed j their sixty-fourth year It is expected the dinner in their honor will be attended by member* of the Presidents 'shine*,, governors came to Hollywood a brunet- and now of States and army and navy official? •" blond . . . She l*t (he makeup men a' "•'’ as leaders in all walk of life " 'ha-.- of be-    ’ (Ivy muitn Tn pa1 re homage to the -•> two her rye. . . . It's natural.    veterans of A:r.?iT. • s arovci fo'cr.. wall war ran chine gun Both server can War. both too War, and hoth I with the firm conv must maintain ins .standard adequat withal peaceful in When asked hi? sion of the 47 vt ai ice General Price jo feting men who States become a i who in their slow ■md"!'* of time saw ill upon science for for human dest.ruc-adnought, armored air fleet and ma- f he Spamsh-Ameri-•k part in the World low retire together lr non that America forcer* on a in power, yet intent dom.nant impres-* sp-tit in the serv -replied I he Weather WASHINGTON. Feb. 3- IT — Eorecar.t for Ion -!’t and Salurdavt l.a tern Penns'lunii Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday;* slightly colder tonight in southeast portion. XX "‘tern Pennsylvaniw: Part’y cloudy tonight and Saturday, pcs-siblv fight rain or Mi), along Cr* lake not much change in temperi-tuie. New Jer* "»:    Partly    cloudy,    aligh;    *y nliler tonight, saturday party cloudy. TOD AA ’S fEMPER ATURR Fd say it was a sense of appreciation of the splendid qualities of tho.?*' Con'I .mod on Lad Pane 4 a. rn. ... ... 42 ll a rn. .. ...44 7 a. rn. ... R . . 42 I p rn ., .... *4 9 a rn. ...42 3 p rn o tn. .. • ... 41 ;