Chester Times, February 27, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania OS'LY AVERAGE NKT I’ NII* C IRCULATION I OR SIV MONTHS ENDING SEI’I I MBER 20,1 OS FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH VEAR—NO. 17.527. Lf -cl AV e F'T'ort* f United Pres* (ITI e.nd International New* Serries -INS > CHESTER. LA. MONDAY. FEBRE'Ain 27. 193H TWENTY PAGES MITCHELL (II T AS N. V. BANH CHIEF: BAKER RESIGNS Directors of the National City, .Meetinir Early, Ac* copt Resignation Direct Repercussion of Senate Hearings; Per* kins Is Successor NEW YORK. Feb, 27 -< INS* —Hugh P. Raker, president of thp National Oily Company, resigned today. Baker's resignation was announced shortly after James H. Perkins had been chosen as the successor of Charles E. Mitchell, who resigned last. night as chairman of the National City Bank of New York, the .second largest bank in the world. Baker s resignation was announced at virtually the moment when Baker resumed the witness stand before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency in Washington today. The announcement was made at the weekly meeting of the National City. Company. The National City Company is one of the affiliates of the National City Bank. NEW YORK. Fob. 27—(UP> Directors of the powerful National City Bank, meeting hastily early today, accepted the resignation of Charles E. Mitchell, its chairman and direct -ing genius, who made it the second largest bank in the world. By accepting the resignation, the directors allowed Mitchell to sever all connections with the National City Bank. The resignation was a direct repercussion of tile Senate Banking Committee hearings at winch Mitchell made sensational disclosures. Simultaneously James H. Perkins, president of the City Farmers’ Trust Company, was appointed as the new chairman of the National City, replacing Mitchell. Perkins had been elected president ana director of Farmers’ Loan and Trust, on June 16,    chorines    their    oppottunity    o 1921. and was made president of the voice their thoughts when they aureity Bank Farmers’ Trust and a di- muted a questionnaire to ,000 Broad-rector of the National City Bank on waY chorus girls, completion of the merger of the two institutions on June 29, 1929. Perkins, it was announced, assumes his new duties immediately. Today’s session in the great gray granite temple in Wall Street that houses the National City Bank was swift and dramatic. With the session scheduled for 9 a. rn., it was less than ten minutes after 9 when the announcement came from the board room. Brilliant sunshine of the morning touched the peaks of the skyscrapers but had not yet infiltrated the street level of the dark canyon where clerks brokers and bank employes, pouring from the subway entrances, were still hurrying to work. Outwardly there was no sign that, behind the grey CHORINES DON'T THINK HIGHLY OF SHOW BUSINESS THESE DAYS JAPANESE PI SH TOWARD JEUDI; TAKE 3 TOWNS ( Ilionfiriff Next Objortivr. FoHowinff Air Raids on Chinese Linos May Roach Coal Within Week; K o r e i ff n e r s Warned to Quit Vreas MARI IRE GETS JAIL TERM IN LOTTERY CASE Moose I/odffC Man Sentenced to Near After Pleading Guilty Senator Davis’ Trial, on Similar Charge* Postponed I ut ti March G AS CERMAK KIN AWAITED NEWS PEIPING. Fob. 27 'INP Follow. :g up swift, damaging air raids along 'hr entire Chinese defence line Bernard CV McGuire, promote! Japanese troops drove toward Chien- pleaded guilty today to charges of vining today.    elating the Federal, lot terr laws in the Reports from Ch mellow stated    ,,    ,    , Japanese forces commanded bv Major    Moose Lodge case General Miyake, pushing westward    He    was granted    permission,    how•• from captured Chaoyang. had un-    ever.    to withdraw    his    guilty    plea    if freed their banners o'er three more Y ■I ' id. KCW-- r \ I it Chine?e strongholds The Japanese did‘not have easy going, however, and met determined Chinese resistance. According to an uncensored message from Manchukuo. Chun vol-unteers destroyed an iron bridge in the vicinity of Kouoangtze, wrecking a Japanese infantry train and causing considerable casualties " The destruction of the brit. •> tcm-porarily disrupted tile railroad hearing the brunt of the Japanese traffic to the front. This Chinese strategy was countered. however, by heavy Japanese troop movements just north of the great wall designed to