Chester Times, March 3, 1933

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March 03, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET IWM) CIRCULATION KOR SIV MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,103 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,531. Dai I **‘Pd VV;rf Hero-ts cif United Pre-' (UP) end International News Service (INS) ( HESTER, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1033 TWENTY PAGES ROOSEVELT IN CONFERENCE ON BANKING ISSUE President-elect Studies Situation With Congress Leaders ON TO WASHINGTON AND THE PRESIDENCY 5 D Urges Postal Banks to Accept Checking; Ready for Inaugural | Official Program For the Inaugural j WASHINGTON. March 3—'INS) —The program lor Saturday's inaugural ceremonies follows; 11.00 a, rn. — President - elect Roosevelt arrives at White House. 11.05 a. rn.—President Hoover, President-elect Roosevelt, Mrs. Hoover, Mrs. Roosevelt and official party drive to capitol. 12.00 noon—Vice-President Garner sworn in—Senate chamber. 12.50 p. rn.—-President Roosevelt -worn in and delivers inaugural address—Capitol Plaza. 1.05 p. rn.—President Roosevelt completes inaugural address. 1.15 p. m.—President Roosevelt and parade leave capitol. 1.35 p. rn.—President Roosevelt and Mrs. Rosoevelt at luncheon. 2.30 p. rn—Review of parade by President Roosevelt from Court of Honor begins. 5.00 p. rn.—President Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt entertain 1.500 guests at tea. 8.00 p. rn. -President Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt, entertain 60 persons at dinner. 8.00 p. rn. to O OO p. rn. F ireworks , display. I 3.40 p. in. to 10.00 p. in.- Street I I' Iva I and band contest-. ’    10    00    p.    rn. to 2.00 p. rn.—Inaug- , ural ball. DEAD IN TIDAL WAYE IN JAPAN SEN. W NESIUS HODA AT BROTHER'S HOME  __    t WASHINGTON, March 3 INSi-The honeymoon Apartment prepared bv Senator Thomas J. Walsh, of Montana, for hts Cuban bride was in mourning today as the Senator's body rested at the home of his brother STATE COLLEGE APPROPRIATIONS REASE URGED TRICE, TWO CENTS STOCKS, GRAINS JUMP IN MARKET IN EARLY DEALS W id csurcarl Fires Also Col- "h " 1 x family md rn Representati\e Nothnagle Trading Turns Active and 1    ...    senatorial    relic.iguws    considered .    . low ‘Worst Earthquake* in Years 2000 Homes Washed Away, 1000 Others Demolished in I wale Area TOK TO Saturday. March 4 »UP> An cart liq .;'Sc followed bv a tidal tile smiling faces .she had anticipated when she and the 73-year-old Senate veteran were married last Saturday at Havana. funeral arrangements. The Senator's body arrived at the time the attorney general designate had arranged to return to the capital with his bride of five days, the Senora de Truffin. of Havana. Senator Walsh died suddenly on a train in North Carolina early Thursday The widow accompanied the body from Rookv Mount. N C. and was greeted by a sorrowing throng of friends and acquaintances instead of Leaving his New York home for the last time as a private citizen, I Conklin I) Roosevelt smiled in response lo the (beers of admirers as he started for Washington and ihe inauguration. left to right are Pnstmaster-Gen-era-designate James A. Farley, President-elect Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt, and their -on*. John and Franklin, Jr., only unmarried children of the new First Family. r Man Held in Phihidelphia Identified as Ina inch;ai Wanted Here A detainer against a ,*n"ak thief who was several days ago, was lodged by Chester police today, the youth under arrest having been identified as one who stole $212 from Charlet. Ritter, at the pumping elation cf the New Chester Water Company, on February 14. WASHINGTON, March 3—(UP)— President-elect Roosevelt turned his attention to the national banking situation today in a series of conferences with Congressional leaders. At the same time President Hoover "as in conference with Secretary ok Treasury Mills studying all developments. In Congress. Senator Dill, Dem.. Wash . urged that immediate action be taken to authorize the postal savings banks to accept checking accounts so as to provide a system "•hereby th** people will have currency with which to transact their daily business. Just previously, the Senate adopted a resolution permitting the controller cf the currency to declare a mora- j torium in the District of Columbia. Th : House still has to act. Tt was believed this was a precautionary measure as only one important bank in Washington has closed. 