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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              EDITORIAL PAGE MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1933 CMABLKI LONG Founded Editor and Publisher FIRST OF ALL THE HOME NEWS Published Dally Excepting Sunday TIMES BUILDING CHESTER PENNA 1826 Bftst Eighth Street Chester 6161 Prlviite Brunch Exchancc ConncctlnK All R Lone 1rcsldcrtt and Trensitrer SecrcUry T A MUIKC rl VHltfii I IS till Or Advertising Manner Fredericks n Advertising Manner Hurry W Cullis Circulation Manager BRANCH OFFICE 114 W Front St 230 Avenue NEW YORK OFFICE Story Brooks A Fin lev Inc Flnlev Inc CHICAGO OFFICE 75 EMt Wacker CLEVELAND OFFICE 1935 Euclid Avenue Story Brooks A Flnley Inc Monadnock Building SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE Story Drooks ti Flnlrv Inc PHILADELPHIA OFFICE FidelltyPlllladelrhia BlriK Story llrooks fc Flnlcy Inc Entered u second class matter at the Postoffice Chester under Act or March 1879 TERMS OF 00 R year 50 cents a month prepaid 12 cents a week bv carrier Tht Tlmejs receives the complete daily leased wire reports of the United Press and International News Service world wide telegraph and cable news MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1333 THE GREAT EMPLOYMENT DRIVE Word comes from Washington that the President plans a great public works campaign the purpose of which is to take 4000000 men from relief rolls and give them employment Speed is the essence of the plan the goal of which is to get these men at work by Christmas Can it be done With general cooperation on a nationwide scale it can Messages havebeen sent to some 350 state and local officials including mayors of large cities and executives of relief organi zations summoning them to a conference in Washington immediately Local administra tions will be given authority to select projects for putting local people at work under general rules and regulations under which they will exercise their discretion It is to be hoped and expected that local authorities will respond promptly The oppor tunity is an exceptional one The relief prom ises to be great and will be given in the best way by providing work rather than doles The most hopeful and courageous have not been able to look forward to the coining winter without grave misgivings The sum of 000000 has been allotted for this drive and the payment of that in wages during the next few months will greatly increase the purchasing power of the people and stimulate business of all kinds As alleviation of the distress caused by un employment this plan if successful will do more than anything yet attempted Secretary Perkins has recently told us that G000000 children are at present suffering from undernoudshment in spite of all that has been done for their relief And other millions of adults are living just one remove from starvation It is not a com pletely adequate relief program that is pro posed but it should do much to lift the burden of want that now oppresses so large a propor tion of the nation trol Authority in each state to sell all hard liquor through its own retail outlets at its own fixed price and to regulate the sales of beer and wines in restaurants clubs groceries and cafes Concerning taxes the report says lujtior taxes should be levied not with the idea of filling the public treasury but as a method of reducing alcohol consumption The licensing system should be avoided it states to eliminate poli tics the profit motive and for other obvious reasons Governor Pinchot is expected to stress the State package delivery system from the dis tiller to the consumer and will ask it is believed a sufficient State tax in addition to the Federal tax which will aid old age pensions unemployment insurance schools and perhaps other departments In this lie will utilize taxes from an antisocial subject for social agency relief Perhaps the great unanimity is found in the negation of the saloon Almost everyone will agree that the saloon brought about prohibi tion and it should not be returned No law maker with the mandate of repeal already made is going to deprive anyone of the right to drink rich or poor But regulations should be made for the proper environment and op portunity Clubs cafes restaurants will cater to those who desire one or more drinks For home consumption the package sale to our mind seems logical How the new liquor regulations will be en forced remains to be seen Tf the Federal Gov ernment fell down on the job the State is not expected to do a much better performance Only with the removal of the profit motive low taxes equalizeddistribution and the divorce of politics win the new set of rules obtain Other wise conditions will hardly be improved over the present system with its wide variety of evils spawned over the era humorously termed the Prohibition Period A Chiel and His Notes By HKVRV C VEBDER Washington Letter Hj RODNEY DUTCMKM AKTKR SEANKhNG TAMMANY To Fiorollo La Guardia conies a chance for public service such