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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              PUFRIES AND ANSWERS WHAT IS MEANT BY A SHORT TOM OF COAL FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day 58TH 17740 Daliv Leased Wire of Ujiltvl Press UIM nnil International News Service INS CHKSTKR IA FRIDAY MOVHMHKU TWKNTYTWO HUCtf TWO CENTS P R R ALLOTTEDIN MOVIELANDS NEWESTROMANCE LOCAL CONCERf FROM U S WORKFUNDS Goes to Complete Electri fication and to Purchase Freight Cars Twenty Other Roads Get 551000000 for Kails and I Equipment WASHINGTON Nov Thousands of jobs were in prospect today as the result of a public works loan to railroads The PennsylvaniaRailroadCompany was advanced S8000000 lo complete electrification of its line between New j York City and Washington and to purchase 7000 new freight ears and 132 electric locomotives SimuHaneouily the public works administration announced that ap proximately 20 railroads would be i lent 551000000 lo purchase 1000000 j tons of steel rails and 400000 tons of j fastenings i The loans are at four per cent j Interest and will mature within the i useful life of the equipment purt chased No interest will be charged 1 during the first year I The rails will be purchased from the United States Steel Corporation the Bethlehem Steel Corporation the Inland Steel Company and the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company The purchase price probably will be S3fi37 a ton for first quality steel j F O B the mill REGISTER 100 PC ON WELFARE LIST Emblems Awarded Show All Employes Have Subscribed Meeting This Afternoon Will Hear First Reports on Campaign M Herbert Iaul chairman of the IJUfiiiHss Mens and Professional committee of the Welfare Federation of Chester nnd Vicinity today made his first report on concerns and offices in Chester which have sub MTifoed 100 per cent to the 5100000 i lund This morning the list with more names to added was as ioilows ieinborss Sears Roebuck and Com i pany Montjiomcry Wnrd Company John Wcihorill Sprncer Stationery i Store Central Lunch I Iloral Shop Cooley Lillcy Thomas i Hremiaii Robert Howarth and Sons Upland Man Teils Strange One Ciiurnc Williams of Church si reel Upland lias luard of many itrange happening In his life Hut I he other day hicame face lo face with ui Incident that was so strange that it was almost reric On April Williams just for fun placed his name on a piece of placet it in a jar and threw it into he Chesier river The other day Williams a litscr from New CaMle IV1 The letter slated that n boy by hi1 same name Georre Williams was Halherinn wood when lie kiinul the1 boltle contalninu the slip beaiinK the Upland man name and address 1he New Castlc lad said he found the botlle on Octo ber 28 which as tinUp land mans birthdiiy anniversary He enclosed the siunaiure in a letter to George in Upland U S BUYS GOLD IN PARIS MARTS FRAMEUPSAYS JUDGE MacDADE Jurist Denies Any Kiunv 1 e d K c o f K u in 1 e r s Charges in U S Court JudtuAlbert nut ton MacUade named by lose Rumler yesterday hi Federal Courl in connection with the lixhij of a rum Tor his toilay iiuiiijnantly chained lie was the victim of a Iruuuup It was common knowledge In Del aware IOtiniy that Josiph Uumler proprietor ol a disorderly house In Clustcr was out lo net mibecause 1 sentenced him to a llvclolenvar 1 term in prison for bribery ami ex tortion be declared i Pannier from whut 1 himheard said Jmlte MacDade is an under cover miiii working for the govern 1 ment Hihas aided Myron M Culley ia iiovciniiuiit asint mid they are i to frame me UiMnlir tcstifkd that Judtse Mac had suprnded sciiienci1 tm a Newtown Sctuaiv roadlmuse owner alter Hrrt bedding NiRro chaulteiir fudge Welah Warns Counsel On Public Men n Shortly before Ihe noon recess lfdiral Court today rfcA Welsh sent the jury from ihe courtroom with the im nouiuciiieiH he hud iv siiilement acwished to make for the record