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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 201 OS 1 FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of the Day 57TH 17554 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service IXS CHESTER PA THURSDAY MARCH 30 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS ENGLAND CALLS HOME ITSENVOY FROM RUSSIA Told to Return to London to Discuss Relations Over Soviet Arrests Sir Esmond Leaves night Seen Not ficially Withdrawn To Of EXKAISERS LATEST PHOTO MOSCOW March Esmond Ovey British Ambassador to Moscow was summoned to London today The ambassador will leave the Soviet capital tonight His return was in connection with the Soviets refusal to release British engineers facing trial on charges of sabotage Foreign Minister Maxim Litvinofl warned yesterday that the Russian Government would brook no coercion in the affair Sir Esmonds recall to London fol lowed startlingly soon after an official rebuff yesterday to strong British diplomatic representations demanding the release of three British subjects who arc to face trial on charges of obstructing public work The three engineers are repre sentatives of the Metropolitan Vickers firm LitvinofT yesterday told the British Ambassador that any attempt to in fluence the Soviets course of action Avas useless because the trial already had been determined upon and was irrevocable The Soviet minister also said the government had ample evidence of hope that the country can be educated into a return to a monarchy sabotage to justify holding the ac cused men PA BEER BILL ON FATHER COUGHLIN SECOND READING SHAKEN BY BOMB IN IS DAMAGED Members Said to Be Dij Radio Priest Two Other Tided on Measure in Clergyman Escape Seri Face of Veto Threat ous Injury or Death Talbot Relief Bill for 000000 to Pass in Over time Session HARRISBURG UP Pa March developed today among the House majority which sup Blast Occurs Within Few Feet of Bed at Royal Oak Michigan ROYAL OAK Mich March Charles E Coughlin Catholic priest and militant factional ported the SowersConner beer con leader in the bitter dispxite over De trol bill in the first legislative attack j troit banking difficulties narrowlyes on the measurer Governor Pinchot j cnpccl serious injury or death Coday said he will veto when a crude homemade bomb ex The members that defeated a mo ploded within a few feet of his bet on tion to send the bill to in Ways and i the first floor Means committee were reported Ho was severely shaken by the divided as the bill came up The bill j blast passed second reading today howj The bomb ii makeshift weapon ex over It may have more difficult j ploded shattering windows and sledding on final passage j awakening CouRhlin and two other RADIO PRIEST ESCAPES BOMB Some favor the bill in its present form which provides that licenses to sell 32 beer and wines at retail be g anted by the county courts Another faction wants the bill amended to substitute district boards of license commissioners appointed priests who were spending the night in his home Police said the priests were dazed by the force of the blast Detectives of the Detroit police bombing squad and suburban police arc investigat ing A portrait of former Kaiser Uilhrhn of Germany and his wife Princss Hcruiine made a ccjpc of weeks at their home in Doom Holland shows the former ruler arrayed in hir most resplendent uniform which re calls the days when he was the great European war lord With the rise of Chancellor Adolf Hitler to dictatorial power in the Fatherland Wilhelm sees LONDON March British Foreign Office today con firmed that it has instructed Sir Es mond Ovcy British Ambassador to Moscow to come to England for a consultation It was emphasized by high authori ties that Oveys return was solely to discuss his personal report of the strained situation between the two governments and that the ambass ador has not been officially with drawn Sir John Simon foreign secretary informed the House of Commons today of the fact Meantime Simon said he would defer further announcements on the dispute with Russia over detention of British charges Sir Alfred asked subjects Knox on sabotage Conservative Will the Foreign Secretary con sider placing an embargo against ex ports from T am sure the House will agree Sir John replied that in view of the fact our Ambassador who is bur ad viser on the spot is on the way home it is surely right we should Sir John told another questioner he would ask the Ambassador in Berlin to report on antiSemitic ac tivities IN TEACHER PAY CUTS School directors of Southeastern Pennsylvania meeting in Philadel phia in conjunction with the annual Schoolmens Week at the University of Pennsylvania in resolutions today sought permission from the