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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              SEWAGE DISPOSAL PROBLEM FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Newt of the Day 58TH 17751 Daily Lcnsnd Wlrr Rvnorti ft Untiril Press UP and hitrrliiUoiiBl New Set vice UNS CUICSTKK PA TllUUSDAV NOVKMHKll HI TWUNTYWO PACKS PHICiO TWO CENTS TAXPAYERS WIN FIGHT FOR LOWER TAX ASSESSMENT DecisionReached at Conference With Mem bers of City Council Announcement Being Made That Will Be Cut From the Proposed Assessed Valua tion of Properties LINKS McCLURE WITH KNOCKOFF LIST Boston insurance Compai 1 Botton Action Means Reduction of 30 Per Cent on Majority of Homes 20 Per Cent on Limited Number and Straight 20 Per Cent on Busi ness Properties in the Central Business Zone A victory for lower assessments in I erod too bui this it is said will this city was won by the taxpavers i ot nflect pvopertier TI There bo x 20 per csnt rcduc last night when Mayor William i Uon ou ail properties in the central Ward Jr and Tames L Rankin business section on nnd near Market lender of the insurgent forces jointlv i street Edgmont avenue Welsh street announced that had been1 anf Sproul strest This reduction i will be made on the 1933 assessment cut off the 1933 assessed valuation of The Cvacc boundaries will be property in the City of Chester i scribed within a day or two de According to Ihe agreement all as sessments totaling S710000UO which According to the statement issued after the conferences in thn First had been sent outf to property owners ward area beginning on Nineteenth were ordered cancelled In their street east of Providence avenue places new assessments wiU be sent and Twentieth street wesi of Provi out as soon as possible dence avenue and extending north Under the new assessment plan a t City Line last years assessments reduction of 30 per cent will affect wll be reduced 20 per cent a vast majority of the homes in this i a1 other property m the city city a 20 per cent reduction on a i except the industrial plants the busi limited number cf residences and a i ness area and the residential area straight cut of 20 per cent on all referred to there will be a 33 pr business properties within the down cent reduction in assessments town business district hc rate of Hmills for 1934 All industrial plants will bs com is not to be increased and the com pletely reassessed rtd either lowered mittee1 of taxpayers recommends that or incrensrd dcpenciinp on th new there be no demand for a dccrcrse Jindings of Ihe mayor and members The committee also urges the of council ment as promptly as possible as all EXPLANATIONS ill 0 Ulll I Dftfitf ARK OFFERED HILL DHblV HvoRMUDs JEST SEADROME SEE WORK HERE Officials of Election Units Cile Reasons for Tech nical Differences in Votes Completion of Tabulation of 80 Precincts Will Be Supplied for Unit of Arm Lend Increase for Iechin strong Floating Platform for Transoceanic Jobs Forecast on First Contract With members of numerous elec lion bomls beini culled In to explain technical irrcKUhUllies nnd thus de laying iii work tho inhiilnlmg board i ontinuid the olVuinl count of votes j ut Iho lust general eleeiion 01 i r i t Nathan peehin ixmoiiatic eamtibun shipbuilding Company Head Active m chile lor sherill continued to in o evase Ins loiid over Major General Lnllstlllg OUppOlt OF U1C Government xvnuim c pee jr upubiiam of May Be Spent If Test Proves Successful ILIVC ihi Oomoenitic candidates ma jorities i SSiih BO p io cine Is completed il 4 Ml v if erduy afternoon count slood i H Price H THi Aniiouneiiiunt made yesterday with a view In the i iblish 1 from UK IVpaiimeni of Commerce Pochin u lend o monl of n jrminirir piiviy iicross if I InUniliU KuvUs Government in the Atlantic Ocean was annmmrrd of Iho Drpart Judge Albert Dulton Mac j NnshlnnUw mdtenlos I hut the by Secretary llnyift id presiding over Ihe ulnilntors projeel which has lent been i imm of Commerce i mbTS o seven boards all fi om tiy Mr Hop1 said U Dtvby wore culled in yesterclav Smv Shipbuilding mid Ilhydoci Adminislration liad aare i to villain errors most of them of Ilils city who has been cnlo StfiOOOOO for Irninedi Jin tabulating the voles for the Kijjlu walthlnir its development ov inenls wllli u quartersec Amendment The law requires tlu inventor Kdwiiul n Armstroiv of lie proposed InndiiiK A rimiirc lint a stroke bo iiiiulc on tho niurn i wn the Public