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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              PRIMING THE MYTHKAL BMO PV U FINAL With All News of the t 53TH 17741 Daily Leased Wire Reports df United Tress UPt and International News Service IMS CHKSTKH IA SATURDAY NOVKMHKK I KIlSHTlSKN PAGES PRICE TWQ Next TiiiesdayV Election The Chester Times is a Republican newspaper it always has been and it is reasonably foreseeable that it will continue to bn Republican in its political principles But a newspaper like an in dividual should always be prepared to tfivo sound reasons for ifs faith and we feel that our reasons should be frankly stated at the present time with an important county election only three dnys away This paper will support the whole Republican ticket as it lias always supported it before because it believes in the fundamental correctness of the policies of that party In so it docs not disparage the national leadership of President Koesevelt and which in most particulars has deserved and received the cordial support of the people regardless of party Hut neither have we any apologies for having loyally supported the candidacy of Hoover whose devotion to the public interest was equally pieat and who typified the Republican attitude toward national affairs The confidence of many Republicans in the administration of local affairs Liy officials whoancharged with being unfaithful to their trust has undoubtedly been shaken by admitted huge embezzlement and by revelations of graft and corruption incident to a criminal trial now in progress Wo do not intend to prejudge the outcome of that trial so far the guilt or innocence of any particular individual is concerned We do however refute the imputation that the Republictin party is on trial What certain individuals may be charged with is their own responsibility ami not the Republican partys But it must necessarily follow that whatever the verdict may be the Republicans of Delaware county must see that the unsavory and unsatisfactory conditions as have been shown to exist are cleaned up Nor should all those revelations come as an entire surprise to any in this community The Times has from time to time in the past published warning articles referring to local conditions withHie greatest frankness and demanding that they be corrected or cleaned up It is probable that if warnings given by this newspaper had been heeded the county would have been spared the shame of this current trial and Delaware County cleaned up without the interposition of the Covcrnment at Washington We believe however that this duty should still be imposed upon the party to which a majority of the voters own allegiance and that the initial step should be a vote next Tuesday on strict party lines trusting that the officials so chosen will demonstrate their independ ence of any sinister influences and be true to the best traditions of their party We concede that a new spirit of responsibility to the people on the part of their elected servants is desirable but we are not prepared to admit that such spirit is impossible of development among candidates of the Republican party The Times has faith in Chester Delaware county its courts and the Republican nominees in the city and county and while it can make no promises for any candidate it believes that each one senses the feeling of the public and one and all if elected will work in the interest of the taxpayer and sec that all the graft and forms of vice which the System has created is banished from 6ur county forever FORD OFFICIALS ORDER LAYOFFS IN AUTO PLANTS t 9000 Suspended Weekly Until 35Hour Week De mand Is Reached Recovery Chiefs al Wash ington Code Violations onder UKAR HUGH S JOHNSON NKA WASHINGTON I Were Not Eagles But Us Birdsre Plenty Blue Were Gonna Get a Cut Soon Help SiKiied TIIK TUKKKYS OK 11 S A DETROIT Nov tOfficials of be rd Motor Company announced that weekly layofls will foe instituted in Ihe Rouge plant at Dearborn The purpose they said is to bring jail workers within the maximum 35 lour average working week specified In the automobile code To this end a layoff next week of 9000 men for a sevenday period was announced to be followed by one week layoffs of 0000 other workers mull each employe will have reduced his working time by seven days As soon as lie