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Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania THE LITTLE THRILL UK WORTH THE RISK IT KAY BE CHUNMyBUT ITS DANGEROUS FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of the Day 58T1I 17757 Dally lcawd Wltf rtonwti or United UTI Mul Ncvs Service PA TillUSD AY NOYKAUKR I DM TWKXTYlXUJK 1ACiKS IKICK JWO CENTS NFW IIOIIOR RHI PARENTS OF SLAIN OIL HEIRS GETS SPOTIGHT v SHOWGIRL WIFE DEFEND HER PA ASSEMBLY Must lie Given Speedy At tention to Control Rum Flow McClurc Measure on Same Subject Sent Back to Committee HARRISBUHG Pa Nov new bill creating a liquor control board of three members stole the spotlight today in the special session 01 the Pennsylvania General Assem bly In order not to get the horse before the cart this bill introduced Monday by Senator Harry B Scott Centre must be given speedy attention by the I legislature j The McClurc control hill which j was passed on second reading by Ihe j Senate today and referred to yiiiltce provides for stieh a board to operate ihe state stores and issue rej tail licjuor licenses to hotels and res laurants j However It does not create the j board and provide for ihe appointj mcnt of the members by the gover nor j The Scott bill became necessary when the governors control bill was amended to place liquor dispensing A hove 111 ul her Hronklyn X V basement flaf Sirs Amy Smith iiuitlur and licensing in the hands of such a of Mrs Atnlrry Smith Clark the former dancer vlrirged with lie fatal shii f board He originally proposed the State Alcohol Permit Board created of the trasccly in 1926 as the authority After it passed second reading in the Senate today the Scott bill vas of licihusband Sheldon Clark formerly of Chester is pictured reading Vivian Smith one of her twin daughters is shown with her lliglil David W Smith father of Airs Audrey Smith Clark is pictured after visiting his daushlir at tlie X T hospital where slic is referred to committee the Senators siifferin from injuries reported received clurin a quarrel in which her lius failins to take cognizance of the fact that this would delay its final passage by the legislature until December 4 th clay before prohibition ends Consequently the common wealth would have no licensing authority operating until the day liquor re turns which would make it physically impossible for Pennsylvania1 to take that legal drink in celebration as amended until Monday night and placed on the third reading ontiir lor Tuesday This would place it in the hands of the House for first read hand was shot to death in his 1iuilsboro N home Smith told his daughter Well slick ly you U S AGAIN BUYS PECHIN AGAIN UP OWN BONDS TO i TAKES LEAD IN HALT DECLINES VOTE CONTEST EARLY ASSESSMENTS FOR INDUSTRIES ARE REINSTATED Plea of Committee Repre senting Manufacturers Is Successful Countv Hoard of Tax Ho vision Accedes mand Submit led Do F ou r Ol he l Deaiiis Found Same Family wUlesdtr day und sccond ndiMgiThrows Money Into Miirkct Official Count in 173 f ARjf MflRDF t i i i f f t n i i JLJL 1Jl a LlJL iL it could not come up for final as Exociis Line for am i cmcts Democrat passage until the iollowing Monday Golcl Plan I of Voes Prosecutor Sees Soineti adjourn the Thanksgiving holiday A movement was started to have the Senate suspend the rules Monday night when the Legislature recon vcner pass the bill finally as amended and send it to the House for first reading action the same night This would permit it palsins sec Le Set Off by Prof Contest of Votes Cast in SprajuicWarburg Backs j Ridley Township Is Now Him as Does Sen Reed j Intimated uetivnc in December Date lo Try TlavbovV Wife A eimrnittc i epriWlUins he countys inmulHclwcr headed bv J H Ward llinkson Chester attor ney yelerday piTscntid in Ihe Hoavil fur line AwjMiHiit und IteviMon of Taxes a reasoned demand for the iv insUiUiuenl of the assessment all iiuiiiMi ial establishment On behalf ul the iiuiulries Mr explained