Hid Ihe press Uuriiij the COIIIKH of the1 trial he said the mime of Al bert Dultoti MiuOalo and Dis trict AUnrmy William J Mac Carter Jr have bein menlioiud H is eniv to blacken the name of v pulilir olliclal but dlflicrult ritlht such a wroiu Neither o tho men WCTI indicled in this I have allowed admission uf their names because of I lie rules of evidence hut I feel Hull 1 should make this statement in fairness and justice 1 am caution ing attorneys tor both sides tc Inime their iHcstions m the Iu Itirc o ihat miii in public lili who arc IHH indicted in lhis will mil be into Ihe lisli nuiny I am i mi kirn liits state meiii lor ihrrecord but pi inoipallj for ihe press which 1 feel u lali judie should do Acquired Price Set To dav at Illce at Media has interceded TXVH I That ussciticni was viciously de v RUMLER RESUMES STAND IN PHILA INVOLVED MANY IOMff Recitation of Craft Payments Made in Fed eral Court 1 ml Welsh A b s o 1 v e s and AlacCar ter IYom Blame ase Humler Paniunanian inoon shiner rcsitmed Iho stand upon tha of Federal Court In Phila dolphin llils morning and is expected I to spend many hours there on cross examiiuilion i Alter Mvernl questlniis were asked H muter by Special Untied States Dis trlct Attorney diet A Kcyes Rumlcr was turned nver lo Willlftm T Con nor of diensc cniitiiitl or cross cx i animation In his testimony lhis mornliiM Hum lei claimed that county of ticuils arraDKOd to have him deported j after his trial so that the testimony 111 would not appear by T never heard of McDonough tin NVwtown Square man mentioned by ADMIT CHAIU KS Department of Labor Dllham and loi d by names both whom he said viM mploycd by the district attorney Cus WoiUl of BllllilW at Media has interceded ter Hardware Company CnmmmBs j AII ot iMm 1 i i Uumler said Hint two men from tho and Glenney Ievys Shoe Store Lewis Myerson First National Hank Delaware County National liatik Kmblems have been awarded to all i of these i WASHINGTON This afternoon at 4 oclock Ihcre Governnien1 will be a mectinc of the officers of H nttmler ussertcd ihesctwo men Dil the Federation the earns and f occurivd allow Ids truck lo pass through the i Fr f1 Bailie captains at the Y W C A Scvpun to in ounce fiom the Stii just 1 unmolested utter lluv had lllm ln to lliive and Sprou streets at which jtiio level of yesierdtiy The price was anvheii Humler is supposed to have stopped him it was revealed HM rvc ut Ule Dfl hiumlrr he said Keddint never Two Swnrlhmoi borough policei appointee were taken Uaine to mv to intike an appeal 1 liun admitted lo borough council u comity Nov him ho UimR ls 11uthi men Uuit they were Biillly ot having i Y ivho a PclSOIlnl Aicnri today raised Its tul I believe 1 was in Kuropc at taken a bribe ot three sacks of liquor i JUm the first subscription report will b formally presented There Is w LJ tut jjtin L uiusLHLtu iiuie is Kiill Federal Coordinator of Transpor Krautiful ami statuesque Saudm Shaiv screen actress ami mpcc uf t citric mtclet ihjK scssuul ani uicworV atiou Joseph B Eastman is working Gibbons film ilircctor who according o Hollywood gossips will shortly nvp optimistic that a fine showiii nt the details of the steel purchase f noiince her engagement to Gary Cooper I Ions rrpanled as moviclancis wij most elusive bachelor Cooper has been rumored about to take leap hul say the gossips this time its the real thins FORD TILT overniyht ounce advance of 21 cents PARIS Nov United I plan which was made possible when most elusive bachelor Cooper cflcn has been r Ihe mill operators agreed to reduce j leap hul say the gossips this time its the basis price to S3637 from S3775 The original price was rejected by Eastman The reduced figure re sulted from a subsequent conference between President Roosevelt and the NRA SETTLED GOPRALLY Agrees to Collective Bar Held at Headquarters of with Uie me Bnilk ot heads of the steel companies Public works officials were elated t that