completes his sevenday layoff each workman will resume his job as before the officials said The company is taking this man datory step in compliance with the new prohibition against work in this country a Ford Company spokesman said today The last official announcement placed the number of men employed i at the Ford Rouge plant at 15000 IThc Rouge plant has been maintain ing a 40hour week for the past scv jeral months and officials said the i plan announced will bring the avcr jage working week to 35 hours at the plant up by the end of the year 1 We dont want to do the I law requires it a company spokes man said officials were amazed today to hear that Henry Ford intended laying of v ymfr JUDGE WELSH ASK USPROBE WM T CONN Bitterly Censures Tactics of Defense and Warns of Investigation Afterj Concluded Denies Unethical in His Conduct of Casfe o ab tho ua to lyinerit onv tin IE3 A lildj IAHLIS M Avenue on Qccom Benston Takes Stand Today to Explain jury to Which He Pleaded Township Protection Group Describe Defendant Who Pleaded Guilty all his men for seven days to come Thc TVUC Scllin l c attention nnw but U wont be Innfr Iicforc another liird carves name for t wcetcj by TlianUsqivliifr time will be on Ihe lips of thousands uf folks WESTERN FARMER STRIKE SPREADS OVER FIVE S within the 35hour average wort permitted by the automobile code i They indicated his action is re garded as a definite violation of the spirit of the industrial recovery Jaw if not of he letter of the code v Pending more complete information as to the Ford plans Administrator I Hush S Johnson and his aides de clined to comment It was pointed out however that permission to work the men as high i i I u it J I u u k 1 DIHfl 11 ins predicament note liuw proudly he Mruls nrounil at Ihe Darby Turkey Iarm near Itoycls Mil MUSSOLINI TO REVOLUTIONIZE HIS GOVERNMENT Continued on Last Page TRADING IRREGULAR IN OPENING STOCKS G 0 P VICTORY IN THIS COUNTY IS PREDICTED Leaders of Party Making Claims Voters Display Interest NEW YORK Nov The t Trading was fairly ac stock Market Timely Statement Made by lower today live Republican County Com ri rr t V4M n MJI i vo1 VJWUILL VjlMll Some Participants Said to Plans to Detail Ideals of millae Be Organizing Milrtaryr His 20th Century Units i lalicfif lvalue of the dollar down to AImcst OI the eve of Tuzhdays U Lh laUSUC State Bu this dw not encourirro wiirn the voters will elect anv Eicit amount or snpriiisiHv rn1 a snenlf coumy controler niothono great amount of speculative en at Madison Vote I Speech Set for CoUon opmcci to End Their Defy Order Truce to Retain Himself ROME Nov Copyright 1933 by United Benito Mussoi tion Socony Vacuum Standard of lini will outline to the nation next t Pure Oil and Consoli Wednesday his plan for one of the datPd alladdld fractionally to their 5 DES MOINES la Nov An aspect of gravity heretofore almost unbelievable developed in the constantly spreading farm strike to day after a day of unprecedented vio lence Developments came in quick succes sion as the strike rapidly gained momentum in five states strikers were reported to be secretly organizing mllitarv under former service men and f scopT only w the of i providing themselves with guns soviet Russia and it is calculated to o Bas Put Italy in a pioneering role county Iowa authorities Maine features of the new requested that troops be called out state Many Posts I Oils rals were thc onlv groups J able to show any particular strength iat the opening The oil issues were It1 by Standard Oil of New Jersey which opened on 3000 shares for a fractional advance Texas Corpora prothono tary clerk of courts jury commis sioner and two directors of thc poor the indications are that the Repub lican candidates will be the victors by substantial majorities Both Republicans and Democrats are claiming victory but none of the leaders will venture any exact figures C Edwin Hunter chairman of the Republican county committee clared today that our ticket Lansdowne Pupils Adopt NRA Code Pupils of Lansdowne Friends Schools have joined thc NRA They recently adopted and ob tained official approval of a Blue Eagle code governing their actions as model children Provisioncrs of the code are Cooperate fully with school teachers and officials Be at school by a fn with all school homework finished by 9 n m Own at least