Chester Times, February 23, 1933

Chester Times

February 23, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 201 OS tme FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17524 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International Kews Service INS CHESTER PA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES ROOSEVELT HAS PICKED CABINET Unofficial List Includes a New York Who Gets Labor Post Selected to Assist Presi dentelect in His An nounced New Deal WASHINGTON Feb Presidentelect Roosevelts precedent breaking cabinet of nine men and one will bring to the new adminis tration the views of nearly every sec tion and every shade of party opinion The final setup as disclosed un officially to Democratic leaders here includes men experienced in industry and finance in the problems of the farmer and the laboring man in legis lation and politics The new cabinet breaks with tradi tion in giving representation to men who previously had been aligned with Repxiblican party For the first time it gives a woman a place at the National Council Table Barring lastminute changes the cabinet which will help Mr Roosevelt his promised new deal will be Secretary of e n a I o r Cordcll Hull Tennessee Secretary of H Woodin New York Indus trialist Secretary of 11 Dem Governor of Utah from 1924 to 1932 Attorney cn a t o r Thomas J Walsh Montana Secretary of Claude A Swanson Virginia Secretary of A Wallace Iowa farm publisher A Farley New York Chairman of the Democratic National Com mittee Secretary of C Roper North Carolina lawyer and veteran Democratic strategist Secretary of Ickcs Illinois lawyer and one time Bull Moose Republican Secretary of Fran ces Perkins New York Slate In dustrial Commissioner and au thority on labor problems Selection of Hull and Woodin al ready has been formally announced by Mr Roosevelt Announcement of the others is expected soon Ickes Roper and Dern were the last to be selected Ickes a Chicago attorney was a leader in the Bull Moose campaign of Continued on Last Page CAMPBSffi THROUGH WITH RACES FOR 33 DAYTONA BEACH Fla Feb Malcolm Campbell def initely abandoned his plan to make a try for the standing mile record today when his physician told him his in jured left wrist would not stand the strain of changing gears on his pow erful car This means that he is through racing at Daytona Beach this year Immediately after his conference with his physician the British racing driver ordered his mechanics to start preparing the Blue bird car for ship ment to New York where it may be placed aboard the Aquitania which sails for England March 3 WASHINGTON Feb The movement for congressional supervision of state prohibition repeal flections and conventions was vir tually dropped in the House today When the question of congressional action to assure uniformity in repeal elections was discussed in the House Judiciary Committee a majority ap peared opposed to the plan Without taking any formal action the committee passed to other ques tions HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT AGUA CALIENTE Top Shot AHivo Pretty Sis Crystal Flyer Glad Mart Fashionplatc By Wire Princess Ccuta Dealer Bon Bobbj Brig OPeace Myrtha Locket SureHills Brillante Olga DCS Jardines Cargo Charming Lady Time Shot Weather clear track fast AT FAIR GROUNDS Sorel clear track fast HTALEAH PARK Molasses Mont Baldy On dott Polisher More Anon Prince AH Scot Villon Weather clear track fast AT HAVANA JOHN R FELL A SUICIDE WIFE TELLSPOLICE Well Known Phila Man Quoted as Saying Its My Fault I Did It Found in Far East Hotel With Knife Thrust Through His Heart CAMPBELL SPEEDS CAR TO NEW RECORD SOLO Java Feb Still i hysterical and unnerved by the trag edy Mrs John R Fell former Fol lies girl wife of the noted American sportsman and banker tonight told the story of her husbands mysterious death asserting he died a suicide by plunging a knife through his heart His last words Mrs Fell told police were Its 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 the former Martha Ever ton 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 The 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 rise 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 the 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 terrorstricken I shouted for help and another guest of the hotel arrived just as he died His last words were Its my fault I did it Police declared their investigation showed that Fellslast words were Continued on Page Sixteen PROMINENT MAN REGAINS FREEDOM Release from jailwas accorded James Spear Jr today in habeus corpus proceedings heard before Judge W Roger Fronefield at Media Spear who had been in jail since February 17 was incarcerated fol lowing i charges brought by authorities of the Pendle Hill School in Walling ford They charge that Spear had been in the practice of firing shots at the school buildings and had on oc casions riddled the place with bird shot and bullets The Spear estate adjoins the school property Spear Is well known throughout this area and is the son of the founder of the Spear Stove Company in Philadel phia Since he was placed in jail a lunacy commission has been conducting an investigation to determine Spears sanity The members of the commis sion have nofc yet made known their findings as there are several more examinations to which Spear must be subjected before the final report is made