Legisla ture to reduce teachers salaries by five per cent over a twoyear period by State officials and paid The explosion occurred at 2 a 711 nual salaries as the licensing agency i but was not revealed by police for So bitter has become the battle and several hours o important is the issue that orders j Investigators disclosed that the went out for all Philadelphia Repubi bomb was wrapped in paper and low Ican members to remain here for toj ored through n basement window in days session lo vote on thn bill when j a cardboard box A R GRANGER SEES BIG CHANG it is called up and when amendments are offered Democratic legislators whose pow erful aid saved the bill yesterday were reported endorsing the plan of boards of licensure to control the business Meantime there appeared little dis position on the part of the House Ways and Means Committee to move to the calendar the James McClure bills which Pinchot favors These bills provide that the State Depart ment of Revenue issue licenses and mi z i TVT A AT i TTT in mi u i UL revenue issue licenses ana Electric Co Oincial Dej Nation Already Has Begun that permits to sen beer be as easy clares Optimism Now Is Justified to Feel Boost in Kindred Lines Developments of recent weeks fully justify genuine optimism in every field of economics Albert R Granger regional vice president of the Phila delphia Electric Company declared to members of the Media Rotary Club today in urging the return of the confident smile1 This is a new role for ine to oc cupy he observed I have been here in Media many times before I have talked about the electrical in dustry I have even talked a little about how it feels to be sheriff of an Important county during a criti cal period in the countrys history I talked facts then solid facts and I assure you I havent changed a bit for I am talking facts today If I didnt believe this more cheer ful attitude toward life I am advo cating had a base in substantial fact I wouldnt have either the dis position or the courage to face you on ahy such proposition But I feel that this time if we dont let the situation run away with us we are going to see things click again The important thing to recognize is that winning our way out of this depression is a matter of organiza tion The depression isnt like a flood or an earthquake or some ether nat ural disaster It is manmade it came from faulty functioning of the economic the machine re LJ t i tA TWCIX MWi They also asked for an increase in ls 5JiJcV t reair State appropriations and waiying of the automatic salary increases under the Edmonds Act The resolution as proposed by James L Rankin member of the Chester School Board was adopted by a small majority The resolution adopted asked the Legislature to pass legislation pro viding for increase and not reduc tion of State appropriations for the schools the school directors holding that Pennsylvania is niggardly in the proportion of school costs borne from State taxes The State pro vides for only 15 per cent of the That is the heartening fact The depression is a thing we can do something about There is a flippant saying that a specialist is a man who knows Continued on Pagre Sixteen WASHINGTON March The American in cms trial system has begun to feel the effect of 32 per cent beer The Department of Commerce said today that brewers are making large purchases of passenger automobiles motor trucks barrels glassware cereals and malts Breweries will purchase soon ac cording to the department 4590 trucks and 4960 passenger automo biles for use in their business A total will be spent annually for maintenance Overhauling of presentequipment Will call for an Trade estimates to the department indicate an annual consumption 720000000 bottles in connection with the sale of beer Recent orders were large and many small manufacturers are working on special shipments Purchase of raw materials for use in manufacture of beer indicate an an nual consumption of 2000000000 B pounds of malt 167000000 pounds of rice 650000000 pounds of corn and corn products 41000000 pounds of hops 115000000 pounds sugar and 204000000 pounds of grits wheat bran and barley The department reported that man ufacturers of borces cartons and fiber board were receiving large orders and that new design refrigerators were being anticipated Continued on Sixteen HIGH SCHOOL GIRL FOUND MURDERED Coughlin told police he had no sus picions as to the identity of the bombers He refused to say If he thought the bombing to be a result ofhis charges in connection with the banking situation Police admitted they had no clues They pursued one automobile lu the vicinity shortly after the blast and questioned the driver He was not detained The explosion heard for several blocks awakened the priests neigh