Chester Times, September 12, 1933 : Front Page

Publication: Chester Times September 12, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania WE 00 OUR PAKT 58TH 17695 Dally Leased Wire Exports of United UP International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latet and Best News of the Day GROUPS OPPOSE CUBA REGIME CABINETSWORN Army Officers in Fortified Hotel Make Charges Talk of Traitors Other Societies Hostile San Martin Calls Minis ters to Take Oath HAVANA Sept dent Ramon Grau San Martin strug gling against fast crystallizing opposi tion named his cabinet today He hoped fay this means to keep the revo lutionary movement in power The cabinet formed after two davs in which the new President strove anxiously but vainly to placate party leaders contains men of eminence and popularity But none of the powerful older parties is rep resented Predictions were free as the Presi dent summoned his ministers to take the oath of office that his regime could not last Army officers gathered in their fortified hotel were charging that the new government was dragging the mass of the citizenry to despera tion1 and were talking of traitors The powerful ABC Revolutionary Society which had much to do with Gerardo Machados tail was definitely hostile The OCCR Secret Society equally potent was skeptically hostile Mario Menocal former President and leader oE the Menocalistas definitely was against the government In addition there were two of laundry and ice plant workers These however were declared to be of only local significance Grau San Martin remained opti mistic He hoped for early American recognition The problems presented by the attitude of the army officers will be settled in satisfactory manner soon he said to the United Press early today With the Cabinet func tioning and with order being main tained throughout the country I am confident that I shall soon obtain recognition He added that he was optimistic re garding pending labor questions any of which might precipitate such a general strike as led to Machados fall The politicians and soldiers have had their share in the revolutionary spotlight But it was the working CHESTER PA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1033 S PRESIDENT GREETST HAVANA Continued on Page Seven LOCAL ANGLERS MAKE RECORD CATCH Frank Gore Lawrenca Smith Nor man Knox Prank Thomas Joseph Colona Joseph Collette and Willis Soles employes of the coke ovens plant of the Philadelphia Electric Company and modern disciples of Isaak Walton motored to Little Creek Pel yesterday and spent the day fishing The party proved to their friends they were really flsher men making a catch of 488 fish which Captain Irvin Pleasanton of Little Creek claimed was the record catch of the season Lawrence Smith succeeded In bringing in the largest fish a sea trout weighing five and threequarter pounds This outing is an annual affair but this years catch far ex ceeded that of any other year And as a result many of the mens friends are enjoying fish dinners tonight PAID IN MINOR CASES FARMERS PLAN OWN MILK CODE They Say it Cannot be Done Until Distributors Costs DRY OLD MAINE WET ON REPEAL 3 VOTING TODAY State in Which Prohibition Was Horn is 26lh to Throw it Over Colorado Maryland and Minnesota Casting Bal lots on Issue Colorado Maryland nnd Minnesota voted today on repeal of he Eight eenth Amendment Twentysix states already have voted wet Repeal leaders expected by tonight to be only seven states short of the 36 necessary to abolish national prohibii MERCHANTS URGE THE COMPLETION OF NEW HIGHWAY C oi C Division Members Will Make an Appeal to Local Authorities Speaker Describes the Need ior MacDadc Boulevard Through This City A pica for lie united support of Chester merclwiits mid others to have Die completion of the MacDaeie boule vard consummated at the earliest pos Demand for Houses In the West End Tliere Is at present a demand hnWinSnSln End More inn 100 houses were rented in Hint section during thn pnst two weeks nncl yesterday one realtor turned away as prospective rent ers becausn he did not have homes available for them The demand s ft hitrbingcr of better times and for Ulc divines of lie NKA in the BlueKaKlc campaign Severn I houses have been sold but lift Bifftlost demand is for houses