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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              THIRTY YEARS AGO JTEX onos A CHESTER EXPOUtfJl OFTHWT I1A5 INVENTED A CWILD3 SAVINGS BASK FROM WHICH MONEY CMIMOT BE GOTTEN UNTIL IT IS BUSTED H1CH BRINGS US UP TO NOW TRY AHO PET IT OUT CF THIS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH Dallv lcaspd Wire Rriiorls of United iLll nncl International Kiiv Servici UNS I CHKSTKK IlllUS DAY KOYKMIHCU 2 10 ill nVKNTYFOUU PACKS 1HICK TWO CENTS MURDER SUICIDE SHO WS ENLIVEN CASE OF COUNTY RUM RING Jose Rumler Panamanian Moonshiner Fol lows Tale of Murder Fixing for With Account of Suicide of Harassed Brothel Keeper Who Was In Wrong With j Protection of Paid Defendant to Bert Redding for Five Pints of Evidence OIL BLAZE WHERE THREE DIED RAMSEY BEFORE USGRAND JURY AGAIN TODAY i Evidence that is expected to lv damning seventylive ro i defendants of this county who are ion iial in United States District Couit Philadelphia fd to violate the nulional prohibition acl wr fiveii io tlv Federal June Testifies Main Line Society and High TT i acl iiveii to tii iecier OT TklS County Were Lntertained at Night Grand Jury by former May p j i liam T Runisy yesterday Club by Women in Altogether He Paid to Fix Court Case ding Bragged He Could Put Squirrel Judge MacDade Ramsey verelly fnn the Eastern Penitentiary shortly alter SaVS a m yesterday and spent the en J Hri tire morninu Jose lUnnler a native of Panama and a University graduate conversant in foiti languages who became a moonshiner in this area today told ihe Federal Court and the jury trying the county conspiracy case that the pro prietress oi n Chester brothel was driven to suicide by the Chester protection ring He told how Joe Doblitx Third ward defendant paid out to have five pints oi liquor evidence against him stolen out of the county warehouse by Bert Redding Negro chauffeur for District Attorney MacCarter He said he paid 8200 to have a case fixed and get back a confiscated still Earlier Rumler told of high oflkials of the county attending a county night club where nude women danced for thorn The possibility of a Grand Jury investigation in this county looms as the result of amazing testimony given by Rumler who is serving a term in the Eastern Penitentiary Rumler involved County Detective 0 N Smith and Mike Trestrail and State Detective James Meli as principals in the fixing of a murder case The victim of the alleged murder was a man named Peter Sudeikis whose brains were dashed outwith a poker when he became a miismce around a still that was operated near Milage Green by Benny Carrafa a fugitive defendimt The three detectives attached to the ohice of the Dis trict Attorney arc supposed to have recLived each and Rumler accused Attorney Weest of having received a fee of 5500 Yestcrdiy James T Ford fellow defendant with Wil liam T Ramsey and Chief of Police John Vance in the Scranton conspiracy trial took the stand in Philadelphia calmly related how he had duped local organiztaion leaders of on a fake protection scheme Rumler who took the Eland dunnp hc night session has been m court vcry day since the trial started and resumed llie stand when court formally opened this morning He vvns still tinder direct examination when Judgr George A Welsh took his seat at 1010 n m Nude Floor Shows A roadhousc at Newtown Square conducted by James JMcDonough was the rendezvous for Main Line society folks and high officials for whose tcrtainment each Tuesday night was j sliueimius to S District Attorney Stoney nnd Franl V Wills Department of Justice aseni At 2 p in he wont before ihe Grand Jury nnd still milking a recital i uheii llmt body iidjourned at 5 pm He WHS Kgain taken into the jury room tills