as is given to few Americans The misrule of Tnmmnny IUH in New York has been notorious for many ycnrs tqually notorious too has been the apathy of New York voters in the face of corruption and woeful incompetence Now at last the metropolis has had s new deal La Guardia into office with a clear mandate to make the kind of cleanup the city has needed for a Keneralion Not for many years has any man had such a chance to make a record as an honest and capable public official That the eyes of the nation will be on this fiery little Italian pops without saying He has been given a tremendous opportunity Air America will watch sympathetically and hopefully to see what he does with it For the tlilrd time ft pamphlet ol the late Andrew D White the first President of Cornell University has been reprinted entitled PaperMoney Inflation in Prance It tells the whole story in detail ol that experiment during the French Revolution How it ciime what it brought and how it ended It is good reading for those who are inclined to listen favorably to the cry for inflation by means of the printingpress What the extreme inflationists desire is an Issue of un limited and unsecured paper money I say unsecured advisedly To be sure the advocates of this sort of in flation maintain that the money would be secured by the national credit it would have back of it the whole property of the United Slates In theory perhaps practically no II never would be it never could be re deemed in anything valuable if it were issued in the quantity desircc by the inflationists The assignals us the French pa per currency was culled were nom inally a mortgage on the national property The General Assembly bad just confiscated the immense landed estates of the Church of France and holders of the assignats were to have the option of exchanging them portions of this real estate Some land did pass in this way into the posses sion of the people but the continual Issues of paper money finally re sulted in national bankruptcy The assignnts became waste paper thou sands of people were ruined business was at a standstill it was the worst financial crisis that the French nation has experienced in all its history That in brief is the story of French inflation Read the pamphlet for de tails It may be obtained from the J Walter Thompson Company Wall street New York Publication of a research report on freedom of the press shows that news papers are not setting up any man of straw In their opposition to the Presidents licensing power There have been numerous attempts to establish some form of government control over newspapers In time of war some repressive measures were WELL LOOK WHAT NEW YORK DID big spanked once are back here for more of the same Their newlyproposed marketing agreement contents of which are guarded closely looks like the first one offered The first one was turned down by Secretary of Agriculture Wallace be cause it didnt assure better cattle sheep and hog prices for farmers and didnt protect consumers Independ ent packers didnt think It was so sweet cither Now the Big Pour return as if to sing like the Three Little Pigs Whos afraid If this keeps on and unless the AAA changes its policy the packers are likely to find threat ened with imposition of federal li censes Roosevelt has promised Wal lace complete backing in any deci sion as to packers Allocation of the amount of purchased meat animals among packers still is provided by the revised code Each packer would know the amount of the others bids Competitive bidding at Chicago now is the farmers only price pro tection according to the liberal group iu AAA and if packers knew they werent bidding against one another they could jam down prices Virtual control of supply by the Big Pour would make tor monopoly Then the American Institute of Meat Packers which the agreement and proposes to make al locations would establish prices and dffferentials in various territories Opponents say this would end price competition in selling The A I M P also still insists 01 allowing the NRA only partial acces to its members books which is an other point at issue Altar or the Ax Since Sol Blooms Italian cooi chased a Fascist diplomat with carving knlle the social racket her has had no such excitement as Urn Glenn jFrank Edkoraal HITLERS RELIGIOUS APPEAL In my preceding articles I discussed Hitlers rise to power in terms of throe widespread disillu sionments tKat had increasingly fallen upon the Ger man 1 a political disillusionment 2 an eco nomic disillusionment nnd 1 a religious disillusion ment 1 pointed out that Hitler had capitalized the political disillusionment with the ineffective parlia mentary democracy of the Weimar constitution by n irontnl attack upon parliamentary democracy and the perhap justifiable just then the public safety was of paramount im portance nnd anything that hindered effective prosecution of the war was sufficiently reprehensible to deserve Tstraint and punishment That was of the Civil War and the World War But in each case this principle