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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1 OS 57TH 17531 Dill Leased Wire Reports of United Pres5 UPI end International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beat News of the Day ROOSEVELT IN CONFERENCE ON BANKING ISSUE Presidentelect Studies Sit uation With Congress Leaders Urges Postal Banks to Accept Checking Ready for Inaugural ON TO WASHINGTON AND THE Official Program For the Inaugural I WASHINGTON March program for Saturdays in augural ceremonies follows 1100 a m President elect Roosevelt arrives at White House 1105 a Hoover Presidentelect Roosevelt Mrs Hoover Mrs Roosevelt and offi cial party drive to capitol 1200 Gar ner sworn chamber 1250 p Roosevelt sworn in and delivers inaugural Plaza 105 p Roosevelt completes inaugural address 115 p Roosevelt and parade leave capitol 135 p Roosevelt and Mrs Rosoevelt at luncheon 230 p of parade by President Roosevelt from Courtof Honor begins 500 p Roosevelt and Mrs Roosevelt entertain 1500 guests at tea 800 p Roosevelt and Mrs Roosevelt entertain 60 persons at dinner 800 p m to 900 p display 340 p m to 1000 p festival and band contest 1000 p m to 200 p Ural ball to CHESTER PA FRIDAY MARCH 3 1933 1535 BELIEVED DEAD IN TIDAL WAVEJNJAPAN Widespread Fires Also Fol low Worst Earthquake in Years TWENTY PAGES 2000 Homes Washed Away 4000 Others Demolished in Iwate Area TOKIO Saturday March earthquake followed by a tidal SEN WALSHS BODY AT BROTHERS HOME WASHINGTON March ihe honeymoon apartment prepared by Senator Thomas J Walsh of Mon tana for his Cuban bride was in mourning today as the Senators body rested at the home of his brother where his widow his family and his senatorial colleagues considered funeral arrangements The Senators body arrived at the time the attorney general designate naa arranged to return to the capiral with his bride of five days the Senora dc Truffin Of Havana ments will be made today arrange h Sartcd for inauguration Left to right arc Roosevelt and ihcir sons John and Franklin WASHINGTON March UP Presidentelect Roosevelt turned his attention to the national banking sit uation today in a series of confer ences with Congressional leaders At the same time President Hoover was in conference with Secretary oS Treasury Mills studying all develop Senator Dill Dem Wash urged that immediate action ba taken to authorize the postal sav ings banks to accept checking ac counts so as to provide a svstem whereby the people will have currency to transact their daily ments In Congress AGAINSIYO CERMAKS CONDITION REPORTED IMPROVED Man Held in Philadelphia felt so much Identified as Individual Wanted Here MIAMI Fla March UP Mayor Anton J Csrmak of Chicago better today tors for an that orcfer of with which business Just previously theSenate adopted resolution permitting the controller of the currency to declare a mora torium in the District of Columbia T Thj House still has to act It was believed this was tionary measure as only one impor tant bank in Washington has closed One other large institution and sev Continued on Page Eighteen EXPLANATION MADE Executives of the local head quarters of the Home Service Sec tion American Red Cross have given an explanation of the reference to the use by two alleged speakeasy proprietors of Red Cross Flour which appeared in the Times Tues day It is saidthat while the two per sons Robert Butler and Hazel Parlow have been availing themselves of the flour they are merely the clients of a local welfare agency whoseinvesti gationsled to their being placed on the flour list The Red Cross makes investigation only of its own clients but serves flour to the clients of a of other agencies receiving food orders Butler and the Farlow woman were arrested by detectives in a raid on an establishment in the 200 block Broomall street HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT AGUA CALIENTE Vermont Rose Patsy Laura Sir Opic Early Star Runire Ashmont Southern Beauty Bob Blackburn Birdie Wrack Sturdy Bebe Boot Top Cecellia Essoess Asgo Via Rosic Cora Privately Wanda D Dixie Binder Chosen Pal Diodoro Boy Friend Kago Now Mama Congo 2d Nary Girl Palsy Carter Digrgins Weather clear track fast AT HAVANA A detainer against a sneak thief was arrested in Philadelphia several days ago was lodged by Chester police today the youth un der arrest having been idsntifiscl as one who stole from Charles Ritter at the pumping station of tho New Chester Water Company on