Chester Times, February 6, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT run (IR(TLAti<;n FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ic With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH YEAR—NO. 17,509. Dally I eA.-ed Wire Reports of (tinted Pie** (UP) and International News Service 'INS' CHESTER, TA.. MONO AY. EE I’Kl AR> 0. I PMT HITLER REMOVES SHE S ^^INCESS TALBOT WOULD TEAR GAS USED TO HALT NEW ROADS DISPERSE CROWD TO AID NEEDY IN THE WEST END ROOSEVELT OFF FOR VACATION CRUISE PREMIER BRAUN; NAMES VON PAPEN Decree Signed That Opens Way for Dissolution of Prussian Diet Ousted Official Refused to Note for Change; ( alls State Council BERLIN, Feb. 6 <UP)—The Prus- l:an Diet was dissolved today under authority of a presidential decree, which permits the Reich government to take ovpr authority in the state. BERLIN, Feb. 6— (UP)- President Paul Von Hindenburg opened the v ay for dissolution of the Prussian Du*t tod a \ by signing an emergency decrees removing Prussian Premier Otto Braun, and naming Vice Chancellor Franz Von Papen to replace him. Von Papen is also Federal commissioner in Prussia. The Prussian government was Ousted by Von Papen when he was chancellor, but retained the nominal rights of office and representation on the Federal Council. A Federal commissioner was installed to rule the state. Braun was a member of the Prussian state council and would not vote for dissolution of the Diet. He was removed to make dissolution possible. Papen immediately summoned a meeting of the Prussian State Council to vote dissolution of the Diet, which was made possible by his substitution for Braun. The Nazis expect to increase their strength in the election which will be called in Prussia. Six deaths in political fights over the week-end have accelerated Chancellor Adolf Hitler's plan to gag the press and curtail freedom of assembly. Week-end violence included the assassination of the Socialist mayor of Strassfurt, Herman Hasten, who was shot and killed by a Nazi student.1 Th- mayor was attacked as he was Speaker of the House Relieves He Has Elan to Find Relief Money Legislature Tonight; Rills Up Reconvenes Sunday Ran Trouble Threatens When (’rowel of Sympathizers .Menaces Officers Detail of Police Rushed to Scene a ii d Seri o ii s Trouble Is Averted PRINCESS SADRI Mrs. Doris Men cr Kresgr. divorced wife of Sebastian S. Kresge, of Detroit, founder of the Kresge chain stores, is the bride of Prince Carid Khan Sadri, of Persia. Mrs. Kresge and the prince, who is a great-grandson of the former Persian grand chancellor, left for a honeymoon in Egypt following their wedding at the Moslem Mosque, in Paris, DISABLED TANKER TCI entering his tinder arrc.v. First roper listed about street fights recurred at Munich and home. The student i» ts of the toll of fighting 50 persons injured in and brawls. Outbreaks Breslau, Che rn n 11 z, other cities and towns. The latest of the dictatorial decrees tinder which Germany has been governed during periods of political uncertainty was signed on Saturday by President Von Hindenburg. It was called “an emergency decree for the* protection of the German people." Daily newspapers may be suppressed for one month for the first offen.se anc! for six months for violation of t he provisions of the decree. Periodicals may be suppressed for six months for the first offense. Possible violations include betrayal of military secrets; incitement to lawlessness and violence; appeals to workers to strike; insulting tile president, the chancellor. or members of the cabinet; dissemination of reports endangering the vital interests of the nation. Guilty publishers may be Imprisoned for a maximum of one year. Freedom of assembly is restricted by empowering authorities to ban political meetings if the public safety is threatened. Despite a steady drizzle and a cold. biting wind, Hitler, the former Crown Prince, members of the government and a crowd of 120.000 stood for five hours Sunday during semi-military funeral services for a Nazi and a police officer killed in a street fight with Communists. The strong patriotic flavor of the ceremonies was emphasized by glorification of soldiery and the ancient monarchist regime. There were 50 000 men in uniform at the services, brown shirt Nazis, members of the steel helmet, and police. The latter, who formerly were ordered into action against