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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WS DO OUR PART FINAL EDITION With All Latest ami Best News of the Day 58TH 17701 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service HNS CHESTER PA TUESDAY SEPTUM BIO II 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS BRITAIN SEEKING 10 CURB US SHIP BUILDING PLANS Hull However Makes Con ventional Denial of Eng lauds Request Administration Seen Deter mined to Proceed With Program WASHINGTON Sept The Roosevelt administration today determined to continue unmodified its naval building program designed to bring this country nearer parity with Great Britain despite sugges tions for revision from London The new program provides for 3i ships costing about Imj portant in the program are four j B cruisers of 10000 tons each j mounting 61inch guns the first of j this class to be built by the United Etates Secretary of State Hull today denied London reports that the British foreign office had asked the United States to delay its whole building program The secretary would not j comment further Observers familiar with British naval policy however considered it probable that London had suggested revision of the American program so far as it affected the four 10000ton cruisers The British it is known hope to promote an agreement at the 1935 naval conference to lower the Unit tonnage level in both the cruiser and battleship classes They favor abolition of the cruisers heavier than about 7000 tons The British are understood to feel that if the United States builds 10000 ton cruisers up to the treaty limits it could build 26 it would be very difficult for England at the 1D35 conference to agree to build no more ships of this class in which the U S Navy would be predominant Hence the British are understood to desire that the United States de vote the 40000 tons of cruiser tonnage Postcard in Mails a Quarter Century Twentyfour years was the time required for a postcard picture of a Washington D C scene sent by a Chester resident to reach a friend in Philadelphia approxi mately 150 miles distant from the nations capital The recipient of the postcard Mrs William Ulary of 216 West Abbotsford avenue Philadelphia was treated to a view of Pennsyl vania avenue In Washington with carriages along the curbs and street cars drawn by horses The card was dropped in a regular mail box at the capital almost 25 years ago by Mrs Rena Stout of 1116 Pine lane Buckman Village this city who was on a brief visit to Washington A message in the card inquired concerning the health of Mrs Ularys mother who was seriouslj ill at the time and who died shortly afterward Among post marks on the card there can be noted a cancellation in Japanese writing showing that the trip fron Washington to Philadelphia was made by way of a detour to Japan There seems to be only one pos sibility where there could hav been Any mistake in delivery an that is the fact that the card wa addressed to West Wyoming ave nue which has since been changec to Abbotsford avenue but only i recent years The address i clearly written on the card am proper in all respects The dal on which the card which was on recently received was mailed wa May 1309 U S OUTLINES CASE AGAINST SEN DAVIS NEW YORK Sept lottery charge against United States Senator James J Davis and Theodore COAL IS TO COST CONSUMER MORE UNDERNRACODE Administration Admits Bituminous May Rise at Least a Ton Due to Wage Boost Roose velt Signs Agreement Labor Wins Point WASHINGTON Sept Coal will cost ine householder more this winter as a result of the NRA coal code the recovery administra tion admitted today Soft coal to the small purchaser may go up as much as a ton but the code as finally approved by President Roosevelt contains safe guards against profiteering and pro vision has been made for adequate representation for the consumer on the code authority set up to govern the industry Any increases in the price of coal will have to be justified by statistical information showing they neces sary to finance the raising of wages and spreading of jobs Some experts have estimated the increased costs at 30 to 40 per cent The requirement statistical data and the provision for consumer representation on the code authority represented a triumph for the con sumers advisory board When ad ninistrative provisions of the coal code were written the board staked ts prestige for the first time in a QUADRUPLETS ENTER COLLEGE projected under the new program to j mit the crime1 ships smaller than 10000 tons This Miller was explained to a jury today by Assistant District Attorney Louis Mead Treadwell as the government began a second attempt to convict them The indictment does not mean that these defendants actually went down to the