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Publication: Chester Times March 15, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE .NKT KAID ( I RCI. LAMON HJR SI v MONTHS ENDING SERI EMBER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★★★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17,541. Dativ Leased Wire Report* of United Press (TTP) and International News Service <INSt CHESTER, KA., WEDNESDAY. MARCH lo, 1903 EIGHTEEN PAGES TRICE, TWO CENTS COUNTY BANKS OPENED; DEPOSITS GROW IN VOLUME Ten Institutions Outside of Chester Doing Normal Business - List Is Not Complete—Depositors Flock to All Reopened Units, Smiling and Confident lief Ll RE’S VOTE ON SINDA Y GAMES BRINGS (OMMEN! Adverse Attitude On Sports Hill, Surprise to Assembly C hiefs Hope Abandoned for BHie I .aM Change for at Least Two Years PLEDGE ECONOMY AND BEER ...    __    HARRISBURG,    March 15—(INS' S WO ,000 Deposit Gam rn CHester Banks Yes- Liberal loaders in the Stale A •< mb.* i    ii/*,    i    i    in'    ,    a/»*    •    today virtuallv abandoned hope of ob- I era ay,Withdrawals being at Minimum— ralI„-ng ,egr,hzrd sunday Bn.vb.ii m Situation Almost Normal For the Entire Pennsylvania tor at two mom years.    I Cnfin/v Afr Hnlirlnv    The    state’s    Blue Laws, weathering county arter nouaay    storms of varymR dpgrrps sinee their -*    enactment in 1794, successfully stood i heir firs’ major test in the Senate. The Schwartz bill permitting outdoor sports during for afternoon hours on the Sabbath under a local, optional licensing plan, failed by two votes. The score was 26 to 24, Tine house had passed it overwhelmingly. One of the surprises was the adverse vote of Senator McClure, of Delaware county, which aroused wide comment. Dejected liberals saw little chance of resurrecting the measure. Only Delaware county’s banking situation was almost normal today, with the opening of almost all the county banks, both state and national. The banks permitted to re-open this morning wore: First National, Media; Swarthmore National, Ridley Park National, Interboro Rank and Trust Company, Prospect Park, Main Line Title and Trust Company, Ardmore: Tinicum Bank, of Effington; Lansdowne National, Marcus Hook National, Morton National and Wayne Title and Trust Company. The list was not complete and the (Tifton National Bank was awaiting word to open on a minute’s notice. The Darby National and the Media-Sixty-Ninth Street Trust Company are operating on a moratorium basis. Opening of the county banks    .--------- PENNA. ASSEMBLY LIGHT WI NFS PUT RLSHFS MF ASI IRF    L ZZ L TVL ? IU AMLA ULAM hr,    INTO RITT JL I* ¥    Me    JmsJ JLm*i JLmJi J m, JJP J JLmJi J; Ml*/ BY SENATE GROUP TO CONTROL BEER Plans to Model New Law On tho Old Brooks’High License Act Sehnader Gives Opinion; County Hoards May Select Drink Places House Measure Emerges From Finance Com* mittee of Upper Chamber With Amend* meat Inserted and a Prediction That Beverages Will Be Available by April I developed the same situation as that of yesterday in Chester when all the banks nex-e threw open their doors. Depositors arrived in droves and soon the banks were humming with activities. The county batiks reported, as did Chester that depositors greatly HUGE BUYING IN STOCK MARKET exceeded withdrawals it* ii tm a    a i %    ,    /v    Will    Ut’    uiuppeu    emu    g Yesterday, it wa unofficially re- AA all Street Hearts Op- will be drawn immediately timistically to End of Hanking Crisis Smilingly confident after assuring President Roosevelt of prompt enact- , v. ,,    , nicnt of his budget-slashing and beer programs, Senator Joseph I Robinson j ,, ‘l„ T i> V (left), majority leader, and Levi is JI Douglas, director of the budget, are pictured on the steps of the White House after their conference with the Upon the request of two Senators who President, voted in the negative may a reconsideration of the vote be granted. The Strobic Blue Law modifier lies on the House postponed calendar. It was uncertain whether the bill would be called up for a Anal passage votf. Liberals lost their enthusiacm and felt that the Senate vote dooms also the St roble Measure, which provides for Blue Law modification even more extensively than the Schwartz bill Reports in the House today indicate that the unemployment relief program the Rici committee submitted , will be dropped and a new measure ECONOMY BILL TO PASS SENATE COUNCIL VOTES APPROVALOFNEW BY NIGHTFALL POL ILE OFFICE Debate Limitation Imposed Ordinance Fixing: Job of wraith, the Brooks High l u n e HARRISBURG. Pa.. March 15    ~    „    . 