they were able to grant the j loans to the carriers This is the biggest step this ad ministration ha money and employment quickly Deputy Public Works Administrator Waite said Public Works Administrator Ickes WThelpublica Works administration WASHINGTON Nov Republican wishes to expedite this work so that Controversy between Henry Ford and ers and ties aided by the Welfare Federation follow j Salvation Army j work of the Army includes ihe feeding of Ihe hungry the nbihiiii of the ragpcd the housinc of thv homeless the cleansing of the imi j clean and the bringing of ihe in dividual into personal and friendly qiiistiion of 0000000 franc of bullion by American banks it was revealed today It was not disclosed whether the purchases were directly fur tin1 United Slates yoviriiment in keeping loom because he was so with President Roosevelts new cur rency policy The transaction wns shown in ex amination of gold on the Bourse nn Ited me But It was common Mosstp IimK by Sproul Lewis chairman of of Justice blocked the gnma in Chester that In was lo give IhisMlip committee InvestUulinn the care lu Ulln Kvd here now testimony against me mid a councilman at n Connor then interrowlcd Rmiilcr led is most dirrop meeiliH of council held last i Slll hiui n MUlHi utrble Chinch people complained uf puLrulmen Charles A MimaUi j lluImmlnratlon aiilhoritirs his acliviilcs and I notified the mayor Tiomls Butemui were brouKht U tloucester N J at which hear of At that time Rumlcr lmclor investiyalion bv the conmiti 1K hlfl w llial you Hirciucncd he would act Itien 1st Wlk wiu tLsUmonv ivoil anted to place her Ima bawdy house he working on Calley us an hv f0jmo ConMnbls D llarvev SVKCS i her earmnps undercover man Once Cniloy had to j llu mUl tms llv Uuner answered Yes she did tcs Slates began its Ions awaited pur utrblc Chinch people complained uf putrolmcn Charles A MimnUi j A report of Salvation Army nctlvi chase of foreign Bold with ih tic his acliviilcs and I notified the mayor n riomls Buteman wcr invited to step out of my courtm llt puiladelphia mentioned thill on one occasion iv tity to thai Mike Trcslrail told her If she would lcsllfy against mo Eligible to Bid on U S Purchases Y M R C Candidates Were the Speakers Fiance It made within the hist hours ASKS RKSTORATION OKCOM STANDARD iiivtivivfiitu LIIIIV VJcll W1I17 riivn T n iluiuor truck pussluc throuxh Hwarthi c wcu Id lake Rood rare or her fMltt r I 1 NFAV Nov UPA inure had biTii stopped by two patrol men who had permitted Ihe driver Ui proceed when heKavc each of the otllccrs n sack of nnd one ior he Chief Biroiijh olllcials say thev intend Court opened I his morning at 1013 Their was some trouble with the loud speakers In the court room Key es asked Rumler what he knew about hljacklnii and Ilumler defined it Tile next question asked Rumlcr wai what he knew about a mand that the administration WASHINGTON immediateXaelion toward the restoralo the matter more tlior c Space ooes noc permit All candidates of the party for local BOY IS INJURED equipment and to aid uucmploy MOTORIST IS HELD CHEoTIliK mobile code NEW R4TES Ho now has done two things to whcn iXAiuo believed he would not i protouncl faith in tl tennspnt espies of tne party and spoke can County Committee j Rlchaid Lvnch 10 of 2124 West bv Ur Ja lcln i Each member ex Nimh street suffered a head injury of Pu ic In incl faith in the pvinj nnd brtiLses venerdav afternoon p i s equivocally a aiui jLaiLiurt stfiHfion to the inpctinir of tlm 1 shortly after I oclock when he wns of a definite policy will make Ihe task CONCERN MnKistrnte Nodcn told me said HARPISBURG PH Nov 1UP1 H10 i i t i i 1 U lh 1 w fixed the case with fA i chamber also emphasized ils 1 i puiott inrl cncmtv nf teaSTii wen lxliof UuU of thc l Join Huma Sons Company of Ma s d U ns droppecL I never school teachers 111 umsyhania w it poltnnce lo business recovery that the his cily were amonthe i went lo court Koyes