1 One other large institution and sev- Continued un Paec Eighteen EXPLANATION MAUE BY THE REI) ( ROSS Executives of the local headquarters of the Home Service Sec- j lion. American Red Cross, have given en explanation of the reference to the use, by two alleged “speakeasy” proprietors, of Red Cross Flour, " hich appeared in the Times, Tues- * i°r the Ritter theft (jay    I    Detective    Captain    Feeney    commtm- " it Is said that while the two per-Heated with Philadelphia pollee and sons. Robert Sutler and Hazel Farlow.    obtained    a    photograph    of    the have been availing themselves of the suspect. Yesterday Ritter identified flour thev are merely the clients of fhe photo as that of the man he had a local welfare agency, whose invests seen in the local pumping station, cations led to their being placed on , Lewis will be brought to this county the flour list. The Red Cross makes Ma charges of larceny when ' Philadelphia authorities finish with CKK’ .' E S CONDITION REPORTED IMPROVED MIAMI, Fin,. March 3 ’UP) -Mayor Anton J Ornmk, of Chicago, felt so much better Loda* that br asked his doctors for “an order of ham and egg:.’’ He awoke in his oxygen tent at Jackson Memorial Ho: nit. a1 after what physicians said war, the best night" since he wa: RAINEY WINS AS HOUSE SPEAKER wave and fire. took a total of 1,535 lives on the northern coast of the Island of Honshu, it was announced I officially early todav. The announee-; merit listed 338 injured and 948 missing Morioka. capital of the prefecture. : officially reported 477 dead, with 355 'killed in seaside villages. Scattering ce; .laities in other prefect ut es. deaths by drowning and fire, were exp< cled to make the total far higher. More than ’.OOO homes in the Province of I wa to were washed away A total of 4,000 houses were reported demolished throughout the island. Ihe citir of Tokio and Yokohama were shak'ti violently, and great crowds, tea nog a repetition ot the great earthquake of 1923, swarmed through the streets in hysterical excitement Electric licht* failed in Yokohama, but little damage was reported. Tile modern md;.. trial cities of Hobo and Osaka r raped serious damage. One of the hardest hit towns was Kainaishi IOO miles northeast of rn eats will be made todav THE IONE WOLF’ IS SENTENCED Must Servo Hi to 20 Years Sn truest s    Lessening Funds Tor Universities Speaks at .Meeting of the County Women's Republican Club Less money should be given by the state to some of the larger schools such as the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University and the Edward Nothnagle, of Chester, speak lug yesterday afternoon before the meeting of the Women's Republican Club of Delaware County, at Media. Personalty. I think we should cut down appropriations to some of these larger colleges and give more to state colleges," said Representative Nothnagle state PUdr'o Full Support of Democrats to Next Pre ident ma<l,\ !Jhr; !vat:p,T,tr K Mor® I prison for life. The petition was bn cd than I.OOO of he flimsy, bamboo and J, (hr m9 JftW f){    ,    offrnr,(.r,    V. However, it was explained that to have the petition effective for consideration by Hie Court (lie notice of the plan to present such a petition must be made to Hie offender 30 days before it is presented and before ac- away there by the tidal wave, anc! 3,000 more were destroyed by fire that broke out to complete the destruction. according to police re port rile tidal wave si so engulfed Hie , lnn rnn hf, taken month attack , ,    .         shot    It- .. arrested in Philadelphia by Giuseppe Zangara in rn on President-elect Roosevelt. Dr. Frank Jirka said the Mayor looked refreshed when he awoke and ackcd how h" was eft ting along. “I said he was fine but ha needed more nourishment. “'All right.’ The Mayor said, ‘Get me an order of ham and eggs." A second blood transfusion yester- On the date the money disappeared, day added to Cermak's strength and Ritter saw a stranger in the engine    his    physicians    now    believe    ii" may room of the pumping station, at    recover,    although    they    continue to Front and Fulton streets, but took    describe him as "a very    sick    man it for granted that he was an cm-    9 pjoye of the company. Borne tin later. Ritter went to his Inciter, br ca ted on the second floor of the engine room, and found it had bern opened and the cash removed from his clothing. Last week, employes of a public utilities corporation in Philadclnhia    Irromnanvine    !f    I-    ‘    Ho caught Marion Francis Lew*, who    ACCOItlO^n.V ins,    ii    IS    (J gave his address—a downtown hotel in Philadelphia, rifling lockers. They turned him over to police, who later found a wardrobe to rival that of former Mayor Jimmy Walker in Lewis’ room. The story of the arrect was published and a local reporter who read it called the attention of detectives to it and suggested the prisoner might be the one responsible t PINCHOT ATTESTS DAVIS’ ELECTION lycttcr to Bo Opened After Senator's Ural WASHINGTON, March 3 GNS) Victor in a bitter fight for speaker of th'* next Hour?. F!"p. Henry T. Rainey of Illine.a. today pledged the full fapport of House democrats to president-eDct Franklin D. Roosevelt. The veteran progressive democrat not onlv declared hf would go down the line" tor the new president but said a jeering committee plan evolved bv him ar turd the aid of the entire democratic membership. Rainey emerged victorious on the first" ballot of the democratic caucus on the spwlimn,hip He polled 163 votes'to 112 for Rep .John McDufLr* of Alabama. 20 for Rankin, of Missis; ip; t ’o for Jon" of Texas and one (or Bankhead, of Alabama. The same caucus named Rrp, Joseph W. Baths, of Tennessee, who Withdrew from th" speakership to aid Rainey, .majority f'oor leader. Rep Greenwood of indiana will be named Whip and Rrp. Thomas Cullen, of New York, chairman of the Tammany delegation, is slated for the post rf assistant leader. The caucus, at Rainey’s suggestion. took from th" speaker much of the tov* ns of Mmanogov* ay, in tho Ml-yagi prefecture, where I 246 house* ( ojitinurd on Page Fighter!) REPKFSFNT COUNTY AT INAUGURATION Hon W Roger Fronefleld, President Judge of the Delaware County Courts, accompanied by Mr and Mrs. Louis Tickers at Height, Four .Minutes Behind Issues Up One lo Six Points —( hicaffo    Wheat    Goes Up 2' i Points NEW YORK. March 3- UP)—A bull market developed in stocks and grains today. Stocks shot up one tq University"’of    pTttsburgh,    vias    tive    Islx P°ll,ls* whlle    wheat Jumped 2'i Decision on the funeral a nu* rive- opinion    expo    sod    bv    Representative    I cents a bushel on    the Chicago Board of Trade. Shorts staged a    mad scramble tot get out of their    commitments and were forced to bid    up prices of stocks several points to get them. Trading turned active    Ticker* "Th*    e univ ii I ties    receiving    nrt(' straining    to    keep pace with the fund:    should charge lower    market. The    tape was two minute* tuition rates to students residing in    behind before noon. in Penitential*) for First r ; *u •ban a than the) do to those The movement spread to    the    curd from fnmgn rountne?    exchange, where trading    was    active Mr. Nothnagle was speaking on the    and prices higher, proposed school code which, he said, Bonds made response only in tho w 1 pi* i i.'d la o-;v by th'' Attorney convertible issues which always moved General and State Superintendent of with their respective stocks. United Schools Rub ' [’here was a rom- States governments .sagged to new nutter of truce senators and three i lows for the year. reprcM'ntative-- in sit in vuth them. Cotton futures soared $1 a bale. flu-s and that is just what we did. sat. in,1 gar prices firmed up. "hiIe    ts.<" made im-    .acle,’    declared    Nervousness    of    shorts was caused the    speaker,    "Much    of it    was Just    by two items: es much a surprise to us as it was to I I. The approach    of the inaugural you    lion of Franklin D    Roosevelt,    as Pres-* "It ' not going through as it is idem of the United St ites The street now written 1 predicted Mr. Noth- believed the new President would ts-noglc uho is a member of the Fdu- .