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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With All Latest and of the Day 58T11 17746 niilv lrnird Wire Rcnoits nf UilUrcl Ilcss UP ntul Iiilornniioiial Service INS CIIKSTER PA FRIDAY NOVKMHKU 10 T WKNTYnYO PACKS JMUG1C TWO JKNTS 200 REPORTED DEAD IN CUBA AFTER JEVOLT Havana Jails and Hospitals Jammed New Flare Feared Troops Put Down Uprising After Bombardment of At a res Fort HAVANA Nov Havana with its morgues hospitals and jails jammed emerged today from its fourth blood bath in four months and waited with tense nerves for signs of another revolutionary outbreak Americans were anxious Reports that rebels had threatened to sack American property were last night nurses smelling smoke found a small incendiary in the base ment of the BritishAmerican Hos pital Someone had attached a lighted fuse to two bottles of gasoline and sprinkled gasoline over the floor Until dawn today searchlights played eerily over the capitals roof lops seeking airplanes that might herald another revolt Troops guarded government buildings bar racks and police stations and pa trolled the streets watchfully ihe crack of rifle shot was heard oc cassionally in the streets j Unofficial estimates listed 200 dead ill yesterdays Atares Fortress fight j in which government troops sup f pressed thc latest abortive revolt j against President Ramon Grau San j Martin Hundreds of wounded were i in hospitals Appeals were cast for volunteers ior blood transj r fusions i At Emergency Hospital alone were j 37 dead and 132 wounded It was feared that an official check if made would prove the total casualties greater than now calculated i Between 700 and 1001 participants in the most recent revolt were added to political prisoners already over crowding jails ami fortresses in and around thc capital Of the emergency hospital dead four were women James OConnell V an American resident was seriously wounded Colonel Juan Bias Hernandez who Inings risked his life for years in Guerrilla SCRIBE TO SENATE JGSKPI1 C OMAIIONKY A lieuspa per reporter who rose from western obscurity to UK lilfle cabi net of President Koostvcll Joseph C OMahoney assistant postmaster general is to lie next United Stales Senator from Wyoming lie will suc ceed llic laic John B Kciuirick BAN ON LIQUOR RELAXED WET STATES TO BARSALOONDRYS HAVE PROBLEMS Those That Permit Hard Liquor to Keep Repeal From Discredit Arid Commonwealths May Repudiate Existing Laws Watch Hum Flow NEW YORK Nov 1333 by the United Press of the 19 states permitting the sale of hard liquor when repeal becomes effective December f are determined to save I the repail movement from discredit i and avoid a possible reversal by taking every precaution ayainst areturn of the old time saloon and the con tinued operation of boullcgym and gangsters a survey showed1 today The 18 dry states were not without problems born of repeal Several had potent movfinents underway to repeal f state dry laws which would make it i necessary for them toconsider regu lation Those states irrevocably dry were confronted with the problem of avoiding a deluge of liquor pouring i over their borders from ivct slates a task in which they will have the as sistance of the federal government The survey showed the country la boring on one of the greatest social problems since the intense temper ance drive that ended in enactment of the 18th amendment It was com plicated by important factors First the necessity of control over thc heavy liquor traffic Second forestalling return lo thr evils of the saloon era Third stamping out of wholesale F Dougherty Defendant Going To South America One defendant in the sensa ional county trial in Federal Jourt is optimistic of acquittal lie is James P Karon Dough erty uf Uidlcy Park who today iigiud contracts lor a six months ooxing tour of Argentina Urn iiay Chile and with yporjje Godfrey Negro heavy weight behomelh Jack McCoy ousin of Jack I3cmpsey and Pop acr Stopper Chester Negro the iiain bout of the tour to be bc weeu Godfrey anil Campolo in the jarden Club Buenos Aires dur ng the third week in December Dougherty raid today he expects 0 leave for South America in IIMI lays which means that he will lave to be formally acquitted when he prosecution ends Its side of he case in Philadelphia So con Idem is Dougherty that he for warded the signed contracts for he tour by air mail today REYES ATTACKSONE MAY HEAt NEW YORK POUCE POLITICAL BASIS FORCOUNTYTRIAL U S Agents to Re fute Defense Charge Vance Talked in liKil Covermnent Told of draft Payments and 01 her Data The KOVTiinieni tovces m the ulal from in 1Vdoral George