morning Mr Stoney later declared that so far Mr Ramseys testimony has been j very helpful and MUisfactory How ever Stoney declined to suite j i whether Ramsey save all the infer i malion thru the government believes j he can give in connection with I lie t j charges un which Use 75 on trial were indicted It is expected thai I will be betore the jury entire day j Mr Stontv wrs out of th3 cham Rauisy was there and the tiurors did ihe Ramsey 1 j irmicd perturbd when h walked out Mr SloiKy aiinouncTd that it ap peared Ramsey had been giving mils leading up lo the crime for which I ho is in prise n and thai he had just started to go into the more impor1 i tant details j It was understood but unconfirmed jthFt Mr Ramscy reached the point Collapse of tiinl diirins trst at i Ninlii Tivrrlmi It II iilanl caiwd explosion yistrrday whicli ignitd lutei ritiiintity of nil Shiirlly after this picture was taken llaincs cmTlopnl four of Ihr live tanlis TlinC men were killed anil 1J injured U S MACHINERY iNAZI ATTITUDE FOR GOLD BUYING IN SAAR REGION NOW OPERATIVE WORRIES WORLD WIGGINS 5YEAR SHARE TELLS PROBERS Cluiso National Chid Oul linos Ineoine From Cor porations Also Depicts Losses Dur ing Depression Paid Uitfh Taxes to U S WASIIINCtTON Nov UP Al bert 11 WinKu reported loday to the Kenute stock market invest committee Ihat his Income and that ol his three AnuiUiin lux corpora ilons irum lilll In 1KU anttivuiUid lOiiJH A bulithcc shtii of his pVonal and eoipur m thoe year liowtd tlinl depression In in and ISCiL MiKLhod a hole in of llie ioiporal ion In the liooinniK yiar of 11C1I W Mins coiporate proliis from Shiiiiiar Corporut inn wen Mttrlyn C DHIU CliiiK ifi11 for a net swellmj or his by WiRiin reported that his net ineoine cupiial rains or los es in the five years were its follows KCJll j 1I2I SI IllitO siaoiriiwii ism siMDtnoiiO losa SlfiilJillWi total SSIlfil I In those years pilid personal I Income lo llie Rovennnent as Westinghoitse Acids To Employed List Atmouneeiiieiii nuule today hut the WtMlnKlimisc IMetlne tV ManufiieluiiiH Company had In eieaed its walls and number of employes wherever priutieul In compliance willi lie electrical iiianiifiiciuiint code and he ac Ihitlesuf the NUA illicited llic In formal lim today at tinpUtnl in Tiiilcum township thU between iul flll employes have hern added Mnce NRA was put in c If eel This Includes new employe anil men recalled from furloush Men are Mill belli taken on li was lea riled loday 11 estimated Hint additional costs lo the Weslinihouse concern are between iiiul 000000 annually It is hoped that Ihcse increased expenses will he speedily recovered hy IniiiiiMd Miles at heller prices ii sltitcincni says report In s tin1 ales bookings lnrc In Ihe tliiid quarter and luilliled iiiiiminliiiK to OU WELFARE FUND WORKERS GIVEN ENCOURAGEMENT Arc 7ant of JMighl of Uncin ployed the URGIX NEW PLAN s TO SUPPLANT NRA 111111 wen rr T 1 nnn orporUion 11 IrV A I III H N CuLjninilion SUU riUlHjlU w o p e t u I 1 M Ironps ol apilai Hoard to Arbitrate itll ill 157 ns pcroiuil inn eorporate were dislrihuted Uiluy in lorin o hut on three Would Decide on Codes Administrator I i Labor View on Idea WASHINGTON Nov Substilu First Reports of Campaign to He Heard on Friday With cneoiiraiiiiiK reports belli I jrioivod itl Wei faro Federal ion hcad iiiuirtors in the Oiowr nviildint tlm team leader and workers urn con tinnliiK Ihelr to roll up Koodly proportion of the fund this week The campaign which Mimed on Mondny will Icmchulo Kovcmbcr Il The first reporls will be heard on lridiiy when a urneral meellng will he held at the Voliil Womens Chrls lion Association Seventh and Sproul Despite the continuance of eco nomic hardships even amom wase eanuTs llie various solicitors urn liudliiK a