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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FHALiDHQN it icf With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TII 17749 Dully Leased Wire RcDorU of United Press UP nnd International New Service INS CIllvSTIlK PA TIIKS11AY NOVKMBKK M PUJCK TWO CENTS ED DAVIS LINKS McCLURE WITH GRAFT RING HERE Relates Division of Wards in Protective Sys tem Names Leaders Gives Salary andTees for Star Witness for Govern of Doublecrossing on Graft Keyes to Close His Case Tomorrow or Thurs day With One Day Holiday to Defense May Conclude in One Week With Verdict Before End of the Month The dawn of the end of thc now famous conspiracy trial which began before JuusGcorgE A Welsh in Philadelphia en October 3 or seven weeks ago today to be exact now looms Shortly after the noon recess yes terday Judge Welsh announced that a scheduled night session had been called oft and that Mr Keycs govern ment prosecutor and John R K Scott of the defense counsel had asrccd to make all possible speed to wards thc end of the long drawnout case Mr Keycs declared he will rest his case tomorrow or on Thursday at the latest Evidence of Mr Keycs promise was seen when Edgar A Davis selfstyle investigator for State Senator Clure and also known among his as sociates as the rebel raider was called to the stand shortly before court adjourned for thc day Davis who has attended every session of the trial and is constantly soon in conference with government agents and government attorney immediately launched into the heart of things and said he was appointed official raider for thc organization after he became a private detective in 1Q25 At that time the organization was having trouble with McNeal and Mull i two detectives who are on trial with 73 other codefendants and John Luttrell suggested me to Mr McClure as the man to straighten things out McClure agreed to pay me S30 a wee and So for every raid and pay 1 all my expenses Davis testified Davis resumed this stand upon the opening of court this mornin and the first question asked Tjy Prosecu tor Keyes was Did you go back to McClures office after your raids with the State Police Yes I secured lists of places to knockoff in Chester city Marcus Hook Ridley and Tini cum townships When McChire handed me thc lists he said Knock Rainbow Liquor in Eighth Ward There was one place a speak easy in the Eighth ward where a thirsty individual could purchase any color whisky he desired to suit his taste according to testimony given by Ed Davis in Federal Court this morning He said that a Mrs Buonocorc who had a speakeasy on West Sec ond street was doing a big busi ness but was not paying protec tion On instructions of E F White the ward leader Davis said he raided the establishment and found the liquor camouflaged in varicolored soda or soft drink bottles You could get green liquor white liquor red ilquor blue liquor purple liquor and am ber liquor ho said and his state ment caused an outburst of laughter Later in his recital Davis de scribed a row of houses on West Sixth street in the Eighth ward as tho block of blazes presumably because of the number of distillerj fircs burning in the dwellings STAMPEDE FOR LIQUOR PERMITS IS ON IN NATIONS WETTEST STATE PINCHOT LIQUOR BILLS REPORTED OUT FAVORABLY House Judicially General Conunitlet Asks Unani mous Approval Minor Change Made in Only Other Actions of Special Session What Pinchots Liquor Control Measure Means IPINCHOT URUI ISTATE STORE IDEA iFOR RUM CONTROL and Relief Finances in llAUniSISLJHG Ill Mov H Pinchuts six liquor control bills were report eel out favor ably lotlny by tho House ludldary General Committee rtiul unanimous Liquor can bo sold for consumption j on the premises only by licensed i hotels vfsttmraivls dubs lining curs and boats and for consumption oil UllVcils MilllS Joi School the premises only by state stores The slate Mores will be operated by the Alcohol Penult Board Un limited purchases may be miiilo be tween U i m mid p in with ihe exception of Sunday legnl holidays ami Election Days Licensed places uuiy sell liquor or consumption on the premises between noon nud midnight with the excep tion of Sunday and icircllon Stale stores sell lo licenser places at wholesale