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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WARNINGDANGEROUS FINAL EDITION With All Latest and of the Day 58TII 17744 Dallv Lcttsrd Wire Ilcports of United Press UP ami JnUnrulonnl Service I1NH CHKSTLIK PA WEDNUSDAY NOVKMHKR 8 E1CHTEKN PACKS PKICB TWO CENTS GENERAL PRICE WINS SHRIEVALTY BY 437 MAJORITY Revision of Latest Returns From All Precincts in County Including Chester Gives Repub lican Standard Bearer Total of Opponent Polled G O P Candidates Winners Statements Made This Morning by Chairmen of Republican and Democratic County Committees Reserved Both Implying That Official Count May Be Necessary to Deter mine Winner On the face of unofficial returns MajorGeneral William G Price Jr of Chester Is the next sheriff of Del aware county j Complete returns from the city and county give Price 41912 votes and Naj than P Pechin of Wayne his cratic opponent 41475 Price winning I by a margin of 437 votes I The county outside of Chester re turned Pechin a majority of 893 but a majority of 1330 in Chester offset this The election was the closest in the memory of any voter andit is ex PA AMENDMENTS GET LARGE VOTE WINNER BY CLOSE MARGIN RETURNED TO CITY COUNCIL Fourth Sixth Eighth Ninth and i Major General William G Price Jr nf Chester who mi lite face his opponent was 1EPUBLICAN CANDIDATES ARE VICTORS IN CITY Contest Helwcon Major Party Followers Closest in Many Years Shrievalty Council School Hoard Fijrhis Elicited the Greatest Interest Republican candidates for rity and county offices were returned victors at the polls here yesterday but by tlu closest of margins i he contest be followers of the major polilica parties lirin one of the mustclose funiht recorded in Chester in manj years For moiitlis Ihe Democrals had been building up an organiyationjUie voters yrslenhty drfraUiiK tluir DommraHr rivals John 1 Slilscr uii and that progress had been made j Julia IdtcUley r lit the city ballot in jf was demonstrated yesterday From I the time the poll opened at 1 oclock yesterday morning until they cloned at 1 oclock last evening the great est activity was displayed by the workers Despite this activity not the least disorder was reported at any polUnf place during Uiu voting hours That tin voting was close is illus trated by the following facts General Price Republican candi date for sheriff canled the Third t lintli Waller II Craijr am rgi J lliindT Kciiulliaiis were nreledcd REPEAL OF DRY LAW COMPLETE DEMOCRATS WIN IN THE TOWNSHIP OFUPPERDARBY Make Clean Sweep of All County and Municipal Offices Close Fights Results Recorded in Other Sections of County Show Democrat Gains DEMOCRATS WIN IN PHILADELPHIA iVARESHOI Extremely keen interest wits shown at he various polls throughout thf county yesterday as Democratic Candidatcs lore through Republican opposition in an effort to gain a lend on their opponents in the rnco for lo cal offices For iIn flrsl time in several de cades Upper Darby township over threw Republican rule with a clean sweep casting majorities for the Democratic candidates for county of llces What was acclaimed the most astounding upset was the defeat of John J Haling Republican nominee for magistrate by Samuel II laslcy over 400 ISO O 1 0 V 1 tl 1 11 Jf I Or i Of complete returns from the oily and county was elected sltcrifT yesterday Bond Issue Leads lisfc Ends After necessary to actually determine the winner However the figures of the Chester Times were secured from the election boards and have been care fully recheckcd C Edwin Hunter chairman of the Republican County Committee early HARRISBURG Pa Nov I by Amendment No 8 which i held a lead of more than three to one three Constitutional Amend menls authorizing the Pennsylvania General Assembly to issue amounting to S85000000 towards adoption today A fourth amendment permitting counties to increase their borrowing Vote Ends Years of Ex Undergoes Political Revo perimcntal Prohibition in America this afternoon indicated General runninjj short of apprSvJ Price was the winner for the sheriffs I uvu post with the remainder of the ticket running about 100 votes ahead with the exception of Malachi Paneoast who was elected prothonotary Pan coast in round figures was about 400 votes ahead of General Price Town after town returned Denio cratic majorities and the usual margin of many thousands of votes for the standard bearers faded of passage providing for assessments for highway improvements Reports from 2766 out of the states precincts gave 589430 votes for and 151105 votes against