lespijnsivc iittitude Tliosn i who anrortnnnle enouph to have a weekly ineoine are of thn I plight of their unforliinatii neigh bors nncl evinced a to do their shtirc no matter how lit tle and it is tills spirit which is en ihc oltlclals of thn Federa tion The sought Is Hitabsoluto mlnlimim which will enable the twelve tmiis in Ihc Federation to function next year If the amount is not collected there will be n severe I curtailment in the social agencies medical aid tainily relief and other of papiiI here appeared for Ihe t Ion of permaiKnl Koviriinaiit of i impretNivc forms of eommunUy ns Fedcral Reserve of N Y t o T h r e a t e u i n v Dispose of RFC Notes Brings Stern Take Pav in iMetai Vvvm Nation i public1 to rejd the of llv How of uikl which billowed around him Of the tnie personal lax corporu DetlVeS lions Clinnslon paid no Income in l1 and Hlit Neil her Sher worl tl induslry for the ternj of llie Nutionul Kecovry I Inlilid Health Xiirsins Sirvice AdinintMiatioji svns proposed today by Jerard iivvop and drew immvdiule niarnor Murlyn paid in Irll and Wi iicreenuul inmi Reoveiy Adniiiils F D R Plans to Weaken Dollar Abroad Raise Commodity Prices Here of luxes paid by lhose corporations In the live boomtime Couliiiiied mi I France Fears German Re volt and lUay Lose Sec lion Acquired After War TAX ASSESSMENT Twelve WASHINGTON Nov 2UPi Oovcrnment boosted bit price ties in which he hiul part on newly mined sold today Hi a nriv HOOKS ON DISPLAY SAAHBRUCKKN Siinr Basin Nov nctlvities threaiciiiiiE Eiave trouble btwerii France and Ycstcrclry in iho covmiy iriul of G323fi an ounce as thr Pcdernl Gormnny brorh a series Rrcrve Bank of New York prepared to bogin gold pxirchosfs abroad of WASHINGTON Nov i jmrehrtc of foreign goid in ordr to weaken the American dollar Chairman Jones tu the tion Finance Corpcrntion revealed i thai French authorities feared he had a nice trade His place was court patronised by Main Linsociety folks raid hh officialol Dcawarc coiinij Thoy rowrvcd each Tuesday nipiit for them when they would put on special show consisting of nutij i Ford srlfconfcssod csnUdrnco man j who mad n bupmrss of siliiv t psudoproicciion lo rum rinss ilid ihat TTr nciimry rrcivrd r1000 iof S2500 collected the rlc government today ma tie us ttrsc I county organration i Mr nnmccl Ramsey in consid 1 crnbe of his testimony i The obvious purpose of Mr Rim i spys being caHd before th Grand Jury is to pave ths way for his bcina called as a govonimcni witness in the MeCllire trial Indications at presvnl arc such thai he may called 10 tcsiify nt the trial as soon as he completes his nar rilivfto the Gvanc Jiiry Prior to hs tiaiid jury VTS by Willrand it was learned hi cfclinpd to lie Government any furilirr stern the rrprtTMve decrees otiay from Lcivjuc of commission nov crniig thij terri lory German lor immcdialt1 return of the Unlory to lh Grrinnn have o inilrmecl population Ciliwns of ihis city dehinn to examine the tax UiSflssiwm btujs vill hnve tin opporlunity u clo o today i1nd tomorrow at police head on Fourth street Thronah HIP comity of ihe County During the past the publio heallh nurscs in Clicslcr have given bedslde nuishiK to palients maUim llDIH visits Of these pa tlcnts 04t were unable lo pay for care and received M5 visits Tho need for tree nursing is increasing Departj even though unemployment ifi de Johnson creasing This Is due to the fact ihat oven though 11 man may bo working Henry 1 Uarrlman presidiMil of are iiiMifllclcnl to pay debts ihe Chamber of Commerce o Ihe United Slatvs said In favored the piinciplc oi the plar Harrimmi Mild Iheni luitt lieiin a jrcu of dissiitisfacticin innoni men over the NRA program ami lhit very little of the pixseni would be retained under the Irator llurh H lohiiKOn Tin