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Publication: Chester Times February 23, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT I* MD CIRCULATION HIK SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TIE YEAR—NO. 17,524. ROOSEVELT HAS PICKED CABINET W ASHINGTON TOLD Unofficial List Includes a New York Woman, Who Gets La bor Post Selected to Assist President-elect in His Announced “New Deal" Dilly I'Rsed Wire Reports cf Ur.”ed Pres* (CP) and International News Service . INSi ( HESTER, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS JOHN R. FELL, A SUICIDE. WIFE TELLS POLICE Well Known Phila. Man Quoted as Saying: “It’s Aly Fault: I Did It” Found in Far Fast Hotel With Knife Thrust Through His Heart CAMPBELL SPEEDS CAR TO NEW RECORD WASHINGTON, Fob. 23—<UP> — F resident-elect Roosevelt's precedent breaking cabinet of nine men and r q unman will bring to the new adminstration the views of nearly every .section and every shade of party opinion. Tho final set-up, as disclosed unofficially to Democratic leaders here, includes n. i experienced in industry and finance, in the problems of the farmer and the laboring man, in legislation and polities. The new cabinet breaks with tradition in giving representation to nun who previously had been aligned with th"1 Republican party. For the first time, it gives a woman a place at the National Council Table. Barring last-minute changes, the cabinet which will help Mr. Roosevelt shape his promised “new' deal” will be: Secretary of State—S c n a I n r Cordell Hull, Tennessee. Secretary of Treasure—William II. Woodin, New York Industrialist. Secretary of War—George ll. Dem, Governor of I tab from 1924 to 1932. Attorney    General—s esn a t o r Thomas J. Walsh, Montana. Secretary of Navy—S e n a t o r C laude A. Swanson, Virginia. Secretary of Agriculture—Henry A. Wallace, Iowa farm publisher. Post mast cr-Genera I-—.lames A. Farley, New f ork, Chairman of thr Democratic National Committee. Secretary of Commerce—Daniel c. Roper, North Carolina lawyer, and veteran Democratic strategist. Secretary of Interior—Harold fekes, Illinois lawyer and onetime “RuM Moose" Republican. Secretary of Labor—Miss Frances Perkins, New York State Industrial Commissioner and authority on labor problems. Selection of Hull and Woodin already has been formally announced by Mr. Roosevelt. Announcement of the others is expected soon. Ickes, Roper and Dem were the last to be selected, Ickes. a Chicago attorney, was a leader in the Bull Moose campaign of Continued on Last Page CAMPBELL THRO! (ill WITH RACES FOR M3 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla . Feb. 23— <UP> -Sir Malcolm Campbell def- I irately abandoned his plan to make a try for the standing mile record today | when hi physician 'old him his injured left wrist would not stand the strain of changing gears on his pow- i erful car. This means that he is through with racing at Daytona Beach this Af ar. Immediately after his conference SOLO, Java. Fob. 23 —(INS)—Still hysterical and unnerved by the tragedy, Mrs, John R. Fell, former Follies girl wife of the noted American sportsman and banker, tonight told the story of her husband's mysterious death, asserting he died a .suicide by plunging a knife through his heart. His last words. Mrs. Fell told police, were: “It’s my fault. I did it." The tragedy occurred in the hotel room occupied by Fell, director of a Paris bank, and his wife since their arrival in Solo on a tour of the Dutch East Indies. Mrs, Fell, tile former Martha Everton. who was the third wife of the noted polo player was prominent in New York and Philadelphia society. Her story was broken by sobs and intermittent attacks of hysteria. "We had a glass of beer together at the bar downstairs and then went to dine in private." she said. "Tho table was set and my husband sat down to eat. As I recall. I was at the washstand with my back to him. There was no thought of tragedy in my mind. "Suddenly I turned toward the table. At that moment I saw my husband use from his chair and stagger toward the bed. "A foot or so from the bed he crumpled up and sank to the floor. “I rushed to his side, and then saw for (lie first time that a table knife was protruding from his breast. "I pulled out the knife and threw it across the room. I was horrified and terror-stricken. "I shouted for help, and another guest of the hotel armed just as he died His last words were: 'Its my fault. I did it.’ " Police declared their investigation showed that Fell's last words were I BKS ssir--'"h:-. -J?; U"* i    -tw*    ■    -1 -mm  ffrirt -*«©i9$WWie lf lit ' ***■ v " Ut y*,- P!$8|81    ^ V FACING BATTEE IN PINCHOT BUDGET THE LEGISLATURE IN ECONOMY PEAN No Party, Faction or Group Favors It in Its Entirety, Survey Shows Some Portions Seen Efficacious; Some Predict Disaster for It If 15 P. ('. Sia^h Principle Is Followed, Amount Would be $23,000,000 Speeding almost five miles a minute, >ir Malcolm Campbell, of England, shattered his own automobile speed record bv whining over the Daytona Beach. Fla., course at tile fastest pate ever achieved by a human on land yesterday afternoon. His official speed for two runs over the nine mile course was 272.108 miles an hour. Photo shows part of the 50,000 spectators who lined the course to watch the huge car flash by at a speed of 273'* miles an hour on the run south. HARRISBURG, Feb 23 UNS)— Pennsylvania’s proposed new school (ode was characterized on all sides today as the real orphan of the present Legislative session. No party, faction, or group of .substantial size is willing to uphold it in its entirety and the individuals that .support it without “ifs" and “ands" are numerically negligible. That condition has always existed in some degree and applies to many. other hills, but not a single measure introduced so far this vent is considered as significant in the whole scheme of things, economically, so dally. and politically, as the code. The Importance of unemployment relief is not denied, bul thus far the proposals on that subject are too intangible and incomplete to be Judged on the same basis. As in the ease of every complex codification of laws. the education code covers a wide range of divisions, any one ot which is a major controversial issue l lie proposal to consolidate more than two thousand districts Into five hundred has drawn Mu greatest mass protest, despite the fart that through such merging the Department of Public instruction estimates a saving ut more than $3,000,-000 with increased efficiency. Thousands of others are protesting a cut in subsidies which would result, while another large body is concentrating on apposition to the Governor Asked $158,OOO,* OOO for Expenditures; Fiscal Survey Marie HARRISBURG Pa , Fob. 23 UP) Preliminary summaries of fiscal surveys indicate Pennsylvania will not raise the $158,000 000 Governor Gifford Pmehot proposes to spend in general expenditures, the United Press learned today. The surveys were conducted by leaders of the state legislature to which the governor submitted his 1933-35 budget. The difference between the amount of money the surveys indicate presen! methods of raising revenue will produce, and the sum Pmehot asked, Um.Vi wiH t)r Rapped bv "the economy program,'’ it was said, "We certainly can’t spend more than we take in. and it looks now as though we wont take in as much as the governor has proposed to spend,” one legislator said. Surveys of state expenditures and Income are being completed for initial presentation to the general assembly next week Two studies of expenditures were conducted. One by the Sterling committee sought data from state departments on their fiscal needs. Tho other by what, is known as the Turner committee sought to find means of effecting economies. Representatives of the two committers continued their work today in putting the finishing touches on summaries of what their questioning Continued on rage Sixteen PROMINENT MAN REGAINS FREEDOM Release from jail was accorded James Spear. Jr., today, in habeus corpus proceedings heard before Judge W. Roger Fronefield, at Media. Spear, who had been in jail sine" February IT was incarcerated following charges brought by authorities of the Poodle Hill School, in Wallingford. Thee charge (ha: Spear had been in the practice of firing shots at the school buildings and had on occasions riddled the place with bird shot and bullets. The Spear estate adjoins the school property. Spear tx well known throughout, this area and is the son of the founder of the Spear Stove Company, in Philadelphia. Since hr was placed in jail, a lunacy commission has been conducting an investigation to determine Spear’s j sanity. The members of the commis- with his physician the British racing sion have not yet made known their driver ordered his mechanics to start findings as there are several more SCHOOL DATES First of Sessions W ill He* Held in .Masonic Temple Next Tuesday If Chester