prices mid lo ivll others it retail prices Importation of liquor iuUi the slate stores is prohibited by slate Any municipality nuiy hold nn f Ice Silent on Hotel Utjuor Sales in Address to Assembly Stepping briskly NOV before a General Assembly containing rmmy of his bit approval was asked on first rondliifi tion more often limn once In four years to rift ermine whether tho Alcohol Permit Hoard may grant Only one of tho six House Hill No 10 was amended In couunltlri H Is 11ic liquor control bill which would licenscs to liiv HMHIIM Jin HUH 11 i i i establish Mute stores and was Hiiro J1 L leresl political foes Governor Glt fortl Pine hot asked legislators ycstcr rtay afternoon to let politics go hoi els jhaiu fliui join him in giving Pciin jsylvanla a kaleidoscopic program of j of thr Judieiarv The minor change made by the was to reduce the mini manufactured tho SUUK follo provided in oi1 lllR Imported eul the into of 1 mum floor rpacc for restaurants per Riillon on distilled spirits promptly The bol politics fnr all of us to piny is in politics at all but simply do what Ihe people want done the covernor said Thorn is nothing you New nations wettest state by virtue of its S t o 1 vole aainst the Prohibition dolnc a rushing business in Issuing liquor licenses Mercs a Krn up uf raijrp applicants lining up for permits at New York Cilys I5cvrrao Control oiliccs i mitteti to sell liquor to customers from 130 011t5 on rectified j 1 C1U1 llml wil1 morc BUSINESSMAN WASTH OF DEATH Action Solves Mystery in Connection With Killing of Young Athlete U S RAISES PRICE RAOTHWVN WASHINGTON Nov day mixed Us price American gold at 53356 an ounce from the S334 level of yesterday The pric was an over AW1 AS HEART world KCl in Waiting at Church Door She Instituted Suit for Not Positive Car I The London price today wns 128 I shillings 7 pcnc off prncc from j yesterday On the basis of th early StrilCK high exchange rate for ihc pound Her r IcllKC Changed Sterling this was equivalent AI Object Recalls Bump to 53353 a nne ounce iMinc The dollar in cold was worth 0150 i MI i m i BrOOIliall j cents as compared with 15179 cents i and I OOK Inp West 1 yesterday i i 1000 triuare feel to 500 square feet Representative Morton Witlciu Philadelphia a member of the com mittee and a sponsor of one of Pin chots liquor lux bills mndf the fol lowing Ntiuemcnt when the hills WITC I reportefl from committee Tin general understanding of the prcaentKewun is that the work should be expedited as quickly possible I 150000 I iuirt W2 are reporting out House Kill j I No 10 in order that the work may i One i bill j I nanielj1 reducing the fqurro feet rc I quirimenls of restaurants from 1000 square feet lo sciuare feet The purpose in mind of the committee in j this action is to see that full con jMrlcrruion iRiven the interest of the i working man for enjoying the benefits which will come to him by repeal of JlftlPl1 uKm l tllls sc exclusively on their merits with thc wholly and spirits and 1 cent per unit of proof j per wine gallon 011 wines It is esti mated thai the floor tax will yield nt Icist 000 Liquor legislation must enacted License fees lor hotels restaurants December 5 he said lo pre aiul clubs will range from SlfiD in municipalities having a population of PECHIN IN VOTES CAST IN 51 PRECINCTS BO October Many Chest Activities Fain ilies Aid in The nivstcry surrounding the death of Daniel Bradley 21 of DOR North j Sixtythird street Philadelphia whose lifeless body was icund on thc trolley i tracks on West Chester piki Broom j up police believe in the surrender 1 yesterday of a known PhUadel phia man i i William Hyman Sr of 1512 Spruce j slrcst Philadeipia vho surrendered at Philadelphia Citv Hall yesterday Viffor afternoon was freed under S5000 bail at 6 oclock last night in Media I After qusstionmjj in Philadelphia Hyman was taken to Media by Ser gcant Goldstein avd Corporal Lipp nf Hitler ol rilllt1 Causes Extenson of Oiive i fied Branch vent an unrestrained uncontrolled loud of uiilaxed alcoholic beverages Iws than Ifidl lo SGOO In Kuyslonc State With this hn palitlcs having a population over unveiled hls plans on liquor control school and relief flnancejs banking and social legislation utilities milk highways and election laws