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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              GET READY FOR APHLEBUTTER TIME 58TH 17723 Leased WinReports of international News Service NS GERMANY LEAVES LEAGUE AND ARMS PARLEY IN ANGER Officially Announces Withdrawal Dissolves Reichstag and Proclaims Parliamentary Election Nov Dishonoring Demands at Geneva Caused Breach Predicated on Allies Refusal to Allow ReArming Action Precipitates Europe and The World Into a Grave Diplomatic British Proposal for EightYear Disarma ment Sees Teutons With SecretlyBuilt War Machine GENEVA Oct unconfirmed in any way were circu lated in Geneva today that Italy might follow Germanys aclion in withdrawing from the Disarmament Conference and perhaps the League of Nations US DRAFTS RUM CHESTER PA SATURDAY OCTOBER M FINAL EDITION With All and News of the Day K1GHTEEN PAGES SUPREME COURT JUSTICES PAY TO PREsTDENT PRICE TWO CENTS Nan rs members of the Supreme Court irc shown nt HIP n James Mggs Solicitor General of the Depart n en I t Jistec A tornn r Her CJiicf Justice Charles Evans Hughes Justice r S C POLICE AIDED IN UNLOADING RUM CARGOES HERE er s Justice Owen llilrrls Urnjnmln BERLIN Oct Germany in bitter anger announced today her withdrawal from the League of Na tions and the World Disarmament Conference President Paul Von Hindenburg at the governments request immedi ately decreed the dissolution of the dormant Reichstag and proclaimed for November 12 a DRIVER OF DEATH PLAN TRfJCK ACQUITTED Considers Policy for j nAin i Liquor Traffic When Re ti 1 nf R Him or Blame for Deaths of 4 Chester People peal Comes WASHINGTON Oct Working rapidly the treasury and justice departments today were pre alMa Panns recommendations for Presi mentary election designed to test I 7 T the nations opinion of the double Roosevelt as to the liquor traffic policy from the date of the repeal of the 18th Amendment to action on a permanent program by Congress the nations opinion of the double withdrawal which precipitated Europe into its gravest crisis in years In an official communique the gov ernment said In view of the humiliating and dishonoring demands of the other powers at the Geneva disarmament conference the government has de cided no longer to participate in the discussions of the conference and simultaneously to notify the League of Nations of the Reich governments withdrawal from this body i Tcrminer in Undersecretary of the Treasury Dean Acheson was designated chair Gaskl11 was On trial charged with being responsible for the death of FIT P Gaskill 24 of Sscond and streets this city Henry J Knott Rockdale Md was found not guilty by a jury in the Court of Oyer and Wilmington yesterday one of four persons FAIR WEATHER WILL CONTINUE It will be fair today and tomorrow THREE STEAMERS CLEAR THIS PORT Three steamship captains took ou i iiKJK UVU and warmer tomorrow in Eastern clearance papers yestci day ut the cus Pennsylvania New and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 65 degrees at 1201 a m and the lowest was 49 at 810 a in The average of 57 was two degrees below normal for the date but nine FORD COMPANY ENFORCES RULE Former Mate of Sun Oil Company Tank Testifies on Protection Afforded Group Unloading Hundreds of Cases of Liquor at Dock Along River Former Deputy Links E F White With Com mercialized Vice And Also Tells He Was Paid to Remain Away From Another Witness Causes Upro ar Jersey in Federal Buildin Fifth and Welsh streets Thevessels I and their destinations arc Steamship Dago which recently discharged a cargo at tho plant of he Scott Paper Company cleared in ballast for Balti more The Norwegian cleared from the dale is minimum 35 in steamship plant Only Applicants With Let ters to Be Considered for Reemployment i Svoldcr from and Gothenburg Uniformed Chester policemen wore sliUlonod tit a dock at the foot of i Jelfrpy street to protect tlui unload luff of liquor it wns testified In Fed mil Court in Philadelphia mis morn mf by a former member of an oil tiinkcrs crew Tin witness wns Peter A Tovasson of New York City who stated hc nui taken two trips with rum cnr 1Vhm lle llis he did not want to through Hvitli 1 i I 111 StlUlt II ill tnlrl rr Admission to the Ford plant In the ship i this city yesterday and today for men 1Ic veliiled that on October tO applying for work was by letter only IProachect by Captain b D 611 a was when ue beverages Acheson man of a committee by Mr Roosevelt i tS after a truck to draft thfi policy That will include not only the temporary regulations put a legislative program of control taxation and tariff on alcoholic anticipated that effective December 5 an opportunity to decide vthese ques Continued on Last Page TRADING DULL IN EARLY STOCK MARKET NEW YORK Oct Trading again turned dull on the New York Stock