housewives prepare a few hurried meals next week, their excuse will be a good one. The opportunity to atttnd the Chester Times' Home Making School next Tuesday, Wedne* -day and Friday afternoons and i hurr-day evening, is too tempting to be resisted, even at the risk of a bit less attanMon to the family menu, But this will be only an introduction to better and better meals during the rest of the year, for Mrs Katharine Delaney, of the De Bo th Home Makers’ School, is coming foi the fifth time to this city, to help the housewives with their specific problems. She will bring with her a host of interesting and valuable suggestions, not only for tempting and inexpensive dishes, but for efficiency in managing the household routine The announcement of the Chester Times' Annual Cooking and Home Making School is always a signal for PARTLY ( LOI DY; WARM ER VY RATHER Partly cloudy .skies, warmer weather and possibly showers are predicted in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, It will be slightly colder tonight and fair tomorrow. Tile highest temperature here yesterday was 44 degrees, at 4 p. rn., and th" lowest was 26, at ti a. rn. The average of 35 was normal for the date but eleven degrees below the avenine February 22 last vee:    Max imum temperature tor the date is 65. established in 1925, and minimum ll, in 1885. Sunn.se today was at 6 43 a. rn. and sunset will be at, 5.46 p. rn., Eastern Standard Time. CHINESE DIG IN TO GLOCK JAPS TWO MINOR BLAZES IN THE WEST END The Franklin Fire Company battled a .stubborn blaze in an apartment house at 28 Wood row street, for an GENERAL PRICE EXPRESSES VIEWS BOBBER SI SITA hour las? night be I ore extinguishing Advocates Dictatorship for piio 11 if WTI ut Us: Mm flames. The fire broke out at    ...    4»I Iv ii I I sru a© I ii iDo about 7 30 o’clock in a rear room of the apartments and Urn firemen experience considerable trouble getting at the source of the blaze which they managed to confine to one room. Another fire, early this morning destroyed the interior of a small frame dwelling on Baker street, between Central avenue and Edwards street. Diet net companies responded to an alarm from Box 212, located at. Third and Edwards streets. The building was untenanted. A false alarm was also turned in from Box 125, this morning. FALKS ENLIVEN HIWANIS SESSION Presidcnt-oloct as Moans of Balancing Budget More than 200 persons attending the flfiv-fourth anniversary dinner of tile Veteran Guard of the Third Infantry, in Philadelphia, last night, heath General William ti Price, Jr, of lins city, advocate the elevation of Pi evident-rleet Roosevelt to a dicta tm ship. “As a Republican, I sav, give the incoming President dictatorial powers in order that, lie may balance the budget, Every expert In the county declares that unless the budget cs balanced we will never overtake plan to close four teacher training of state employes and inquiries into colleges.    i governmental structure produced. All will admit the efficacy of some The Republican State organization, parts of the code, but none will sup- wh cli controls the Legislature, showed port all of It.    ifs first concrete step toward lowcr- Tbe result Is a babel of tongues ing governmental costs in the Howell seeking to Influence legislative votes resolution which called on all state that are already split many ways, officials and employes receiving more .......... .......| than $1500 annually to accept 15 per cent, cuts in salaries and in pa • age in the Senate of the Reed bill providing the same percentagi of reduction in judges* salaries. Should the 15 per rent. principle be applied to all state expenditures, the economy program would cut the gov- Continued on Page Sixteen Continued on Page Sixteen ELECTS DI HECTORS A young Philadelphian was held without bali yesterday afternoon bv Magistrate Fred T Cooper, charged with being one of the group who (’DENTY ('    (ll*"    (’ robbed the Prospect Paik State Bank    *    * early this month. The suspect. Victor Bate Hi, 24. was held after Miss Thelma Roiph, 33, of 114.’ Madison avenue, Prospect [•aik told Magistrate Cooper that the accused was one of tile bandits. Batell!, represented by Attorney Stewart P Clarke, shook his head as though denying the accusations, but iv was not asked to testify. The man was brought to Delaware Adopt French Tactics to J lid (re MacDadc Again increased interest in the matter oi preparing the Blue bird cai for ship- examinations to which Spear must planning menus, preparing food and be subjected before the final report is made. Defend Border J chol Province merit to New York where it may be placed aboard the Aquitama which ails for England March 3. UNIFORM AI TION ON REPEAL DROPPED STUDENT’S SCREAMS FOH,Kl) HOLDUP in accumulating a fresh supply of helpful household hints. The homemaking women of the city look for ward, too, to four happy and enter- Nanking. PEIPING. Feb. 23— (UP) — a desperate battle with heavy losses on both sides was announced bv the Chinese today in the vicinity of WASHINGTON, Feb. 23—GNS* — Tile movement for congressional upervision of state prohibition repeal tbV young elections and conventions was vir- night tually dropped in thp House today. When the question of congressional action to assure uniformity in repeal elf et ions was discussed in the House Judiciary Committee a majority appeared opposed to the plan. Without taking any formal action. the committee passed to other questions. Two gunmen, who attempted to hold-up a Swarthmore undergraduate, were frustrai rd in the att "mot when woman screamed la “t Miss Grace shelly, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William B Wirily, of 307 South Chester road. Swarthmore, an honor student in the junior class, attended a concert in the Strath Haven Inn, corner of Yale and Harvard avenues, and noticed the two m- Japanese stormed the Chinese positions after a preliminary air bombing and heavy artillery barrage, the Chinese reported. Wave alter wave of green-clad Nipjione e broke against the Chine c s a eight ba yon' I charges ade. inc guns and mortars poured into the struggling troops, ache , e IT: VI eh atli I HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY taining sessions with Mrs, Delaney who UC justly i>opular v/it h them An especally varied and interesting program is promised this year, It "■ill include the pr carat on of meats, v eg ca bier sal; dr. sandwiches and br.k«d f licecirs 'lim efficient r 1 rf th" electrical appliances with which many home.1 are equipped, will not be forgotten. The proper arrangement of the kitchen, the housewife's workshop, will be .stressed, and laundry work will become interesting, instead of drudgery, as the new labor-saving devices are shown. Nor will the important matter of    of    Chaoyang,    is the    mo;a    hotly    conmen when she started to walk to her table service be overlooked. According    tested    sector    of the    250-mile    line. Tile Chinese reported that Japanese planes bombed Chaoyang itself, destroying many hou es. fighting hand-to-hand. The attack finally was repulsed and the Chinese held their positions, they claimed. Nanking, on the Jehol border east home.    to the DeBoth Homemakers’ School, A short distance from    the    inn. one    a meal is a real success only when it of the men ran up    behind    her and    Is attractively served, and that mean pressed the muzzle    of    a    revolver    that thought must be given*to th" against her side. Both men fled when she screamed. (Bt United Press) AT AGUA CALIENTE 1—\elbane, Top Shot, Altho, Pretty Sis, Crystal fiver. Glad Mart. 2—Miss Fashionplate, By \\ ire Princess ( cuta. Dealer, Bon Bibb'. Brig O’Peace. —Eskimo . I—None. 5— Miss Martha, Locket, Sure Hills Brillante. a—( calinda, Olga. Des Jardines. 7—Adorable ( argo. ( harming Lady. Time Shot, Weather, clear; track, fast. AT FMR GROUNDS Democrat Chiefs With Cabinet Continued on Page Six!," ii Pleased Personnel I —(None). ti—(None). 3— None), 4—(None I, 5—1 None), ft— None), 7—Agnes >orel. 8— None). o— Declared off Weather, clear; ADMITS GUILT AS BIGAMIST Young .Man Erred W hen He Took Second Wife to Former Home track. fa*t. AT HIALEAH TAFE J— None). 5— None), 3— Verne!, \—Brown Molasses. Mon? Baldy, On-dott, Polisher. More Anon, Prince Alt 5—flappy Scot, Villon, e— None). *— None), Weather, clear; track, fast. AT HAVANA I —I None). 2— None). 3—Caille, Ask Toreh, VI ce B , VV ive Kid. I—MoTinkle. —.lusta Princess. Darkavrev Young Bill. • — *'>->< -j t-r )’• . < ti-is?, \ a*t loft “hot. iv *■ tither, clear, track fast. When he took his bride of a few months, to Rising Sun. Md and left her and proceeded to Bridgewater De!. two months ago. having obtained a position, and had high hopes of caving enough monev 'n ran housekeeping, James Johnson. 35, made a serious mistake Yesterday he was committed to the county jail in default of $1500 bail on a charge of bigamy. Johnson's troubles started when the former Margaret Stewart, 28. of Twin Oaks road Boothwyn, whom he married on September 22. 