was pushed to an unwar rantable extreme nnd overlapped into time of peace We all recall prose cutions and a few convictions under the Espionage Act that most of us now recognize were unjust Libel suits Injunctions and even suspensions by military force the latter occurring during the Civil War have been governmental expedients to intimidate and punish publishers and editors for criticism of and opposition to governmental policies and actions All have proved failures even in cases where the newspapers had abued their liberty Courts have finally decided when such cases have been brought before them that it is better to suffer from occasional abuses than to limit the freedom of the press But cases of abuse are in frequent and the majority of news papers not only refrain from such abuse but condemn the few that are guilty of it caused by Mussolinis order that his governments officials marry or re WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW By FREDERIC J HASKIN Director of the Chester Times Information Bureau at Washington D C BEVERAGE EDUCATION FOR AMERICA sijn The surprise of Ambassador Au gusto Rosso of Lieutenant Colonel Marco Pennaroli military aide of First Secretary Bartolomeo Migone of Secretaries Andrea Ferrero and Giuseppe bachelors was equaled only by excited specula tion around town as to what they were going to do about it Thus far any moves these gents have made to get off the spot have been made strictly in private Ickes Ickes and Ickes Secretary of the Interior Harold WASHINGTON D reappearance of legal liquor in the United States Is to be marked by an in tensive campaign for the education of a generation of Americans which has grown up during the dry period and has been restricted to bathtub gin corn liquor needled beer and the diluted products which have been smuggled in from Rum R6w and over the borders Some late Dr Harvey Wiley author of the Pure Toed Law who was credited with being probably the foremost expert of his time on the subject of alcoholic beverages In a year or two there probably will be a number of American experts Certainly the subject will be assiduously studied ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS millions of Americans know nothing of the finer points servation L B H Q What are the official insignia of the Civilian Con of an industry as old as civilization A It has no official insignia Sweral of the camps It has been reported that France already has appro desiznpd their own inslenia priated for the carrying on of an educational aeslSrietl tnelr own insignia campaign in the United States with a view to stimu lating a heavy export business in her vintages Already German and English manufacturers have begun ad vertising their wares in anticipation of a big market i iiim cxi o iii iLifiiwipithiuii a Ickes sent a letter to the administra Ifc i definitelv known that two huge steamships are tor of public works urging allocation joacling at British ports and will race across the At of some federal funds for irrigation tons upon tons of the wines whiskies gins beers ales and liqueurs of the older countries each at works on Indian land Q How much does it cost to collect federal tasesT J M A The cost of collecting federal taxes varies widely In rich years when collections are large the percentage of cost is lower Tax receipts have been declining in 1931 the cost was for each S100 collected Last rose 10 It takes as many workers to collect worss on inaiaii iana i be oC the older countries each at ear u rose 10 wii AI taxes as many w Public Works Administrator Har temptjns to reach this country at the moment the ban a Emal tax as a large one od Ickes replied that it was a swell js removed so as to gamer the premium prices which T idea Money will be appropriated will be lnasmuch the Eighteenth Amendment Q Who was Octivw E L o It should not be forgotten that the Twentyfirst Amendment not only re peals the Eighteenth but pledges the Fortunately no oil lands were inj nijsoiuteiy prohibits the importation of alcoholic bev volved Or they might have had to erages it will not be possible to bring anything in and consult Oil Administrator Harold Ickes i Ickes may not have read the two an accomplished fact letters But he signed themj Shvfrsky Gives Gorge Just before Envoy Maxim Litvinov distribute and store it in preparation for the hour of repeal Under the law nothing can enter until repeal A An Englishwoman who lived from 18381912 who was a pioneer in antislum crusades To improve con in London she used her fortune to buy up leases on old slum sections and convert tenements into small flats which she rented at about cost To prevent tyran There are indications that the new era of legal liquor j nical landlordism she collected the rents in person In in the United will see altered conditions and a connection with the slum Improvement work now being determination on the part of Americans to build an inconducted in England by theBritish Government her dustry lor themselves rather than import Irom abroad arrived