A Welshs court Philadelphia who are fighting for a conviction again1i Stair Senator John J MeChnv and t co defendants lor an alliiioil conspiracy have moved up heir bin guns and sent the lirst xiho over that Is expected 10 break the liefiiisc tluil politics motivated llic trial Addiitoiuil government neises will called to amplify this lirst salvo it being stuttd yestiniav that Clut A Keycs special deputy US At torney General who is prosrrutlni thc case has subpeiiaed Amos W W Woodcock former National Prohibi tion Director to testify and tell in detail justhow the iuvcM iiuion into the alleged activiiirs of thi Hand of Brothers as the ring is now known Reports ot All Coworkerssinned Chief of Police John Viince ol Chester who has been for the past ten days npiwared HI I ho Federal building in Philadelphia his morning and was taken immediately to the ottice of Ihe U S District At torney before The WELFARE FUND NEAR HALFWAY MARK AT PRESENT Show Intensive Wor Needed ciMany Con Have Been MAJOK tiKNiutAL VISVAN Prominently mentioned for llic under thr rrfjiino of Valiiitliif nnil Major rnrra backed liy Sriifoury Fusion wiilespi cad inirrcst by bis scries of rulils on Demoiraln Ilubh peileil of pcrmllliiiK cnmlillitj General OHyan rtiiiiiiiaiiilnl Ilir Mon 1C T in Kraiuiduring tinWorld Nrw Yorks ruse from Ihe ranks Government to Lift Em tO Replenish Me racketeering S Fourth the gradual tiinpLiance Supply education of a country speakeasy con tribulions Held Back WASHINGTON Nov Fears of a liquor shortage after rei peal of prohibition on December 5j were allayed in part today by the first official indication of government policy on imports and manufacture H was given at the White House j scions 1 Eleven of thc 20 states already s on the Intensive work is ahead for the scores of Welfare Federation cam paign workers and their team cup tains if the S 100000 fund is to be completed upon the scheduled time H is expected he will appear the Grand Jury later government today placed 1 Harry lcibernum a U H invcstiga lor on the stand Leibernum said in 1DHO lie was I working in Washington and was I transferred lo the Philadelphia of fice and assigned to the Delaware county Investigation by the govern ment ancl Ihe first person he inter ANNUAL ROLL CALL CAMPAIGN Volunteer Workers of Red Cross Betin Membership Appeal Tomorrow TABULATION OF TUESDAYS VOTE IS PROGRESSING Much Interest Is Shown and Voters Anxiously Await Outcome Few Changes in Figures Noted in Returns of Sev eral Irerincls Checked lnlonse Inliresi Is being shown in the work of the tabulating board which yosteiday ntlernoon slirlrrt compillnii the olllclal vote cast in hist Tuesdays clrcllon Although unollicla returns show the election of Gemral William G Iricr Ir of this city as sherill and thc oilier six candidates for county jolllcvi on Ihe Republican ticket j Icatiiiri nt both panics admit that the jolticial tabulation may change the I risnlis j The lulks of thc members of the taljuiutini board commenced after ihcy hnd been iidmlnlsiircd thr oath by Harvey Smith deputy prothono who was ippotnied superinten dent of thc count by Judge Albert i Dm ton MacDacic who is generally jsupcrvishiK the work W Hnrlan Kitby wns named as assistant super I intiiulcnt j The board 01 at noon but i the liclual work of opening I ho re turn heels stiuted after the luncheon recess yostrrday nftrrnonn the vote of nine precincts was tabulated show ing total for Oeiicral Price for jshonir of HVJJ and 1048 for Nnllitm I icJc 1 I f p Pechln Democratic candidate for uisis M rnin tec is to Bctonr n iotis post of police iiiiiiinissiiinii el rioicllo lib u c lin OKVHM Captain Vnlrn rose from pot Ire ranks of Now Vork Imils tnr said to In muMcl Divi lw police I1 EXTRA SESSION Having pl sidered hy Assembly Meeting Monday General Homer A Cum Iestaurimls and clubs most after a conference with Presii should be permitted to sell Roosevelt and officials of the llciuor warrare against Machado troops was Agriculture Commerce and Treasury iJCW powerful alcoholic officially reported among those killed Dpartments Average control ooarcl hoped througn Cummings saidthe government was strict licensing and selling provisions prepared to lift its embargo immedi ately to permit the importation of perhaps 250000 gallons of medicinal liquor monthly The extent of the modification of the embargo however still is under consideration he said Hc announced licenses to distilleries Continued on rase Sixteen would be granted liberally but not until repeal is an accomplished fact Existing distilleries are permitted j capacity production Cummings said he doubted there i would be any