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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              THIS CHRISTMAS FINAL EDITION With AllLatest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17756 DnllsLcnsod Wlrr llcnorls ol United Press UP and International News Service IMS CHKSTIOK PA YYKDNKSDAY NOVKMBIOU 22 PHI CIS TWO CENTS COUNTY GROUP MAY KNOW LATETDM Chet A Keyes Concludes Governments Case With Plea for Conviction for 71 Defendants May Direct Acquittal of Three Freed Yesterday WOMAN SOARS TO SEA IN PLANE IN n in rv i mcr 017 TW A TH LiUl I 11 CLOUDY COLDER WEATHKK TODAY It will be cloudy and colder today land rain is probable this marninp in i i Kastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Oslavvnrt and Maryland It will be i generally fair and colder tomorrow The lushest temperature here yes icrday 02 decrees at p in and the lowcst was 35 at a in J3elieVCd iTlie avcrag of 111 was four degrees above both normal for the date and the average November 21 last year Maximum temperature for thc dale r ri r r i is 74 established in 1931 and minl Notc bays bhc as Going Imum in m 11179 T j c1 i o i l Sunrise today was at a m liilO OOaiC 10 iMIUl UUl and sunset will be fit p m What Its All About Eil5trm atimdarrt JOYcarold Widow s p o n 1 c n t Drowned in Ocean STATE LIQUOR CONTROL BILL TO PASS HOUSE Made Order of Husincss on Third Reading for 3 I p in Today Stale Stores Feature Re mains 51 lour Com mittee Hattle WHERE WIFE SLEW OIL HEIR FORMER RESIDENT OF CITY Defense Lawyers Open Final Argument With Attack on McClure EX JACKSONVILLE Fin rented airplane and its pilot who was despondent over Ihe death of her husband were believed ioday d in the Atlantic off Mrs Louise Turck Stanton 32ycar T C i socially prominent widow rented Of Brewery InterestsOCOtt Cites jan airplamat the local airport yes terday and flew out to ra Notes found in her automobile told a tale of despondency her dcsira to fly out into space and find out what its nil Km J CONVICT MUTINY IN EASTERN PEN UNDER CONTROL HAHRISBUUG Pa Nov 2J withstandinR tlie heavy attack of obstructionists Rovernoi Pinchols Control dale the sore spot of this extra legislative scheduled todnv lor iina Little Testimony Against Some This afternoon the defense counsel for Suite Senator John J IMcClure and 70 codefendants were continuing their arguments before a Federal jury in Philadelphia which may render a verdict by tomorrow Chct A Keyesspecial prosecutor concluded the Gov ernments case at 1055 oclock this morning after resuming his address which was interrupted by Tuesdays adjourn ment He bitterly assailed Senator McClure John E McDonough of this city startedoil the de fense counsel presentation at 1130 a m today followed by John K K Scott who at 215 resumed his address after luncheon recess and will speak about an hour more He will be followed by former Judge James Gay Gordon Sr and tomorrow morning Judge Welsh will charge the jury about and warned she would not return Airport officials saying the plane carried fuel sufficient for only a four hour flight expressed belief it had crashed drowning Mrs Santon yes terday afternoon Fliers estimated that thc craft could Slave ventured at Fire to Dyehouse jmash Machinery Cause S20000 Damage Extra Guards Auginciiliivt the regular out of a fivehour cn j counter yesterday slightly marred in i minor details but retuininf ls main v I operated liquor Mores the House sat as a coni of he whole to receive the act upon amendment ii heard the control bill termed the brain child of Ihe Antisaloon League by Hep A Sowers Philadelphia I For a time it appeared the stale jstores might be eliminated through ihe insertion ot amendments and the administration program would be i wrecked Since Governor Pinchot has said 00 miles out lo sea before being gtmrds state police avmod with tear provide for state stores and Ihe forced down I gas bombs and sawodofl