lhit every othr class nt in the cuumy had received reductions in UKeld as I i lnm ft to till per cent While ihc lair pants hav roscly aniii their fair nuir 1 value as deined by ih cnur inMiiiiii industry diil not feel dis posed H handicap local eoveuuyiit unreasonably by demanding a llul re duciiou from these lijures Directln4 attention to the dilueul lies facing inanulaciurint rompani I under present depressed business cou ditions and iri ihe heavy taxation now imposed by the state and Federal and to the fact Hint iiiireasonably high real estate would of necessity drive inanufaetur ers cult of the county to localities whensuch a condition did not pp1 iiniuiUil vail with Ih Yoinr request thl all increases comem lelt Cliicajo plated St and the od After an cMindcd diiiuviun which many individual situation were considered in deiail the boanl tnrmally adopted a resolution ciulini to the dtinaiul of the inanil fartuivTs rommiilei As ix result of this action all new nsscsjmenl against Industrial iiUms in ihe county are uiiimnatically ser aside wllhnul the ivetessity of nn appeal hem filed in any e New will bsiu nut by Ih board fprcificaily isiirj raeh com pany of Ihe amount of the revised Only when1 there has been new construction US JURY GETS RUM RING CASE AFTER CHARGE BY WELSH wist Completes Instructions to Twelve Men Good and True at 125 This After noon After Analyzing Charges of merit and Various Phases of Ind No Defendants Freed Returns to Chicago After Ueint Sought Woman Defense Council Excoriates and Other AD AH 17 Ull UN WIFFS Till M Fount in Doctors Oilico in the CHICAGO Nov 13 Wynekmip misiin husband o the Rluia arrived here today hy laxicab from Kansas City lie drove up In the iooiiiy family residence and was claseted with his mother Or Alice liiulsay Wynekoup tor a brirl cunveiatiou The hit1 band arrived in Chicago by taiu troiu Kansas City and lln a taxi to ihe a photographer about I he lime Airy Continued on i Seventeen PAXJLSBORO N J Kuv 2i i the plea of Sheldon The fourteenth day cf the official Clark wealthy Chicago sportsman and U S GOLD PRICK TODAY IS DENIES MOTION IN ou n i up ior and against the Prssi SCOTTSBOltO CASE dents Bolcl buying pin to raisa com A conference of a I pminiriri tnQ UPS hnld i The fourteenth dav cf the official Clark wealthy Chicago sparUman ami1 WASHINGTON Nov i CO11IU of lhc votes cast at th ecneral oil magnate that prosecution of his Audrey Smith ounce unchanged from of Shul ycfirrcay andthcday bcfore by a majority of 283 votes wan Vi I don A CbiK Jr bj dvoppci Acting price was 20 out of 238 completed Prosecutor Lymyood Lorcl today was ccnts bciov flic world price yet in the Republicanpreparing to present evidence conLondontoday WASHINGTON Nov United States money econcmists and monctiiv cxosrto it o gwiti jjtii iu i tiiOv i ij modity prices Inflation was Ihe bone fanaiuntes VPS held i Alp of contention Acting Secretary of tiie Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr announced were available to in th2 court j cirning the killing to the Gloucester house ypsisrday morning but great county prantl jury secrecy prevailed and no hint of i After throe hours iipint In quer what transpired uivcn It tioning to Ihi slylng Lovd rumored in sreral 5ourcs however saici he would make no statement for COURTROOM DECATUR Nov iirrathtaiilng nwiftilESs in a test of the Negros f bond Republicans are plannin to publication but that if an inclicl cuit Judge W Callahan voda tha cleciion in Ridley town ment is handed up by next Tuesday drnied motion of ricfense counsel to which save Pcchin a lare ma the prettv yottn widow of the pay nuash the jury venire m the famous bo nd aca N had slaucc P it wilbc thc bo wn BO on uial som Scotlsboro attack case first in dscades lhac the aime in Republican organization in Delaware Thc elder that pro The rondon price1 Inday lii hillings 1 priico liown 10 from ycslcrclsy on i h opening London Exchunjio rate ihe pound slcrlinu