lor rent ANOTHER NEGRO GROUPSUPPORTS SCHOOL BOARD ovc hoi M otnUUL liUAKn necessary to abolish national prohibii n of nuMMK sra USSR issr XW a BBsyg WSSuS or Rac m i in t m of ImveThe voW KT K money for it nnd all that stands in the way of lie completion of this o the Volstead net was among their speakers Wets however insisted mat Minnesota was with them and impartial observers were inclined to agree Maryland and Colorado were both regarded as irrevocably wci Mary land wns a polneer In the revolt against the Eighteenth Ajnendment and has been considered wringing wet for years Colorado until re cently was firm to the dry cause If the apparently irresistable tread toward repeal which bowled over the I 1 Lin road are the authorities of the City of Chester who must be convinced that thecompletion of this splendid thoroughfare Is not only desirable from the standpoint of convenience but bccsuise it will tend lo enhance real estate value wherever it goes At the conclusion of M Abe Tallin stated that the oad would pro opportunity for delivery of mcr Interference by Politicians With Teachers Rapped by Rankin Negro citizens who claimed that liey represented the of nt lonsl seven hundred ndult NCIUO resi dents of this city liwt evening ap proached the school directors at their regular session In the Larkin build ing Brond and Crosby streets with n West that the mtich discussed Frederick Douglnss school be nn noimccd ofnclally ns a Senior Colored HlRli school Their spokesman said tiiut AJUC i r 1 iv LuiuininLu inftt inosc who were iMfltinirtrirr n New Mexico and Idaho vote next appointed to cooperate eleventh grade pupils strike which has uosrinv viioiiio ntn i with the Parker Avnmin iTirit nmiiitni nils PRICE TWO CENTS HEARAHH IN RUM RING CASE FR1DA1JMORNING Attorney for Indicted Men Confer With Federal Judge and Prosecutor Action Follows the Filing of Defense Motion to Quash Indictment Following a conference in tha chambers of Federal Judge Welsh yesterday between former Judgo Jiiines any Gordon St John R K ocotL and William T Conner repre senting 59 Delaware county residents who are under federal indictment and who entered picas of abatement last Suturclny nnd Chot A Keyes special deputy U S Attorney General Friday at 10 a in was fixed ns the time for arguments on the defense motion to qunsh the Prior to the conference Mr Keves luut asked Judge Welsh to fix tomor tV to forestall any rtelny in the trial of the case which he hopes to call for October Defense allorneys opposed this on thc ground they wished more time to nre inufl nrguments Eight points worn set forth in tha abatement pleas for quashing tho indictments but they cover only two specinc allegations One ls that tta oe over the mcr tradltionally dry sentiment of Maine i c1Rndlso which prior to the building continues unbroken repeal will be S roncl hnrt jcc unsatisfactory come an accomplished fact Dec c a motion that a committee The Delaware County Committee ot Ona Hundred a nonpartisan organization of countywide scope i last night announced their endorse Rob R rnntif n LXVMJ XV WOMEN RUNAFOULOFLAW LI till JUdliU VUm liCXL 111 t itjj nj tllC Tuesday Virginia votes Get a i ltlc HlRhway As Jmigc Albert Dutton Muc othcrs for the purpose of o Ijlltii tillUUt mcnt of ticket for the primary cleci tion September 19 The candidates I Are Known j T i James M Hamilton Middletown Attorneys representing the Philatownship for controller Thomas P deiphia Milk Exchangeemphatically i tVCneyfMdia for Jurv eommls denied today that distributing com1 j Omiti 1VJILD J Florida Oct 10 and Ohio Pennsyl vania North and South Carolina and Utah Nov 7 Thc ropeaUsls sc may lose two and still have the w necessary 36 Actual repeal must await thc 30th state convention that ratifies the 21st J1R1UI1K m tnc business zones was repeal amendment Ohio on Dec ae n tllkon UP merchants thc e wc as continued since the schools opened last Thursday morning were running i or e purpose of conrny ho ment o E ouiil Kuupovt for worth the Negro residents of the city and ly nm i Plcslclcnt Ralph Swarts appointed thc committee IV 9r additional street ture Wallace from inspecting their Agent Make Good When Charges Are Dropped will be the 33rd state to hold H convention The following day nnd Maine hold theirs PORTLAND