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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKI I* \ I I) CIRCULATION FOR SIX MON I HS ENDING SEPTEMBER 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Rest News of the Day 57TH YKAR—NO, 17.189. STATE TO FLED NEEDY UNDER A MARKETING PLAN Now System of Relief to He Adopted for I rban Sections Relief Hoard Adopts Ration Idea as Drafted by Dietetic Kxnerts HARRISBURG Pa . Jan 13 IT -The Pennsylvania State Emergency Relief Board tori?'* anne'aired adoption of the I.ea\cll plan of community markets and the formation of a balanced ration system, both to be used Dillr Leaned Wire Report* rf United P-e* end International Ne*% Servile (INS CHESTER, PA., FRIDAY. JANI ARY in, ID EIGHTEEN PAGES ‘VANDER POEL” PULLS OUT in "ban in feeding needy person? areas of the state The present system of in dill distributed food orders w ill bf tinued in the more .sparsely pop sections. Such food orders r used ar any grocery store. Rut in the urban arras, fin the Jobless will be distributed centralised markets under the crafted by Major John H L Tu!*a. Okla.. who < !abl market at Williamsport The sta’e board expects to ferri needy adults and adolescents at a met of five and right-truth.* rent a day. and children, under right years of age, for three and six-tenths cent a day. Tins will be accomplished through adoption of the ration plan as drafted by dietetic experts to give the 2.000,- luallj con in be Iron * plat ravel! mode FARM AID RILL PASSES HOUSE; VOTE IS 203-150 Measure Fixes Minimum Fair Prices on V arious ( ommwlities Veto Probable by Hunter if Senate Mem ber> Approve YEADON APPROVES SCHOOL ROND ISSI K A ll th* err th# W ASH I NT bzrkint on th in farm relief r qua JI i'm ion ft**1 plan, the H< SI OOO.OOO OOO v inch is b ON (IO creates' rxperi liner the Hind export drbci w has pa lest ie allotment 'd in prmeipi •veil, bv a in the state th quantity of Too a balanced die a sample,Weeki neiude Powder President-elect FU of 203 to 150 The Jones bill now goes to the Senate where it faces a rockv road President Hoover la experted to veto , the bill lf it reaches him Expectation was general that if the measure dots not become law a* this I ame Duck session. Roosevelt will recommend it to the incoming Democratic Congress Under the bill. minimum fair prices are fixed for wheat, cotton, hogs, tobacco, butterfat rte- and peanuts The difference between the current price at the farm and Hie "sale pure would tie obtained bv taxes upon pro-processors of the commodities for distribution among farmers that reduce production bv 20 per cent The Secretary of Agriculture would Philadelphia newspapers were agog mer the beautiful romance ditrov- determine the proportion of domes-ered when "lf. Montgomery \ .meter Poet felt from a polo pony—the "last of tie consumption and dis’ribu’e to the nine of his slime' bile he was rid nj with his sweetheart, XI is* I ss»e participating fanners, cashable id* < lark, of Germantown, shown above. Ile said he was the son of a multi- Just meat certificate Taxes on the millionaire leva* tan? .mr and renounced hts fortune tor his sweetie. l ater, processors would be collected bv th* w hen notit e started an inve- ti-ation over his rrs-mhlanie ?n I.nuts 'Sullivan. Treasury Department !5-year-nld "taunton .Military Vradcmv pupil, missing from his New X orb    Opponents contended    the plan home vin?** tie* ember 21, he disappeared from his hostess* home. No one in would require an annv of cr oaf FLETC HER T ELLS PUHI FULKS! .S. TARIFF IS FAIR Former En\o> 11> Italy Sa>s New ( (limns* AA ill Not Make < uG Sees Aliens Causing Still Greater I nemploymcni Here HARR! Ut'RC I Jan 13 INS WOMAN FIRES HOME; ENDS HER LIFE M ITH POISON Despondent I tora use Slit' Faced Lo?