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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania Tacna >4 ^reatvx/all;( OF CHINA I:’ Chanocmu1 Paiyihtala •^Tunh'Ja Of (PINO JAPA^ ^ 5t A Stout: TslNAH NEW CHINESE BATTLE FRONT HARQlS x ► f lOlvl SHANHAIKWAN IS OCCUPIED AFTER JAPANESE DRIVE Foes of China Push Inside Croat    Wall; 500 Re ported Killed Foreign    Powers Watch Situation: Hope to Avoid International Tilt TOK IO. Jan. 4    < TTP<- Forkier. Minister Urhida today instructed the Japanese delegation at Geneva to notify the League of Nations Assembly that seizure of Shanhaikwan is to be treated as a loral incident. ' PEIPING, Jan. 4—»UP)-Japanese troops occupied Chinese territory inside the great, wall at Shanhaikwan today after their terrfiic bombardment left the city in smoking ruins with at least 500 Chinese soldiers dead and an undetermined number of civilians dead or wounded. The Japanese gained control of the Mukden-Pciping Railway and entrance into the rich province of Jehol. with losses reported officially as eight dead, including one commissioned officer. and 13 seriously wounded. Chinese conceded occupation of Shanhaikwan after three Japanese assaults from sea. land and air and intensive bombardment of Hie city. Marshal Chang Hsueh-Liang young war lord who was ousted from his great Manchurian domain bv tile Japanese, considered the occupation of Shanhaikwan a national emergency. He advised the Japanese commander a' Shanhaikwan to address n    ...    ,    . fueller communication o the Nan- Represent alive I Ians M ate. ( minty, township, large end small. The scream of artillery fire pum tufted by the rattle of machine tuns again reverberates through North China, near the (.erat Wall. w here J.ipa nese and Chinese forces engage in battle in the area shown in this map the garrison city of Shanhaikwan. Ivins in the danger rune brlwren Chang-chun and I irntsin. was the sc ene of one hitter attack. Japanese c laimed Chinese had bombed Japanese poli e. They sent a force to shanhaikw an. lur hours a battle raged with < hinese machine* gunners finally repulsing the artillery attack against the walls of the ritv. Meanwhile Japanese warships reportedly have arrived at Chinwangtan from Dairen while reserves moved towards Shanhaikwan from Chinchow. Japanese and ( hinese forces are re ported concentrating on either side of the I treat Mall. TURNER SALARY ELIMINATION OF REDUCTION BILLS GRADE (ROSSINO REACH THE HOUSE IS DISCUSSED 10 MILLS TAX RATE IS URGED BY TAXPAYERS I t> in mitt o c* S ii b rn i t s Formal Request to Members of C ity (ouiuil Statement Read by E. W allace ('bacin irk < 'ite* Reasons tor Economies Formal and urgent request that the cliv laxr.s he reduced one and alf mills, was made bv a < un msttee representing the Delaware County Taxpayers Association when, accompanied by approximately 60 representative citizens, the commit -lee appeared before the members of City Council this morning, and .submitted a communication embodying reasons for tax ieduct ion With Mayor William Ward. Ji . presiding and ail members of Cornu ii in attendance. Samuel I) Clvric local realty man. and chairman of the taxpayer committee, introduced Attorney F Wallace Chadwick who, following a few remark* read the following request: “In behalf of this association of taxpayers we lie-ire to present to your body, with the moat courteous and friendly, but at the same time mast urgent insistence, that taxes in this city, as well as everywhere in our county, must lie reduced We stair thi' not as a I I.• av a hope, not as a thing merely desirable, but rather as a vorv stub-horn aud concrete fait which has as its basis the nerds of many of our most thrifty citizens, and the financial problems of practically ail our industrial and business enterprise HIU HW AV USERS MEETING TOXIC;HT SUGGESTS CURE CUM DV. WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED THE DEPRESSION An attendance of several hundred interested Citizens is anticipated at ♦ he overflow men mr of the Highway Users’ Confer* nee, to be beld this evening in tile Charlea K Hyatt M»mo-Arm • on campus of 'he : y ” M . . coi>ge rom Camden (’. of C. Executive nth «nf and Melrose avenue, at 4er;ot-N    A cid    Members    of ( *    f teal and national rep-    . :i ".ii    mini vs the meeting on    I/OCfl!    (votary ( I ll ll topics n’atua to the Important que*-! turn of highway end railroad trans-jmrtatlon. Iii*’ purpose of the meeting is lo acquaint those who attend w. the highway users’ side nf the controversy between themselves arui lie ai.rout -. in an unprejudiced Mostly cloudy skies are predicted today and tomorrow, with warmer weather today and colder tomorrow’, In Fast em Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.    I     * Hie highest temperature here yes- Atlantique, Costing $18,* ferdav whs M *• 3 p. in, and the NKW FRENCH LINER BURNS; ITS CREW OF 2HO RESCUED Huy American and (iivc Americana Work*’ I* His Timely Slot*an 000,000, Reported Urol)* ablv a T<0 a I I^jss REI’l RI.ICINS TO DITCH ROOSEVELT IOMI I! FXS PLANS Hope to Upset President -Fleet > Program for the Short Session Hitter on Farm Relief and Budget Balancing; Repeal Drive On -and Anteri- lowest was 36, at 7 30 a. rn. lire average of 44 was eleven degrees above normal for tire data and one degree ..bove the average January 3 last *-,« y ar. Maximum temperature for che r tames Discovered Oft date Is 62. established in 1913, and minimum 3 below zero, In 1879. Sunrise today was at 7.21 a rn . and sunset will be at 4 49 p. rn , Eastern Standard time Cherbourg; No Hasson* senhors Aboard BETHEL ('DI RT | I ONDON, Jan. 4~< INS»-Aban- i doned to a    fiery dorm. the luxurious 42.512 ton    French    steamship LAN DD/ADU    DUhLTM'h    ;:nv'^ lA drifted in    a p.ii Of smoke I    ll WIlCi    Util "Mi    rJI    »nd flsrne    tonight    n m.mi Time. [fifteen miles northwe. of the island -- of Jersey in the Fnglish Channel. ( our! Severely Raps Po lice, Hinting at spiraea Charges WASHINGTON House Rules C Democrat ie. tor! ut right of wav to t king government, and not to Marshal Chang The Japanese insisted on regarding the Shanhaikwan fighting as a local incident which could be settled by local negotiations. Meanwhile Changs soldiers were reported to b. reforming at Changll, > under the proteriion of three armored trains, A Japanese armored train f was on patrol between Shanhaikwan Continued on Pare I ive MINOR JUDICIARY MEETS AT MEDIA Mem bern of the Magistrates’ A ;so-ciation of Delaware County, at a meeting held last evening at the Arcadia, on West* State street Media discussed legislation that will be Drastic ( haute in ministrativc ( tide Ad- Many Other Measures Presented:    Ruth Rranches Recess to Monday HARRISBURG, Jan 4    1 INS > A Hood of bills reached the House floor today and were sorted for committee action as soon as Speaker Grover C. Talbot announces the assignment*. Chief among the measures was legislation sponsored by Rep. Ellwood J. Turner. Delaware county, providing for drastic changes in the St Me administrative code, including reduction of .salaries in the higher classifications, re location of certain t ken up in the state legislature re- powers to the secret;.tv of internal yarding matters which will affectj aff*lrs. elimination of a number of magistrates.    minor    boards and commissions, and , A resolution was passed relative to!proVidin* ,hat ,,:l    exceeding, the appomtnieni of rn attorney to $4,000 ba made st. I‘dory. * *    *    *t-••    I-,    4 4    M e* t A. I* rn * J I « Two bilh designed to amend the j Sunday laws of 1794 were introduced. one sponsored bv Rep. Louis Schwartz. Philadelphia, and Rep. Joseph Steedie, Allegheny. The Schwartz bill would repeal certain sections of the blue laws and authorize municipalities by ordinance to prohibit sports on Sundays. In effect, it would establish home rule, protect mg those rommunitles which desire to adhere to th" Sabbath ban on commercialized amusements. The steedle measure provides for s referendum on Sunday sports, this measure also furnishing “home rule’’ as a solution of the question. Rep Schwartz offered a second bill to permit Sunday moving pictures and other indoor entertainment after 2 p in. The first of a se-ies of bills aimed at putting into effect the program agreed upon by the Republican State organization made their appearance in a short '■e.xvion of the Senate today. All were sponsored by Senator George I.. R”ed. Dauphin, formerly s member of the House. One of the bills, bv giving the \r,”ram’ affairs, who chairmanship cf the Public Ref. I' represent the association Kach one present gave an Interesting narration of some care out of the ordinary that had come to the