three pencils Play games other children might liko because we believe in team work Bchomc by mand doing home Avoid nil distractions unMl it is finished Go to bed at I be hour set by your parents without being re minded INFORMATION REGARDING THE VOTEJMACHINES Intelligent Timesaving lu Deavenport Declines To Sign Waiver Vance Located Chief of Police John Vance wns reported miainK yesterday1 vMni located last evening by U S Deputy miirslials and subpcnacd to appeal before the Federal June Grand Jury invest lfa invarious anslcs of tlie trial of 75 county defendants Chief Vance was not In Ihe Fed eral buildinp today but Michael J S Stunoy assistant U S District At torney declared that he will be among tho first witnesses to be called on Monday The local pollca otllciul will pre cede former Mayor William T Rtmi scy who has already been before the Grand Jury but isovetninuin olliciiUs A thorough investigation tactics nnd jnctjMixtsVi rcprcsenllnjsenatoi Clure nnd 74 Others by Judge late yesfc he dcnouncjirt the T Connor 1 Jos Rumlcr pni mid erosseMn thehands of Connor Ji courtvattnches P jury out and then made1 In whichhe declared r ernl judge propose to der vcslijiation in the nianTiV Ihls cnae has been conducted slructions Are County Voters C i rcn 1 Units Will Show Names bC Candidates and 13 Sepa Ruinler had When hi wns arrested MR was charged When he wns placed on he said that there biiickmtiil conspiracy against him Connor produced a pa pi showed Rumlcr and iiske it wns Rumler an extortion Indictment nnd Com walked back to thc coiiikl Are there any other billstp arc Icteiinincd Unit Vnncc will tcn nient in the case Hgninstfl his story before Ramsey makes i Welsh nskcdV complete narrative Stoiioy expects Byhm A Heimcs atiomcyvf will fill recital narrative Stonoy expects Byhm A Heimcsr attorney vf 3 testimony of Chief Vance Bcrl Bedding stcpoed ip firt in certain gaps in Ramseys a handful of among theti iricti menls for conspirBcy and fiarfH Police Superintendent Jnmes A Dcavcnport who was subpcnaed last Thursday before Ihe Grand Jury re fused to sign a vtilver of Immunity but offered to answer nil questions I which the jurors desired to ask The j jury refused to permit him lo testify signed the waiver nnd standing upon bis own declined to conversation with Assktiint District Attorney 1 iUlcImcl S Stoney and Agent Wills constitutional He liiid a lonp most drastic revolutions of governr York Central was fractionally mental system in world history advncad as were Clissspiakc and Ke will detail his long considered Rnd some of the riil j ideal of the twentieth centurv industrial hst suflored carry with majoritiec rie will the usual Republican Th2 Democrats are WELFAREFUND SHOWS States Stc to be providing themselves with guns soviet ihe Republican prrijof Daiaware county is not a act said Chairman Hunter The party is is the question being carefully con sidered by thousands of voters in Delaware county The voting machines which will be used in every precinct of the city and county show not only the names of all candidates for county nnd local More Establishments port 100 Cooperation wav by Employes Hov to vote on Tnetiiy with n combination of the voting nwchine and n paper ballot nnd do It in ail freely the topic they hiuffn mind intelligent and timesaving manner In ll Ramsey who iii ls serving a long sentence in Eastern Penitentiary for embezzlement of in tax funds was sent back to thc prison subject to call by the Grand Jury Yesterday was the second day he Continued on Liist Pngc More name vrre added today to to volu to save timi nnd con fusion said one oldtinujiolitical velcran is first lo regwler ones choice for thu county nnd local cnn CHESTER ARTIST GOING TO MOSCOW menls for conspiracy ami ond Judge Welsh askecftomiiir didnt you show these the witness I did not know the othi bill in the court Connor ieti Mr Connor the judge ildste do you mean to stand tli re and J me you didnt know theci far bli Indictment wcie here1 jThen t ing to deputy mnishp Take the juiy doitfiof think tills is most lepie it is not the first time v it in this Comt I dont you lhat after Hits case 1 Federal judge propo investigation inio the has been conducted v Connor approachcc said in a low voice have done nothing u professional Judg missed him with a and said Bring th recessed shortly a oclock