Al though machinery for payment of a soldiers bonus was included In hia call the chief executive Ignored the subject entirely in his address He made a strong appeal for adop tion of his state store system but was silent on sales In hotelsand veslfiu rnnls Claiming lhat conferences with clrys wets and political leaders have rnHiltcd in Ironing out difTcr cnccs on all essential points Gover nor Pinchot observed U appears agreed that Ihc saloon must not come back that liquor must not be sold without restraint that private profit from liquor must be reduced to a minimum that nofor nonconsumption on tho premises must be in the hands of lha state that thc Judges must not ba dragged back into liquor politics that thc price of liquor must be low enough to discourage bootlegging by v were introduced ine tabulation of 51 prei inafclns it unprofitable lhat the prin W C McGregor Icincts by the board sitting at Media cipies of local option must be om Arniiironp introduced a bill barring Khowecl Nathan Pcchin Democratic bodied in thc liquor lew and that ck this morning the jury coimncrcia vehicles from the candidate for sheriff leading Major j liquor must be taxed heavily erouph its verdict awarding thc j highways On Sunday with thc ex Gcneril William G Price Jr his i to yield large revenue to the stalo ccplionof trucks carrying milk Republican rival by a majority j but not too heavily to cncouraga The bill provides V Tine og for i votes j bootlesgin violations The official compilation at the end Referring to the plan for issuance Yesterday Governor Pinchot in his of yesterdays work showed that message tolhe joint session advocated i General Price had f7GL votes and placing hmitsUians on eommcvclal pochin had 8073 Moat ot Pechins lijc the IRth Amendment and noi com pel him to KO to a highpriced res iMnnifMlf i taurnnt iuuniLiit Fmthr miy iKiCate lhat more nmrndmiii nviy Vc i ii the interest of the greatest num I ber j Left vauuuT at the church door th judiciary genera coin That is the claim of Ruth Gloria inittec was considering the adminis Casey 23yearold attractive blonde tration liquor bills in the Houre many t11 bills sponsored by individual members Tabulating by thc Board Yesterday Covers Four Upper Darby Wards Drects Booth ore returned young woman 5300 MiiT Casey was to have been mar Official Compilation Date lives Price and Pcchin 8973 Votes to Continued on The Board of Managers ofths Child Health C2nter met yesterday afternoon and received an extensive off nlacss Ed and be sure each report from the supervisor Miss An nia M Eryce concerning ths activi ticn of the Health Centers throughout the month of October Thc members present wrc 0112 is fined no less than S100 After that I went to Magistrate Cohills office and there I met Syncs and Tom Connolly SykcE know I was accompanied by his Philadelphia attorney Peter P Zion Arraigned formally before Magis rate Fred T Cocpsr rlynian was held without bail on a charge of manslaughlcr A lev1 ininuics iatcr j bail of SaOOO was set by Juries John of 63 Twin Oaks road Boothwyn de hours before csrc t llllllvlwlwiiT Viii ITUCMJll llitU OU t 1 Ul ITtUillJln i T T T KT ITT t m TT T mony was to take place that hewas for weekends and legal holl gains where in Upper Darbv districts i CLOUD 1 WEATHlilt Choose CoHoboration flnri lrrtk Ih nnlv wnv c Twelve was working for the organization and i William Ward Jr president of thc he told me ha had a transportation i board Mrs Charles R Long public job that night and wanted me to go ify manager of the board Mrs Wil alonc I agreed and later called I ham Ward 3d Mrs H Gordon Mc Johnny Bauer and told him Cancchy Mrs Elizabeth Price Mrs Sykes wrs going to do Bauer said Clifford H Peoples Mrs John J Bi careful about Svkcs He has been j McClure Mrs Frances Campbell and working for us for sometime and he Mrs E Barclay Powell is pretty slippery Among the outstanding features of However I met Sykes that high1 i the months activities vas thc prescn He pave me the license number of i tation of one hundred and twenty the car in question and I stationed garments to the Center from the Nee myMlf at Ninth and Broomall streets dlevork Guild This presentation Sykcs parking at Ninth street and was deeply appreciated by the Csntcr entation