Two gunmen who attempted to noldup a Swarthmore undergraduate were frustrated in the attempt when the young woman screamed lart night Miss Grace Shelly daughter of Mr and Mrs William B Shelly 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 Har vard avenues and noticed the two men when she started to walk to her home A short distance from the inn one of ran up behind her and muzzle of a revolver Both men fled miles an hour on the run soulh car flash by at a speed of TIMES COOKING SCHOOL DATES First of Sessions Will Be 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 attend the Chester Times Home Making School next Tuesday Wednes day and Friday afternoon and Thurs dayevening is too tempting to be resisted evenat thevrisk of a bit less attention to the family menu But this will be only an introduc tion to better and better meals dur ing the rest of the year for Mrs Katharine Delaney of the DeBoth Home Makers School is coming for the fifth time to this city to help the housewives with their specific problems She will bring with her a host of interesting and valuablesug gestions not only for tempting and inexpensive dishes but for efficiency in managing the household routine PARTLY CLOUDY WARMER WEATHER Partly cloudy skies warmer weather and possibly showers are predicted in Eastern Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be slightly colder tonight and fair to morrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 44 degrees at 4 p m and the lowest was 26 at 6 a m The average of 35 was normal for the date but eleven degrees below the average February 22 last year Max imum temperature for the date is G5 established in 1925 and minimum ll in 1885 Sunrise today was at 643 a m and sunset will be at 546 p m Eastern Standard Time Adopt French Tactics to Defend Border Jeliol Province PEIPING Feb a des perate battle with heavy losses on both sides was announced by the Chinese today in the vicinity of Nanking pressed the against her side when she screamed Times Annual Cooking and Home Making School is always a signal for increased interest in the matter of planning menus preparing food and in accumulating a fresh supply of helpful household hints The home making women of the city look for ward too to four happy and enter taining sessions with Mrs Delaney whois justly popular wjth them An especally varied and interesting program is promised this year It will include the preparation of meats vegetables and bsked delicacies Tiie efficient use1 0 the electrical appliances with which j were made many homes are equipped will not be i Machine suns and mortars poured Japanese stormed the Chinese positions after a preliminary ail bombing and heavy artillery barrage the Chinese reported Wave after wave of TWO MINOR BLAZES IN THE WEST END The Franklin Fire Company battled a stubborn blaze in an apartment house at 28 Woodrow street for an hour last night before extinguishing the flames The fire broke out at about 730 oclock in a rear room of the apartments and the firemen ex perience 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 be tween Central avenue and Edwards street District companies responded to an alarm from Box 212 located at Third and Edwards streets The building was untenanteci A false alarm was also turned in from Box 125 this morning TALKSENLlVEN KIWAMS SESSION Judge MacDadc Again Takes Occasion to Criti cise Investigators Prior to beginning his Washing tons Birthday address yesterday at the noon meeting of the Kiwanis Club Judge Albert Dutton MacDade of the common pleas courl of this county again assailed the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce in vestigations into the affairs of the greenclad county government Judge MacDade who was just XT i 1 W WHO W rt S 111 SI Nipponese broke against the Chines completing another Ime of thought trenches as eight bayonet charges in a few remarks with forgotten The proper arrangement of the kitchen the housewifes work shop will be stressed and laundry work willbecome interesting instead of drudgery as the new laborsaving devices are shown Nor will the important matter of table service be overlooked According to the DeBoth Homemakers School a meal is a real success only when it death into the struggling troops fighting handtohand The attack finally was repulsed and the Chinese held their positions they claimed Nanking on the Jehol border east of Chaoyang is the most hotly con tested sector of the line The Chinese reported that Japanese plnnes bombed Chaoyang itself is attractively served and that means destroying many houses that thought must be the Continued on Sixteen Democrat Chiefs Pleased With Cabinet Personnel ADMITSGUILT AS BIGAMIST WASHINGTON Feb wrj Jirtu w TV selected by Presidenti curred along the eastern Jehol bor NANKING China Feb Japanese ultimatum ordering the Chinese to withdraw from the province of Jchol was received by the government c 5 Pm today PEIPING Feb armies defending Jehol Province against the powerful Japanese war machine dug in today along a 250 mile battle front to block the Japa nese drive for annexation of Jehol to the state of Manchoukuo Although heavy fighting had elect Roosevelt heralds the beginning or a worldwide drive to reduce tariffs and promote International trade Rep Henry T Rainey Democratic leader Man Erred He Took Second Wife to Former Home der where the main Chinese and Japanese