1 r<nn u    «    s    rd    Grape Growers of West Coast. Insistent on Ex- against Congressional action today to "prevent every corner drug store I in the slate from dispensing good j beer". Congressional approval of beer of 1 3.2 per cent alcoholic content would i make that beer automatically legal beverage in the Keystone State and would permit its sale by any mercan- ! tile establishment That is the opinion of the state’s highest legal adviser, Attorney Gen-j era I William A Sehnader. Sehnnder's opinion, in which some I do not concur, is that the state enforcement act defines as intoxicating I that which Congress shall rule m- j as non-intoxicating that winch Congress says is not. At present legal near beer, so prescribed by the Volstead act, is sold by drug stores, groceries, butcher shops, chain stores and by practically every mercantile establishment in tile food business. Extension of the alcoholic content of beer would not change this condition. according to an Interpretation of Sehnader'* position. To correct this a special legislative committee hastened preparation of a liquor control bill which would be modeled on the plan formerly in fleet in the Keystone Common ported a gain of $500,000 in deposits was noted in the Chester banks. This proved beyond peradventure that the confidence of the patrons was established IOO per cent. One of the deposits Nvas for $100,000 made by an official of a business concern. Originally considered as the unemployment relief program of the State in Contr o ve r s y Over Veterans* Cuts Superintendent of Police Passes First Reading Law. tending Modification, Win—States Likely to Fall in Line Quickly, With Possibly 23 Acting on Measures—Will Raise Revenues WASHINGTON’, March 15—(INS)—The House hill legalizing 3.2 brrr was approved today; by the Senate Finance Committee. An amendment including vine of light alcoholic content was inserted in the hill. Senator Reed, Republican, of Pennsylvania, a member of the committee, predicted that beer would be available by April I, Senate leaders planned to briner the amended bill up for passage as soon as the $.500,000,000 economy bill is disposed of —probably late today. "I predict legal beer by April 3,’’ said Senator Reed, Republican, Pennsylvania, as he emerged, smiling, from the committee room. Chairman Harrison said no other provisions of the bill had been changed and that as approved bv the committee, it permitted unrestricted advertising of the legalised beverages jus was provided In the House Bill. “We may be able to get to the beer bill today after disposing of tho economy legislation.” Harrison said. NEW YORK. March 15— I INS)— Wall street reacted optimistically to Thus today, the situation is quite    banking    crisis bv improved over that preceding the np ena 01    canning crisis ny banking holidays when worry and throwing huge buying orders into the unrest was discovered in some quai*- market when the New* York stock tors of the county. Business is being exchange reopened today after the done as usual, merchants are report- holiday which began March 4 with ing increased sales and a serene, con- suspension of banking facilities all fidential attitude is in the air.    ovor t^e country. Opening prices showed gains for Republic n Organization, the Rice    ..    fjwe Hmwi'voN    latrine    ll    heavi'iiimrl    Fur    tensing places by county license Report now’ seems destined to make    A it HS ll TC I KAIS    KOOS! \( II    .MUHS    II.    I H «l \ < ll JKH I,    I Or-    boards or the county court*. Fees Continued on Page Fourteen Dict cit OI itll I    OW Cl S to FLAMES TH KEATEN EAST END CARACK McClure repeal RILL UP IN HOUSE will ti may be presented Bassos F irst Rending find Later Chairman Harrison somewhat n the Hou r of the General A    <    >    modified    the    beer-wme program, ex- < M today, would provide for :    Provides    for    Convention    plaining    that    it probably would not Delegates in suanee of licenses for drink-dts- Force Slashes WASHINGTON. March 15 -(UP) mer Do!leo Chiof Snit! lo p>r such licenses would ba grad-int r i oui i x nu I, odin lo URted ln nrroniimrr. WJth thf, si/(, of Be Slated for Dost    the municipality in which the enter prise is established. Brewing also would ba regulated. Creation of the office of Superin- i The plan looked further ahead Scrip Redeemed Yesterday scrip poured back into ‘J*® most pfrt, otJPmJ I? 4( P°inUi kLwLf .ho ri.octor riMrinir ’A’ith one stock, Corn Products, rr- cording a sensational    advance    of ElOt.lSf? Association, I no Celli    is    *2*71    «    cJ-»,.A    *    <    inn surd yesterday morning and not lone J7 3 af f£a,e:    ,A    b    °ck.    