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Publication: Chester Times February 24, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 24, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania E?A!LY AVERAGE .\f;t iwm circulation FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,1 OS FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17,525. Dailr Leased Wire Report* ot United Pre * <UP> and Internationa Neva Se:', ire .INS' ( HESTER, PA.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY LM. IPF TWENTY PAGES PRICE, TWO CENTS ROOSEVELT SEES FARLEY TODAY ON JOB LIST LINEUP / Settles Down for Conferences With N. Y. National Chairman N ames Douglas,Old Friend, for Budget Director; Hingham to Loudon A GLANCE OF BEAUTY \ MINUTE NEWS ALBANY. Fob. 24— (UP' — President-elect Roosevelt, who has ignored political and geographical factors to an unusual degree in selecting his cabinet, is ready now to recognize the practical requirements inherent in the dispensing of patronage. He settled down today for the first of a series of conferences with James A Farley, National Democratic chairman and as such, chief patronage dispenser. at which the awards of plums of loyal party workers will be decided. Commission chairmanships, positions in the “little cabinet” of assistants to cabinet members, and important post masterships will be discussed in the conferences. The President-elect had a patronage list of his own, and Farley had one laboriously prepared after his meetings with political leaders in Miami while Mr. Roosevelt was yachting. The two men, long associated in New York politics, set out to reconcile the tw'o lists. It was reported authoritatively that the eatainet line-up which came from Washington 48 hours ago. and which included the names of Daniel Roper. eS»South Carolina, for Secretary of Commerce and Harold Ickes, of Chi- ! cago, for Secretary of Interior, was authentic. This list, which also included the name of George H Dem. former Governor, of Utah, for Secretary of War. ™ov ..... .    .    .    . a -’lection c onfirmed at Hyde Park shr might still be typing letters in a it all street office—or teaching school, as by Mr. Roosevelt yesterday* will re- her parents wished    "    1    '    "    ’    * (cive the official approval of HG PE ABANDONED FOR MAYOR CERMAK —-V- .— MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 24 -(INS)—All hope has been abandoned for recovery of Mayor Anton J. Cermak, of Chicago, his son-in-law, Dr. F>*^nk Jirka, admitted this afternoon. is only a matter of time,” “Only pi miracle could save TAKES TURN FOR WORSE “Death Jirka said. hi im. POLICE PPOOL FELLS DEATH la vans Think Him a Suicide, Hut Aid Berfunc-tory Investigation SOLO, Jara. Feb. 24 -(UP)- Police NEW OFFICE BLDG. IN CENTRAL ZONE Former Chester T imps Structure Being Remodeled: Read} Ala} I JAPANESE QUIT SI Envoys Walk Out, Saying They Will Not Return to Co-operate B o d y Adopts R e p o r I Against Tokio, 42 to I, on Manchuria Issue Mayor Cpi malt, of ( HU ago. shot la I «rck in Miami I la , bv an anim! ay was na using his . She is Rv(* fret six inches tall, weighs 115 pounds, has the auburn hair and green eyes Presidpnt-elect within the week. it. was believed. In announcing the .selection of Dem, Mr. Roosevelt also added that he had picked Congressman Lewis Douglas, of Arizona, an “old friend.” for budget director. He regards Continued on Page Eleven HELD IN HEAVY HAU, FOH TRIAL MORE BANK DEALS CERMAK LOSAK Work was started yesterday by began an investigation todav of the    Contractor William IL Provost- upon I    w ho tried to    kid    President-elect Ronsrvr lf, no! mrDrisinc    lovely    Irony    Ware    is    vhou'drnn: lo lh-    front in    the    poeMbility OI murder rn (he rf. .uh of    Hie work of remntlrlina lire former    «Hemiin|i plivvlel.n. drave eon,em. Hi. heart vhmred    some si*", of   re Is    Bm    if    her aum    hadn    I    enlerid    her    "ho,"    in a    heaul, ennlrvl.    