changes in the tariff j Wet states show almost unanimous Women s Christian Association and preference for sales by package for j tiftcr thc various reports were home consumption Many favor checked it was found thai less than taverns where customers might pur S50000 had drinks to bc consumed at tables been subscribed The sum of S100000 is absolutely vita to the continuance of the excel in the Fourth ward who resided at 28 West Kighlh street I Reese to Lcibormati voluntarily appeared in thc govern ment office in Philadelphia one day and inquired for Leiberinan and was inloivlcwcd and pave a statement landinn record rs ol devotion of allevimini ladies ol this uiToimdinn communities will be lent community work of the twelve which Lcibenmm look from Rvw at Grim Atares Fortress on Havana harbor front by soldiers supporting his fellowrevolutionist President Grau A mangled body taken from j the fortress was identified tentatively as that of former Secretary of War Rcfaeie Iturralde one 01 the first big MA YOU ISSUES OIJDEIt al1 mem served in thoWorld War of duty to morrow Armisilce Day in order that they may participate in programs ar ranged for the celebration event WASHINGTON Nov 10 prosecutions 01 current Tlse COvernmeiH today raisec mane the statement on newly mined American Limitations of our budget prevent ot the a Nhocsale procedure GAUAGK RANSACKED so we are concentrating our drive against thc racketeer and the crimanls I differ affiliated units composing the Fed eration Thc officials however are optimistic that some contributions have been held in abeyance nncl the next day or so will show that Ches ter Is determined not to fall down on the job The workers have met with both optimism and pessimism in their rounds of the city However ninny Continued on Page Sixteen citizens have acknowledged the deep worth of the Federations work ancl no matter how small their contributions they have become it part of the civic service typified by this group of units V W C A Wnrk Here Thc Young Womens Christian As sociation of Chester has seen one of its busiest years since moving into thc new building in 1914 under the stress of wartimes A different kind of warfare has been on during i to rid New York City of its greatest prohibition era esti mated 30000 speakeasies honey combed throughout thc five boroughs The regulations were expected to have U S SETS PRICE i OF GOLD AT In that statement tho witness snid Reese ridmilleci that during and i 1930 while he was still an iildciinitn that he had tried about MX rases for liquor violations and that he had split the fines with the wo oon stables working out of his office These constables he named ns Wil liam Falls and D Harvey Sykes Reese is alleged to have told Lei bcrman in the statement that his records in the cases had either been lost strayed or stolen unil he was unable to tell of only two caries which noted in the statement with nn out of more than llfly ye ta the tfigantic task human sutlerhip SI7 and yin their task tomorrow ol canvnss iiiK for iiumbcrshlp in the Anuhnin Rd Thc campaign of tho Chister Chapter area which will be inaugurated on the anniversary of be cosat ion of hostilities of the World War will be concluded on Thankstjiv inn Day A definite uoal for thedrive workers i i luis not bion set because in measure i meiit of the financial value of thc j l service rendered in past years It has I 1 been most apparent that the work done far outweighed the response given by the people to Hie roll call 1 Every worker will merely mckc an i effort tobring In 1IAKIUSBUI5G Nov Cioveiiior Gillonl PlnchoL formally called Ihe Peimsylvnnlti Genera As boroiiRh for Price and fl prfcincls of Aston 4IG for Price and scmbiy into extraordinary session to day to consider clsliilUm on 13 sitb liovoinor instructed Ihe Gin eral AsKimbly to convene ri nooiuiiiy Montiay The lawmakers were isked to con sider aiHlhodK ol controlllm and mx inj heard lltuior when it become IPRH nn December Unless lulequalo laws LIIO enacted befoiv that date liquor will Slow lax free and unrestrained i lliroiiKhoui i hi conimonwoiiUh Other points includotl in Ihe call were recovery KKislution to enable Ihe Mute and municipalities lo partici pate in recovery programs bfiny spon by tedciiil luithonties old asc ponsions workmens compensiilion favor of Pechln Two precincts in Aldan showed iM votes for Pichln Five tiiwnshli showed for Pcchiii nncl Birmingham township 10J fur Piice and t7 for Pcchin The ulllcinl returns revealed 0110 error in tin unollicial tabulation printed in Chester Times when the llethol township vote was Kivon as W for Price and 5H or Pechin The correcLlon