Pl    ,L?°0 afterwards, th- certificates were being    ^ares of this stock sold    at 06    at    the presented for    cash or for deposit.    N ‘    ,    *    ... ,.    .    ., Except for    those pieces kept    as Coincident with the opening    of    the Fire threatened a large garage on Morton avenue, between Ninth street and Chestnut street shortly after 9 o'clock last evening, prompt action by Senator Borah, Repn. Idaho, made a tencient of Police is provided for by than Volstead Aet, liberalization for nates to spirited attack on Congress today o-ffin-iner nm-enter! bv m-,-or ^ 0Iso provided for a system of con-, which w for an apparent readiness to re- ‘.V.1,,.    ,    T    ,p    '    ,    Mayor    _    ;    ,    ,h    , linquish its fiscal powers with admi*-    ‘,ul’    ’    n’;f    Vh^Vi’    l»v*‘    cli    v    ;    Continued    on Page Fourteen , Two 1 sions tliat it, could not economize. reading a & ion ii id . ( it v    Lnri    .tlf, come before the Senate until tomorrow. Senators who sat late last night were anxious to adjourn today after HARRISBURG, March 15 -GNS) tSa 'S ?l \he <™nomy bill and . ,    ,    _    possibly    several    nominations. lim House today passed on first 1 Thf* logaltzed beverages maw he reading the McClure Senate bill pro- placed on sale in states which permit Council, y* t-rd. iv niton mon and the or i;|. 1 vt ’ t ’I VTDh\ a. son h-.s fwrni-hed she busts tor ’ I a, IN I .Mi I InlUlll ill/ LVA1TI> II \ irriirimi)C< elected from each of Hie 34 r on grot-Kl I (M Iv HAI (iii I Ii KS ,sternal districts and 17 at-large. it, 15 da vs after President. Rnostevelt signs the bill modifying the Volstead Aet, Senator McAdoo, Dem., Calif., offered the amendment to extend Die modification to wine and fruit Juices. There was no record vote. Inclusion of wine revives the argument with which Capitol Hill enter-tamed Itself last session regarding I he House Committee amended the the palattbtlity of 3.2 lier cent wine. Nilling for the election of 51 dele gates to a constitutional convention will pass upon proposed repeal Eighteenth Amendment. slates of delegates, one dry and the other wet, would be on the ballot*. One delegate would be Borah charged in Senate debate on district fire companies preventing aer- j    president RooseveltL economy plan lous damage. The flames were con- •    that demands of executive agencies    eoivsmerablo speculation    among thorn fined to an oil draining and repair ;    were the source of Federal extrav-    allied with municipal    luTiUrs    aud * 'when*1 the fire was discovered a    ,lk'incc*    --- Following the reading of the Ord I- I    A    habeas corpus hearing,    started    ^,l/,n!aklT^ ^ mandatory^ that the    j Some persona said wine of so low large motor transport truck was over    WASHINGTON,    March    15 UP-    J^^^or Ward made the follow-    this    morning at Media before    Judge    With‘th* regular * general^lecuS!    I Sffctwy beverageWOUld n0t ^ a 8at* the pit it was hurriedly and driven    Senate leaders today resorted to rigid    *n*2£f I, ii!    John    M.    Broomall, 3rd,    by    Mrs.    Mary j next    November.    1    ~ out of the building by firemen. The limitation of deb. to to speed enact- lins ordinance Is aptest talon be-    Gibson    Rnhimnn    in nhini< ! Another bill 1 burning oil in the pit caused a dense    ment of President RckxscvciL a OMO.-    ,r r0Lr>.s anri im! iv iduiU***t hat't he    ef!l'V    tlir    ('ustf){iv    of    four    daughters,    was    nth ut    Iona!    convention of 208 dele- J it    was put In cliv or tomorrow Chester’s ex-   —    .............