shotguns elimination of he saloon it would The woman flier was married sevi ivanSfOrmcci he PenitonUarv lmc meant Ihf end of the dry era in eral months ago to Gordon Stanton Philadelphia into an armed camp pnnsylvinia withoutcontrol legisla oday after the 1300 convicts staged cstruclive riol in the him Bllt thc aclministralion aided by aid history of the instiiii tlu Republican organization and part of the Democratic minority bolstered Clubs and torches in the hands of strength lo defeat amend a band of 75 dcspcnue long termers which would provide for thc Defense Attacks U S Indictment Keyes Concludes Government Case who was killed recently in an auto mobile accident In one of the notes Mrs Stanon explained that she did not want her death to look like an accident and be another black eye to aviation A note to Major H airport of her manner Yonge owner of the ship apologized GENERAL PRICE REGAINS LEAD IN Tabulation of Hallols in 158 Precincts Jives Him Ma jority of 8 Voles Petitions for Opening1 of Chester Machines Are Presented to Court Like a iiganllc pendulum She leart In Ihe light for the sheriffs offlca swung nnrt forth yesterday and it was not iinlll 130 that It was known thai Major General William G Trice Jr Republican candidate war leadini by 11 votes with 15S ot tin countys U38 precincts officially tabulated With only 81 precincts remaining lo be tubulated Price has a total of UH3 votes while Nathan Pechin of Wayne Democratic candidate liai Wlien he Inbulitling board at Media started the count yesterday Pechln was en joy ins a lend of 107 voles vilh 14 a precincts tal lied Through the day thc lead chanced hands at least a ckwcii times the board tabulated 10 additional Yesterdays tabulation Price 3T28 votes to Pechins 3053 Albert Dutton MncDadc in charje of the tabulation accepted seven petitions to have voting ma chines opened and the lists showing the voters assisted checked Four the petitions were directed against precincts in Ihe Ninth ward this city one in the Third ward this city one in Middletown township and one in Chester township On Monday Sheldon A Clark heir n ills fathers j tho court ruled thai the petitions tbr former damcr Audrey Smith I were not in order because ihcy were billbrd me shown wiih presented by Norman Snyder an at For more than two hours yesterday nicnt was offered by Rep Sowers and jiarrv one of their two suns was formerly a wellknown llnnuUvay figure lorncy and were presented ahead of Uluus ana torcnes in me lianas ol nn mutim i vr A i a band of 75 desperate long termers mcll which would provide for thc LLJ ite to Major H A Maloney madc n shambles out of he dye shop division of Ihc state into ten zones manager requested that news md wcave nom aml damaged the under thc jurisdiction of a three Mansion in Paiilsbnrn N J Shelc b handled in a dunimca j chaplains caiarters Loss member board No mention was Sinclair Oil millions was slmt by bis wife WHS estimated at about SMOOO j of stale This amendj ilfr lr lai strllu r r t L iiJl for her use of it and said that ar lftcmoon the baul of t5 prisoners Rep Joseph G Strcdlc Ailcphcny rrnscments had been made to re n cftofls of Riiards aiuP After Ihe KOUSR rose from the com Til n t no iiitj r n inn t i i i 1 i John E McDonough of this city In an eloquent and dramatic plea place thc wrecked macnme i citv poUccmen Vo drive mittce of ihc whole to consider the arose at oclock this morning for conviction Chet A Keyes special I am just torn out into space to iivo tllci Several shots Wl second reading as amended to begin the closing argument oftho government prosecutor ended the find out what its nil about and if fuod bul no oc vss joporltd by McClurn the opponents made no defense He spoke only briefly He governments case in thc trial of M here isnt anything thats O K wounclj i further attempts to halt action first explained to the jury that an State Senator John J McClure and too she wrote Maloney