postoffice or express office and shipped the lottery tickets themselves Treadwell said It means that they were responsible for the commission of the crimes charged and with conspiracy to corn Continued on Last Page LINDBERGHS READY FOR HOP TO RUSSIA STOCKHOLM Sweden Sept vigorous fight for consumer protec tion Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson conceded retail coal prices would have to be increased But any runaway prices will be dealt with by the code authority Johnson said They may not look it lul Roberta Mary Lcola and Mona Keyes left In Before signing the code President right above are to he the only livinp quadruplets In the oosevelt struck out an interpretation United States to reach maturity The 18yearold sisters of llollis Okla Davis as director general of the Loyal Order of Moose and Miller secretary of the Moose Propagation Department arc accused of partici pation in promoting a series of charity balls in 1930 and 1931 Treadwell outlined the alleged lot tery promotions He said a total of worth of tickets were sold throughout the United States today i cents each Holders of the off from Karlskrona navel base on a tickets were entitled to adniission to night to Leningrad Soviet Russia U local Moose chanty ball and had The distance i 600 miles largely U chance to win a national prize over the Baltic Sea The national prizes total SoOOOO in They were expected to skirt EsU930 and 8150000 in 1931 he said thonia and follow the Gulf of Pin eros Roosevelt of the labor protective clause of the recovery act written by Johnson and Donald R Richberg NRA general counsel Labor leaders had objected to it Although stricken from the code itself the interpretation was permitted to stand in an appendix afficially setting forth the administra ion attitude toward unionization and collective bargaining The interpretation clause said em ployes can choose anyone they desire to represent them or they can choose The first ticket sale grossed 31500000 of which went to the Mooseheart Orphans Home in Illinois Treadwell said land into the old Czarist capital After visiting the home of Lind Vergs grandfather and calling on a cousin of Lindbergh in South Sweden j the Colonel and his wife spent last j MOTORIST GIVE1V night at Karlskrona on the soutn coast Though Lindbergh did Jiot an nounce his plans it was expected he dressed identically arc picturedas they entered Baylor University at Waco Tex Hie other day Continued on Last Page TWO PERSONS HURT WHEN CARS CRASH CUBAN BAND IN REBEL MARCH Government Sends Force to Pursue Hernandez and Followers Fifth and Kerlin streets considered one of the most dangerous intersec tions in the city was again the scene of an automobile collision last eve ning two persons being injured when their car was thrown against a pole which was chopped off at the base The injured are Stephano Cachetti M 1U6 West Third street who was liMl treated at the Chester Hospital for lacerations of the head and body HAVANA Sept strong EVICTED FAMILY RECEIVES AID Fourth Ward Business Man Proves Good Sa maritan in Time of Need 3000000 IN PA VOTING TODAY IN FALL PRIMARY National and State Candi dates Arc Absent From the Tickets Local Battles in Pittsburgh Phila Twenty Cities to Elect Mayors HARR1SBURG Sept Keyed by weeks of campaigning ap proximately 3000000 Pennsylvania voters trooped to the polls toclny for another primary election Nntlorml and state onice candidates were absent from the ballots but spirited local battles were bringing ovit the vote Special precautions especially in the larger cities whore contests wore bitter were taken to as sure honesty and lo niaitaln order While elections of local importance wore being held hi every section of the state those In Philadelphia Pittsburgh and Serunton grabbed the focus of the spotliRht Twentytwo cities will elect mayors this fall and In many of them the Issue wus being settled today Startling increases In Democratic registration stood out as one of the important sidelights of the primary Tlie minority parly of the state ap parently has boosted Its enrollment above the million mark for the first time in history Official registration figures were not available as the voters moved upon the polls today Last years registration total of 3 mG71 gives some idea of the volume of votes being cast Philadelphia home of the Vare or ganization was split over the election of a city controller and a treasurer Edward Merchant lias the organiza tions support for controller and Councilman Bernard Samuel for treasurer Bui the opposition which has the backing of the Independent Repub licans nnd Democrats as well as the support of Governor GltfordPinchot Continued on Last Pngc D A ENTS AT SHIBE PARK COURT SIGNS ELECTION ORDER On an order signed by Judge Al bert Dutton