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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              AMD ANSWERS WHAT IS MEANT BY A STAY Of GOVERNORS PROCLAMATION FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17753 Uatly Leased Wire Heuorts of United Press U and lutcrnntlonul News Service I INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 19315 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS COUNTY YIELDS TO PROTEST CUTTING ALL ASSESSMENTS 1932 Figures Restored With Flat 20 Per Cent Slash Ordered on These Valuations Lopped off Books by Board of Assessors at Media DEFENSE READY FOR ATTACK ON FISHERFOLK OF HIG H AND LOW DEGREE Industrial Properties Not Affected County Income Will be Sharply Curtailed Deputy Assessors Attacked at Meeting Many Communities Represented Government Winds Up Us Prosecution at Todays Short Session Women Witnesses Tell of Payments While Kin Were in Jail The taxpayers of Delaware county won a tremendous victory last night when officials at Media announced that tvll real estate assessments are placed on the 1932 basis and a flat 20 per cent cut will be made from those valuations Approximately will be cut from the total county valuation The rcducton followed a S 15000000 cut in Chester taxes by council after a storm of protest The drastic action was taken by the Board of Assessment and Revision of Taxes following presentation of a dej LOCAL RIVALS IN GRID TEST and Ed civ stone The government rested case in the lifitioi1 conspiracy trial of State Kenaor John J McClurc and 7f co defendants today at weeks after the trial started October i Following a side bar confrvcree with defense attorneys Judge George A Welsh announced the case would bc recessed until Tuesday morning tk permit attorneys for the defendants to prepare their case Three women took the witness stand this morning and told how thry fared in regards in financial axnsl lance from the alleged Delaware i I county rum ring conspirators while j the husbands of two and the lather of one who were constables served 1 time in the Media jail j The women were Mrs Ella Scott i c i i m ii i wife of former Constable Sam Scott High SChOOlS rlay HerCiof lhe FirsL Ward Mrs Edmund U Holden wife of a former constable of Upper Chichester township and Mar l gucrite Conley daughter of Thomas A battle between two neighborhood Conley former constable of Chester i You may have cold in these Unite pictures lost if y Lysinijer boards Miami Kin to fi waters while schooner Vac puts into Huston ntlcr trip to tlic U S RECOGNIZES SOVIET BULLITT 1st AMBASSADOR Roosevelt Announces Pact Before Leaving on Vacation in South Russia Concedes Free Worship to Americans and Own Counsel if Brought to Trial Letters Between President and Lituinov Bind the Nations Debts to be Threshed Later by Commission Approval of Philadel phian as Envoy Seems Certain 1OUliy Cl Rid mand by Attorney J H Ward foes will be staged up at Smcdlcy j township son acting as spokesman for a group i T athletic Mls ScoU uial sne never i ti UlJlor i LLHll otIlUUl o ciLllici lu i inv tiiATif1 flTiiil ntpti7nliATi rtf nfTipTilc nnH nvnnorfv Of i e i KUL iii IIILHL uuiii IIIL u bcster pmc from Davby to Held this afternoon when the Ed1 Ss she said she was told her husband idicv township dystone Hiehlets track over to nipH talked too much All she said sir SpeakinK to the board in the comi the Orange and Black eleven of got was that Senator McClure wished misskmers public meeting room in j Chester High School t the court house Mr Hinkson criti This rivalry has been in full forca i holden stated that KM Ivul ciscd the new assessments for 1S34 since the Eddystone School first be received money wecidy which was pronouncing them full of absurdities j came a full fledged high school and i brought to her home by Ncill Don and decidediv not uniform each year adds more to thc prestige and George Iord the Coiuey The members of the board who are of the game In previous years the I girl said she knew her inoihsr was Harry