Bcnstoh T more than a point to 40S made UI of 120000 voters and they lie 100 per cent list of fiuuscriberH diclites This can bidone mast easily u J duPont Republic Steel nnd some of the farm equipment shares were ractionally under yesterdays close after a pitched battle in which 500 j of cabinet I farmers participated and in which i with Mussolini himself holding seven dozens were cut and bruised j of the present fourteen portfolios i Chalmers Iowa president separation of political of the strikers threatened to end thc ancl economic government j tpmrvlm W r rttpp n I n Chamber i complete tn to abolition of present temporary truce and order farmers to strike with every weapon at their j command on Monday more creameries were i the be Repeal issues eased slightly tional Distillers opened at 94i off i while a similar decline showed in American Commercial Alcohol U S Industrial Alcohol moved up fractionally to G9Tv American Telephone lost I point to 115 Most of the utility list showed cast their ownminded vote We can to the 3100000 campaign fund of the by pulling the lever at the extrcnu1 Welfare Federation of Chester and left of the machine for the straight Vicinity Officials of the Federation ticket of the voters choice On the It cannot be done it has not been award an emblem to the business first line of candidates arc the names not be sold the idea of any one or a body of men telling us how to vote done and it will not be done Our candidates arc men of proven ability whose past records speak of well performed deeds continued Mr Hunter no apol straight Republican vote in office newmethods and business Jnornmg CQ oclock Roy Btnst Cr from Shaion 1 the stand Three Benston was on 3d in the Fascist guilds or cor aliens with Mussolini retaining 1 A TR l AJK the strike started hundred farmers at Marti iiS portfolio of Minister of Corpora son Wisconsin with a cneer j tiorus to control them to end the truce and resume the The strictly legislative branch strike in full force Governor A G the government as at Scrunedeman ordered law enforce sUuited will be limited such as education Continued on Last Page LEIPERVILLE MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED erch candidate PREDTCTFn ricvotcd and leader in his i ii i j own community respected by his neighbors B uraucn 01 Fair nd imlcil colder is the pro The Democrats have opened an present contlctlon Astern Pennsylvania New I eleventhhour cimpiien of mud i to matters and Maryland It slinging aaaimt the Republican penal codes fo1 declared Mr Hunter but we iowca by ram o th he abUHy in of Alexis E Soifer nf 416 East Fourth street who has been living in New York for the past four yours anj studying at the Julliard School of Music is leaving for the Soviet Union I Jured himself An on November 8 on the S Manhatmade out agninst tan He is going to study composi house or professional office which re of the Republicans To foraU subscriptions from all employes of them including county and local Additional names today include A candidates all that is needed is to Wirz Inc Scott Paper Company pull the lever it the extreme left of iter The Republican party has j Delaware County Chamber of Com the Republican line apology to offer in asking for a mcrce and Edward Lewis The com If the voter wishes to vote for n11 Economy mittce headed by M Herbert Paul Democratic or nil Sritialisl or all Prohibit ion party Candida trs he or she will pull the lever at the left of thesB parties continued the volunteer In the So cialist and Prohibition parties how ever there are no candidates for local offices mittce headed by M Herbert Paul expccts to increase the list by many abilityhas saved thc taxpayers thoti more names by nightfall The lirst cancis of tiollars In addition to list was published yesterday county erch candidate is a I Continued nn Last n The tpmncrifmv J hnest temperat ire here The Delaware County Childrens Aid Society one of the unlis of the Welfare Federation has under its care sixty children bet wren ihe ages of two and sixteen fourteen more children than it was caring for nt Republican j this time last year This organization undertakes to representative of the Pierre De Gey ter Club of New York a group of proletarian composers Recently at thc AntiWar Congress held at 1 St Nicholas Arena when Henri Bar busse French novelist