• tic a reassuring statement on taking office, and boars were afraid to risk a Continued on Page Eighteen !sensational rally on the publication of the statement. PROSPECT BARK    •    3    Reports    were current the varl« I ohs exchanges would restrict short UFPI BUGAN UU B ailing as they did when England went off tile gold standard last year. A new Republican ruth, to b(J ^American Telephone which touched ' 35 .■ in the early trading soared 6 point . to 101 'a where it was up 3’s point* net Allied Chemical Jumped from 73 i to 79 up 4'a net. U S. Steel rose to 27’* from 24'«. At the high it was up 2'* points. Gains of 2 to 3 points from the previous close and 3 to 5 points from the early lows were noted rn surh issues as Delaware A Hudson. Lacks- Ward Robberies Charles Tater, 4?    ■    •    •    os I burglar better known as the "Lone Wolf," was i sentenced to serve from IO to 20 yr ars and to pay a fine of $500 this morning br Judge * R ger Pronefield at Media. 'Flic sentence is to be served in the Eastern Penitentiary. Following the pronouncement of I sentence by Judge Fronefleld. Assistant District Attorney Bloom presented I to (he Court a petition asking that; j the “Lone Wolf" he committed to by Atter new Republican club. to known as the Republican Club of Prospect Paik, was formed last eve- Ta tar was represented Hey Hiram Hathaway, The dec!.Jon set down this mom- mug. at a meeting field at the home lug bs the result of a case which fms oi one of the members, Tile opening session was featured < out inned on rage Eighteen SENATE IMPEACHES DISTRICT JUDGE by the deletion of officers as follow) Norman Abrams, president; Chm lea Duke, vice president; Eugene Craig, secretary, and James Quigley, treasurer. A committee    was    appointed    to    pre- >    .    ,, . , - . pal.    th.    h    I,,    oi    the    oi ii.m;    turn I    Kodak international and a na nr el urn l.s vee made for ILiivesfi, Louisville As Nashville, American Tobacco, Air Reduction, American    Can.    Auburn Auto,    Cora, Cola,    Case and    Westinghouse    Eiec- WASHINGTON. March 3    (INR) - Cole Emmons, of Riverview Farms, J Federal District .fudge Harold I, nuder- I the by-laws committee to meet a*' Swarthmore leave this aftenffJon by bark, of California, was formally im-J the home of Howard Kinder, on . rotor (or WruhWgton. where (hey toA'y before the Bar of the Carlisle nvrnur, next Tue.Mtay eve-1 ,,    ,    .    ,,    ,    ,,    ©enate.    Ping Ilto.se appointed were: Howard will attend die inauguration oil The impeachment charges were laid    Kinder, Robert.    Galloway    and Hardy before the Senate by a committee of    Wtlbank    The    next    session    or    the five House members headed by Rep.    club will Hatton W. Sumners OD.), of Texas.    March 16, Of lier members were Reps. Brown-! mg <D ) of Tennessee, Tarver <D * of the inauguration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, as President, Judge Fronefleld and Mr. and Mrs. Emmons are among the few in thus countv who have received invitations to the reception the PicMdcnt-clci i Georgia, ~La'oiiVrdia ’ (RT of ~Ncu is giving in the Pan-American Union Building this evening, in honor of tile governors of the states, and the reception by President and Mrs. Hoose- be held on Thursday, York, and Sparks (D.) of Kansas. HUQ! I vins son ss veil. al th" While House on Saturday afternoon, following the inaugural parade. To complete the round of festivities, they will also al In Ihe will of William H Haughton late of Lima. probated at Media, a •on. Charles T Haughton, is given $5 The remainder of the $5,000 estate is trie, About noon the tape caught up with the market At the height of the covering rush the tickers were 4 minutes let* and the Exchange adopted the expedient of printing abbreviated quotations. When the buying lightened In volume, prices eased slightly from the highs. tend tile inaugural ball on Saturday "bird to » daughter, Mrs. Anna Mc-j Honan in police court today. HARRISBURG. March 3— (UP* -A letter "so hot it might burn th" envelope" went to Washington today power and glamor which ha;, sur-along with Penn -ylvanias official rounded the office during the term certification of th" election of U. S of Speaker John N. Garner who be- evening. investigation only of its own clients, but, serves flour to the clients of a number of other agencies, receiving food orders. Butler and tile Farlow woman were arrested by detectives in a raid on an establishment in the 200 block Broomall street. him. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv United Press) AT AGUA CALIENTE I—Vermont Rose, Patsy Laura, Sir Opie, Early Star. Runire. Almont. 7—Southern Reauty, Rob Blackburn. Birdie Wrack, Sturdy, Bebe, Boot Top. 3—Ceeellia, Essocsn, 4*go, Via. Rnsi<-Cora. Privately. 1—Wanda D. Dixie Binder. 5—Chosen Pal, Diodoro, Bov Friend, Kagn. fi—Now Mama. Congo 3d Nary Girl 7 — Patsy Carter. Digiiinv, Weather, clear; track, fa*-♦ WOULD GUARANTEE BANK DEPOSITS WASHINGTON. March 3 'INS' A joint resolution providing for a government guarantee of bank deposits in all banks eligible for membership in the Federal Reserve System. was offered today by Senator Gore. Democrat, of Oklahoma. The bill was referred to the Senate Banking and Currency Committee. Senator James J. Davis. Governor Gifford Pinehot dispatched the long-delayed official notice that the voters had elected Davie last November and wrote the accompanying letter which he intimated I would be sensational. The communication, addressed to the president of the Senate, is not to! be made public until the conclusion of Davis’ trial on lottery charges or any other time the Senate may deem "fit and proper for its publication." Pjnchot, uncompromising foe of Davis in Pennsylvania politics, refused as much as to hint a* the nature of the contents of the communication but it. is believed to express his views as to Davis’ fitness to hold offire Publication cf such views previous to Davis’ trial next Monday might be construed as contempt of court, it was said The Governor in announcing it as likely "to burn it*- way throush the come', Vice-President tomorrow. ROOSEVELT DENIES STATEMENT REPORT WASHINGTON, March 3    *UP>- President-elect Roosevelt today for-mallv d"nicd New York reports that he proposes to issue a statement on finances today. The President-elect's secretary said that when Mr. Roosevelt was informed of these reports he said “They are without any foundaUon T do not propose to make anv statement on finances.” BOY SERIOUSLY INJURED BY AUO SEEK TO IDENTIFY DROW NED WOMAN Police here have been asked bv authorities of Paulsboro, N. J., to aid in the identification of a middleaged woman, v ho ended her life bv drowning near (bat place. The victim. whose body is at the morgue of J. Adams. Paulsboro, is believed to be of Italian extraction, about 50 years old .Site was about 5 feet, 2 inches in height and weighed 135 pound*. When the body was recovered, a pocketbook wa clutched in her tight hand It contained a bus ticket for a return trip from Philadelphia to Paulsboro and about 85 cents in change. COOKING SCHOOL CLOSES TODAY Fadden. Mr Haughton died on February 4. The will was written on January 21 last. LODGE VISITATION COMMITTED TO JAIL AS A VAGRANT Charged with vagraney, Palmer Dew. 24. whose home is said to h* in Dove 1 Del, was > .en fenced to serve | the price up two and a half cents a 30 day* In the county prison when bushel In the first hours trading All grams Joined in. Provisions gained a* much as 20 points. CHICAGO, March 3    <UP)--A    rush of buying in the wheat pit of tho Chicago Board of Trade today shot given a hearing before Magistrate Members of Chester Lodge No 263, I OO F were gue.'tn of the Farmers’ and Mechanics Lodge, No. 18 J of Linwood, last evening, at an ofTi- Dftv wro; arrested after several residents of the First ward complained tho man became insulting when he was refused alms while soliciting at homes in that section The othrr defendants in police court, all charged with intoxication, were discharged. They were Flls- H DOV ER GETS GIFT FROM HIS C ABINET to tile regular meeting and entertainment a shad dinner wen served. I NJ I HED IN I ALL Mrs Ruth f, Bennett, founder of the Ruth L. Bennett Improvement Association, is ii! ; t her home, at, Second and Reancv streets. She is suffering from two fractured ribs, an Injury sustained when she Mi in her home two week* ago ll AVF RI ORD < OFI.FGI. OI I I It DAMAGED BY FLAMES C nntim.eri on Page Eighteen |{un Down by Vehicle at Curious Men at Ni^ht Sos- Cleopa    trayRefo    ah Aiding Sin ful Martians AT ll 5V WA I—1 None I. 7—Royal Fxpress, Honest Susan. Matie Hardies, Reuss. Scroll, Perfect Heart. 