* til IVoperiv and Its Furnishings Rescued From Burninu Roadhouse by Firers n I'xpires in Hospital WOMAN SERVES IN U. S. ARMY Pe red wit bv a r proper! waHowi I tie w C .SH • ie fian Ireniei TRICE, TWO CENTS circ COUNCE is SHARPLY RAPPED ON 1933 BUDGET ( . of C. Committee Terms Action “Unwarranted and Improper*’ Failure to Cut Tax Rate Ancor* Group; Mayor Gets Id'ttor M an ant Of-s \rmy, and . ha, sailed * nr of regular St »rtlng as I'M!?. %he beta I** ’ti. a w.treats she was its Area head- fifv Councils artic 1933 budget lax? Tire; rorporittng certain «es*ed by the Corr I Government of the C metre, has drawn a ? the rommiftee The Cha mb offered recomr rn, ice th* bu in passing the »y. without in-fea lures sug-lttee on City imber of Com-arp reply from ii nim but e origin? ie at ii quai col vt o of Commerce group vda*ions which would et in excess of $50,-have permitted a cut However. Council, a necessary to pas# ut the city to fune-I with ifs approval of isure, fixing the tax lf, the name ax last vffinals ordered a IO their salaries and it Add prom o th# . OH v h# & wnatal is fig molo * con vt# t mind Mi 1 to •i p Texas e\: r heard of the "Vander Peel ' family to administer, especially to pc farmers participating wotilc the economic position of th modules involved, and wool consumers over $1 OOO000,000 Proponents countered th plan was workable and in would bring the farmers parity with others, and most ——    —     eost    would    be    absorbed    bv President Says Measure New Senate Group Measure mJ"f HOOVER VETOES HOI SE BEER Bl! I, PHILIPPINE BILL IS REWRITTEN Dues Not Fulfill V. S. Triple Responsibility WASHINGTON, Jan 13 Up. WASHINGTON, J r today vetoed th" After rewriting th" ( a rn ughf OJO needy right quality a elements to pre Foods propose adult diet or rat skim milk, beef, flour, corn meal navy beans. lard, sugar, potatoes, cabbage. carrots, tomatoes, yeast, baking powder and coffee A bar of soap and salt also are provided for a net weekly cost pet person of forty and nne-tenth cents. For children mea* beans and corn meal are eliminated and cod liver oil, prunes, oatmeal and eggs of substituted. Rations will be issued at the community markets through staffs recruited from among the Jobless and under the .supervision of countv relief boards.    The State    Medical Society is co-operating in the dietetic plan Great    economies    in feeding the needy are expected to result from the P*esiden H new system At present, affording Philippine? independence bill rn the passed the Ho to state board estimates. $6,000,000 ground that it does not fulfill the suh-rommittee are spent monthly in feeding 2 OOO OOO pjnitel States' triple responsibility to persons. The only rash paid out is the American people, th® Filipinos, for highway work. The remainder of and the world at large, the relief is given in    food orders.    The    President's    veto    message    ex* Six principles underlie the market- pressed the view that the United latten plan. They arc Purchase oi states must undertake further steps all foodstuffs in bulk: separate ra- toward liberation of the islands, '‘bib lions for adults, adolescents and chil- they should be based upon a plebi-uren; inclusion in the rations of foods arite to be taken 15 or 20 years ’"hich in both quality and quantity hence” give all    elements needed for each    President    Hoover    criticized    the separate group; preparation of the philippines bill. whirh provided for food in unit lots; demonstrations of independence after IO years of prep-met hods of cooking the rations; and aration under a commonwealth gov-mRintenanre of nutrition renters un- em men!, on moral, economic, and der medical supervision    international grounds, asserting that The meat provided will be whole jt WRA **subject to the mast serious carcasses of beef, mutton or pork objections ’ round up. Salmon will occasionally President Hoover suggested a five- point program for the Philippines First, sn independence plebiscite' 15 or 20 years hoper; Second, extended authority to the Philippines Cabinet but with full reserve of power for United