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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1934, Chester, Pennsylvania                              riGZAG DRIVIHG OOESNT ALWAYS GET THC MOTORIST INTO HOLES vwtt FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17810 Dallv Wire KfDOrts of United Tress and International News Service INS UP CHESTKR 1A FRIDAY JANUARY 2G 10IM TWENTY PACKS PRICE TWO CENTS 116 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES GET THEIR DIPLOMAS Midyear Commencement Exercises Held in Smed Icy Junior High School 1M4ENOHARDEN Address Given by Member of Theological Seminary Faculty Midycar commencement exercises which took on the proportions of a June graduation were held last eve ning in Ihe auditorium of thc Smed ley Junior High school Seventeenth and Upland streets where n class of 116 Chester High school pupils re ceived their diplomas Thc audilo rium was filled to capacity by an in terested audience of parents and friends of members of the class In an address of welcome by Dr David A Ward superintendent of schools the ofliciaj congratulations of the administrative body of the school district were extended to the members of the class An expression of appreciation was also given to the patents of the graduates for their continued efforts to make it possibl1 for the pupils to continue their school work until graduation Dr Ward reminded the graduat big class that in the present day there is a necessity to give concern both to the proper method of follow ing the duties of the workaday world and to the best methods to be fol lowed in making proper use of lei sure time now always on the in creaw Spend your leisure time wisely he advised and bear in mind that an education is a lifelong task never completed The principal address of theeve ning was made by Rev William R McNult of the faculty of the Crozer Theological Seminary The class was told by thc theologian that in reality life is a game with special rules which change with each suc ceeding generation It was said that despite the changes from generation to generation the fundamentals re main essentially the same The present generation with Its problems and changes in rules war I said by thc speaker to be an age of ehaUenpe tn those coming on in years All the generations of Ameri cans were shown to have been pio neering new fields up to the pressn time when their accomplishments j moilern Kmoh Arilrti John HOPE TO PASS THE GOLD BILL BYJIGHT Failing in That a Special Senate Session Looms for Saturday Republicans Sec Act an Injury to the Manin t heStreet RAID UNCOVERS DRUG SUPPLY WASHINGTON Jan Thr loud Republican attack on President I Roosevelts new gold monetary pro gram gained in volume in the Senate today as it werved from constilu tlonal questions to a defense of the j man in the street against deviilu 1 alion of the gold dollar 1 The Republicans apparently were j seeking to make a campaign issue of j the Presidents request for power to i nationalize gold and create a S2000 i 000000 fund for stabilizing imerna j Uoiiiil exchange Republican leaders already htivc condemned the stabili sation fund as a gambling venture of staggering proportions certain to lead to tremendous losses to the gov 1 crnment and huge profits for private speculators Administration leaders sat silent under most of the attack relying upon their ability lo muster enough votes in the Senate to eliminate all unfavorable amendments and enact Whetk Maxwell was dis charged from lhc service afltr the the bill as desired Ihc President THREE GUNMEN MAKE GETAWAY AFIWWKUP Alleged inmtiiinK Estab lishment Scene of Darinu Daylight MARTYR TO MODESTY Senator Robinson Ark majority of the sudden iiul dramatic raiil on the elty prison on Niw VorUs Police Express Opinion Robbers Were Disgrun tled Patrons ol I Mace A daring slickup of an alleged gambling establishment wns perpc IniUd nt 1115 oclock this mornltiK when llin0 tinned men one of I hem I of the IwoBim type burst Inlo a builcliiiK in Hi100 block Kust Ninth hound lluproprietor and three i others in the pliui vising telephone cords uiuf the mens bells relieved Ihe proprietor of and hLs com ul what cliuiiKi they hud in i Ihiir pockets uiul made a cUiui ijit j iiwuy According to In police Ihe place said to be conductid bv Ntlson I FOUR CHESTER YOUTHS JAILED FOR BANDITRY Two Admit Beating and Robbing Delaware Man Met in Taproom Others Confess toHolding Up and Robbing Drunks Sentences VlltClNIA I1 KINK lKIIMAXN Two Elfthth Ward youths who pleaded utility to brutally beating Clayinonl Del man and robbing him of J26f were denounced by Jtldgs John M HroomaH mid Judsc Albert putlnii MacDnde fll Media yesterday mid ijlveu lengthy terms In