BONDING CO FOR RAMSEY CHARGES COUNTY GUILTY Petition Says Officials Were Party to Illegal Acts Rev CharlesE Coujrhlin rector of suburban church at Royal Mich was ncnr death early this morning when a bomb exploded In the basement of his home lie vras uninjured Continued on Page Sixteen REPORTED VERY ILL KLINE EXAMINERS GET THREAT NOTES PITTSBURGH March JH STATE RELIEF CASH amincd Mayor Charles H Kline for CHICAGO March twisted bullettorn body of Violet Ganschow 17 brunette student of Palatine High school who had re solved to keep away from bad company and stick to the straight path was found today at the edge of the Northwest Highway The gruesome discovery was made at a truck driver a mile cast of Palatine where the young victim lived on Plum Grove avenue with her mother Mrs Kathcrihe Ganschow Mrs Ganschow had gone to the high school today to Icam why her daughter had been a truant since last December GUILT PLEA ENDS HITRUN CASE Ceilingdale Man Tried on Charge of Causing Death of Neighbor Joseph E Pink of the 1000 block Chestnut street Collingdalc who went on trial yesterday before Judge W Roger Fronefield at Media for causing the death of J H Jordan who on the night of February 25 was struck by a hitandrun driver on Clifton avenue near Parker street in Collingdale pleaded guilty to invol untary manslaughter He will be sen tenced tomorrow On the night in question Jordan state have received threatening j Was getting into his parked car from NEW YORK March Former Mayor James J Walker in Cannes is in seriously bad health as a result of kidney and heart compli cations He plans to leave Cannes in the south of France where he Betty Co mp to n and her mother have been wintering for Bad Nauheim Ger many in the belief that the famous baths may alleviate his condition Dr William H Walker brother of the former mayor revealed this to to NcwJYork bri the Rexof the IlaliaivdncT a quick trip to sec his brother I am seriously alarmed over Jimmys Formation of Committees to Manage It on Satur day Continues March sec ond conflict between Nazi Brown Shirts and the Steel Helmets Ger man war veterans was reported to day in the Palantinatc where Hitler ite troops arrested several Steel Hel met leaders and raided labor camps at Galterswoog and Gcrmershclm The raids parallel recent activities of the storm troopers in Brunswick where the Steel Helmet organization xvas accused of accepting Socialists in membership SEENINOPIN T0SENATE R c s e r v c Board Counsel Says Congress Can Order Single System National Commercial Plan Would Exclude AU the Others WASHINGTON March as the deathknell ni the state banking system theF ccleral Reserve Board today issued anopin ionby Waiter Wyatt its general counsel holding Congress has constitutional authority to establish ji single national commercial banking system The opinion which was submitted to the Senate banking and currency committee cited many decisions of the SupremeCourt which would per mit Congress to confine commercial banking to a national system to the exclusion of the state banks Federal Reserve Board member were held to be of the opinion that the establishment of aunified sys tem ofbanking under national super vision is essential to fundamental banking reform HOME RULEFOR iUNDAY SPORTS Conferees Report Com pro mise Measure for Quick Action Requests Jury Trial to Submit Defense Case UpApril 3 Proposal Goes to Electo rate in November Mu nicipalities Decide HARRISBURG PH Match conferees on Sunday baseball and the House a compro mlac on the Sunday sports bill which would provide tor home Under the proposal the question of The battle between the County of Delaware and the American Surety Company the surety on the bond of William T Ramsey defaulting County Tax Collector for the City of Ches ter promises to develop one of the most sensational legal contests of the current year The American Surety Company was Ramseys bondsman not only if or the year 1931 in which year the county asserts that Mr Ramseys de faults amounted to ot which amount only 520438023 can be claimed against the bondsman but also was on his bond for the year 1930 for which year the county now claims a default of After judgment was entered on the bond for 1931 and the county made Us claim against the bonding com pany for the full amount for which they had become surety the bondincr company filed a petition to open this judgment which petition is part of the records of the case An answer to the petition was filed by the pres ent County Commissioners Charles H Drewes C Edwin Hunter and James F Desmond The case was set lor hearing on last March 15 but was continued owing to the engage ments of some of the attorneys The case will be heard on April 3 The petition of the bonding com pany set out several