John ll Cli pm,morn-    rn    Che.Mr, Time* ......cl,,., a, tm Mar    durln*    the ms,it and    I,    (eared pneumonia may devein*, New York and Philadelphia, who was    ket street, into a modern offfee struc- found    dead in    a    hotel room here j ture. It is expected the reeomtruc- with a    table    knife    through his heart    finn work will be    completed lr    time It was understood the investigation    to permit occupancy by tenants on was largely routine and police be-    or about May I lievcd    Fell'    died    a    suicide.    He    was j Exclusive of the tonner business understood    to    have    remarked shortly    office of the Times, located on the before his death that he intended to first floor Market street front, there remain in Java until he died.    will be six generously spaced offices    t    # Mrs.    Fell,    tile    only witness in her    on the first floor    There will be    three    Head    of N.    Y.    Company    Faitlil\ Visits    DviOg    \    10- l.usband’s death, was still distraught, entrances to the offices of the re-    ,    .*    ,    .    ^ _    modeled building    one at city    nan:    Quizzed on    I Alans,    in    tim    of Gunshot;    Oxygen Plaza, another at 5-7 West Fifth BROTHERS FACE SERIOUS CHARGE BAIL IS FIXED IN SPEAR BARFOAT EARING FIGHT FOR LIFE TTP Held as Suspects in ( on- Wealth} Alan Regains His nection With Recent Highway Robbery Liberty Rending Lunacy C ommission’s Report Arraigned on charges of suspicion    James Spear, Jr., 55, well-known general sessions court, 0f highway robbery. John Chandler,    sP°vrt3lTa1.1'    \    held under earing tills morning bp- „7    *    h,    hrnfhpr    william    r    $ri000    bai1 by JudRP W RoRrr Fronf>- Jchn F’ Linn, of the *    brother,    \vilham    L.    field,    yesterday,    to    keep    the    peace    and Tyvo young men, residents of this county, were held in $10,000 bail each for trial in following a heat fore Judge Jcl... -       --    —    .    .    -    . Municipal Court, in Wilmington. Del, Chandler, 25, whose address is re- appear when wanted, pending the de-They are charged with robbing sev- corded as Rockland, Del, were IMd cis ion of a lunacy commission which oral' gasoline filling    stations in    and    for investigation    when given a pre-    taat    WP°k rrS-u    Wilmington.    liminary hearing    in police    court    to-    onL.,.    son    'of’    'ho    founder    of The    men, Melvin    Simpson, 22,    of    rlav    B    Speai,    the    son    of    the    lounder    of a . . ,    „ .    ,    „ Philadelphia .stove manufacturing Both were arrested by Patrolman company, was left a fortune, estimated years from Mrs Elizabeth Ehiler. of this a“v‘,w*v    n    •    1 “•    w«»««    n"    ago. when his parents died. Since city which they used for the purpose ,    comnanv    no^    lhen hr has llvrd :llonr 111 8 lnrR8 of'spotting places they robbed later J1' ^    FuJhfJi from rn house in Wallingford, and has figured ............ as the two who    alighted    from    hi,    in (ho nfMVS    , r>Veral    times because of trolley car at Seventeenth street and marital difficulties Ridley avenue, the preceding night. He> was arrested on February 17, about the time a woman resident of by State police, when members of the Woodlyn and her daughter were held faculty of the Fondle Hill School, a i up and robbed.    Friend’s institution located near The victim of the gunmen was a Spear’s home, complained that hp sat Mrs. Sikes. 241 Grant avenue, who in his kitchen and fired shots at th* reported the robbery to local police, school building. On several occasions. .She said the men took her pocketbook, they testified yesterday, bullets barely which contained some change. Tile missed students in the classrooms. Fixer avenue, and Herbert Keiper, 27. of Valleyview avenue. Springfield, are    BV‘elYth ’ anA* Welsh l*trrr7«‘ company, was left a fortune, est hav* ?<*!«■ - -Homobilr    *•««<*    tJrtfwhSw    !‘«"52. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv United Press) AT AGI A CALIENTE street and the tilt rd leading from City Hall Place. The deep basement is being remodeled, with two rn-trances, one from Fifth street and tile other from Cill' Mall Place TWO large spaces are available here for a barber shop and restaurant or Kindred businesses On the second floor there will be eight offices, running through tin- ('litire length of the building from Market street to Fifth ar cl City Hall Place Provision ha* Probe of Slocks Tanks Ready WASHINGTON. Feb 21 'UP)    JACKSON MEMORIAL HOS- Thr National City Bank of Ne-    York    pi TAL. MIAMI Fir*. Feb.    