the storm troops frequently, stood side by side with I the members of Hitler's “private army." BODIES OE I’I LOT ANI) .MECHANIC EOI NI) EDMONTON. Alberta, Feb. 6 'UP' - Discovery of the bomos of Pilot Paul Cakier and his mechanic, near the burned wreckage of their airplane, \ was reported by radio today to Canadian Airways offices. Both men were pioneers of northern , air trails. They crashed near Grou-ard Lake, 1,200 miles north of Edmonton. Lost Rudder During Big Storm : Discharges ( argo at Trainer Plant After a tow’ lasting a week in which three hawsers were parted, the rudderless tankship Eugene V, R. Thayer, owned by the Sinclair Navigation Company, and carrying a cargo of petroleum, docked last night at the Trainer plant of the Sinclair Refining Company. The Thayer lost her rudder on Sunday, January 30, during a severe northeast storm when about IOO miles of! Cape Romain. N. C. In response to a wireless call sent out by the Thayer, and picked up nt Wilmington. N. CL, the coast guard cutter Modoc speeded to the assistance of the disabled vessel, with the cutter Ponehar-train following closely behind. A line was thrown aboard the Thayer from the Modoc, but the two vessels had only proceeded a short distance when the hawser .snapped The Poncha! ti ain. w hich had reached the scene, then took the Thayer in tow, but owing to the heavy seas, its hawser also snapped. The tanker J Fletcher Farrell, a sister ship of the Thayer, also made fast to the tanker and its hawser parted on Thursday A new line was placed aboard the Thayer and the trip was resumed with the Modoc and Ponchartrain acting as convoys. The Thayer was turned over to two tugs Saturday at Overfalls Light, near the Delaware Breakwater, and the two coast guard cutters proceeded back to their stations. The Thayer is discharging her cargo at the Trainer plant of the Sinclair Company today, after which she will be towed to the Sun shipyard to have a new rudder installed. The tanker was enroute from Houston. Tex., to Trainer, under the command of Captain S. O. Morgan. • SLinHTLV W ARMER WEATHER I’REDICTKI) Partly cloudy,    not    so    cold    today, followed by snow    or rain    tonight    and tomorrow, is the forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania. It will be fair and not so cold today in New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, with rain and colder tonight and tomorrow. The highest temperature here yesterday was 31 degrees, at 4:30 a. in., and the lowest was 21, at 10:15 a. rn. The average of 26 was seven degrees below normal. The highest temperature ever recorded here on February 5 was GO. in 1890, and the lowest was 2 below’ zero, in 1918 Sunrise today    was    at    7:05    a.    rn., and sunset will    be    at    5:26    p.    in.. Eastern Standard Time. HARRISBURG, Pa. Fob 6 'UP' j A readily available way out of the ’ state legislatures relief fund dilemma opened wide today in Speaker Grover Talbot's suggestion that road construction be curtailed and the money used to finance unemployment aid. The House leader s recommendation threatened to supplant revision of the ancien! Sunday blue laws as the paramount question of the hour bi*fore the General Assembly, which begins its sixth week of the 1933 session tonight. On three successive week-ends, the Delaware county legislator has made statements affecting the problem cf feeding 2,000.000 needy persons with governmental funds. First, he intimated the state could not carry this burden as it had no revenues available. Then he suggested that the counties could bear the load. His third pronouncement, in line with the other two. proposed a moratorium on highway building and a diversion of the road funds to the counties to finance their relief work, Talbot would allow the highwa> department sufficient for maintenance of highwavs. The remainder would go to feeding the hungry. He claimed it was tim** to call a halt on new i oads. Talbot’s plan vied in legislative in- , terest today with the Schwartz Sunday sports bill, on second reading to- , night in the House and scheduled to be a .special order of business on final passage tomorrow. The consensus was that the House would give the bill a fast ride to the Senate, where its Rte was more uncertain. The situation contrasted with conditions in 1794 when the Blue Law was passed. Then the House delayed passage many weeks. The Senate quickly disposed of the bill and Governor Thomas Mifflin .signed it im-j sent a detail of 20 men HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv Inned Press) AT HIAM MI PARK 1—fourteen, Conventional. Ondott, Filipino, Electric Gaff, Redress, 2—Behold, ( biomes Top, Ladogan, Imprompter, Willie Klein. 