defenses the first of which is that Ramsey col lected and paid over to the county on the 1031 duplicate and was entitled to further credit for dis counts commissions exonerations and liens amounting to od claims a credit of 7668 for penalties illegally charged against the collector Thecountys answer to this proposition is that they have no knowledge whether such averments are true because Ramsey did not make any report to the County Treasurer showing that he had collected such sums or had been entitled to some of the credits claimed The bonding company further al Conlinwcdon Page Sixteen would be the result of the vote Complete regulation of Sunday baseball and football to be played only between the hours pf 2 and 6 p m would be vested with local gov ernments The report limits the maximum li cense to for Philadelphia for Scrnnton and Pittsburgh for thirdclass cities and for boroughs and townships Conferees report differs from the original bill as passed by the House and amended in the Senate total as compared with 50 per cent tion of in Texas for instance VETERANS TO HOLD AN OPEN MEETING The United SpanishAmerican War Veterans of Chester have planned to conduct an open meeting Monday night at their headquarters in the Nolan Building 521 Market street A talk will be given on the legisla tion affecting the SpanishAmerican war veterans by Past Department Commander William H Roberts of this city An invitation has been extended to all veterans to attend the meeting letters police revealed today Board session todav funds for relief work durin The 370 for use in the 67 counties next month All of it was Federal loan money Governor Pinchot said that the appropriation exhausted all but of the money the board had The allocation provides enough money to last for 10 days Pinchot said I dont know what well do after that is gone Some aid was in sight for the answering the The three physicians were named description of one given by eyewit tinate Steel Helmet organization with District Attorney Andrew T Park to examine Kline after Klines coun sel presented to Trial Judge Thomas D Finlettcr Philadelphia a report that imprisonment of Kline would be injurious to his health CHEESEHUNGRY THIEF nesses as the hitandrun car and tracing its ownership placed Pink under arrest Three witnesses were called by the Commonwealth Rosina S Jordan 948 Parker avenue Collingdale widow of the victim Miss Catherine D receiving masses of former Marxist Socialists into membership in prep aration for a counterrevolt against the Fascists Formation of the governments committee to manage the antiJew ish boycott effective at 10 a m Grady of Collingdale and her mother j Saturday continued today A na program to establish a single banking system restrict the business of re ceiving deposits subject to withdrawal by check to national banks and thereby to subject all commercial to national regula tion and supervision prohibition against the receipt of deposits subject to withdrawal by check except by banks organized un der the laws of the United prohibition against any bank organized under Federal law making Sabbath games instead i of authoriz ing a Statewide referendum on the subject Rep Schwartz Philadelphia told the house that the changes reported were the absolute maximum and that under the compromise each municipality could fix the fee at any amount or nothing under the top price The conferees agreed that full power must be given localities to designate when contests may be held thereby safeguarding the rights of IT r places of worship Continued on PajreSixteen The report will come before the Hoi ice for action during its session HELD FOR HEARING BEFORE MAGISTRATE ncrct week Fourteen boxes of cheese were Catherine A Grady all three of witnessed the fatality Miss stolen from the iMsitland 1129 automobile of M McDowell avenue iGrndy and her mother told of seeing the typo with red wire c Jordan and speed down for April and the same sum for May i terday afternoon the victim of the llc read with lights out and soon Legislature has passed a relief ap while the vehicle was parked on a car ol t propriation that provides Sl000000 i tral avenue near Fifth street yesJ wheels iirikc Charged with the theft of a suit of clothing from the home of a com panion Joseph Alexander 29 Negro of Third street near Flower street was arrested yesterday on a war rant and is being detained atpplJcc tional boycott committee at Munich i station pending a hearing in the of IXAMES SOON EXTINGUISHED The regular Federal allocation has j thief reported to police not yet been made There is an un i expended balance of about SI000000 j Crews and apparatus of the Moya mensing Hook and Ladder Company were called out by a still alarm shortly before 8 oclock last evening to