the county jail Joseph Creamer 27 of the 800 block Pusty street this city was fined uml cosls itiici lileti from two and Hiehalf to five years ivnd Cnrlton 1tny jfj of thn 000 block Pusey vlreet was ulven from one and one hulf lo live years According to he common wealth1 tin Illnis as VliEliilii decided this inornlnK was a nootl linu lo recoup their losses through the slickup process While one mini slood on uard outside the building the ulher three war he learned llial Nora Cluuneh j leader announced lie would hold a jroiiiculIynuiHCd Welfare Island Commissioner uf CnrnHiim AlaeCitrniiek I entered the establishment uiul whom lie married in had ilii Saturday session unless the bill passed here is shown a vorccct him while hi was overseas t by nightfall today Believiiijr col its were found lo be concealed More than carrier pigeons found In him dead she filed suit for A major silver war was threatened DC institution were believed o have necn used io sniucelithe liUES to the aiue And thats wliy Maxj by a bloc of Western progressives Jmnales ness lo prove lies John Maxwell SUMMERBIBLE SCHOOL HONORS REVALLATHEM his insurau well is hrinsiisr Dfiputy Marshal Josj from bolh parlies Led by senator eph IriRlitl with iim us wit Wheeler Dl of Montana and Sen ator Borah of Idaho the silver ites will propose aulhoriziiiG Ihc President to purchase 1000000000 ounces of silver and then issue silver certificates paper money J against the silver bullion They expect to be de feated but they to wage a lively debate The Republican strategy of defend ing the man in the street against the gold devaluation program drew jibes from the Democrats The Republicans nevertheless prc dieted dire results on persons with fixed incomes They charged the de valuation program would slash the purchasing power of millions without giving material benefit to anyone ex cept the confirmed debtor Theypre dicted salaried employes and persons Delegates to Conference in tlic Third Church Re elect Him President MYSTERY MARKS BREMER CASE Fate of Kidnaped St Paul Banker Remains Hid on Ninth Day ST PAUL Minn Jan John Dillintcr notorious bandit and jail breaker is one of thc suspects in the kidnaping of E HOUSE COMMITTEE I access lo Ihe main room promptly I P A I X I X IN fTiM I s displayed revolvers and nave Ihe It rV I O LiO 1 i 1 If 1 fj coiiimaiid to the uceupiints to keep 1 quiet While the twonun robber i rF A V AAA AAA covered the victims haters shoes 1 A tDCf UUUUUUU were removed Collins in addition to MOTOR PLANTS OE NATIONJPEED UP Army of 325000 Work ers to Keep iace With Industry this also being compelled lo hand uvcr j his trousers Wavs and Means Croup Alter rilling the pockcla of the mens clothing the robbers bound Ihcm and leaviiiK them lyhiK on the Door walked leisurely Iroin Ihe place and disappeared from the locality One of tliu victims succeeded in his bonds and nlliT tele phoning report of the robbery lo po iicu headquarters freed his com panions When Ihc police dilnll ar rived at tht establish iiint in response to the cull they obtained ilesrrip DETROIT Jan Copyright by tjon Uln mul Wno nlui iiird the i army them Revises Present Act Sharply on llinh Figures Amounts Over Hit by Increase White Col lar Workers Aided if United An Industrial j mLsme Ihis Information being fur rates dcslmied my of 3MOOOMoikcrslOO000 of nshed by coJlc he neighborI mi tern ncnntcd trom the unemployed j wn notiml hlm witlkinif Continued on Sixteen COUNTY BANKERS ELECT OFFICERS i Sessions Attended by 200 on fixed incomesas Insurance or revenue from small Delegates Will ComC t0isllfrel drastichardships Officers for the ensuing year were elected at the annual meeting of the Delaware County Bankers Associa tion which was held last evening at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street George R Crothers of the Chester Cambridge Bank and Trust Company was chosen president Others elected were W A Sullivan National Bank of Lansdowne vicepresident H L Gray ChesterCambridge Bank and Trust Company secretarytreasurer The new executive committee is WASHINGTON Jan 20 New lo raise an iiddl nnmmlly were len vs 1vi IHMH1 W1NI 1IUU 11UUUCU mm I u IMC illsL automobile imj forth In front of the place latively approved by the House Wayi mer St Paul banker who is bcliis i factory whistles today as thc industry I M umc the cftll was received at and Means Committee yesterday held for ransom Police Ini mobilized to meet the livrKest new poilce hriukiuurlers the patrol was As Hie bill In its oriRlnnl form Alter makhiK the rounds of several Creamer and Perry Whltchead to drive otib Highland avenue There they stopped the cur brutally beat Whiteheaci and robbed htm of his money White head teslitied thai he WHS