Soviet Representative Boris i Before Prohibition there was a wine industry in this E Skvlrsky gave his last large country but it never attained the strength of the foreign nual dinner party for friends The occasion was the 16th anniversary of ones Most of it was centered in California but wines work is being used as a model Q AVhat are the Seven Deadly N R uere made in New York State in northern Ohio and sloth A Pride covetousneKs lust anger gluttony envy and f pciiis uie EiiHiuuLma DULpiuuges me ucLiioiun LUC loin ciiuut y ui uere rnaue in xuiiv in ULUHICHI promise 01 a stronger lculerliip and that he had cap pQWer of the Federal government to j the Bolshevig revolution Candle some other grape regions But American viticultures itaiizoo tiie economic disillusionment with capitalism prevent importation ofliquor into i sticks nut baskets autumn leaves never were able to command the same prices for their What Chester do ilbotlt it Is not thisMy promising a now setup that would be neither the an opportunity for our city to take a step for1 ward in public works and at the same time give many people a chance to retain or regain self respect by givingthem work What a boon it would be if a sufficient allotment from this fund could be secured to make possible elimination of the grade crossings of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad And there are other much needed municipal and county improvements that may otherwise have to wait years for ac complishment Is it not a splendid time to consider the purchase of a desirable water shed whereby a great reservoir for the storage of water forj Chesters consunipt Creek valley and a large suburban water company Why no private or municipal enterprise secure all the Ridley valley above the Baltimore impound the waters of Ridley creek for of Media Chester and other Delaware county nd capitalism nor new communism lnt a merger of the best of capitalism with the best of socialism He lins capitalized the third disillusionment by lp mumiiiiK that ruxunized religion make itself an integral part of tindrive for a new consciousness and a newly national character lie has insisted that organizpil reUnion ahull join the schools and the press in the venture df creating in citizens a charnctor in conformity with the new national purpose Hitlers ris to power cannot in my judgment be explained solely In terms of his art as a rabble rouaftr It is true that the Allies set the stuge for IlitlcLwhen they wrote thiTreaty of Virsnillus As Heywood Broun put it havwire runs states thai choose to be dry At plates and other trimmings were in wares as the foreign makers There was an aura about in the veins of this paper pone the ink of the Treaty cf Versailles But latest reports there are nineteen such It is illegal to circulate advertise ment of liquors in such states even with if Ho iind when reservations and the postoffice officials will be simply doing their duty tinder the law if they exclude from the inails to such states all newspapers containing ad vertisements of liquor Possibly the congressionally certified unintoxi cating threepointtwo beer might be cxccptcd because having been so certified it is as legal a beverage as ginger nk Will the srtloon return A saloon Is red the imported champagnes ports Madeiras sherries cveii this cannot wliully account for his rise Thesecret any place permitted to sell liquor springs of his power at tin moment ho took control to be drunk on thp premises other of the state arc to 1 of the k of nntiomil reconstruction lie found 1 think in the fact that than hotels n ikelihood of his being equal to tho is served with at tcust gave the Appetizers of and sturgeon borsclu chicken with peastu pate de foie gras and baked ice cream j Americans gave everyone plenty to eat Rus Since the World War since the United States has sian newsrecls were shown Skvlrsky doesnt wear evening clothes at his own parties He left Russia before Moscow entered inter national diplomacy in a big way Poets Corner eral and restaurants where it meals Postmatter Gn y utters an emphatic No MY BONIE MARY Go fetch to me a pint o wine An fill It in a silver taSsie That I may drink before I go A service to my bonie lassie become creditor of the world and since this nation has taken a greatly magnified part in world affairs there has developed a change of viewpoint and it is expected to alter materially the beverage situation under repeal Americans have come to think that their own products are as good and perhaps a little bit better than foreign wares American whiskies always had an excellent reputa tion and there was a considerable export business Tastes were developed in other parts of the world for the purely distinctive Bourbon whisky of our own Kentucky and rye from Arnericsn distilleries was well thought of abroad With the wines it was different and the tide Q Where is the Sunshine A Thus highway the only international project of its size east of the Rocky Mountains connects Albertas of the States of king an attractive the