Market today with prices irregularly lower Oils showed steadiness at the open ing as did utilities But the remainder of the list slipped off fractionally widest gains coming in some of the alcohol shares and some specialties Among the market leaders U S Steel was oS i point to General Motors was down at 28 on a 5000 by repeal or whether portions share block Case Threshing Machhv of tnem the 2Ist Amendment indicated that probably months consideration would be necessarv by Congress to enact permanent they were Crystal Beach Md was struck by an interstate freight van on the Philadelphia pike near Bellevue early on the morning of August 21 i Twenty other persons were injured of the r ndant vs tried on an in NRASEAON PRICE CONTROL Groping for Some Middle Ground of Agreement Strikes Worrv a gallon tax on Just what recommendation will made to the President was not indi cated since Acheson has not yet seen the report of his experts Hepomted out that the tax level must not be at Bellevue early on of last August 21 Twenty other persons were injured Three other indictments forman Company Trainer NIGHTOMJRT SESSION HELD Sentencingof Defendants Found Guilty Until Monday Deferred WASHINGTON Oct HUPj Two cases before Judge w Recovery officials grouped for some Froncflcld yesterday brsides the middle ground of agreement on the motion court serious problem of price control day with efforts to restore industrial j peace causing equal concern defendant September 20 called to learn if the Tlle livUp rumor of the part few duys that the JPin lo llUl some would reopeji was true Iho Delaware river It had been learned that more than i ovassor on the tanker stated a thousand letters had been mulled I iraid but was reassured lout ofTcring employment to men whoV been Ixed i ad been employed at the plant previous to the strike According to some of the men now on strike let were compelled to walk out when the chassis line employes laid down their tools and left ihc plant more than two weeks ago It was also stated by men num ilH He stmed I ho Barneeut Light lmni County Trial Booms Business Otic of he mast crowded corners in Philadelphia around p m those days is Ninth and Chestnut streets At hat time Judge George A Welsh generally calls a recess and JndRe Jurors lawyers witnesses defendants and court attaches file out Their appearance Is noted b the foot and mounted trafllc officers nml I hey see that the Jurors in the Delaware county conspiracy case who nre flanked by Secret Service men and Deputy U s Marshals get the right of way The many bootblacks outside the federal building think prosperity has returned They nre doing a landofMce business and hope the trial continues until Christmas tanker hulled oft hi the Atlantic saying After a conversation Burin an Sced o the proposition and in stalled a still in a house on olut 5av completely nc u no e such as would encourage Sster m with the case The treasury prepared a complica tion of all laws now on the statute books relative to the liquor traffic legal and illicit Acheson said that ffitts Jf the November term The verdict followed an address to the jury by John J Morris Jr The National jurisdiction over j LllU Utllil j lants adjudged guilty in all the trials be red among Hie strikers that if thcy hail not already been sent letters of fering them positions they probably would within the next few days More than 100 automobiles were i iMneion ll was unloaded at j plkn nt LeJiievville He met Dolan ha uompletea arrangements to pay mntlc him a iiroposition and Tovasi wncn was raided by Fed sou asked for more money He re cta agents cclvcd the first time and ihe tl iii He slated the same mttnner seven strikes but I 1 1 assumed r the first niany operations session of court was delayed until next week a decision on how it will meet a test of its powers presented by the action of lost 2 points to 63 Western Union was off IVi to 52 while Chrysler was U lower at 41 American Telephone which has moved sluggishly lately had a pffnnf held uroomalls court in the case of the Commonwealth vs Lennie streets of A decision was reached last night r at a meeting of the strikers held Ukrainian Hall aw bv Scotty streets not to return to work at leJ nrc a11 Burman stated that he knew Mowbray chief of police in him f re visited the i TTT v i i Mowbrav street in this city Tovnssoii money Also that Mowbray when iilarmed when he saw unl Burman would cxporicnc trouble on the dock but j willt his truck would that he cot Srottv uhn Hr i Dromwt in parked all tlay yesterday on a pnrkl 10vtlinS was followed oft Barncgat i Ridley township and met ing lot opposite the plant but it was miles nt sen nncl this Vcntly when Mowbrny v stated that the plant had not resumed i nas llnoded at the foot of still He said lle never paid oneraliops Jcnrcy street in this rltv