iulds 20 votes lo Prices unmd total makins Jit 41M1 and iiclds lo the Pcchiii i total making it 11537 The net re suit is striking il from the Prico miijorlty ot 170 reducing it to itM according to this newspapers labula 1 tlun j Late yesterday Drmocrntic hcad I qunrtcrs in Media claimed that a checkup of thelrURiues showed Pccliin i a winner by a ninrgin ol votes Thc nepublicnn candidates are UP its price gold to t he uyiipstreturn at thc close of each day of ilie roll Tne maRJstrate according to Liibcri call knowing that for every memlxr man admitted signing blind warrants 3hii turned in It will Ixj possible lo which he favc to Sykes and Recse do just a bit more for the hundreds said he had thc fullest confidence in needy and distrrssfd persons who I and insurance milk i being representedin thc oMlcial tabu I regulation public service nxles modi1 latiou by Attorney Albert J WIlHoms Jlcaliiin of the bankmn laws locivl i luxation permanent rcuislratkni rc lief or tnxpixycrs cducntional lin Ciirillniicil on InRi Sixlecn B A R ffON Continued on Page Twentyone S3320 an ounce from the 53315 level of yesterday The price was an over night advance of 5 cents an ounce Todays Washington price was If cents under the world price set in London todav Sykes or otherwise he would not have given the warrants lo him Following this inerviw with Continued on Papi The London price today was 129 noer Sometime during the night thieves TTmvTYiri broke into a garage at the rear of the i J WIliNhbb I M U i shillings 8 pence off shilling 3 home of Edna Buttenvorth 1003 West j On thc basis of the early Seventh street and rartsacked the j JJliiLyA toUl i fjoi high exchange rate for thr pound place Whether of valttc j 155151 this was equivalent to 3339 Several hundred followers of the n ounce Pennsylvania Military College foot jball team will make the trip to lantic taken could not be determined until the owner of a car returns home from a visit outside the city from the strain of insecurity and actual need The work of the Y C A is built nationally and internationally along certain lines according to ago and occupation in City tomorrow afternoon for the annual game with Delaware Uni The American steamship Santos versity to be played in the spacious Cecelia Captain W F Baker cleared i Convention Hall tomorrow night through the customs house today The local rooters will leave this from ths South Chester terminal and city in a special train from the warehouse with a general cargofor Sixth street station of the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company at p in Many will make the journey in their own cars but more than 300 reservations have been made with thc railroad authorities The game between the Cadets and heir old rivals is expected to be sen sational in itself and will be addi tionally colorful because of the fact that it is part of 1 mammoth Armis tice Day celebration being staged by the Morris Guards of New Jersey CLEARS WITH CAIlGO the West Coast via Baltimore The j ship entered this port from Philadeij phia FORM RET AIL TRADE COUNCIL Continued on Page Twentyone READING GETS LOANS i ATTA i xrm i o AND GRANT FROM LlS HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Hy United Press Merchants Name Under NRA Plan Will Serve as Arbitrators flrmin i been alloteri to 37 AT FIMLICO The affair will be attended by the Governors of New Jersey and Dela as well as many dignitaries from Spirit Top High My Kind Brown Slipper Dornnch Bright Day 8gtonc Martin Just Fun Prinrc Abbot Weather clear track fast AT 1ATONIA Last years game found Mayor William Ward Jr of this city in the j hc The establishment of a retail trade council in this city was decided upon yesterday at the luncheonmeeting of the Merchants Division of the Delaware County Chamber of Com merce held at tho Chester Club 511 Welsh street Committees will lie appointed to represent each branch of ihe retail trade in this city and from each committee a representative will be named to represent each branch WASHINGTON Nov Public works administrator Ickes an ioday that had nonfederal proj i ects in 18 states i Today list which includes water j works bridges sewers power plants schoois dams buildings roads and i libraries was expected to provide 97 i 455 man months of direct employ mem I Fourteen of the projects received company of thc Mayor of Atlantic City and the two goven Ward has been asked to years game but has not intention as yet There will be a demonstration by thc Morris Guards and thc P M C cadet corps before the game and be tween the halves the cadet calvery will give a demonstrationof trick and fancy riding the lraclc