create panic at the rear of the Chinese lines Governor Tang Yu-I in reported Japanese planes dropped bombs on the Circuit Court of Appeals revel sos his conviction in the Eagles lot ten trial. I'he Circuit Court now has the ap peal under consideration. Judge Alfred C Cove sentrnerd McGuire to serve a year and a darn Federal Prison, the sentence to run concurrently with the same sentence in the Fag irs rn.se McGuire was to have been re-tried todav with Senator James J Davis. of p nnsvlvnma: Raymond C Walsh and Theodore G Miller. The Inurn ease was the first on the calendal called. Louis Mead Treadwell, ti- prosecutor. then advised the court that McGuire had indicated his desire to plead guilty with the reservation to withdraw the plea. The Judge assented. Postponements until March 6 were PRICE, TWO CENTS COLLINGDALE MAN IS KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE State and County Police Search County for Driver of Death Car Chester Man Suspected of Boing .Motorist Whose Car Injured Officer Willi anxiety written on every face, in em hers of the faruih of Mayor Anton < ermak. of Chn ago. are pictured as they kent vigil outside the Jack son Memorial Hospital. Miami, awaiting houriv bulletins as to the condition of the I v entice Left to right are Mrs Richey Graham, Mr*, f rank dirk a, 'mic.. Helen Henley, daughters, and Mica Vivian Graham, grand-(I aughter. ■€. Tori Eckhart, New York's foremost showgirl NEW YORK. Fob. 27 The show business has learned at last what showgirls think of it. There is nothing flattering about their opinion. A national advertising agency gave rialto disclosed that the remaining 560 chorines who are satisfied with the theatre are exceedingly difficult to find. However, a firm and valiant defender of the profession was discovered in blond and beautiful I-oix Eck- Chihpeng, Chiemping aud I.ingyuan.    Rr;mtrd    m    (he    ease    of    the    other    dc signalizing a General Japanese march    fondants.    Davis,    Walsh    and    Miller. on these points.    The delays weir granted after While the planes dropped their charles H. Tuttle, of counsel for Davis dracuy missiles, Infantrymen fought pleaded he was engaged in a prim snow and the bullets of Chinese i Irjai snipers, occupying Chinese settle- A(' th„ fiame tjmf. lt was ieprnrd menus 40 miles within the Jehol both the government and defense pro'mer border, lins group winch W(,rr awaiting decision of the Circuit originally started from Tungliao. mopped up Chirva.se volunteer as it advanced. Marching southward from Kailu. another column under General Suzuki reported they had entered BRIT.* IN HAETS ARMS TO EAR EAST BAKER AGAIN GALLED IN PROBE A Collingdale motorist was killed by an alleged ’’hit and run ' driver, and a state highway motor potrol-than was seriously injured as the result of being struck by a ear on Chester pike, near High street, Sharon Hill, by an alleged drunken driver. f'he Collingdale motorist, who met instant death was J. H Jordan, 45 years old, of 305 Marshall avenue, in (hat borough. Jordan had made purchases in a nearby store and hart walked out in Sharon avenue, between Andrews and Beechwood axe Hues, to place the groceries in the car on the side opposite Hie curb, when a car proceeding in the sam* direction in which the car vias headed .struck the man and killed him instantly. according to police. Jordan was taken to Taylor Hospital where physicians pronounced nim dead. his head having been crushed. The body was removed to Hie i nor ti ne of Deputy Coroner Horace P. Griffith nt Norwood. The victim, who was a nurseryman occupation, is survived bv his bv widow, a son and daughter. His  .....i    _ ......    j funeral will lake place Wednesday ■    nr    11    \    -    /    >    ii    i    it    afternoon, with services in Trinity Imposes lemporary Em- IN. ». ( ompany Head Re- Episcopal church. Collingdale, in- . _ fit 4-    o    1 torment will be made at Gulph oemc- 811 ITI es I cst minny in Sen- im. Conshohocken Acting on n meager description o After Debate House of < (minions in ate Stocks Quiz LONDON, Feb. 27 -(UP) A tem- WASHINGTON, Feb 27 (UP Continued on Cage Eighteen HI ISRANI) WD WIKE SHOT TO DEATH foreign P< i a. ■ embargo by Great Britain on Hugh B. Baker, president of the Na- the export of arm? to the Ear East tlonal City Company, today resumed ensemble- they should do something more constructive than complain A husband and wife, locked in each was believed here the present other’s embrace, were found shot to ,,    7,7".    