Nw York induslrlallnl onl llnid thi plan at i meeting of the advisory and planniiu Iouncil of tlnr Commerce menl A few IOUIM lau hi1 agreement Cnntimied on IiifC COURTTO RKNJTER DECISION TODAY The Hthel Sprinps Water Com puny was a defendant yesterday In Ccimmstmiois nnd arnniicmenls proposal nude by Waller H Crrin director of j Acljin m tiif Swopo plan was thf department ol parks and prop lor commitoe tudy at the i Ulc foun of JlldBe Fronc erty and William F Dnlhanty sec sulaestion uf Hanlman in the council liekl at Mcdin when H L Blest in an address last nighthat th Federal Bank of Now York had been authorized to dispose of RFC notes and lake foreign sold in payment This nuihoriziUion consti tuted the mrchinery for Ihe pur chases which was discussed at a White confrrfnc it tvns to invade the foreign gold to n motion pictures by women and the IPSC act a degenerate t sjc one was usually put on by two Ne Broes Tiie place was protected by Harry Tillman fa defendant anil McDonough sometimes liouuiit case and moonshine from Tillman that iimr AH I fy conduct durhu th fiMrsi hat of a contlcman i was Mr Wills sisting of obscene motion pictures dances by nude women nnd fi degen erate act put on by two Neyroes as thn closing number according to tes timony given by Rumler when he resumed the stand in Federal Court Philadelphia this morning Keycs resuming his questioning asked Rumler to emimerj ate the doings of which lie had i knowledge in the Sixth ward and the witness then described 17 disi orderly houses gambling houses cabj nrets and speakeasies staling that one of the establishments he Sixtli Ward Republican Club WKS conducted by Ralph Frank brother of Andy Frank the ward leader He also re ferred to 123 Concord avenue as a disorderly house conducttTi several years ago by Irene Broaci who he hounded and framed by the big shots until she committed suicide In the summer of CillibertS niid Pomcrantz formed vas known as the Big Clique said Rumler I was not a partner bill they agreed to sell me ihe goods moonshine liquor 50 cents cheaper than anybody else I bought as many as 100 cans a week i Rumler at this juncture explained that he was a wholesaler and sold to a large list of customers among them Ihe lain MaRinlniti Fdward Nodcn who In described as having a moonshini1 joint on Banana itvc nue operated by a Niiivo Witness also involved Ray Pieavmt a de fendant who has pleaded guilty and Edgar Nutsyj Richardson in parl iirfship with Herb P Phillips who conducted the Hole in the Wall in the Ninth ward My best customer said Rumler was Jimmy McDonough who ran a voadliousc at Newtown Square I sold considerable alcohol to him brcause I wheels craps tables and slot machines Continuing his story Rumler said Later when the big clique raised the price of liquor on me I decided to gn my own still I came to Phila dclphin anti ordered a 300 gallon still When it was ready I went to Louis Perez nnd told him I would like him The Government agents nnd of ficials in the grand jury proceedings nnd Ihe court trial before Federal Judge Georue A Welsh had asserted that they believe the money Ramsey was convicted of epibe77ling was iisici Coninurd PaRc Twentytwo FORD NJ POLICY Tcnr rrvration followed an mrncpmrnt by Govorno Morvn ihru of Ihe farm cvnlii ailministra tion foreign vovild have started yosierday hnd it not been retailed at the moment that all Saints Day was a holiday for bam of France Simultaneously it was Seamed that the New York bink liad matie overture to thr Bank of France for ihe purchase of frrncs similar lo overtures recently made to the Bank of Kngiand in respect to the pound The Ban will buy foreign currency and exchange it for frold Ctmlmtjcrt PaicTvrlvr WARNING YSSUED ON COLD STOCKS Continued on Page Twentytwo Three