forces were concentrated Chinese sources here agreed that the main Japanese offensivewas not yet under way TIiex Chinese were equipped with modern of the House said today Rainey and other Democratic with the Roosevelt selectionK Senator Hull j the World War Involved in the im he cabinet is j pending battle for Jehol were Jn the policy the adrmnis of war and were tactics developed indicative When he took his bride of a few months to her and proceeded Del two months ago having obtained a position and had high hopes of saving enough money to start house going pursue Continued on Sixteen tariff relations accomplish reciprocal STOREKEEPER SAYS It evidently is getting ready for its part in the world wide economic YOUTHS BEAT HIM Charged with suspicion of assault 1ftOlinrr i me WUHU WJUti tUUIJUIT 1C keeping James Johnson 3o made a i conference and Mr Hull and Mr serious mistake Yesterday he was Roper can render snirhdid awifanrn arid battery and robbery James Wood committed to the county jail in dci These appointments fault of S1500 pail on a charge of I what is to be donr bigamy Johnsons troubles started when the former Margaret Stewart 28 of Twin Oaks road Boothwynr whom he married on September 22 1932 had gotten comfortably settled in ner new surroundings and began to make the acquaintance of some of young folks in the little Maryland town which is located a short dis tance from Harmony She learned cleary 22 the lock Cherry street i was held for a continued hearing 1 Ask Torch Wee B Wise i Kid Princess Darkavress Younr i Bill B Czarist Vast Infi Shot Wcnther clear track fast that hsr husband had married a Lena HIgglns 30 of Harmony on Novem ber andhad neglected to divorce her before marrying Mar garet He had used the name Wiilliam Neal when he married the Linwood younp woman the ceremony being solemnized by Rev Carl L Appelberg best cabinet selection made by p Continued on Page Sixteen BY CAR couit morning in a few remarks with which he opened noticed that William F Delehanty 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 Re ferring to the investigations the speaker intimated that it was im possible to bring in an outside in vestigator and after three weeks of rooting around have him prepare a report on matters relating to waste and possible economies in the county government He expressed the be lief that such a report would be un fair and would come from one who could not in three weeks time be thoroughly familiar with all matters entering into the affairs being In vestigated Reference to local governmental matters made by Judge MacDade was followed by a reference by Rev William R MacNutt of the Crozer Theological Seminary regarding af fairs in the local public schools Rev MacNutt briefly traced the history of school legislation of recent times He reminded the club that prior to the enactment of the Edmunds act teachcrs in public schools were at the bottom of the profession but by its passage had bncn enabled to better qualify themselves and to bet Advocates Dictatorship for Presidentelect as Means of BalancingBudget More than 200 persons attending the fiftyfourth anniversary dinner ofthe Veteran Guard of the Third Infantry in Philadelphia last night heard General William G Price Jr of this city advocate the elevation of Presidentelect Roosevelt to a dic tatorship As a Republican I say give the incoming President dictatorial powers in order that he may balance the budget Every expert in the coun try declares that unless the budget is balanced we will never overtake the overIncreasing costs of govern ment and that unless this is done disaster lies ahead Speaker Garner the next Vice President has declared that Congress Is not qualified to solve the financial difficulties of the Nation We know battle with every sergeant determined to follow his own plans We would soon be in So now let us give the power to one man and Ill take a chance on the man who has shown that he has the majority of the peo ple of the nation behind him Make Wm dictator for two years Then if he has made mistakes Congress can rectify them General Price preceded h recom mendation by saying that it appeared Incredible that the brightest men in the Nation four years ago were say ing that prosperity war here to stay that conditions would ever continue to grow better I am inclined to believe he con tinued that during those times we became somewhat soft Nations have always fallen during periods of af fluence So It may be a Divine Providence that brought this depres sion on us XI S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Feb Treasury balance as of Feb 20 81068588 expenditures 200862 96 customs receipts NEW SCHOOL CODE FACING BATTLE IN THE LEGISLATURE No Party Faction or Group Favors It in Its Entirety Survey Shows Some Portions Seen Effica cious Some Predict Dis aster for It HARRISBURG Feb Pennsylvanias proposed new school code was characterized on all sides today as the real orphan of the pres ent Legislative session No party faction or group of sub stantial size is willing to uphold it in ifsentirety and the individuals that support it without ifs and ands arc numerically neEligible That condition has always existed in some degree and applies to many other bills but not a single measure introduced so far this year is consid ered as significant in the whole scheme of things economically so cially and politically as the school