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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              AFTER THE OFFICIAL TABULATION FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Brut News of the Day 58TH 17755 Urllv Lowed Wire Rcwoils o United Press UP nncl International News Service 1TS CHESTKU A TUKSDAY NOYKMIiKK PKICE TWO GENTS TALBOT NAMES HOUSE PROBEON RUM PROMISES To Sift Charge Distilleries Were Promised Favors for Bribes Offered State Stores Busi ness One Man Tells Com mittee SOVIET ENVOY TO U S BOMB DAMAGES HARRISBURG Pa Nov Grover C Talbot named a committee of five members today to conduct an investigation of charge that a Pittsburgh distillery had beei promised fivesixths of the business for the proposed state stores in re turn for bribe money Tc named the Following representa tives Morton Witkin Philadelphia chairman James K Ruby Allegheny Thomas B Wilson McKean A J While Hutton Franklin and William McElwce Jr Lawrence A Leo Weil representative of the Schenley Products Company near Pittsburgh makers of Gibson and SCOTTSBORO JUDGE A A TKOVANOVSKY IN FOURTH WARD Early iMornirig Explosion Arouse Residents in East piitl North Sections Livesof Men Sleeping in Mission in Adjoining Building Endangered A bomb explosion about 430 oclock this morning tore a large hole in Ihc roof nnd badly damaged the ceil ing over the dance floor of the Lit tle Club at East Sixth street It was the second time in two years the place has been bombed Just as before the bombing is be lieved to have been the work of am ai tents About a couple of minutes beI fore the bomb believed to have been 1 compounded of dynamite roared warning of destruction two men were heard running over the root of the Chester Rescue Mission adjoining the club I Sixtyeight men sleeping in the mission were awakened and their PECHIN TAKES LEAD IN OFFICIAL COUNT OF VOTES Tabulation of Voles Cast in Norwood and Park side live Him Advantage ChcekUj of M2 Precincts Completed Yesterday Court Blocks Protest BY COUNTY GROUP IN FEDERAL COURT LINDBERGHS AT FAYAL AFTER STORMY FLIGHT Nathan Perhin Democratic date lor Sheriff held a lead of Ifi7 votes over Major General William G Price Jr Republican as the tabhilat irg board it Media completed M pre cincis yesterday in the closestoffi idiil tabulatuv in the county1 hisj ill the lory Kiyhlcen prerincls were completed yesterday ami raeh precinct clutngerl Ihe leading candidate From morning until the board rtntrhcd at 4SO first Pechin and ihrn Price would be ahead Ihe heretofore drab ounl Iiitcrust in Uie eelcbniliil ScoUsUoro nig of votrs assumed tlie aspect of CUM now roiiiinp up for the third a thrilling baseball game or horse time al Dcfatur Ala lias been in rmcl attracted almost as much tcnsificd by Ibc appeal nf defense at ntion turuey Samuel lo IrcsUlint The complete vote for 142 precinct W CAUAIIAN Surprise Announcement of John R K Scott Brings Verdict of Jury to 48 Hours Away It Is Summing Up for Government This Afternoon in Effort to Convict 74 on Trip Through Kaiu Judge Gordon to Address Jury Tomorrow Morning in Effort to Win Freedom for All Defendants Then Judge Welsh Will Charge the Plea of Guilty En tered This Morning from Lisbon Maintained Communica tion En Route with Por tuguese Stations passed by the house Speaker Grover iKton lie held the important post of C Talbot was authorized today to vicechairman nf the Slate Flanninir name a committee of five meinbers Commission to conduct the mvcstigaiion Reprc sentative Witkin Philadelphia who and on the place dircctlv opposite where those sleeping on lhc sccolld floor r were housed sponsored the motion probably will COUNTY RESIDENT said he believes the men be chairman As stated m the resolution Weil told the committee t ui We are perfectly willing to pay our T Herbert Clegg 42 of Brookline therc to a rear addition of the build full share of taxes x x But we are Darby recently appointed asj jng and then to the main roof of the I not going to be treated as an outjSistnlu to the electrical engineer in j mission building which they crossed law s x We have already nad nppli Charpc of operations at Muscle The bomb had been placed dircptly cations for payments of certain shoals was killed at Crossville Tcnn I OVer Ihe bar located in the rear of the STORES MEASURE STILL