February 14 On the date the money disappeared Ritter saw a stranger in the engine room of the pumping stationat Front and Fulton streets taut too it for granted that he was an em ploye of the SojSie later Ritter went to his locxer cated on the second floor of the en gine room and found it had been opened and the cash removed from his clothing Last weekf employes of a public utilities corporationin Philadelphia caught Marion Francis Lewis who downtown hotel in Philadelphia rifling lockers They turned himover to police who later found a wardrobe to rival that former Mayor Jimmy Walker Lewis room The story of theran 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 for the Ritter theft Detective Captain Feeney commun icated with Philadelphia police and later obtained a photograph of the suspect Yesterday Ritter identified the Photo as that of the man he had seen in the local pumping station f Lewis will be brought to this county for trial on charges of larceny when Philadelphia authorities finish with He awoke in his orrygcn tent at Jackson Memorial Hospital after what physicians said was tho best month night since he was shot last by Giuseppe Zangara in an attack on Presidentelect Roosevelt Dr Frank Jirkn saicl the Mayor looked refreshed he awok and asked he fret tin said he was fine but he needed more nourishment All right The Mayor said Get me an order of ham and A second blood transfusion yester day added to Cermaks strength and his physicians nov believe he may recover although tb2y continue to describehim as a very sick AS roSESPEAKER ledges Full Support of Democrats to Next President WASHINGTON March INS in a bitter fight for speaker of the next Houce Rep Henry T Rainey of Illincis today pledged the full support of House democrats to Franklin D Roose veteran progressive democrat the new president but committee plan of in arrest him WOULD GUARANTEE BANK DEPOSITS WASHINGTON March A joint resolution providing for a government guarantee of bank de posits inall banks eligible for mem bership in the Federal Reserve Sys tem was offered today by Senator Gore Democrat of Oklahoma The bill was referred to the Sen ate Banking and Currency Commit tee Accompanying It Is Better to 3e Opened After Senators Trial HARHISBURG March letter so hoL it might burn the en went to Washington today along with Pennsylvanias official certification of the election of U S Senator James J Davis Governor Gifford Pinchot dis patched the longdelayed official no tice that the voters had elected Davis last November and wrote the accom panying letter which he intimated would be sensational The communication addressed fco the president of the Senate is not to ba made public until the conclusion of Davis trial on lottery charges or any other time the Ssnate may deem fit and proper for its publication Ponchot uncompromising foe of Davis in Pennsylvania politics re fused as much as to hint at the nature of the contents of the communica tion but it is believed to express his views as to Davis fitness to hold office Publication of 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 its way through the vel Th said evolved by him assured the aid of the democratic membership victorious on the of democratic caucus on spcakershlp He polled 163 112 John McDuflicj of Alabama 20 for Rahkin of Mis sissippi two for Jones of Texas and one for Bankhead of Alabama Tne same caucus named Reb Joseph W of Tennessee wS withdrew from ths spsakership to aid Rainey majority floor leader Rep Greenwood of Indiana will be named Whip and Rep Thomas Cu lien of New York chairman of the Tam many delegation is slated for the poet of assistant leader The caucus at suggestion took from the speaker muchof the power and glamor rounded the office Senator Walsh died suddenly on a train in North Carolina early Thurs aay ihe widow accompanied the body from Rocky Mount N Cv and was greeted by a sorrowing throng of mends and acquaintances instead of the smilmp fnces she had anticipated and fire took a total of 1535 whcn she and the 13yenrolcl Senate lives on the northern coast of the nvarried lasfc Saturday Island of Honshu itwas announced Decisionon the funrmi officially early today The announce ment listed 338 injured and 948 miss ing Morioka capital of the prefecture officially reported 477 dead with 355 killed in seaside villages Scattering casualties in other pre fectures deaths by drowning and fire were expected to make the total far hiphcr More than 2000 homes in the