Rockies from the Peace River District in Northern Alberta to San Diego California on the south a distance of more than 2500 miles Q HOTT much money waa In hoarding when the sil was considered P A It is estimated that between and 42000000000 was withdrawn from active circulation for hoarding Q What is the product made from cornstaJks J II A It Is called maizolith and has been used on a small scale in the manufacture of the following arti Yes To be sure he limits thp saloon of postwar capitalism ant a religious system that would put the to the large centers of population Al lllt v of hnck of tho Hs rensOn for advocating the saloon i national effort for recovery anrl stabilization j is that lf such are lot Iegany pike and J e taken four days to discuss this phase of the provided they are certain to spring ithp lisp HitT hecruiKe in the United States no less up in response to popular demand and u t t nan in dormany here is a popular hunger for a mom thus we shall have a continuance of communities nmv not served bv the Suburban 1 K decisive and more socially effective politics economics Water Company of Philadelphia Some day Chester creek and Ridley creek i valleys bc gobbled up by private ownership i and this city will lose thi1 only chance for a water supply not subject to Uiinl ly salt and sewerage to Lot us hope we can meet our j situation without Hitlcrian slumps into intolerance anil i violence We hope our oflicials will noi be behind those the speakeasy and the blind pig Of covire we shall we shall have that in any rw Has Mr ShousR for gotten thU we hul thr speakeasy and the blind before prohibition Ap parent ly hns Why in the prcVol j stead days ilvre was a saloon i on every corner of Edgmont avenue j Chester was full of speakeasies And I DONT PAY TAX KB it will be full of hem unclrrany sys A lot of people around Civmslmro make the above lrm s lifiuor control unless the statement Docjuisc they pay no direct taxes to the rnirrtde of an honesi city government F ro m O t b e r V 5 e w p oi n ts And 1 maun leave my bonie Mary The trumpets sound the banners fly The glittering spears are ranked ready The shouts o1 war are heard afar The battle closes thick and bloody Its no the roar o sea or shore Wnd mak me langer wish to tarry Nor shout o war thats heard a far Its leaving thee my bonie Mary Burns of beer was from Europe here rather than the reverse les Noiseless gears rods tubes reflllable fuses rings It is fairly certain that the next few years will see dlsk wheels bearings screws and nuts Q How many of the persons listed in Whos Who five their religious S A In the 193031 edition 16629 persons gave their religious affiliations while 12994 did not of other communities in siuh tmomi taxi internal porlunity hut will be among the to i this opi revenue taxes or inhrritjtnct they think they any lax Nothinj could bc further i I1 very citizen pays in ono form or pledge COOperatlOn in this promising limlnr another The government iRspondinfr billions of dol taking aiui beyond the ordinary expense of run he machine in nil kiiuis of schemes Those Flapper Fanny Says should come o puss in which case they might bn reduced to a small number The with which our rr of thought can tnr r deliberately suppress Hsru sing this problem would be surprising if It were less gen i eral nmit he pain rnr The troverniuent has no I o FYCOHNX HFTliUN of nicnnie other than tinmoney the people pay1 As Senator Crpporonce rcmaikerl i1 ihnnich luxe i You may repeal the Eighteenth Today the Legislature of Pennsylvania as f laxc when wo pi to the moving picture Ameadment you cannot repeal the in snoriii rmo nfi HP Vhirf il oli nn Iftric licht ako a liquor problem It is now more in S in SpeDal spxsioil OllP o Uie illlOt llems Uic rap anythiiijr iav sistcnt than evev The nation has rle for consideration being control of the coming flow of legalised chot representatives of manufacturers sincere wets cere drys have been confernmr aunncr me nasi i vf VhnTVw lM0 was larKcly bccauseaH had failed that fortnight to discover the best method oC cxcri tv cising control over liquors Many believe the report of Raymond B Fos dick and Albert L Scott written for John D Rockefeller Jr should be used as a handbook This report recommends the complete elimina tion of private core of the prob the establishment of an Alcohol Con A strong indication that this may be so is found in the circumstance that already there has been announced the First International Beef and Wine Show Even though Prohibition still is the law of the land full ar rangements have been made for the opening of the ex position at the Grand Central Palace in New York be ginning February 1 next The exposition has been limited to beer and wine probably in the realization that Americans know enough nbout the real hard stufT already The rest of the world seems certain that there will bv no slipup about the advent of repeal because already exhibitors Irom seventeen foreign lands have entered the show and have reserved booths at which they will show