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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              v 58TH 17726 Dally Leased Wire of United Press UP nnd International News Service UN CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1933 FINAL EDITION With AH Latct and Beat of the Day BALTIMORE PIKE IMPROVEMENTS CONTEMPLATED Plans of State Highway Department Submitted to Co Commissioners Provide for 30Fcet Wide Modern Paving From Wawa to Concordville Plans from the State Highway De partment were submitted to County Commissioners Drewes Hunter and Desmond at their weekly meeting yesterday for improvements to the Baltimore pike from Wawa westf wardly to Concordville They call for a 30foot roadway a 10foot center strip of amesite being flanked by con crete strips The new work will start where the pike underpasses the Pennsylvania Railroad at Wawa and will swing to the right over a new rightofway This change will straighten the dan gerous curves in Dead Mans Hill The grade of the new section of road way will be eight per cent The im provement will be paid for out of the road fund and is the first announced for this county The commissioners adopted a reso lution to the effect that Delaware county will not assume any property damages made necessary by this im provement It Is expected they will total possibly County Engineer Wright was au thorized to lay new flooring on the Delaware county side of bridge No 61 which carries Marshall road over Cobbs Creek in Cardington The Philadelphia side of the bridge has recently been repaired Mr Wright reported County Treasurer Dickel was au thorized to pay off a note of to a Philadelphia bank which will leave only a note oS It is hoped that enough taxes will be re ceived within two weeks to repay thi final note The commissioners voted to pur chase the lot of 36 voting machines which have been leased for the past year making a total of 436 machines owned by the county The Automatic Voting Machine Corporationof James town N Y makers of the machines TELLS OF PENSION WIGGIN DESCRIBES iBUY NOW PLAN BAMMERGERS IS SUCCESSFUL I High Salaried ExOfficial Chairman of County NRA Tells How Chase Na tional Absorbed Others WASHINGTON Oct Albert H Wiggin re Committee Pleased With Results Shown Millions of Americans are march tired head of the Chase National jlng m Uncle Sms great Now u tht iBank who in salary Tims to Buy Parade according to and bonuses in five and onehalf R Granger chairman of the years was shewn today by Senate NRA committee in Chester and Dela j stock market investigators to have warc county recommended reductions in wages of 1 Wc received word from Washing j industrial labor in 1931 just 13 days 1 ton today said Mr Granger that after his own salary had been raised I fnfi nation is falling in line for the from s2iaAdf n voar fn nnn 1 big push Mayors in countless cities Continued on Page Fourteen WOMAN IS FINED from 5213000 a year to 5250000 Wiggin received from the bank an additional 575000 in 1931 as a bonus on the 1930 business of the bank bringing his income from the bank have issued official Now is the Time to Buy proclamations local business men have mst and organized and the general public has shown an appre t IrtTl fIO ii 1 ARBITRATOR IS NAMED FOR FORD LABOR JHSPUTE James F Dewey of This City Will Be in Charge of Local Situation Chief Vance Given Leave of Absence Mnyor William Jr this afternoon announced that Chief of Police John Vance upon the tatters request had been granted a leave of absence Chief Vance on Monday In Fed eral Court in Scranton entered a plea of not contnulcic to a con spiracy charge on which he was Indicted with 18 other officials and residents of Pennsylvania Chairman of the Federal Mn Labor Board Makes anPRISON FACES Annomcoent VIOLATORS OF HITLER DEMANDS AGAIN EQUALITY iFORGERMANARMS Says His Nation Will Join I No Alliance Until H Is i Granted PRICE TWO CENTS RUM SHIP CAPTAIN PLEADS GUILTY IN WASHINGTON Oct 18UNS Despite statements from Dearborn that the Ford Motor Company will j not meet with representatives of THE BLUE EAGLE Into League plant at Edgewatcr N j WCe in j session today with representatives I of strikers and an NRA labor board representative in the NRA headquar ters In Newark was announced by Senator rt P