death in their room in n small hotel < ontinued on Cage Eighteen SUITING SLOWLY freon, Jr., and his wife. Glades, hoi Ii hart, last season adjudged New Yorks    Hslav.a. which would bring    I hem half foremost showgirl.    wav from the border to    the mn in ’ I was surprised and considerably chinese defense at Chlehfeng. angered by the results of that ques-tionnnaire,” the dancer declared. “It seems to me that showgirls should I    .............. support their own institution with a    -TITTI!!!!!!!*    v*ULZ?ZJT'm"w''" . in the downtown section of Philadel little mon well- call it'patriotism '    AWAI* (TIM! Ak    sJIJIJV    Phui    today. If there is anything wrong with    JI.' I * MV A I, IV JI.VIX    nl-L J    They    were identified as John I the musical stage—from the point of view of the ladies who make up th One of Tree n’s arm a encircled his MIAMI. Fla.. Feb. 27—(UP)— Mayor    wifes body. In the hand of ihr other Anton J. Cermak s gallant fight to    was the gun with which police said live was complicated today by pneu-    he wrote “finis" to their lives, monia, which forced his respiration Attaches of the coroner's office said to the dangerous speed of 40 a min- the tragedy occurred either late Batule.    j    urday night or early Sunday morn- The victim of an assassin's bullet mg. continued in a critical condition at Th.- bodies weir discovered today Jackson Memorial Hospital, where    when Treen's father came to the ho his physicians announced that he had    tel to inquire after the couple. A pillared    facade    of    the    Na    tonal    Citv    not lo#t Krounrf in the last 12 hours,    maid who went to call them noticed the'    greatest    banking    drama" of    the Timely Information Is (’on- Action Demanded Early on rhrv ^fu cd to bandon hope that    a licht burning in th. room, although v    .....    t    *    the Chicago executive would vet over- it was daylight The questionnaires were collected and tabulated a few days ago, and now are made public. To Hie query, “What is your ultimate ambition?" 92 per cent, of the dancing ladies replied, “To get out of this bum racket!" In other words, of America's 7000 foremost .showgirls. 6610 believe that the show business leave.* a great deal to be desired. was announced in the House of his testimony before the Commons today by Sir John simon, stork Market Committee. Sir JohJTsa.d that pending inter-' ( halles E M*'<*he!l, who resigned nation; I consultation.-- Britain would from ,ho chairmanship of the Na-not, allow further shipments of arms Bona] City Bank after revelations be- ftirnished police of the death car. the authorities yesterday scoured the county in an effort to locate its owner. The car was described bv police as Of (he coupe type, dark in color, with Senate red wheels and a tire cover for the spare tire painted half white The fender on the ear was broken, as was also the front of a cowl light to the Far East. “Under no eireimistaures will the government allow Britain lo become a party to the dispute,” Hit John warned. fore the committee last week <-af. in the front row of witnesses as the hearing was resumed. Mitchell, who refused to comment Continued on I.ast Page ll AV KR Port I) TAX MIM,AUK RE DIT FO Jai un has taken (lie law Into her nn acceptance of his resignation, was own hands but she has had severe 'rials to put up with, rn that she has Following a lengthy meeting of the. asked if lie would explain the refer- Haverford Township Commissioners. been dealing with a neighbor with Mire in his letter of resignation to Saturday, a reduction of one-quarter Private inquiry along New Yorks about it, Miss Eckhart believes COUNTY’S ASSETS PA. LEGISLATURE ARE $7,103,314 RETURNS TONIGHT whom it den!," he menl has task, but Is. extreme]- difficult to .aid "The British govern--aid conciliation is Hie fir t if ii unhappy tails, we Vie of the Lytton decade was being enacted. Names of those present at Hic meeting were not immediately announced. but directors who had been expected to aet on Mitchell’s letter of resignation included Floyd Carlisle, Continued on Page Eighteen WILLIAMS SENTENCED TO LIFE IN FRISON tairted in Annual Report of Cont roller must take t Hr report ” A spoke;,rr.no for the I,.bor party Continued on Page I ighteen NAME KRANKER KOR KO. PRISON HOAK!) The C'omiU Commis toners, af .McClure* Repeal ( on von- come    the effect? of a bullet which The elder Tpw-n helped to hat'- .....    