code The importance or unemploy ment relief is not denied but thus far theproposals on that subject are too intangible and incomplete to be judged on the same basis As in the case of every complex codification of laws the education code covers a wide range of divisions any one of which is a ma lor con troversial issue The proposal to con solidate more than two thousand dis tricts into five hundred has drawn the greatest mass protest despite the fact that through such merging the Department of Public instruction es timates a saving of more than 000 with increased efficiency Thousands of others are protesting a cut in subsidies which would re sult while another large body is concentrating on apposition to the plan to close four teacher training colleges All will admit the efficacy of some parts of the code but none will sup port all of it The result Is a babel of tongues seeking to influence legislative votes that are already split many ways Continued on Pape Sixteen GIRL IDENTIFIES ROBBER SUSPECT A young Philadelphian was held without bail yesterday afternoon by Magistrate Fred T Cooper charged with being one of the group who robbed the Prospect Park State Bank early this month The suspect Victor Batellt 24 was held after lyiiss Thelma Rolph 23 ot 114Madison avenue Prospect Park told that the accused was one of the bandits BatcJli represented by Attorney Stewart P Clarke shook his head as though denying the accusations bub he was not asked to testify The man was brought to Delaware county by Corporal William S Bloom of the State police after he was re leased from the Montgomery county prison In Norristown where he had been held since last Thursday on sus picion The Prospect Park bank was robbed of shortly before 11 oclock on the morning of February 3 when four armed men entered the Institution and covered Miss Rolph and Her bert S White the cashier Two other suspects arrested in Philadelphia were identified by bank employes on Tuesday WINDOW CLEANER FALLS TO SIDEWALK Paul Bartkow 43 of 311 East Eighth street fell from a second floor window of a store at Seventh street and Edgmont avenue yesterday after noon He was washing windows when he slipped and fell to the sidewalk He was taken to the Chester Hospital where he tained a was found to have sus slight laceration of the scalp There was no evidence of any body Injuries Stephen Pletran 25 2507 West Third street was struck by a fall Ing tree limb yesterday afternoon while cuttingwood in a field near Trainer He was taken to the Ches ter Hospital where he received treat ment for a contusion of the shoulder Continued on Papre Sixteen OLD EXCUSEPALIS ON DEAF BARS Ellsworth Lilly of Trainer was among the defendants In police court this morning This is nothing new for Ellsworth because if he isnt ar rested every week or so something is wrong I came to Chester to get a drink and I guess I got one too many was Ellsworths alibi one he had given One sunny day a number of years agoa man was sweeping the sidewalk in front of his combination cigar store find barber shop in the 1700 block I West Third street when a young man with flowing hair and an air of one fresh from the country about him approached the shop owner and inquired if he was the barber I the reply Then I guess I had better get a haircut said the other interrogator This brief conversation was the be ginning of a long and binding friend ship that was dJssolved a few days ago by the death of one of the men On the day in question the two en tered the barber shop and the stran ger sat in the heavy plushcovered chair As the barber progressed In his labors of shearing the locks of the stranger a rather pleasant con oeiore Magistrate same for several years past j mer He will be at liberty tomorrow after The barber was asked if he knpw Magistrate Hcnnn sentencing a Dr Side practicing phySn wet A West Thirdj him to serve 24 hours in a cell j street a stroekeeper was alone when fcer two youths entered the place and ATAnmTTCT i asked for cigarettes lUUl Uixlb 1 the smokes to the you After handing youths Goulko says he was attacked his spectacles being CARD is APPRECIATED Struck by an automobile driven bv brokeri Ellwood Garvine of Claymont Del have stolen aquantity of cigars Jrorn while crossing Morton avenue attne store Detectives say Wood ad Fifth street last evening Fred jmits the Marchmont 250 East Third street sustained brash burns and minor in juries which were treated at the Chester Hospital The Delaware mo torist was arrested but released in hie ftnm r in avenue Swarthmore chairman of thc his own recognizance to appoar for a Swarthmore district of the American Con tinned on Eight 23 7 i w uj hearing m police court on February 1 Red Cross nearly S2000 was raised A postcard from Ceylon addressed youths are alleged to tne Springhaven Club caddy group from the Goodwill Fire Company No 2 has been received by the boys from Miss Eleanor Wilson of Thirteenth and Potter streets who is on an ex tended cruise Miss Wilson is one of the foremost women golfers of the Springhaven Club where she has held a position of prominence on the links and where in matches last year she attained second place in the cham pionship ranks of the women mem bers FOR RED CROSS FUND According to the final report of Mrs E P Yerkes of 19 Princeton in the recent roll call in the borough Continued on Pape Sixteen INJURED BY BLAST Monroe Forney of 