Province of Ivvate were washed away A total of 4000 houses were re ported demolished throughout the island The cities of Tokio and Yokohama were shaken violently and great crowds fearing a repetition of th great earthquake of 1923 swarmc through the streets in hysterical ex cltement Electric lights failed in Yokohama but little damage was reported Th modern industrial cities of Kobean Osaka escaped serious damage One of the hardest hit towns wa Kamaishi 300 miles northeast o Tokio Inthe Iwate prcfercture Mor than 1000 of the flimsy bamboo an paper constructed houses were swep away there by the tidal wave an 3000 more were destroyed by fir broke out to complete the de according to police r ports The tidal wave olso engulfed th towns of Minanogoway in the Ml yagi prefecture where 1246 house Continued on REPRESENT COUNTY AT INAUGURATION Hon W Roger Froncfield Presldcn Judge of the Delaware County Courts not only declared hV would i by Ml and MrsLoili5 the the new president but Cole Enimonsi of Riverylew Farms Swarthmore leave this aflerntxjn bj motor for Washington where the will attend the inauguration o Franklin Delano Roosevelt as Presi dent Judge Froncfield and Mn and Mrs are am png th e this wrrich has sur during the tenn Continued on Page Eighteen Cleopatra Reformed Aiding Sinful Martians Royal Express Honest Susan Choice Two Pantajfon Matie Hardies Reuss Scroll Per fect Heart Mole Play Bills Gabrielle IVIy Madam Lightfoot Don Arundcl Sonsy Saw Dust Rcrl Likker Black Dust Murmuring Consummation t Dick Porter Spanish Lay Beauty Belle Unstained Gayly Boy Weather clear track fast AT FAIR GROUNDS Rose Catena x Niece Danny Jchnrj MardeJlc Weather clear track fast AT HI ALE AH PARK Roman Dusky Lass Super charge Dandelion Edith A CHINESE FLEE JEHOLXAP1TAL Report Says Evacuation of LONDON March of Speaker John N Gamer who bc comer VicePresident ROOSEVELT DENIES REPORT county who have received Invitations to the reception the Presidentelect is giving In the PanAmerican Union Building this evening in honor of the governors of the states the re ception by President and Mrs Roose velt at the1 White House on Satur day afternoon following the in augural parade To complete the round of festivities they will also at tend the inaugural ball on Saturday evening March Presidentelect Roosevelt today for mally denied New York reports that he proposes to issue a statement on finances today JThe Presidentelects secretary said that when Mr Roosevelt was formed of these reports he said They are without any foimdation I do not propose to make any state ment on finances was in INJUREDBY AUTO Run Down by Vehicle at Third and Fulton Sts Motorist Arrested ond street who you Cleopatra Yes but rm not ojeuuawa snv Now they call me Ocmaruru1 lecture w Well Oomaruru what are vou do thesedays to atone Two boys were injured one seri ously in a series of automobile ac cidents reported to police yesterday The most seriously injured is Har rison Maitland 6 of 611 West Sec SEEK TO IDENTIFY DROWNED WOMAN Police here have been asked by au thorities of Paulsboro N J to aid in the identification of a middle aged woman who ended her liZe by drowning near that place The vic tim whose body is at the morgue of J Adams Paulsboro is believed to be of Italian extraction about 50 She was about 5 feet 2 height and weighed 135 years old inches in pounds When the bodywas pocketbook was clutched In her right hand It contained a bus ticket for a return trip from Philadelphia to PauLsboro change and about 85 cents in COOKING SCHOOL Curious Men at Night Ses sion G r a n d A w a r d s Today m merlin evenings session of the Chester Times CookinS and Home Making School Chengtehf u Begins Japanese Near as was struck by an t TT at Third and Fulton stress His condition today was re misi Parted as crious by attaches of the conducted by Mrs Kathcrine j Whether they came to the school SKUll i escort their wives and sweethearts or lused during my lifetime by Hospital to where the little godliness to the vicUm was removed by a passing somewhat roughly is a tran motoriGt Laura McCarthy 802 Jef n or a telepathic conversation 1 street Robinson British sci driver of the car that struck SHANGHAI Saturday March 4 Chincse tense atj Romans mosphere developed rapidly in ShangI Ifi 1924 Dr Mansfield precipitated i hai today when fears were expressed ia worjdwidecontroversy with his i r i i T Vo m n jjr havc enjoyed the youngster Silas Jones Negro of y responsible for so much i 4i8 