then asked him on cleailj iiiul bidders at Ilnrrisbunf today when about John Troffo nnd Rumler ac ininounce turn it win not i yix State highway and knowledLPd knowing him and said adopt an automatic commodity dollar cxmstruction proicciK with nu otic lime Troffo owned 100 sylvania Association of the general election street and at the Ensle street inter and in some instances the pay is a mf wn t n i im ii i K Reading Company to put info Labor Board said Fords position rates at Chester rggmci i0 lhc Ncw jclsy strike vvas a w in effect ntJvYil fipcllt recognition of the right of cation rules and similar to those now minglon Del Philadelphia and Cam collective bargaining cien The principal speaker of the eve voting Ly t nins MajorGencral William G of machine Lynch ran in the path year in arrears Price Jr retired commander 01 the he fender struck the boy knock Katioiial Guard and in him He was rerulcrcd tin survey macie by the department WHKN CARS CRASH HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Ij United Tress conscious Administrator Hugh S Johnson was ennsylvanw New York last night on private i candidate of the party for the office business but war expccced to agree I of Sheriff General Price was fircetcd with Wagners view It was vith an ovation and many paid spc both of 120 East Twentythird street stood Ford would be declared eligible to ruler bids of government automo bile purchases where the specifica i Hospital where he was given lions call for compliance with the C rKUolKA L ti menc for his injuries NRA shows Hint salaries amounting to I SJOOOOQO are in arrears he said and r j iir i approximately S750000 is needed in William headky ana A W Cooke Luzenu c5imtip inn H i crnr ijt C K a U 1111 C Cllt U U 1 H picked up the bov placed Cnntimiccl on Twenty lhpil cft nt look him lo tllc AT ARLINGTON nowxs ITo Arms lames Hoy Vvill Frince 3 Portcodme loiiie Tana Tranka Kjccilation Fly Monkey Shine Madelon leannf 51U fciwn Aiilaucler JudRn leudcrs Weather cloudy track sloppy AT riAIUCO As the Ford incident tapered off i into this anticlimax it was learned that much of the correspondence re Klein Ccivcd at the NRA advocated stern TTJTTrrP mi1 1 f WcSt and was Paced mi Ilihr L Ur ner arrest at the hospital by Patroli men Stewart and Pedrick and taken Canlnin George Fcnicv of the local Io police headquarters He entered THE FARM STRIKE Continued nn Twenty DES MOINES In Nov trt tcive Irireiu and his qfd early lnc sllln of before Mapis The farm strike amazing midwestern ims Ynormrrg frusrated the shipment tmte Michael J Honnn for his ap revolt POLICE TO MAKE o more than 1500 pounds of stolen i lead cable from a wharf at the fool of Booth street When the officers arrived at a point PTTFTICTTP itvvi A iVj near the wharf a man who was stand pQTjrj of depressionriciden farmers pearnnce at a hearing on November wpnt beyond control of its leaders ui occupants of Louvers car who were 10 jdiy spreading in scope am intcnsily were trealfld i favlor Hos vvith IJOinhliiRS clashes with police mial Latiscr for n severe laccr CORPSE OF MAN nnd Rcnrral disorder In Us wakr ot or a managed commodity dollar or strail Red mtiny Were tho bituminous surface on Stnte High raid accorriuiR to Rutnler and called way Route No n in hs city an nflucntial party in the Eighth vnrd This party snid he would call District Attorney MncCarter and havo Mlie raid called off Rumlcr told of Nlck Smith start iiiK to roll the barrels of moonshine around the plnce when Ihe phone i ranjr and after talkins to the party ho other end of the line Smith slopped nnd took a quart of wine ai a sample and left everythingelse Humler told of the number of WlIiMINGTON nel Nov 3IJr joints he owned in Chester iimnni Robert P llelchcr N Blue llciiven on Market street D C tltntist was iar Second denied ever owning found dead in ihe home of his FIIIa bawdy house in the city of Chester James An automobile driven by Latiser Huddcll