3—Hoboing. Our Hallie, I L ing Sailor, Dry Ridge, Kale, Singing Heart. 4 — .None, 5—None. 6—link' Ha' krt, \mericana. Danger Zone, twisted Threads, \ ta \ppia. Happy Play, 7—Calgary Hay, Wonderful. Brass Prepare, ( amp Rosa. ATTEMPT AT SCH IDE James McRory, 28 of Ardmore, an unemployed electrical engineer, was found overcome bv illuminating gas In a hotel room in Atlantic City today. \ He was revived at a hospital and later held on r technical charge of attempting to commit suicide. mediately. The House law and order committee, which reported the Schwartz bill Continued on Page Ten PROTEST NEW KATES OE CHILA. ELECTRIC The rate structure of the Philadelphia Electric Company, which Lust week announced a revision in tariffs, may bo the center of a sweeping investigation by the Public Service Commission. S. Davis Wilson, deputy controller of Philadelphia, said he would go to Harrisburg today to present personally to the commission an application for such an investigation. He disclosed that he had filed a protest against the new tariffs which are scheduled to go into effect : March 2. Although the Philadelphia Electric Company, in announcing the revisions, said they would mean a saving of approximately $1800000 annually to patrons Wilson charged that the new tariffs will result in higher costs to consumers throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware. The newly organized Public Service Economic Society, of Philadelphia, has indicated it will file a similar protest with the commission. F J. Walsh, brother of Municipal Judge John E Walsh, is executive director of the society. Wilson said he would demand the commission to force the company to reduce its rates rather than revise them as stipulated in the recent an-1 nouncement. St HOOL PRINCIPALS MEET Principals of all schools in the city will meet this afternoon in the auditorium of the Larkin Building. Broad and Crosby streets, for one of their periodical meetings in which they discuss the matters pertinnnt to their work. Dr. David A. Ward, superintendent of schools, and Samuel C Miller, assistant superintendent, will Ik* in charge. SIX ARRESTED IN PEOT VIENNA, Feb. 6 'INS) Charged with plotting to assassinate King Alexander, of Jugo-Slavia, six Macedonian terrorists were arrested today, according to messages from Belgrade Three Croatian leaders were also arrested, charged with spreading separatist propaganda. NMA MAN DIES Lieutenant Frank C. Messenger, 71, for more than 40 years with the United States navy, died here after a month's illness Messenger will be buried in Arlington National cemetery. “Gas!" That old warning, often heard on the western front, was again Im .rd today. Not by soldiers, but by alleged Communist agitators who assembled in a house on West Second street to prevent a property sale, and who ware routed bv Chester police It was shouted by blacks and whites men and women, the latter screamiiu sr they ran from the house in which they had assembled and from which they refused to budge after police had pleaded with them and then commanded them to vacate the premises. The sale was at the home of Julia and Mary Malaohi. Negroes, in (he 1000 block West Second street, whore cries of “Comrade" were shouted bv black and white leaders who sought to muster their companions after they were driven from the place by the tear-impelling cloud that filled every room in the house. The sale was completed without any arrests. Tilts morning, George Wilson and Fred Davis w ere a* si lied to conduct the sale at the place. They were accompanied lo the house by Attorney Matthew Rankin, who first offered the Malad)! sisters the privilege of removing their household effects from the premises, even offering to pay for a truck to haul the furniture to wherever the family would designate. Shouts of “No" greeted th” pleadings of the lawyer, who then Informed the 75 assembled in the house, that the sale would be conducted even lf it was necessary to call out the entire police department. The deputies and Mr. Rankin walked from Mu* building. iHOiig