Amendment No 8 authorizing the issuance of S25 000000 for relief and aid to state hospitals and college The vote on 13 Years of Experiment in Three States Yesterday Sealed Its as Sincere Attempt to Deal With Liquor Problem It Brought Capone Scoff law Speakeasies and Bathtub Gin onel Fifth Seventh and Eleventh It was the majorities accorded General Price in what are recognized as regular organization wards that j CuroIilUlS R C 111 11 i II gave him a total majority of votes as follows Third ward 589 Fourth ward 177 Sixth 22 Eighth ward 140 Ninth ward G44 ami Tenth ward 2G4 Majorities recorded by Mr Pechin theDemocratic candidate were First i Dry Kentuckys Vote to lie Counted Today li by the United Press Repeal of the llttli Amendment on rape Thirteen j11 conclusion of 13 years of pro jhibilion in America were accom plished facts today despite unex pected dtfuat of UK repeal cause in North and South Carolina Iiilion in Yesterdays Mu nicipal Election GO P Dynasty Head That Has Ruled Fifty Years Seen in Exile Ily lYTii C WILSON Amendment No 4 authorizing the tioii since the foundation of the rr issuance or S500oooo0 in bonds for a public had been written into Amcr time when the killing of a 17yenr old rum runner by dry agents was WASHINGTON applauded in Congress jjie started as a sincere attempt to deal with the liquor probt lem An entire people sought I legis The end of an era of national hibition most controversial legisla FELLS JURY SHE WAS FORCED TO LIE ON RUMLER The 34th Hath and Philadelphia underwent a political revolution in yesterdays municipal election the entire Republican llcket j going down to defeat before 11 Dem ocratic onilaurht aided in some I imiHMiiv by the preempled Town 5 Meeting Party states In the major contests of the cloy late on their most comprehensive so One ornthf biggest surprises was and can hlstory ihn social nnpr Dnrhv fmvnshin Consressi The experiment noble In motive i concept changed There was an honest F i i P5nnUtmS inej lasted 13 years 9 months and 2t attempt to enforce the law there was of toll bridges faced a stub days A policy which divided the na a period of physical nullification lion into camps wet and dry has organized and unorganized groups edged Republican leader of the irict was stunned this morning when faced a stub D he scrnned the returns which showed re been vetoed by the nation A culture and finally there was a period of the Democrats for the first time IV lavorable and 114344 that gave rise to gang syndicates and popular nullification climaxed by emerging the winner by a majority of votes racketeering lias been discarded A t iormal repeal which awaits only ths more than 800 votes J fK ialaed Amendment No 4 on j law1 which in extreme cases meted favorable vote of at least three of the six slates veil ing yesterday In the period of holiest enforce ment state and municipal police and federal agencies had the coopern loos b Wife Says Detectives Framed Charges rntlfying the 21st Rcpral AincnilS Davis Wilson Democratic and incnl were assured hy wet votes in Town MeetiitR nominee defnated Chester N Farr Jr Kopublican for Pennrvlvaniii and Ohio and Utah fK The keenest interest manifested hi tne DBSISOI returns from 2298 proi life for a pint has been ex1 o clncts unlavorable votes amon JYCCllUO V V3V i YT i J attended the election ThoujCncts yniavorable votes of telephone calls were received j while 7o756 persons voted1 Few o nvioctrr nffirp rinrine 1 lls approval sands at the Chester Times office during the night and this morning rivaling other problems in the history have so completely affected Competc returns from 3178 prcuio lives of aflits individuals Pro nd exceeding the inquiries associated cincts showed the vote on the hibitions demise marks the passin with a Presidential election jlutiona amendments as For 463032 Nathan P Pechin Democratic canj Amendment didate for Sheriff and leader of his One parlys ticket in Delaware county had jTwo hicli hopes of victory late this mornj Three 322021 ing The outlying rural districts are j Four437629 the only ones not heard from and I Five 328953 have great hopes from these critical i Six 275604 sections said Mr Pechin The vot Seven 345025 ing has been so close throughout the i Eight 532272 county that it is impossible to state I Nine 270416 just who is in the lead I believe as j Ten 265910 do the members of the Democratic Eleven 302862 of nn epoch Prohibition according Against j to its foes brought Al Capone scof 117304 fiavs speakeasies aho it outlaws 253917 the oldtime saloon it brought batn 143267 