1932 had go)ten comfortably settled in her new surroundings and began to make the acquaintance of some of the voung folks in the little Maryland town, which is located"'a short detain r from Harmony. She learned that hvr husband had married a Lena Higgins, 30. of Harmony, on November 29, 1919. and had neglected to Fifth st re divorce her before marrying Mar- Marchmont WASHINGTON. Feb. 23 INT The i •bm'- selected by Pi "Sidon? elect Roosevelt heralds the beg t ti a world-wide en vc 'n reduce tariff and promote international trade F Henrv T. Rainey, Democratic lead* of the House, said today. Rainry and o!her De rn or rn t i leaders expressed themselves as in pleased wit ii the Roosevelt selection? "Tov appointment of Senato: Hu: and Daniel Roper to the cabinet . indieative of th- policy the admin, (ration is going to pursue." sail Ramey "ii indicates ’ti ? the re administration will try to rev*.-ta: iff s and accomplish nuprta tariff relations, ’It evidently is getting ready to its part in the world wide pronoun conference and Mr Hull and M. Roper ran render splendid assistant These appoint men’s clearly aho* what is to be done Rainev deciare Roper was "th best" rahinet selection made by Ms NANKING, China, Feb. 23 (UP) A Japanese ultimatum ordering the Clutic.se to withdraw from the province ol Jehol was received by the government at 5 p. rn. today. PF I PI NG. Fab 23    «UP.» Chinese armies defending Jehol Province against the powerful Japanese war machine dug in today along a 250-mile battle front to block the Japa-ne.se drive for annexation of Jehol to the suate of Manehoukuo Al hou uh heavy Ii ch’in;.’ had oc- Takcs Occasion lo Criticise Investigators Prior to beginning his “Washington' Birthday" address yesterday, at the noon meeting of the K twangs Club. Judge Albert Dutton MacDadc, o! the common pleas court of this county, again assailed the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce In-v sgation into the affairs of the county government. Judge    Mac Dade, who    was Just completing another line of thought in a few remarks with which he opened,    not ired that William F. Delehantv, manager of the Chamber of Commerce, was In the audience, and proceeded to address his remarks both to the audience and to the Chamber of Commerce official. Referring to the Investigations, the speaker intimated that It was Impossible to bring in an outside investigator and after three weeks of “rooting mound” have him prepare a report on rn att era relating to waste and pos ibb* economic: in the county He expressed the bell a report would be un• mid come from    one who it three weeks’    time, be familiar w uh all matters n the affairs being ln- thr    evei    increasing    venin    of    govern-    county    by Corporal Williams Bloom, menu    and    that    unless    this    Is    done    of the    State    pollee, after he was re leased from Hie Montgomery county prison In Norristown, where he had been held ainee last Thursday on suspicion. The Prosper! Paik bank was robbed of $2394 shortly before ll o'clock on the morning of February 3, when four armed    men    entered the institution and “covered'’ Miss Rolph and Herbert 8. White, the cashier. Two    other    suspects, arrested In Philadelphia, were identified by bank employes on Tuesday. disaster lies ahead. "Speaker Garner, Hie next Vice President has declared that Congress is not qualified to solve Urn financial difficulties of the Nation We know what would happen lf we went into bailie with every sergeant determined to follow his own plans We would soon be in h Ho now let us give the power to on** man, and 111 take a chance on the man who has shown that he has tie majority of the people of the nation behind him. Make him dictator for two years Then if he has made mistakes Congress can j W INDOW ( LEANER rectify them." General Price preceded his recom-mendation by saying that it appeared Incredible that the brightest men in the Nation four years ago were saying that prosperity was here to stay, that conditions would ever continue to grow better, "I am inclined to ljelieve,” he continued, "that during those times we became somewhat soft. Nations have always fallen during periods of affluence. So it may be a Divine Providence that brought this depression on us. FALLS TO SIDEWALK Paul Bartkow. 