me ringleaders were placed in an It hen was made a special order act of conspiracy in cither state or 71 codefendants in Federal Court m Mrs Stsnton daughter of Colonel i ccf biock mtjcr icavv uuardof business on the third reading cal Fcderal courts was outlawed after a Philadelphia today Raymond C Turek and Mrs Tuvck nighL Pnci deprived of their cndar for p in today period of three years and therefore Im through lie stated at had been interested in aviaiicn for dinnnl warden Herbert J Hard As amended l hi bill would provide the present indictment was faulty a m My responsibility after eight three years She obtained the plane i QiH Mrv iu ulti rney McDonough a p p c a r e d weeks is ended Thc responsibility from Laurie Yonge a local flier who chiefly ley sociated Th Donate James Folcy John J Dolan j Carry and stationed at Mi p Trainir plant of tbe Sinclair nmiinny rcsiiled it IHiiluiinn AillaRc this city CLARK FACES i CLUB GIRLS STAGE FASHION Gaiiagher and the i haveand as the court has I thank were convinced Mrs7stantons iong I cnTered1 thWthe boVc latter included Fred McDowell and you gentlemen start made futile rnv for her I He Tdded Hecent activities of f Zeke Pirker I This statement concluded one of or her plane if bolh had plunged into i nri n riish fmih nenire of the Y W C A ir on your responsibility as I search over the ocean although they smith barclv had the men 10 ihn nnnrt Vine T tVionl Onilill UcULlv lum int Illtll Warrant Issued Cor Alleged Slayer of Her Husband in N J Home CENTURY CLUB IN ANNIVERSARY llnsc Thirtyeight precincts are to be tabulated before Ihc olficial count of the voter cast in Chester starts A3 the board has been averaging eight een precincts daily it is expectacl that the Chester count will start Fri and the borrd should strenuous task by Mon Fortieth Birlhdav M a r k c d h Tvograin According lo the Chester Times Pirfv flRlnTS Price is now leading by 203 1 1111 votes for 3B precincts complete H I V prCR dropped ten votes yesterday in 1 l j an Upper Providence precinct whera l lie was crcditcn with 275 votes in 1 stead of 2G5 All other prccincia Kxoneralcs McClure the whistle if both had plu thc mast dramatic and one of thi lhc Vnter the purpose she had in ntf longest cases of tha government 111 After reviewing the evidence oi the vcars A tsn bminute rcccss govcrninent concerning alleged ship was ordercd tay the court after which nor Judge James Gay Gordon i ll lp JJ J1 Ull IliC l 1V TwlL VA j mfantile paralysis She wasa leader pf iron andwhatever weapons they the TriHi Club cluded an n ercsting fashion show staged in the monts of beer ths attorney argued that the appearance of the Recorder of Deeds of Delaware county with In the presence of more than 150 Of Deeos 01 unaware cuuntj i ti f M tvio mni m gL 11011 anu waatuvui vvuiiijuut uiuy u official papers proved tn tho in tllc work of thc Junior could find and started smajhing members and their Guests thc girls i i r nn rmoKin xULillLLi LU LllL LVNo J trirl iti ntHcf nf f Trtf n f fnr itifr that Senator McClure was in no way o associated with the brewery during1 the years 192729 whpn rl Kcvcs wlio started m iitl according to the government illegal dress vcsteiday aUsrnoon aftc the beer was made there fhs recmds s ise Qf thc defcnsc in ofTor Mr McDonough stated snpwca C A m nQ wUncsseSi rcsumcd his sum Bodme was tne pwner and mation 0ciock this morninR Bodine was never produced as a govi Re sajd Gcntlemsn of tlic ernment witness yesterday I overlooked same salient The Government today fixed its price and ratcd an artist of more niachinery in the shops The damage I displayed clothes suitable for evening l gui than average ability done is by far the worst since the isportsjind afternoon wear and school 1 un v J VJ k A Jit KJ U V Ll IIIUCIIL LUVltt V 11ACU Regarding John J Do an M MC ts in m addrcss lo l nev1 mincd American Donough stated L ticuiarly refer to the rum smuggUng