of i Demands A5 the of Europe has feared that if there were an out break Fiance would send troops into Die territory Anxious los inaction lead FrrnchGcrmun crisis the governiiiE dccraetl 1Prir trrriand Jnv carrying are increaretl coiiimifsion will conro dis play of fla5 rrvanis inns obsfrve nlriLti5i under piin nf prison scnltncr will control sohcilation of fniKls tor political i nf government secrets or terrorist activities designed lo control the IDoi plebiscite vote will be pimiyhed by prison sentences at hard labor and grndarmss who Itisc to enforce llie rbovc decrees will by Imprisonment for from Uvo to five years al liavci labor The drcrccswcra aimed directly p cu Naxi aftivitir and veniiiiK n armed p nker have tl popilii tion to revolt nnd even children jive ir Nnri nhitc The Snar bnsin immensely wealthy in coal and ore deposits neslks like rclary of Ihe Delaware County an Chnmber of Commerce all person ilcslrins to know what their IIKSVS ments are and how they compiirt with thcse of Iheir iiciRhbors will liave opportunity to do so during llie two dnyv Appimlrwill be heard early in nociiiiier in council cliiim brrof City Hall and Company of Wilmliiglon Del brought suit ngnlnst water coni FAIMILYS GIFT TO WKLKAKK A rif SfilOOO from the rstat nf 1 N and mrmbrrs of the Pew family was typical of yrstoi clays rec ord en responses lo the Philadelphia United Campaign The Pew family plrdnes were di vided follows Fstate of 1 N Pew SliOOfl and Mrs Joseph N Pcvr The pltin would mcric the I Chamber of Coinmerce vatb various other Rioup1 ihut are rcprosentalivu pany for nonpaymentof n bill far of business and from ihe new oniml for the construction of n glass would bimimed it board ol j lining on tx wafer tank which did not nppcals to arbitrate all that meet the reciulremtiHs of the Stata arise in the iippilcaiion of rodivs j Sanilary Wmcr Hoard Jolinson said the program was j Harry li Ulesl president of Blest ihorouylily in lim with the fundaaiid Company lold the court that hcj luiii been employed toiio the work by Superintendent Smith of inn riilhel concern nnd Ihat after months mental com iplions of NRA and It vcnild b accompanied by Rovern at every ihnnifjh inembriThlp of Federal up of wailing he Mr and Mrs Joseph N Pew Jr frfiOO Mr and Mrs Arthur E Pew Jr FOURTH ANNUAL STAMP EXHIBIT pointvcs on every codv authority and trade control unit Tijcsri men lie explninvd would hvve no vote but n definltr veto power Arkffl whether it would not be for labor to be organised with equal solidity for success ot tlie j plan and wheiher business would 1 Cfiiiliiinicl tin Pase Twelve j JOS A H SM1TM never hcou paid dospili lils frequent requests for iho money Tie retold how he had rc liiud u concrete tank wlili glass lo inrure Ihe wafers purity and how Mr Smith told him the Strvte Board condrnmrd Iho tank His at torneys Elpin E Wcest and Norman Snyder produced other witnesses who attested to ihc fact that the work was done by Illest Jn a short lalk to the jury E A j Mowtill attorney for the Bethel Spilnps Water Company nrgucd that CRITICALLY ILL never in the history oC Ihe company had there been the slightest suspicion of impurity in the water linlil after Joiah Smith former dsMric at work had been done by Blest lorivy inil well known nienibM of who he charged had broken his con the Delaware County Bar is rniealiv ill nt ihe home of his son twin S Smith Wsl Avon road Mr Smith has been in poor health for the pas several years sulTcring Per Pint For Five Pints Payment for recovery of confis cated liquor came high but it was a minor mailer when a deal was consummated whrrcby the evi dence was stolen from llie county warehouse and returned to the original owner in thatthe exces sive payment was considered nil when the fact