Works Adminislration had agreed to allo Immedinte oxperi of flelds or soa i diomes II the single section standi for every vole cust foror i Such u venture as the tirsl con the service tosis allocation will ba nst the measure A JnVgc per1 sructlon of the lloutliu platforms i made from Public Works funds for I rrntiijjo of the election boards ovir1 wl ltllvl eonsecnunees In the wnrlil full drome costing and I poked this nnd when called to Media o vim Ion commerce and employj contingent upon tho success of thu arc iiiii u ilv public hearing room i nienl with the IhsL substantial OIK Is n tacit i freemen i by the nd where sheets are corrected j of ly project by Ihe ministration to build nnd equip five OHielals from the Third prtoiiul The lirst test unil will lie to be strung at f00milo Intervals of Hie Sixth ward Upper Dirby vire lo Su Shipbuilding and fiom the AlUvniir seaboard to tho sumiuonod lo explain a dUlcience of j Urydod Co it is iirmly ox pooled j wiMorn const of Kuropc pursuant to vote between ihe voters choel l When Ihe project wns Irsl i die plan of Mr Armstrong the In nnd tinpublic counter on the i Mr Pinv t parl of the FecUrul i venlor vole machine The mnehlne showed reconstruction plans he kicn shipj Secretary Tlopois announcement DiVJ votes while the iheci Hst j yard executive instruinentnl l accepted in aviutton circles ni showed voters The olttdnls ex presentin in person the opening ivpi proof that the Koveinnient had boon pliiinoci Ibis by otlerini an ullldnvlt pliialion at Washington The proiii convinccci i of the feasibility thn In tho Foiivtn pveciiul of thi Fifth which led lo the final adoption ol i 000000 under trie National Industrial ward Upppr Darby it was found thiit i the present plan to build the tirst tcM Recovery Act for launching the proi the same rendition existed the mn unit i col as uprivate venture chine counttMKhowlne 4IR votes and Tho definite IreLsinn by the Because of the cngtnccrlnK i ii i js Tile lllcivjnc ilacj rinnont to fiiuncc experiments with 1 failed to nppenr after floating liolds for airplanes Continued on Intc Two Under the agreenient the city is to maks Neither would the meinbsra have the right to adjust upward any i revised assessments which is considI Continued on Tagn Seventeen chu nee DAVIS NEARING DEATH REVEALS I A J TUCKER FND QF TESTIMONY ROBBERS ATTACK DIES SUDDENLY IFOR GOVERNMENT i Welfare Fund Campaign Returns ill la Gifts Com Qiiofa To Date Cor S McCall Wife of Official of South Chester r i TWT i m n oo i Knockoft Last RctiTedMerchantNever j Tuoc Company Suffers nf Recovered From Shock I Fatal Heart Attack TINGITS Continued oiiIigr Seventeen j L1 RETURN ORDER DECLARED INVALID Star Witness in r U S Court 6000000 33H722 Bitsincss Mens I Connniue clubs 713oOO Mr Mary S McCall of T i AugusUne John Tucker prominrnl Prank McCall rciirod died at her business man of Philadelphia and Relates lO1 home Harrisors Hill on tlfc Choster riied suddenly at 7 oclock lail town road at 410 oclock yestcrdny evening at his home in Media A CGllOIV OillCiaiS V hlCll rJintUti afternoon Mrs McCaHs death was ssvorc heart attack foHoving n 10000 i sconi Court Brands Cordons ho d IllcMal Sur charged MANY PROPERTY 2 PINCHOT RUM OWNERS OPPOSE BILLS TAX ASSESSMENT TO COMMITTEE turn over their goiti to tiw Federal j Total of 500 Appeals Filed Opposition Breaks on Floor Reserve Bank was declared invalid toj Wf u v RMilrrI at nf i JsFAV YORK Nov TTTrF dcnt executive orUer of AJNlib HIl ZA gold hoarders to day by Federal Judge John U Wooli Jiirign Woolsry ruled thai it wa not With County Board at Media Yesterday of House on Beer Fees and Whisky Tax Prorated fIonlhlv Ex for the President to Instances Cited of Cases Senate Not in Session War DoctOfs Etac 14DCO nliributcd by members of her family j routine day at his office was the directly lo a shock suffered when she j cause of his death He was 54 years was attacked by a robber more than a old and is survived by his sister i Hi rf hich rn ih i ncs Houses Cc month ago Mrs McCall was 71 years Elizabeth Tnciccr whith whom he pii nci on in jrmnlnes cf old i lived in Media map of Chet A Krycs sovwnnwnt cf j m m The robbery occurred the latter part Mr Tucker wellknown as the prosscutor ihe office of vnmens Com of September and was never made vice president and Uvasurcr of the Senator John J McClure in th mitice public Mr and Mrs McCall the South Chester Tube Company was Croze btiidinf sfrc