tuw mnnpv reopens Monday that Knott was not guilty of drivin recklessly or at an excessive rate ol speed and also that the rear lights of session of will point gain at the opaning at llTi This brought strength into the utility shares with North American up H and United Gas Improvement un changed Among the oiis Standard of New to attorney General Cummings for an opinion Cummings also was mak a study of the legal aspects of in the stiuation He pointed out that there are many more tangles than appear on the surface The department was giving con sideration to the release of presons in the Federal prisons serving sentences J f it Jersey was unchanged Texas Corj for violations of the prohibition law pcration gained fractionally and Standard of California remained at yesterdays closing level After the opening all leaders slid further and a heavy tone prevailed IT S Steel slipped below 43i New Except in unusual cases it was ex pected that they would be released shortly after repeal The names of these prisoners are being compiled ana a study made of their cases York Central slipped below 36 after 1 AUTOS COLLIDF opening at 36W while Chrysler was off a full point Mining issues were weak U S Smelting slipping below 87 after opening at 89i their demands nre not let Representatives of the strikers have our men The witness snid who tic they arc 1 reuairs Ihe tanker and only prompt assistance to Ul hauiing dis tilled liquoi ran The Stats represented by Attor neyGeneral P Wanen Green and Deputy AttorneyGeneral Richards contended that Knott on his own testimony admitted exceeding the speed laws and also that he not stop his truck at the could rate of trator Hugh S Johnson from ing out his announced intention to reveal what the administration ill on price control pro sold most and battery and i Ported that more men arc to be hired c lctod H1bce nw assault and Dougherty who is 26 about June 10 of bntterv old was i the ac L ted that more men arc to be hired H1fbce llu Held any office In the ownkhID Bur the plant today mitl it is expected ltl not in any more man replied that Dolan n be functioning under normar He declared the cap ship commtssioner HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT LAUREL 1 Z Doeskin 4 Lsonic 5 Swivel Renaissance Heiens Alibi 8 Sunny Susan Cross Road Weather clear track muddy AT WASHINGTON PARK 1 Tryfair Landocer Princess Ivory Monty JI Our Rose Para Four Peggy Gil Miss Flip 2 Sweet Lassie Eisenberg Prin temps Drombo Jimmy Moran Grand Prince Backlog Volt a Maid Switch Gallop La Saile All Hail Pnrtcodine Lamp Black Plucky Lady Star Flay Boy Crazy Playfull Marfha Fiji Volo 5 Interpreter Axlcl First Regiment 7 spsed he was traveling under sixty feet yet he could not see more than 2o to 30 feet ahead on the road due to darkness and mist at the time A similar charge placed against Preston Watson of Chester driver of the truck with the picnic party was dropped some time ago AttorneyGeneral Green would not j state following the trial vhethnr hr PHYSICIAN INJURED lsnd3d tryin Knott on three remaining indictments for nr v manslaughter We will decide that fl Cmt rtf T v JtJitro Ol CtlHJ East Ninth street suffered slight in Junes to his back last night when an automobile n which he was ridin was struck by another vehicle beii operated by Prank Krauss 52 of 603 tht intersec control problem was the price submitted to Monday AaAIfTHONORED BY ulri told him to cither lineun wirh the President Roosevelt after conferences between Johnson Secretary of culture Wallace and Agriculture Ad justment Administrator Peek m UNU J16 Labor Board delayed decision j Testimony was adduced whirh in the Kentucky coal cases because pointed to Dougherty as the man who returned but the i second time tho childs cries attracted the attention of both 1 sister and effectively prowler to make his exit her father installcd scribe of Chester an investigation ively caused the r OOp for the 28th COnCCUtivc CCran0nlCS Continued on Last 1 The car operated by the physician n c rii it was travelling south on Madison son street and the other vehicle was going cast on Sixth street when the two crashed tor Crothers car being badly damaged In police court mg the physician stated he would refrain from preferring any charee against Krauss at the present as he was willing to give him vi oppouumty to settle for the done the car without legal proceedings TWO MEN DYING i IN LAUNCH FIRE TWC PHILA AUTO CRASH broken int5 tho PinnVyhame but Iows Tclnple M S Heps on the morning by Mr Connor in j I epy to the question ns to whether he knew Sykos Falls or Davis Tovns recently in Odd Fel son replied that he did not Eighth and Sproul i thilt 1e 1 ships crew He had seen eked by his at Other ofTicrrs installed were George me run to his wncre Pountiiey high priest Raymond toot of inquestion