wns pros he composed a ballet especially f tlancu performed there Four of his compositions Saraband volte Gigun and Saluation nf Morning were performed at a recital of Anna Sokolow a i of Martha Grahams concert and he was broil Welsh and pleacf charge and was se and one day at thUl Lcivisburg by This morning he Jury on the stand anr e death im nf Hi is OC lnla nv which Daniel Dougherty 55 of Chester pike and Holland street Leipsrville is in thc Taylor Hospital Ridley Park suffering from a puncture wound tinder the left arm and lacer ated scalp said to have been thc re sult of an automobile accident Dougherty was found lying on the Chester pike last night by Edward J Connor and Hugh Cochran of Lciper ville Connor took the injured man to the hospital Dougherty said he had been struck by nn automobile His condition is regarded as serious TRUCK CONTENTS STOLEN HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT ARLINGTON DOWNS Opden Shadow Frccland rillnita Champion Jolly Pilot Weather clear rack muddy AT PIMLICO The average of 60 was nine degrees above normal for the date and thirteen 3 last year Maximum temperature and minimum 29 in 1875 Sunrise today was at 631 a m and sunset will be at 555 p m Eastern Standard time and tcgriiy mid ficiolilv of thc Republican j that mean f The i overwhelming majorities af tho provide for these children tho things full ticket of the party chosen Then Suppose the voter wishts to split on October 28 Mr Soifer his ticket the instructor was study in Russia several years asked The best way is to first pull i TRIAL JURORS GO TO FOOTBALL G Industrial State the party lever at the left forthe I at thc primary election and were the choice of the people The voters will again voice their approval of these candi voting a for thrm n fair chance in push up thc little pointer ovrr the a home where interested j name of the candidate tho voter How many votrrs will come to the A thief broke into a garage at thc iin t ar of tho home of Louis Cliazh i lVrsPi Vrvc nM Stocks Continued on Ten fosterparents really care for all that I concerns the best good of the children placed with them The child placed i in the right home soon ceases to be ihe problem that he was when he first came tinder the societys care The health of the child is of prime Continued on Last Iagc Continued nn Tape Ten REPORTS This afternoon thc twelve nnd the two alternate jurors s in the alleged Delaware comity A tropical of slight ini t is central about 30 miles i football game between Temple Drake Universities at Temple 20000 lonoo nlOft 10000 15000 5000 10000 HOLDS RALLY Attorney Jas L Rankin Principal Speaker at Odd nil West Fifth street yesterday by 2 iy0nc removing the hinges from the door nnd stole five suits of mens and skin Buhhlcsome boys underwear from a truck parked 5fxJi sumimin fnhori orl in the garage ARE GIRLS POISON TO FOOTBALL TEAMS Idea that girls encourage football teams Ls a hoax Both blondes and brunettes are poison to any player Recording to statement cred ited October 21 to Mike Pe carovich Gonzaga Univer sity coach Hm Well if even secondhand gallantry could be bought through an nd wed glady offer to Mr Pccarovich the courtesy of thc Chester Times classified scis They usually touch goal this one did by soil ing PENNFIELD Automatic healer for sale Phono Chester 8062 t Kplicvc Grace Blotter leather clear track fast AT LATOMA Caytisa TJob 1 Taimching into a verbal tirade l thc county and city govcrn uinini orricirJs last nighl in tii Oriri i Temple Fiahth Rnd Sproul I streets Attorney James L Rankin decried thc method of property tax assessments and accused high city officials of being years delinquent Cuslrr their tax payments despite the steaoy Wets Agree on Rum Control for Assembly Bill HARRISBURG Nov toxicated automobile drivers The Sincere drvs nnd sincere wets penalty at present is throe years have agreed on control Icpisimprisonment or 5200 fine lor driving laiion which pro 1 sj to present to sprclal sss of legislature convening Novem ber 13 After a twohour conference at thn Capitol yesterday Irtvern nirmbrrs of these two group ro termed sin a car while Intoxicated i Little has been said nt thvarious group discussions in the psst two aboin Die matcr of IHIIOV licrnse frrs for hotels nnd resinu vcnis or license fees for bvcwer ancl distillers Under his plan