Me sept iviu aept UP ins sleep of several prisoners was Mmne ncxt to Kansas the driest of the states repudiated national prohi bition today by a majority of better of the rehearing in Philadelphia milk marketing pact said the dealers had always expected to reveal their profits and costs of operation to the Federal authorities Charles Edwin Fox representing the milk code protest committee said when the figures of the distribu tors were available the various farm organizations would then be in a posi tion to present a new code We can give the figures regarding production of milk Fox said but until ail the figures are available on GREEN OFFERS RECOVERY PLAN UNDERNRA CODE Organized Labor in Cam paign for Higher Wages and Shorter Hours occasionally interrupted in police station last night by the wails of the three youngest prisoners ever to spend a night back of the bars The oldest was not quite a year old The babies loudly made known their respective wants and the mothers in turn told the turnkey who was kept busy keeping an ade quate milk supply Alilk is not part of the menus served at police station the fare there being confined to bologna crackers and aqua pura fvIfct IIs not tne rault of the children that they wsre in jail It was the lauit or their mothers who likn most nomads are afflicted with a yen for breaking the laws ConCinucrt on Page Seven ment The essence of the protest revolves around the spread received j by the distributor During todays hearing H R Lonir acre Collegsville Pa dairyman charged that the Philadelphia dis John Burton of the 1700 block Verdun avenue was arraigned before Magistrate Edward L Shumway of the Seventh ward last night on charges of assault and battenand disorderly conduct preferred by J R Ranney of the 1600 block Concord road Burton was assessed the costs in the case and placed under a peace bond for his future good behaviour Elizabeth Lane of the 200 block Edgmont avenue appeared as the prosecutor against Ella L Bolden and Eddie Paine of Central avenue She charged them with assault and battery breach of the peace and dis orderly conduct Magistrate Shum way placed the costs on the defend ants and required them to sien peace bonds MISSING ON CRUISE COLON John J Callahan and Solomon H Churchill army privates at Fort Ran dolph were missing today An air plane search for the small sailboat m which they set out for a cruise Sunday was unavailing ROTARY CLUB SPEAKER Leroy M Lewis will be the speaker at todays meeting of the Chester Rotary Club having been secured by Dr William B Evans chairman in charge of theprogram Mr Lewis topic will be The Four Winds of Rotary tilo went riding in operated by an automobile Matilo They GUAF ZEPPELIN HOME FRIEDRICHSHAFEN Gennanv Sept dirigible Graf Zeppelin landed at 115 p m today from South America REPORTSALE OF NEWYORKGIANTS Jimmy Walker To Bc President Sees 8 Millions 11 iir I Creek branch of the Penn 01 Work Jjy AVUtter sylvania Railroad Here they pilfered i the casii register of and later if Drive Slows WASHINGTON Sept r stole S2 from the pocketbook of Miss Margaretta the station President for A C Blu inenthal Is Report BROOKLINE MAN VICTIM OF HOLDUP Bandits who police believe had followed a jewelry salesman pa tiently for many days last night succeeded in making an easy get away with a satchel containing watches valued at S6800 W T Schweetman of 244 Oxford road Brookline this county drove up last night to the store of Johh kang Kensington avenue Philadel phia Selecting a bag containing items that Lang had asked to see Shweetman locked the door of his car and went in the store vm that another car Organized labor opened a determined doubfe Continued on Page Seven campaign today for still shorter hours and hieher rjoHrttmi i r HLHIHJ automobile Word reached f Copyright by International News Service A Stonehams majority in terest in the New York Giants Na u uunj JlUUlo 21 Vj and higher wages under National Hej the covery codes t 3chweetman the feet back of One of the occupants smashed woud reman unernpio y da he be and the car this I American ietJeration of Labor de CHnVi T i u le clared seven or eight million persons m w Railroad police and Patrol L JliUn itOEIOSinSrCl Doth of HaH both of whom had the direction u iviiiuiii ULItlll LJUJV CU till