3—Brown Mole, Plat C hoice, Two Bill*. Gahrielle. 4—surly, M> Madam, Pantafon, Lightfoot Don. 5—Nutting. Arundel, Sonsy. fi—Joust, Saw Dust, Rrrl l.ikker. Black Dust, Murmuring Pine Consummation. 7—Singleam, Dick Porter. Spanish Lay. Beauty Belle, Unstained, Gayly Boy. Weather, clear; track, fast. 4T FAIR GROUNDS I—Gold Rose. 7— 1 None!, 7— K a pit lena, < alerta. I— None 1, V—1 None I, •— None*. I—Mnrvif h „ Niere, D">nnv J"Iinr *-Mardelle. '—Golflex. Weather, clear; track, fast. AT HIALEAH PARK 1—C irrle Roman. Dusky Lass, charge. Dandelion. Edith A 2—1 None*. 3— None 1. Y— fNone s. f— Ne net! 7— V-n* Weather, clear, track, fait. Super- CHINESE FLEE JEHOL CAPITAL Report Says Evacuation of UhencJehfu Begins as Japanese Near SHANGHAI. Saturday, March 4 Chinese time »-~(UP;—A ten.se atmosphere developed rapidh in Shanghai today when fears were expressed that th* Japanese forces invading Jehol would cross the great wall into Chin) proper, endangering the Peiping and Tientsin areas in the north SHANGHAI March 3 !UPi-Fvacuaiion of Chengtehlu. capital of Jehol Province, by the Chinese was reported in private reded messages reaching h*re today PEIPING, March 3- INS- Making a last desperate stand against the Japanese advance on Jehol City, 1500 of Marshal Chang Hsueh-Liang’s regular Chinese troops were killed' in a bittie on the eastern front in Jehol Province, according to an announcement by military headquarters here today Details of the fighting were not given. TOKIO. March~3— < INS * — Relent- ’"My pursuing fleeing Chine e, Jap- ’*in7"hu?n 'h : cl*moon "hile ?d-( antinued on Page Eighteen LONDON, March 3 INS) Hello is that you. Cleopwtrn?" "Yes, but I'm not Cleopatra anv more Now th*y coll rn* Ocm-iruru " ' Well. Oomaruru, " hat are you doing these days?" “I am trying to atop" for the nu -chief I caused during my lifetime tv, teaching godliness to the Martian* This, somewhat roughly, is a transcription of a telepathic conversation Dr. Mansfield Robinson British • enlist, claimed todav to h . c cnjo' J with the lady responsible for so much trouble in th* da3’s of the ancien Romans. In 1924 Dr. Mansfield precipit.v d a world-wide controversy with hv .scheme for ladio communication w: ii the planet Mars He furnished the British government with a ticklish problem bv filing a radio message to the far-off heavenly bodv bv th« ordinary postoffice route and insisted that transmission he attempted. Now. Dr. Mansfield assert h" hr succeeded in bridging limitless spare with the aid of Mrs B- John Jam"* a medium and wife of a clergyman Last nigh,, he says, he talked whh three residents of Mars. one he d~-clared. wa.* Cleopatra He explained that the name Oomaruru m"ans Mhr loved one." Cleopatra, he added, is, now the wife of a Martian farmer, While he was at it, Dr. Mansfield asked Cleopatra for a special mes- Third and Fulton Sts.; Motorist .Arrested Two boys were injured, one seriously. in a aeries of automobile *c-c. den ta reported to pollee yesterday. Th" most seriously injured Is Her-rvon Maitland, 6 of 611 West Second street, who sustained a skull fr?"’ure when he was struck bv an automobile at. Third and Fulton rtreMr Hi* condition today was repo: cd a *riou*“ by attaches of th* Ch"'■Hospital, to where the little victim was removed by a passing Laura McCarthy, 802 Jef-rect. The driver of the car that struck the Youngster. Silas Jones. Negro, of 418 St. John street, was arrested and when arraigned for a preliminary h~;; ring in polio" court this mon un' wa; hold in .$1000 bail for a continued hearing, pr iding the ouironi" of th" boy's injuries Georg" Rir.htmeyer, 607 Wes* Eighth, street, informed polit" yesterday tim his ‘on, George. Jr 4 years old, wa* mot tm sion ; Grand A w a r d s Today There was a goodly sprinkling of men in the huge audience at last evening .