I    (INS) was shown today in Hie Senate    stork    » market investigation to have ad)    ,m-d    '    -'neoned    and    deco!).,-    *d    group millions of dolla* a to Ne    v    York    brok-    of physician*,    rein    c?,    md    friends ens to fin,'ii'1’ operations Of the Na-    bv    here Irwin' while Anton J. lienal    ( ity Company in    stock of tin    or milk    waged a    \aliant but    ap- bank    .    . ,    ,    ,    ... The    revelation brought    from    Ben*    P-lmi i.s    losing    figh    .    for    lite. a tor Brook Ila it, I rn,rn., Iowa.    the    F    colin*    still    causing    him <\Ub ''T/1    *. P a;s s (■ ngr r c I e va tor    charge that the bank was trading in comfort and distress, his heart art ion lf is ixpectfd a ding ct shoe store jtJ, fnvn gtock.    causing hts doctors grave anxiety and will occupy the fir-' floor front •-1 know nothing about It,” replied Hic threat of pneumonia rn tim bark- formerly the limes business office Modern equipment and materials will b I—Anrelot. Tassajara, Chica, Reckoned, Cipo Holiday. 7—Kilty Kop, Agnes P, banty Boy, John R. Fell, well-known Philadrl- hing about it,** replied Hugh B Baker, president of the Na- ground, his physician- this morning tionnl City Company, who was test!- issued a bulletin lightly more optimistic tlian the curly morning dinand Pecora, committee roun- j statement that the mayor probably -se!, .‘aid the, Richard Whitney, presl- has "but one chanco in ten* to redout of the New York Stock Ex- cover, change, had been released on sub- One by one tho members of the poena until Monday. The committee family were taken into the Mayor’s then will return after an interval of sickroom where he has lain since he months to alleged manipulation of was shot down a week ago Wednesday stock on the exchange.    night by tile assai,sin wdio sought to Pecora, questioning Baker, moved kill President-elect Roosevelt, of Mr. and Mrs    R,    L. Jenkins, of    abruptly from    bon uses to the rom- It wa:-, understood that each    of 6 Blakely street,    is    in the Chester    pany’s National    City Bank stock nota-    them knew that the Mayor’s condition Hospital, receiving treatment for a    Hon. Baker said the company sold    was despaired of and that it might    be eve re laceration    of    the head and    1,300,000 shares    of the bank stock in    their last visit with him rill b~ used in the lemodeling and rVinc he completed structure will br an ’ jvrc Continued on Page Eight ( HIED SERIOUSLY INJURED IN KALI, Betty Jenkins, year-old daughter victims will attempt to identify the William C    kit    n    J    phi*    society    aportiman    and    banket    ,    ’! ;JJ,ad“ pgra£{8, jfrJJ an express wagon ye; today afro- Pecora suspects today.    Spear, filed a writ of habeas corpn who was found dead of knife wounds Another robbery was reported this to gain his client's freedom, and after in a hotel at Solo. Java, where he Miriam IL Irish Peer, Femme Do morning bv John Garvey, foreman the hearing Judge Fronefield fixed had stopped over while on a world It.    on a city construction job, who found the bail at $5000. warning Spear that. tour. Mrs. Fell, his third wife. who UY. V. ‘ VnCr. TTT) ' h r'lu' wn‘* Plum Shot, Pretty Monk. Savoy- a tool house on Melrose avenue broken if any more of hi: escapades reached was formerly Martha Fderton, a bol-    ii'!    2?    I>!    H.‘    . ard. Love Crown, Orrin, Red into and five pairs of rubber books his ear:    the bond would br forfeited |jPS e|r|. M;,s the only witness to his Casino.    