of out of tho difficulties He bearded 35 Alternative BonCOlirU bus headed for Cleveland and j points west while his fiancee Casey was putting thc finishing touches to her wedding preparations j states cooperation m the A few minute passed while she recovery program for her lover More minutes j clay extended thc olive branch to Gcrj passed and finally an hour and a Declares days i where according to thc unofficial coin Already the Senate has n calendar returns he received a large before it two biHs with administra tion backing having moved up for second rcadint PREDICTED TODAY Cloudy skies arc predicted today PARIS Nov to M Brooiiiall after habeas Rob by Hyman hnm Hotel Supply Company drys plebiscite confronts France with i told police and County t John E McDnnough attorney for They deal with th3 Judge Albert Dutton j with lighl rain this afternoon or to 1l1 i MacDadc prrridini at the tabulation niRhl in earirrii Pennsylvania Now for permission to have thc voters Jersey Dclaxvarc and Maryland It Onn of the bills would permit tlvM ists checked ajainst thc number of will be fair and colder tomorrow Thc highest temperature here ycs Dotrctives Charles T Smith and Kerry Hagcn kotter that he had at the Dells a Nevtovn Sqiinve voci Fred came back to his work in but en altcrnnive Minuter f Marcus Hook a few days later and Joseph PaulBcneour Chami Qld le manly thing of callmc and of t csplaininc to his former firncee that are two to handle our i ilc shccl understand as he talc to borrow from the Federal votcs on die return sheets to avoid i works administration to help finance cnorg number of votes rcgls terctay was C3 dcgrcci at 1215 p in tercel and the votes recorded This land the lowest was 40 at 1210 a in Continued na rase Twelve pclmjj0n vas grnnted i The average of 52 war six rlcgrcei Another hishlisht yesterday was above normal for thn date and thir lha barring of all attorneys from degrees above the avcrago with the tabulators inside November 13 last year Maximum HELD FOR COURT AX I mimi PU MPTr mineline with l IJiN LHAKUli hc bar JutigC MacDadr after one of the tabulators is said to have corn Central avenue trailed it and ws I caw the car and confiscated 25 or 30 pints of liquor and two cans of liquor The driver was Cour land Negvo politician of the KhHh ward and the board extended their sincere thanks for this good work The Civil War Veterans were also I Twelve temperature for tho date Pula5 of H23 Madiron street plained about an attorney annoyim i Id in the sum of CoOO bail for him stationed Chief Deputy Shsriff th Grand Jtirv by MagisLiTic Honan Hfimilton D Ewell near the bcncn sunset will be at 416 p m eastern this morning in i5olic court on the with instructious to keep out atj aandanl time Paul was held established in 1902 and minimum in 1811 Sunrise today was al i15 a m and At Cohiirs office we got telephone SMALL BOY STRUCK BY TROLLEY CAR he Rot home Hyrnpn said he clifcovrrrri tirt thn lisndlo of lis lhat side A bcsxsirineci case settled I called Baticr who told me to do anything to have thc case up Harvey Sykes said There is S700 in it and lha way Sykcr and mysel and SlOO went to Later I found out that 51200 had brsn paid for the fix but I dont know who got ins other S300 At this point Judge Welsh asked How did you know S1200 was John McGinty two and onehalf o olci of Fifteenth and Walnut car a Buic srrian After I rcacl in thc OIL PROFITS TOLD FINAL WELFARE SENATE PROBEKS REPORT FRIDAY charas oi possessing liquor I torncys unless the latter had a T Police raided his establishment on i formal motion to make to thc com j Jj 1 brvOuIALL Saturday November 4 on judge explained that watchers plaints ivreivod a thc Mayors office were allowed to watch for errors or which were forwarded to the police irregularities and are supposed to ro tn which nclchbois of Pukas com port them to thc attorneys rnprcscnt plaincd of iatbsicatEd persons enteri ins he respective parties THRILLS KIDDIES litter This city experienced its first real snowfall of the scaFon lodav side entrance to then explained the complauu to the lciUllon nakcs began fallirs court newspapers of i WT fixed1 vcrus olciof Fiflccnlh and Walnut BradlcVs dsrh I became very much 1 aurl Wir streets sufTered brush burns of thc worried