—S*’wfth the’''uv'of ‘oTl *’ fire 1    mJL^    etem v of the police department might baltei abruptly about noon upon the gates elected in the various legisla- | The apple industry of the north- uerience SS was exceedingh’ kr(5 throughout the country reopened ion With the of    of    tl]c    meaxm    „e improved bv (he in bvt urn of a    «’    ffie    attorneys    rn    the    case    five district! of the State was intro- west led Inst session* lobby for legal- brief    The certificates    were    first %-    for    business    this    morning.    Exceptions    3"^,,itHs ‘ the fire was extin-    Senate amt'ndmrnts    will    require the    skilled police efficiency man With    to have til#* courtroom cleared.    j    duced by Rep. W. C. McGregor    izaiion of 3.2 per cent. fruit Juices. sued'    last Saturday    morning,    in a    were    the    Chicago    Board    of    Trade    and    RuishVd wit.hin’ ft few moments after    bill to bo returned    to    the    House, but    that thought in view, this ordinance,:    dr.ed al/pSotk,    except    j    ^ pKition from the federated    ref2^eTt“n!r?hehp7opZd"mod!l souvenirs, banking officials exnect little of the scrip to be on view to-Chester’s New’ York stock exchange, the New* York curb exchange and nearly all other security and commodity mar- Grape growing areas were Insistent, however, that wine be included and limited amount, to make up payrolls and the recall was issued yesterday, thereby setting a record tor the duration of this form of exchange. County bankers and employes were all smiles this morning as their in- ,,    ..    ,    „    ...    the    arrival    of    the    first    of the fire com- it is hoped that body will accept the an stated, is precented    1    „v,,i«hwi    in    Phdadoinhia ( ontinued on I age two  A    nt    email    antnmn.    mMii«.niinnt    avniH    fjm    «ir>jav    nt    “The appointment is not for any    nniHu    s,    (hared    ft    mn    (hutches    in    I    hmm    ipnia    .    id    I    .1    I panics. A number of small antonio- modifications and avoid the delay of CHI NT Y DK ISON    .biles    and    several    large    trucks    were    a    conference. HUNGER STRIKE FAKE -IVV ii,'d tline It is in tin nature bl ,ht* roon’ According to the record their support of the McGregor plan . , f ti., I,,,, ii    ....    i    ■    A    .*    ,    ■    ft,    \    i    .    .    ,    .    Anti    nvohi    Ut    I*    <1    riMi    4« fan cu* «f in ' UEveryd ieee of fire apparatus in the suitory'orations punctured by orca- The Individual's identity has not !-f’ city responded to the alarm for .monal flareups over the controversial been made public, but rumor has it 'J""*    ,    L    P. ,.tne Pl Both Samuel E. Turner, warden of through an error, two boxes were $400,000,000 rut in veterans* benefits that James ll. Deavenport, former ' i^/nder-'ml^rtn It Continued on Page Fourteen Broadmeadows Farm, and prison of- turned in from corners near the scene it provides that no member may chief oi polh < and recognized as a ,    "    ’'    '•    '‘[j    \m finals this morning strongly denied    of the fire. The first alarm, calling    speak more than thirty minutes on    met disciplinarian, will be the    ’ '    * nn 1    n    navc    D( n that a two-dav hunger strike had the district companies, was turned in the bill or more than 15 minutes on choice. Others who have been men-,    .„„e taken place at the institution as had by a motorist from Box 131, located at any amendment.    tinned for the place are Captain of    ’    1    ;    /    *r(“Y”,!T been published in several Philadel-    Ninth street and Morton avenue and    The two days and one evening of    Detectives George J. Feeney, Traffic    (Hv.e    A    ‘    I J,. M , J.; phia papers this morning.    the second alarm, was sent in from    debate hove accomplished little more;    —-— - When the warden’s attention was ! Box 157. located at Tenth and Walnut : than to demonstrate the thinness of j    Continued    on Page Fourteen called to the story thus morning he streets, by a night employe in the,     —----I    -—r%r^;"7'.7rt' said, “There is absolutely nothing to garage. __  |    Continued    on    Page    Fourteen    HAIN AND I OLDER lie add-d that sim ii; 1 :*    (HOSS    INQUIRY    RIVER TI IROUfi H DARK WEATHER FOR AREA Continued on Page Fourteen I WA I,HK ICS WIFE thpBtparage at K’r but U.av * XW HmK.tlm,    impoard an' cx.inU. Vuh .ha ‘ho5 of    ^nd^’taMrwht    ‘n    * 'a mad no dan,aa,-    ..    