LllG I VlPiftTi ginning of winter unless the recovery fn h the direction drive is speeded He said the the machine was traveling tion demanded ihey arrested the man and three sold to A C Blumenthal theatrical promoter for a price reported to be The International News Service learned exclusively today that con tracts for the sale were drawn up last week by former city Magistrate Leo Healy of Brooklyn It is understood former ns e original committee being instructed to for The merchants also discussed the dnnsers of the Washington boulevard biiclge spanning the Chester creek branch ot the Pennsylvania railroad inc business men decided to in augurate a campaign to enlist the support of he public to have 5cv span erected to carry Concord road thc preseuL hnm I s both unsightly and unsafe prcvcnt liiK hundreds of motorists from using Concord road from Central avenue CRlt to thc center of the city l he meeting was presided over by durrH duced SwartJi Intro Mr Morris NURSESOFRED CRQSSPRAISED National Director Visits Local Headquarters Comments on Work The Public Health Nursing Serv had taken heir compinlnts upon themselves despite the wishes ot the masses Henry thc Toller the spokesman for MP persons who the spectators seats In the board room wns introduced AS thn president of the Independent Social Club for Colored Working Men and Women In opening his remarks the spokes mnn said We nre trying to nncl out wlmt our people arc trying to do with the school bonrd He sutd that the Information of his group cleaned from the dally papers and from u m ml Hln MhC hful Ind ented that there was a group of three prominent Negro citizens who he named ns Hcv L S Moore Dr j Hume Miller and Lewis M Hunt who were requesting thnt the pupils of elcv qesng nt the pup the Frederick Douglass school Condiiueil on Page Seven DOCfOTSEEKS CUSTCMOFSON Marital Tangle of Man Who Wed Navy Figures ExWife Revealed Habeas corpus proceedings have fcjut v nt Ji UUlILlilJJJiS J11VG hnds bccn startcc Media for the custody 0 a 12yearold boy said to be with j his Krandmothcr Mrs Alice Anthony is contrary to law Tho second is that persons not witnesses at the time were In thc Grand Persons close to Mr Kcycs denied emphatienlly thnt nny unauthoHzocr persons were before the G ra d Jmy at any time during its inquiry y His knowledge of the law Is too SC r5ivc anci if u were not Mr ffcrmll i Smrta Oosccutoi to pei nit his case to be prejudiced CmaimCri the March Grand Jury hold ing Is nnnl session today lo wind up odds and ends it Cmitmucd nn Page Seven CARS CRASH7 MAN IS KILLED WOMEN IIUtlT Gcorpe Morrison 33 of Chestnut street West Chester who was n u cc in an automobile collision on the rhorntonCHcn Mills road near Broadmcadows Prison Farm early juries succlllllbcd to his in Following the accident he was Chester HospTtat where physicians pronounced him dead upon arrival His wife Frances who wns riding in the car with him when the accident occurred tiilnert severe cuts and bruises as SMCr MiM Margnret Hal Both women were given ihclr Mrs Morrison is a daughter of Michael HRlligiin of Crmcordvllle The driver of thc car which struck the Morrison vehicle continued on his way after the collision without thc lnjurccl persons INSPECT SUPPLIES OF LOCAL GUARD UNIT American Red Cross Public Health Nursing Service Washington DC vhen she visited Red Croi head quarters in this city recently Aflcc 1 w making a Muss Deiaski Centers im Chanses in temporary codes to cf avenfiP ct a real shortening nf thn nr at Sixth feet a real shortening of the wor weeks Edgmont J Walker will ol the club under conditions of the sales contract Hcu This morning railroad authorities i Walkcr for many years has been MOII and Miss Marsden agreed to droo i clse friend of Blumenthars j niie New high wage levels and an end n Miss Marsden agreed to drop J friend of Blumentl of wage differentials between north charge of larceny provided their s and Hcalys and the anr nnfh i niOneV WflSi rpttirnprl Tlin DOtlncement Of hie futiirn An M r J VL1ILCIS I 11 riei the Red Cross was accompanied by Miss El a McNeil of Philadelphia Director of NursinB for the South eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Tlje Euests spent two hours nt the Chester and south money was returned The gypsies ia soutn was