iSSJO1 this was equivalent to an ounce V S Witnesses Claiming John J McCiure Is Victim of Release of All Indicted as Government Fails to Make Out Case Tlie case of I he I S lovuninunl 71 county ilcfenilintts winl o Ilu1 jury at oclock this allotnoon Sonic Itckrnl CotifL believe an early vtidict will lie rcndcrid Welsh staflotl his address at 1111 and spoke for almost wo hours in was declared a very impartial charge Former liidjic iortlon made the linal sunuiiitiji up for he defense when Cmirl opened this inoniinu Me hejjan al ami spolie ttnlil a few miiuitos liefore Judge NVclsli sfarfet Itis climax to the trial After lutlne Welslis charge Court was recessed until oclock The amplifying syrtem liKtalliU for the benelit of the tailed lo work when iulK Welsh begun his charge Tin ixuiplUler had been placed in an mileroom behind the 1 court rotmi fur coil ven I in ice if the new papiimen und to op the pitss ini in und out nt ihe court room it iini wurked hidtjir j Welshs was mvixly audible lie snld As the defiiidanlH counsel hns said delcndeius are churned j xv llh violating ihi VoHeacl Act That i It I rue This is one of eon piracy io violate n law known as ihc Vol sleail Act You ieiulcmen have i lsteiut with the utmost patience and i consciciHiousness to the You and I have looceil al Ihe various i wllnessLs from vurvjioints i you on the left ide ami I uu the evevyiitiiH for Ihr purpose of doinq our dills1 and the road to ilu end CouiiKel for the Rovernment has done his duty as ho saw it Yester day he UUcl down tlie burden of this responsibility Counsel for the de did their duly as they saw Now the Conn Takes upon ita lls rijjonsibilily You ihat nothing can ijr xliihtid for days and weeks You have iilven your utmost exaclins al tent ion uiitin it ail many pitfalls in the judges way As I sni on the bnch dejienciinff on my hu iDiin kMinvurige Ihe ctro lhli U George Welsh lo meet thc situation 1 could not do it There is a promise made to each of us in this He will give his anKcls charge over Ihce lo izeep Ihce in all Ihy ways I am ical ihat pi omisc to dlscharue Your iyci and mine have often my fuiutions as a judge This is one met is Ihe testimony imlokletl In it of the biKKcst cnses in the nnnnls ot jiielf to you txnd the Court criminal trinls in the country Tho We have come to the end of theicase Is important in many nspscU MRS KIIKTA WVNEROOI Uoop lunne where he conferreil In the i pvrvirnce of a pollc oilicer with his Imolher rcsiarciinu funeral arriiiigc for his wife was then sped lo the In the city vote tabulation of he Fjllmore street police stalion where county candidates listed in the I road We started many aijo without knowiiv xvhere or when it j would end Day after day we have 1 placed our eyes on that future day construed by you that I hi i when it would end but it WHS wcisj for ui to stay in tlie fact of1 Continuiil nn Iapc I There are so inany defcnd an3 Some hnve pleaded guilty Thr Tnet that some have must not be other dc T T GAILAGHKK CA1XS APPLICATIONS COUNTY MAN TO Callahan brougn on the iiirv venire to an aorupo lor ChesUr Times on November H Now liciiig Received by j Robinson Swarlhinorc down on previous attacks on alleged discrimination against Negroes for jurv service because of race ana coior Callahan said In view of these decisions and the cvidcnes befor me I on rage Seventeen UOY KSCAPES IXJUniHS Cnnlinuril on Tasf Seventeen Kd o Pasr Scvcnlrrn a city total ol voles Thomas Hatton Kins a small boy residing i at 019 Hyatt street was struck and j vinccd that officers discCgW oS duty m placing names on the jtij ncar Scventh Th youngster to witnesses ran from Financial Responsibility Law for Automobile Owners Thousands of motorists are naklne clciils violaions or failure to names on the jury violated Ihte qtlMtionrWwt must I do Jan RV a Lar operated by Vincciu i uary 1 to comply with thrPennsy 1 l AV U ivy i R Johnson of llJfi Titehman sircei vania Financial Responsibility aw A rP TTvJTP