avenue wood ani n car driven by Karl Beck VOTICS ITNKKAl CASH PARIS Nov The Chnm bcr of Doptillis today vced nn propriation of 300001 franc np lhc 12QO back vood ani n car ariven by iuri arcK for n tte r lpr Claries fi2i Chester pi e Pmspcct Park fn f u lc p pll Chester 1 collision at Chester pike vtime nrencr i treat oiSORDER MARKS Llncohl 1 p rtlVAlVCl lMJfn vvsihivjlllj on Ihe pike I DINTIST DIKS and I5c was maklma left turn inlo Lincoln avenue when iho crash oc curred John Wnrd 15 of 1ti White nve ntie Linwoixi ami Calhrrine Crans mi 15 of Summit street inlaw vestfrdnv of heart diicase ing near the lead made his escape Mayor William Ward Jr has issued I by runninc into a swamp orders to James H Deavenport suj The patrol wagon was called to the pcrintendent of police lo have patrolj scene and the stolen material was men stationed at the bridge which loaded aboard and removed to the alion and Miss Cranston for a Feeling ran high in four slates as rnished risht index finger The driv ers were uninjured Chief of Police strikers determined to paralyze jmovemenl of produce to market rr Wood of Prospect Park took midentified white man about iiuo rs nf ipp was fnnnri dead nhniit maiKEI cenicIS ACCIDKNTAL SHOOTING 58 Lincoln d at Tay late ycstcr t wounds of the lad was Swarth home warn with the lyim on tlic eapon was the lads ance before the Public Service Coin hen she tripped and fell been confirmed by the Stale Executive 1 last niiht w Coast Gilbert Klslon tkm to Taylor Hospital Hdey Park rains swept over thtr 5Wotan Merrily On ukc OVPl hpr duties within a few ton street In falling she struck her for trratmcnt home a Salic Slargic Ioti lack Con tiays Mrs Shinlon has served as head apninst a curb She was taken 1 T nor narkesl Hour Portam tt 3latc SecretaryTreasurer for several to the Chester Hospital in Ihe auto LJ i J I I I lilt HK MIlXllltH Nazairc Harncy Sexton Bonnie years officers were elected mobile of Samuel Burses of 714 West IJrVIll 1 O View i Kt the State Convention in Philadcli Third street and liven prompt T5oy Icservr Kicvctie j piiia a Oxv weeks ago Tabby Fonl Ican Iarty lay Lady OUllinm Kacliak IVcallier cloudy track fnsl ment for the injury NOT IN ORIGINAL BALCONY SCENE DRIVER OF TRUCK ISDISCUSSED AutO HitS Pole OvertUrnS HUH HinrTnto Mud in Stale Representative E I Tinicum Steal Truck Turner Gives Tiniey Hurls Driver Into Creek 3 trmsurv net balnnrc for November 2 was Misrellaneotis mturnnl revenue receipts that day were Ctistom receipts November 1 were Sl32rirH37 Vance Missing U S Unable to Serue Subpena William Ramsey former iniyor of lhis clly and coIUc In tclhnf about the stills ho operated in conjuncllon with Frank Cilibcrti Johnny CarnfTa and the brothers he said he nnd did all the cooking and chiseled on fhelr partners Rumler aid they sank about 100 cans of alcohol every week Attorney Connor asked Humler about the various addresses where he had lived in Chester and he gave or who has been before the June rand jury for the United Stales Federal Court Wednesday cNcusrd by Michael 1 Stoncy us lit United States district at torney this morning nt DcSock mbject tti recall is now iunkini for John Vance chief of police of lhis city who is now oil duty on a leave of absence A subpina was issued for Vance yesterday and civrn a deputy United Stisics marshal for service which was returned this morning with the notation noted thereon that Vance could not be local cd in this riiy Sloney has iiied for Law rence Connrr a former deputy United tiiars muhal is also teporifd mihif Klla Scot i divorced wife o Samuel Scott a former First ward fonjlahc and collector for the al Irijcjl ruin ring in the Second vvaid and a defcndani in the was taken before the United Stairs jiraiui jury ar 1105 oclock and was closrlcd wih Stoncy and his assistants at noon i htm as MIO West Third Colonnade Hole I Third street west of 3J1 Mary street and East Second He said all tiiese places