Wagner of New York chairman of the labor board He said that his representative Gordon Wagenct had telephoned that Brown and Moak doubted their au thority to continue negotiations but were to stay in the meeting pending iurthcr information from Dearborn Senator Wagner said i lt for meet ing to settle the strike at Ford plants at Edgewateh N J and Chester Pa on Octobar 13 telegraphing effect and suggesting a hearing on allocation of discrimination aaninst employes i thsn mads public the full text of ths Ford Companys reply to his invitation The telegram ad dressed to Senator Wagner and the BERLIN Oct 18 Germany j will attend no conference join no alliance adhere to no convention sign nothing until shf is granted equality with other nations Criancel ties and Johnson Rcguj SlbitahSd ffi latcS It i aids The speech was made to slorm troopers and sublenders of party Moans Fine and Six Months i n on Breaking Code r previous German Governments Hitler lokl his men Europe Has Concrete Basis i to Bring Teutons Back D D Higbee Who Wasin Charge of Tanker Which Brought Cargoes of Liquor to Es sington and Chester Becomes Fourteenth Defendant to Change Expected by Tomorrow visions Board rend Replying to your tfflegram of Saturday Oct 14 and delivered here Saturday afternoon while this com pany is advised by counsel that it is under no obligation to attend hear ings in the matter under considera tion yet tins company takes pleasure m advising your committee that it is not and never has been our practice to discriminate against any applicant on the ground of Unions The National Labor Dorenda Ambrose 29 Ncsro of Fayeite street was fined 55 in police court this morning on a disorderly conduct charge Her husband Frank who had bsen living at ths same ad dress was discharged with the under standing that he leave town immedi ately When arraigned in police court this morning Ambrose told Magistrate Honan that he was preparing to leave town yesterday and had placed his trunk on the rear of his automobile which was parked at the corner of Second and Bevan streets when his will who was in a rage broke the side and rear windows of th3 car Patrolman Rosen who with Patrol ciation of the fact that it will bs very was thnt they were overoptimistic regarding the Uaijue of Nations and WASHINGTON Oct T Fines and jail terms faced viomtors regnrcf of recovery codes and agreements to People while I ain extremely slmlstic about Geneva President Roosevelt Invoked the I The governments decision an Snl ill i I f 11XT 1 ui i Edward Bruner Gives Detailed Testimony on Liquor Sales Gambling and His Various He Chased Andy Frank Out of Sixth Ward Thc fourteenth defendant In the Delaware county rum ring case now being tried in Federal District Court Philadelphia to appear before thr chuiiKe Is Plea from not penal sections of the National imu to withdraw f mm I r glty to s did Zn trial Recovery Act last night in a of Nations nd UK World diKrmaI fore the noon CMK V C sweeping executive order Full powers Conference ushered in a Vie I He K C mtnin n n i Ju for equality of S Johnson to prevent violations af Hitler said tht law and force compliance with codes nnd agreements and regulations issued Johnson immediately the Presidents order with Sun Oil Company tank steam lump Pnssalc Sun which It has been 11kmmuilN iittntuiiitu y tKCUOll lUla tl nlrnKrit rv TVUM i placing those who display the Blue in which the proplo wJl bo nskecl o Ro Eagle under the Presidents reem approve the Bovernments pollcv rVi It expected I hut several other 1 GENEVA Oct IDTi ill change their plen bt hv United PrmtEuropes slntcsmcii lhf llcutllnc tomorrow set by PcLor Kcycs ployment agreement on an equal foot Ing with those for whom codes Iwe been promulgated lions also required Blue Eagle upon demand The President acted under section A of the Jaw It reads The President is authorized to had before them prescribe such rules nnd regulations i negotiations to brin Gcrmmv KIscml U sDistrict Attorney as may be necessary to carry out tho to the Intelnational conference t lfcmctl newspapermen that D purposes of this title and fees for tuiiniincc Hnrvrv Rvi licenses and for filing codes of fair competition and agreements and any violation of any such regulation STRUCK BY AUTO shall be punishable by