1 tub gin Izzy and Moo the dry 2053321 sleuths wholesale lavviolation it 201012 undoubtedly brought to hundreds of 1722841 thousands abstinence it brought Twelve County Commitee that the election will not be decided until official tabu lations have been made Democratic headquarters in Media gave Price a slight lead of about two hundred votes with twenty odd dis tricts still to make their returns Optimism reigned there as well as in the offices of Frank B Rhodes who has been the Democratic leader in this county for over forty years Mr Rhodes predicted a Pechin victory this morning The Democratic nominee for sheriff was in extreme good humor when reached at his Wayne home this morning He was enthusiastic over the remarkable vote given him and his nominees on the Demo cratic slate I wish to thank my coworkers First Ward and friends for the wonderful vote they gave to me and the rest of the county ticket said Mr Pechin I believe that the people of this county are ready for a change I made a personal canvas of every precinct in the county and everywhere I found a great deal of wideawake civic spirit among the Republicans and Demo crats alike I attribute much of this spirit to the wonderful work being done by President Roosevelt in Wash ington He is accomplishing much for the good of the common people and it is these people who are taking up the standard set by their great national leader and who are seeking a new deal in local politics as well as national 275407 120003 124293 212 212 191741 143863 188514 wire tapping jammed court calen dars rum row and the Five and Ten law It added a complete new vocabulary to American speech And the republic recalls with amazement that there once was a Sykes on Witness Stand in U S Probe Altschuler Testifies But the anlirepcalisls hud made a cily conroller sensational eleventh hour stand and j WillB Haiilcy former controller de thc dry triumphs in the Carolinas Tented Councilman Bernard Samuel broke a previously imlnterrruptcd Republican nominee tor city Uea swing of 33 states to the wet column Pennsylvania and Ohio approved Harry V Dougherty on the Dcm repeal by wide margins Utahs vote ocratieTovvn Meeting ticket outran closer Coroner Fred Siinvar Republican Kentuckys vote is beins counted toi for register of wills day under a law requiring I he count j Charles H Hersch namod to fil the day following the election Fore a vacancy lor coroner on the Demo Price jr of this city went down to defeat at Uiu bands of Nathan P Pechin Democrat in content for sheriffs ofllce Pechin received 9407 votes to Prices There wero strong indications today that this ofllce would be contested because at the close innjorlty Albert J Crawford of CHfkm Heights Democratic candidate for county controller defeated James T Stewart present Incumbent by a voto of 9310 lo 84SC James F Gallaghcr Democrat was elected to the office ot Prothonotary over Malachi S Pan oast by a vote of to 8581 Charles Mink clerk of courts wan created by his Democratic rival W O IngelfrHz the vote being 9273 lo 212 James V Gallagher Democrat lolled votes In Ihe light for jury omiillssloncr against i40B for Stan ey T Itlbberd of Media Republican jandidate Samuel Goodley Democratic can didate for an unexpired term as of the poor received n012 votci gainst Clifford H Peoples Republi canof this city who received A Negro womanwho sobbed con tinually during her time on the wit ness stand in U S District Court casts were for a wet victory cratic ticket defeated the veterai lion of the public although sonic of Philadelphia yesterday afternoon apparently became the the cooperation was under fear of created ihe daily sensation when she j Thus in less tniin a year Ihe bone the law Bootlessing was not respect related how county deltelivcs rv cause which nominated the na Utalls vote concluded a tremendous campaigner William F Campbell lie revolution in sentiment unprece publican for coroner dented in its scope mid brevity The The following complete return repeal amendment was submitted to I from the citys divisions show the slates liss than a year ago Last he majorities that Wilson and Had April 3 Michigan became the first j Icy rolled up over their Republicai state lo approve ratification Seven opponents Chester N Fnrr Jrline months and four day later Utah I Bernard Samiiit respectively able Speakeasies wore tirsniptable holes in the wall There was at first a social respect for the law prompted her and compelled her to j lln more than a decani was j Then as the national thirst be to Panama frame her divorced husband lose