HELD UP IN SOUTH reached the roof over the club rooms i by climbing to the roof of a garage 1 ihe rear of the mission and from mllllC 111 11 0 U S C after H a ci end of group and the island Is complete votes for the offices ex the natural midocean landing place j cliKiing the sheriffs aiv for transatlantic iliers who take the T Stewart Rei southern route i publican 23C3S A J Crawford Lindberghs flight from San Miguel Democrat 255i jat the eastern lip of the hlands to j S Panconst the Island of Fayal was more speedy j Republican 25G8 J F Gallagher t than his lonRer haul over the Democrat 25439 ridden Atlantic nearly l00 miles from Clerl of Mink publican 25327 W O llgcnfriu Although he had maintained two Demccrat 254G5 hourly communication with the Por Jury T Hlb tuguese authorities ihe various posi iberd Republican 25200 J V Gallaj tions he reported showed his speed Democrat 25392 i greatly cut down by stift winds and amounts so that when you pass your yesterday when his car overturned building a distance of about 16 feet Arrl i Director of the H Peoples i ain snuaHs i1 consulting en nom the rear wall QUUMUKis I ur Itl i Thc explosion which shook houses in the eastern and northern sections j of the city and rattled windows did bridge the men after placing the j control bill and put it in the hands of j ciegg formerly was the state controlled stores parties gjncer for the P V T who say they can control things and i He was named assistant to Llewel if we would pay them a certain iyn Evans by the Tennessee Valley amouiit they will see that we get Authority on October 1 His wife i riot break a single window in the fivesixths of the business j Mrs Ethel Clegg and their son Her mission building According to Sea This statement disrupted the hear bert 15 were planning to move to ing at which persons had spoken for j Knosville Term headquarters of the and against the permanent tax bill Authority in a few days Weil when questioned further reI fused to name the persons who had made such promises When Governor Pinchot was in formed of the charges he demanded H legislative investigation which is expected to start today sons Proposed Conditions Report In Republican Samuel Coodley Labor i Democrat 25721 LISBON Portugal Nov 21 Three defendants freed of charges by Ihc KOV ernmenl his afternoon They are James F Dougherty of Ridley Park widely known sportsman John Shields of he Fifth ward Chester and Patrolman Kcardon of the Eleventh ward Prosecutor Keyes their cases nolle prossed The 71 IcIemlanLs in the sensational Delaware county liquor conspiracy casn will know thvir fate within the next 18 hours This was indicated late this morning when John 11 K Scott of counsel for the defendants announced that no defense would be olVercd to the charges of conspiring to violate the national prohibition act The climax of the trial entering its eighth week elec trified everyone in the courtroom with the exception of those in the secret The defense counsel started their side of the case today after a holiday yesterday The govern ment closed its case on Saturday Director of the Poor uncxpired i Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Judge Welsh said lhat he hoped Katherine Sriingicr Ret Mrs Lindbergh left in their seaplane complete their nr HARHISEURG Pa Nov 21 CUPI Battle raged on the Hoar of the IHibliCin 25018 Helen M Hackcttjat 710 n in today for a mldAtlan t fivci0ur limit for Democrat J5393 i tic port understood to be Ponta t11 Pcchin trailing by votes when GLENOLDEN WOMAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE iDEBT QUESTIONS PLAN TO FIGHT I BETWEEN SOVIET DI vcstcrdays count started made large Continueil on Page Ten House toaay when the Administra pj15 in Norwood nnd Pavksidc jtions liquor control bill var called the dav to finally pass j on second reading despite all prc i arranged plans to insure passage of i the measure Garia in the Azores TSC miles tn the each vcsi The Ministrv of Marine Special Prosecutor Keyes began his began summation at 1 oclock this after lilt IM li I ri VI vi wirelessing hourly weather reports for i noon and it was previously indicated he would talk until i p m A careful checkup of the official 1 Clinton A Sowers FhiUuieiphia ed j the forces against the measure which it was under AMERICA I stcorl two hours