stJohn street was arrested and uis days of the i when arraigned for a to find out for themselves what this talk of home making is all about fact remains that no traces of bore dom appeared upon their faces In fact two of their number one a bachelor appeared upon the stage and gave a Mrs Dclaney The bachelor essayed the making of a cake under Mrs Delaneys direction but it may be whispered that the cake was brought to a triumphant conclusion by none other than th THELONE WOLF is SENTENCED Must Serve 10 to 20 Years in Penitentiary for First Ward Robberies Charles Talcr 43yearold burglar better known as thr Lone Wolf was sentenced to serve from 10 to Joyears and to pay afine of 5500 this morn STATE COLLEGE APPROPRIATIONS URGED Representative Nothnagle Suggests Lessening Funds for Universities Speaks at Meetingof the County Womens Repub lican Club Less money should be given by the state to some of the larger schools such as the University of Pennsyl vania Temple University University of Pittsburgh nnci was Che the opinion expressed by Representative Edward Kothnagle of Chester speak in yesterday afternoon before the M Proncficid at Media The sentence is to be served in the Eastern Penitentiary Following the pronouncement of sentence by Judge Proncficld Assist ant District Attorney Bloom presented to the Court a petition asking that the Lone Wolf be committed to prison for life The petition was based on the J029 law of fourth offenders However it was explained that to have the petition effective for con sideration by the Court the notice of the plan to present such a petition must be made tothe offender 30 days oerore it is presented and before ac tion can be taken Tater was represented bv Attor ney Hiram Hathaway The decision set down this morn ing is the result of a case which has Continued on PageEighteen WASHINGTON March Federal District Judge Harold Louder back of California was formally im peachedtodaybefore the Bar of the n before the Senate by a committee of five headed by RBp Hatton W Sumners of fi uig p of Tennessee TaiTcrOD1 of Georgia La Guarclla R York and3parks CD of Kansas In the will of William H Kaughton Lima at Media a r n on Charles T Haughton Is given The remainder of the estate is Billed to Mrs Anna Me Fadden Mr Haughton died on Fob LODGE erf Chester Lodge No 263 u were guests of the Farm i and Mechanics Lodge No 185f Llnwopd last evening at an offl 1 visitation held in the head quarters of the Linwoocl group Prior o the regular meeting and enter ainmcnt a shad dinner WBS served INJURED IN FALL Mrs Ruth L Bennett founder of no Ruth L Bennett Improvement Association is m rt her home at ecpnd and Reaney streets She Is uttering from two fractured ribs n injury sustained when she fell n r nome two weeks HAVERFORD Haverford College has offered free ndergraduate training to unemployed csidcnts of the Main Line it was an nounced by Dean H Tatnall Brown r In addition to lecture courses hose properly registered will be given full library privileges IT msrf the Republican Club ol Delaware County at Media Personally I think we should cut down appropriations to some of these larger colleges and give more to state colleges said Representative Noth nagie These universities receiving state funds should charge lower tuition rates to students residing in Pennsylvania than they do to those irom foreign countries Mr Nothnagle was speaking on the proposed school code which he said was prepared largely by the Attorney General and State Superintendent of Schools Rule There was a com mittee of three senators and three represcnUUives to sit in with them and that is just what we did sat In while they made the code declared the speaker Much of it was iust JoumUCh a surprisc to us ns t was to It is not going through as it is now written predicted Mr Noth nagle who is a member of the Eclu PRICE TWO CENTS STOCKS GRAINS JUMP IN MARKET IN EARLY DEALS Trading Turns Active antf Tickers at Height Foutf Minutes Behind Issues Up One to Six Points Wheat Goes Up Points NEW YORK March bull market developed in stocks and grains today Stocks shot up one six points while wheat jumped 2H cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade Shorts staged a get out of their mad scramble tof commitments and were forced to bid up prices of stocks several points to get them Trading turned active Tickers were straining to keep pace with tha market The tape was two minutes behind before noon to the With their respective stocks United