In the Chester Hospital for several days sullering from a fractured nose and other Injuries Creamer had inflicted with a club The pair were arrested the follow ing day lYrry at his home airt Creamer in West Chester where ha was spending the money like a drunken sailor Defense Attorney John J Stetser called a score of character wit nesses in Perrys behalf Including the officials of a Marcux Hook plant where Ihc defendant hai been employed In a responsible posi tion for seven years There are two ninny crimes of tlils nature being committed in the and they must be stopped Judge Broomall declared Judgs Continued on 1ajre Sixteen Close This Evening spector Charles Tierncy said today On the other hiuidT the bill was j when told of thc capture of Dillinycr i defended today as essential to any effort to clear Americas tremendous Continued on Eighteen NOVEL MEETING AT in Tucson car buying wave in five years nit and I hi police detail on duty had A United Prefs survey earlier this i no siutoniotlvc means of transporta wcek clisctoscd that orders for 1031 lion totnake a hurried trip lo Ihc Tierncv added however tint so fir ctus ixheacly huve passed the uuarlcr i establishment it being several inln iieinej aciacu npwcxei lliat so lai illinl nni loc flixl nlUecrs nnclied was estimated to yield I ON UOULKVAUD SPAN City oOlcials and members of thfl there was no evidence to connect Dillingcr with tlicj Bremcr snntch but that hchad been listed susr pcct along Avith a number of other notorious criminals Enrollment of delegates to thc Summer Bible School Conference in progress at the Third Presbytcdian church Broad and Potter streets reached a tolal of more than two hundred today with a number of late registrants from far distant points arriving last evening or early today Announcements mads by the v nominating committee yesterday afi tween mothers of pupils and the of fliDScnCc slnco his sctzur ternoon revealed that the founder of school was introduced in thc Dewcy kidnapers thc school Rev A L La them pastor Mann School Third and Jeffrey Taken from thc streets of of ths Third Presbyterian Church streets yesterday afternoon when a juula billion dollar mark j ST PAUL Minn Jan i A shroud ot mystery still enfolds the Spurred by this unexpected dn the place mand exceeded only in the boom j Tyenrathc industry is rapidly absorb ing iLv idle labor Manufacturers ieI port lhat they rre recalling thousands of their former workers every day vites before the first olllcers reached They expect employment figures J fnlo Qf Echvm G Bremcr 37year will approach 192B and 1020 levels by old president of the Commercial lhc end of February An innovation in cooperation bei state Bank today on the ninth day Assembly line laborers who have Leen mothers Of nunllS find thn II i nnf fnt liin niwl Ilirnr vnn re Detectives Had Him All the Time But Did Not Know It the revised measure if adopted would i T Ji produce a tolal yearly revenue of Comnisslon yesterday hiilf billion dulhirs i hcUI ll conference m council cham The 1 hhsim Income taxes bv I C1Ly tllscuaalnK the pro At same lime the known thak made ii slight conciss on to wh te glncor j d complctcd plans collar workers b Hllowin a le collar workers by fol tlll which do not conform j dilution ot 10 per cent Tor earned Uu 6fclly engineers nnd Income city ofllclals who have already made Thn collke mflde lor 11 drlvcwiiy to be known 17 Bremer has rnmoosed of James P Baker First hati reelected president round table conference was held for hcart from fiinc all nn NaUonal Bank this city James thc Summer Bible School Associa he purpose of considering character reachcd hs famiily Irom thc ivdiiuiiai jniN Liim uiiiio in i I l i i hi i fi in fr n n H uhnt Ilic nrii j Hnppe Tinicum Bank J H Hallman Wayne Title and Trust Company K s White Prospect Park State Paul B Dctwiler assistant tion other officers included in the i building and what the teachers arc j tors since Ulxt announcement follows I endeavoring to accomplish Although Ihc Vicepresident Dr Alexander Alison The parents were the Grade moluy demanded was made ready Jr Bridgeport Conn secretary Dr i Mothers At the beginning of lhc a wccl ago tilP kidnapers T T 1 t 4 ijinijO for contact with thc mothers ransom more workers now than at this time I serving two nnd threeyear terms The officials of the Felton Fire j so that the appointment of directors Company Third and Yarnall streets j made yesterday is thc choice of per During the discussion yes have had a notice posted on the sons to serve for 1337 Those elected parents made thorough study abductors and of tiieyear bulletin board informing all drivers to the directorate body for 1937 are i various virtues as exemplified through vlciim J