pushed to the exit by the threatening crowd Word was flashed to police headquarters and Chief of Police Vance under Cap- { to assist the Minaret Vincent \slm\ palatial \.n Iii Nniit iii a bal. at Jai I,sum db-. Ila. Pi csnlcnt elect Franklin I) Roosevelt waved farewell to the world ami Ins Hollies Im ll da's as he becall a southern fishing ( ruise. left to tight iii (Ins picture, as members of the party lined tin tail. are Ju lice broderie Kernoi ban. of New V ork; George IV M George: Kermit Roosevelt, son of the late President I Ii ■mime Roosevelt aud a fifth eolian ol tin- Presidentelect, Franklin D Eon,’veil; Vincent V lor. the host aud also a detail! relative ol sit. Roosevelt. lain Busher, to the house men. Patrolman Joseph Denmark, a World War veteran, who had army Continued on Page Ten MOLLISON HODS ON FLIGHT TO BRAZIL LYM PNF, Eng, Feb. 6 'INS) Captain J. A Molltson hopped off al 8 11 a. rn. today in his plane “Heart’s Content" on an attempted 4.800 mile solo flight to Brazil via Senegal French West Africa. The British transatlantic flier said he planned to make the flight iii three and a half day*. CRANWELL, England, Feb 6 'INS' In an official British Air Force attempt to wrest tile long-distance non-stop flight record from tile United States, Squadron leader O R. Gaylord and Flight Lieutenant P E. Nicholetts hopped off today for Cape Town, South Africa. The two airmen, backed by (lie Royal Air Force, experted to make the 6 189-mile flight in three days without a stop. They left here at 7:17 a iii iii a giant Fairry monoplane. They wi re I last reported flying well over Avignon Ft atlee. If the fivers are successful, they will break the present long distance flight record, held by Russell Boardman and John Polando. Americans who flew 5,012 miles from New York to I Constantinople in 1931. FFDF It AL IUI HIF IS F NON FR AXF I) WASHINGTON, F.-b, 6 'INS-Federal Judge Harold Louderbaek of Hie Northern district of California was exonerated of any official wrongdoing by the House Judiciary Committee today. The committee voted IO to 5 against impeachment of the judge. However, ll voted IO to 5 to censure some of Ills official actions. Rep La Guardia 'R> of New York, said a minority report would be filed recommending impeachment of the judge. $250,000 FIRE AT (ONEY ISLAND DECIDED DROP IN TEMPERATURE OVER WEEK-END Ii iii Ii Northwest Winds Follow Snowfall, ( aus-inj£ Much Suffering Ice ( cal od Highways ( ausc for Mishaps and Injuries to ( itizens The derided change in the weather during the week-end caused on.sid-erahle .suffering among the city 'A unfortunates. and also made the driving ol automobiles on my streets and county roads, covered with a coating of ice, a hazardous operation. The temperature dropped to IG d gift s last midnight, but dm mg the early mottling horn the nortinv -i winds subsided and the mercury bt* gun to ascend. 'I he frigid blasts, days snowfall, left highway* glazed state employes SFUN K F STATION man un*:R BOBBFD A youthful gun ilia ii. wearing tv I handkerchief mark. held up .and robbed Linden Hartley, gasoline ala lion attendant early viiterdav morning The bandi! took $13 I rom lits vic- t,im. Linden was alone in the station at Ninth and Welsh .streets, when the man, described as being about la m.ii1 old walked in and pointed a i.wolver at !lartb*y. The latter attempted to hide part of the money bu the gunman warned hint to hand all over. Th” station is one of th* chain open cd bv the Standard oil Company and police say I,his is one of the m.'iii times it has been robbed by gunmen. DUK II MAY ROM!! roil' th” mercury ming Satur-■is and With ice. and while spread cind< is over dangerous spots on the principal highways, many accidents in the city and county were recorded, A L. Held, 42, of 12 Marvin road Upper Darby, was Injured when Ii” lost control of an automobile Ii” was (Hiving on Garrett road and Clearbrook avenue. Upper Darby, and crashed Into a stone wall. He wa taken to the Delaware County Hospital suffering injuries of the head and severe cuts and bruises This accident was atli Ibuted to Hie ley road conditions. Mrs Albert Lack, of 817 South Fifty-first street. Philadelphia, mix tamed head chis and bruises when an Continued on Page Im WOMAN Iv IDN ACLU KY FA KH CHONK CAM. I .OR ANCI, I. KR, Frb. fl .INR. Kidnaped I rom her home w hile ta i husband Dr. Walker K Skoele, clean of