bale of Continued on Pape Eighteen REPUBLICAN CLUB A new Republican club to known as the Republican Club Prospect Park was formed Inst eve ning nt a meeting held at the home of one of tho members Tho opening session was featured by the eclction of officers as follows Norman Abrnms president Charles Duke vice president Eugene Craig secretary and James Qulgley trcas A committee was appointed to pre pare the bylaws of the orRanlzation and arrangements were made for the bylaws committee to meet ab the home of Howard Kinder on Carlisle axenue next Tuesday eve njns Those appointed were Howard Galloway and Hardy Wllbank The next session of the club will be held on Thursday March 16 COMMITTED TO JAIE VAGRANT Charged with vagrancy Palmer Dew 24 whose home is said to bo in Dover pel was sentenced to serve 30 days inthe county prison when given a hearing before Magistrate Homm in police court today Dew was arrested after several res dents of the First ward com plained tho man became insulting when he was refused alms while so ltingrvat homes Jn that section The other defendants in police court all charged with intoxication were discharged They were Ells worth Lilly Trainer Robert McMul lin no home and William Hughes also homeless f the Inaugura Roosevelt as Pres StatesThe strelfa the new President would is 2 Reports were current the varU selling as they did when England went oft the gold standard last yeaV American Telephone trading soared 6 to lOHi where it was up 3 2 to from the previous close and 3 to 5 points from pe early lows were noted fa issues as Delaware At Hudson Lacka Harvester Louisville Nashville American Tobacco Air Reduction American Can Auburn Auto Coca Cola Case and Westinghouse Elec trie About noon the tape caught up with the market At the height of the coverlng rush the tickers were 4 uunutcs late and the ExcnangeS adopted abbreviated quotations When the buying lightened in volume prices eased slightly from the Wghs CHICAGO March rush of buying In the wheat pit of the Chicago Board of Trade today shot price up two and a half centsa bushel In the first hours trading All grains joined in 4 Provisions gained as much as 20 points VIL DAMAGED BY FLAMES Fire of Indctermmcd origin which JUrnecl early this morning more han an hour between the partition walls of a twostory frame dwelllnc occupied bv the family of Ktirtss at Concord and Knowlton Village Green cJamaKed the 3Uilding o the extent of about The Pclton Hose and Chemical ompany prevented the flames from preading beyond the dining room here the fire was discovered Other companies responding to the alarm Lenni Heights Linwood and HOOVER GETS GIFT FROM HIS CABINET WASHINGTON March President Hoovers cabinet presented him with an elaborate desk set today at the final meeting The cabinet members will saveithelr goodbys for an informal reception at the Tin Ion Station tomorrow when Mr Hoover leaves for New York The desk set is in the form of a carved cabinet upon which are mounted as upon an automobile dash boaid a thermometer a barometer a clock and a calendar The usual pens ink wells pencil troughs paper dip holders and other paraphernalia are on the inside On the back are engraved tne names of the donors were Concordville hester Township Brookhaven Roosevelt to Take Oath On 300YearOld Bible Jiai that the Japanese forces invading Jehol would cross thegreatwallinto China proper endangering the Peip ing and Tientsin areas in the north He raaio Mars furnished the with WASHINGTON March CINS ranklin D Roosevelt will become the 2d Presidentof the United States nth his hand resting upon that pass go of the Bible which proclaims thai now abide th faith hope and charity but the greatest of these is char y The new President selected tho 13th hapter of the First Epistle of Paul o the Corinthians as the place at the 300yearold family Bible to be opened The Bible has been in the Roosc elt family for three centuries and British govern hevenly thc outcomciSS The lob of HIP ior uiree centuries and births and deaths of many 1 to beat Seven Minute for Roosevelts The text is in Dutch It is leatherbound and about four inches thick The complete chapter according to the King James version follows Topics of Times Lieut Stuber Relates His Experiences to Chester City Post Members the car of an unidentified 1 As a special tributn to the menin i Some new angles of the World War were ted to the members of the City Post No 390 St wilPrr J Stube Jehol Province by the Chinese was