was established that l here would bj no evidence to ofler when the case was called for trial This in substance was the means described by Jose Rumler in his telling a story of how Joe Dobiit i defendant paid SlOOO on the of S200 per pint for live pints of liquor hat hud been confiscated by James H nravcn porf then an assistant county de tcclivewhen he raided one of DobliUs sprakfasies in the Third ward and Dobiitr arranccd with Bert Redding chauffeur for Dis trict Attorney MacCartcr to steal the liquor a pint at a time from the county warehouse in Media ready in Force Move Not stocks issues Known Here NEWARKN JNOV statement of policy irom the Ford Motor Company in reply to demands cf strikers at the N J plant was turned over lo the State NRA Commutes todiy Harry Trip pier acting forth rommiticn said it would be sent to Generil Hugh S Johnson NRA adminirtralor and Senator Robert F Wagnrr chairman of the National Labor Board Ir was nor indicated what action j Ihe strikers would take The Ford statement pointed our that three of the four demands of the wortcrs already arc a part ot our practice A warning against the purchase of ildmining stocks issues of which have been offered lately for sals in various parts of the country was given yesterday by Ambrose V McCall assistant attorney gen eral Mr McCaH declared that the buy ing by th Federal Government of newlymined gold rcsuKod in worth less gold securities bing put out by glib salesmen who urge gullible en lvc loniTs toinvsi He suggested tht prospretivo investors obtain advice from banks better businrs rations or the Attorney Generals of fice before buying gold stocks Continued in Page Twelve F AIR AN IV SLIGHTLY WARMER WEATHEK Fair and vanner ii the preriicion lodny in castein Peinvyl vrnia New Jsrsv Delavarf and tract by using putty oils and turpen Tine and iincii glass instead of inch glnss in the construction Smith and other employes of the water company stressed the point when on the witness stand that the materials to his sons home a short time aiolused by niest were responsible for Oil Display ill when his Colonial farmhouse reMjlhe contamination of the water and Collection Yilllicd l from a heart condition and moved 000 Y M C A Thousands of postage siamps valued more than SlUUUtll were placed on this morning when the CheVrr Stamp CUib itr fourth GOING TO HAAVAir Maryland Rain and colder weather annurl itamp shov in the C A tomorrow temperature henyes terday was Gfi at 11101 a m and he lowest WTI TiJ at 830 a ti The average of f0 was one degree below normal for the dale but five degrees above thn average November 1 List year Maximum temperature for the collections are building seventh stirct and KclRinom avenue The exhibition wliirh is th largest ever rpoiiMjred by Ihr local collector is MI elahoralr Scventvtwo exhibits representing the outstanding floln exhibitors i dence on the border of Parkside bor I Otiuh WHS damaged by lire II was reported that Mr Smiths cntriuion became critical yeMerday and of Ihe liaiilv were sum inontd to beiisldc Tlnough Ihe aid if his attending physician and by putting ip a siubboni Ilyhl Mr Smith vho if fondly known lo his many iniiaiiu ar Smith howcd some improvement in his that the whole tank had to be lorn down and n now one built to bring ihe water back to its original purity The work was done last October at he Boiths Corner plant of thn Beihct Company Decision will be rendered i today CRASH FILES SUIT stamp condition this morning i s HMANCK WASHINGTON Nov 2i is 77 established m President Roosevelt tentatively plans minimum 31 in 18S5 to thr Hawaiian The strikers original demands were A sevenhour day With Sf minimum rummer after th aniouninient pay and no more than 35 work hours Congrew he reveiled today i rtcognilicin