MaeDado yeslcrday H5 residents of Darby borough aro en titled to vote in todays primary elec tion George Coward registry assessor placed on ho witness stand by At tornoy Ralph Llndcmulh told thc court thai U5 names of which 3J are Republicans nnd two Democrats had been left oil his record nil error in copying from his original field hook Among the names omitted was that of Magistrate William Linvillc it was revealed Judge MacDade ordered the names Inserted In the official registry list for todays election CANDID AT MORTON RALLY A Republican rally was hold last illslit at the headquarters of the Republican Club on Hunlhiglon ave nue Morton with William Jacobs president of the club and John M Payne county coiumltteeman in GREAT INTEREST IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION TODAY Candidates of V a r ious Groups Oppose Regular Organization Ticket Workers Seek to Poll Full Registered Vote in the County Candidates for county office In cluding Prolhonolary M S Puncoitsl Controller James T Stewart General William O Price Jr who seeks the nomination for sheriff nnd Mrs Kathryn Splngler who is a candi date for director of the poor made addresses Candidates for borough office also spoke IDEALWEATHER GREETS VOTERS Many Cast Their Ballots During1 MorningHours Full Vote Expected The lingering shadow of the de government force under Captain Benprcssion cast its spell on the West Itez accompanied by a large body of F ht landlord pvciTiscd armed students left Clenaga today j End last night as a landlord cxeicisca for Moron pursuing Capt Juan Bias hls lceal prerogative upon a family Hernandez who with 300 followers i who thought their time of trouble had was stirring an uprising in the Moron district The government claimed that Her nandez one of the bitterest oppon An honest truck driver who ac and his daughter Angeline 13 who would go from Leningrad to Moscow cidGntlv brushed a traffic light at was given attention at the hospital hv of nor and Morton avenuB for lacerations of the back and legs slightly damaging it left this city Police learned Cachetti was driving with a bad fmpression of Chester south on Kerlm street and the other rHv pmnloves machine traveling west on Fifth The Thomas Mulholland33 street was being operated by Walter and thence perhaps by way of Ber lin Amsterdam and Scotland to Eng land shipping his seaplane to New York MORGENTHAU PRODS FARM LOAN AIDES WASHINGTON Sept Aroused by the slowness with which farm loans are being completed Henry Morgenthau Jr farm credit governor today told his field force to cut red tape and get action or give way to those who will Declaring he had inherited the present system he said various branches and units of the farm credit organization appeared to be just building up technicalities and that there was too much redtape 1138 East Oxford street not knowing where police station was located rc Sammons 310 Clayton street The crash Uttered the highway with glass thraccident to the first unl splinters and other debris from the the accident to tne nrstum j d cars Both injured persons PrP whn were removed to the hospital by pass formed man lie to be a guard in Deshong Park who in turn notified police about it giv ing the drivers name and adress Two hours later Mulholland was route and to see a man ing motorists Two other auto victims were treated at the Chester Hospital last evening for minor injuries when they ran the sides of long since passed by A constable armed with the neces sary Implements of the law swooped down in his legal majesty and evicted cnts of the Machado regime who1 man his wife and their seven chil ceased fighting only when de Ccs pedes became president is supported by not more than 100 of his diehards Other advices placed his force at triple the number Extreme difficulty in putting down dren The night was not bitter and the wind wasnt howling so the fam ily packed their bags and baggage at the rear of thsir former home in the 2400 West Ninth street and curled up on sundry mattresses to sleep until the Hernandes movement was exj the morrow when action would be pected because of the rough nature taken of the country through which the The father of theigroup of derelicts More than five hundred boys and girls from Darby High School and Darby Junior High School under the leadership of Principal J Wallace Saner saw Connie Macks Athletics nose out Detroit In a 98 slugfest at Shibc Park yesterday afternoon The students accompanied by the high school band made the trip to Sliibe Park in special trolley cars from the Ninth nnd Main streets I terminal In Darby Thc trip was made possible through the efforts of the Darby Business As sociation and Chamber of Commerce which raised the necessary funds to finance thc transportation Hownrd B Talbot president of thc