S3376 an olmcSj unchangcd nn and tLrc which occurred at Chester At this tcrday i convicts have been riotins jllsc Those who took part an models While police were arriving a fireiwcre Peggy Hamilton Elizabeth n pro company apparatus clanged through ROES Bertha Hancy Katherine FIXED Al the gates nnd lunied itr hose on Jral1 Orr Lawton i flames and prisoners alike Dorothy Dahn M a r g a re t eel WASHINGTON No UP i The guard atop the grim waHs was Dorothy Gimn Betty Byron Janet JMJ Ul doublcd alld maciiine guns fired into Becker Ruin Moore Virginia Fowler gold at from yes on one indictment and one count jjlc vard Roberta Milbourn Calliope Diacum i Tlic midcity area was virtually i Loretta Hughes Elvira Custcr denuded of patrolmen as the police i Marion Fryer Fae Ellis Helen Martin Kathleen Munce Josephine Sidwell Continued on Tasje Im Lois Agan A bridesmaids dress was displayed by Harriet Oliver a club Here Keyes reviewed thc all these men not guilty f you any testimony of D Harvey Sykcs former i doubt about anv member of the group constable who stated on the stand jJg of defendants bcina member ot the that he had been summoned by John i I 7 tn vnrnnTc rvf U S TREASURY BALANCE adviser and wedding dresses by Mrs S j McGinnis and Betty Pedlov from i WASHINGTON Nov A Thanktriving supper be held is early The Treasury net balanc for No nest week by thc girls of the TriHi D S K Adclman real estate operator o thi city has returned from Slain Sinclair Heir Former Resident Here Sheldon Clarkheir to oil mil lions who was shot and killed by his esshowglrl wife Audrey in their Friulshoro N J home is a former resident of this eily hav ing lived at 110S Pine lane Buck man Village At thc time of his local resi dence which was far about six months in the years 1D24 and 1025 Clark was employed at the Sin clair Oil Refining plrnt in He was working in a const ruction unit and was classed as an ordinary workman Thc murdered man was classed as a piayooy by associates in Paulsboro and was widely along New Yorks Broadway for a number of ycars He maintained that reputation during his short stay in this city and many tales are related in the neighborhood of Buckman Village concerning his activities ConUuuctl on Pire Ten ELECTS OFFICERS Forty years of active club life were rounded out yesterday afternoon with benefiting ceremonies as the New Century Club of Chester gave 1 luncheon party in commemoration of its birthday anniversary The timehonored custom of in vitlriE ciicsts was observed again this year with the result Uiat the Iniuc auditorium was filled with tables at AWeiss was chosen president nnd which were seated local club members FHenry Jr William P nice and H and officials from many neighboring LDMoms vicepresidents Fred Hart Uljr ilcy was elected treasurer A At a long table directly below thc j Whiltakcr secretary and Arthur wnc seated the president Mrs rccretary At the annual election of Ihe Rut ledgs Horticultural Society Edward Fralcy N with state and county club officials and the past presidents of the New Century Club The election followed the thirteenth annual dinner of thc board of direc tors held in thc Media Inn Saturday The afternoon opened with a Among the guests were lifiil musical settin of the fainiliar 5avlcl Rust Garden consultant of the club collect smiR by Mrs Leonard t WAS JROMTT alleged conspiracy ring then you return a verdict of not guilty for how he snooped around for several Here Mr Scott picked up some days then was approached by Aba briefs out of which he singled cerj Feinberg a defendant nmt hnniu thmore Trustee WOODBURV N J Nov On a hospital bed here wl Plans were outlined for a show of perennials roses etc to be hid next Authorities of the Child Health with a delphinium show in Center wish tn thank thc donors of j early July Gladioli will b3 shown baby in iiv Saturday last The mother who year needed the baby carriage was de Fred Hartley was named as