of collective Jhe right of freedom ciuriiv the 5minuti lunch period employe pcrmitled lo lvv Uie preuiiscs ii they Upon fmni or rtdjust incnt of tiiese points that every em Sunrise today was it a m and uiscl vMIl be at 5i p m eastern standard time JURORS FOR THE WILL SUPPORT BERTERM While ihe exhibition has been pri marily arranged to permit plillalelisls to display ihiir treasures to other Manip colliVtor there arc many ex hibiti that ill interest spectators vlio ksnivv nolhni whatever con tamps and the stamp liobby id humor to th affair an ex of comic cancellations Ma2Lirv Va JifK5 Nov Ciiif and Andy N V has ilrcd In this same I A damage suit lias been filed at I Media by William L Randolph of tins city who claims that he was injured in an automobile collision on were Siiliifiill CuslnniM receipts for the month through Oct 31 were MAY SOUND SILLY BUT MEANS A LOT Boy Scouts Begin Drive for Clothing and Shoes and Women Selected i Enthusiastic Meclinfr Fs Held by Second Ward Republican Workers WASH INCVrON Nov J 1 UP i The Treusurv net balance for Oct U i was ItirOTfil Miscellaneous j tllc Post roulMarcus Hook on July internal nvenn rerMpis that day0 list Randolph who was a pas in the automobile of Henry Palmer brings his suit against Bertha Kurris of 121 Summit street Lin wood the alliLied driver of the olhrr car and M C Wnrrington of Wnsliinijton street Marcus Hook al employed by the County leod owner nf the other car have completed the Thesuit filed by Attorney John work of reliiyinp llie planks to con K Miurl new footwalks on both thej Another suit cliiiminrr damages frr section i norh and south sides of the bridge i injuries hps brcn fild by Attorneys i whicli spans Chester River on Third Rcilly and Fearer for Joim Vandsr KIlAIKS IO KUIDCK Continuni on Pagr KIcvcn street near Pcnn street Froin All Over County for Trials Tn certain smart circle latest slang for Irarls clrsirr1 is feeling nyanya supposed to be more hot cha than the older form caga So excuse it please If youre just gaga on selling or buying some good used things for the home youd best negotiate through the Chester Times classified ads People are positively nyanya about them because they usually please buyer and seller as this one did FUMED OAK tllnlir room Fiilte 9 Circes SO R C A nt rtcrtrlc rartlo In rootl condition r wal nut llnirT rcpiu rlinlrs vlti tnljtr M2 TkO 1 10 lrrr wpnu room MS 51 Furniture Storp 155 East flrnct The Chester Hoy Scouts formed he advance guard of Im campaign to provide clothing for the needy they mtrfhnlrd liieir forces ycstcrdav Assoiinlion the AiKrpn T5rd Cixm Hie Delaware Comity Tuberculo is As sociation the Child Hillh Center and the Urlav are County Fed The foliowinc jurors were selected at MThrt for ihe Drcpmbri1 term of Cour rnsT c i January S F I r t w a r d Waller Wood Ann1 May Dicker son Bessie Herman S Wallace O g I e s b y George li Ditchfield gani niirc1 joriiv ws of Ihc Republican ir nnd the eifeiion of by an overvvhclmint ir tile election icated at a merlin of ninn1 Sees Planned Rum Taxes PostRepeal Bootleg Aid slice aaainst Elmer J Algird of Clifton avenue Collingdalo It is the result of an automobile collision on Marsiiall road near ihe CobbT Creek bridge Upper Darby on Au gust 20 last The Weather I11 workers of the Sersmd wird i lield in a biiildinR at Mel Morton avciHirs William Will l Jr wife of Ward prcsidd and delivered ii address She iirgd Ihr partifularly women to lt nis ros11 aii Mrs Maym a stirn i work Nov Copyi would have to pay siinihv cos 1 United j added ihr cuUMu1 could be eliminated by Ulidntc for the various offices nnd scoured the city in an effort l rial Relief Board notifv every citizen that today nnd A house located at 61fi West K i tomorrow nrc the days in which to