fine of not to exceed SoOO or imprisonment for not Conllnucd on fourteen to exceed six months or both MOTORMAN HURT former Fourth wiml constable now serving time in Broucl mcailowr pripon would not be cnlled to testify todny as was nntlclpatcd but that he would this week Will there Ijo anything hot in to days testimony newspapermen in quired of Prosecutor Keycs who rc wases do not make prcsorrity and MrGranger stated that the NRA suggested that many industries can officials in Washington i ask their labor to accept m communication to him de reductions of WDgc and improve labor The gins salary increEsedto S25000Q in 1931 who hold automobile code f wtgcs to decrease ccsts dared themselves more than satisfied Continued on Page Fourteen tjon e the buying power of i way the great move MTPTTPV lawysr rhwvedlWWig ment has started I MIXrvHY COCHRANE I Pvc of for 1930 wai It hasalways been ths case In i 1 nnn in imv nsrioris of prnnnmif A IN A i fj 11 r I K IIT17 BOV Periods o Wiggin who was questioned ysrsterf ccsts of j day Miis the first witness today Do you thinkionder the economic economic recover that go aip said Mr Granger At the present time we all to Johnson the two pro uo you the economic nave increased and hours right 1933 by circumstances existing at the time i have bejen shortened thus adding to Service and the tipt the calrncs of executive officers costs through every proi don S Mickev 0 5rourlccn IJIVJIIIUILIU 01 i i the Blue Eagle contrary to rules S H B Ruccr la of 130i prescribed by Johnson Iwenlysixth street The acci hibitlons and take such other 5tens i as may deem advisable to tttcr he had j taken Stllmian to the hospital that he was drlvina on Edgmont avemic Oct International News Continued on Last Page rf t Bank should hava substantially increased in to havs been It Wits said today that Chief of j rr j Police John Vance may be recalled Eclgmont avenue to testify He was subpcnaod last eniymtn mid but Stood on hisconstitutional 1 rights and refused as he was at that time under Indictment in thc Federal Cuiris of the Middle District After Chief Vnnce took the stand nnrl nnd on S door out and before Ruckcr STUDENT Rtop hls car lfc the mo x U1J1 Jl 1 olnan inflating nn nbrnslotl trolley and was asked by Prosecutor Keyes hnt hC kucw abOUl conditions man at labor The could not be offi Mta Ruih Burrowes daughter of Mr i S that he had taken a knife from the that iapaa i mean higher prices pV med neither Mrs Joseph Burrowes of Third ordered hclcl for obFcVvntlon M Uw woman Both Ambrose and Iris wife Continued nn The manufacturers and merchants fo prcsident of the Ds Mftpls avcmES Holmes this hospital this mornin his condition said they had been residents of this ContmuJ on Page Fourteen nf and DslawS cSv re F Navln sec recently honored at Ur was said to be improved wi cuy only a month mPT A QdrxT cooperating whole heartedly with our i 2 reached sinus College Collegeville Pa when released by the police with the un UH ArORSHIP SEEN committee Thrv riesprvn L Mlckc last Saturday and lllc ws elected to membership in the derstandine that hn u n in this city the police official re refuse to testify The status of Chief Vnnce has since woman Both Ambrose and hs wife said thsy had been residents of this city only a month BOY STRUCK Allen Oppenheim 1 yaars old of Second and Pussy streets sufferid brush burns of the legs yesterday afternoon when he was struck by an automobile driven by Frank T Fin nsy of Holly Oak Del at tha inter section of Third and Lloyd srecls Finnsy took ths injured boy to th Chester Hospital whee ha was given treatment and then took him horn He also reported the accident to police He said young Oppenheam was playing in front of a theatre on the north side of the strset and ran in the path of his machine which was traveling west on Third street DICTATORSHIP SEEN J MT A tmtsti support public and This j came spirit all over country is i going to do more to put the people CHICAGO Oct Danger i back to work lift business out j that the NRA may be a step toward I of thc rut than anything else that 1 American dictatorship was pointed coud hnnnr e o Prffi Detrot conferring with English Club of the college This is a hewing when wanted officals The local club has a exclusive organization for those wiffJmBfor