was    fired at President-elect Rouse-    down the door The    bodies    lax lion    Rill    veil,    but they admitted his chances    .sprawled on the flow were    diminished by the complications. Hotel attaches said the    couple    had meeting held at Media this morning HARRISBURG Fob °7 (INS' Dr. Karl Meyer emerged from the lived there about five weeks. They ’    ..    ‘    sick room, and said: Legislators returned to Harrisburg to- -Yesterday I had all the hope In In the annual report of James T Stewart, County Com roller, recently completed, total assets of the county day with the problems of Prohibition the world Today, are listed in the sum of *7 103.314. repeal and Blue Law modification still hope is lessened contrasted with total liabilities of $6 - reared in the foreground 926.716. The report shows that there of course, our were known to have been happy and untroubled by employes of the hotel Meyer explained that the jump to Or ga nVzarion" Ye a der**,'* i t is under-'40 ln respiration was due to the pneu- stood, plan to clear up these questions monte area in the right lung, near A1 \ N MISSING TUR EE DAYS RET! RNS HOME Harold E. Williams, former Bucks county farmer, today was sentenced to life imprisonment for complicity with his sister, Mrs. Clara Grace are bonds outstanding to the amount ' ja’_ as possible this week so the where the bullet penetrated, forcing a heavier load on the remainder of the of $7,039,000, against, which there is a Assembly my give undivided atten sinking fund re prve of $176,998. One of the largest items listed Prophet, of Philadelphia, in the slay- under assets is made up of unpaid tion to unemployment relief, economy luup*- bills and the Commonwealth’s bud- , j indicates that more work is being thrown on the balance of the "This balances the get generally mg of her husband, William. Judge Otto R. Heiligman pronounced sentence for the court en banc, before whom Williams recently entered a plea of guilty. Williams, twice sentenced to die in the electric chair, was granted a thtrd trial and subsequently entered his plea. His sister is serving a life Clifton‘"Height term for her part in the slaying Immediately demanding action is    Vl    !(i •gislation providing for a Const nu- non - Piru’Iona i v consolidated taxes, on which there is due the legislation providing ...... .......... county $743,040. in addition to $266.- t tonal Convention to act upon the 648 due in taxes of the poor district. Congressional Repeal resolution. Thus Among the assets is an item of $12.-    Senator    John    J Cermak was given liquid broth to day and pin :<o*n? indicated that tin tfiurnshin for work- on Hichwav Route bill making provisions for the COH'en- "orn flo-u* RUr,'*'h ’    k*    J township,    for work on Highway Route    oui making provisions No 516.    Another item claims that    ti°n machinery. $7,362 is    due from the borough of The decision made    at    Washington for work on ap-    to place the fate    of    Prohibition J    A C    K S O N    MEMORIAL    HOSPITAL.    Miami,    Fla., Feb    27    ‘INR. proaches to Bridge No. 72. It is the squarely up to t lie states has removed    "hutC prnLM^xsn-cl^ruVe" Sa njr- Prophet    was    shot.    to    death    in    the    mtrnlinn of    th, r0untv.    it Is said.    to    the    cause    for    hesitancy    in    the    A    -    ^av’’ it    wa*/safd    todav bv    Dr Waiter bedroom    of    hi*    home.    An    attempt    procepd for    thr    collection of    both    sembly    and    it    is expected the    McClure    '    V*'    nf "    t#ri wax mart r to rh tm I lite the slaving sn ii _____ i_ ,u.____hill non’ trill have I n rio fnr •nn/iral    Man Urg I,    IU    .go.    HO    (I heart specialist The physician said was made to disguise the slaying s° ! these items in the near future.    bill now will have to vie for surviv* that It would appear Prophet had The report shows as it did a year with other measures calling for a sct- been shot by a burglar.    ago, that the account of Hugh B Judge Heiligman specified that the Hayes, former County Treasurer, v sentence be served in solitary con-    _ finement and at hnrd labor in the Eastern Penitentiary, STYS MW STABBED HER Katherine Holmes. Negro, of 1114 Edwards street, was treated at the Chester Hospital. Saturday, for slab wounds In the left arm and shoulder. The woman told police she was attacked bv a Joseph Green. Necrro, of Flower Hill. A warrant for the arrest of Green " ill be issued. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY I Bv United I’resx) Continued on F’agc Eight BORAH RAIS I\ S. FOR USURPATION WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 -<INS' — Tile federal government, through the R. F. C. is slowly taking over railroads, insurance companies and banks, Senator Borah 1R > of Idaho, told the Senate todav during debate on the Hull-Walcott bill to se? aside up of delegate* to the convention While Prohibitionists have not been outspoken and have not submitted Continued on Page Eighteen FOLK E SEEK WOM W WHO STOLE A DRESS The proprietor of a dress shop at 22 North Plum street, Media, reported to police of that borough. Saturday afternoon, that a woman shoplifter had visited the establishment and had stolen an expensive dress. Miss Elsie Butterwort!), a saleswoman employed in the store, told thr $500,000,000 for    rescuing mortgaged police she was in a room in the rear farms    and small    homes    of the store when a .shabbily dressed the steady climb In the mayor’s res piration was “alarming" and “dangerous”. The mayor, he added, is breathing in gasps" mid the oxygen tent "is not accomplishing its purpose". DESPONDENT MAN LEAFS TO HIS DEATH Unsuccessful in his quel for employment. Charles Crawford. 22, of Clifton Heights, Delaware county, today leaped from the eleventh floor window of a downtown office building in Philadelphia and met almost instant death. Shortly before, Crawford had been refused his old job by officials of a Joseph P Delaney, 35, of 183 West Plumstead avenue, Lansdowne, reported missing Friday, returned home last night recovering from an attack of amnesia, Mrs. IF Jitney s.-. id area of toda> Delaney said he was unable to re member anything until yesterday when lie suddenly found himself In Washington. He telephoned his wife Member; nt his family went to Washington and upon returning to the Ddancy home placed him under rare of a physician Mrs. Delaney said today her bus hand Hpaprentlv had walked lot many miles, His feet were sore ani his shoes scuffed, Delaney, employed by a meat-packing concern, left, hi* truck at Twentieth and Walnut treets Philadelphia and disappeared "public misunderstanding" of torii- mill In the tax rate was voted upon. mony given in the hearing last week. | The reduction. Involving economics No," Mitchell replied. “I don't in township expenses, will result in r want to ay anything about I ha* ac saving of between $7000 and Ion; n this hearing is going on." Sa report    submitted earlier    in the Asked to comm. .r on Mitchell'*    month by    Horatio G. Lloyd,    township resignation, Chairman Norbeck .said    treasurer,    urged economies of    $51,000 "We are not out for head; w- are    to balance    tile budget. trying to enforce a ii*’! I cr system." i The commissioner.*; adopted a tax Ferdinand Pocola committee colin- rate for 1933 of UL mills, divided el, began questioning Baker about into 6 mills for general purpose;* efforts of the executive officers of tile and 5L mills for interest and sink-Na'ional city Company to determine mK fund payments. Thu. was of -the value of foreign bonds brinie fetted bv drastically curtailing grn-11 it v were Issued lo Mu* public. His era! expenses. quest ions were designed to lend up to The tax rate for genera! purposes named Albert H Granger, regional tile appearance of Victor Srhoepprrle. was lowered one null, while that for vice president of the Philadelphia vice-president of (lie City Company, interest nnd sinking fund was Electric Company, and pr< idem of who was in charge of operations in actually increased three-quarters of the Delaware County Chamber of South American bond'    I* mill. in order to insure payment Commerce, as the officials choice for Maker told Senator Omens Re- of these obligation*, which had been member of Hie Board of County publican, Michigan. that South slighted in recent years in favor Prison Director , to succeed O Edwin American bonds issued by the com- of the general cxpnn.se fund, ar-Hunter, county eommi? Moiler, w hose pa ny which now are iii default were cording to Mr Lloyd* report, pre term    as    prison director    expires    to-    securities of Peru. Chile, and th"* morrow.    