before had brcn Continued nn Last MOTOUSIUP CLEARS Mrs Helen Miter 24 who lives Protest Proposed Increased j Litvinov and Treasury with her father George Strouse at 142 North Wells avenue Glenolden drank a quantity of poison with al leged suicidal intent according to Glenolden police last night Assessments for Indus trial Plants in County Using Efforts to Crawl Out Gracefully i izaiion with amendments The gov I crnor had agreed to such amend ments When the hill which Continued nn Last Face FILM I Sim Oil Company Marcus MEXICO CITY Nov shiP cleared in ballast vide for State stores and the licens Tracy American moving picture faced arraignment today on of retail dlspsnsJ charges of violation of public morah jing of intoxicants wa reached on I the calendar a half hour after Ihe i House reconvened Representative Glenolden ponce iasi nigni i nunac icvjunvfiuu Police say the young woman who Committee IS Appointed to Might Affect Other Allied i Sowers objected to dispensing with n is from hcr husband had i c n u t m i j oj j the cosnmitlcc of the whole iri I quSrrd with a sister in the house Confer Members Of Obligations Clean Slate i Consequently it was necessary for j Oc result of a personal appearance in formal and undrapnd on a hotel The motovship Chester Sun Cnp tuin J H Huttcn cleared yesterday ths customs office for Los Hook DR C A FEDERAL WORKS Tomorrow morning former James Gay Gordon Sr personal counsel for State Senator John J McClurc and head of the defense counsel will begin his niRumcnt to win freedom for nil the defendants Judge Welsh will then give his charge and the jury will get the case by tomorrow night By Thursday a quarrel last night Following the quarrel she left the house about 9 oclock and walked to the corner of Mac Dade boulebard and Cooke avenue Tax Revision Board Suggested to at the j Speaker Grover C Talbot to j Representative A J j Franklin to the rostrum for the pur An unusually large and representaj WASHINGTON Nov of presiding where she quaffed the alleged poison iive nvetmr Of industrial interests right 1933 by the United Immediately a bombardment of ua i irf u rhrTctpr rinh 511 Soviet American agreement which i amendments to the bill broke from Mwood of 7 North Bonsai j as au lRv OHIO an CXpunge the past and enable antiadministration forces They were avenue Glenolden who was passing Weloh street yesterday under the both countries to inaugurate their rej amendments not agreed the street intersection heard the girl auspices of mumble something and noticing that sociation of she was ill soon ascertained the purpose of cause She was removed to Fitzj sessments eeraldMercy Hospital at Darby for the Assessment where the poison was removed from j Taxes agai her stomach and she was allowed to in Chester and throughout the i Moscows counterclaims for Ameri further delay until an agricement return home j county icas 1918 military expedition to Archj can be insured beyond a doubt for JI Charles A Turner president of angel would b included in the passage of the control bill with cer ATTTO OVERTURNS nssocation ant President of the icant agreement if negotiations Comj tain amendments i Chester Lace Mills acted as chairj missar Maxim Litvinov is conducting Rep Hiram G Andrews Cambria FOLLOWING CRASH i man and explained that industrial J under high pressure with the state independent offered a motion to de It was alleged tVut only in a blanket ap n pcared on the balcony Sunday dinin il the mammoth parade in celebration 1 of the anniversary of the revolution i against the dictator Porfirio Diaz Tracy police charged shouted in sults while the crack corps of cadets from the Chapultepec Military Acti Point were rvisc Projects in Will Delaware sumes Duties 2BALLOON1STS LANDEDSAFELY ATBAYSIDENJ Lieut Settle Started Ycs at Akron to plore Stratosphere morning the defendants will know their fates it is confidently expected This mornings proceedings wero drab until the startling announce ment of Attorney Scott was made One hour and twenty minutes had been consumed by live of the defense attorneys William T Connor John E McDonouuh William C Alexan der John J Stefscr and Adrian Bonelli in filing motion for the strik ing out of certain pieces of testimony given by government witnesses The first motion offered by Mr Connor asked that all the