the College of Music at the University of Bon hem California wa at church. Mrs Mary B Bkeele. Ga, wax held today by kidnapers who demanded $20 OOO lair (im for her -ab I’lirsumg Planes FI; .I a vanes** Crew SI ole Vessel Over That MEDAN, Sumatra. Fell. G (UP) Dutch seaplanes and warships pursued the cruiser Dc /.eveti Plenum im today, threatening to bomb the rebellious crew’ which seiz'd Ute ship, utile: ,s they surrender. As the Wanship, with Hie mutineers in control, steamed southward alow? the Binnatran coast towards floucaba va, Java, seaplanes were reported to have flown over and displayed bombs to intimidate the ere”’ A wireless message picked up here, addle “ d to the ‘ Priss of the World," said: We hi!end to proceed to Somalia va We do not intend violence and will return the ship to the hands of the commandct the day before our arrival at Som a baya, “Our object is to protest against th” return, ne Mrs. Bk mobile pa through t call, She hat bn Skcep-sa id she where sh telephone patient ! RMtomohi) rding to police rejjort ** wa lured into an at n front of her he of a fake teleph unjust wage cut and I ho-1 protesting it last on board has been cont I a j J, all are well." It was signed “The A Dutch flotilla ha in from th” nth* i Md” wa expected to intercept before it reaches Bournba the arrest of week. No one hurt. On iii” Crew", x been ordered of Borneo, and th ■rub cr cod BAT AVIA aivr lied lier son. Frank* is mg executive, and UHR lo a hospital been advised iii a U Dl Skeele wa., a irs suffered In an nt. Solid Block in Area Swept; Year ( onccssion Second in TAX REDUCTION TO RE DISCUSSED Resident* ut N. Bren idence Tcwnship Mill Attend < oil Ut i''Milners’ Session through The v ’ (ut he wed Java. Feb ie of her officers a Dutch balu r mutineers s Mi” Indian Oc< I). Zev *d in Olehle v her crew of that mutinied G < Mum ah ip INB) (I d in in the earned wildly an today. •ti Pi rn nu lea, Harbor, 8u-4<>q Burna iran because of a TAXICAB DRIVER KILLED IN CRASH NEAR EDDYSTONE ( ab Struck Bus \\ lien Ile Swerved lo Avert Collision W ii It Trolley ( ar Victim Hurled I ruler the Wheels ol” llea\y \ elude - Killed Instantly A Wa.shiiV'.ton taxicab driver identified by Ridley township police as Harry I nr.,sin , 38 years old, of Met -, lopolitan avenue, Atlantic City. N. J,, mer inst ani dentil yesterday morning, when a taxicab he was driving collided with a motor bu? at Cheater pik • and Baillie avenue, Ridley township lh” Lixi dine! was proceeding en,1.1 on Chi lier pike, when a trolley car coining out Seville avenue nosed its iv. y onto Chester pike. The motorman .stopped Ilia car, us c; his custom, i lo ole na Iii:* way traffic was proceeding on Che.*,ti l pike. lait the taxicab driver, evidently did not know i thin and thinking to get out of the whv of the trolley car. swung lux cat) over into the ti eat-bound lane of I ru Ute A Chester Valiev motor bus, driven by K. I,cm is Plat I 38. of Bot iv* I s Point, N J , wa coming toward Chester Realizing that a collision was imminent, Plait endeavored to pilot the bus oui of I Im* way of the approach lug taxicab and ran Into an electric light poi”, breaking it off al the base. T he taxi .struck the rear of the bus, police any. lansing the doors of the (at) to fly open The driver was hurled Loin his cat and landed nude! a rear wheel of the bus, being killed instant i v. J he ambulance of Taylor Hospital was summoned and an intel ne pronounc'd Bm lei dead. The body w a removed to til” moi Mile of Deput y Coroner Hoi acc* Ii Griffith at Norwood Plait wa1 taken in custody bv Patrolman CnoMM- Dau'.’hiitv of tile' Ridley township police, and at a ilia ring be foie Magistrate Raymond Hood, of Folsom, was held in $2000 bail pending the coronel s Inquc t, which will ta* held Thursday at th” Griffith ( Tm led in Norwood Bressler was on his w.,y to visit hi* wife and two children in Atlantic City when the accident occurred. (Vs! Is dismiss! ll Mi Lily M Penton, of the 900 block Edgmont avenue, wa, arrested Saturday on a warrant sworn out bv Mrs Ida M (ivies, of til” 2000 block We*i, Ninth street, who charged M Fenton with disorderly conduct, Ma PRICK, TAN O CENTS FLAMES SWEEP TWO BUILDINGS IN THIRD WARD Sun Shipyard Office and I iHH’cupied Factory Are Bad Iv Damaged Two General Alarms Farly Yesterday Kept City Department on .lump One fireman was injured and damage, ihe exact amount of