The commissioners also    re-    state of Mina* Genies, in Brazil. He named Alfred J. Crawford, of Darby, said certain La ii taro nitrate bond* were in default, also. That company is located in Chile Baker said that Ronald Byrne* find been associated with Schoepperle in the foreign bonds department, but had resigned Pecora returned to the 4 i)i* 4    flu u » i    V*    'SHn(% of Mflrrh h 1('27- * ,ofnl of 1,5 * H)K A REA    MIDA    I    ooo.ooo of seven per cent, Peruvian gold bond* commonly known as a 'tobacco loan" Baker s»id J nnd W Seligman A- Co, were the managers at, that issue, "We had an original position of $3 -000,000 but we increased that, to $5,-(.00 OOO," Baker said 'I he appoint nu n " ill be considered 1^' the court the afternoon rind In all probability the selection* will receive official confirmation. FAIR WEATHER in pared for him by Ford, Bacon A: i Davis. A budget of $413,682 wns adopted by the commissioners. This compare, with a budget of $462,259 adopted for 1932 The principal savings will be In the police and iiighwa' department* and in a general reduction of salaries. I I It I 'Si It V Ii UAM I WASHINGTON, Feb 27 'INK Ti a? iv balance as of February 24 $267 ;J;9.260 67; expenditures. $6,394 *    Customs    receipts,    $14,086,- 677.09 Fair ii* the forecast fur today Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland It will be a-Tea nor iv (loud 'omorrov with 'lowly rising temperature, followed bv rain at night. The highest temperature bere yesterday "'ax 40 degrees, ft! 12 IO a pre. and the lowest was 31, at 7 30 p rn. Th# average of 36 was < xactlv normal 'file highest temperature ever recorded here on February 26 was 69. in 1890, and the lowest was ii, in 1928 Sunrise today wax at 6 38 a, in and unset will be at 5 50 p. rn , Eh,stern Standard time. Topics of I im cs Wet* who are hoping for early action on the convention bill are hoping that in the case 13 will not be the unlucky number. PAMMX K PH CK I I MINGS Padlock proccduigs ha-‘ been tarted a* Media bv District Attorney Villi a rn -I Mari'n J; a ains* Anthony Lichelti, aud his wife Eliza-bf I, cf KprnieM* d township. i h< petition to the coon aver*; ?ha' liquor was sold a ria Lifhetti pin ' on Bait inane pi! - ai drum Creek, iii October Tri! and at other time,* THE JEHOL DRIVE IE IT WERE IN U. S. AT HIALEAH PIRK I— None.I I—Curling. .1— I None. I I—Idle Stefan. 3— i None. i a— i None. i 7—Lady Dean "e Dun It. < hnko-lovkee, I,adv Mar^ch. Englewood. Weather, clear; track, fast. AT HAVANA I — (None.) J— None.) I—Pendulum, Dr. Melendez. Singlcam. Fair Brand, Gayly Boy, Voltes!*. I—Loyola. Brown Mole, Sun Dance, Nelson. Hard Rock, Damocles, *,— I None I ♦>—Rubridge. Mr. \eMris, Elim. Patrick Callahan 7—Miracle, Gahrielle 'southern ( loud. Fair Atina. ''eathrr. clear; track, G«t AT FAIR GRO! Nils 1— None.) 2—- None.) I—* None.) I—Last Bid, sunn* I- I 5— None.) i-— i None, i 7—Uncle si. -Batty, ILitola, LH* Menifee • I’pp* Lad Weather, clear; Iradt, fait. several months ago Police said he had been an inmate of the Norristown State Hospital at one time ii ms aim Milan nome*    oi    inc slot '- when a shabbily dressed    ’    " “I don’t know if under this bill woman, about 35 years old, entered company^by which he was cr*ployed the government will take over the the place and bogan to make an in-    ’ farms," said Borah, "but I do know ‘portion of the merchandise. She re-the government already is taking mained in the store only a few minever railroads and .insurance com- | utes after Miss Butterwort)! had re-panies and we're on our way to tak- entered the store from a rear room, ing over the banks. If we keep on taking the garment with her. The Powell make the Soviet government lice began ? search for the woman ashamed of itself."    