business group and Arthur Worthington president of the Darby Home and School Association assisted in the arrangements for getting the chil dren to the park Thc excursion was the result of an Invitation extended to students by Ira Thomas scout for Connie Mack who visited the school last spring and addressed the students Clcnr skies and n beaming sui lured thousand of qualified voters t the polls in nil the city districts earl today In ninny ot the precincts where the registration was heavy more than 100 voters having cast their ballots as early us Olf n in Workers of nil parties were hustling to get the electors to the polls ns they anticipate the usual last mlmitc rush this evening when the office business houses nnd factory employes trek homeward The polls will remain open until 8 p m and with voting machines in every precinct it Is expected thnt all the city returns will be recorded by 9 oclock Both the Republican organization nnd tlin various Democratic and In dependent factions have established i Interest Is being manifested In all parts of the county In todays primary election local contests add ing est lo the formal selection ot party candidates to be voted on in November The regular Republican slntc Is being opposed in Chester by some Independents and there are two fac tions of Democrats In the county them are two Independent factions if Republicans iind likewise two op oshiR Democratic groups all of vhlch has enlivened the primary uch ns It has not been for several In tilt eastern and northern wards of the city the results of the registra tions by the followers of all parties wns lltfht during the morning hours and In many of the wards thetotals by noon showed that only a fourth or even less of the voters who had regis tered had put in nn nppoanince at I lie polls for the purpose of casting their ballots In the second precinct of tho First ward there was a slight delay this morning when one of the vote cltinps became jammed and was out of use for about nn hour however the incident had no effect on the totals ns the olhrr machine waa available to I he voters In the residential sections of the city manner in which the voters nppcared was characteristic of busi nris perrons juvuy from their homes during tha greater part of the day The voting was heavier durliiR the early morning hours when it appeared hat many had made it a point to drop Into the polling places and vote on their way to business Things then slackened off during the mid inornlng hours nnd around noon picked up nRln slightly Those in charge of the polls nre looking for ward to a heavier poll during the Into afternoon nnd evening hours when workers will hnve finished their daily tasks Like conditions existed in till parts of the city In Chester there Is a wealth of material on the ticket to be voted headquarters where the vote corralled for by their respective candidates may j For city council two to be named be reported in all sections of the i by each party the candidates are Walter H Craig and George J forces must march for the night attempted to argue Hernandez was reported moving to with Robert Platt who wore the star wards Santa Clara along a route of a constable The argument waxed allel to the northern railway warm and Theodore Wyszywanick whose name is as long as his troubles It chanced to be Elmer Weigand city electrician Mulholland stopped to identify himself as the truck driver who struck the light explain ing thfit his company was fully in sured against such accidents Dispite his honesty Mulholland was arrested by Weigand who police say has absolutely no authority to make CHICAGO Sept such an arrest However the matter railment of a freight tram at Gibbon was qujcfcly adjusted when police Neb on the Union Pacific line de station was reached Acting Captain layed former President Herbert Hooj Hanley releasing the driver Later vers arrival in this city according to j Counciiman waiter H Craig gave WRECK DELAYS HOOVER were Marylyn Merinch 4 of HAVANA Sept was packed into the constables car tion political elements threatened civil I and hied away to Magistrate Edward war today unless President Ramon i L shumways office at 615 West Third Grau San Martin accepted a set of street Not wishng to cause the man secret proposals presented to him in j further trouble the Seventh ward RUTLEDGE GETS NEW POSTMASTER county In Chester city the greatest Interest probably centers on ward fights there being two bitter contests in thc First and Ninth wards for the office of alderman It is a fourcornered fight In the First ward and a threecor nered battle In the Ninth ward During the morning a staff of vote machine mechanics were kept at City Hall their temporary headquarters being In the office of City Controller John Ross During thc early hours thc