testimony offered by the government be stricken out Judge Welsh this nnd adopted the same1 procedure to the remaining motions and granted ex ceptions After the motions had been dis posed of the defense proffered Judge Welsh a list of points to consider in i his charge to the jurythen Scott made the announcement We go to the jury in the governments case A moment of utter shocked silencs Creeled the statement then an aud ible murmur ran through the court room Newspapermen dashed past chairs and through doora to tele phone wires Some of the defendants t sat with immobile faces others seemed confused and excited Court declared a recess at thU and the jury was led from the room while all others remained Judga Dr Charles A Ernst Park well known in this section today bc mTTTTrr V cuiimcuuna m uiii tumuii luuii uu QuILKLi liLOrhi his duties as Administrator of that ha conclude hours for were nofc to i i Keyes it is expected will have a for his industrial Lieutenant Commander T G SetSUIllmatiO1 of 30000 ftords Wncn he tic and Major Chester L Fordney heard Scotts announcement that no first Americans to penetrate the An automobile owned Stafford of Twenty Chestnut streets was a collision last rnght d r j i t 3 aiiuuii1 tiz uarvvii u ilitll section of Twentysecond street and companies in to forestall t the Treasury Hjnry Morgcnthau Jr Providence avenue Stafford was marked discrimination against them aro traveling east on Twentysecond street and the other car was going cuities under south on Providence avenue at the i iRtjOring in After commenting upon the diffi which industry was arc using the utmost ingenuity in a and appealed from the ruling i morning a J lr i Federal Works in Delaware county following his appointment to the stratosphere landed in this remote position bv Eric H Biddle who corner of New Jersey last night and the administration work in 54 reportcci that their balloon ascen countlos of Pennsylvania sion almost 11 miles above the earth Dr Ernst was present yesterday in a success Major Fordney walked ihrce miles swamp early lodpy to the Continued nn Page Ten RAIN PREDICTED FOR AREA TODAY Harrisburg where the Federal Works reported as fair this i ndnrinistra tors met as a preliminary through n step in pulling to work the reach a telephone and spread determined effort tocome to terms on speakerTaibotttrged the House to j Young Carducci is a Sophmore at 000 to 535000000 allotted to this news of the safe landing the ole remaining obstacles present troublesome past which might impede time The top and fenders of Staf ljncs particularly to the heavy American harmony fords car were damaged Neuhcr o burden of Federal State and local That Litvinov decided lo remain in of the defeat Sovcrs motion for printing of Chester High School The blood poi state by the Federal authorities for Commander Settle remained witn Russoj the amendments and it was voted soning set in from an infection when the plan which has ns its object a the balloon to guard the instruments and down 110 to 88 the drivers was hurt the boy jabbed a led pencil in his pro R ram of work which will return i and other equipment Ti major Govcrnor Pinchot has stated he is leg Little attention was paid lo ths approximately i000000 men to jobs was taken to a farmhouse and given i Tno temperature here yes i taxation now being carried Mr TurI this country for at least ajveek after j for the liquor control bill as intro wound but the pain in ths len grew within the next few months Of a cup of coffee tcrday was 52 degrees at 330 p jner called upon J H Ward Hinkson President Roosevelts departure from i duced bv James H McClure Allei worse He finally told his mother the Mate funds the portion allotted A detail of New Jersey state police tnc mvcst was 30 at 12 10 a MISSION SERVICES Rev Albert of the PaulI leader in the successful fight which Order of Missionaries from New i has been waged in recentweeks York Citv preached the sermon at against the new assessments in Dcla lorh yiijr p Michaels ware county to explain the status of Uie mission Thursday i the assessments insofar as they affect ihe will I that all in Pleach plant have been specially j solicitor of the association and a which Increasing cloudiness is predicted today with rain tonight in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware d It will be colder to rn Washington was due entirely to the i but there is a strong indicaand Dr Rocco I C was to this county and which will be arrived to escort Forrincy back to the rh avcrngcof 46 was two degreca Continued on Last Page summoncfl The serious condition i under the expenditure supervision of balloon They planned to bring normal for the date and six de evening asscsscri by the Board of Assessment and that existing assessments in Dcla APPEAL IS MADE FOR WOMENS COATS WASHINGTON NOV 21UP Contiinirtl on Ten warranted the boys immediate moval to the hospital U S TUEASURYBAIANCK reI Dr ErnM is S73616 Allocation of mandcr Settle to the farmhouse crces above the average November 20 funds has nade according to We made what the commander ist year Maximum temperature for county populations called a normal landing said Ford tne js 74 established in 1013 When questioned this morning con ney We were unhurt and the balj minimum 22 in 1331 cernin his definite plans for the loon was not damaged wasSl25431232107 Miscellaneous From the Home Service Ssclion of tcrnal revenue receipts that riry were i Lowry a n A 111 S1 vnnn4nt t lltn IH T1in HKIEF FILE STOLEN A thief last night entered an autoi the theft to the police mSbile owned H Martin of elMORGENTHAU NAMES Sproul street while the vehicle was on the highway near his and stole business Acting Secretary of Treasury Mor genthrui used the occasion of an nouncing appointment of three new treasury officials today to deny that his order restricting department of ficials from divulging fiscal informa fices of the Chester Chapter Ameri can Red Cross has come an urgent Continued on Last Papc i request for four winter coats for women which arc greatly needed by clients of the chapter There is also j still need for two coal burning cook j 5175500921 Custom receipts lor lhc month through Nov 18 were 36627 of the 2i forcing a Simriso today was at 653 a m and m eastern that lie We suffered dtirm sunscl wm bs at would immediately consider any pro the night i standard time pons from municipalities and com Thc night to an altitude of more tezsASi a qtianut or canned goods fU hl following rcgiilations than 58000 feet only some 4000 feet j Continueil on Pacr Ten MR TOLLIN IN FLORIDA THREE NEW AIDES have been in demand for somo time Beds which were rc HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press NO ONE INJURED An automobile owned by John Mackman of 1031 Yalcs avenue Mar cus Hook was damaged LABORITE HALTS i DRIVER OF DEATH CAR EXONERATED Calls Those Present ParaFatal Injuring of Young GETS NEW TRSE SNATCHER ESCAPED last night turn from AT BOWIE tlon constituted censorship j wiirn in making a left Morgcnthau named Earl Bailie New Fifth street into Edgmont avenue ork special assistant in charge of another vehicle driven by David sites as George V Opens Parliament While she was standing at the cor i ner of Fourth and Reaney streets shortly after 8 oclock last night a the hand i 024 West i the fieri north purse con Frank Tollin of 516 East Twenty first street founder of the well known furniture firm of this city is ABSENCE LEAVE now in St Petersburg Florida where he will spend the winter For the past few years Mr Tollin has gone south during the winter months for the benefit of his health ir Tollin accompanied on his trip south HARRISBURG Nov INS Senator John J McClure Delaware county on trial in Philadelphia for purse the thief a on Reinoy street Horatio Hnpii Mint Slntl Passion Interruption i Luck In In India Jnsl Remember My HirthtUy Forty Days Triolet i i j I Carbon Hymp Drajjon Uncle Donald Pretty Wise Cap italist Mobile Sergeant Hill II Afloat Fairly Wild Axcnby The Doctor Olamay clear Track fast Yorl fiscal olds LONDON Nov affairs William H McRcynj Brown of 733 Mary street collided i Gsorgc finishing Athlete at Broomall Unavoidable tamed si in casn ann 7 i both the home of Mrs and hers Daniel Bradley the 20year oid mtomobile a letter nd other papers nounccd leave of absence for the week drscription of the thief has been for McClure had been asked and taincd S5 in cash and the keys to cin session of conspiracy to violate the national pro this year by his son Abe Tollin who hibition laws today had another has returned to Chester with the absence from the report that hus father is comfortably