drcrrcd Kymrn I j and Ig vll acc ycstcrdsy morning when he wrs saw my lawyer and to the sruck by a Philadelphia Rapid Trail office of District Attorney Charles F rit Companys car at thc internee Kcllcy I dont know whether I hit Uon of Fourteenth and Walnut j the boy or not but I decided it vvs streets The child is said to have i better to tell my story to ths police1 street and ran i Hyman said ha was partially 1112 leaving tlv Pukas hnme The place was raided on a search Yriterdnys talmlatin WHS cnnfinacl and seizure warrant A pint of liquor to Ihc fire I four wards in Uppm wns found in the kitchen of ths All Subscriptions gin Named in Six Million Totaled This to he Week Pukas home and two boxes of home brew beer in the cellar Deal WASHINGTON MOV is Goal T113 final of he Welfare about 7 oclock this morning and an hour later it was snowing heavily Youngsters on their way to school had isions of coastins and sledding an as school let out for the day nrc doomed to disappointment Twrvc Tnc beautiful1 at 10 oclock hart i shown no to lay ai tha flaken iiirlted as soon as they hit tha pavements WASHINGTON Nov Darby a total of seventeen precincts civinq Maior General Price JG72 v n vote and Pcrhin 302S vote Previous Cniitinrr S j if th v h t ILI ui LIIJ VCIIILIL nv and Davis replied Courtland Wright Q chester by John Clll told me Davis identified thc alleged ieadcrs and collectors of the rum protection rinz In Chestereleven wares his testimony involving most of the dej fcndams i Ho sttvted off with the First ward j nrminrr Sam Scott vho he said hn I first met in McClure office nttho time Scott complained to John Bauer j about Davis activities in connection j with the Providence Inn I told them it had cost hie eight UppOSCS AllY ing lis of H16 Walnut street and afteran being given treatment was discharged and sent to his home i He was taken blinded by ths lights of an approach trolley car and rIro thc lights of approaching automobile Evi KVI i iii J i FIS Karrv p Sinclair Arthur W Cuttcn Feaeration camppicn will be held on Friday next ati p m in the Youn i evicpnilv Womens Christian Association buildbuiins eueun on Pa Tvclvc Albst H Wigsin and a New York private bankers had papsr profit of SG3o5250 on a syndi WS Seventh and Sproul streets cats cical in Sinclair coiiKolidaud oil this time a definite report last night broke Into the store owned by M Stillance 500 Second street by brcakinc the timvOT in th front door and stole a The treasury net balance for Nov II CON IKAKl KLJrOiV 1 quantity of Rroccrits Tho Sl31555009749 Miscellaneous in 1 ternal revenue receipts that day were had true If to carry on tock on thc verv day they signrd fl reported to the police who began possible on whether this years cfjan this thc The robbery was S2071I27DB Customs receipts for Ihe ON PHILA STRIKE month through Nov i 0111989 11 were SI1 TTiTrilT T A an Agreement to purchase thc stock I I i Y I SH J I VlsHr OaSTrSx V5 A V K New York broker Uli I VUUnVJUb i itold the Srnrle tanking inquiry to TAKES ACTION i FLY THE ATLANTIC i an agreement to purchase the stock tc raise S100000 is a success or day Cuttcn cousin of th Chicago Thc campaign started on October 0 and a wlllint band of voluntcrr vorkers ond captnins started out to Continued on Fast Elrvcn W ESS Additional Report Expenditures for Public Improvements at Present From Portugal MEN WILL MEET That the members of City Coun j cil are opposed to thc expenditure of Charles J Ward president of the moneys for public improvements at End Business Mens Association West has announced a meeting to be held tb be plannin tomorrow night in Red Mens Hall 2112 Wcst Third street for the pur pose of discussing and taking action on thc increased assessment of city school and county taxes Archie Levy solicitor of the dicate 1130000 shares of the oil 0 it it stock at 30 a share on October bays I neV when the stock was soiline on iii TT the market for a share He Attempt JOOOMlle Hop revcrlccl Sinclair nccotiatcci this agreement and then participated in i the syndicate which ultimately marie ia profit of S12002lori CALDELAS DE TUY Spain Nov Sinclsr sent word to th commit and Mrs Charier tee he would appear later in the day Lndberh were reported to explain the whole transaction bv American