mechanics responded to several calls in different parts of thc city where the election boards encountered slight difficulty with the machines However every complaint was at tended to immediately and little or no delay was experienced RESUMES HIS STUDIES Hunter incumbents Henry G Swcncy William M Hunter James B Wilson and Arthur D Anderson Republicans nnd John J Stetser Continued on Last Page FAIR WEATHER WILL CONTINUE Fair weather is predicted In eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be increasingly cloudy and warmer tomorrow with Philip Thompson Jr 121 President avenue Rutledge today assumed thc role of acting postmaster of Rutledge borough succeeding William K Pcarce whose term of office expired January 23 last The new postmaster s1Cw posms writing at the Presidential Palace i magistrate dismissed the charges iJan rVi tn TUP rmliHnn nf onnnsition narties waK received notice of his appointment to 1721 West Seventh street who sufI demanded hii resignation The coalition opposition parties However the case was not ended i William A McClurg local real estate succeed Mr Pierce last Saturday and whpn trurk hv a ar driver C HalK Naa mans road Booth wvn and Mildred Unless Grnu San Martin resigns man heard of the case civil war is inevitable said a leading palchca his representatives Harry R i members of the OCCR Revolutionary c Robinson and Joseph R Bunco to and dis SRCIU 1csterday familiarizing himself s fhl by est Seventh street who was Society which joined the ABC the the scene of trouble Mr Robinson thP car of Edwin Wilker 660 Nationalists the Conservatives and and Mr Buncc came upon Mrs W tne car 01 wilier oou Swarthmore avenue Ridley Park No arrests resulted from the accidents s TREASURY BALANCE the Marianistas in presenting the de calmly curled up on a mattress in the of the office Rutledge post office is a third class office and pays a salary of yearly It is understood that there will be no change in the clerkships In M Edward Northnm of 312 Enst Twentysecond street son of Alder man J Albert Northam of the First ward returned to Carlisle Pa yes terday to resume his studies nt Dickinson College where he is a member of the Senior class During the summer school sessions held at Swarthmore High school he was a regular member of the summer school faculty and received credit for the work on his practice teach ing records at Dickinson College TODAYS PRICE FOR GOLD In the afternoon or at night Thc highest temperature here yes terday was 79 degrees at 4 p m and thc lowest was 03 at 530 a in The average of 11 was four degrees above normal for the dnte and three de grees above the average September 18 last year Maximum temperature for thc date is established in 1891 and minimum 46 in Sunrise today was at 648 a m and sunset will be at 703 p m eastern daylight saving time mands I yard at the rear of the house and i the office ot which there are two VI can not even consider resignj the other little Ws ranging from 6 to J TTv ing said Grau San Martin The is curled up for the night i Ul1 UAKJS I LJtllJLilJ whether I remain in office Neighbors were unwilling that the WASHINGTON Sept depends solely on the elements which family should be thus exposed and The treasury net balance for Sept 16 j placed me there told Mr Robinson they would take was SI16346588612 Miscellaneous Leaders of the student Directorate the family in for the night When advices to Chicago Northwestern wejBarld his instructions in such Internal revenue receipts for that which with enlisted men of the army i Mr railway offices The train on which 1 matters day were Customs rej and navy and the radical faction of i his Mr Hoover was riding was not en ceipts for the month through Sept the ABC put him in office said that i he dangered TWO HOMES DYNAMITED RESUME ACTIVITIES Plans have been completed by girls SCRANTON PA Sept Two more homes were dynamited to to renew the activities of their day as Scranton snune union war O1ganjzation tomorrow evening with ceipts 16 were VOLUNTARY BANKRUPTCY fare continued The second blast was at the home of John Sibka 70 North Ecranton HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT HAVRE DE GRACE Glace Volplane L a d y Clagclt Weather clear track fast AT ROCK1NGHAM a Fall dance to be held in the hall of the Good Will firehouse at 1509 Providence avenue Harry August Roubert Chester filed a schedule in voluntary bank ruptcy proceedings in the District Court of the United States at Phil adelphia yesterday listing liabilities of and assets of 512500 Long Array of Candidates Seeking County Offices Black Beau Cavalier Singer Boundless Deep Weather clear track fast AT LINCOLN FIELD Water An election day survey of UIE po litical situation in Delaware county reveals an array of names of Inde pendents Progressives Old