w’hich cannot vet be determined, but will mu into thou ands of dollars, was caused by tv i ; pecLacular blazes in tlx Third ward, early yesterday morning. I he mimed fireman wa* John Colbert of Fourth near Market ti* el wit" hi! from the ire-glazed rung of a ladder while assisting in fighting a tire at Mary and Market st re i h H” sustained ruts of the face aud a sprained ankle Culbert was rivn treatment for his injuries at the Chester Hospital. A tiller--ton building at Mary and Markets was gutted by a fire which gam tile entire fire department of the cliv a five-hour battle and .shortly after this fire was subdued the firemen were again called rut tu quell a blaze that, for a time, I threatened the destruction of the j main office building of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, at the foot of Morton avenue. Fire off!(tabs air still at a loss to stale how either fire started, as the i building at Maiy and Market streets, wa*, unoccupied, except the ground f' >or, which was used as a poolroom. and was clo.*ml wiieii the flames were discovered No one except a guard milking his regular rounds had bern in the Sun office building since Sat-urday afternoon, it Is said. The first blaze on Market street, was discovered by a pedestrian about I )(> a in He ran to a fire alarm box at Third and Market streets and int in the ahum over Hie electrical system. banned by high winds. Hie flames made rapid headway and at 3 a rn. iv general alarm was sent in, railing nu all the fire-fighting apparatus in , the city. I biienien say Hie lipper floors were 'divided into apartments, tile partitions being of beaver board, which fed the flames. Sparks and flying burning em be is were carried on the wind to adjoining houses and this alone kept scores of firemen busy Continued on Page Ten (ii ST OF WIND BL NM Kl) FOK MISHAK Warner Logan, 49, of 65 Post road, runner, suffered a fractured left, rib and a hip inurn Saturday evening, when a car in* was driving crashed against a telephone {joie at, Fourth -ircct and Central avenue. logan was taken to Ilks home in the car of another motorist nod his injuries treated by a local physician. Logan’s car was badly damaged. He said this morning that his car was being driven at a slow rate of speed over the ice covered street when a gust of wind .struck It and caused hint to lose control of the steering mechanism. F. S. I It I Vs! |{ V It VENNIE WASHINGTON, Feb. G 'INS) ~ Treasury balance as of February 3, $4 IO. I OO 138 37 expenditures, $12,448,-730 43; Cit. toms receipts, $2,097,938 67. J o pi cs of I imcs After vesterdav there are few who still doubt in Hie prophecy of the groundhog. Patronize American made good* i* a slogan And after seeing a cinema rn Phflly, Al Bruton Is sold on the idea. The cheapest gin we can think of is the cop who flashed his badge when a collector put a rhuieh basket under hts nose yesterday. Nai T ii vc, to say the least, is that statement that pickpockets I be int ted, not punished, be-they can't help themselves. II b ma i Kl i was the board of hot the flea vt IJ pursuit in >{oi eminent which were r lh” br number of Ii >|'f Hie »V >**! ti ii* n the chase, d I tinters \ n bv tin adit, altin acamei I iso fen Indies lib offi-of tile I. I MOO broke e coll is! rate Patrick Rockett, of Eddy.1 disc'barged the defendant with a rimnnd after imposing the co Hie case upon 1km •re is a glowing doubt whether business condition* in 1929 were “fundamentally sound " But most of til” remedies heard on tile floor of Congress are. pursuing yi Campaign on at Doom to lien to re Kaiser to Throne Monkey, AT I VIK (.RUI NUS J — i None i. J—Golflev, srths Billot. 5—i None). 4—i None , 8— None . 6—Yen Well. 7— None , 8— None). Weather, ririrz'inr: trai k good. V I H VV \N V Habee, Hubblico. 1—superior 2— N one 3— I ravioli 4—frank K ^auf. Magic Arrow. Happy Lope. 5—< /arist, Nelson. ( rnssbone*. Red likker. S—Roach Rider, I’ollten. 