missing. Garvey gave pollee the and he would be committed to .tail fjeath. fell was a noted poloist and Flying Ace. Lady Conard, st. bal- name of a boy he suspects of steal- The lunacy corning Ion is expected turf enthusiast Ile wa* a grandson of Anthon' Drexel, founder of the Continued on East Page hanking firm. d whether the I JOO,Odd noon, toppled from the vehicle, .strik- shares of National City Bank stock ing her head against a sidewalk. Continued fin Page Eleven con, Old Hillside, Lampblack, Es kimo. >—Sidney Grant, Durango. f>—J’iute, Torch, Ifehukai, Asgo, Grry-V lock. Silver Bond, On the Job. I ntimate Note, Cordon Bleu. 7—Wizardry, Pat O'Connor, Ebbs, Siracode. Diodoro, Dark Argon, Ray, Chosen Pal, Master Plumber. Weather clear, track fast. ing the boots. RAID CONDUCTED IN I RRER DARBY EXPECT ARREST TO SOLVE ROBBERIES floor, riving, and tfiat she pulled the Ptta and unable to amplify the statement that she saw her husband sink to the is being held there for observation Five-year-old Bobby Latch, 226 Fast Fourth street, had a narrow escape from serious, injuries yesterday afternoon He was playing near a file near hi home and the flames seared hi? right foot He was treated for the bums at the Chester Ho,,- CONTINUED FAIR W EATHER PROMISED Continued on Page Eleven NEEDED REPAIRS ARE REINO MADE TOKIO, Feb. 24 (INS)—Despite opposition of many military leaders, the Japanese government decided today to continue participation in the Geneva Disarmament Conference though the Japanese delegation has withdrawn from the League of Nations assembly. The derision was reached at a conference at the foreign office between representatives of the army and navy. GENEVA, Feb. 24 —(UP) The Japanese delegation to the League of Nations walked out of the league as- embly meeting today after the as- embl.v adopted the report and rec-1 nnimonriulions for settlement of the Manchurian dispute. Japanese Delegate Yusoke Matsuoka told the assembly Japan could no longer co-operate with the league. The assembly vote was 42 to I. with oui' abstention. The United Press correspondent asked Matsuoka lf the Japanese dele-gfttion’s action In leaving the assembly meant his government's withdrawal from the league. ' We are not coming back,” Mat-suoka answered. Mal uoka later announced the delegation's withdrawal from the league, Hie first step in breaking relations with Geneva. Two years is required to make withdrawal final. Japan will be held responsible for fulfillment of her international obligation* during that time. The Japanese delegation stalked from the hall while a translator interpreted Matsuoka’s speech. In the galleries some ? pectators hissed, while others applauded. Matsuoka, usually typifying the : placid Oriental diplomat, was nervous before he began his speech, and abandoned the text before he finished. He j shouted from the rostrum: | "Japan will oppose any attempt at international control of Manchuria. It does not. mean that we defy you, because Manchuria belongs to us by right. "Read your history, We recovered Manurhuria from Russe. We made J it what, it, i* today.” j He referred to Russia, as well as J China, as a cause for deep and anx-*ous concern" for Japan. “We look into the gloom of th* ! future and ran see no certain gleam of light before us," Matsuoka de-' dared. Hr reiterated that Manchuria was a 'matter of life and death ior .lapin land that no concession or compromise j was possible, saying: “Japan has been Continued on Page Thirteen CAS EXCLUSION ENTOMBS .MINERS LINCOLN. Ind , Feb. 24 -(INS) -A terrific gas and dust explosion torii. wrecked the Herring No, ft coal mine six miles south of here and entombed two miners who were believed to have been killed instantly. The victims were Matthew War-drope, 44, and John Robertson, 55. Fire followed the explosion. Rescue crews from the Terre Haute mine re?,cue station succeeded in putting out the flames and entered the mine to search for th* bodies. I . S. I RE YSI RI BALANCE AT HIALEAH TXRH I — (None). "—Lady Merman. 3—Grantor. Hecla, Mammy’s Girl, Polisher. Prince AII, Gracias. ti—Red Run. 5—* None). f—I None). 7—, None I, . Weather, clear; track, fast. AT HAVANA State police and federal agents last night raided an establishment in the 7000 block Garrett road. Upper Darby. ,    ..    .    ,    .     . where they seized a quantity of liquor deadon boiough. and two slot machines    ba7 cleared up six dr They arrested John Madden, of the DP,Ilrs m Delaware count, 7200 block Guilford road. Upper D    fSUv    Ai- Darby, and Robert NJ. Clendcnning lOiman Hair Allen, o, 5 rad. State Police of the Media barracks. co-operating with the police believe they na store rob- er ^    radon of Bywood. Madden *\vas arraigned latP °,n fhr nlfb' °[ February 16 tori&d r7cv”r rr    b and held In th, sum of S50d bal, tor Albert Layton, 54 of 214 Welsh street, ran a knife blad* through his ( ontinued on Page Eleven h^nd    nigh? the Chester Hospital where the wound was given proper treatment Layton was carving meat when the knife sfjppid and pierced th* fleshy part, of hr. left hand. knife from his breast A guest at RF PRE SI. VI ED < HFSI ER Employes of the roadway maintenance department of th* Southern „ ,    I    Pi nnsylvania Traction Company, are Fair weather is pr< dieted again repairing w’orn plares in tile asphalt h'da.V in Eastern Penn:-vlvania. New paving bet we*‘ii the rails of the Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, various trolley lines throughout the I bde will b* increasing cloudiness city The work was started st the tomorrow, probably followed bv lain northern end of Providence avenue at night.    !    and is being brought down through I he highest t empera ture here yes- the central business section on Mar-terday wa* 6.1 degree' at 2 50 p rn . street and Kdgmqnt avenue. The WASHINGTON, Feb 24 — (INS) -Treasury balance as of February 21, $288,710 699 84; expenditures, $8,661-084 94; customs reretpts. $12 489.649 47. -Dr Melende*. .(None I. -I None), the grand jury on the gambling    T    10 rharge. and also $500 bat! for the Federal Court on th* liquor charge Clendenning was taken to Philadelphia, where he will lie arraigned before Commissioner Patterson, in th* Federal Building, on the charge of illegal possession of liquor. The police say the place was a South Fifty-second street, Philadelphia, his companions making their getaway Since his arrest, Miner ha- been interrogated by the state police and I a ken to a number of drug stores. which had been the scenes of holdups and the pollee claim he ha; In celebration of Washington's birthday, representatives of Chester Lodge. No 263, I O. O. F., attended the annual reunion which was held Wednesday a* the Orphans' Home, ip a nu Germantown. Delegates from the nun }. local lodge who attended included br. w;»i Thomas Keare aud William T Pow- brough den and a number of member* of I,adv Evalina Porter Lodge and Camilla Lodge, Daughters of Rebekah, of this city. water M mg hour a fugitj\ Ma.’-'.tell HEED HY POLICE i bonk sd as the Rev. Ben jawline 38, . aid by police to ’d on a $3,000 larceny charge iv, anthorine at. Bridge-was arrested in a room-Philadelphia today on arrant and held for % jMjlice, and th* lowest was 39, at 12 OI a. rn Th* average of 51 was sixteen degrees above normal for the date and nineteen degree* above th* average! limits February 23 last year Maximum temperature for th* date is 75. established rn 1874, and minimum ll. in 1907 Sunrise today was ai 6 11 a m and sunset will be at 5 47 p in Eastern Standard tim** lairs will be carried eastward and st ward from th* central section to include all lines within the city CIRE I E WES HOME A K I ER CHASTISEMENT ST I MSON - ll I Ll. TO MEET WASHINGTON. Feb 24 (UP) ASKS REVIEW OI ( ASE WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 —(INS)— »Nonu>'. O I. O. , U I eamWineMoint and had been' watched confessed to taking part in six mb- Secretary of State Stimson and his Anthon Y p* a reputed lieutenant Hancocks, Billycan, Play I hoke, jambing    Joint    arid    ,had^en    watched    ljerjM ,n Delaware county and    two    auccr.-nr-dr    Senator Cordell    of the Al Capone gang in Chicago, to- 'h'w‘,"n    ior    some    time    a.    a    place    wneie    bet    m Philadelphla    Huh ha vc scheduled a conference for    day petiU',,*d the Supreme Court Tile police, on information given    tomorrow at the Stat* Department    for review of a decision of th* Cir- by Miner, are looking for his    ae-    They expect to review the entire field    cult Court of Appeals upholding an complices, Robert Rickard.v 18.    of    of foreign problems.    