i wcre ovcr 000 u and members that Front street be as follows Rev Alexander Alison character building It shown just Tnrw fcs rorrrv twecn Parker and Kerlin Ninih Bridgeport W L Alice teachers were trying to mcmbcrs of lhc rainly j Ninth street between Morion and Walnut street arc clos1 fie during the repavin street under the direction Pennsylvania State Highway Depart and driving over with us so you cnn point him out asked Ihe detective i The youth agreed iirnnnd the volunteered ment Continued on Pace liiirliUeil HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY lly United Press PROSPECT PARK lypi objected capital gains and losses provision of I present law was com pletely rewriUen to guard HKiilnsl lax dodginK The new rovislon is No Steve SmedlLy was for the parents to know just An Interesting program vas en The governors at Hari lsburg school siiRgeslcd Thc cops what the teachers are doing in order joyed last evening by the combined 1 today announced thc rcappointmcru t were willing to try anything in order ConlluiiLc mi rrcasiiry balance as ot January 24 Internal revenue niiIJ800 Customs receipts OliGllfi Topics of Times that they may augment these plans i membership of Die Mens and Worn of persons whose names were scni to reach Steve Hi wntnL there 1 at home Future meetings of this ens Bible Classes of Madison Street i to the Senate for eonnrmatlon ru thc I fets go back to lie house said h PI I III IX I I tjpc wi1 lic lpltl flom timc to llme Methodist Episcopal Church itTihc I recent special sessions but were not i Mexonlgfe When they arrived back JJiJUVJ 1 i as yesterdays response was most suej aniiual dinner of the organizations acted upon Among them are tin at Strves house Jrc siiKBMtrd that i U S EXPORTS AND IMPORTS JUMP cessfuK Principal A H ShowAlter i in the ChaiKl building adjoining the following Delaware county residents hie ftet out uul go presided at thc meeting Among the church at Seventh and Madison Mrs Mary B lueklc of this city was there That i but about that Y j WT I I l 1 ut niu itucLiiig mu it iDuveiiui ana iviatllSOll rvirs ivnuv o IJIHJMI ui Linsr city JlUIgC 1 tOnCllCld KtlJCS 111 guests were Dr Charles F Smalley I streets Thc guest speaker of thc eve Mrs Julia C Ynrnall of Swarlhmore AT HIAIEAH PARK tnfty Iady W Tiny Weather rlrar track fast AT FAIR GKOUNOS Shrritlajis 2 rorcisn Play Sister Xor 1 Prince Charlo I Miss Twinklin a fri him rp 4 i lllC South Chester Baptist Church 1 ning Josiah Sleeper secretary of nnd J Milton of Upper Darby I IX IlSpUlC J and Mrs William J McDowell presii the Chester Rotary Club who adi who were named members of the j car Rrerled him with a Hello 31 eve have worked Commerce Hcporl for De cember Shows Increase Of JOR HIM Republican Wins I dent of the ParentTeachers AssociaI rirrssed the assemblage of more thnn I tion one hundred men of Trustees of Pcnnhurst State Were the faces ol the policemen women School red President Judge W Roger Fronri field at Media this morning ordered mandamus proceedings iii the case of Arthur B Kyncr Sr of Prospect Park to have himself declared elected lax collector of that borough nuashcd and on Ihe strength of his opinion Chnrles Mink clerk of the courts iMued a certificate of election t CCrlifying his Street Paving Operations Causing Inconvenience Roosevelt Ball Plans Indicate Big Attendance Over Previous Month WASHINGTON Jan A county judge says that many marriage difficulties are due to trivial ities Thats what inany women call their husbands Alaska Is getting warmer and warmer says a ship captain who Just docked here Proof that he doesnt come from cither Florida or California West Kighth street from Sproul street to the Chestercreek is com monly calkd Holy City After twenty slrnngu motorists drove down i here and were compelled to back up one block it became an unholy city if one can Judge by their remarks Steve says garlic is good for Rerouting of traffic from Ninth presented by Kyncr street and the consequent closing of was on the result of thc November several important business blocks un Blur nrookliatfan Bale Cliiijier was the cnndidate Ul the work is completed has had its on the Republican ticket ana polled ollrct on business men of the section a total of 743 votes The name of nntj many have expressed varying Arthur B Kyner Sr appeared onopinious COnccrniiu their virtual the Democratic ticket as oppo temporary state of beinc mnrovineii j Assemble at LilllS Held DanI ncnl and 722 votes were cast for him Automobile dealers on Ninth slrcci s mum as thc voters choice Thc name of i have had their showrooms mad Arihur Kyner also appeared on the practically unapproachable by ve COUNTY WOMENS NOTED KILLER CLUBS SESSION GANG CAPTURED We admit it