thr sinie would of Nassau Hahamny moving northward the Wcathrr Bureau re portsd today ANNUAL CONTEST OF OLDRIVALS P M G and St Josephs College Elevens Meet To day on Cadets Campus diuni strnno I The jurors will be accompanied bvoo four Deputy United States i and will have a reversed section A i aside from other spectators in thc i v north stand Section ND Judge Welsh is an alumnus of Temple Univcrsitv 520000 51nn 10000 7500 25000 24000 looni 2500 all B took three 5000 10000 AMERICAN DOLLARS STATUS IN LONDON ion l keep LONDON Nov American dollar closed only four ulamorous Oswcjro Princess Panic flow of their salaries Bob Up Uncle Matt Golrt Garb Starda Ridjrc R Helen Laura Kiev Kentucky Rankin spoke at the final preelec tion rally of thc Democratic party measure of the city and conned Chesters second collegia to ball gimr of the year is slated for thc confines of the Pcnn syivanin Military Collcao Stadium Fourteenth and Chestnut street ibis nftenioon when tho Cadets will the St Josephs Collcse Philadelphia The kickofT chcduled to take place at tenths of one crnt above par with foot the pound today while the open mar km pold riie wns lowered 19 cents to An undisclosed buyer ac liiirrd in bar gold The pound al Par is SVfifxi The French franc closed at EO 132 to the pound i OL Josephs coached by Enid has been proposed that the money Thomas a former AllAmerican star which was i No serious objections were voiced tjcrived from the business would be at the University of Pennsylvania is e hundrfd it was understood today by either thc j turned over to the oldage pension considered one of tha most respected thc party wets or thc drys to Governor Pini fund or other charllahlf ransos in r attended by more than five Boublc Shuffle Salul enthusiastic members of thc party wets or thc drys to Governor Pini fund or other charitable n Amour Irs Lei Hijrh Diver and workers while a large overflow chots proposed plan of stateoperated the state trCI5 JI Gentleman assemblage stood outside the doors liquor stores for which employes bailie Bourland he corridor ancl on the steps of i would be selected en a civil erviec n tno buildinrr I basis i TllC accused ths officials i Ths governor hrs discussed this j UNonci Of boins desirous of maintnininr a I phvi in conference with Republican iimu Sea Billows ATy high pKjrsirtTnt rrto ra tlirt they1 Vhy Mask i might b enabled tn procure high in Brusi Jane Parkavd j ccms ihronrjh and thrs he Asatlia i enabled to borrow more money under SclhsBalIH i n law allows all county nnd mil hotels and rfstaurants to soil Irrdcrr nnd j vUii wet and dry urotipj He ar ranged the jvetdry conlcvcncc Some conferees have advocated lhc incoippration of an individual con sumers permit in thc liquor legisla tion Thn wetdry conferees it was un deTflood considered the samo Hquor control provisions wlich have bccn at meetings of rivals on the locals schedule The two teams have been meeting an nually for more than two decades and every game hns been a thriller from the standpoint of fast clean and hard fought football Coach Judd Timtn master mind of the P M c eleven is the fans quitn a show this year He Ijns a bis ramy squad that ivlics on Ivan Anita Ormonf Robert L St Nazaire Clownish Weather clear track fast smaller civic divisions of the coim Continurd on Pswte Eleven pihcr points of the plan woud per Republican organization leaders with pacd mid deception Thf team is lit hotels and rfstavirants to soil liquor to their patrons only for conJ sumption on the premises and would j provide more severe penalties for inj in Governor Attorney General considered one of the leading at Willtam A tractions along the Eastern Coast Eleven ConHnucd on I Trial Testimony Sets Recor TJ S iJl WASHING The treasury n vembcr 2 was cellaneous int11 that day receipts for Vembrr 2 we ing Itkfe ght or ol Delnicare A record has already been f ashed in the Federal Casts Philadelphia in the mat imony in the county B Up until yest records of the court ha pages wnich T A on ovds This is hnxlns b granted record foi an rise in Thk t This t aU m y J estate y uo the trial of 75 thc me o his Bids have brcn on cpnspiracj to Mt c T tion law h Oki of V couple was hc license bureau Miss Andre sudd her career betore a ft GUN SHOT of near yesterday I0yej   

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