order tor h. deportation. thfe 700 block South Fifty-second:__ street, and Louts Phipps, 19, of j Forty-fifth and Sansom streets, Philadelphia. Miner was committed, without bail to the county .lad today, by Magistrate Fred T Cooper, of Media A( Cl 'SED MEN HEED FOR (OI RT Abduction 5—(None). (j—Nelson, Arrogant, Excavation, Precious Ann. James T. 7—Lady Hay, Miuf, Rita Lee. 8—Cloudy Day, Home Shore, t hereon. Weather, clear; track, fast. AT r MR GRO! NDN I—Ruth Carr, Eva S., Wee ( lair, Busy Marie, Dixie L. '—Bill Nora. 3—' None i. I—Miss Kathryn, Flora Canter, Odd Star. 5—Jacquelyn Congi*. Racketeer, Dar-ite, 6—Gambado. Ortavia 7—Bagataway, Knowledge, 8—Bold Robin. Kelso, Beautiful Doll, Titus. *— < Declared off . Weather, clear; track, muddy. place were taken on horse races, but nothing was found in th* building when the raid was conducted last night, connected with this form of gambling G.E, DARLINGTON RITES CONDUCTED Angered because ,;h* was rhdsfised bv her stepmother eartv today, Evelyn Patton 14. of 214 Wood row street, disappeared from home and Is believed to be enroute to th* home of a friend in Phoenixville Pa The stepmother, Mrs. ton. who asked police search for the girl desr as being short and Mot bobbed hair, freckled fac coarse voice When Jurists and Lawyers Speak ANOTHER FALSE ALARM ‘A I ’ Smith Turns Down Job in New Cabinet—by Proxy John W long and George L Irkrs. hoth of Concord township, were held bv Alderman M P Elliott, of the Ninth Ward, in $500 bail each for court, charged with larceny of a pig-prn from the property of Alexander NaviekIs, of 227 Booth street. . ’h'1    «h'<    'ur' The property, from    which the pen    with    a    light fur collar, is alleged to have    bren taken, Sr n*«r the Bethel-Concord township line, at Brandywine Summit. Na-ickis wax represented bv Attorney Lloyd Goman, and    th* defendants bv John J Stet fief. Sarah Pat-to aid in a I bed Evelyn t with light » and a very ,he Mi home coat trimmed BUSINESS MEN CO-OPERATING at Memorial Service for ,?,.' Dean of County Bar Firemen were given a useless run (.ll I N I III IR ENH 11 1 \ rn today, when someone ALBANY N Y. F*b. 24 UP' urned in a false alarm over the der- Alfred E Smith rejected an offer from Tira! system from Fifth and Welsh president-eject Roosevelt for a cabi- -trer*s. Police and firemen are investigating and belie-.* th*y ha'.* in ner post but hold on' The two saw themselve Tri zed George Bv re Darlington, “dean of formation that may lead to the arrest jaat niBh' at »h* annual dinner of th Women Canvassers “For Chester Times” 'Unknown to Office Reports have been received at the Chester Times that two women have been canvassing the city, asking housewives pertinent questions concerning this newspaper. The Chester Times is employing no women canvassers or agents and when it does credential' will b* provided. fhe American Bar.” was laid a* re" yesterday afternoon in Chester Rural cemetery, with ceremonies as plain and unobtrusive as the life the ve’-cra.i attorney had lived Preceding th* funeral services, the 100-year old lawyer was eulogized by distinguished jurists and attorneys in a special meeting of the Delaware County Bar Association, held in No. I court room, of the court house. Judge Oliver B Dickinson, of the U S District Court, said: “Thus is a notable occasion, not only because the life of George Darlington stretched beyond a century, but for the kind of life it was. In him we ha-e th* last type of man of which he was a representative ' To tho?* who knew him. the ight Continued on rage Ihirteen of th* joker. Jan D'olomat Regrets Action GENEVA Feb 24 'INS'—‘I feel like an ancient Samurai who finds fate has forced him to commit hari-kiri.” This was the statement made to International News Service today by Yosuke Matsuoka, of Japan, a few minutes after he had announced withdrawal of his delegation from th* League of Nations assembly. “Japan does not want to do what. it has Jus) done." h* 'aid But it wa* fa'ed to do so.” Legislative Correspondent. As1-celation. “Foam, Sweet Foam," was the theme, The curtain rises on the front of a New York City cafe Mr Roosevelt,“ in the guise of Uncle Sam, removes a padlock and enters, He finds