consular officials today Young Cuttcn tolo cf winning crapiinlisi said Sinclair told the Fyii do their bit for thb twelve pffiliatrl SCHOOL BOARD IW1NTER GRIPS TAKES ACTION WESTERN PENNA Will Ahamlon Use of Room Traffic Slowed at uniis of thc Federation each of which is cneagcri in soni7 rort of community relief or social service Preeminent and outstanding in he institutional life of Chester Negroes ir thc Ruth L Bennett Home for Women and Girls and the William Wison Memorial Day Nurcry West 2nd and Rrancy street The follow1 ing items will give an iricri or souie sathcrcd last evening in regular PCS from rliRlH flurries to full of ihe work done durinc the yenr 10323 in West End Library for School Pur Points by Icy Roads and Heavv Snow Union leaders claimed today that 1500 wheelwrights machinists and diemakers had walked out on strike at the Edward G Budd Manufactur ing Company in Philadelphia today with protests against wage reductions and claims that they were being forced to do work sent here from De troit where workers are on strike Official of the company one of tha I largest automobile body plants in the country asserted that less than 35 nonstop flight to second tradinc syndicate to help Tho the home SIOTOK COOK VIOLATION Ernest Walker 33 S33 Fulton street was fined S35 in police court this morning on the charges of and Crosbv streets approved n rcrolu sylvania in thc icy Rrasp ot winter I operating an automobile with license Esnncit Home provided a tjon framed by James L Hankin re With only the eastern seaboard re plates other than was issusd for ths Director of the school dirstrict HARRiSBURCr Nov crcd last evening in regular PCS ransinc from slight flurries to full in thc Larkin Building Broad Herded blizzards today held Penn men had joined thc strike and denied the Unions charges o 83 giris and women fi33 arding action to be taken with rccnrd porting temperatures above freezing j machine by the Stue Highway De percent attended social anci rccicnlo iho West End Free Library con highways were coated with ice and partmcnt and also for operating tional events employment was ob was rrd at tho meeting suggesting niarV a new trail for westward non ciation will be the principal speaker ni5lts and will also advise the taxpaverr lc impwemeius U was tnc con An Amcnoiu o fill out their appeal blanks of opinion of members of the SCnt from Vigo lo giv s expected that the meeting will tn1 M owners avn bcrghs any possible aft largely attended It was called with enough expense al formed thc United 0 f rnn irnct arrnngcmcnts with the school fjistrict for thc use of rooms there Continued on Pafio Fiplu purposes The directors rieciriec that Dr snow delaying traffic Accidents were j motor vehicle without an operators frequent i license He was riven until noon to Three deaths attributed indirectly raise the fine otherwise he will spend how It is br lli tJtj ittiil i 1 till 11 ciation The area is bounded by or public improvements Kerlin street to thc city line on the Whla ll wns that thc city urfrc of members of the time without incurrinB nvcn ic lirnrvHrrf IMT ClkpCllSIS consular attache give the Lind sistancs in Prcss of thc re ported plan The Lindberghs were aboard their seaplane off Calclclas D Scouts Will for Poon the next fifteen days in thc county jail Walkers arrest was tho out west and from the Delaware river to borrow to be used j Tuy in the river Mino that forms the northern citv boundarv line im i i i1 iv n for thc construction of a sswagc disj the boundary at this point between it is estimated by Buy Scout cad nnd crs and executives in this area that Sold Her Rugs In Quick Order Mrs Charles Goodwin 19 Gold road Lansciownc found head vertising columns of the Times an excellent medium for the disposal of her velvet rugs which she of fered for sale Mrs Goodwin had about a dozen calls to the adver tisement I sold all my rugs and I could sold more wrs her comment o the snow and cold weather which i Ward tnesiinerinlendcn of schools has swept the staic in tho last week 1 ninVe aranTments to the pupils worn reported in Kane Pa whcra iconic of an automobile accident in row housed5 at ihe Library mover to snows have covered the ground to a which he was one of the principals a school buildiii