attention of the speaker. Several members were absent owing to illness. The February meeting will be held or, the se'rnth af the Arcadia. WA It VETERAN IS FATALLY STRICKEN Stricken while dancing with h* wife in a hall at Broad and Ca’h-ejine streets last night, David Oiest. ad, 1453 North Seventeenth. Philadelphia, died a few minutes later in Graduate Hospital. Chest, a Spanish-American war veteran, was intending the annual installation ot officer; anti dance of (lie Benjamin C. Tilghman Camp. United Spanish W ar Veteran - Physicians aid his death was caused by heart disease A he collapsed he wax aided by Mile s Mon v ie. of this city, prominent in attended the Montague. Railroad and I*ii hi ic Service Officials Confer Lack of Finances Causes Deferring of Action Ro-tfardinjr Fairview Road At a meeting held this morning in Room AOI, City Hall, Philadelphia. which wax attended by representatives of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, the county, Ridley township the department of highways and private interests in the matter of ihe proposed elimination of a grade crossing of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Fairview road, Woodlyn, it was derided to postpone further action until October rn of the interested parties was in jk>-sitIon. financially, to carry out tire pro ett at this time. The merlin-, 1 had been called bv the Public Service Commission. A conference wax held In which Russell Wolfe, representing the public Service Commission; J F. Schrader, representing the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company; John F McDonough, representing the township; Albert J Williams, re pre- ( on tinned tin Page foe MOTORIST KILLED; o PERSONS HI RT David Wagner, 22. of 285 Congress avenue. Lansdowne, died in the Delaware County Hospital last evening at 6 15 o’clock, of injuries received in an automobile crash at West Ch^s'er pike and l awrence road. Manna, late in the afternoon. His sister, Mrs. Trey is Minnlch. and lur daughter, Luis, 4 of the sa nm address, were eft bv flying Bb s WUllemS New!in nl cr more Mill*. near Media dri'. rj- nf the other <•»», war cut arri bruited This is the basic fact with which your hodv must deal In fixing your tax rate for the current year. You will observe that we exclude from this discussion all question ax to the city* past expenditures for Its mu- ( unturned on I’nge I ive 2 MIONI HERE SOON FREED IN MULA. Two local salesmen who were arrested here yester daw on suspicion of highway robbery were turned over to Philadelphia detectives and early thy morning were freed upon establishing their identity, the Philadelphia detectives having nabbed the wrong men. The men were as Harry Pierson, 23, of Eighth .street, near Barclay street, and Ben Platt 24, of the IOO block East Twenty-third street Both were arrested here by Detective Dougherty. Detectives based tile airest on Information received they said They also claimed that Pierson, a former automobile salesman, has bern wnem-ploved for several months Both men were arrested in the vicinity of Seventh and Welsh streets and taken to detective headquarter' here for questioning before they were i turned over to ihe Philadelphia au- t borities. YO! \i, WOMAN ATTEMPTS SUK IDE Marx McCue, 20 of R04 East Ninth airer* made a Lr de attempt to end her life by asphyxiation In her home last night, according to police. The young woman was found in a third-story bedroom of her home, with gas flowing from a jet. She wa.' remov'd to the eau let Hospital, y hr ie she responded to em«rgenc> treatment sud wax later released in the rustodv of her mother No motive for her ct tempt was ascribed. mem plan reported to Pi esident-el Without record vote, to the Houm insure cons morrow. The rule wool o|>en to smendn tiber>iI debate. Jan 4 -<UP*- The mn nut tee,    heavily granted legislative he ' domestic allot- mn relief, a project til'* full backing of *t Roosevelt, en the forma lit v of a the committee reported Albert Dutton Min Dade, I ti court this morning, directed the district attorney's office to conduct a thorough investigation of sn the Bethel Court district in the Third Ward, of this city, the order following the jurists criticism of alleged conditions. I’ was during Hie trial of John Davis, Wilmington, Del, Negro, on < barges of auto theft aud operating an automobile while intoxicated, that Ie * lineny presented led Judge Mac-Mad1 to que (ion whv such happening as rind ,'hould be permitted and referring to the police, declared “It would not ta1 amiss lf the nit ne body PARIS, Jan. 4    11 NS > The Der- ( on- mnn teamer Ruhr saved the entlra crew of the burning French liner, Atlantique, owners of the vessel announced here today. The vessel Taught fire early today off the Channel Islands. It was the largest ship In the rend mon* French South American .service, containing accommodation for 1200 passengers. solution which would ration of the bill took! leave the bill wide pi oxide lei ( eotiiiiicii on I'aye l ive WASHINGTON, Jan. 4 (UP* -Republican Congressional leader* were determined today to ditch tile legislative program they think President-elect Roosevelt will place br-lore Congress They fully expert a * new admin- J titration" slate of legislation ta bt I. DARKY EMPLOYES agreed up*.* af ar t I* im 1 ,n Nm York City tomorrow between House and Senate Demon at* and Mr Roosevelt The program Is expected to Include provisions for budget-bal-ancing. beer and farm relief Republicans air hopeful of upsetting this program in the short session because of the shaky Democratic House majority, the inconclusive Democrat-Intragent Bellite alliance and President Hoovers veto power They arc determined that non* of Mr. Roosevelt‘s proposal* be put into effect while the Republican admin!.*-frcffon refits .’rn lh erne* Republicans are particularly bitter on the subject of farm relief and th*, controversial question of budget-balancing method# Two days in advance of tile submission of the allotment plan of farm relief md pcrhan* week* in advance of the expected fiscal legislation. pi moment Republican* have begun the relent Irs* hammering. They seem to feel that the irs! White House ' has been shifted from Washington 'n Hyde Paik and N#*v York The allotment, farm relief plan, [ formally reported to the Hou c yesterday, was assailed immediately ax 'n billion dollar sales tax on bread ’’ This was the phrase of Rep. Schafer, Repn. Wis Despite the barrage, Democrat leaders, convinced of Mr Roosevelt's 1 support of the bill sought a .‘penal rule today providing for its ronald- * era lion by the House on Thursday A final vote is expected Saturday. The Democrats fully expert a “Buy American Cana Work." This ut the slogan of I. D. Od liner executive secretary of the Camden County Chamber of Commerce who I yesterday addressed the member* of the Cheater Rotary Club I*he ; leaker delivered a! and Instructive talk on the attend-! ant ills of tile a,walled economic j de prana inn and advanced, na one of j the cures the buying of Air,ct lean manufactured goods He Pagan by offering the simile of a sick man who !*<>;.des him < f from the rest of the world, so that he can conserve his own strength in order tu recuperate He compared the ill man with an ill nation that needs its own resources and strength t* recoup Iioin the condition tin America finds itself in today. Mr. Odhuer recounted the program adopted bx the British government, not only a few years ago, but shortly alter the war, that of buying British goods His statement is borne out by the fact    that all    British    mall matter is canceled with a mark which reads Buy British.** At length he unfolded the atorv of an American manufacturer of pens who visited    England,    seeking    the cause of a reduction in tile demand for his products and learned that    -    ,    _     .    . even th* children of the Kingdom ""*» nt lh* la* in failing to j>erform    rho    l°ok    *<» lh* lifeboats w 1 re being taught to buy only good* ‘he dot lee of their office ’    wh*n    it    bregma    evident    that    they mac ,fa. 1 -ed    under tim Union    Jack    0,1    »cjm    mbrr 18    Davis    aceom-    not    chee!k    the Whv ran    t    America adopt the tame J fi 'hi d by Russel!    Bummers Lewis    s    ^ . .uv nvn    mull    ^ , Z J uolicv? ’    he    R*ked    I    Flood aud Ralph Cm porai, Wilmlng-    ^    11    •    *w ♦ u ‘V * five    miles    west of the "Not thai I am advocating nny see-|1«'f Negio.*, « ame lo Clrester and tie-    1.rKf/Y    B^x^TkI gun the rounds of    c abarets aud other    .    