j Rumler so that he might be deported gan to CKprers itself there grew up a supply In New Yorks Lower East Side unkempt persons made gin in their bath tubs Ohio farmers dis tilled fearful concoctions of potato peelings Kentucky mountaineers speeded their production of moon Continued on Page Eleven CHESTER CITY VOTE City Council School Director 2 Q D U a 5 C3 O o 0 a No 8 Amend ment Ripral Vote Sunday Sports The woman was Mrs Dona Griffin of Ihe 500 block Highland avenue who was the ninetieth witness called in the trial of State Senator John J McClure and 74codefendants who have been on trial before Federal Judge George A Welsh since October 3 Yes The case the longest in court his tory locally has been a startling revelations and mast of the government witnesses called so far being former bootleggers still operators nun smugglers or peace officers who became entwined in the web of the alleged protection ring and later became convicts for their part played in the conspiracy lo violate the national prohibition laws Charles AltEChuler former Chester bootlegger who was called to the wii neis stand yesterday afternoon re eliminated as a national issue Wilson 270721 Fair 207231 Hadley 281022 Samuel 2040T3 Tht Democratic victory returnee Continued oil rape Fourteen BEG IN 7rABULATlbN OF VOTES TOMORROW robbed of ail but regional and local ihren sifting judges whose contiuuci significance Two years ago and tenure had been threatened became even a year ago export American of their failure to win Republican politicans had nictitated that pro hibition could not be repealed for another 10 years Not until the final moment did the dry cause find winning support The first 33 states were unanimously Continued on lufe Thirlecn WID R iGIN SEEN IN KENTUCKY nomination in the primaries The tabulation board will tomor row nt noon at Media begin labii lating the votes cast in yesterdays election under Ihc supervision of Judge Albert Dulton MacDade and J Harvey Smith chief supervisor Those appointed lo do the work are Mrs Walter Wood Chester Herman James Chester William Nichol Upper Darby M S Grabsr Drcxcl Hill James A Kane Brook line A S Wllgardc Prospect Park Helen F Spademan RutlcdRc Mrs Robert Gllflllan Swarthlnore Clar ence nomig Media Walter J Hcrrc Media Anne E Ryan Media Harlan Rigby Chester Sarah Mih shall Media George Eachus Media Martha Griswold Media Roger Patchell Media Mrs Charles P Cass Parkside Mrs Adelaide No Yes No I Yes Continiicil on Page Fourteen NORTH AM WINNER IN FIRST WARD In one of the most bitterly con ward lights ever recorded In lhis dty p j McmiBh Republican nominoe for the unlce of alderman COV1NGTON Ky Nov m tin First ward yesterday last lo returns from Kentuckys vote j Albert Northam who rim on Judge Albert S C Millar appointed Mlncltl Media Norman Moore High land Park Joseph F Murray Media Mrs II Wesley Roerer Wayne George C Sparks Manoa and Joseph C Mcgovvan Moylan The watchmen and guards np on national repeal indicated a wide wet margin Tn Newport although no official returns had been received early in dications were for a 10 to 1 majority for Ihn Twentyfirst Amendment Covington indicated a onesidedly suined his testimony this morning vote Altschuler told of his various con in Covlngton the first three pre ncclions with former bootleggers cinct showed 2S5 for repeal and 33 gamblers and payoff men during against LINDBERGHS TN GENEVA GENEVA Nov Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Lind bergh arrived here this afternoon after a flight from Rotterdam Hol land The Colonel brought his fast seaplane down to a perfect landing on the rmooth waters of Lake Le man Repeal in Effect With 36th States Ratification WASHINGTON Nov Prohibition will cease to bo a part of the Constitution of the United States at the moment early in De cember when the 36th state for mally in convention votes to ratify the repeal amendment This does not mean that boot leggers may no longer be pun ished Prosecution will be for violation of the Internal Revenue laws regarding taxation and the operation of illicit distilleries or the federal regulations regarding interstate movement of liquor A ruling of the Supreme Court early in the days of prohibition established the fact that constitu tional amendments become cfTcc at the moment of ratification and not at the moment ratifica tion is proclaimed by the secretary of state 1st Precinct 227 2nd Precinct 254 3rd Precinct 218 4th Precinct 64 5th Precinct 145 ccnnil 1st Precinct 229 2nd Precinct 13fj 3rd Precinct 500 4th Precinct 139 5th Precinct 125 hird 