Al Smith” behind the bar * Will you take a place in my cabinet?” inquires Uncle Sam. “Say secretary of commerce?" Id lake it, lf I was as good as vou at trading.” the bartender replied. “Well." the Roosevelt character retorted, I GARNERED the nomination In another skit, re-enacting th* discharge of a sergeant-at-arms in Washington for an article he wrote in the outlook ‘’Roosevelt” asks “Al. wha* do von think ol Senators taking brioei?’' “Well, I couldn't b ( 'go and no» I • “Smith” replied Al' and Et a nr. L “Smith' began ‘If I had thou ? old pal Al th* ' I would never ic, * 1 1928 So listen old po) high hat; 'It wasn't Hew put you when yr, “I hope you will re you're handing o “That I just coukin ' “Roosevelt’' took up “Although you re alwa out of politic' I put it up to h said was ‘nix* “Like William Jenna rome hack in 36 For you don’t know by* ” In addition to th* and Smith many oth ■‘H,e political figure. cum er. iv any at Chi a n*w outlook mid el dont ever get McAdoo who Ere at, nen. ber when t the pap ?ay goodbye,” the song — -■ saying you're ry and all he Bryan he ll he word good- Pi es,dent -elect j na’ion a1 and attended the 'briates, I ta lf of the ria J fi c r d Ma gist raj* Honan, 0 rot, rt today, were dr charge ' Wff slated as Robert Evans IOO dock on East Thirteen! t, anc Chester Czyzewski, 2ft, WHI Blay Brainincnl Bart in Times rooking School J'rogra rn ] opicsof l imes A local window cleaner fell th* other day. It* hard to figure how anyone could fall for that job, in wintertime. Now that the Wisconsin dairymen* .strike is over, guess many readers , will say there s no use in crying over 1 spiiled milk. A Judge has ruled that It I* all light for a woman to go through lier husband's pockets A sense of fairness, however, should prevent her coming hack to bed and waking him up to complain of Insufficient funds. Several complaints about stray dog* have been heard in police station recently The same complaint has been heard in local dance halls. A fashion note say women will wear moire thus season. With summer coming we hope they wear moire. During the past year a score of men have applied for the job of affinal executioner, Isnt that killing! A sailor who landed in Marcus Hook brought in a case of smallpox But that Isn't the kind of a case the natives look for. Nor that it matters much, but Provident Roosevelt s -hip of state starts out with a Wood in Hull. everal pnlscem n high blood cly printed a i worry about rn here ha1,* died pressure. This is ; advice for some (PPY Lost the 3,000 WASHINGTON Pa, Reb 24 INS'- Heres a yarn vou bridge ta na I Dr. I M Ha/Jett held a perfect, hand last night ail 13 spades He bid seven spades Ed Miller, an opponent, had a hunch". Miller bid seven no-trump Dr. Haslett and his partner set the contract, two tricks, and made a score of 200. Th* spade grand slam would h-*v* netted close to 3 coo points vice of Mi De Bot h Ka! I mc the YI a I inn ooki I lie VV earlier choel program for the Chester Times , - xt Tupsdsv Wednesday and Friday afternoons, and Thursday evening, in 'he auditorium of the Masonic Temple, Ninth and Welsh street,--, ' The health and well hring of the entire family depends chiefly upon ’hr food they eat.'* says Mrs Delanrv. It is not enough to know that food is fresh and of good quality, but it must be properly cooked, to preserve its value aa food, attractively served to tempt the appetite and sufficiently varied to gave the necessary balance " “This year," continues Mrs. Delanev, the dcmonstralions are planned so C untamed un Last Ease WASHINGTON. Feb. ?l—(I P — Forecast tor tonight and Saturdavi Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey I Partly cloudy tonight; saturday, increasing cloudiness and slight)? warmer, probably followed by rain in tat* afternoon or at night. Western Pennsylvania:    increasing cloudiness tonight followed by rain Saturday; not much change in tem pc r.iture, LOPA VS I E M PER AT I RES 6 a. rn. 7 a rn. 8 a rn. 9 8 rn 10 a. rn 43 ll a. m. 43 Noon .. 42 1 p rn. 43 2 p m 51 54 5ft 58 69 ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: February 24, 1933

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