dlltv th colmcil thc councii vill nct of bc as labor and materials 21 were of so per cent plus loans required to complete the construction and two were loans to private corporations The allotments included Reading Pa loan and grant Water works CHESTER STREETS TO BE REPAVEh Work is expected to be started soon on the S25UOO paving operation on West Ninth street by John Hanna and Sons of this city who yesterday were notified formally of thc accept ance of their bid by the state Thc operation includes the repaying of the highway between Edgmont ave nue and West Ninth street bridge over Chester river As soon as sewer and other connections are made thc paving work will start j Thc Stale Highway Department also announced today vhc letting of the contrict for the piving of 11 of a mile of concrete roadway on Rout 180 Ninth street between Morton avenue and Edgmont avenue to Dal tpn Brothers Inc of Paoli at their bid of S3780775 I Thc same concern was awarded ihf contract for thc paving with concrete base bituminous surface 109 imKs of roadway of Second street wm wardly from Second Street Bridge cicsignated at Highway Route No oiJ The firms bid was look to Ihe Heel Cross each year aid flip total value of the good work of every description which was done lust year in I bc Chester arcs of the Hod Cross both in services and furnish ing of coin mod Hies amounted to SSii a figure which even surpasses in total ninount thy SfiGOll2ia set as Coulinunl nn Eage Twentyone CAL MERCHANTS SON IS KIDNAPED Santa Clara University Graduate Held for Ransom iinces truck legislation and cnubiintH TS to HANS COURT LICENSES icmblc iitvre lor the oponiny of the i Monday noon The governor will deliver his nd dress at a joint session of both sides iit 3 m In Ills proclamation the Governor asked l ho legislators to considei1 illation and taxation of liquor in cluding the establishment of State stores for life sale not for coniiimp tion on ihe premises He also recommended receipts of j KnvvooU j Turner member of tha State stores be used for uncmployj Stale spoke en the an inent relief old ugc iisHislancc imcin swcrs hc had received to ployment At a meeting of the Delaware i County Bar Association held last i night at the court house at Media a resolution WHS adopted by the or iiini7nl ion in which it went on rcc fi or A as bcinif not in favor of imposing ithe duty of grnnUng and revoking Mltiuor licenses upon thc courts The irsolution svas adopted after a lengthy GTKI TS TIIKKATKNKI M Lartykin Volwond Grimare Margie Ioii Billies Or pban ISlitiic Ovcrsliady Batipobar GSOTRC PITMAN N Lulu Kay Mr Boss Maitha Neighbour liiyearold daugh to the Iratlc hours and the wage scale Under the conditions which he re tail council will work provisions have bfltn made for reference of all dis pulcs and complaints which it is un able to solve to bc referred to the OBSERVANCE OF i OPPOSE INCREASE ARMISTICE DAY IN ASSESSMENTS SAN lOSfC Cal Nov Brookc Hart L2 Santa Clara Uni versity pnuiuatc and son of a prom inent Sun Jose merchant was held by kidnapers today for ran som The nuisom demand was tcle i plumed from San Francisco to tho home of Alex Hnrt tho youths father H was Harts first intimation that his son who had failed to keep nn appointment with him late yester day had been kidnaped We have your son and want flM lor him Dont fjet in touch with police nr you will never see your son train the message said according to prjlic insurance Hi urged that money derived from a lax to bc used for assisting finan cially handicapped school districts erection or improvement of state buildings or otlur public works un employment relief restoration of work formerly done by various slrte departments payment of the salary of the judge of JuvenileCourt of Al legheny county mobilization of the en I ire Pennsylvania Guard at In dinntown Gnp in ancl payment of bills of the General Assembly FIRR MARSHALS T f HrP Utl I Continued on Sixteen 2Floriiln May Garb Joe Kite Heiress Eisni Rally Round n Plavfnl Manilla Sbolrur Sound Chagrin Solid American Lady Kvolyn Minnie lust Vmbrr CavuKa Cifl ler of the Rev Charles E Neighbour and Mrs Neighbour has been threat ened unless her father pays SIOOO according to word received here today i from Baltimore where Rev Neighj hour is conducting an evangelistic campaign I U S TKEASTJRV BALANCE Drram Srxlon lack Ilienrr Judge WASHINGTON Nov UP IJirrnzo CaUirrinc Fox Iady Oldj The Treasury net balance for Nov 8 liam Po r t m e s s I was Miscellaneous Prnccss Ocla AT ARLINGTON DOWNS Tnrk S Tbnr Hronkliailaii Mcany Wrathrr rlrar track fal internal revenue receipts that day were Customs receipts for the month