enth street has been secured as head Harry C Bo wen Robert H pet out and work and help elect can prepare for the second step in the quarters for the clothing distribution Frantz Second wardAnna SwartK campaign on Saturday j ii will be the only clothing center 1 Annie Tongc The scouts were armed with handiof its kind in this city and the com Jacob Simkins bills that told the story of the efforts mil tee in charge of the work will j Christina Smith Fourth Walter H CruiK and George I Htm or the local welfare and aid societies I make the distribution to all worthy Ethel B Sinister James E McClny tor present jiicinytbenis m city coun in procurinc the necessary garments families Orders for clothing must be Marion Seaman Napoleon Wilkins cii who are wnsiii for distribution Tlie boy made n obioined through the organizations Fifth G Klemnur Iillian thcrough canvass of every hoise and i mentioned and no one will be given MahoiKy Seventh OrorRc to get to clothing or shoes unless an is presented Jcsrpii y Blnkiston chairman of the crnMiiitlre in chKrjir of the riis iribtilion is beuiK tiristrd by Dr TpnihwardDorothy Fry John S AI nAV N V liiSB iy warning that state and Frtlernl llquorl toll whicli c taxes already supsestcd or enacted Federal lux He thought staKs shcnilti not levy volume taxes on alcoholic beverages but that this tax should be levied by NOV may promote booHegsinq after re peal of tho ISth Amenclmcni was soimdod today by Mark Graves president of the State Tax Commis rcciucsicd the oecuprnts Tether all the available clothing anri iliat they cblicl spare nnd to have hem ready for tin collectors on Saturday I Tho organisation in rharpc of thr I clothing nnd shoe relief are the Chester Relief pnd Family Welfare Michiiel Connrllv i Candulates for the various county j sion Jr Third ward iolViccs wre th speaker Thry were j Graves occupied a position high m i the conlidciice ot President Roose velt while the latter was Governor of New Yorkstale He has ben mcn l ioncd often as 1 possible recipient of n hish Federal ofliee Ths vanting pcccded nnnounce ment thai commission would be Federal Wilkins cii who arc seeking rnclrction Ma jor Gcivral Willium G Price Jr candidate for sheriff stressed Ihc everv effort Nellie Kelly Sarah Bayle need of workers bending every cfT Gcoge H Tiapnoll Morton Si owe to elect the entire ticket Eicluh ward Bishop Ninth Tame T Stevnrt of Iansnow vvarcllicrnian Brown Cora Ri rontvrVr Mabein S the Federal government Graves plan calls for lie government and llie Mues to this tax icvcnue The stairs share would bo on a basis of population j Indiscriminate slate taxation lie said would briiuf forth thee con coniilant evil in part ihe i purpose of repeal which wouri j 1 thr bootlocgcr a marptH of i At Ju prothoiotiiiv Eynci Miss Swerncy j Eleventh Kushnev Den Conlinueri on Twelve 1 Conltnund on Page Sixteen i of Coiliugtlale elerk ef ihr i roatiy to collect state tsses on dis jirofii of tilled liquors and wines if nnd whra PromoiP tax rvartn Ciarles repal is ri I ifird December i n Huplirio robed ton rosis The forecast Inrrrasin nnd uarmer tnnisit probably fol lowed liy nptasional rain Friday warnirr on tbc roast Friilay roltlrr Kriiliy niRbt Western Pennsylvania Clmnlr with rain heshimri laic toniRlil or Friday colder Friday anil near Isks Fric isle tonisht nmcli colder Fri day night Fitslcrn Pfiinsylvania Cloudy and warmer tonifhl Friday orraMonal rain ecilclrr Iriilay nisht and in west and uortb portions in afternoon TODAYS TrMPEKATlUlES sr n 1 mia Graves esliniatcd ex collection in New York would i Continued on IARC Two cost annually Other stales New York s an opeo Conlinnrd on rifte Twelve t n m K a in f am 10 a m oi 1 p 2 p m m 60   

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