him for some time who excel in English STRIKER CAUTIONPH as man Mss Borrowes I UiN mIy ca Mss Borrowes Is a member of the Iso take over the catchin Class She is also on her class have long sought a team and is a member of the re ljilr Granger raid that reports from catchcr Curtam Club a dramatic organization cut tcday at a ccnfcrercs of mo HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press of Commerce in anaddreslln which CLOUDY TODAY he declared ths hope for democracy lies in a free Would anybody have dreamed tho time would coma whn a government FAIR TOMORROW has much baseball left in Wolf I rj vin tut A it L UJ VlllltU llilSilllCC ihX lle Und lehansecl as he pleaded nolocontenclere no defense last Monday at Scran ton to a charge of conspiracy to violate thc liquor laws It could not be learned from Mr Keyes whether he will or will not Vnnce although several of the associates of the prosecutor declare that he will probably do so Thc animosity that has developed between Attorney William T Connor and Chet A Keyes since thc trial started 1G days appears to be becom ing more pronounced every day A trntcgical move was made by thc da attorneys yesterday when John Scott replaced Connor as the thc latter having been ishcd by Judge Welsh to rej from making unethical re BY County Stops Pay Of All Employes in Federal Court Case County employes who are unable to attend to their duties because I hey lire defendants in thc Federal Court trial of 78 local defendants m Philadelphia have been docked for their lost time It was revealed nl Media today When Ihc semimonthly pay checks were prepared on Saturday these men wore paid only for thc several days in the first week of October that they spent on duty The list Includes County Detec tives O N Smith and Michael C Trestrail Albert Reading Negro chauffeur Howard M Reese maintenance foreman and Wll liivm Jones Negro janitor In the latter Instance however Jones wife is reported to be doinp his work The ncllon was ordered by the Salary Board which includes the county commissioners and the county controller Police Sergeant Curl Peterson and Patrolman Eugene Reardon of this city both of whom are de fendants are still on thc city pay roll but they ace working eight hours each duy Last week both wore assigned to a permanent night shift while the trial lasts Thc assignment cre ates a hardshipfor thc pair as they have little time to get home and don their uniform on days whena night session Ls held Court gen erally adjourns after g p m on Monday Wednesday nnd Friday and these policemen have to report to work at 1130 p m They get most of their sleep in the court room cccdings Bruneiexplained written by the government anci contained cer tain dates The younger Brimcr stated that while he was in the Trenton N J Federal Jail he wrots a letter to Andy rrank demanding to know why ha was in jail after paying all that pro tection money I asked him to get me out as soon as possible Apparently there was no reply to the letter for Bruner remained in jail official would stand up and talk abou boycotts and cracking down on i employers who differ with politicians recovery he asked And bringm Partly cloudy with light showers pOHible today in Eastern Pennsyl Asked by Keyes if he knew Tom McComb Bruner replied that he did men started out upon a description of his entry Into he gambling field in out from Hamsburg little in temperature The hlshest temperature here yes AT LAUREL Lady Money AViid Gon spray Prometheus Marion T St Nick Luculcnt Cost Last Bid Running Play Rhodius Weather cloudy track heavy AT SPORTSMANS PARK B Vindicated Gay Follies Full Fling Rcdins Cut Corners Chief Geronimo Lady Buck Amber Fairyman Modem Maiden Tonto Rock T S Jordan Monks First Oh Yfeah Yarrow Rocky Way Wise EiJdie Play Ball Ruth Jclinck Glove Crash Counsellor Billy Mecat Georgia Lily Dancer Nazdar Highland Fling Weather clear track slow And brlneins the matter close to 1 terday was 65 degre7s aF7 p m and m did any cf you ever remotely th3 lowest was 53 at 1230a m Thc tmnv the day might coma when theaverage of 62 was five government would try to licenso normal for the date bi newspapers as General Johnson nro th avcra Octnhur fs all far as be with the information to me Connie said i headquarters know now Cochrans