their products The famous Tokay wines of Hungary the ports nnd sherries of Spain and Portugal of Q Wliy a shark lurn on Rs to attack nil H G A Because of the peculiar conformation of a sharks mouth it is necessary for it to turn on back when attacking an object at the surface of the water A sharks mouth opens below its snout on the underside of Its body and It is therefore unable to bite any thin directly above it without turning over Q Why arc alternate and pink colorings sometimes seen in small clouds 31 S A Iridescent clouds are produced in the same way as the colors in the rings around the sun or moon that is by the process called diffraction R modification of or effect on light as it passes adjacent to any object j I f a IT aleep thf maker of the bed the I cidctl tlinv n try somctnmc nn than prohibition and now it nuist ric the sales of winCS aildiml ilvp m cvon you lon t own it And the arvd try them again If we tio what nioie schemes the covcrnmcnt cntors into tho hijrliov ran we expect but more 1 the taxes IIP You may not know it hut for every dollar the lovri ninonv spends you Aelp to p an riiove is one experiment we never one in its Advertiser tried To tax liquor high and colled i the lax at the source and let the sale in i llbe as free as sou rlrinks Wouldnt D e iVil 1 n U t e I U D 1 I kill boollrsKlnt nnd fneakcasics 11 And the result would be no worse tlla under any other system all of royprty anil shamp shall lie to him that rpfuseth in1 which eome to this everybody who reproof shall he hon wants liquor crts il somehow anri dont get any iSI 111 I llTti W JJJrtlil c France the German Rhinewines and the Italian via In a cloud tne minute water droplels account for thu tages will be placed on exhibit Even the Far East is coloring to a great extent sending its exotic drinks and South America also is to be represented An exhibit of special interest will be that from the Baron Edmund de Rothschilds ccle brated vineyards of Palestine i The beers of Bavaria and other German States of England and other beerproducing nations the meads 1 and ales of Scandinavia and the delicate Benedictine and Chartreuse with all manner of other such beverages will be on display Side by side and challenging them will be the exhibits of I he American winegrowers The brewers Ion will be handsomely represented with brands that were known to thr last Rcncration and had a preliminary reincarnation last spring when Conarcss authorized 32 There is another factor involved in the exposition In addition to the bottles cases tuns and casks of rare Why docs water frcerc from he op downward Q O M A Because it is the top of the water which first comes in contact with a freezing temperature 1 Q What was meant by a rommnnily A It wa not uncommon particularly in poor com munities o bury the dead without individual coffins the bodies heine placed In the groundin simple winding sheets In such cases a sort of bier to Iransport a body was used and returned to the church to be tised again as circumstances demanded Q Who wrrc the ancestors nf Kla Wcntlrl who left thr rstatf which has hern in 1 D Ciirls hn put on a fiasiv font dont always sparkle in conversa tion wines there will be on exhibition specimens A The first member of the Wcnricl family in Amer of the most modern machinery and equipment for the ica was Jonn Gottlieb Matthias who came to dispensing and handling of beverages During the very period when the United States was dry there was a great advance in such fields as airconditioning and refrigeration Certain wines and beers must bc kept at special temperatures to preserve body flavor and bouquet American mnnufacturers have been adapting their products to meet these requirements nnd in nil probability a substantial industry will be built up in this connection Such American products doubtless will find an export market too While samples will be given away warning has already beon made that they can not be consumed onthe premises However there will be a cafe In the same bulldinc anri there one may purchase any beer or wine on diplny at the exposition There is every Indication that this cafe will for the time being be a fort of comi bination of all the famous restaurants in the world i It is an in fact that while the oMer countries in the pnst have bcrn more celebrated than the United j States lor rare and fine vintages It was an American the the United States from Germany in 1708 The following year he married Miss Elizabeth Astor sister of the first John Jacob Astor His son was John Daniel Wcndel who was the father of the Ella Wcndel who recently died ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS BT FRfinFRIC HASKIN Stop a minute and think nbout this fuel You Cftn our Information Bureau question of net oiirt Ret tlin answer baric In R Dcronal letlcr It Is R srent cducn tlormt MCA Introduced Inlo Hie lives of the most tntelll Kcnt neonle In the worldAmcrirsn newsrraocr readers It li of that best mirnosc of newspacer 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