M Birney Jr James I Skclly game usually took place after paid per week while her father and Adolph J Klinka then went into i Thanksgiving but due to the TAKES LEAD IN OFFICIAL COUNT Has 128 Majority in Sheriff Fight Cutting Rivals Baby Carriage in a Hurry baby carriage Will reader who has one to spare communicate with Child Health j Number 2 at 1014 West Second i Hreet The reason for the plea is to aid a mother who is forced lo carry lur CONGRESS MAY OPPOSE CREDITS TO SOVIET RUSSIA MOB THREATENS HARTS SLAYERS Two That Killed Calif Youth liven urealer Protection SAN Ciillf Nov Removal of two concrete blocks from the lower San rranclsco J3uy j furnished the first delinite elites to WASHINGTON Nov 18 A rapid Krowth of Soviet American trade nnd new alignments in world politics appeared todny ns tho likely firM fniil1 of renewed diplomatic re lations between Washington nnd Mos Mappy following his greatestdlp UmiuLic victory which gave two of the worlds most powerful nations nn ofHdiil speakinj acquaintance after Hi years of nonrecognition Foreign Commissar Maxim Litvinov sought today to complete arrangements or trade io WHS expected to confer impo r WR pn a mivate conference With them were tance of the tilt to the students and I Kaplan identified as seere Ccunty Commissioners Charles H i to the town fans it was thoucht beHar business manager for y tor to move it up to an earlier dale McClurg Fourth ward leader At the Eddystone Chester with the games with Ridley Drrwes and C Edwin Hunter County Solicitor Albert 1 Williams Repre sentative Ell wood J Turner and Mr Hinkson Making the announcement for the board following the conference Mr spite of the fact that Williams said The board will rej schools have been on schedule for many years that to Chester a defeat tion of 20 per cnt on that basis of Eddystone is reserving to all taxables the right of than one suffered by pppcal This does not apply to in other three dustrial properties i Coach Robinson of present time the rivalrv S nnd i defcndent for whom United j icranks in importance to Stales District Attorney diet A wr nvnc IN i ri o cVnri 1 CTiiTrf t rv 1 CtllP Margin Chesters Vote to Return Winner Readjustment o f 1 e I I s Also Is Up to Body Some i as Obligations dny in Hie vnrch fur tho body of J during the next few days with otllclals llronki Hart 2 slnin kidnap WV and othnr government cco baby for a long distance each day that she brings him to the Center i Exnoded shc is no thc haby is Senate Musi Approve Bill ncpt of cnlc nre nf cari Irians available at thc center nt Ihr i Hit NaiUCtl 1irst AlU 1 present time Thc mother is too poor to purchase one and the expenses of additional details of the crime thrrat if mob vm Sun Ininclsco whrre Thomas II Thurmond uiui J M Holmes who confesscd Hurt were held for alckeep Kevcs had asked the court to issue the centers iux now running above For the first time since the of Ulc Available funds WASHINGTON Nov They wore laken from tho city jail lo ihc doparimiiil uf justice head qitiutrrs for iiuestioninK Holmes was retiinud without Incident but when Thurmond removed to an iuto n a ttiuumiiK crowd hud jnih Park Wilmington and Media and iii j1 aUnchmont when he could not be ncia count stavLcd Major Gcntnil Thtc js no add further to some Congressional V dues all assessment to those of last yar and will make a fu her rcduc 1 raise I heir children with the proper loinlc aiiondrs That America would nld tills trade development with sub lantlnl credits wns gcnernlly nc Polln shoved through niiiid scal Ihis j tried cries him1 Concrete blocks iaih weighing 22 vvvi1 by thr liidnapurs lo weight lht liculy of their victim iccordtnu to their confessions Au thorities indictments on which they hoped to send both to returns from Haverford township j medical care they see Lansdowne and Marcus Hook kept mothcrs and babiis that the Rarded ns a Presidential picroHuUvi One of the blocks bound with However any readjustment of tho baling wire the other was not The will mean approximately