As in 1934 received at police the homes of tevernl of the men who went to work at the plant Monday and warning them not to return He was cautioned by the magistrate concerning his conduct in thc future TRUCKTCONTENTS 3ORTED was arrested In the corridor yester day after a government agent over heard a remark he made was not disclosed This man is alleged to have said What a fine d bunch of rats these fellows turned out to be the reference being to the wit nesses who were testifying as to thc ramifications of tie alleged ring The man had no sooner uttered thc matter with Prank Cohe which he did Bruner stated Cohe declared he would discuss it with Andy Frank nnd later Bruner was told the mat ter was O K He said he installed a private wire In his residence at 125 West Third street and then informed the court trmt the headquarters from where he ppssd The genera session of the the average degrees above but the same as J October 17 last year i temperature for the dateold WORKOF VANDALS Vandals have bsgun wrecking ths firehouse VISITS PARENTS HERE received his racing information was expression than he was bundled off riiird Ward Republican Club J P Eyre Price who is chib everyday to settle for the bets CANDIDATES WILL BE THE GUESTS avLiiuev accorumo to Ain inr OTinol Dnn T j William G Price nwnrVnrihPhnH Jr and MrsPrice of Nintl1 i stolc a two ancl onehalf ton true InK Several 3nd Berlin streets Mr Price lived on i which he had left parked alonK the bsln removed Parkside avenue Chester for a mm curb outside thc building The ve andwas a city hide contained S1000 worth of soda U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Oct Th3 treasury net balance for October building cordmg to a complaint registered at I police headquarters EXSENATOR BALL DIES WILMINGTON Del Oct 15 was Miscellaneous Lewis Heisler Ball 82 who svod internal revenue receipts for that dav in V ber of years and was formerly a city hicle contained S1000 worth of commissioner He has a host of fountain supplies The theft mends in this city who were glad to j reported to the police who he had no connection with the case i 1 The spectator later apologized in paying the money either Judge Welshs chambers and was told i tnLco Durkm or Jack Tanner to leave thc building and remain away from it during thc remainder see him BANK ROBBERS GET S5003 FREDONIA Pa Oct ducting an investigation are con as i n1 FORMER RESIDENT ILL Court resumed this morning at 1010 oclock and Judge Welsh imme diately vittered the glad news that there would be no session of court He said he worked on a 5050 basis but if someone won S200 from him he would have to make that up before the equal shares were sumed re t At this point Bruner began his description of some trouble which ended his career as a horserace com A dinner meeting of thi Merchants intcrnalireycnuj receipts forthat day in ths United senate from I TWC 1Dcnnis Howarth formerly of this tonight Friday night being thc nex lessen of the Dsiawara County vcre 8402031810 Customs receipt j 1003 to 1905 was found in nhhor Ji d II15 clt vvho has been residing for sev extra session Tlie former procedure mlssiolcr Hc testified he had rigged of Coramcrcp will held through Octobsr 16 t his home I00 HBhland avenue was tohold night Aon hotel and a at the Chejtar Club 511 Welsh iwcrc 51633604418 street tomorrow evening at 615 o clock Invitations have been extended to i thc successful nominees on both ti Republican and Dsmocratic tickets to attend the meetingEach candi date will bs expected to express his as to the needs in the central business section of the city who guests at the here today i vii lii j niiui iinj JLiJil 1 LoJiJlI 1 lOr i lobbcd the Frcdonia National Bank cral years at 1600 Highland av near here or S5000 and escaped in an auto Glcndale Cal is sariouslv ill a 1 mobile bearing Ohio license plates homo v mscting are Walter H Craig and Gcoga J Hunter prcssnt city com and John J Buckley and John THE LATEST WOW FOR BOWWOWS Stylish Paris restaurant now has special floorssrvice for pet dogs Menu Soup a la Fido 8 cts Casserole Groogroo chopped rump bread gravy 12 cts Canape St Bernard fresh vege tables 10 cts Croquettes for pups 8 cts Dessert a la RinTinTin raw meat and bone 16 cts Private rcom for cats Naturally th res taurant