States represent at Ives; Third, immediate restriction of immigration; Fourth, agreement before the plebiscite on trade preferences similar but wider than those between United States and Cuba; and Fifth, United States announcement prior to the plebiscite of intentions regarding withdrawal from military BUSINESS MEN PLEDGE St PROUT VA ill Aid in Men cm wit to A' oiiitv Sn ' I »r Nom Federal I I,ti IX * I ti eft* of th? addic ted iomg into effeet fhlrt* the bill provn l/Oirali/r*    3.05 h\ Weight Beverage    Continued    on    rage    Twelve MOUM WARNING ISSI ED :    13    -    *    INS>    -    „      -ra llier bi'I aa It WASHINGTON. Jan 13— (UP)-o u, aa Northeast storm warnings were ornate Judiciary    deled    by the    Weather    Bureau today Iv 'r.:'i v    re-    dong    the Atlantic cav    t Ii rn Allan legalizing 3 05 nc City, N. J. to Cape Hatteras A disturbance central over Florida is moving    northeastward,    the    bureau * represented a reduction of the    and    will probably bring winds lie    content    of    the beer to    be    of gale force    in the storm area toed    as    the    House proposed    to    hight. TO RE-ENTER FILMS The new bill    also would legalize w;nr and other    uncoils liquors, eon-    HOLLYWOOD.    Calif    Jan.    13 taming up to 3 0> per cent. alcohol. Helen Twelvetrees, *crr®n actrc? The slarIi in alcoholic content was who gave up her screen contract made to conform with recent findings when her son wa? born two month,-of a British Royal ( ommisMon which ago. said todav she has Mgned a new' inn!* a lengthy scientific invest iga- long-term agreement, to play in film? ting effect# of    in pi i\,de ,,fc Miss Twelvetreaa    is beer    I hi* commi*sion found that wife of Frank Woody. 3 0.1    by weight was the highest    J King I I I It I ISI RI BALANCE an lust mg it s In support the new Cor reduce Mid*’ port ant part rates. Fletch "Foreigner factoring con ad a. Japan, manufacture ire calking a uwmplmmu UR I;, riff I it OW tile CXH! rear'' them ( (intinued «»*i Page Twelve (AM N 1 ‘ .MEMIC AL SCX IFT Y OFI X FRS Et ti fill street bv W | J. J. Luttrell that an amended budget later would be presented. This promise apparently did not .satisfy the I* of C. Committee which in a letter yesterday to Mayor Ward, registered ifs "profound conviction that Councils action under the eir-cumstaneex was unwarranted and improper," The letter follows; Ch-Pa , Jan 12, 193$ ‘Hon William Ward, Jr. "Chester, Pa "My dear Mayor Ward" J wish to acknow ledge receipt of vmir cnmmunii <tmn * t January loth addressed to in? as Chairman of th* Committee on City Government advisor; of the action of City Council in levying the same tax rate for 1933 as has been in effort More 1929; namely ll'..mills As von arc aware the Committee of which I have the honor to serve as Chairman, was appointed by the Del- Continued on Page 'Im e|\ a KAIN OR SNOW IS Till: FOK KC AST the hat Th JU Ive Continued on Paso I RC MISKX FLT (FFR MFMBHRMIIR GROWS Di Dr Di CUL UIL b* substituted for meat Ourn vrgr-t blea arr given preference The powdered skim milk is the basis of the -ntire diet. The Williamsport market, using th® vslem. fed 9000 persons daily at an average cost of 6 cents a day. WASHINGTON Jan ti HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY ( Bt t fitted Pre**) I WASHINGTON, Jan 13 -<IN3> 13 - 'INSi Treasury balance as of January ll, •o it ion to provisions $443,1137.229 64; expenditures 112679-of the Senate revolution for repeal and 414 la customs receipts, $6860836 96 revision of *hr 18th Amendment, giving the Federal government authority to legislate against the saloon was expressed bv the House Republican "wet bloc" in a meeting today. IVp n-rk iR i af Pennsylvania was authorized to prepare a detailed statement of the groups position that regulatory measures should be left to th-states. The va IU strewed in lore mem be of Delaware J. Btrt.xer, Ii was held in local club, 