Mansfield asserts he has it PEIPING March ing a last desperate stand against the Japanese advance on Jehol City 1500 of Marshal Chang HsuehLiangs reg ular Chinese troops were killedin a battle on the eastern front in Jehcl Province according to an announce ment by military headquarters here today Details of the fighting were not given i TOKIO March 1sefng Chinsse Jap this Weather clear track fast ccpured fternoon while ad en Page Eighteen he was suffering from a 1 come to the stage and King a song 1R Wrt flpinrr onnKAnmifn r tt i Last says he talked with Mars one he dc explained I j oi tuiu nijiK n fracture collaroone No report There being no applicants for the pie the accident was made to police Pn of the requirements it was Djvtne motorist i awarded to the members of the chefs TaSim by Anna of School who J The appearance Four years ago Democrats were as scarce as jobs are today Today jobs are scarce but Democrats are plenti ful to fill the few to be handed out It takes something like an Inaugu ration of a President or a war in the East to chase Huey off the front pages Garden pests will soon be making their appearance leaning over the back fence to remind you that you didn fc have very good luck with tha tomatoes last year A Jot of peopla would be given work if the onedayinseven Biblical rule was enforced says the new secretary of labor Yes but dad and the kids arent a bit anxious to wash the Sunday dinner dishes Scores of bands will appear in the parade at Washington tomorrow But that doesnt signify that there is liarmony among the ranks of the Democrats Jake Edell tells us it Is becoming increasingly harder for fathers to work their sons way through col lege Some predict a return times after tomorrow Continued on Pape Eighteen I Stuber thrilled his audi LITTLE CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE ence with several dramatic incidents and then added a light touch with humorous anecdotes His speech at it Dr Mansfield Cleopatra for 3 special mes sage to the United States Faithfully recorded on a phonograph disc here is the advice Dr Mansfieldsaid wafted from her ageold lips to the moderns across the seas Just and2uxurv Turn to God in your troublesRotuni 10 ths simple ilf2 and your former greatness will return street damaged last evening when while waiting on the northeaft r25ed 15ioriler of Pifth and Market streets by a trolley car thatswung off Mar ket street onto Fifth street the im pact tearing the front left fender away Another crash recorded at Sec ond and Wilson streets between cars driven by Samuel Goldberg 176Park tvy Fletcher 2533 West boih czrs being badly damaged but the drivers escaped injury ese Negro youths in their natty cTj t white aprons and cap added finishing professional touch to the session 4 twith her character istic efficiency turned out a number of dishes that were pleasing to the Continued on Page Thirteen TREASURY WASHINGTON March Treasury balance as of March 1 Cloudy with not much change in their own wartime experiences strange peculiarity of Lieutenant uenan temperature is the prediction in I Stubcrs career was foind I in the fact Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey that he never faced American Delaware prob in combat and Maryland It fair tomorrow The highest temperature here wouldencounter Whenever nis battalion was ordered to a point where they the Unltcd e at terday was 43 at 3 P M and the soldiers Stuber was detailed on snf 32 at7 cial duty to another sector The Ger age of 38 was two der last year Maximum temperature for the date is 66 established in 1921 and mini mum 8 In 1836 Sunrise today was at 631 M iK o duty to another sector The 8 was two degrees above manAmerican said the hlcher irMiAHoin K mandants were aware of his Ami citizenship He brought out the personal feeling between the German and British sol diers During the course of some se vere fighting No Mans Land had Continued on Page of good jcou can lay a little bet that it wont be necessary to bank the curves on the road co prosperity A local schoolboy won s jlgsan puzzle contest this week But may grow up to be a useful citizen in spite of that The Weather WASHINGTON March UP Forecast for tonight and Saturday Western Pennsylvania Easternenn sylvania and New Jersey CIondyVtoT niffht Saturday probably fair not much change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 39 11 a m 39 Noon 40 l p m 44 s p m 46 43 50 51   

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