bet bourg    and    Blest The establishment* in    th* Bethel Court    Mn‘    sh gamers Falmouth and Ford- dfstrict,    according to    their    testimony    Hnd    nj-her    ships smod by. Th**y said tiiey first visited Jack Farrell's cabaret end then j>roce*»dfd to another, all in the party having several drinks. When Summers, owner of live car finally preps red to return home, he made the discovery that his automa- j bile had disappeared. After several CHERBOURG, France Jan 4-<UP>- The $18 000.000 liner Atlantique, one of the mo*t luxurious of French passenger ships, was adrift and on fire without a crew aboard today, probably a total lass. Fire broke out off Cherbourg while a skeleton crew of 260 m^n. but no passengers, were aboard The Atlantique had been taken off the of j Hoople being connected with the South Atlantic run for her first over-jKihre department, tie brought into i hauling since her maiden voyage in * our! on < im pine v eh uge for viola SepUwnbar, 1931. Tho crew took to I Iona I nun 01 provincialism, hut now iv the time Americans woke up to farts at d tu'Uld follow the example v*t bv (tiber well-established nations I ll was understood the fire was dls-eovered atsxut 6 JO a rn The crew fought the blaw for two hour* before asking for help It was indicated that a strong wind fanned the fire, causing lf to spread rapidly. Newest reports indian ted that, the Atlantique was being blown toward Hie Casqueta rocks, on the Charnu* hon, SI    no      •    v    «    Ion,    ,I 2!" V"I.V ' MarkH    whnrf.    «»h    IMM,    !    .'^    two A descrljvtlon of the burning vrsse! A IO per rent rut in salaries of all of the 155 employes of Upper Darby    intoxicated, seated    behind    tbs    wheel. township, im hiding police, was voted    It was following    the recital of their    „ _ ._____...    ,,    ,    .    _----- .    —— unanimously bv the Board of Com-    visits to establishments in    the    Bethel i    _    ’    v    ®*P ‘",1 nu -loners hist night at Hie monthly Court district tha' Judge Maenad** ,    wavy, oommanfiing he f.her- meetmg In the Municipal Building declared "Hiesc places should lie In- J, , * avis ion center, who new over Polioemen in the township received vest Ig a ted and Hie principals ques-    *,    observer, another cut of IO per cent. a month Honed."    ‘ , r. a ago. which i educed their salary to Alter referring to t recent edict Is-, , ^    ,    -SI,*d    ‘    wa.'*    drlf'imt $4 4 i p i da from which they are ,;;ed bv Ma'.i»r \N aid ma In. tine ' !<>    ,fy>* ciop^o it* smoke, rn*neath jio^t officer* at ail enHaucca to the dis- j( fnet Judre Maenad*, notirtnc Cap- t a in at Police Hun v Robinson in the court room. rail d him before the liar and said “I don’t understand how required to buy H»eir uniforms and equipment. The annual rejwrt of the highway department, submitted bv Baniuel it Walker, ehalrmsn of ttie highway committer showed a saving of $150(N| these thim from the inst war. depurtment'n appropnntton J happen witll officer; < DMH I Ii»N IMPROVES It is reported thai Charles F Ran-dei.xnn, secretary of the Ch' -ii i .school dialilet, who has been seriously ill for several months, is showing encouraging signs of recovery, When fir*-! taken 111 the secretary bene* are committed, 'Hie place should ta* put under pollee quarantine " Judge Mar Dad* then ordered L. A Bloom »’* I taut district attorney and was removed to the Cheater Hospital, I Captain Robinson to make a thorough whete tie underwent a major surgical urn ligation of alleged conditions in on duty in the district Whv should it lie necessary to rail the officials attention to such rn,liters Men going to and from their pl*res, are arrostrd by pa.ntrd women of me district and j cVreek ^ea^er’Alma. tiT dlst^eM near her,*, .re commuted The I    ^    en- trance to the Dardanelle* which was a mass of flames, The ah Ip seemed a total loss. The liner was white hot, tike a brasier. It seemed only a question of time until it burns out and sinks. I felt the intense heat. although we flew high above the ship." MARSEILLES^ Jan 4 tUP> An BOB signal was picked up br the lo< a1 wireless station today from the Continued oft Page Five operation Following this ordeal he suffered a long period of illness from which he is now recovering at hi* home No. 15 East Sixteenth street. I. X TRI \S| It \ BAI,\N< K WARMINGTON, J a ii 4 (JNB* Tp a UM balance of December 30, Is >4 7 .1 994 78; i Kp^'riditures, $7 809.