5: Vice Pres! sided and Seventy-five muted to th th* addn a rntertatnnu i And a buffet IMG III si 4 PPI Mix 1024 Mostly cloudy skies and rising temperature are predicted today in eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland There probably will be rain or snow tonight Tomorrow's forecast ^ mostly cloudy. The highest temperature here v* -for the terdav wax 55 degrees, at 12 10 a rn. following and the lowest was 33, at 7 39 p rn Hie en- Thr average of 44 aa twelve d* irr s, prcsi- ahoy# normal for the date but four v prest-1 degrees below the average January *’ direr-1 12 last year. Maximum temperaKtre » M J. for the dirt* ta 72. established in 1899, tarry A and minimum 4. in 1886 'Collin. | Sunrise today was af 7 22 a rn and Wok *m sunset will tie at 4 58 p. m eastern v latter standard time i *" EVI DK NCR I .APKING; ' 'i f AUTOIST KKLKASFO cee His |    _____ i regret. po urn ■ of in Jfl- the Abandon Trolley Car Service    on VT ll I IT KSON r IRK PH Kl ORB'* MOBI Altun I X I—Ducker Wav#, Pandosto, Claxbv# Choke Nonenieer, I.aftar. ( hief# Gypsy. >1 (#trr Ogden. Bick Porter. Bon ( aesar, lloowee, J—Lorraine *.. I.ight Nun. Mise Maid. Continued on Page Twelve III LB IN *M IV BLE Trolley cars on the Providen avenue and Upland divisions of » Southern Pennsylvania T r a c 11 o NEW YORK Jan 13—'UP) -Arrangements were made today to send the body of    Jack Pickford. motion    Company, will pass    into the realm    0f the --- picture aetor,    to Hollywood for    burial,    of memories    shortly    after    midnight    pa ny VIENNA,    Jan.    13—iINS*—Charged    The body arrived here last    night    Saturday,    car    hr aith    swindles    totaling    $500,000,    a    aboard the    Europe. Miss    Lottie • Giving way    to the    steady    course of    by bu Reitv    Brin    Pre-cdr, Memphis    man identified by    police ax Albert    Pickfcrd a    ms'*-?, and    Cliffoiri    progress in tianspirtation facilities    In r I ass,    Mi*".    I add# wa# a. Type,    Na thru Simp.    39 Ph.indclphia    Tippy' Orav    .song writer    reived    *1®'eloped in reren* veara, the CHII    I* i inlet    Star.    banker, war, tinder    airer! in Basle,    th" body and    had it removed lo a    Will immediately be replaced lr    'follow Motive, Transmit, ( battalion*^hee.    Switzerland, todav according to word    funeral parlor.    Pirkfotd died    in Paris    mofoi bu es whirh are calculated to    which the completion which were in commi: ion fo; it was granted wo Un CHINA MASSES .JURY DECLARES JEUDI, ARMY POWERS (MTY f mc h H KIOJMIO Said ((» Hp Rcadv (OunspI f iles Mb!ion for ((» Re Ft .lapsm's ln\a- New Trial for Mao Ac- An automobile operated hr Thorn a Ferguson, 48, of Lima, wa# badi damaged in collision with a trucx l o evening Ferguson escaped in nine Th** Limp motor!.’? was arrested ,* Ninth and Cif -bv streets by Csp. *», nK B'isher. after members of a frat erin I organization, whose home is locate there, saw the wrecked machln parked partly on Hie cuib Pergu j appeared to b® ahghtly under the in uenee of liquor, but a physician wh ;-opined him certified that he wa Y, intoxicated On the techntn large of suspicion, he was slatec it discharged when arraigned lr ; 'wring in poiire court this morning r Magistrate Thomas C Berry. inn of l'ro\incc (•lived of Forurcri of ti Hie J IV Busby ('., Patricia (tare, Geor- it ceil r?ou», Dorothy Hick. Brlma Bunn ( ousin Judy. M ild Kitty. I—Qpharatime, trrtir vtar, Mbjnr Irisli Consul, Night Brigade. Ocean, Grand Brush, Mr Bun General Parth, All Night. 5—Highland Fling *>—( ontrartor, ( liaison, (irand Bab' . Blue Damsel, Beton, \tlas ( hris Pasrhen. Florence Dolan, The Orleanian. Judge Lueders. 