43, of 311 East Members of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce today will elect 15 members to the directorate to serve for two years The names submitted bv the nominating committee will have no opposition, It is predicted The nominees are George L, Alton, William Argyle. H S. Darlington, R. H Dlament, Douglas R. Faith, William T. Ualey. p. Norris Hall. J, Arthur Hayes. William P. Lear, E. A. McCadden, William R. Provost, Ralph E Rhodes, C. Perry Webster. E. F. White and A W. Wol.son. Balloting began at, IO a rn. today and will clos© at 4 p. rn. today. PI AN BASEBALL LEAGUE A committee was appointed, at a meeting of the Triangle Club, held last evening in til)- Y. M C. A building, .Seventh street and Edgmfflnt avenue, to make plans for a baseball league Those appointed to make the arrangements are John Gorham. John Hai per and James Mewha. It is the intention to have a six nm? u go I that fair and could ne thorough entering v est I ga t cd Reference to local governmental matters made bv Judge Marinade I was foil ox cd by a ref err nee by Rev. William R Mar Nutt, of the Cro/.er I Seminary, regarding af-• I of a1 [j * bile < bool . Rev I R. I KEAHI It V BALANI I WASHINGTON, Feb 23 'INS' Treasury balance as of Feb, 20, $296,-810 685 88; expenditures, $8 200,862.96; custom’ receipts $11,835,259,00. Eight)) .street,, fell from a second floor! fParn league which will be composed window of a store at Seventh street direly of members of the Triangle and Edgmont avenue yesterday after- j dub noon He was washing windows when he slipped and fell to Hie sidewalk He was taken to the Chester Hospital, where he was found lo have sustained a slight laceration of the sea Ip. There was no evidence of any body Injuries. Stephen Pietran, 25, 2507 West Third street, was struck by a falling tree limb yesterday afternoon. while rutting wood in a field near Trainer He was taken to the Chester Ho pi tai where he received treatment for a contusion of the shoulder. •d wi Jap; n Chin' main in der The mod* 'n if mg ' he Wo ex nehru ope t re th ■fore* e sourer: inn ■ nesc wa y. Chinese I * a g; n * man wen Alen I. f‘VP. of rn Jehol bor-Ch these and concentrated, that, the 5 not yr t ! I ' trench ta War It) tattle for ■ties dr . ok cfi Jehol jperi with and w:e .eloped rn n the im-were m- Th colog fairs in Mar n it school He rem the rn; tea chn the hot Us pa bet lr r C Haircut Led to Years of Closest Friendship - tew 'ill r d tlx* inst oi ■ recent time* lh >hat, prior t e Edmund.’ ad (chords were a ■ole-.sion, but b O' or enabled t ive*, and to bet or One sunn ago. a man 1 in front of ) and barber Wont Third man, with ( out inned on Page SixliSfn STOREKEEPER SAYS YOl THS BEAT MLM ( onlinuerl on Page sixteen OLI) KXI TSK FALLS ON DKA!' EARS of one * ta about him own* r and bar ber, * J arn ’ wars “Then I KUC v da v a n umber of v< ai •; a ai i a cr ping t fie srdew alk na i ombmation cigar store shop in six' 1700 block atieet when a young flowing Dr lr and an air sh Rom the country" approached the .shop-inquired if I a was th*' HONOR RIDLEY PARK OFFICIALS General Butler predicts women will he flying combat planes in the next war. Well, if thev fly like the; driv# un automobile, their maneuvers will baffle thp enemy. A county college has banned automobile parking on the campus. Just a gentle rap at companionate carriages. An English visitor to Rotary her© aid he doesn't understand how our lender women dominate their husbands. Well, John, slender ones can weep just as well as fat ones. A speaker addressing student* her© fold them to forge ahead Evidently he forgot what happened blacksmiths. Jerry Mercandante wants our opinion of a good barber. Well. Ace would '-av one who is bald-headed and ran sell hair tonir to his customers. the i« ply. had better K' ’ a Ch md I ion vt rebbe of th held ;: da y police 400 for Continued on Page Sixteen STRUCK BY < \R OF DELAWARE MOTORIST Or Mu mm nm * n ii t a moi n c igfi, I OCK, Cli' con’ .lute when bf fore On of f 112 W Struck bv an Ellwood Garvin while crossing iUtomobile dr; of Claymont Morton avern la ? evening, 50 East Third 'en b I)* : I; < st recI Af . iv pee are a r Mal bn hi Wood, S’reef lea ring signed fist rate ta rv 8. 'I hied * wlu n re and riding Ellsworth I Iv. of Trainer, was Tho brad ginning of s among ? he d* F nciant in poix •* court ship that ' tills morning ; I is La not lung ie v ago. bv the for Ell.1-.worth b i "Muse if he isn't ar- On t he d; rested every * * oi so something i. * * red Du b v.: ong ge> : a * in ’ I ex me 11 > C bester 'n get ;i drink * hair. A* and I guess I tx f* one too many,’ was his labors Eli: wort b’s aith ! on*- he had given * h* f t rang* every commit! ne rr gist rate the a e usa lion v. J-arn" excuse fc ti •..