PIoKs chief patriarch Fred Mills per week protection money SRI nuW drnnn Sproul i JB he knew only the members I wo men were critically burned and five were reported missing last night in a spectacular fire that started with an explosion in a gasoline launch Two piers and four lighters at the Standard Oil Companys lower hook were set ablaze and three and a freighter barely escarp The injured mer rere not expected i live Thcy were on board the launch when it caught fire as it was loading to its 2000barrel capacity A third man jumped overboard and was rescued to Two persons were killed and seven others were injured in a series of automobile accidents in Philadelphia today Ned M and killed by I AIIMI nai ivc V CHUG and Herbert Newson 33 was fatally were DRYSlNMOVETO was Jeffrey street know any of I hem Sykes and Davis t did not U S TREASURY BALAXCK wich Chirles McKeller 35 was struck j Lewi by a hit andrun driver of tent F but day ride sentinel sentinel James Fitzgerald w k tn ve Whiteley inside mcnts but that none was made of the stops to discharge rum cargoes there Tl member of being no explanation for the Encampment No 100 of occasioned by this operation dehv ucllly Palis Roy Benston Negro of Sharon Hill told of conducting a speakeasy in Darby when he purchased his liquor from Max Zisovitz He said he got a cheaper price a gallon from a man named McCarron and shortly after changing his source of supplv he was raided by county detectives He served a term in the county jail and paid a fine of 5100 and S86 costs He saict In reply to a question he did not know Jack McClure of Darby and never had any dealings with him Ramlficationsof the alleged liciuor protection ring of this county today were extended into the channels ol Philadelphia installed the officers Samuel Burman 431 Moore strert commercialized vice Frank fThnnnnn cnprrvf nrr nf iv i nun jii moult Mjitl raet Frank Shannon secretary of the j Philadelphia was the next witness ind looge in KEEP PENNA DRY IN INITIAL GAME Last night a witness Vincerit Massey iti Federal Court in Phila Swarthmore Police Media Foo tball Rooters Tangle A real neighborly brawl was in dulged in at Swarthmore S Stop Gap Flying Flynn Red Boo John Mil Red Casino Don Tasker St Nazairc Wcafhsr clear track xfart Production is Better Than Prediction An advertiser asks why these frontpage boxes al ways close with a reprinted classified ad that has brought the desired result instead of giving a sample which in pur opinion is likely to win Reason is Production is bettor than Prediction Th Chester Timss clFssifiad ads lay thir cnras fa ess up Thcv cannot nil bo trumps but I consistently played thcy usually win the game as this one did ANTIQUE CLOCKS ropilred and rc ftored Called for nnl delivered Harry Ewen 602 Sproul Phone rest of the Media warriors had dif ferent idenF ball field Hlh SceitlS hey wrc ground be School The time was the intprmic Ciausc ther ncak Pass defense sion at halftime in the game bet eeij Cvowd QCCldcd to crfish the Swarthmore High School andIth I ancient rivas jjieh File Suit to Block Vote on Repeal at the November Election HARRISBURGH Oct H Dsy forces rallied behind today to block Cadets Compete With West Chester Teachers An rnterl ainment followed t h p meeting and refreshments climaxed affair on Local fans will be given tho on1 a move portunity to witness two Rood Iccil I a vote on proposed football teams clash at the Pcnnsvl i Amendment in vania iiiuihji Pennsylvania one of six states whose iteenth repeal of the 18th Amendment in j vante Militarv CoHeee Stnrim ix stt Chester Sailor in Spanish Jail Seeking Release nsked a lormer deputy sheriff of Lmwood specifically accused Eugens F White Republican leader of the Eighth Ward nnd chief clerk of the House at Harrisburg Massey under oath also testified that Senator John j McClure through an intermediary Andy Frank Sixth Ward politician and former hotel keeper paid him S75 a wek to keep out of this city after ancient rivals Media The action was perfect interference John Bill nnd Michael iaws and An American who says he S theiv own gonl line The sbbcd a TIA I fnrmpr no yards to his The casualties were slight forulcr placc of tlc side sides but the dispositions received I A u ruffling particularly on the nart nf 1 fheywerc probably biting 01 tncr nails at tns iosjrig tle COJ1 test between the halves the police the minions of the law The County Sealers had cause to rejoice and were losing u time m doing so The football team had retired at the end of the jhalf with a Hpoint lead over their neigh oornood rivnls A IsTEG portion the Media delegation surged out in full force to conquer the remaining blades of grass that the fast eleven had loft untouched Twas thj to town They i by attempting to toss the Media boys back to tncir own sideline bit mldcib Pays