icmrnea ino gypsies No deviation from provisions of the I willine1Jr and also paid costs 5t guaranteeing workers the All the defendants camp in Ridley township fOUTHS HELD out a satchel and walked away with j I CLOUDY TODAY FAIR TOMORROW Cloudy skies are predicted with probable fair and warmer weather tomorrow teSav wK TnVJT lowest was 61 at 730 a m The the average September 11 last jJ4uiiuiwiio L t it recovery act guaranteeing workers the right to organize uve As Green disclosed labors program Tnvr as drafted by the federations execti A V live council there were these addi tional NRA developments 1 Administrator Hugh S Johnson as as wilfbe tlilVA U11C fltl nouncement of his future connection was no surprise The deal was to have bccn pl03 f n ani Powel of the loca organization Roe lo become known it for free care of thc e prenatal care among ex mothers and nM other prominent New York Miss HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY fBr United press GOVERNOR A GRANDDAD BOSTON Sept ernor Joseph B Ely of Massachu setts was a grandfather today The former Louise Ludwick of East Brady Pa wife of thc governors i only son Richard gave birth to a vuhs nad day office ael A Honnn Both boys who live in the vicinity of Second and Jeffrey streets were r Ior lnc snic Delaski In the face of dc j And llic ever mounting demands on their time and strength the nurses are carrying nil win filln BY PIIPTI PARTATTC lvith sPirit i l UJ iljC5 1 Lo During thc aftcrm Morris at 303 Enst TwentyBccond street this city The action has been started by Dr Robert Buermann father ot the boy Gouverneur Morris Buermann who claims the boy has been moved from places in New Jersey Delaware and this state in the past two years The doctors wife Mrs Jessie Morris Buer mann wns granted a divorce from him in Nevada on September 2fi 1931 Since his former wife and her mother have refused his demands for supervising the custody of the boy Dr Buermann says he has taken court action Judge John M Broomall has set September 27 as the date for a hcar mort habeas corpus petition was filed by the Inw firm of Lutz Ervin Reeser and ProneAeld The court action started by Dr Biicrmann Ls just another chapter in his stormy marital career When the original Mrs Buermann was In Reno awaiting her divorce she was surprised one day when Mrs the afternoon the comment P was maclc lnat tlle local organiza im children In S tion is imdcrstafTcd to handle thc rtlierCn rilllS On tmi r u nt ri of Compan rh rnfnntry last evening in P Eighth and 1 an official visit was made to the company by Captain Harrop supply officer of the regU mcnt He marie an official inspec tion of the supply rooms of both Companies B and C and pronounced all equipment in firstclass order after its storage following use at the recent summer camp U S UP The treasury net balance for Sen tcmber 9 was Mis cellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for thc month through Sep tember 9 were arrested yesterday by a iti0 Ls to hnndle the a v ted headed by Captain Harry Robinson sWn urby amount of free work The wns accompanied by who received a tip that five Negro nrMr i to National Director stated that she it is reported youths had hroiMi iiin Fnc Uppei Darby School Board allow had found this to hr thn j broken into the place known to no re w 11 last vear Maximum temperature for the date is 97 established in 1931 and mini mum 43 in 1917 Sunrise today was at 6 39 a sunset will be at 715 p m Daylight Saving time FIRST SOCIAL SESSION The Pretzel a fun aggrega tion of Chester Lodge No 483 B P O E will hold their first gettogether i I this evening at the Elks Home Fifth and Welsh streets A varied program entertainment has bccn arranged by the committee in charge service was discontinued tnis year as an economy measure AT LINCOLN FIELDS Thc Missourian Air Race To be run as fourth race Bocaraione Finnic Lc Florc Kine Pin Tamerlane Peace Lady Fid UB as third Domino Trek Watch Tower Water Port Port OPlav Weather clear track muddy AT ROCKINGHAM 1 Time Supply 2 None 3 Lcrack 4 None 5 None G Beth Hogan Forest Faun Flying Dragon Re nivuus Sfsko Weather clear track fast All Must Register to Vote On Important Measures DARBY COUNCIL NEGRO STUDENTS Requests Change Bc Made j Leader of Citizens Group 41 im IJ n fount