runs a daily classi fied ad They trade So did this one from The Chester Times CLAYTON ST 306S18 5 room hath hot air heat gas electric Apply 300 Cluyton St Bittle real estate n J Stctser Democratic candi Chance for Drys to Win One State Against Repeal Special School Course for the Unemployed at his days Wednesdays and Saturdays i who was a hangeron vol Judgc Welsh declared thc trial was to mark a ring around the moving along smoothly and rapidly j thc on sheets pinned and therefore no session was neces tnP wal1He he fed this man sary tonight th2 first week and gave him a few Defendants witnesses newspaperidollars but the seconfl week found men and attorneys paid silent tribute illlm funds so he paid the nm T A T LULLvllNbDALE MAN TTVT inrrr t 1JN PHILA fCopyright 1933 by The United Press Drys have an excellent chance of winning one of the six states that will vote on Prohibition repeal November 7 and may win a second a United Press survey of sentiment in tho six slatrs showed today Tli repDalists however seemed as sured of thc three states they need Thomas J Lane of Collingdale toto the 18th Amendment day was under indictment by theoc from tilc constitution Tliirtythrec tobcr Grand Jury in Philadelphia on Etatcs have voted so far All have a charge of embezzling from i repeal Thirtysix are needed Mrs Eilavene Haas of 36 West Union ratfy the 21st Repeal Amend avenue WilkcsBarre i ment i The indictment which also accuses Tlle six spates voting November 7 i Lane of fraudulently converting theiare North and South Carolina money states it was taken October utrn Kentucky Pennsylvania and 9 193 j OJiiO I j South I OF A strong The drys have staged Theologian Would Tax All Childless Couples to the news Mrs Eva Cylck of ThurJow street look thc stand for a brief cross ex amination by defense Attorney John R K Scott who asked her if she hnd cvcr visitwl thc West Third street home of John J Ryan Jr to Men and women who are out of hnd cvcr visitwl thc man nothing The latter demanded a weeks pay on the following Mon day and being refused went to sea Prank Cohe who in turn told Bruner You had better pay him hell make trouble That same day the volunteer XVftliv Ulll tVlo f 1 w UI LU J mw mil the opportunity of which she replied in the affirmative workcr came to Bruner demanding gons to school again for instruction and she stated she had been in his he said was only half of in special subjects according to plans store but ones then to purchase a regular scale paid to attendants rapidly being completed SnriTi ladio batery and again Bruner refused him stat Brunei who was thc finnl m5 then that he had not hired A SoOO tax for married couples who dc not have children and a single solution for the avoidance of the tax has been suggested by Dr Stewart G Cole Professor of Religious Educa tion at Crozer Theological Seminary The thousands of orphan chil fe Beyond despite their attendant rcsponsibili appropriated to thc state ties imposed upon the parents and u rtu ing protection money for their hotel Asolution which is suggested for thc typc of work wages for be the benefl unfitted to have their own children ncoole whcf r r m T rank who demanded to th nwttftr Rnd Then Bruner testined I went to Continued on Page Fourteen The Weather WASHINGTOX Oct forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Fair monies marking the dedication of an Rcpal 1aders c ainT victmv their courses in the world altar in th Lithuanian i DfCole explains that there are i tiMitviwLu iwlVl V Church Fourth anrtxrlrt j Utah Result doubtful Drys well undcr ieadcrsmp the Continued on ut PKC Dr Cole explains that there are two distinct types of childless married couples The first he are niMLraCn alld as and other adults who are money was stooDed anr oval citizens Dr Cole was harsh in in nrrrt nf fiuMmr CWMHI PP00 allc Continued on Last pay hotel was raided er the protection are money was stooocd and he rrfrrsiird acS o1 m rLBCnfral his memory K p paper w c acavitics to make them well m brought an objection from Attorney Continued on Last Pace TODAYS TEMPERATURES Scott who however was overruled 9 a m The paper was a copy of padlock pro 10 a m 6 a m46 7 a m43 11 a nl 8 a in 52 Noon 58 53 1 p m 2 p m 60 60 00   

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