aha,-    n,oro    than    Mxh-rn    noun of dr- roallxine hanrlirial . itnmnVn arp^.ado,,'I    ------- ast, and that Robinson took the chil- I’. S. REPRESENTED | DENIES SETTLEMENT IN LEAGUE CROUP UPPER DARBY MAN ENDS UIS LIFE Despondent over financial worries, according to attaches of the coroners office, Henry A. Aaronson, 61, of Long lane and Calvin road. Upper .    ,    , Darby, ended his life by inhaling have gained circulation, one about f ----*u----u...    .1---- likp    thp carbon monoxide fumes yesterday *our months ago but they, like afternoon. The body was found by (>,;p    released,    were    the    figment Mrs. Joseph Houser, from whom jof t}ie imagination of Philadelphia Aaronson rented a garage located a newspaper reporters who were run-block from his home    ning    short    of    news. PROMPTLY ANSWERED MECCA FOR A NC CERS Rain and rolch’r is again today, With have weather tonight, in L Authorities at the local head- Followers of Izaak Walton quarters of the Home Service Section been turning out in large numbers Vi,tdn N< MIAMI, Fla, March 15-irNS) — .. (Mni _ Mrs. Janet Allen Walker, estranged (.IM VA, Man ii Iv    lh    Wjjp nf former Mayor Jimmy Walker, advisory commit ce Of the league of    of N,.w york tfx|av emphatically del ax;    Alice Phinney, ten, and Mary Ser .P°nJ todSv wUh""the' UnitS^fatcs    nlrd lhp b'ushand she is uumg for di- r junk no    ii    secret ly today, witn in unit a malts    vorce on a charge of desertion has represented.    «    settled $100,000 on    her. 1 ,!!* ( brutlan    r ange of    Norway.,    “There has been    no settlement    nor presided I he committed first ap-    any discussion of *ueh,“ Mr*. Walker proved Washington a answer to an in-    declared. vltatton to join,    j    ------------- Hugh Wilson and Frederick Hayer. representing the United States, waited in the office of Sir Erie Drummond. secretary general, until they were informed that they were invited, Dunkan, ll. ROOSEVELT I! VS JOB RELIEF MESSAGE the prediction WASHINGTON. March 15 HJR) " . h colder \ two-point tiro;’ram calling tor the Coroner Scheehle said Aaronson Warden Turner then said that 0j American Red Cross received the past sew ral dos and their ap- Mae^iand F;.*r end committed    suicide.    A    note addressed    pverything    at th<    prison    was    going    a request from Mrs Thomas    pen rn nee along the hank* of Ridley    *> tomorroa    tom a- to    his    wife    read:    “I    could raise    no    p!r,ng ^seieneiv and    that    Heir was    MrGeehan, of 318 Lloyd street.    Mon-    River, in Chester Park. *. a true har Uie hight t    temp' there ; ^ay, that they communicate    with    hinger of spring. Many men who are    terday was 53    degree n on    the branches in Los Angeles.    Call- ;    unemployed spend th** mornings and    and the lowest, was money, and this is the best, way out. The note was found in his pocket. not the slightest truth that, was any cause for any concern on thP branches in Los Angeles, uau* j unemployed apr... ....    ..... any subject whatever. IR closed by fomia to ascertain whether her son, afternoons perched on the "orna- • Th Into th<* meeting TEMPOR YIH MAYOR LANSDOWNE JI) BLESS    fhat    Ihc    h< Ida* ‘or fake 'fhnmas A MeCieehan. of R26 South mental rail of tim j - icidge and r w    AAiitinpf    must    bre n nitre! as wrll j-jopr strrrt, that city, had r^raprd points of vantaRo alonff the* bank' tr,('n ci< iptf1 . ah' vc* TO BE C:IN F^N YN ORK !bf> bank liolid ,    injury    in    the    recent earthquake dis- peacefully putting hours of waiting March 14 last v Between fifty and seventy-five unemployed men will be put to work by Lansdowne Borough when work is begun on taking up the trolley tracks in Baltimore pike in Lansdowne on March 20. The job will keep the men busy injured about the arms, w -n an for a month or six weeks. Applica- automobile he was driving was in tions for employment will be re- ; collision w ith a truck at Seventh reived by Frank B. Titus, chief and Parker streets, yesterday alterer police, who also will select the noon Tile truck was driven by men. The work will be under the Wilfred H. Tig, of 9 Garrison road, supervision of the State Highway Parkside. No arrests were made. aster.    A A wire was immediately sent to the Red Cross Chapter in Los Angeles and within a few hours the informs- __ tion    was relaved to Chester that John A. Burns, im    East    Kenneth-    Mn.    