show lighted wiih the coach presented to manager with Arthur Redgrave and shcr bv the Health Center The rei Frank Henry Jr as assistants Center wish tn thank thc donors of cany jiny LTiadiol will t3 shown iiaby carriages who were so prompt in August There will also be a flower in responding to thc appeal nppcarlnt j show in September and a chrysan iiv the issue of thc Chester Times onithcmum show in November of next Colorado where with Samuel Wtllig is recovering from severe scalp lac spouse by the public was so splendid a Philadelphia attorney he inspected trsiions and hysicria Mrs Audiey j that several other needy mothers may t HELD ON CHARGE a number of gold mine locations in Smith Clark pretty former stage j ilc supplied and others will bn cared j mT in thc Cripple Creek area ovjr a period dancer today was chnduled to b of two weeks Thirty years ago this arraigned for the wilful and malic section was one of thcgicat sold fields ions killing of her husband Sheldon for as the need arises ARKANGI rou rowwow OF AUTO THEFT tain defendants whom he said hadat a meeting with McClure fixed the little or no testimony charged against protection price at per case We I Billy Collins 22 of the 500 blocfc Thomas Fennell McCarey Todd pacrc of testimony and only a para puled by defcnse counsel shouted thc appointment T They will tell you Sykcs is Dr Robinson Ion producing worth of gold based on the govern i bcms put back into police Mr mcd to me that REIORTEn AS RUNAWAV Continued nn 5acc for a three Iribeptiwwow h hrlri v November the prisoners considered the outbreak more or less of a lark on their part Cotirt started at a30 a m today after which Chct A Keyes resumed Continued on Papc Ten Continued on Ten crowded conditions in ths prison and Continued on Pafc Ten BACK TO EARTH FROM STRATOSPHERE FLIGHT HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT BOWIE Hall Unchanging Dinn Gnomnir James Salkeld Brnom plsil Sedgcfirc Mid Valley Fair Clark Major General Cam1 jinsna Sandy Urile Busy Ike Evola Golden Trinccss Gartaronml Hut Cat Frer Advice Strait Jacket Chat Kaftle rrinec Abbot I UicklifTo j 1anule In Chancery Tipht Urecye j Arab Aegis i Vision Penradcr Albol Rrnrwetl Weather clear Irark fast ViL I Sold His Piano In Quick Order Ralph Wood 552 Ninth avenue Prospect Park had a baby grand piano which he wished to dispose of An advertisement in ths Times classified columns turnrd thc trick with very satisfactory results ac cording to report made by Mr Wood b held Wednesday November 23 i He is charged with stealing a car CFI IlUt riANNrn i A hike has also been planned for thc owned by Mamie Conscllo of 811 three tribe to take place on Dei usf Jhlri street the early morning rv are made by members comber I of October 28 white the vehicle was in the Third i parked al Third and Wilson streets or a real KIRST HILI PASSKP I Information received from a larie HARRISBUnG Pa Nnv 22 UP woman who saw Collins and an in extraordinary session of iheothrr youth get in the vehicle and ic celebration General Assembly passed its first drive by Dr DiMcdio a local banauet on measure finally Stccdlc physician who was using the car foments bill provioins for thc salaries i was relayed to police Collins was esident of legislators and other expenses of I arrested a few days ago on a i the session rant charging him with the theft A surgical kit and some of ths i instruments it contained were re j turned to the physician a short time iaftcr the robbery A revolver which the ease is stiil mirsing some of the instruments iSPRAGUE QUITS i INSIDE STORY OF i TRADE COUNCIL TREASURY POST WALL ST BARED IS FORMED DESPONDENT GIRL Says Wild Inflation1 and lMethods Disclosed to Established at Meeting of DRINKS POISON Collapse of U S Credit Threatens Nation Stocks Probors in Tele phone Report Chamber of Commerce Merchants Division WASHINGTON Nov UP The administration awaited withBy anxiety today the nations