1st Precinct 27 2nd Precinct 337 127 3rd Precinct Fourth 1st 2nd Precinct Fifth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Sixth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 100 288 83 64 132 121 169 85 166 225 204 217 57 130 237 136 102 142 119 283 337 129 192 296 R5 50 127 114 170 81 146 223 231 238 101 178 157 153 17R 157 189 107 18 115 144 185 122 198 113 107 213 226 230 an 183 139 150 172 155 177 36 IS 108 132 174 114 170 111 99 Scveullt 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Eighth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4lh Precinct Ninth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct Tenth 1st Precinct 2nd Precinct Precinct Eleventh 1st Prcclnc 2nd Precinct 3rd Precinct 4h Precinct 5th Precinct 136 239 195 141 131 191 101 122 215 255 229 183 187 107 117 130 59 73 130 241 191 132 192 1D4 194 122 244 250 227 183 192 234 127 nn 127 137 54 R2 152 114 130 191 181 211 146 116 131 239 213 226 66 145 248 185 103 143 133 320 337 133 199 2D2 90 71 136 125 17 82 161 161 1ST 132 202 136 192 139 338 239 230 65 162 243 195 111 152 16S 38 338 129 200 302 89 69 137 127 168 82 164 133 241 192 141 158 115 132 28 94 230 165 91 122 80 13 336 127 158 267 73 60 100 S9 154 78 133 114 233 191 99 223 251 101 195 155 170 133 192 33 IB 100 140 115 171 106 103 150 116 135 239 266 242 116 192 147 150 169 14S 189 35 16 110 140 178 119 171 125 97 153 121 146 174 134 192 70 70 75 55 112 75 80 101 IPO 133 126 188 71 71 74 35 116 70 74 06 99 17S U6 192 191 ir3 1S7 121 247 254 229 183 193 23S 116 127 136 71 83 193 13S 120 r44 253 227 183 193 240 118 103 125 131 67 79 190 190 1SS 114 223 223 189 159 162 103 106 126 127 61 72 173 191 Wi 212 164 67 130 18G 70 66 7 56 WO 72 77 9C 100 179 120 184 175 I9 182 217 201 214 221 D2 161 134 150 155 157 134 34 16 105 120 176 112 98 94 147 119 127 155 191 180 200 210 221 165 77 163 93 173 100 137 156 329 78 98 53 19 70 43 51 32 34 66 17 366 324 336 286 234 261 210 350 356 106 163 95 59 91 115 39 31 the course of his dealings with the game His testimony 172 125 implicated quite a number of dcfcnd 177 among the most prominent being 163 106 Ef White Eighth Ward leader and 65 47 Chief Clerk in the General Assembly 160 83 nt Harrisburg William A McClurg Thomas McComb and John J Cohlll preemptod ticket he having lost both the Republican and Democratic nom inalinns at the primary election McHuph tho organisation nominee last by a scant margin of 15 voles His total was 6G2 against 677 votes cast for Northam incumbent who was appointed by Governor Pinchot to fill the unexpired term of the late Alderman P P Oglcsby The vote ns recorded is First precinct Dimion 108 McHugh 177 Northam 179 Second precinct Dunion 179 Mc U S PRICE TODAY OHO vjnun IOR iHiiBh 149 Northam 107 I Third precinct Dunion 161 VASHINGTON Nov i Hugh 201 Northam 109 pointed arc Otto A Katrobos Media Walter Elliott Norwood Shaipless Ma times Lima Richard Neal Glen Riddle Frank Hcacock Meeiin and Charles McGowan Snringfleld CLOUDY SLIGHTLY COLDER WEATHER Cloudy and slightly colder is tha prediction today in eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair tomorrow with rising temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was 49 degrees at 3 p m and the lowest was 40 nt 1201 a m The average of 44 was five degrees below normal for the date and twelve de grees below the average November 7 last year Maximum temperature for Ihe dale The government today raised its price 133 149 123 169 151 342 UC on newly mined American gold to Fourth precinct Dunion G7 Hugh iO Northam 7i 72 established and minimum 28 in 1884 Mc i Sunrise today was nt 63R a m Sand sunset will be at 451 p m ciist 50 i Freimuth a distiller who worked near 41 Third and Wilson streets In 1927 OS t said Altschuler I entered into nn i agreement with Freimuth to open up j a new still I put 51000 into the part i nership as my share giving it to j 11 Freimuth in order that he might open Uf yeslerdav The price was an over Hugh 105 Northam US nara n lu advance of 21 cents an ounce The total vote of the respective Dunion 114 Me standardjime TodaysWashington price was 49 candidates follows Northam 677 cents above the world price set in t MoHugh 662 and Dunion the Dem London today Continued on Pajc Ttitrlom 127 151 111 56 H3 114 82 113 120 191 113 143 ISO 67 133 1EG 69 64 75 54 121 131 80 96 100 181 120 193 160 05 132 186 77 101 73 57 110 65 94 101 172 118 186 67 nn no 104 231 27 134 20 101 23 63 127 51 84 40 51 44 125 20 27 26 22 B 39 48 39 24 66 21 12 31 306 427 196 2G4 193 192 293 204 240 211 367 303 