-575 59; customs rec*ij>ts, $19,929, 2<t7 ML in.”aliation with Mrs, ’RESENTS PLEA FOK LOWER TAXES Albert J McVicker, of Mohawk sve-l ie. representing the taxpayers of Norwood addressed the members of council last night and urged the tax late for 1933 ive reduced, or maintained at the same rate as last year. He was followed bv Burgess Elmer W. NitUnger, who stated he hHimcd that Norwood had one of the low st tax rates of any municipality in the Chester pike section, ’he present tax rate being 13 mills Other matters of a routine nature were transacted ai the meeting. HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (RT I nitert Pre**.) AT JEFFERSON PIRK I—Cenrral Tov. Lady General, Uadx sweet. Ingle Nook. southland Lad, Mutual friend. Jeanne Mach*. Lu k Alexander. Jean G I nderdun. I—Leila Lee, Lord Tournament. Deliria Dunn Racketeer. Dedicate. I.orraine S. Beguile. Slants, Noon Play, Rain or Shine. 3—Patricia < lare. Battling Bill. Ague-Sorel. Overbrook, ria I Trumpet, One Grand. K Russell, Rove rotter, Mingle, Pluc ky Girl. I—Copley Square. Catwalk. (.un Strap. I.adv Morris, llek. ( onciergr. Baggala a a\. terry S, Prince Pebbles, Miss Delight. 5—None. ti—Voltes**, Roguish Miss. Clifton* Queen. I ast Rid, Red Vamp. \e|-«nn. Elizabeth S, Union VV. Paula I , Don < aesar. Heather, rlotjdv ; track, fast. AT AC; ( X CM 11 NI I 1—\ncelot. Lolo Gene P., swjfj pr-turn. (Ju < k Indian. Douglas I. 2—Jillion. trench    Honey,    Phu-’. Manes. lima. Rouge    Knigh*. Peace Times, Deep Beach, l.u'.ie Schuster. I—None. 5—Red Mountain. •>—< artago, Lieut. Kelly, Des lardinrs. Malicious. Dude Rancher, Ll (.ali-van. Tagalong, ''ethx Baron. 7—favvxalker. 44a«hingtcn Rose, Sure IMN. K • v hef llarber Virather, clear; track, fast. CommLssion to ‘he member who had the longest so tv ice, would remove Dr. Continued on Page I ive ORDERED FROM CITY Frank Duffy. 41 of Lancaster. Pa was given 15 minutes to eel out of the ritv when h* was arraigned in police I rourt this morning charged with drunkenness Hr was arrested bv Pa- I Dolmen McKinney and Wright af 2 30 . a. rn. today, “ hen employes of Sixth j street station of the Pennsvlvania Br Broad w ere unable to get him out ( of the waiting room UFFER SENTENCE IN KUGLER CASE Scion of Wealthy Family Pleads Guilty to ('harare of Embezzlement Clarence B Kuclfr. 3rd of Upprr Darbv. ^cion of a prominent Philadelphia family, pleaded guilty this morning before Judge Charles c Greer, who is sitting at Media, to a charge of embezzlement He v\as accused bv his former employers. William M Knatz, In*., Upper Darby real estate dealers, of being short $1581, which sum he had collet ted for the firm. His attorney. William A Gray, of Philadelphia told the Court that Kmilcr came from a prominent Philadelphia family, and that he was hoping his client would be given a few days in order that members of his family and friends could arrange to make restitution for the amouli taken Sentence was deferred until Friday. Kugler. a former rollete student is said to he a grandson of the founder of Kuglei’s restaurant, ore of Philadelphia’* leading plar's of its kind. Sine'* his arrest, Ktiglcr’s farmhand friends have failed to come to his assistance. He had already served 70 days in jail. It is hoped by Grav, his attorney, that if restitution is made his client will be given a suspended sentence. BANK < XLI. ISSC! I) WASHINGTON, Jan 4 INS*-The eomptroiler of the currency today issued a rad for the condition of national banks as rf clos* of busin-* Dr,c*mber 31. Chester rimes* Circulation Cor 19**52 The detailed M«t< me; ’ below repir*-ent‘ tho PAID circulation of the Tim** each publication day during the year ending December 31, J932. The NKT PAID d v average was 20,328. The distribution of the 'lime* each day ; kept in a manner prescribed by ihe Audit Bureau of Circulations of America, which makes regular audits of it circulation and guarantee* the figure' the ame as certified accountant* audit a et of books 1'he Time* is permit cd to claim credit, however, only for copier actually sold and paid for, although imp lid circulation i> recognized a valuable. Added lo the net paid eireulation of ls-t year the unpaid circulation for the me peri'td, which averaged 853 copie* oa h.v, con -ting of pipe, iii - tribute'! to tie employe* of the Timer, raiiwa . and post'rfRce employes, advert i*injf agencu v and advertisers ouui'le of ( heater, make a te-m fide circulation for advertising jiurpose* of 21,501 copies daily. ll XI I i A \. PKB I..... 20.397 21,503 ■» 20,8 Mi 21,729 ii!!! Sunday 21,613 i..... 21,464 23,173 21,188 21,947 6..... 