coasting in the attack Both teams reduction in the assessments of the are out to win and they will give county and it is going to mean 1 everything they have to make a win heavyreductions in the larger mui possible it is expected IVmt Chestpr in Hrverford township mid Sll without the services thiir star ooooon Dnroy approximately in Sounds Tlic county solicitor declared I do not know how many school boards will function as some of them have a tax of nearly the 25 mills maximum permitted by law on the present assessment The movement Is illogi cal and not well thought out and I am afraid it will bring disaster to some municipalities but the people are demanding it As we are the servants of the people we meet the demand If we could have sat doyn and talked the thing over I believe we could have reached a solution that would be better for you continued Upper back Jimmy Lewinstein He was cracked up badly in the Wilmington ctpsedVhS PS mo a 5 most other ol game and may not don toes today ficc where men happen to meet Continued on Pajjc Thirteen i MOST STOCKS IN Albert Duilon Morn interilM cured from on of the many cst is being KhovR in the official i vountecr workers Hintassist at thc a mat isoierc rccicrai in days and as V3jjOiir centers This time it is V i lend i narrowing in com to innle an nnneil n thr District Court Phiiadiiphin has al niai 10 HULL 111 ipjHn in u rnMclcntrlccl oprhcv a pillow slip over IKwitlmi will bestroiiR enouph t raise nli kn0d him unconscious f c m was ulurtnin him with wire weiithfed him with two concrete blocks antl tlropped mlo lh WIUE of Ihr Soviet Union was announced by President Roosevelt At thc WhinHouse Just before lie left for ii YiicnUon Warm Spring On last nig hi Mr nooKovcli announced nt this same time that be would appoint Wil liam C Uullitt Philadelphia ns the Ural American ambassador to the Soviet lliillitt is now special as sistant to Secretary of SlateHull Only a lew hours after the White House announcement Lltvlnov hith erto silent met more than 100 cor respondents at lhe National Prcs1 Club He wore a red necktie nnd his face was wreathed in smiles Thc WHiimisKar declared that rec ognition was not a formal gesture but the portent of real friendship be tween the United States and tha Soviet Union Earlier the State Department hnd begun placing the laurels of rccog 1 nttion on the Soviets brow Robert P Kelley chief of the eosl i rn Kiiropcari division of Ihe De partment escorted Lltvlnov to ihp cmbiisry of the Russian liii Ooveinment on and officially plriccd it in Acltnir Kioroiirv nf fl mLainuuie District LOUIC f ruKLUtipnit1 nas 11 hr UTC citniicnri in n l minumii i mivm M i aim lino uu wuui mrnnwhile iritnrmrrl uplini i I mtuiiLich n as supposcti to i mihlir Mirp tnnl the bahv rnrir in i i nuuiititii otin reaay broken fill district records for iP miinriiip HP Ppnnhli 3llD1lc e c uln1 ulc OOOOUO in Amencan goods to imv into j a nrw version given by Holmes financial attache of the nkl RirHn i i i j i in indjoiMit ine wanted will be on hand t ii im unvi VPTT n i i i i tvtiiin UL im UKI jxucoiiui time and may not be completed until 7 wi the Soviet Union in the nev veai rhurmond nllccedlv fired five shots rmhnwv mwi n lmc tune iuui uk UIILII iUISlli the end of the month as the defense I mav take two weeks at least NEW YORK Nov t The defendants are charged with has and two alternates all middleaged Republ e confident that the n ajority of 100 Stocks which benefit bv Russian rec ognitlon were strong and active in i prohibition laws and the case is being a 1 It nn ltr 1O the early traamg on the stock exi change today while the remainder of the list moved irregularly MORE Among the issues whose companies ter prohib detect ta ihe raider Davis who was subject throughout thc day to a vicious prillinic by John R K Scotl head of defense counsel u n watchers are jubilant nt ihe headquarters 10U West Second j4vilR cmpiovment to thousands of Representatives of both parties ad street Ameileans Economic experts hero lttecl Peehm