* session of th" Chester Time?. Cooking and Horne Making School, conducted by Mr* Katheune Del*new Whether the*’ came to th** school to escort their wives and weethearts. or to find out for th-rmelvo* what this talk of home making 1 all about, the fact remain* that, no trines of boredom appeared upon thor lam. In fart, two of (h"ir number, one a bachelor, appeared upon the stage, and gave assistance -of a kind -to Mrs. Delam y. The ba* Prior essayed the making of a cake, under Mrs. Delaney.s direction, but t* may be whispered that, the (ake was brought to a triumphant conclusion by none other than lh The job iii ".a* to beat. th" seven n did, with o< ‘acher, that the im yen f ft f- 1 tonal tam, was re!) a rn .ag husband ta Ic in::" for cd Tin. he if from Mrs. be it said a complete sue struck mo e-;« last TU the boy it v fra- ie United State* Faithft h' sage I recorded on a phonograph d: is the advice Dr. Mansfield said wafted from her age-old lips to th" moderns across the vc a* * For.-ek" mr rn mon. bv ard luxury. Turn to God > 1 :' lr row bl" > Return to th* - mplr :if* and your former greatness will return. ‘ by the car of sin unidentlfleh t at Ninth and Fulton street*;. r dav At first it wa* thought v hnd escaped injuries, but later found he wa* suffering from a " of the collarbone No report of th" accident was made to police by the motorist. An au'omobil" driven by Mr* Anna M BUC': ley. 406 Last Nineteenth street, vas damaged last evening, when, while waiting on the northeast corner of Fifth and Market streN for a traffic light, her car was struck by a trolley car that swung off Market street, onto Fifth street, the impart tearing the front left fender away. Another crash was recorded at Second and Wilson streets, between car; driven bv Samu*! Goldberg 176 Park-'v?v a- mu?, and Ma isrl F> * -r. 2533 We** Second .'.tref* bo h cir t*vne rank- carnaged, but the dmtrs escaped injury.    1 A* a special tribute to Uh men in her » .dimer Mi" lh unify prepared and baked a Man’s Appl*' Pie.” which -•hr offered to th'* man who would come to the * ■re and sing a song. There bring no applicants for the pie, in view of the requirements, it was B members of the chefs Douglas School, who aw arc'd 'n rn claes of the acted as aide these Negro rh-f : white ; th" finishing the session. Mrs Delane istle efficiency of dishes tha WASHINGTON. March 3-~<UP>— President Hoover s cabinet presented ...... <    <    o    _    worth Lilly, Trainer; Robert McMul- J him with an elaborate desk set today rial visitation held in* the head-1 it!1’ no    ftnd    William    Hughes,    at the final meeting, quarters of the Linwood group Prior!*1*0    ■■■»•    j The cabinet members will save their Y IUUAGEGREEN HOME goodbys for an informal reception at : the Union Station tomorrow when Mr. Hoover leaves for New York. The desk set is in the form of a Fire, of indetermined origin, which carved cabinet upon which are burned early the morning for more 1 mounted as iqion an automobile dash than an hour between the partition j board a thermometer, a barometer, a walls of a two .story frame dwelling j clock and a calendar. The usual occupied    b1    the    family    of    Kurtz! pens,    ink wells, pencil    troughs, paper Sweigart. at Concord and Knowlton clip holders and other paraphernalia roads. Village Green, damaged the are on the inside. On the back are building to the extent ot about 1300. | engraved the names of the donors.  ——    j The    Felton    Hose    and    Chemical Haverford College ha* offered free Company prevented the flames from undergraduate training to unemployed spreading beyond the dining room, resident* of the Main Line, it was an- where the fire was discovered. Other trounced bv Dean H. Tatnall Brown. J companies responding to the alarm Jr. In addition to lecture courses were Concordvill- J nnni Heights. J Four    year*    ago    Democrat*    were    a* those properly registered will hr Chester Township, Linwood and scarce    a*    Job*    are    today.    Today    jobs given full library privilege*.    1 Brookhaven.    