were respectable places Humler told Connor that counly olTi 1 eials and deteelives stopped at TIM Mary Mrcct with their girl friends and danced nnd had general good nmci 011 many occasions Rumier was then turned over for cross examination and Connor started into his lifes history Thfi witness said he was born in Panama and came to this country in 1912 to Tinicum and Talk at Media An aged lady in New York left for stppovl of txvo doss Romeo and Juliet A crusty old bachelor gleefully undertook to care for the pets and the cash Later when Juliet contributed a litter of six squealing Capu lets the Surrogate ordered the old chap to raise them because Now you know the answer lo the question O Romeo Romeo where fore art thou Romeo But he sold them through a classified ad as successful as this from the Chester Times BOSTON tcnier nicely mnked Sire Knwriy Kid Mrs H 1 Wnrd SCO Dill St Upland Ph 3043 A ruck driver bound hand nnd Whiit to do about control foot by bandits was led to drown in after liir repeal of ih elghiOfnh a risiiii tideon rinicum township amcndirill is a toinplicatsd Tasty County Prison Menus Refute Sykes Charges Pot roist beef mashed potatoes prisoners watch he men oat and ravy bocts bread and coffer to assure yourself that h meal arc Tliis dinner was undoubtedly all right stay and have dinner with Continued nn Iase Seventeen CLOUDY PROnAULE RAIN Cloudy skies ave predicted today with vain this afternoon and tonight in KaMOii Pennsylvania New Jrrscy Maryland I will br coldr loht and cloudy and much colder probably with rain tomorrow The holiest temperature here yes terday was CB riefrccs rt p m and the was 52 at 7 a in The average of 50 was ciuhl degrees nbovs normal for ihe date and one dccrcn 1 above the averapc November 2 last i year Maximum temperature for iho iiaie is 77 established in 1920 and minimum 3 in 1873 Sunrise today wai rt n m and JUiuel will br at p nv Eait iirn Starclird Tiait Henry Schninitman 524 BooJiwyn under the wreckage in srcli a way road Boothwyn has reason to b that he was imrhle to move but for thankful that he is alive after hairraising experience early today j i when an automobile he was driving crashed into a telegraph overturned tinowing him into creek with the wrecked car on top j him I The accident occurred on Ihe diesi tcrBethel road at the bottoin Locust hill near Twin Oaks school1 and Bab and his sons urn ana Maiuii strcsi ann avciivie coimiuuu rniiior i id of a No 3 SchmeUman was driving tn Stanley with th aid of a liwvy rope this city hy a erian contnlnin four is rho that vi don t vanl o ar a i e p automobile owned by Louis H noyd managed to pull he wrecked car i men One of the a jo uiy ot each about two inch I about ivohibition The Weather WASHINGTON Nov Tlic vcatbrr Pcnn sylvaiii Cloudy nnd colder murli Saturday goiicrally fair Ncw Jrrscy rain tonight probably colder in south portion tonight rmlin Saturday mnrnin colder o nishl nun Ii colder Saturday Eastern rfiuisvlvania Kaiu ancT at u relay probably fair TODAYS of Randall avenue ttoolhwyn When from otl Schitnuins body ruui ordered Wolf to climb into the The ailing j f A hrprd bviti 1 itlia crr slruck pole PplinlcriiiR j The injured man wan taken in sroasi nnpn unu poticsn dinini hull it lo the top he machine overturnrd Chester Hospital was found Arohcr bandit took Wolfs place Thfrr great tlcol o be Kf In vis a x ol St Louis a the and fichmcitman was hurled into the j to be mUTcrlnB front hcrd oml in beliiiKl the wheel of the truck Both control of liquor by the wnlc con r Tl ICOtVP II IOOK arOUUCl UISPCCI Wiitcr of a small creek at that point lernal injuries as well as from shock The driver of the car was pinned and exposure Continued on rage Twenty jcomr in and look around Inspect Continued on Ppc Twenty I the kitchen Ulk to the cooks and1 nn Twenty 9 a 10 a n in R 111 a in m m Sfi II am 1 p m 2 p m U 62 56   

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