through Nov 8 were Cold Wave Expected In This Area Today A cold wave is due to sweep throughout the cast today her alding the approach of real winter Lower temperatures were ex pected as far south as central Georgia Temperatures ranging from the 20s in Ihe higher portions of Maine New Hampshire Vermont and New York to about 30 degrees at thc nations capital are fore cast Lost His Pet Dog Tirnes Ad Found It The pulling power of a Lost and Found ad in the Times was recently demonstrated most for cibly to the satisfaction of James B Kcrlin 218 West Ninth street Mr Kcrlin lost a black and white beagle pup which he highly prized He inserted an advertise ment in this paper for one day and ns a result thc finder of his pet promptly returned thc animal to its rightful owner New N Y Liquor Rules Prohibit Saloon and Bar NKW YORK Nov rcgu taurants clubs vessels or railroad Intions under which liquor and wine cars may bc sold in this State when re No distiller wholesaler or retailer peal nf the Eighteenth Amendment is permitted to sell liquor or wine goes into effect were made public j In any container except sealed glass loclay by Edward P Mulrooney bottles containing quantities not to Plans Complete Pa rades and Dedication of Memorials Tomorrow An Armistice Day celebration which gives promises of being out of thc largest ever held in this city was outlined last evening by members of Ihe Combined Veterans Patriotic and Civic League Committee who met for thrir finil session in thc Sergeant i Alfred Stevenson Post honciquarlers I on Wcs Seventh street near Bari clay street There win be a parade in connec tion with the inivpiHng of a war mortal in the Immaculate Heart i cemetery Linwooc which will lake place in Ihc morning and another in connection with the nveiling of a war memorial at Thirietntli street Provident1 avenue and Upland street The morning parade will form at oclock at Fourth and Wilson streets in the West End Thc route i of march will be Rest on Third si reel i to Clayton street and from ihrrp to the Post road and then to Trainer to Marcus Hook and out Tenth street lo Lin wood and to thc Immaculate Heart cemetery The afiorncon parade will form at p m at Third uid Morris Property Owners in Pros peel Park and Ridley Township Plan Protest Angry citizens of Prospect Park ancl Ridley Tovnship last nigh as sembled in the home of Harry J con well at 70S Thirteenth avenue Pros pect Park and formed the Prospect Park Taxpayers Leagur They un determined lo resist increases in the assessed valuation of properties in the borough and in the township Tho group of which Mr Conwoll was chairman will hold n massmeeiiiiff Tuesday night in the Propeci Park Fire Hall to drvif ways and means lo combiting tin increased valuations Virtually every properly holder ti thf ancl township was servi d with lioiici on Wednesday that i property had been assessed at from i S400 10 SIOOO higher than the valua tion nicde three years War ii Smith of Prcsprct Pivk had tvo properties boosted from valuatinu of to he nouncrcl j Both Ioinmunitics were inditnm nl the ir ivases which couplrd wlih tlir si rate of tax permitted tli ind township means srb icrcnscs in payments fnv warning The call Hart was Rardiiii tin railed the police traced lo a San The youths early today northwest of San Jose rn a country road Tile headlights veie Inirninir there was no siyn of i slruyglc at the spot police re ported Federal county and state olicers joined local authorities in the hunt LOS ANGELES Nov CVnrKC Gleixner a bootlegger and wife were kidnaped by three men after a sun battle at Trona rnKil desert town in San Bernardino A dinner of tiro marshals of Ihc county and officers of the Delaware County Firemens Association will be held at the Ciiister Club rill Welsh street at 7 oclock this evening It will be followed at II oclock by a meet of the maifhiils with W F fire marshal of the stito Ihe speaker THKKr CAUS IN CRASH tlonnaires which hc sent out to rep resentative constituents recently with regard to the best wny lo handle thc liquor problem following thc repeal of prohibition The association adopted a fee bill which sots uniform rates for various ciiisses of legal services William Tay lor president of the association was in charge of tho meeting F A COLDER WKATIKR FORECAST Fair and colder is the prediction today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Fair weather is predicted for tomorrow also but with rising temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was degrees at 8 p m and the lowest 33 at 5 a in Tlin average of 3 was nine degrees below i nurinal lor the date and eleven rio qrees below thc