and that this plan depth of more than lvo feet a few days aqo at the intersection of be submitted to the directors al their No relief from the storm was prei Ninth and Broomall streets next mertin Thc superintendent dieted for today or tonight alihoueh was also instructed to make ar fair conditions were listed lor for a Horary in a room i Wednesday i of cue of the schools aiui to obtain Pittsbuieh rcpoitcd a low of 2S ask for any toys no lonjirr rotimatcs on tlie cost of equipping degrees today with the temperature I such and that The Weather in ur or oven toys which have hcn useless by damage The a room will suitable volumes i slowly rising It was due to fnll bick that the Library nvithoritics be tonight to perhaps 20 j Kastern PC posal plant thc cost ol interest each Spain and Poriusnl year would amount to S3j000 it was The Lindberghs planned to lake during thr Christmas KCison there i deemed advisable to defer action on of todav presumably for Lisbon 23 i will be at least 1000 nrcdv children brown dad present day gnomes will advised cf the action A further i Harnsbnrgs low was rccoincd ai the improremcnt for a period of at j miles southward who will be made happywith gifts rolled ihe toys in thc shoulder sacks Mjjulation was inaae that the library 28 degrees ann Philadelphia VASIUNGTON Nov ID least five years which would mean a leaving to thc taxpayers during that I period of 5175000 I Mayor Ward Jr also voiced hi5 disapproval of reducing taxes to building and loan associ ations vho take properties from pirsons on mortgages His attitude in this mivtter became known when an afsociaticn asked for a reduction in r on a property in thc western Colonel and Mrs Lindbergh rose of toys made possible through In and urier a carefully arranged pro officials be advised that they woukl bs I Traffic was slowed to a snails earlv and were civinc thrir plar sacrifice of much time and liibor on fvnm a final inspection preparatory for j the part of the Boy Scouts of till troops a central licadqiuirters and building has been reassemble with their paid S50 per month for the time thc pace in Pittsburgh and other com taking off city and surrounding communities turn in he toys this year and Pennsylvania light snoyr colder loiiitrlit Wednesday faif and rnltlcr NEW JERSEY Light rain or aorl colder tonight Wednesday fair and enlder Pennsylvania Snow tliin Portuguese and Spanish rivcrmcn who will take part in thc collection patrolled the river and marked a and repair of toys for these children course fov the takeoff RO Coonal Lindbergh could avoid shallows and numerous rocks dotting the water Ths weather was fair and the fo that caused Colonel Lindbergh lo On November 25 morc than 1000 Boy Scouts will rally to the call of their troop leaders and will spread out over the entire area of the city and the suburbs tracking down evoiy used for classes i munitics in thc western hey be instructed i the stain as workers headed for their In th cenTra I section of thc city that thc removal would take place labors this morning Icccovcrcd anj probably tonight Colder at a location which has not vet been within thirty days unless thc renulrcd streets made both vehicular and pstomcM Wednesday fair and colder r rv lin vrtnn TOHAYS TEMTERATURES detcrmivd there will be st tip a installation of a new heating system riestrian traffic extremely hazardous Claus workshop manned by was made within that time Several minor accidents were reported Scouts is direct representatives of Old Smut Nick In a vacant stove the boys will assemble the pltiy scction of the city which it had re lose his way over ths SierraLeon spare toy that residents may have things collected and will begin th to give Discovrl has been in evidence In in Pittsburgh proper i till School District and Library ar Nine prrsons escaped injury when ranarmcnt lor many months since an automobile turned over in th the Library authorities were ordered city Four others were Injured two j Continued on Pajc Eleven I Continued on Page Twelve Tllc Scouts will call at every house Continued on Pago Twelve I Continued on Last Continued on Tajc Twelve i K a in 7 a m fl a m f am 10 a m 4511 a m 4 Noon 42 1 p m 38 2 p m 3i 38 38 39 40   

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