generally concede that if there is to 1 T7 j tabulators reach ihe city of Chester his hopas forvictory will be damp ened considerably After iester IN SAVANNAH generally be substantial trade between the two nations some form of credits must be arranged in the United States Farm products and machinery arc expected to constitute the bulk of American exports Thc rceonstruc Thurmond allegedly fired five shots embassy nnd the Russian in at the youth in I Vic water The possibility that n woman was involved was discounted although Sheriff William Emig questioned Mrs Gertrude Estenscn She was said to be a friend of Holmes who was sepa rated from his wife The kidnapinf left a broken family Uoston Chicago nnd Seattle that they were no longer recognized in their official capacities Litvinov plans to remain here for several days more During that inn lie is expected to devote atten tion to a proposed credit from the HPC to the Soviet Union llllFSioner C JCUUHI jiumii t Rji0rt chnrp wpre mivofi with mean that we cannot Rive any iiiUy as Vnd i hviriorx or nhpr imlNCV iolk tentiai up ai Jb ann j Atchison and Pennsylvania down fractionallv U S Steel and Bcthlc The rloction board from the northj MUNICIPAL STADIUM SAVAN Roosevelts action as a couragcoiis precinct appeared NAH Gn Nov 18 Ijefore Judsjc MacDade nnd the tabu px pace xvas the most rrlent in all departments of the A o unnnecirv flirt all I C IiriU ill V lov 18Desirc for world itcp of particular sinificanco in view j of the unensy atmosphere of IO ic most impelling motive nltiollll rvcryvvhert I VrMx xrM r A iations that led to rrcoc President Roosevolt wns regarded ns Jj i JMN l lj U I i finished xvTth The witness shortiv i Democratic candidates on the return nition of the Soviet Union President likely to have practically solid Demo court house necessary after 4 p m At this point diet A sheets Roosevelt declared pf nf qpiiire 32K up i lespectucli urn ler known T Ninctviiiiic Tlle members of the board explained ment of SCIMCC j IQ m Ule oils con Keitsbctur rvs hnd mado conv Addressing an audience of 40000 litmnrl in riprnanrl while connnrs tr coni aim tniiuLiui Prior to meeting the members o Morc han 1000 mm a rratic support plus that of most Re publican Progressives in prevciittiie llc incu drmanded 1 endar No arrangement was made in the documents signed by the com inlsnr and Mr Rwxscvell alTectinp tha debt of the Kcrensky re MONTHS Pinu to ihc us Treasury 000000 debt of Imperial Rusla to the U S bankers or the S410000000 WASHINGTON Nov thc In of President Roosevelt Continued NRA last night notified lhr Amer iican Iron and Steel Institute that its worth of private American claims against Russia Recognition came as the result of ten dnys and nights of negotiation PRESS VllK GUARDED IN CODE Frmiefield and Broomall yesterday to nVvid CEC yesterday They found n cncciini hpccintors every 1001 aml wil automatically dissolve nl the undcr u u jiuiiLuvrin iuiu oiuuiunii r A I mere child a victim of tuberculosis1 n lllc way At the stadium thc Na l movement toward licensing or business rc Is no possible doubt of thc I ask ror nn OK on an richer president oi tnr j who is compelled to sleep on twoltional Guard greeted him with a hljlmrUon Thecc of people in Prospect Park betwccn thc J Idlcy Park whom I specifically j Janics McConaghy for damage i r I Iw winicnn lolrl the r nn nice with Governor Pmchot at the granted There feeling nnd Ridley represent board satis piving and vine llOl nciOEi was in the tuviic of absurdities They are bizarre and and driveway both of whirh i request for n sixmonth extension of i between Ihe Soviet commissar and jits code without change was api Mr Roosevelt Although it was not proved I announced at thc time recognition The extension request was taken to j was aprced upon al 1150 p m Thurs lhe Chief Kxccnlivp earlier in Use tiny when at the White House thft WASHINGTON Nov togctlier with n resolution in two olficials exclinnpcd letters which lhn steel men recorded gen Thrse letters were among tight rra