Line Democrats Roosevelt Democrats Organization Republicans and a few Socialists and Prohibitionists on the ballots which form a compli cated maze on the voting machine that would confuse the most ex perienced voter Clarification of the hodgepodge would seem impossible but little trouble is experienced when it is taken by parties and those parties split into their proper fac tions Ever since June and even before the Independents and the Demo crate have been preparing for the fight today in the hope that after many years of waiting they may take advantage of the breaks and get Peoples and Kalhryn W Spinglcr for Directors of the Poor Independents Progressives The Independents on the other hand have run into trouble from al most the first day of organization Wyszywanick returned following temporary conflict with the law agreed with the neighbors that INJURED FATALLY WASHINGTON Sept Todays price for newly mircd gold consigned for export or for use in domestic arts and industries was fixed by the Treasury at per fine ounce MARCUS HOOK GIRL TOOK POISON DRINK DIES IN LIVERPOOL Continued nn LastPapc Continued on Last Page WOMAN MOTORIST W NELSON TRUAX HELD FOR COURT GRANTED PAROLE Joan Nichols 5 daughter of Mr and Mrs William J Nichols of 204 Long lane Stonchurst was crushed beneath an ice truck near her home yesterdav morning and died a few minutes later In Delaware County Hospital According to police the driver Barney Drass of Ardmore backed the truck unaware that the child was play ing near the rear wheels Drass was held the Coroner in S1000 bail for LIVERPOOL Eng Sept Q Kelly of Philadelphia who gained fame before the war ns an AngloAmerican theatrical manager died today at the age of 80 PRESIDENT STILL ILL Ruth Foster 15 of 7 West Ninth street Marcus Hook was taken to the Chester Hospital in the ambu lance of the Marcus Hook Fire Com pany No I yesterday afternoon after she had swallowed a quantity of liquid insecticide After receiving treatment the girl was returned to her home The drinking of the poison was un intentional according to members of the family and members of the ambu lance crew WASHINGTON Sept President Roosevelt on orders of Dr Ross Mclntyrc remained away from his desk again today because of a cold Faces Trial on Charge of Bank Official Convicted T TT7f 7 T Driving Automobile of Embezzlement Makes fcrOOU LOOTUS TOT Topics of Ti ones William P Dclehanty reports re tail sales going up in this city Fine but dont show this to your landlord By this time tomorrow a lot of men will realize they could be wiser They will be shown that they could have withdrawn from the race in favor of the other fellow who had more back Ing While Intoxicated Restitution Mrs Clara Guidia 33 of the 1000 Nelson Truax 55 of 34 East block Shunk street South Philadelj Twentythird street this city who phia was held in S500 bail for court I was sent to the county prison on June Quart After Repeal Since the death last February of stable Daniel Wells and on Judge F G Perrin then county charge she was fined and costs charged with driving an automobile 30 after his conviction of cmbezzlc while under thc influence of intoxij mcnt was set free last night in a eating liquor by Magistrate Walter i parole order signed by Judge John Greenwood of Linwood yesterday t M Broomall An additional charge of disorderly conduct was placed against Mr by thc arrestingvOfficer WASHINGTON Sept scale designed to drive bootleggers out of business by competition from rate which works out at 27i today cents a quart a low Congressional leaders and the arl arc anxious to obtain 2 petition for parole was joined rePiiCfi beverages rtf MA fr dependent leader thn reins of govern ment have fallen into other hands Thc arrest an evening of pleasure for Mrs Guidia and four j of thc Chcster 1 Cambridge Bank and Trust Company of this city of which Truax was a former secretary and assistant treas urer Thc bank has received thc sum testified in full set It was intended that thc liquor axes to bc levied by the next Con enable the public to buy Safe crackers who broke three strong boxes in a West End industry gob only for their trouble They will probably demand better working con ditions from the Burglars Union President Roosevelt has a cold And tonight when they count tha election returns a number of other politicians will have tho chills miiiiMirtiiun iuu iivuu in A wr Undcrstal1rt it when we get the maximum revenue from Averages a u vm bc lrM uk about which will be Icsahzcd by lepcal of u probaby therell ba f j legalized beverages low enough to Howard Kirk who piled up a big vote women companions who were accom the again t in thc last fight for the office of panicd by their children five in tcmcni o tne ciaim u naa itmii District Attorney attempted to form j number a