904 East Four teenth street has received word from Suprise Neb that his brother Ro land Forney of that place was seri ously injured when a charge of dyna mite exploded Forney according to the information received by the Chester man was blasting tree stumps at the time He sustained a broken let and head injuries and his eye sight may be impaired Citizens Show Apprecia tion for Years of Ef ficient Services Rendered PRICE TWO CENTS ASSEMBLY TO CUT PINCHOT BUDGET IN ECONOMY PLAN If 15 P C Slash Principle Is Followed Amount Would be Governor Asked 000 for Expenditures Fiscal Survey Made HARRISBTJRG Pa Feb summaries of fiscal surveys indicate Pennsylvania will not raise the Governor Gifford Pinchot 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 193335 budget The difference between the amount of money the surveys indicate pres ent methods of raising revenue will prochice and the sum Pinchot asked will be gapped by the economy pro gram it was said We certainly canfc 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 com mittee sought data from state de partments on their fiscal needs The other by what is known as the Turner committee sought to find means of effecting economies Representatives of the two com mittees continued their work todav in putting the finishing touches on summaries of what their questioning of state employes and inquiries into governmental structure produced The Republican State organization which controls the Legislature showed its first concrete step toward lower ing governmental costs In the Howell resolution which called on all state officials and employes receiving more than annually to accept 15 per cent cuts in ssalaries and in passage In the Senate of the Reed bill provid ing the same percentage of reduction In judges salaries Should the 15 per cent principle be applied to all state expenditures the economy program would cut the gov Conllnued on Pajre Sixteen COUNTY C OF C ELECTS DIRECTORS Members of theDelaware County Chamber of Commerce today elecfc 15 members to the directorate to serve for two years The names submitted by the nominating com mittee will have no opposition it is predicted The nominees are George L Als ton William Argyle H S Darlington H H Diament Douglas R Faith William T Galey L Norris Hall j Arthur Hayes William P Lear E A McCadden William R Provost Ralph E Rhodes C Percy Webster E F White and A W Woison Balloting began at 10 a m today arid will close at 4 p m today PLAN BASEBALL LEAGUE A committee was appointed at a meeting of the Triangle Club held last evening In the Y M C A build ing Seventh street and Edgmonfc avenue to make plans for a base ball league Those appointed to make the arrangements are John Gor ham John Harper and James Mewha It Is the intention to have a six team league which will be composed entirely of members of the Triangle Club Topics of Times A large gathering of present and formerresidents of Ridley Park met In the high school auditorium Jasfc evening to pay homage to their fel low citizens Franklin P Lewis and John B Partridge who have each given over 40 consecutive years of faithful and efficient service in pub lic office in 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 stage on which were placed busts of George Washington and of Abraham Lincoln palms and potted plants were seated the guests of honor Burgess L Norris Hall who was master of ceremonies the guest speakers were J H Ward HInkson State Representative Ellwood J Turner Rev Dr William T Cherry pastor of the Ridley Park Methodist Church of which Mr Lewis is a member the Rev c Walton Mar teneyr pastor of the Ridley Park Bap tist Church of which Mr Partridge is a member Scout Alice Eastlake representing the Ridley Park Girl General Butler predicts women will be flying combat planes in the next war Well if they fly like they driva an automobile their maneuvers will baffle the enemy A county college has banned auto mobile parking on the campus Just a gentle rap at companionate car riages An English visitor to Rotary hero said he doesnt understand how our slender women dominate their hus bands Well John slender ones can weep just as well as fat ones A speaker addressing students here told them to forge ahead Evidently he forgot what happened blacksmiths Jerry Mercandanfce wants our opinion of a good barber Well we would say one who is baldheaded and can sell hair tonic to his customers A Philadelphia gunner who was hunting birds in Essington shot a cow Maybe he hated to return home and tell his friends he shot nothing A man in Darby cranked a csr and it ran over him Undoubtedly that Isnt the way he wanted it to start A writer predicts that the next big war will not last more than week At that rate well have no use for those dollarayear heroes Next to a robins song theres no surer harbinger of spring than a dirtyfaced kid with cracked knuckles bulging pockets and a nicked glassie The W Continued on Eight WASHINGTON Feb UP Forecast for tonight and Friday Eastern Pennsylvania Fair slightly colder in west and north portions to nijrht Friday partly cloudy Western Pennsylvania Partly cloudy sligrhtly colder tonlghtj Fri day fair New Jersey Fair tonight and Fri day not much changre Jn tempera ture TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m40 xi a m54 7 a m44 Noon 8 a m43 1 pjm57 9 am48 2 pm58 10 a m 50 ;

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