MrOwhan’,; son. though hr had street, Philadelphia,    'was    sllithtly    brrn    in ,he m v afleeted b> the AUTO COLLISIONS; ONE MAN INJURED peacefully put „ . for a nibble from the fish to be found perature for the (Lite 1 in the muddy waters of the creek in 1®03 and minim ut Sunrise today was Penn,vvl-    immediate cmplovmcnt of at least Jersey,    Delaware and    200,000 men in the national forests .    ...    ,    A end somewhat colder and experimental farm relief will be Dybemipon i jlirmm((md ushered them j    submitted to    Congress soon    bv ratine here yes-    j    President Roosevelt, It was    an- s. at 4 45    p.    rn.,;    nounced today    at the White House. 40, at. 7    a    in.    j    Mr. Roosevelt    was expected to    send average of    46    wan    six d« grees    a me* sage to Capitol Hill tomorrow rid seven-    ;    on the unemployment relief feature average    i    He will ask permission to put people man tom-0, established SEES RESIGNATION OF J A RA VS PREMIER TORIO, March 15 (UPJ-- Resignation of the cabinet of Trime Minister Ma koto Raito after Japan officially withdraws from the l eague of , ,.. x x ,.x «T I». 1 , .m/1 t nn Nations wa force >st, today by tho ( II OS It N IN ( HK ALO Vernacular Pre The privy council ___ _____ prepared for final consideration of UP» Frank government s note to Genoa. CHICAGO. March 15 quake, had escaped injuries. EARLY MOK NI NO ELECTRICAL STORM swollen by recent rains. SCALD! I) HY TEA Frank Klein, of 229 Booth street, w’as given treatment at the Chester Hospital for scold wounds of the body. The youngster upset a pot of boiling tea at his home last night and the contents drenched him. and turn J* astern f in 1888. vat at 6:13 a. rn ll be a) 6:07 p. rn. Lrd Time. to work not only in the national J, Corr, middle-aged Democratic fore t - but also on other government alderman, was elected temporary pro j* fs that would not conflict with mayor of Chicago last night, succeeding the la? I Corr ive now being done BAH I I;MU ItS HL ADY Topicsof Times I*. S. TREAS! HY BAI \\( E WASHINGTON, March 15    1 INR» —Treasury balance as of March 13, $104,170,038 96; expender* , $17,345,-449.21; customs receipts, $3 363,020.03 Department. HIGH SCHOOL PUDIL REPORTED MISSING Me   ________      Accompanied    by    vivid    flashes of A second collision was reported lightning and crashes of thunder, an this morning    o’clock,    be    ectrical    anil    rain storm visited this machines operated bv Edward J. city shortly after I 0 clock this morn -McGinley. 9 Main street. Upland,    ing.    J    ^ ,, , , and Oliver J. Logan, of Brookhaven.    Rain fell in    torrent* and    the light - j    _ This accident happened at Twenty-    ning flashes    were almost    incessant    — first and Madison streets. Both    accompanied    bv crashing    pca.s of |>hlla. LawVC*r t« Alf! Scil The mother of Stanley Joalo.ski. machines were slightly damaged.    thunder. No    damage was    reported 2712. West Fourth street, today asked    ‘     I______________________________   — ----—— police to broadcast a description of lier son. who left ostensibly for Chester High school yesterday, but never reached there. The missing boy is 16 years old, 5 feet 8 inches in height and weighs 135 pounds. He is wearing a light cap and sheepskin lined coat. The mother received information her son and three other boys boarded a truck bound for Maryland. NAME EDMONDS AS MONEY, JEWELRY PROBE COUNSEL IS BANDITS’LOOT ALBANY, N. Y . March 15 CUP)..... I fglrt thousand bartenders are ready to serve th*' populace us soon as Concn .h and President Roosevelt approve modification of Hi* Volstead Beer Act, Samuel Covet',kl, president of the New York State Bartenders Union, said today. EXCHANGE SEATS IIH.HUI NKW YORK, March 15 'UP) — Arrangement* were made today for the sale of a seat on the New Ye■ k Stock Exchange at $100,000 Anton J. Omiak. iv cd 3.7 voles out of 50 Twenty beers for a dollar instead T’lte remaining 17 refused,    four    0f S1X ).. tire kind of inflation that hours of biller p< usonnl *1* tate, to many working men can understand. vote for anyone, as their loins camel    ____ to vole, mo*.!. *if them expressed them-    a speaker at    Rotary yesterday    said ■elves as favoring the veteran John    most    men in    Turkey have    four S. Clark