average November 9 lost year Maximum temperature for the date is 74 established in 1805 anil minimum 20 in I88fi Sunrise today was at a m m COUNTY MOTORIST HELD UP STATE Three automobiles were slightly damaged last night in a triple crash on Sproul street near Sixth IT accident occurred when a machine being driven north on the highway by Ui Jr of Wrst Third street collided with another car owned by Robert Mali hews of LANCASTER Nov Booihwyn and caused it to crash into eph Hcndricks C5 a farm hand was another parked car which was stand1 killed when struck by an automobile ing along the curb in the rear of the as hc alighted from a street car on iiuuhine owner by Matthews J the Lincoln Highway near here Tho driver of the machine according to 1 police was C H KiJe a resident ol i Delaware county According to wu MhOICAL Contimietl nn Iagp Sixteen rAiiooN iiiGHT HAITFI CHICAGO Nov ihat refused o subside at dawn o ciay caused Lieutenant Commando T G W Settlr to postpone Ills lr i ctcd balloon flight into Ihe stiatu tiphcre until curly tomorrow Dr Charles C Habliston associate professor of medicine at the Uni versity of Maryland addressed the members of thc Dataware County Modlrnl Society at meetini held lit night at the Chester Hospital His topic Kespiratory Troubles More than 50 members of the society were in attendance Dr H C Dona hoo of this city presided at the meet ins Dollar Depreciation Plan nesses two other machines passed over Hondricki body nftcr he wia struck One oC them failed lo stop wiviTK Patrolmen of this city will soon make their on lllc sirens attired in their I John E McGovcrn a local merchant i to whom thc contract for this prn of policemens equipment i was giycji has his forcf nf employes I the men for their coats lo Contimifd on Fajcc Twentyone SKXTKNCKS borough stantlal next yen Tlic IK Delaware Seen Bringing Results Tllc Weather chairman of the State Alcoholic Bsvernse Control Hoard They will j be in iorcc until April 1 when laws passed by the next Legislature will superjctr them I The oldtype saloon nncl the sale of drinks over a bar rvc prohibited i Liquors or must served rt tables for consumption prem I ises only in bona firle holds res1 exceed one quart each Liquor for coiifuniplion on promises cannot be sold before 2 p in on Sunday and on other days not be fore B a m nor can it be sold after 3 a in No ristamnnt licensee may sell liquors or wines on crctill and no Continued on Page Sixteen i Philadelphia HARRISBURG Pa Nov i State Pardon Board an nounced today that three murders Iwo of whom arc serving life terms have been allowed commutations which makes hem eligible for parole They wore James Frarcr Dauphin county Anthony Spardutc Bradford county ami Henderson Hathaway valuations were KO by the County Assessors who were named tlv year under the terms of a new law placing assessments in the hands of a county board Rescntniist at he manner in which the notifkviion of Ihe increases was made was exposed at the meeting last nislit It was charged the asips ois waited untilth day after elec tion to aruounce the to avoid at thc Ajsoifiv ivl nvc nirtle every xhrrf years and ncv figureore sain i to bo higher than ever before WASHINGTON Nov Among Ihe factions that opposed Advocates of the Roosevelt Adminis the now gold policy lie dollars trillions new dollar depreciation i downhill skid caused growing con policy felt today that their plan had cern The posiblity of a retaliatory foroign sovernments begun to show results They pointed to a fall nf the dol lar to record low levels in terms of foreign currencies and to accom panying gains in stock and com modity markets There was no way of telling to what extent the rains were directly due to the governments effort ID liftprices by drprcintinf the dol Irr through purchases of gold at ihome and abroad action by foreign governments to keep this country fromgaming too much of a trade advantage through a cheap dollar was ciijctisbed A slump in government bonds also was noted witn anxiety in ome treasury I circles Seven federal issuos now an below par When the sovrrnnient innucuratcd its gold buying program on Oeobrr j Continued on Page Sixteen i WASHINGTON Nov Irnnsylvxnia lnir tonishl ancl Saturtlay colder ivitli rising tcniprr ntinc Snturdny Western rciiiisyrvaiita Kair anrt ionliniicl iold tnnigbt Saturday rloudy with risin tempcradirr Tish rsin or snow Saturday mjrhl and possible in west portion in afternoon i TODAYS TKAIPERATURKS fi a m 7 1 in U n m ft a m 10 a m 40 11 n m 42 Noon I p m 50 2 p m 50 4 t   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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