7—Timberman, Bill Phillips Klip-drifi. Wrench. Mio, l.stin Lliza-beth S., Muir station. Foolhardy, Vimnnt. Yuli again.1 bv the Vienna authorities. we in th P YIH TH ACQUITTED MOTHER OF NINE OF ARSON CHARGE    LEAFS TO DEATH Jury Returned Verdict Trapped With Family in This Morning; Hp De-    Burning; Rhila. Home; nied Making C onfession    Fall Breaks Neck *f ti cinel tra VI It*I I ( ll If NT! I—*>weep Quick, ^Inching. ''an Ramon. ( ofaro, Gene IL, I blo 7—Scotland Blue*, Bright ( nm?t. Blind Lurk, ( loiwald. West ire, Jug Band. 3—Lake Renee, Prinrr«s Val. silk icquitted 'he rury announcing it ( overing, ( pinning May, llar'se verdict 'lr, morning. Averill Ma.on, 25. of 8 HUI street, Upland who went on trial before Judge Ray Sherwood, of York, yesterday afternoon, on a charge of arson, arising out of the burning of a house at 505 We?* N’.nth s'reef, this city, owned by J o s i a h Sleeper was Miss Timidity. I—None. 5—Emery, Scutari, Burh. \appu*. 6—None. * 7—( oat O' Mail. • Weather, (lear; tra*k, fast. A int District Attorney L B*fore a score of horrified watchers. a feer-erazed mother of nine children leaped to h*r death today as flames licked around her family, trapped on the second floor of their house, in Philadelphia. The woman was Mrs. Anna McKenna, 36 She died of a fractured skull and broken neck a few minutes after reaching a nearby hospital Almost all the other members of furnish swifter, more comfortable and generally improved service to th® chang patrons of the lines, as well as re- line. but v leiving the company of a burden en- re-routing tailed bv the upkeep of tracks and Tog on Cl cars.    *    Pot lr r strd During the late Fall perniisison Borne r was granted the traction company have bern by the Public Servic" Commission from troll? at Harrisburg to discontinue the However, thee * hedule h;* <• in trolley mr and to replace them with .sometime tv en p- •'■' i*‘l ‘ buses and the action which will take in the    and    buses    and no < n- plare midnight Saturday will mark fusion r nit 1 ; -'*'*-. FAMOUS SAVANT GREETED UY TWIN (nth ti ti n la * fur I RO I /Kl HI* PAPI K MADRID. Jan, 13 leon Trr led Bolshevist, filed amt for today against a ne*«papr bushing under his sign#tun ic ie censuring Jc eph 8! alin. Ties lie wrote it He Dr J opicsot i KUC' rrtatin Chin? * ouid i e inex th ?• d^ati is u Kraft, J F Mc Dr While the .si p j ' **r discover lr ti z Bill OI lpm. ar need ‘ tlck-norra keep all h t tlfir world is meg I® P P Quoit Club, me lune asjo intro* i'ing t! e nnsnlat inn J B to pav No? Bu? A. Bloom represented the common- family were severely burned be-wealth. and John V. Diggins and forr, bf>ing rrscucri James L. Rankin defended Mason Mr. Sleeper testified that the West Ninth street house was set afire on Police Inspector John Cahill and Mv .tael Byrnes, neighbor? of Hie trapped family, .suffered laceration? Times Ad. Tracks Down Blood hound The pennsylvania Bloodhound Kennels, at Lester. Ila? a stock of fine animals and. of course, when one ta lost, ‘here is much ado over the macer The other day a fine specimen of thr breed, weighing about IOO pounds, wandered off, and the owners, after an unsuccessful search, turned to the best medium passible. They called the Chester Times and a lost and found ad. appeared but once "We were delighted with the results we received from the Chester Times last advertisement. We got the dog back the day aper the ad. appeared The animal was valuable and we want to thank the Times for its return " Here wa? a case in reverse. A bloodhound was tracked down by a Time? ad. Aprn 15, and an investigation bv (,f tup feet and ankles when they ran .    ,    .    