strong Independent group and suc car in which the Lady Sister Claire In Par into office but election day finds Fire Star 1 them split wide open and Icaderless Petty Fly Interpreter The regular Republicans kept in the Leading Man Woody Simon Canj background until a month ago when teron Lassie Copley Knoivlcdge Xuckols Boy Volan Red Fellow Helen Bab Glove Weather cloudy track fast I their leaders selected and endorsed a definite slate headed by Gen Wil county George W Allen warden and county commissioncrwas soon given the chairmanship of a committee on organization This committee composed of about 25 prominent county residents met to form a ticket to oppose the organized Republicans in but many of City Electrician Weigand is trying to S175 a quartmake bootlegging unprofitable A tax lo arYest people Now if could Thc feder I tax on whisky probably somewhere between S3 and S3 a gallon j only pct nn electrician who would will bc between 55 to 75 cents a quart Ls believed to meet both those conch fixtraffic lishts remarks Jim Deavcn On that basis it was believed that lions i distilled liquors will contribute their I Thc annual return from in the Juno j share of the annual 1 liquor forecast by Harrison rather ex crni of court the charges brought j revenue which Chairman Harrison i aggeratcs the potential net return to y thc State Department of Bank Of the Senate Finance Committee bc expected The tax rider to the Na be obtained tional Industrial Recovery Act in Truax Truax was convicted tc by port mosTlreeKnce Republicans in the j collision with other week would rXarii tent conversion false entries and from liquors wine and beer Beer is creased the gasoline tax created a thc Ridge road Sunday evening Some of thc occupants Guidias car were injured taken to the Chester Hospital for treatment The Weather WASHINGTON nrtiv conversion laisc CIUIICA liquors wine ana ocer IM mu mv v niarutu oii v ants of Mrs false pretences On June 30 Judge scheduled to provide approximately dividend tax and levied capital stock The weather forecast Eastern l irrri and were Fronefield sentenced Truax to a term of that sum S50000000 in and excess profits taxes which sylvania Increasing cloudiness r Hosnital for of 3 to 5 years 1 excess of thc revenue expected from matically will be repealed after the i warmer tonight followed by sh v 1 The hearing yesterday before both I it when 32 malt beverages were liquor traffic is restored as a source bezlnninK late tonight or Wcdne When the woman was taken to the Judges BroomaU and Froncfield did the delegates not satisfied with the turn of affairs walked out in the hospitalshe began a tirade against i stare politicians and Mussolini She look i JamcsV not start until 630 p m who Mtrncy legalized last spring Medicinal liquor is subject to a SI10 tax per gallon and all other to off one of her sloes and hurled It with Attorney John V Diggins as a levy of S640 This latter tax Is Oil Ollt Ul lit tii4 liuiivu i vonrocont c Mio middle of the meeting and met to i kt acity patrolman standing nearby j counsel for Truax told the court At police headquarters another bat1 that restitution had been maac inc namiK liquor traffic is restored as a source of Federal income The gasoline tax was increased i cent a gallon to raise an additional annually Thc other Sept Eastern Pcnn ncss and showers lafc tonight or Wednesday cooler Wednesday nijht and m west and north portions in thc afternoon Western Pennsylvania Showers lo probably rndins WceVcsday wholly punitive nnd represents the I levies raised to this terni morning warmer tonight to taxation of thc liquor i porary revenue President Roosevelt i nnlirr p arinnartr another bat mat resolution uuci uuvu nmuc AHI iiituiiit lu ui liam G Price Jr for Sheriff James listed as Independent Republican i department attempted to IT Stewart for County Controller endorsed by the Allen faction With woman Square Malachi S Pancoast for Prothono General Smedley D Butler as the tary Stanley Hibbcrd for Jury Com big gun this group has waged a misslontr Charles Mink Jr for Clerk of Courts and Clifford H Continued on Last Page and to Linwood by Weils yesterday after noon for her preliminary hearing raised bv Miss Lucy Lee an aunt of course never has the defendant the court was inMeet that punitive tax i by any chance the amendment were in a formed These sums made up thc 1 But with repeal thc levy will not repealed the taxes still could be taken amount due the bank including about j cease to exist and the rate on all dis1 abandoned 1 tilled spirits for beverage purposes receipts of Continued on Last Page 1 will be the present medicinal i its operating expenditures 6 a m 7 a m 8 n m 9 a m 10 a m 60 11 a m fiO Noon 61 62 64 1 p m 2 p m 63 70 J   

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