satisfaction with the code and clianses of documents hi which tii3 a report firthc past three months Soviet Union guaranteed the United that if would not sponsor utida here and that it would LM code is completed and contains nbsoluts sufcgucmls all threats to a free covers tvo counties American dollars certainly not uniform There are wcn torn out to make room for tin i 1hia and it become a strcct hundreds of property owners in iinprovemcnts to the road Albert j Slate nnd national problem For that j poet Park Ridley Park and other i Williams County Solicitor presented i reason we are seckinc thei efforts of places ready o make appeals Vou j fife fo J roilc in this old Southern citv and COT AND MATTREbS j rode with ths fiovernor of thr State Ihe Savannah mayor through a miles of streets deeply lined fact n code in name only that payrolls had Increased States cheering spectators every wli automatically dissolve nl the undcr coclo despite a decline in i sincss insure Americans freedom of worship iiijiiiniiui The code had been adopted for a in Russia chairs The family poor but worthy Run samic ana a ivmti played i Hanson eounsol for In tiiiccmonthstrial period expiring The list of these letters and memo has not sufficient money to providej America while thqusands waved An1fMjCm Newspaper Publishers As next Rundav s randa was 1 i A tnnini nflnm F n asrd fit 1 An exchange of letters announc sworcd in restoration of relations between steel I the two countries rincipal A second exchange of letters In codes I which Litvinov avowed and Mr comI Roosevelt acknowledged the Soviet industry I Unions intention to rcVrain Com er si I munist propaganda advocating tha ask extension overthrow of the U S Government force 3 A third exchange of letters in winch Mr Roosevelt requested and Litvinov granted assurances that Americans in Russia shall have free Clothing center at G1S West Ssvcnth francs nnd pounds instead of good iumot be licensed The danger wtS that blind signa ture by publishers to an NRA code fair competition be con I1 S TUKASliKY BAlANCK WASHINGTON Nov Thi treasury net balance for Nov lf li i i il tiiivjii Hi 11 uv i strued as such waiving of constitu wis Miscellaneous Cdtitinuctl on Last PIKC j Cjsion wjn 13C handed down short lj j work i tional riyhls internal revenue receipts that day MEXICO CITY Nov Two hundred Roman Catholic CTirches in the Federal District clccctl today as the government strict enforcement of the law NO CHANGE IN TO LOCAL GROUP TODAYS GOLD PRICE The American Federation of Labor throuah tho International Hrclhcr iimiiin clmrciics to one for each 0 Twinsters Chauflcurs and oOOOO people WASHINGTON Nov lS The uovenrncai locay nar no rhanic in th pvice of ncwy mined Helpers of Indiana has Erintrd a i American cold from the SDSafi an HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Hy United Press 1 charterfor a local of thcorgjiniraj ouncs price yfstrrtiay The price ition in Delaware county This was as remained uncnanpeo lor Needy Kiddies of City A mrirne in Chrstrr City i instrad nf joy to many KIUAIT council cliribrrs afternoon public spirited Inr insured fre to ithourtid youngjoiiiid hand again to give this city rcrs of this city that iliTy will have nianv unfortunate a parly that will And so we have made it perfectly j wrre S2652fi03fif Customs ycceipts i fi lio tnrrmrTI Nnt In Wptp dom of worship as they please and that clergymen shall not be barred from the Soviet Union because of their profession plain that we sicn a iodfl only in an for the month through Nov 16 were cfTorl to help alone the rrrmploy 51523151404 mrnt campaign of the President In fnrl it is not really a code at ail but merely an agirirmrnt to line up wih lhe Recovery so as freedom of the is not throa rucd U ot the proposed coJo n final meeting of the team rfpiying to an oral question by trn specifically stipulates that at the first captains and workers yeslcrdiy at Welfare Fund Reaches i A fourth exchange of letters in which Lilvinov promised that a con sular