<•*. r * a I years past n cr He will be at I i or• *•• tomorrow aftrr- The barb noon, Mel:;"’),'' < Honan sentencing a Dr Bide him to serve 'JA hours in a cr ll to sn- ber up f ( \l;l> Is \PPItl ( I ATED FORME aid (lie other interrogator f conversation was the be - Citizens Show tion for Years of Efficient Services Rendered A Philadelphia gunner who    wits hunting birds in Essington shot a    cow. .    .    Maybe he hated to return home    and \ PP reel a-    tell hrs friends he shot nothing. is dissolved a few days cat I) *<f one of the men, m quasi ion the two en-ber hop ai d the st mille heavy plush-covered ie barber progressed in ' shearing the locks of a rn thei pleasant < on-a started bv the custo- *r wa j pr asked if he knew ie1 iring physician a limit' Ie acus oemg alleged to cigar.* from Wood ad- garet    sustained brush burns and minor in- He had used the name William turies, which were trea’ecj ar the Neal when hr married the Linwood Chester Hospital The Delaware mo-young woman the reremonv being torist was arr-u-’rd bn* released in solemnized bv Rev. Carl L Appeiberc his own recognizance to appear for a ....—   hearing in pol.ee court on February ( nntinued on Page Eight 28. I OR Kl I) ( R()ss t I NI) Ae ordmg to E P Yen of final report Of 19 Princeton chairman of the of the American in the tnt rob ca., in the borough A po Icard from Ceylo to the Springhaven Club from th*- Goodwill Fur ( 2 has been received by ti Miss Eleanor Wilson, o! and Potter streets who tended cruise. Miss W of the foremost women g Spnnghaven Club w:;*■*,•< a position of prominence and where in matches I: a?uun**d second plac** in piomhtp ranks ol the w hers. addressed ddy group ■pany No boys from ll. : '* • r * ii on an ex* j;, is one era of the e has held the links year she ien mom- Moi mite t he Che.*. a* ti A large gathering of present and former result ohs of Ridley Park met in the high school auditorium last, evening to pay homage to their fellow citizens. Franklin P. Iu*wts and John H. Partridge, who have each given over 40 consecutive years of faithful and efficient service in public office ut the borough, Mr. Lewis has served as borough treasurer for a period of 43 years and Mr Partridge has been treasurer of the Ridley Park School District for 41 years, On the .stag*- on which were placed busts of George Washington and of Abraham Lincoln, palms and potted plants, were stated the guests of honor, Burgess L» Norris Hall, who was master of ceremonies; the guest speakers were J. H, Ward Klnk.son, State Representative Ellwood J Turner, ft* v. Dr. William T Cherry, pastor of the Ridley Park Methodist Church, of Which Mr Lewis is a member; the Rev. C, Walton Mar-exploded. Forney, according to teney, pastor of the Ridley Park Bap-inzorm&tion received bv the list Church, of which Mr Partridge cr man, was blasting tree stumps is a member; Scout Alice Eastlake e time He sustained a broken representing the Ridlc\ Park Girl nr! head inturie.s and his eye A man in Darby cranked a ear and it ran over him. Undoubtedly that Lxn’t the way he wanted it to start. A writer predicts that the next big war will not last more than a week. At that rate we'll have no use for those dollar-a-year heroes. Next to a robins song there’s no surer harbinger of spring than a dirty-faced kid with cracked knuckles, bulging pockets and a nicked glassie. C ontinued on Page Sixteen INJURED KY BLAST Forney, of 904 Fast Ko orient h street, has received word from uprize Neb that tits brother, Ro-ind Forney, of that place, was seri-usiv ’inured when a charge of dyrm- WASHINGTON. Feb. !?— FP' — Fore* ast for tonight and I riday: Eastern Pennsylvania: Fair, slight!* colder in west and north portions tonight; Friday partly cloudy. Western Pennsylvania:    Partly cloudy, slightly colder tonight; Friday, fair. New Jersey; I air tonight and f riday; not much change in temperature. TODAY’S I IMPI KA I UKES 6    a. 7    a 8    a 9    a •jht ma} be impaired. Continued on Page Eight, IO a rn.    40    Ila    rn. rn.    ......    44    Noon    ... rn.    ......    ll    I p.    m, rn    ......    48    2 p.    rn. rn.    .......    50 54 56 57 5d ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: February 23, 1933

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