will do one thing it will Contrary to seasonal declines having colds away from can ts nnd imports jumped four you per cent in December as compared i Circus owners looking for new with November nnd cuused thr j laem Uns ycar nnd KCVeral country to end lUfl with exports I good jugglers among the fellows totaling an increase of whose Job it Is to balance a city SHMOOO over mXs lota of mdaad and i The movement lo honor President CU 01 dOOO I Roosevelt when he becomes 52 years Imports for Ihe year amounted to Huey Long may be right at that Xazaire Coin Collector Don Taskrr cloudy trark slow nld on January iO by giving a PreM nn Increase if Its the man who counts the votes dcnllal Birthday Hall in evrrv com1 over 193Js figure of that counts If thats the case munity in Ihe land has become a vir know several ward heelers who munity tual landslide wlth PPOximatcly fiOWJ balls nl Times Cooking School in March Good news for thc housewives of Chester and Delaware county Thc annual Cooking School by thf Chester Timennd under thc direction of Ih DcBoth Home Makers School Chicaso will be held on the after noons nf March 6 7 nnd n with an evening session on Thursday March 8 Thn sessions will be held in the auditorium of the Masonic Tem ple Ninth and Welsh streets which is centrally located and adjacent to all transportation lines It Is fully expected that Mrs Katherine Delaney who has been in charge of the five previous Cooking Schools here will be the lecturer Mrs Delaney is regarded as one of She foremost of her pro fession and upon hrr npprarancss here ricrply Imprrseri nil who at tended with hrr of thr rookinc art nnri hrr ricfi manner of explaining recipe tickol of the Progressive Ieapue of hiculnr traffic nnd oneof the dealis Praspcct Park without the initial commnitin on thc situation or Sr printed thereon and the The new pavinwill become an LSi tal of votes polled for the candidate ict when finished but they couldnt was 110 i have picked a more inconvenient time Kyner set forth tho claim that the to sht s olr lhalt thc present when total number of the votes polled on Continued on 5ace ri CHANGES IN ROIJTI OF MAIL CARRIE clownc at Midwinter jjcrous Criminal Caught J Meeting at Tucson Arizona every s w cfminiunillcs pourlns in is already apparent j this will be the birthday larty In Amiiican history Hils ex noeeniburs exports totaled 41D2j should be big shots 000000 against jnifiMOOO for the j inline month In 1032 and imports Some people say that Rudy Valles dnriii he month were valued at i worth a million dollars Rudy aininst for he isnt And many agree with him Uccemlxr 1M2 The big gain occurred durin the A newspaper office in Philadelphia was robbed yesterday Thats f should have scooped of the of ill I ULlUM njii vi in UK till Kiiuviov rf vni r J iv J vim j party In American history Tills ex jrt llonthis thevalue of lhcy shoud havc scooped e Fine Arts Ari Jan j VIS U0a lcr ccnl i The biggest problems people of thin e midwinter Jonn niiiinier nnd his gang of prlice Cnrl 13yolr Bcncrai director ciy havc to solvc rc how to rnnnfu Tfri j t fliui Hit dcciiiiL HI r iiinto traffic niici wnPM whore anrl oniiniy j fa 1 hnnk robbers that sue Plans for Ihe Chester neeption an S field VCS nlinnrr llif iviMll will hn tU AL qilOl of the Fine nt the midwinter Guard dc nlinost completed Ihe event will be I citv officers i hcltl Armnr Eighth and j how to sell liquor The fact that the Kiwanians picked out Mrs E W Bine for their annual DKATH OF WORKMAN accm havc wer nnliniiril on 1agc Spr0111 despile the fact Ihn INJURIES CAUSE of Companies I and C will Jtnrt at 10 n in on the followins When the military officials were re The Weather Workmen employed by the city it fell oil the vehicle It fell on him tinder the Civil Works Administration j crushing him and causing internal j program sponsored1 toy members f injuries i council yesterday paintnrl the yellow Ho was a married man and Ihei hackerovind onlhr curbs U street fa I her of crown children Hie body i WASHINGTON Jan Pennsylvania cloudy and slightly colder portion tonight Saturday fair and warmer Pennsylvania Generally and Saturday warmer TODAYS 6 a mitOU a m W 7 B m 4fl Noon rn work lit Mpirisfnm mid section rrrly program trstHird bv enthipiaVtir vests 538000 in cnh and 512000 In fnterhretions on whlrh lh nanirs nf was reniovrrl from ih hospital to R a HiAO 1 p m cniu rv liiir routes spread among today A fire sftcr thc explofifui 1 i ithc street1 will be printed In black i thc inorann of Deputy Coroner George 9 ni fl 2 p m M ther regular carriers was subdued j Continued on Tace Eichl t Conlinued on Tage Sixteen letters While Third and Norris streets 10am40   

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