convention would beconcluded pivins the nationals of he United States in the Soviet Union all rights enjoyed by nationalof any tivivcl nation A memorandum from Litvinov announced today by E H Reinhart I Delaware county representative of the American Federation of Labor price Tlv the pfTnrl nf li vnr Tid mn n capuiuis ana worKcrs yrsicroij HsHS m be o ki U m a i lonlmueti on l A meeting will bo held tomorrow j London today Tocinvs Washington price was n i wvjmicu nun in cents umer thc world price set in citjzcns Of Chester as a body afternoon at 2 oclock in Carpenters Uhc LAst year was a year of trouble and it F te rn States A N IXJUKK1 Hall Fifteenth and Esrcy streets at which time a permanent organiza yesterday Based Ition will bc effected and thc charter j change rate for i AM1 Ik kvni r i K JV Fnc Lonaon price today was 123 ori f f many nnd few kid and liili iirrc 0 1 111 till ntrrfj IIV1111 n P i will be formally prcscviicd by Ir j SV23 this was Reinhart Norman Snydcr a Iccal ati S3388 a fino ounce AT paper Profits Hourscml Horatin Iliipii Infilce Appomaltox ist I tovncy will address mcctinp oiiiip John J Anihy Tiir Bard OROCKRIES 1 riausfone Tliisllr Plav Or Valcra i Frniik Dullcn of Ridley Park nn on the j s1 1 AWI in v01 jtlies looked forward to the Yuletide needed The nign ex Rs i3Cjng a of pleasure nnd pany through j v ic potind sterling to Thev were hopeful when it J Mrs Anna King of 340 Taylor tor Stanley Warner rac suffered an injtiry to her right John Mulhali man Yesterday afternoon about 4 oclock i heard from and the cam October 30 The Public Health Nursing Service Salvation Army 1I1C WASHINGTON Nov forecast Kastcrn Pennsylvania Generiilly fair tonight and Sunday nnt cllild i B of the local Stanley theater and i when she was struck ami knocked i Health Center teams yesterday ex anlilrisoutheasVporl was announced would be aThomas Magnin manager of the down by an antomoWle while walking public Christmas but ihfv wore Waslrnrton Thrater has again taken on the sidewalk in front of the Giant j congiatulated b t e ofTic y i Western PennsylvaniaGenerally Thedoiiar renamed at 6laO cents i ilUlc riotibtfiil Grrt was th lean in this great movement Mr Market on West Ninth street ncarl A motion was niaco o be p cscnud far onehl in Svulrtrlv Colder to whn they arrival Miilhnll has donated lhn Stanley Pcnn to the thi wanner in west por the Stanley Theatre Candy toys Thcatrv for a benefit show to bej Thc driver of the car which ran BKHKELKY Cal Nov and four hour cnterlainnicnt wailed given on Drccmbrr 10 ths entire pro over curb i nrAn ut j loiiBnuuiiuvu uv unuiuii rcnnsylvania rarl A motion was made to bf presented rair loniKlt und Sunrtny to the board of tluvctors that the tljghl Wanncr Ii jn a me Welfare Federation 3C linn Sunday I employ of th Tyior Hospital rei Ftirriclc F Forbes former Plulajiliem They spent a happy happy irKnights finl 01 inr1 iiyior nospitni re ii r roroes 101 irui ruunj i IILIM inm v Wise IiUlc Slnkes 7cm portedi to the police ycstcrdav thai R dolphin and Scranton Pi nut tec lila llarklinp Sfonr Martin i thief broke the window in his roito pnperman died hrre yesterday after This year saw but hltlc roiici for party SMrUawav mobile while it wrs parked cu Pen a brief illness H at one time was Ihe many families who hrv iiccn j The nuclM Nrtl O jneli street yrstrday morning and in of the Philadelphia jpmhrd dovni by the depression lo go o cc in chaise of the Tho license as I with i cloutly track fast stole a small quantity of groceries North American Christmas is still a time of regret asnumber of thc machine was noted the State Welfare unit ana isubscribers and lurnrd over lo police A checkup have been Christmas ivirlv not lhe police station revealed thr car A mectiuR of the directors will be j Ohiistmas iR y Ltluva M Mcssick Booth held in December presumably in DCj Continued on Page Two wyn road Unvvood ccmbcr 4 TODAYS fi 1 m a m 8 a m 9 a m 35 in a m 36 U a m 38 Noon 40 H 19 42   

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