21,177 21,461 7 , ,,,. 2 J ,390 Sundav 8..... 21,278 21,842 9,.... 21,659 21,66'.* IO..... Sunday 21,626 II..... 21.707 21,562 12..... 21,546 21,621 13.,.*.. 21,587 21,422 ll..... 21,465 Sunday 15..... 21,436 21,754 18..... 21,312 21.610 17,.... Sunday 21,761 18..... 21,716 21.591 19..... 21,581 21,628 20..... 21,608 21,420 21..... 21,541 Sunda 22..... 21,564 21,472 21..... 21 197 ‘♦I ft I T t, I I I 2t..... Sunday 21.48’ 25..... Pl ,690 21,600 26..... 21,489 21,527 27..... 21,643 21, i 59 2«..... 21,389 Sunday 29..... IO..... .ll ____ 21.583 21.287 Sunday Oj e«,(*, ’n,, 557,393 511.671 IV. k. 21,035 21,29* XI Xl{( ll NPK!!, XI A Y •ll VK JI Ll AI G, HK PT. ( m r. NOV. DKC. 21,395 21,274 Sunday 20,720 20,313 20,167 19,538 19,892 20,479 20,034 21,677 I 21,296 20,615 20.012 20,037 19,532 Sunday 20,335 20,021 21.703 Sunday 21,297 20,530 Sunday 19,786 19,227 20,227 20,181 20,042 21,497 21,302 21,229 20,397 Holida v 20,011 Sundav 20,1 16 20,220 Sunday 21,580 21,282 21,196 Sunday 20.155 20,022 18,772 20,206 20.192 20,105 Sunday 21,305 21.208 20,571 20,390 19.189 19,775 20,315 Sunday 20,176 21,649 21,198 20,820 20,526 20,229 Sunday 19,757 20,267 20,470 20,045 21,547 21,443 Sunday 20,639 20,226 20,010 19,793 20,047 20,365 20,178 21,4 11 21.273 21,273 20.634 19,800 19,774 20,011 Sunda v 23,323 20,115 21.509 Sunday 21,054 20,521 Sunday 19,709 19,634 20,193 20,3 i!» 20,020 21,462 21,638 21,112 20,305 20,155 19,727 Sunday 20,147 20,212 Sunday 21,503 21,447 21,003 Sunday 20,211 19,760 20,039 20,107 20,012 20,103 Sundav 21,178 21,622 20,660 20,143 19,478 20,005 20,237 Sunday 20,208 21,643 21.439 20,748 20,622 20.167 Sunday 20,017 20,267 20,333 20,034 21,355 2K413 Sunday 20,482 20,053 19,762 20.161 20,077 20,265 20,083 21,390 21,439 21,099 20,396 19,799 19.685 20,026 Sunday 20,227 20,007 21,351 Sundav 20,986 20,386 Sunday 19,772 19*43 20,356 20,061 20,006 21,38 ■ 21,5.3 21,102 20,223 20,122 19,640 Sunday 20,343 20,180 Sunday 21,390 21,471 20,889 Sunday 19,981 19,731 20,212 20,389 20,014 20.011 Sunday 21.375 20,965 20,604 19,957 19,798 20.058 20,281 Sunday 20,103 21,398 21,457 20,701 20,357 19,957 Sunday 20,163 20,286 20,309 20,222 21,319 21,402 Sunday 20,394 19,918 20,014 20,223 20 ] 223 20,221 20,238 21,378 21,246 20,991 20,256 19,625 19,732 20,165 Sunday 20,156 20.354 21,466 Sunday 20,778 20,376 Su rid ay 19,71! 19,913 20,367 11 oliday 19,726 21.167 21,521 20.997 20,040 19,987 19.803 Sunday 20,408 20,214 Sunday 21,205 21,192 20,702 Sunday 20,007 19,734 20,210 20,285 20,001 Holida Sunday 21,335 20,765 20,379 20,086 19,643 20,285 20,319 Sunday 20,353 21,234 21,423 20,440 20,327 20,122 Sunday 20;i47 20,372 20.208 20,216 21,247 21,157 Sundav 20,190 20,196 19,750 20.241 20,389 20,1 15 20,318 21,358 21,092 19,177 20.268 19,593 19.719 20,187 Sunday 20,132 20,196 21,250 20,791 '.a 19,528 20,726 20,081 178,503 555,371 511 * ♦. I 531,748 501,501 531.022 518,134 526,822 508.586 522.995 21.1 19 20,970 20,538 20.126 19,799 19,553 19,669 19,971 20 06k 19.792 Bethel Court Pending their rejKirt of finding*. Flora I and CoijK>ral were ordered rom -milled to jail, J ie tiding questioning as to the jiliices visited bv I bern and tho name of pioprletoi*' of such plum, Davis, convicted of the charges on which he was tried, was hcnteneed to serve one to Wirer years in the rounfv jail and \0 pay a fine of lim) nnd costs. SAFETY ENGINEER WILL GIVE TALK Apr'inJnent safely engineer has ls*< n procured to addre .* the meeting | of the Felton I* re Company, No. 3. at I ♦ ha headquarters, Third nnd Yarnall i , *i test,*, tomorrow evening He la assn- j 'lated with a large Insurance and j I iifctv in if ct ton company, with of-j I flee.