only oneo in the house at the time ioru in Chester in 1819 He at V and Mrs McCall had retired to her tsnded the Immaculate Heart School bOW3 lrcs2rdy nnd totiaj A fina room VMion the door opened nnd the th Philadelphia Catholic Th2 hcmmcr vas by Edgar caplam3 vn tomorrov robber entered Mrs McCall beli3ved High School and upon sriiciuation A Davis fcrme raidlr deicctive 4 p m re the V C A it was her husband and when she entered a bank in Philadelphia and prci confidant cf McCie who it i spoke the robber ran to rer arm honly aftcrvvards became tn xucted cirhe ic ivcw n short over her haad and ot fno south Chclor with day and Vnercljy complete the overn ptished her back on the bed which he had bcn connected for the I CSD Mr TIK Mr McCall unaware of hf past J2 years His business and par 74 codcfenaaruVho are on trial for attack as he is quite deaf The Sonal connections wro many and an alleged conscircy to violrtc the screams of his wife and later the won reputation as a leader in Chester lav i of the robbers M me inciutrv wrs widespread With ini KncclofY i and order becpino Congress on Mnrch n Edict had delegated this power to rrtary of the Treasury i It was believed the PITTSBURGH Nov decision handed down in Allcshenv pelves Wrong Halts IVIachJiJcrv Where Decided Increases I Caused Objections Veterans in State Watch Bonus Bill government Common Pleas Court today branded The first day of appeals from 1934 j HARRISBURG Pa Nov real estate nsscsnncnis kept to the administrations would carry the case of the Supreme nMmbers of hc Board for Assessj 1llor hills broke on the fioor of the rnurt nr today when r today when five measures oay wen ive a substitute order menl and Revision of Taxes busy came up for final reading 377174 the Slate DeparLmcnt ofBankings voulri immediately by the tcrday from ID oclock in the morning TWO of the bills were recommitted 7method of liquidating closed bunks Seaclary of the Treasury So SuGXG til in oi the workers and ns nlSal Decision came in the case until nfier G oclock lust night A after hot debate They were the of Frccl and Wilson hill inerensing foes for brew i eries nnd distilleries and the Witkin bill levying n permanent tax of i gallon on whisky Two other bills sponsored by Rep MASS MEETINGS o UNUSUAL DECREE v1v a hltc Davis sam from a memoranda pnd on Mr McClures desk It con dition There was usually someone at home vith the couple but it so happened that on the evening in question they had bncn left alone The robbers i triiicd tho and of residents seemed to have been familiar with An unusual decree was made by o this condition and the fact that they President Judge Roger Froneficld i tVibule at McdiB yesterday when the court plr inmue ai Cnntinuca on Tairc Seventeen Tax Assessments total of 1112 persons were given in Th opinion written by Judge Elder Cnrntibol rt llividllil1 illtirvirws tllpi appeals Muishrn surchaized Dr Williim and nL ils of werc D Gordon an amount recently indicted both for claims for more tlum one piece of charged ngams the Cilirsns Trust faiUiro to report nnd ftiilurc to sur property the total claims tiled recatnlives Zimmerman MontEom Company o Bcllcvite for support of totaled nearlv f00 The sowions uerc and Spann Allegheny wera hr division m closed If the londor nootu 00000 in gold The m nl i on third and final readme decision Etanas it leaves Secretary o decision wns bolh a victorv and a The appeals yesterdnv came from A motion was mndc by Reprc Banking Gordon open to additional proportv owners in Media and i smtntlvn Root Philadelphia to send sincharges reaching perhaps 51 lieeal for the government i Swarthinoro boronphs ami Sprint Cordler S2 floor hill back to In sustaining the tirst count of field Upper Providence and Mlddln ihc lxnri means committee oC i town townships the House for a rehearing The mo mdiciment that Campbell had Flth nvCI was to fin i lion lost after a hot debate nnd the a printed form giving misons vns broitahl P for final vending he dosired chaiiRC Each one til j Ueproscmativc Sterling Philadel rn was tisherod into the largo omcr I Pllla il1 Hie motion said r of Congress to compel persons of tho board where they wore inter Pfisons having spirits on the viewed by on of Iho members of moving them out ot 000Ore throughout Pennsylvania CeMoMoil Mnrshnirs opinion decided j exceptions taken by Citizens Trust the loin in Protest Against P to lhc the Ivno was deputy secretary of banking ry pave