but    were unable to locate her. Times Cooking School Sessions Begin Tomorrow FRISON BREAK IN (ALIF FAILS FOLSOM PRISON. Cal., Fob 27 UP) An attempted break a? Folsom prison wax frustrated today after on® prisoner died a suicide rather than Hibmit to capture and another surrendered Promptly at I 45 o'clock tomorrow afternoon the doors of the Masonic Temple, at Ninth and Welsh streets will open to the early arrivals at the fifth annual cooking and homemakers' school, to be sponsored by the Chester Times, Mrs. Katherine Delaney, of the DeBoth Homemakers’ Schools, nationally known lecturer and economist, who will preside ar the sessions, has asked that all who are planning to attend will arrne promptly, so that no time may be lost from a program full of interest for the housewife. Those who have attended the school in past years know from experience that much interest awaits them. To those who plan to attend for the first time Jet it be said tha? there will be • '.thing ordinary or tiresome Mr*. D-1- net po? or Iv rh mon rates and cooks, she entertains. This is done , so delightfully, that the afternoon? are ail too brief for ?ho;e who wateh her deft fingers and hear her helpful comment* Every move that Mrs. Delaney makes is so clearly explained that any woman, who has the same ingredients, can achieve the same results. All she needs to do. is to watch and listen closely and follow- directions carefully. Through the ro-opcrarion of rim business men of the city, the max! modern and efficient appliances for the lightening of routine household tasks will be shown, and their working demonstrated. The freshest and beat foods meats, vegetables and fruits, as well as the ingredients for prepared dishes will be transformed into well-balanced and nourishing meals, in a way that ai' may imitate Continued on 1'age I en Women Canvassers In Research Work f or Advertiser Last week, there were various re -pot” made !o the Chester Times concerning the visits to homer in this city and vicinity of two women who asked housewives various questions concerning the Chester Times The Times then stated that the women were no* associated with this office U was learned that the two women arc engaged in research work for a national advertiser and were merely endeavoring to discover the interest, shown by Times readers in the product, of their employer, and were no* associated in any wav wi’h ?hc Chester Times c elf Most Income taxpayers are shell. mg over without faying a word. Its (u t as well, conridermg what the word would be if they said it. Mike Maainni.s says the man who the depression hasn’t struck is the fellow who can .strike a match on rile sole of hi/ aho* a without tearing his socks A fish caught off Vancouver was found to contain railroad silver. But just constrict the poor suckers w*ho have found whole railroads on their hands, Phalluu Filii Scott former British heavyweight pug, has be**! named physical Instructor for Egyptian col''- He should know a lot about, exercise* from the prone position. Score; nowaday don't know where til • iv <t months rent is coming from Anti that do* sn t exclude landlords, either. We havent hoard how Fd Noth-iis. le bill about mimical art fared, bu we have a hunch theres a trick connected with it. ?-outcone uy csts that nil traffic light* in th** city should be put lit -nod working ordet inside of a week, We know it can't be done, but thi» paragraph is good to fill space. Last Elida' was the clearest and warmest riav of the year When we ct either a c. a ta warm day on Saturday or Sunday it will bt' news. J lie Weather As triumphant lapanese troops drive *vufth into .I * ii I prnvinte, the v ope of the unlit,u\ operation la well shown bv the above map, in whnh the Japanese Islands in their relation lo Jehol and the whole of Manchuria is superimposed on the map of the I nited Stales. It Iv av if U. s. troops we e to start from Jacksonville (Toluol, sad lo Houston (Korea travel to southeastern New .Mexico and fight on a battle front that stretches from there north almost to the Colorado border. Jsituhar. scene of last vrar's lighting in Manchukuo, would he west of Omaha lite territorv of the new Manchukuan state plus Jehol is an area Unit would include all of south Da kola. Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and substantial part* of N rib Dakota Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexieo, Texas, Missouri and Iowa. Peiping, capital of Nationalist ( luna, is close b the Jehol front, corresponding relatively lo Ll Paso, Texas, WASHINGTON let* IT —(UP) — I ores ast for (on lilt and Tuesday: l a tern Pennsylvania; t air tonight) Tuesday fair. slowly i ring temperature. Western Prnnsv Iv anta lair tonight; Tuesday partly cloudy, st* wlv i (sing temperature New Jersey: Tair tonight and Ides dav ; not much change in temperature. POD AY S I EMTER.ATI HES 6 a. rn 7 a, m. 8 a. rn n $ m IO a. rn. 3*3 ll a rn. 4 2 Noon 36 I p rn, 14 3 p. tv, aq ;

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