enabled tho to scamper at will up nnd 3 greensward made no attempt to resume their scoring role and left the remainder of the passes to their own football team Although in the second half the Swarthmore club made pass after pass they were not even as success ful as their polica force and Media returned homo sporting two victories i one by the score of H to 0 and the show ciusc on October 23 why temporary injunction restraining them from placing the question the November ballot should not bs isucd The orderwas granted on petition filed in Dauphin Countv Court by G W Hart man Harris and Gerald Diszisy Cheltenham supported by several national dry organizations Theaction represents the first test i smoothness They of Pennsylvanias law setting up machinery for voting on proposed re peal uii is iro initial test for the local eleven Prospjjcts look good for the home club They have a bi ranqy outfit is capable of plenty of sped sea and is an American citizen Spanish port will be made to Prcsi to nid the man who in the unfov inan without a country The plight of the American is told in a Imsthy letter written Septem ber 2 lasl from the Mocicle Prison was j 1923 but after 1 few months service locked ho deserted Last year he went to off at a ConUnued on Last Page SUSPECT IS HELD William Surges 17 of West Laurel Sergeant Busher in nn apartment house in the 800 block Edgmont avenue as a suspicious char acter was arraigned in police court morning and was held for Their Barcelona Spain addrcsscd to the clicking with clerk of Orphans Court of this capable reserves have four hard backs and four T A last minute bit of hard luck hit ripWK1VCr 7 WU1 elGCt 15 C3mP Of the Rcd alld Goldwhe delegatesatlargc from a group of I it was learned that Dick Davis nnht i ju ntteen pledged to repeal and fifj not be able to start Dick a The delegates pound guard has been laid up in The will determine Pennsylvanias official infirmary all week with n bad case of l1 l WIH 8 T uc T aUSC BREAKS LKG IN FALL William Kelly 28 of 1183 Girnrd avenue Bronx N Y suffered a broken leg yesterday when he fell on one of the seatriin r i ac MAXV SEE MAN KILLED OWENSBORO Ky Orl Chrrlrs Lee Mitchell 22 of Hcndjr not to i sen nouniy was killed instantly last nleht when struck by the Royal contended such a representative be cause tho delegates would not i recent th various countic districts in the commor wealth They argued also that it attack One burly bluccoat made pass at a Media lad and caught him and l llc cooler went the officers No ran Uom had Scot fast British train at Reed fivo miles west of here Tho accident was witnessed by approximately fifty per spr H c sonswho liad atnered at the depot set at the time but the to see the famous train to don his football togr ai D figured his wenkcnoc condition rep might not pormit him to take part in In car Dick is ivlrcrnteci to tie sidelines his place will bn taken by Beamish declined to comment on the petition but said names of the convention delegates have been cer tified to county commissioners for printing on the ballots School Dave will be plnyirii a team from his own home town He j is a big lad weighing 180 pounds and C Shannon head of the Twenty anc as eld for a eighth Division but General Shannon The youth has ad IC VeV Pa d Ihc army from New York In his letter Woodfield says he wrote to the War Department at Washington for his record to show to the consul in Spain No record irundl but the clcpartmcnt sent j while workiiv a fovm for flllger prints ships now docked at the plant of tha When the prints were forwarded from Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Coni tio Spain to Washington the War Dei pany foot of Morton avenue records identified him as was taken to the Chester Hospital Michael Woodfield The army Is no where the fracture was reduced longer interested General Shannon declared because thcy drop desertion this letter to you The charges after three years aid mei Mr Hill expects to send all the Tierican corrcsponricncs to the White asked for a birth in the hop that Presidential help will Harrisbiin effect Woodficlds release from the Spanish jajl and hfs o hjs native land If doesnt come Woodfirld f that when he is ric nvcnt TODAYS The Weather centrical I wro but they had no record there and veferrcQ mo to Drlawnrr county Mr Hill says thfiv is no record of the registration of tne mans birth WASHINGTON Oct Fair tonisliJ and Sunday ivilh rhinp tcmnrratiirr XVcsitrn rrnnsyivania and Tvirmrr tonlchl Sunday partly cloudy and Arthur Franks afterward to New one taken shortly York of his custody without ond Arrt Woodfield declares I dont want to Continued on Pase Ten I Wocdfieldi enlisteof in the army In European jailsl a a a a in m m m 42 10 a ni 50 4411 a m 58 48 Noon 57 50   

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