235 301 285 40 67 13 11 42 26 11 63 aa S M 15 13 41 8 8 26 6 25 165 36 17 66 33 32 308 283 297 204 270 275 175 204 son 167 242 3 U 11 28 54 42 16 1 S 24 28 28 146 185 124 173 94 125 80 84 107 121 204 12f 103 132 130 185 142 224 71 124 129 RO 97 162 115 14 105 11G 58 62 29 47 52 i 38 29 17 64 70 52 13 11 in 1J 6 83 S3 21 Totals 7070 C995 5875 5581 7209 7019 5995 5711 5876 5430 4703 161911007 1740 548l 20H OurSideof the Question We are In receipt of a letter rom a friend and valued reader if the Times complaining that she is unable to get into the columns of this newspaper through the correspondent from her commu nity notices of card parties bakes ntfrtainmcnts and other events Ijrojccted to raise money for char ity The policy of the Times has been for years not to publish mul ing notices of events I hat arc piven to raise money for a church or some organization that is not dependent upon charity If thi newspaper accepted and pub lihMl all the advance notices of events Riven for gain it might as well clase its advertising columns and cease publication because it would be manifestly unfair to charge some for advertising and give others their advertising with out pay The Times does however open Us rending columns to the Red Cros Welfare Federation hos pital and other agencies that are doing a real charily work It should bo generally under stood that nearly all a newspapers revenue is from advertising and if it iocs not protect its advertis ing columns against free publicity it would cease to exist SUNDAY SPORTS WIN IN LARGE ocratic candidate 589 NEW YORKlLECTS LAGUARDIA BY CITIES OF STATE LARGE MAJORITY WELFARE CAMPAIGN MEETING TOMORROW A meeting of the workers of tha Welfare Federation campaign will be helH tomorrow afternoon at the Y W C A at 4 oclock At this time reports will be heard from every committee engaged in the solicitation of tha fund The officials are hope ful of a 100 per cent attendance of the captains and the workers UNPROVOKED ATTACK Sweeping Rejection of Blue Laws Permits Baseball Next Season Tammanv Humbled First wlilc ne stood talking to an quamtance yesterday m Bevan street Time 111 20 Years OV IrUiCharlesLloyd of Welsh street Negro was attacked by a man he only knows sum Candidates Many Rural Towns in Pa i Vote Sweeps Other Coali Givcs Close Vote Others j Retain Statute tion Candidates Into City Offices Sunday baseball became local in NEW YORK Nov as Preacher who inflicted e gash back of his right ear Lloyd was taken to the Chester Hospital where his injury was given treatment U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Nov The treasury net balance for Novem ber 6 was 5138858324462 Miscol lancoits internal revenue Pnilaclelphia Lancaster Eric Piuv civic rtvoution reaping llu whirldav Werc of James J Walkers seven ceipts for the month through Novcm ancient Blue Laws of i UIKl1 VMIS in cilv Hall today found G wcrc 1704 in yesterdays election i lnc Tammany Hall political machine But while a majority of the larger i shattered and a reform proup headed ities of the state voted approval of by Mayor Fiorello H Iaguardia in outdoor sports on Sunday afternoon a number of the rural communities decided to retain the Sunday laws enacted by the Quaker founders of Pennsylvania In Pennsylvania birthplace of the e Weatlier WASHINGTON Nov complete dominaiion of the next municipal administration Lnguardia fiery indcnpendcnt leader of a coalition of Republicans j Fair coldcr tonight Thursday and AntiTammany Democrats overj incrC3sins cloudiness with probably whelmed both Tammany s candidate Mi u in soutlKaRl and Ushl in Pennsylvania bivtnpiace ot trie wncmica oout iuniiiinnva VJUIUUHL jj hl in southcisl and lisrrit rain Blue Laws the vote stood at 5 to 1 i Mayor John P OBncn and a snow in wcsl and nnrtl portion in favor of Sunday sports while i ond major opponent Joseph VMcKoe jn aflcrnoon siigllti y warmer in Pittsburghers cast 20527 votes for the Recovery Party candidate and portion change and 3348 against any modifii leger of Postmaster General James i cation of Hie ancient statutes A Farley by a plurality of more than i In many ot the rural towns and 250000 i smaller communities the vote was j The complete considered a stiff i close Dubois rejected Sunday baseS sciback tor Parleys prestige M chief ball by a vote of 657 to while i political director of the adtninistra portio TODAYS TEMrKKATVRES Continued on Page Fourteen Continued on Thirteen fi am 7 a m B a m 9 a m 10 a m 42 U a m 42 Noon 42 l p m 42 2 p m 48 50 50   

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