are scarce but Democrats are plenti- -________________* ___      --------------I ful to fill the few to be handed out, It takes something like an lnatigu* I ration of a President or a war in the Fit to cha*" Fluey Lone off the 1 front pages. Garden pests will soon bo making I their appearance - leaning over the bark fence    to remind    you    that you dido t    have    verv good    luck    with the tomatoes last year. A lot of people would be given work if the one-day-tn-seven Biblical j rule was enforced, says the new) secretary of labor. Ye*, blit dad and the kids aren’t a bit anxious to wash . the Sunday dinner dishes. Score* of hands will appear in the parade at Washington tomorrow But that doesn’t signify that there Le harmony among    the ranks of    the ! Democrats. Jake Edell tells us it I* becoming j increasingly harder for fathers to work their    sons’    way    through    coi- j lege. Some predict a return of good times after    tomorrow.    But you    can lay a little    bet    that    it won t he necessary to bank the curves on the road to prosperity. A loc ii schoolboy w*r>n a Jig-saw puzzle contest thus week. But he may grow up to be a useful citizen in spite of that. Roosevelt to Take Oath On MO-Year-Old Bible WASHINGTON, Marrh 3 'INS) -Franklin D Roo>.eve|t up] become th** 32d President of the United State* with his hand resting upon that pa-*-age oi the Bible which proclaim* that “now abideth faith, hope and bhartiy . . , but the greatest of these is rhar- it v ' The new President selected the 13th chapter of the First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians a* the place at which the 300-year-old family Bible la to be opened. The Bible lias been in the Roo'.e-vclt family for three centuries and records the. births and deaths of niarn WAB VETERAN THRILLS HEARERS Lieut. Stillier Relates His Experiences to (’Hester ( itv Post Members Roost vc) ta. The tex? is in D is leather-bound, and ab< inches thick The complete chapter, a err the King James version foil “Though I speak with the of men and angels, and hi utch It ►ut four WI Chester Legion, ant Wa citizen 1 War a* mg his The pro appearance of in their natty nd raps, added tonal touch to , with turned were p her eharacter-a number mg to the ( (intinuH on Page Thirteen r, s. TRI $ Si r V It M ANT E WASHINGTON, Marrh 3 -(INS' — Trrs> urv balance ,v rf March I: $204.061.® 51 86 ex pen- » , c- $6 862.-4497 77, oui tents receipts $526,054 53. Continued on Page Eighteen I.ITTI.K CHANGE IN TK.MPKKATl KE Cloudv with not much change iii temperature, is the prediction in Eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey. Delaware and Maryland It probably will be fair tomorrow, Th" highest temperature here yesterday was 43, at 3 P M and the lowest was 32. at 7 A M. The average of 38 was two degrees above normal for the date but ten degree* below the a1, erage March 2 last year Maximum ’emperature for the date is 66. established rn 1921 and minimum 8, m 1886 Sunrise todav was at 631 A M and sunset w as at 5 55 P. M , Eastern j standard limo. me new angle* of the World War precented to the members of the City Post, No. 390. American at a meeting held at the Club last night, by Lieutcn-lter J. St ti lier, an American who .served through the World a German soldier without los-citizenship. Lieutenant Stuber thrilled his audience with several dr a matie Incidents and then added a light touch with humorous anecdote*. His speech was extremely interesting anti caused several members of the local Pas) to recall their own war-time experiences. A strange peculiarity of Lieutenant St liber’a career was found in the fact that he never faced American troops in combat, Whenever his battalion was ordered to a point where they would encounter the United State* soldier?' Stuber was detailed on special duty to another rector. The Oer-man-Amcncan said the higher commandant* were aware of his American citizenship He brought out the personal feeling between tile German and British soldier* During the course of some severe fighting. No Mans Land' had IN XSHINGTON, Marrh 3— I Pi — Forecast for tonight and Saturday: Western Pennsylvania, Eastern renn-svlvania and New Jersey; Cloudy tonight; Saturday probably fair; not much change in temperature. TODAY'S TEMPERATURES 6a    rn,    .....    39    ll    a. 7 a    rn    .....    39    Noon 8a    rn    ..,,.40    I    p 9a    in.    .....    14    J    p t nntmurd on Page Eighteen 1 *J a.    rn.    ......    4£ rn, .,44 .. *3 ., 59 51 ;

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