liis oflicial approval to the I in charge of the company when protest was filed last Drcembcr Rcsontment which has swept the The surcharges apply to methods o rivcd possession of gold of boroughs aloii the typical of the administration of all had not paid Chester pike sinethe increase in lax coscd bmks Pennsylvania and put M who were nssessments again found its outlet Ll the liquidating TAKKN IL ON STItKKT Pinchot Sees Liquor Selling For a Quart The exception to his test tnc drrstic nnd in ithe board Harry M Uirnev Jr i Pennsylvania lo avoid the tax S James J Skellv and Adolph J Hc lok House there was in iKlinka storage in the state 5000000 pnllons assessor for the dis nf whiiky nnd 8000000 gallons of as triets concerned also took part in the alcoho subject to tax individual conferences and on i Knch day of delay m aotmtr on all i Continued on Iaitr T HAURISBURG granted upon the recjucsl of Attorney Nov George T Butler no that ho could of Raymond Pit as surety for Mrs Rcsr c Vvhrn Davis resumed his trslimony at Iho reconvening o court this morninc be a slicaC of cairn Montgomery eotnny of CloliamL who is executive o v o rn m o n t visimof crease of proprrty values nmouniins to approximately SB65000 by ih County Board of Assessments nnd Ro Ti1 P PirT1 t Fjl the of As tho Stain Association Against Eighteenth Amendment that pro posed state liquor taxos arc too high 5 scouted today by Governor Communiiy Cntor of Media bronglit by exhibits mimbrred from 201 to 286 s 11 Continued nu Seventeen niSCUSSFD TII Coil Mr Pifcairn misunderstands the I floor tax Governor Finchol said i Tho floor tax is 1191 n continuing Tlio Chostrr Tailors and Cleaners tax bning charged only against Association held a reoulnr nicotine in Ikfijor made before repeal This tax st Georges Kail 1003 West Third cannot ctjter into the cost of new last night with 50 members in BARS POLITICS Council hereby vigoroiuiy protests such drastic incrcao in A covonors jury yesterday afler j esjiecially at such a time whsn a neon cxanerntcci James Frolry of i groat niimbjr of our aro tin Holmes of blame in the death of able to meet their present tax obliga Walter 21 and Roman Glenn lions and under tlin new nssrssmnn Biirrov L boili of Iiolmr who were it will be practically iinnosiblo for n fatally ininrcd last Friday nisht still greater number lo inort thr nil an automobile in which they dilional taxes the IeoUiion nates vere psonjers ind which Viis Request ii made that the County driven by Foeloy collided with a polo Board of Asrs monts nnd RrvlMon of on Iincon in GAS KILLS F1KKMAN i Peter Murray mi a hcsemnn died I today after he wns overeome by fumrs I from a broken electric i pipe wnilo iisbtim n rue in the ijaso GR ANAD A Spain Nov j incnt of a Philadelphia drva More TV criyfour Socialists wore reported today when a motor bus fell i over a 200foot cliff tho bill ho said means a loss in sovomu to the slate War veterans throughout the stata Crtiitiniird on Scvrntccn was Kiven shelter FALL KIILS 21 MORGENTHAU ON WOODIN JOB SOON liquor in the proems of manufacture alUnriaicc Several new RoOSCVCll LsStlCS Ktlict ill Taxes recall tho new and Inflationists Checml WASHINGTON Nov wns for membership werc accepiod nnd tho bylaws adopted which preceded drafting of the liquor Interesting talks were given by T bills II didnt do so The invitation T Van Dyke nnd J H Gonc was extended lo Wilbur Morris seci ringer all discussed the workings of rrtpry of the nssocialion tho NRA code lhat was omclallv Mr Pitcairn should have made his siaiiod last week by Prcsidoni Roose The lask of tninc 1000000 sniRcslions before drafting of the veil ployrd oft relief roils within a month started Moreover Ihe r by rrd tap uid tariins poiut of krcpins clown bootlesUng by IOSIO FOR PHOTOGRAPH rivil work project conin S1000H3000 taxes and low prices is provided for muiertpkon bv sirto trtmi in Hie bilh His fours are Srrgsanl Jonrph Doimuirk u f Cd Wl rtc nL confrrcns toriv The governor nointed out that no s Dal to bn given m can rcll liquor for per lp EighMi nnd Sproui quart nnd still nuiko a profit of ap Jc proximatnly 50 cents on each allti hlh foul nSistnnth werc This price is far below nrcrnooll al rlltijo Qf ft oca Attempt to Give Rcjicf lo 1000000 UP DeweuMaim School Pupil unom Essay Contest Honor His Appointment as Treasury Successor WASHINGTON Nov hi nt homo and threatened vitii retaliation abroad ndininis triitioi pushed its currency