for the temporary mayorship.) wives 'They must be bears for i punishment. Ill it Si MLM E COMM! TED Most women weigh more in HARRISBUKO, March 15    • INS) winter Ut in in summer, sea Doctor Mrs Mary Stankiewiez, 49, of ,Sha-    Btu,    it can't    be the heavy un der- mokin, today won her fight to escape    Wear    but the    heavy colds. Pennsylvania’* electric chair for the    -—— murder of her 70-year-old huaband. The maximum temperature on jacob, ';*■ 1 November. The State Mars is around freezing and below Boh rd of Pardons, within two hours zero at nights, they say. And. one Halt and Rob .Motorists in the last previous .Hie on March I. of after hearing 'he* plea of her conn- might add, pretty much the same Snatches “Bag Bold” But Got Only Dead Poodle ate Utility Quiz; ( lure for Action ,    __    ,    .    $90,000.    The    high    of    the I pper Darby township; in 5,000 on January 18, cfi commulation of the conditions obtain in .some apartment senfcnee to life imprisonment. houses. it VK iii I r. \s 11 ls i i (. We wood today whin a st,on was heard re-Hook woman and a William Kowol. of 2615 Third street, was choppin* in the    yard at the    rear    of his    gardmg a    Marcu home yesterday when    th”    hatchet    her attempt at providing he was    using slipped and struck him    burial plot    fur her    dog en the    leg inflicting a    deep    lacera tion Kowol was taken to the Chester Hospital for treatment. HARRISBURG — Franklin Sp* rn delphia, former today was named _    Senate Uti In time.s of national emergency and Alighting at Third street and Edg- mittee Simi; bank moratoriums manv are the mis- mom avenue she decided to walk to nouncement takes made with reference to hoarded Fourth and Market streets to resume McClure, cl gold, but one of the most, unusual her journey by ca was made in this cit’ INS) March Ii cr Edmonds, Poilu-state re presen tat! v e, chief counsel to the Investigating Comous] y with the anil Senator John J an that the probe nj ted. rman will be vigorously p was learned    "That's quite a heavy suit ease.    Edmonds    sponsored the    1921 you have there, lady," said a man    Teachers'    Salary Act be,arms as he stepped beside her and ofL req    name H”    succeeds Oliver    K V decent 10 help her with the bag, "Yes, ■ is and contains something that I hate to part with too," ;”p!led of the    disease    that    caused its death    the woman as he dried a fresh.tear not    mentioned,    but    it was stated    with her handkerchief, and agreed    mittee to activities. ThuJJS Were Unarmed Pretending to carry pistols in their rout pockets, two young bandits stole about *$60 and nearly $1,000 In jewelry from moiorit’s on Monument road. near City Line Harry Man uh. 30. 225 Huntley road, Upper stopped his midnight to on Monunv ti Roosevelt Sets Record for His Time in Office ate de] Conn *PPf The canine s name and the nature HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACFS TODAY HW United I’re*;*) Pittsburgh, who resigned as the cornin im'"c's chief counsellor. Senator McClure said: “It Is the thought of the rom-gorously continue all its All leg.slation on utility matters will be ghcn immediate con-siderat ion. Dart; ut nm iv, told poll obi Ie shortly ice he WA.' Mf ING ! ON. W 1 , , JfyJO ■ I I riel alture is Just around the corner phi* e a headfigh it I bulb The end of the bat king cri*.s to 1- At his insistence, Volsteadism will be I. along the Pi ilia - ; riav, v villi iii** re -opening of thou - , kid rad into the discard in another rv C l ib golf con r» f ! sands of small bai files throughout in e 24 hours. up i beside me ar <1 two ;countr y. brought 1 (1 a * lo " a 10-da y I I 1 has st ll bern done at such out,* ’ he said. “'I hey period of national tensity and gray - fire itth-taklnc speed, such dlsreuard k ’n ’n up’ and bile bv su Ch as Was! nington never ha .s ' for conventional precedents, as to They are going to have a nuper-vuor of police here. We were just wondering which group of poiiee ha will supervise. Lest we forget. Wasn't there a man named Garner who got some -oil of job in Washington recently? A woman in Philadelphia wa* Lien having a coal wealth. \T TR OPK XI P VRK I— None). “—Mur Pay, ! rebus, \ga-un, I achigan. 