ex tinguish a fire in an automobile in front of a residence at 72 West Eighth street The flames were quickly extinguished in county grants The April grant county is to Delaware i disappear Three or four days later witnesses visited a garage in the neighborhood and identified a car there as the one they had seen mak ing special note of bent fenders bent is headed by Nazi Deputy Joseph Strcicher The wave of nationalism that has swept Germany in recent days emphasized by reports from Kaiser slautern In the Palatinate where an Continued on Sixteen GETS STATE PERMIT ROOSEVELT NOW IN PRESS CLUB TAD DTT T j head lights blood stains on the FmanucI L Mazer trading as the lAlfll and and red wire Chester Transfer Company held a iJAjUU whccls public service commission certificate John J Stetser and Thomas 3 Min today to transport property in the city plone tn I nick Jr were for and surrounding The J lns tO and C William Kraft Jr presented i certificate being granted at Harris HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY CBy United AT TROPICAL PARK Girl Semeier Mac Sweep Chiltenny Weather clear fast AT AGU LIENTE Betty Valley Sun Durbar Selma Barbec Laumaia Lcano Blunder Terror C heed to Sinner Macher Larry Shot Ob lige Favorite II Lass A spado r Moronge Weather clear track fast WASHINGTON March UP Franklin D Roosevelt is a reporter now At least he has the credentials He was initiated into the National Press Club at its silver jubilee banquet j and was assigned to cover the WhiteHouse Describing himself as the most j promising cub reporter that ever came out of Hyde the club charged him to report the detailed doings of the President 250000 Men in Reforestith5 commonwealths MSB ation Move burg yesterday WASHINGTON March T Congress finally approved n the public Final approval was given when the Senate interrupted consideration of the Wagner unemploy ment relief measure to approve re Einstein Scoffs at European War to Keep Ou t of Reich flee of Magistrate Michael A Honan tonight The only other prisoner to face the committing magistrate this morning was Charles Radiss 32 of Philadel phia who war arrested on suspicion He discharged IRATE WOMAN CREATES SCENE Convicted of Violation of Liquor Law She De BANKING BILL UP FOR FIRST READING HARRISBURG March The administration banking code war up for first reading today by the House of the General Assembly The code was reported from corn mill ce not long after Governor Pin chot declared he would call a spe cial session if the 1933 Legislature did not enact this bill and the new Building and Loan Association code In making his special session Pinchot said he would veto any appropriation bill to pay the salaries of the legislators for the extra session Further conferences are to be hclc on the Building and Loan code At torney General William Schnader announced Following a public hearing on the measure 12 representatives of Build ing and Loan Associations conferred with representatives of the State rk T Banking and Justice Department nOuncesRaiding UincerS i covered onethird of the bulky measure ANTWERP March j tion 1933 by United countries many Descending from the witness stand shouting curses in a foreign tongue upon the heads of the county detec tives and operators who had preferred charges against her for violation of the liquor Rosie Cassila of Green WARMER WEATHER FOR AREA NEWRTJLING AFFECTS TRUCK OWNERS A new ruling which affects motor ruck owners operating cither in or from Philadelphia or Pittsburgh as supported by a state Public actvice Commission order today After April 30 truckers will not be permitted to operate in or from cither of these cities until they pro cure a certificate Heretofore the Rirmlng of operations xvas per mitted as soon as the applications were filed Truckers who did not hold a certificate were permitted to continue business providing they ap plied for the certificate ASSEMBLY IN RECESS HARRISBURG Pa March House of the Pennsyl vania Legislature adjourned at p rn today until Monday night April 3 at p m The Senate adjourned for the weekend yester day BOMB FOR ROOSEVELT WATERTOWN N Y March Another crudely made bomb addressed indirectly to President Roosevelt was mailed here yesterday postal officials revealed today Topics of T5 mes Americaii columnists find it easy to create puns these clays Probably on accountof the big joke Shaw who is visiting this country Auto traffic is being dctourcd from Ninth street these days on account of repairs being made to the street paving They detour from Second street just because they wont make repairs George Bernard Shaw made our Ann Harding cry the other day And others have cried when they see how much free publicity the bearded vis itor is getting Ethyl alcohol from corn is now being