the lecislature i situated for the winter Lieut Gov Edward C Shannon an state speech to former athlete of Malvern PiTpara administrative assistant nnd with it None of the occupants of Parliament today stood in his ermine i tory School whose body was found on llnlijhed the police tracks of the Philalhia and Oliphant pcncral counsel I cither car was injured Aged Negro Promises Ghost Warm Reception The ghost walks behind Broadi lection meadows Farms But the ghost i come robes before h Ihron and heard the tracks of the Philadelphia and 1 John McGovcrn hot hrndcct labor West Chester Traction Company al member of commons shou that those Broomsill near midnight of Saturday yy ry t present were parasites living on the November 11 came to his drain TO suffering of the poor j through an unavoidable accident You Vre a Ban of idle para Tlirwas the conclusion of a cor sitcs Hfincon the wealth other pco which listened to a mun pic create shouted McGovcrn be of witnesses for more than two i So closely did the interruption of j hour liisi night in the Haverford the august palhcrinc follow concluj police station They exonerated Wil fion of the Kings speech from the j Hani livman hotel supply man of granted TODAYS GOIn PRIC J3376 WASHINGTON Nov Thc government today raised its prica on liowly mined gold to nn ounce from yesterdays price of S3366 an overnight increase of 10 cents an ourcc Toys for Poor Children Weatlier Real Bargains In Times Ads Somebody got an oak dining room suite at a rcil bargain price when F E Stockwell 118 Barker ruemie Sharon Hill advertised the suite for sale n few days ago Thc suite was sold through a Chester Times classified advertisement better watch where he walks from now on for there is an old Negro woodsman with a doubcbarrclcd i shotgun out scouting for him Late last Saturday night Edward Bccchmrn aged daylaboring Negro 1 who lives aone in a little shanty I elcse behind lhc pray walls of the I new county prison near Concordville The Kins nd Queen the Queen in cnifhcd was found on the trolley WASHINGTON Nov i Thr wcatlvcr forrast Western Prnnsylvnnia HID Rain For under red flare illuminating two large white A piacctime service army of more enjoy their use longer The toys will than 1000 Boy Scouts will visit all j be collected and those that arc broken nj hl rrting Wednesday homes in this city and its surroundi will be made new again in the Scouts mornjnCii in cast and colder inp communities tomorrow and I workshop Those which are found to jn portion Thursday and will pacc at every j be in pood repair will be freshened awakened a scream He placards which were lump one on j her lamciis crown icwels were each side of some bushes facing the incr infront of their jthrones door of his iiousc The scrosin I looked were stand Tlcy ahsad ignoring the t rocks nnd county Hospital where the man wn1 pronounced dcul door a co announccincnt of tr for the collection np and added to the finished toys which will go into the hands of many colder New Tcrsry and eastern Pcnnsyl which from awakened the road him had come Next morning looked cut of his bedroom window ind what he saw in his lightning like gancc into the woods sent him back under the covers shivering and praying to the Almichty for pro Bcccham again etsryed to look from the window and again found to his horror two large signs still there awaiting his inspection Ed Bcecham can read a little In Continued on Papc Ten just before the throne and the members of the House of Commons Continued on Last Page used toys which they will make hundreds of needy children so that nf mnrntns Warmer to Saturdpy i their hearts may be gladacncd on ntght The boys will call at every home i Christmas Day The assisnmciu is a on that day in thi hope thatpt each I big oni for tho Boy Scouts but ij plac they will find the rcidents have I filled with good turns which every j made a search of close and storage Scout strives to render every day of ok out tovs either i the year Sonic persons may be in a children still 1 position to donate new toy and if i Continued on Page Ten i i younc or possibly law aMoe many Continued on Page Fifteen I years ago by those now too old to TODAYS 6 a m 7 a m 8 a in 9 a m 10 a 42 1 1 a tn 40 Noon 42 1 p m 44 2 p m 5S 54 55   

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