this to be the case m many of he Rod Cross Nursing Cen ters she had visited The local organization under Mrs Willirru M Powel chairman includes Mrs Garnet Pcndleton Mrs T Ed ward Clyde Mrs Kingsley MontRom ery Mrs S Blair Luckie Mrs Erh Mrs en rs Charlotte I Clarke then wife of Lieut Commander Vincent Clarke who was in command of the dirieiblc Los Angela visited hcr Mrs Clarke Dr Buermann Buermann nnd Mrs Clarke were married October 9 1031 less than two weeks after Mrs Buermann se cured her divorce Buermann drove to thc Twenty second street address yesterday ac companied by a deputy sheriffwho served thc papers nnd announced the Relative to Payment of Coupon Bonds Col James Nothnaglc Dr R ClS hlV Gcorpe Armitiige me and savins Dmrt ir William M Powel and Dr P j Van Keuren and saying Dont let him take me away I want to stay with you grandmother Makes Statement Critil cizing School Board slrtctcd basis or many months cored bv members of Darby council VM is iJin uy cirui Several measures of vital Import1 registration day before the mhmrv nsr IorLhcir allcgcd lack ance to every resident of Delaware i of next car P y lhc Ir county are to be voted on next i listed as grncie of Douglass School Seventh street and Central avenue absolutely refuse to attend classes in that building Each day they have made an attempt thc Chester High School and Fulton streets and each Topics of Ta Pat Han leys shift wants to plav Captain Robinsons shift a game of soccer That should be easy there arc some terrible kickers on Harrys team Tho return game between the cops teams that played last week will be out in the country When the first game wns played Desmond and Grancsc were at sea 1934 Times Year Book Now Being Prepa red valllablc concerning the social nwM i oiicn bonds which hw foijni sn r v LCI niKii lcl cperiiig every town borough and political historical mrii f onp T measures unless he is registered the unemployment relief the bonds tod been made pavabie o 3S wel1 as a gold minc of a complete almanac and the last opportunity for regls thc tho tne National Etonk Altcthe arMvC Moore one of the concerning county government That The 1934 edition of the Chester will navp fn tincc nn iv Mm me j actlvp tvorkprfi nf I briPnv sVrtrHnc Yfar RnnL ni rtotiiT my Ten years after it happened a fel low was arrested for killing a Leiper villo bobbie Thats getting asvay with murder for a long time The states seem to be doing a snappy job in transferring from the water wagon to the band wagon Paris recently celebrated the 176th anniversary of the birth of Lafayette Lafayette we arc still here if your descendants want tojiay up A county farmer boy of 80 smoked his first cigarette the other day It should be interesting to see if it stunts his growth The lutfst president of Cuba Is A doctor Maybe he will bc able to give thc populace the rieht prescrip tion Dispatches from the island say tha sugar crop is shot But they always seem to be able to raise plenty ot cain rs early in the new year than The Weather C i iivi U111LUU States Senate and other SUte nnd national offices in thc primaries next spring only if they qualify on the one afSiA sfl y were un of these bonds and when tlicT coupons Sam Kev Moore ter Times Year Book was published the story places xvcre sent to the First National Bank f bllt thcy nd Its grcnt j city and Delaware of Ihe WonSa Kved that Jt is i Chter Time wide Little WASHINGTON Sept Forecast for tonight and Wednesday Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Fair and continued cool onifht and Wednesday Western Pennsylvania Fair and continued coo tonight and Wednes day gister on the for collection instead of forr rdl h P V1050 In i the county has pw i them to the CUy Nationa as e I S5hO wcl11jeh indispensable j editor welcomes quested by the borough H w cV15 1 by the score have been Times readers for Year There are twelve constitutional kSd by Continued on Page Seven Continued on Page Seven s of the Douglass Junior High School to Continued on Paje Seven LIVW k i uuua JOT imDI Address all Book from t 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 60 II a m 62 Noon 63 1 p m 63 64 2 p m 64 64 ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: September 12, 1933

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