made for automobiles Next time the old bus climbs a tree you can say Honest officer she was all corned up Greta Garbo is on her way back to the states amid great secrecy No one but reporters cameramen news reel and movietone men and 122 mil lion Americans will be told of her ar rival i Mr Mellon home from England thinks hes entitled to a rest We al ways thought this country had most of the worlds gold and Mr Mellon the rest Theres one way to get your bier Thats being a beer racketeer fVF 000 by 1he yesterday UASH Th mGaurp a forestation bill amendments inserted I should be compelled to intervene col I WRS in Ncw York that he would not return to GcrI street Marcus Hook went to her seat I tnc Prediction today in Eastern 7 under existing conditions 1 in Judge Fronefieds court to hear the I Delaware said I never made any remarks un The in the Ilectively i House yesterday by a voice vote in Lion wnen war threatens the peace did declare that the present period KNOXCITY Knox County Tex I substantially the same form as ap of the world Dr Albert Einstein said is pathological and I am still de March gang of robbers who overpowered Night Watchman in cash FINGER AMPUTATED Adam Schwartz of 1018 Highland avenue had a finger of his left hand so badly crushed while working at the plant of the Scott Paper Company last night that amputation of the digit was found necessary by sur geons at Chester Hospital where Schwartz was admitted for treatment proved by the Senate Tuesday but I tOGlf only after gag rule was invoked to Decision on such action should rest a general international organ n the noted scientist believes the same time he scouted the uggestion that an European war is Continued on Pare Sixteen Ilmminontdeclaring that the present German leadership would oppose hos WAR SECRETARYS GUESTS tilities The present situation in Ger John E McDonough attorney Dr i many he said Is similar to that in Joseph A DiMedio head of the Mercy Haspital and Mrs Harry Tasker of Green river Utah were guests of George Dern secretary of Washington D C yester Italy at the beginning of Fascism But conditions are different and therefore any prophecies founded upon the possible analogy of the two situations would be impossible Dr Einstein reiterated hUdeclara termined not to return to Germany until freedom of speech has been restored Ishall live in Belgium at the seashore very quiet for four or five months collaborating with my Vien nese assistant Professor Mayer The situation of Jews living in Germany Is extremely dangerous he said adding that the declaration of the League of German Citizens of Jewish Faith which claimed that occurrences in Germany were ex aggerated abroad resulted he sur mised from political considerations which might have dictated the j Leagues statement verdict of guilty pronounced against her For 15 years she has conducted a grocery store in Marcus Hook and on February 28 her place was raided by county detectives who found in her possession wine and beer The wine she claimed was for medical purposes but she offered no explana tion for the beer Her soninlaw Louis Caprlottl also brought to court was cleared of any connection in the matter Through the arguments of John J Stetser Tier attorney Mrs Cassila recommended by the jury to the leniency of the Court Another liquor case was that of Harold Tittcrence of Green street this city who was charged with con ducting a liquor establishment in the Dandelions will soon be here No Fair with slowly rising temperature matterhow the unemployment situ fr H a tion is they will soon be working In the old days one would ask for a short beer Just Imagine anyone asking lor such when the good beer and Maryland Tomorrows forecast Is showers and warmer The highest temperature here yes terday was 50 degrees at 4 p m and the lowest was 34 at 6 a m The average of 42 was three degrees below normal for the date and two degrees below the average March 29 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 86 established in 1307 and minimum 14 in 1923 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m EasternStandard Time BILL REPORTED FAVORABLY WASHINGTON March Senate Judiciary Committee today voted a favorable report on the Black fiveday 30hour week bill designed to put millionsof Job Continucdon Tajc Sixteen 1 less back to work in industry becomes legalized The Weather WASHINGTON March forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy and wanner tonight and Friday with occasional rain in east and west portions tonight and Friday Western Pennsylvania Rain and warmer tonight and Friday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m40 11 a m51 7 a 44 Noon 52 8 a m46 lp m 155 9 a m 46 2 p m 10 a m 50   

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