3—Gallic. I— None 1. . —Our Sable. H— N one !. I — High >nf ks. Brandon Prime. Weather, clear, Ua<K, fast. were  ___________ . that his owner was an apartment to let the stranger carry the myste-house dweller. And down in Maieus nous bag. Hook, like all other big cities. Lh* They were getting dangerously apartment dweller is not    burdened    close to the doors of a down town    The bill reappropiiating $100 000 to    iii    coat pocket and pretended ta with the worry of summer gras*,    bank when the woman stepped into    finance the inquiry wa brought out    holding mowing.    the street to see if an Eddystone    of Senate committee today and will ‘ Mighty nice of them." said the car was approaching    be up for second    reading next Monday woman a's she hung up her telephone The stranger had been making his night. after having told an Eddystone family own mental deductions,    No    action    was    taken    bv    the    eom- ‘ the scarcity of dog graves in the Evidently believing that the bag he mittee on re ignatioio. of J Julius oil town. They had told her they was carrying was weighted with gold Levy, Sci*' mon, and J. Cullen Ganev, woald be glad to allot a plot in their which the woman was returning to Bethlehem, who were Eatons a. o-bai k yard for a mound,    her bank, the self-appointed baggage    elates in the probe. Securing a sheet, she    carefully    smasher decided on immediate action    Dr. John G Henry, Philadelphia, wrapped the body of the drad pct and He fled. The woman wonders what continues as advisor to the committee p'aced it in a dress syjr rase Then was his reaction when he discovered on proposed legislation. The rom mel! told on* took my wallet, containing about] witness* $40 my gold wrist watch and a I    Throuj diamond stickpin, the other stole $16, cairn I v a diamond ring and a dinner ring one whe from    my    wife.    |    humor, I I    don    t believe they were armed    veld but cafh of them kept a hand in    Pitch-forked    intl be    I    as no fireside ut    ev pistol ”    j    upon to face    at    th About two hours before Marvixh ministration, he h was robbed. Gabriel Muller, 32, 5106 to accompiishmenl Hazel avenue, told polite.he was held ing legislation in t up by two men who stole $< and a matl.v could be ae w*ii:t watch from him on Monument mouth-* ti*1 has road, north of Cit v Line, in tower i force. Congress me Merlon township, adjacent to West    'Today Ii*■ is    viu Laurel Hill cemetery.    dictator of the iii Muller's description of Hie two t * cid h** will tx* robbers corresponded with that given equally dictator bv Marvixh Th* v did not molest a *; n .-ct nm* Sunday baseball and football will till be taboo in Chester. But it will I* ave Washington, accustomed to    bf> possible to have a little gam* more Bcd;,a- procedure. literally of poker in the ha cg room of son;* gasping and wondering what manner speakeasy, of man it is who has thus taken Frill ad PPI n D. & alation been * *t of hi yen throng! ; far-reach ss than nor ailed in lei the dr 1 vin iially the bank Ilion. Probably armed with aln - charge of things. Although he has grinned and Joked 1 through it all, the stress and .strain J * of til** first ten days in the* White - House have left their mark on the 1 new Pi* iident. There are lines in his - face that were not there on the - wind-swept capitol plaza March 4 1 when he grimly promised to obey and defend the Constitution. He has had no exercise. He has ’ had very little sleep. He has lunched at his desk. What little steep he has ; had has frequently been broken into I Ihe Weather WASHINGTON, March 15— IPI —Forecast for tonight and Thursday: Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey:    Fair    and raider tonights .1 hursday, fair. Western Penns\bania:    lair    ani colder tonight; Thursday, fair. TOD AY’S ll MPI K AT URE powers to cut and by long distance call*. He has run hi* Blaff rag! so muon ma! I th# boarded a trolley .cene of interment. car for the rot o*vTm* of gold, but just a poodle, mjti.ee will meet here again on Mon- girl compar, on cf Muller He said rad at that. day. * he did not see their automobile. hundred* 01 minion.. 01 doubts sn-nualiy. A semi-dictatorship over a*- ( ontinued oil Page I oui U* 11 6 a. rn. 7 b. rn. Se rn, 9 s rn. IO a. rn. 44 ll a. rn. 46 Noon .. 47 I p. rn. 43 2 p. rn. 43 ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: March 15, 1933

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