* ill Philadelphia, and will use ».x [ his topic. ’ Safety Routine business will fie transacted ut th no'I int to be pre1 ided over by L Gordon MacDonald BOYCOTT ALLEGED FARM RUM JOINT C ounty Flares Official Thoro. Aller I*. M. ( • Asks Such Action I.ost Watch Soon Returned Through Chester Times “Ad” "Immediate results" we rn secured by a Times classified advertisement, according to C D, Melvin, of 312 East Fourteenth street, who lost a watch somewhere between Hie State Theatre and home. A single Insertion in the Chester Times lost and found advertising section resulted in the fime-piere being returned the same day the advertisement appeared, the finder turning to Hie newspaper soon after picking up tile wafrh. This Is typical of the results obtained every day by nines advertiser* and anyone who loses an article should not he downcast. Merely rail a Times ad taker— and await quirk results. Topicsof Times District Attorney William J. MacC'arter, Jr has .stationed a de-! tee ti V’ at the farm of Kddie Lowe, near the campus of the pennsvlvania Miiitar Cfhj'ge, to prevent students of thr college from entering th*' place District Attorney MacCarter took tin action following the receipt ol a letter from Colonel I rank K. Hvatt, in wha Ii Hie commandant of the | college stated that he ‘ .suspected’’ I some of the ,tudent.'» may have been frequenting the place He a ked that .ti ii.v •♦.    ’ on ie ii so" and Lowe 1 arrested Lowe ha been arrested three times! for liquor violation:*, according to the The best New Year a crack of thd year is to keep the one in your facq dosed. Keep active to live long. Bethet Court pickpocket* should live to ba an old age. judging how active the}* have been inc* the first of the year^ A woman divorced at Media told the judge her hubby left her on their wedding day. T hen they say absenc* makes the heart grow fonder. Ifs their last year thaf a number of business man are talking shout and the same thuig has a number of Uv* girls at City Hall talking. Dispatches tells us that I DO Chine.1 a soldiers froze to death in Manchuria Keeping with the coolies, eh? A local boy received a mouth or-, gan 3 feet long for Christmas Not* hr mouth ran practice the one-yard da. h every evening. An advertisement reads that % n tn's hair and teeth are his bestj friends But even the best of friends must part, pipes Paddy McFadden. A couple recently named their twins Mary and Dong Presumably on district attorney, and was sc heduled : the theory that they make a perfect to Maud trial yesterday before Judgf* j picture. I;'2.' -To’a: Paid (’ope i,OII,"87... I ’27—Total Paid Copies, 4,451,.379.,. I •_ Total Paid ( ops' 4.855.869... I 25 -Total Paid Copies, 5,502,410... 1926 Total Paid Copies, 5,819,3 .6. .. 1927—Total Paid Copies, 6,283,844,.. 1928 Total Paid Copies 6,352,241... 192(1—Total Paid Copies, 6,614,709,,. 1950—Total Paid Copies, 6,790,595... 1931 Total Paid Copies, 6,764.915,,, 19 ’J—Total Paid Copies, 6,421,290... ..........Daily    NKT    PAID    Average,    13,080 ..........Daily NKT PAID Averagf. 14,362 ..........Daily NKT PAID Average, 159114 ..........Daily NKT PAID Avet age, 17,750 ..........Dailv NKT PAID Average. 18,772 ..........Daily NKT PAID Average, 20,111 ..........Daily NKT PAID Average, 20, 99 ..........Daily NKT PAID Average, 21,118 ..........Daily NKT PAID Average, 2l,6ofi ..........11 a i I \ NKT PAID Average, 21,453 ..........Daily    NKT    PAID    Average,    20,328 John M Broomall Hit attorney, Merwn R Turk, produced a doctor’s Certificate, to the effect that his riient wa1 ill. and asked that the case be continued for a week. Judge Broomall granted tile request and I.owe will be tried next Monday, Lowe place, located at Seventeenth street and Sullen* lane. Ridley township, i approximately four quail distant from Hie college. Yesterday, County Detective Bae M Kaplan was stationed at the entrance [ to the farm to question any young men. who attempted to enter the place. The .students returned to col- I lege yesterday. Horn their Christmas! J vacation.' and the bovcot'” measure va.* taken as a means of precaution. ’ I aughter. says a doctor, tends tn {Kistpone advancing age Well, wa gyre It s better to titter than to tetter. I he Weather XX rather forecast—Pastern Pennsylvania:    Mostly cloudy tonight and Thursday with probably light ram; warmer tonight and colder Thursday. XX extern Pennsylvania:    Light    rain tonight and possibly Thursday morn -im*, changing to snow flurries near l ake Erie; colder Thursday and Ii) west portion tonight. 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.181. Ii* v leased Wire Repor’s rf United Tres* dT> and International News Service - INS. (HESTER, PA., WEHN ES PAY. JANUARY i. 1933 PRICE, TWO CENTS JAILY AVERAGE NET PNI!) CIRCULATION I MR SIV MUN I HS FN DING SPPI KXI BKR 20,108 UNAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ WitK AII Latest and , Best New* of the Day ;