7 — Mevu an D Weather, clear, trae k slow. Bv ! DW VRD ill N I FR (Copy right, 1933, bv international News Service I DOORN. Holland, Feb. 6 'INS' Tile impression prevailing throughout the world that former Kaiser Wilhelm, of Germany, has become an amiable old man. passing his time sawing wood on th** grounds of his estate and patting the heads of f!ax*n-haired Dutch children, is a myth. That is merely a picture of the once mighty German Emperor in hts ieisute hours. Actually, tie is every bit as active as he has ever been. He is keeping in Com* loud I with political affairs in Germany. He refuses to acknowledge that he is beaten. H** stilt regards himself as Kaiser and personalty sees to I* that a persistant campaign is kept up in behalf of his return to the throne. The wood-* cessfullly evp] tour through house and its precincts, aided bv conversation with numerous prominent individuals in Doom, Amsterdam and the Hague who are in close contact with the ex-Kaisers movements, “Every slightest derail in this miniature court must tie handled bv the ex-Ka;ser himself said the gmd** who escorted me inside the chateau. “He personally dictates hts most important letters and is rn touch with everything that goes on ” Doom House revealed itself as the headquarters of an enormous propaganda campaign to restore Wilhelm to his throne. I was showr graphical photo ex-Kaiser him* Berlin only last I visited the grounds of Doon been set aside by Wilhelm's wife, a1 for the impoverisi of bio-lted bv the printed in lilting myth was aurae! ed in th# course of a the interior of Doom drrn of German Half of a huge a volume raplix edite if and month, building inside the I House which has Princess Hemline. a bas# of assistance qed wives and chill-nobles table NKW’ YORK. Feb. 6 'UP) Tile second disastrous fire within a year swept Coney island, America s gaudiest amusement resort, early today A solid block of concessions was destroyed with a loss estimated at $250,000. Fanned by a strong northwest wind th” flame.' threatened to engulf a large poi Hon of UK* resort but five alai ms mobilized a score of fire-fighting companies and after a two-hour battle they wen confined to tile one block. Freezing temperature that solidified water into solid sheets in the streets and on building walls plus the roaring, crackling flames made it one of Coney 'n most bizarre spectacles Firemen manning hose lines had to be relieved every ten minutes and taken ( unturned on Page Ten URIdUS’ STRIKKRS injure: man, film. and Cornu deuce t all prob a furl tx tax rat tilts CV building Wallins;* A tar dents mutiny a tendance of Hie r T owmhip have brei a furthei East vc.o raised and ti to its present half nulls, w only after > lively mer number of spectators. burs of tile •tiler Pro? cuss, and * question Tie towns)) to be lie ira de ache nee road, (tested re' CONT 1.1 DI s III WASHINGTON, Fe The .Senate ajricuitu concluded its extended day on tile domestic a relief bill ax farm S .sought to expedite oti tai m ald legislation ii the (intdie allotment not ta* pass' d this ae.' UP d licai tugs to-h I lo! tin ut farm Bt ate Senators Ti* r emergency the belief that program could \n Ohio sheriff ha* requested bt* .allies to wear spat.x all the time cy re on duty. The addition of a utonna ie and a gay featlier in the Jota should made rent evictions neurally painless. Cuha Hopes Roosevelt Will Intervene There re I educed hieh * *«n** * taxp; It. hi TIM tnterven Oppr.au over th* >py I ic bl, AYANA tow i idmit ■ !>rli 19 F* bv I lilted Pres**) Pie.-(dent-elect Roosevelt offered to bet newspaper men that 80 per cent. of their stories on his cabinet selections would prove wrong. Th** reporter?' didnt bm a cent. Maybe they didn t want to influence the selections. During a Ate an upstate telephone operate)! went out and got IOO men. We know some poor operators who can go out any old time and can't even get one. A number of automobile wreck* wire noted in the county yesterday. Including those who ran merrily along with good cars, UP ne P Mi III OII P look ti ichint Wash ll pan Auk affairs are conc if civ and hope hang can E gallon for ti tendif Pre.' nbft. Eft* pa anti J lie Weather have do h th in (fie rd >pp He It Un Continued on Rag** VV OII V N VV Ii ID" KSU I I en fi INS) -A cut bv flying *n strikers from Turing Comp car near the eas man the a n y side set aside Continued on Fag* Ten DETROIT, F and a girl wer today as a doi Brig;,,' Ma null stoned a trolley plant. It was the second stoning of a street car rn (8 hours, twelve strikebreaker* were injured Saturday when a mob of 300 stoned a car laden with IOO Brigs? workers. Claiming woman wig I Che for Morris. N wax give Hospital rations o hands Morns ac von. Negro of ti* lire advised him for her arrest. vtcno The P DPP I*)! 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