through the glass-littered streets in arson had been com- night e’othing to assist in the rescue The fire started on the first floor and ate its way to an upper story, trapping the family in their rooms, Detective Captain George J Fern? showed that mittcd. Mr Sleeper suspected Mason, and on September 16, ai ranged to have Feeney and Detective Charles Hardman concealed in his office and to have Mason visit him. After a short conversation, the witness said, Mason admitted setting fire to the house and a few minutes later made a confession to Feencv which he .signed choking im He ai fumes The. he nearest win-ight a wav to groped I noir way dows and vainly safely. A firemen earned live * children. Detective ranging 111 age from three to four-In the teen, down ladder', the mother un- r ii C PEH' INvk Mothers J the American Changli today ■ ’ wren Chines' ■neared a grave rte Co iturfs goirn a rd for one happy New A woman North Dal Ye to he in the H and a lot of c uses, for that matter. Slot machines cause troubl id# a Tunes headline. Of cour » "fixer ’ has to see em daily > that they pay no more than o r cent. QI Jal J^h d b eXC In tin I u’lied th- fiati<ion# We P: The man who wroie to Mrs Rnose- should not Ta- rated and I tO f . Ii I nny ret urn Cfd th- paper. let si ch little Uh mss go to his head. .^-examination by Pros* Au? blue o dealers is th** mo.* ll#' e r ended ti <t ie color for i had not txat liined Die petitions afiei 1933. Pedes! rial % Will J ha.-* !*s rn 11 nm Tony He als* isfled with being bit k and bl confession. Mason is alleged to have stepped up on the window sill in the said he was sitting in his home on front room, poised on the edge a April 15. and walked out to the ga- moment, and then threw herself to rage He saw a pile of rags and, the ground. She landed head first soaking them in oil. started to walk on the pavement, towards Ninth street He went up an Horror-stricken neighbors, who saw alley in the rear of 506 West Ninth the woman jump. rescued the other street, placed the rags in the kitchen, members of the family, some of whom applied a match to them and then were burned severely. '•vent home.    Two girls, Mary Brvne, 18. and Th- defence attorneys b„.--d their    Mary B ?r 17,    caught    Cue youngest    "ord for 11    that *he gentleman on the loft I# Professor Auguste Pm    card, defer.*o *.n them chem - menial con-    member of mr    family.    Ed vard Me-    famous Belgian scientist, who made two trip* into th® stratosphere    I lie dition and called Dr J William Wood 7 month, ole    rn a blanket,    other man    is his twin brother, Jean Piccard, of Marshallton, Bel .    who of this rv v o.o had ex: mined the    v n?n th® la'    r Joseph McKenna    greeted his    distinguished brother on his arrival .it New York 'he    pro •UU ’O    ’e-‘if■    I);    Wood v:d ’n-'    ? . r p    d •rhhd    from a front bed-    lessor is here to lecture on his experiences fen miles above the < ;«ilh    Ile ■ -rn    window Th*    child was not in-    Is also considering another trip to the stratosphere from somewhere in    th* ( 7iii in ut d    on rage Twelve    urcc    Hudson Bay region of this continent. :rict The Weather IIM (ill I KR I’ORN TO PF IP! J. IIH Though it is almost impo**ible to tell them apart, you’ll have to tai * oui Pf—Japanese 1 ere in action I of the Great sources re-?• protecting Chi- A daughto Ii gate and strate- Queen of I h- Great Wall held [cess Giovai Md King Bn ire delayed any large scale operations, although Chinese reported that lo CKK) Japanese, barked by airplanes, tanka, and cavalry. were ready to invade Jehol Province and attempt to take th" capital Cir hi. cha. WASHINGTON, Jan. 13—1 P -Eastern Pena#'Ivania:    I    Inudv    and OIT;FN OF BULGARIA not quite *«* cold in norih and v».st portions tonight. Saturday, fair and _ , ......    warmer. ™K u; .oil. an    I    P»    Western    Pennsylvania!    Generally Japan?- rn po Italy The Princ ere married at A?-sissi. Italy. Qr 25. 1930 The child wa? born at 10 40 a. rn. an official annouiu rment .said A -aluta of 21 guns was fired soon after the annount ement. and a crowd sath-*reu sinewy and cheering, in front o. the palate, °    fair    and slightly warmer tonight and saturday, except probably light snow near l-ake Erie tonight. TODA I 'S TEMPERATURE fin,    rn ......32    Ii a m.......37 7 a    rn.......32    Noon .....38 8 a    m.......33    lpm......37 9 a    rn. ...... 94    3 p m......23 IO a    m.......33 ;