reaction to the pointed criticism of its eco nomic md monetary policies made by Dr Oliver M W Sprajuc nolrd economist and financial expert m resigning as treasury financial ad viser Spnisucs criticism was expected by WASHINGTON Nov A trade council for Chester and A pirl who attempted suicide yes terday because of a quarrel with her sister is recovering from effects of poion at her sisters home After akin poison Helen Miltrca avenue Glenoldcn path of an automobilo y lavish credit to a bankj SUtcTS rs syndicate the Chaw National r11 WclMi street Membership in the ran into tho pal Fank of New York responsible is not confined to any and asked to be for tlr 1910 overthrow of William i particular group of merchants and is Atcrt Atwood Bonsall avrmie Glen to all retailers in this citv and ncr to FitKnra dMrrcy Fox as a movie C7ar it was revealed cilliv lclnucrs uus cu nlul Hospital Darby where she wti loday nt the Inquiry d M rf Harley I Clarke ChicaKo capitalst M SwiVis prcsWcnt o Ulr mcr observrrs here lo have strong repcri who participated wiih the bankers chants division ot the Delaware cussions among important business the bank credit or financins the County Chamber o Commerce who and banking irtcrcsls Around him biltle on Fox A resume showed the was made chairman William F were expected to gather hard money banks loam to Foxs enemies totaled Unlchanty secretary of the Delaware advocateto tiie adinlnistriiisi03685000 in about 13 months I County Chamber of Commerce was t ions prrinictital monetary program If it had not brcn for the Chase named secretary treated and sent back to the homa of Margaret Miltrce The Weather WASHINGTON Nov astern Pennsylvunia Prcrictionwere made tiecly of a I could not have otlcn thc money i After the objects and principals of i Alcstly cloudy nnd cooler with pns tuprndous national monetary fight said Clarke in a memorandum found Ihc orgnnization were fully ex plained Uibly iiirht rain chansin o snow in warfiir the Bryan silver battle of in thc Chase files i to thc large assemblage a resolution VCSL U0rtb portions tnnibt 806 j An inside Story of Wall Street was adopted that each particular Thursday centrally fair asul colder cUiprndnu i dwar I 1806 Spraguc revealed that ills letter of business methods was duclcscd by a group into which ihc various retail Western and resignation in which he warned of a stenographic report of a telephone businesses were divided shall have cnldrr prnbably liijlit rain drift into unrestrained Inflation nnd a conversation on April 3 1930 its subcouncil and each fiibcouncii 0 snow nurrics teniplit Thursday i breakdown of government credit was uvcen Clarke and Haiokl L Stuart i its representative through which i fiir and colclcr onlv thc beginning of his offensive head of Halscy Suiari fc Co in the j settlement of disputes and com I iieainst President Roosevelts mono midst of Ihe Fox war Thc firm had plaints will be made been Foxbanker but believed thc j In thc event its representative is TODAYS TEJIPKRATUKKS i tary prozram TJrt t After a nighls rsp in the balloon wiirli carried tbcm 59000 fret into the pratosnlicrs anrt larrtorl near i Iritljelon N Iicutcnan Commintlrr T G W KeCle left nnd Manr Chester I Iortlncy first men to ex j plorc the region above the earths on his continent let reporters piy Ibcir questions Major Fordney 1 is apparently trying to conjure an to the how did it fee question He plans to arouse and nrpnnizc Clarke Rroiip opinion against the program H tl j he said incorporating his views in a Continued on Page Ten which included Albert i unable to fettle complaints in the j then head of the Charo i subcouncil the complaint or dispute i bank were trying to make it walk will be referred to the general council j Continued on Pase Ten Continued on Page Ten 6 a m S3 11 a rn 58 7 n m 53 Noon 58 3 a m 54 1 p m 60 9 a in V4 2 p m 60 10 a m o3   

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