prouiiiin into ilr moit oniirn phase today Hrnry Jr re placed Srcrotary II Woodin thin euynirold in vc y srhoo dirir in Del and Uiidcrsrcrelrtry Dran Achrson in oiuciciit in the riiool has ronlinurrt Iho sioci wori of th Th The vrt projrim outlined to the officials by Presideii Kooevolt Public Woris Administruor Ickos yomhlul sryiMs proeorin him nt ontillfci Mistcr work lo u iinhrfi vVpidiv and Relief Administrator Hopkins in the West EndinVitulion nnd has just in the stalecontest nnd L volvcd division of tho coitry into been awarded second phiro in Iho the riro of his digest en SlH Deducting an overhead cost of SI50 per case Ihe statcstorr profit will approximate f750 per case ac cording to thn RoVvrnor Governor Pinchot lotJny ho Is V S TUKASIRV southern xoncs winning eay was lirst Tiiiixi st re Mayor Wahnsley of New Oiloans priec in initial amont ths Nov UP rovealccl allocation of the funds cvcnth In Iho Chw Ths not for Nov would bo 75 on tho basis of tcr Ciy schools conducted last M wn SloOOf 57033 Micoilinfiininihition and 5 por crnt ou the inn bnoro thn school trnn prntified by Iho cuoporlion of lead inlornn rovnnuo rrcrips that day brslrof the number of porsonx on roi ondrd it was nnnounccd tlvil I lie ors in tho TJoir with ha lirmor pro VTJ 1 Cuioms nceipls j lief in tho state or city This basis i work of th voimc vvriior wi pram I briivr rral progrcw is be ro tho riri iinough Nov U were j j foremost in eompcii irn wVi ihi made he added PS I Continued oiv Page Seventeen j CM ays of students who had won of Iho tveistiry dopaitinrnt of the friunlv Moi KAntliau will bT sworn in at i in tomorrow as undersecre tary Ho hocomes chief of lhc Treas ury due to Woodms absence William 5 Myers of New York vill succeed Morscmhau as of I lie Kiirm Civil il Administration the White House announced loday was given v toinplcto loave t ilx to recover his health nnd tho present time Uhoih his Aciiiton resigned as tho dollar and xvs vritlfn while ho was uovvnmuiH bond dropped KSierday of mil Tho title of siiniiHanotuis with announcement of his work Alcohol and tho Athj a possible Trnneo It n rlvoarllcle liivrd oti 1 rnri Groat Britain 10 cAUibnt thr the 10 cheapened cioliar Mogemliiu was BA Continued on rae Scvcntrcn Continued on Payr Srvontccr Seadrome Work Means 1000 Jobs at Sun Shipyard John Ci Pew president of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock today in discussiiiB the probability of the contract for Stadiomr tonstitiction being ccil with the local shipyard Of roitrse there is noth j ioliniii yet However we arc very hopeful that the project will omc to our yard and we have lwn making every cflort together with Mr Armstrong the inventor to that the drome oomtruetum becomes a realized fact Mr Pew was unable lo say whether connacts first to bo awarded would include only hr test platform ns was reported from Washington Ho said that theconstruction of the lost plat form announced from Washing ton as the fitst step in thfi project would be a Vnsk intuh similar in scope to thn const ruction of the larger tankers often built in the local yard and ho estimated roughly that such a job would ide work for several for a force of about one ihontand workers of all branches oC ship and steel construction The officials of thr rnmpcmy are MReily awnitinp any further an from Washington rrcardine contract award COLD WEATHER Fair and continued cold is the pro diction today in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair tomorrow also with ri ing temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was i5 degrees at 1201 a m and tho lowest was at 315 p m new minimum for the date The average of 30 was six degrees below normal for the dale tuirt twentyons derives below the average Novem ber lo last year Maximum tempera ture for the date is 73 established in lOJtV Tho previous minimum was 26 n tablished in 1005 Sunrise today was at 648 a m nnd funsot will be at 414 p m rast eni standard time The Weather WASHINGTON Nov HID Thr ivralhrr forpcatt New Jrrsry and Iastrrn rrnnsyt vanii Pair and rontinucd cold to nijtit lriilay fair willi risimr warmer Friday night and Western rcnnsylvania Fair and continued cold tonight Friday In rroasins cloudiness and warmer fol lowed by rain in south anrt rain or vnov in north portions Friday night and Saturday S n m H a m M 1 n m TO Neon 33 fi a m i 1 p m It p 1 m 2 p m 10 a m 36   

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