Tlc was examined bv a phvslciau H l li l L H accident judgment1 in 1134 Thoie vhn liave had two or more accidents in 1933 as defined by in law will be required to show finan cial responsibility cither thro in Edward Keller 50 a resident of the V M C A suffered a laceration of the scalp yesterday afternoon and found to be uninjured U S TKEASUKV KALAXCE WASHINGTON Nov he was strtick and knocked down by The treasury net balance for an automobile driven by William Walker 39 Nettro of East Seven 11 was S121G3fi6971D Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day tecnh street at Ihr inlersccUon of were SI72810832 Customs receipts Twelfth street and Providence ave for Ihe month through Nov 21 were S193G7143Ot 1 The answer as given by the Key stone Automobile Clubs Lopa De partment Ls No motorist will he re quired to do pnylhinc on January 1 in conneclion this law Robert C Kitchen trial counsel 01 he club in he first of a srrirs of articles based on most frQrcnt y asked questions amplifies the an swer to tile foregoing in the following STAR IS APPENDICITIS VICTIM ntie He said he would he satisfied to drop proceedings against the driver of the car if he were reimbursed for the cost of his eye glasses which were broken This was agreed to by Walker XMAS SAVINGS FUND FOR 1933 J5ALLOONJSTS HIT 61237 FT OFFICIALLY Sum Distributee WASHINGTON Nov The stratosphere balloonisls Lieut pOSllOiS III Local HnnKS Comm T G W Settle and Major IhfN Christmas savers of this city wi fional Associalioi an December 1 rcccvc a total of nounced today Calibration of Ihe barograph used by the balloonists was completed by the U S Bureau of Standards and tlie height officially confirmed Settle and Forciney previously had brlieved Ihat their trip into ririitosphere earlier this week had taken them between 58000 and 50000 above tlie earth 022250000 which represent the full Because the Financial Responsi bility Law becomes effective January 1 and because of almost universal j misundcrsiandinc of ilf provisions j motorists as a class are under the j impression they must do j to compley with Ihc laxv on thai j date As a matter of fact no action of any kind will be required cf motoris j inconnection with this law unless Am Oil o DC they place themselves wit Inn the con ditions defined in Ihe Act through accidents violations of the Vehicio Code or failure lo pay judjimems awarded as a result of accidents Motorists who were not involved this vear in Ixvo or more accidenis is concerned They will be af fcctcd by tls lav only if they come within its provisions through acci HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY rty fnilrrt Welfare Fund Campaign Returns lenring Under the rules of the association the checks hearing amounts due to each individual of a Chritmas cjufo will be placed in thc mails on Novem l her 29 At the present time the Christmas Clubs lor Ihe year have already been sarted and many have made deposits with a view to ward sharing in the holiday distribu tion next year Over thc country at large those who arc to receive benefits from the Christina Clubs of some fiOOO banks with Christmas Club memberships of approximately 8000000 will receive their allotments from a lolal of de Professional and Wind Sir Toliey Texas L posit made in tlie past year amount Business Mens Tommy Chiliad Prince Carmen ing to with payments to Committee Sequoia j be made at various dates batwenn now Banks Kins Cruising and Christmas The average Individ Bank employes Thistle Play Hroail ual payment in this nation lo Christ Clubs iranuys Trade j mas Club members will b approxi AUoineys uniely SSSla H has bcDn estimated Dentists that of these Kinns a lariie part will Doctors b spMit iniincdiatcly in personal and Real Estate Bylona TUraine Christmas shopping and it is rst Town Square Chat tiairle i mated that an approximate SR per ofTicr and Times Bin I rr us Ijltlricrnt of the amount will be turned to same AT Initial cifts Industrial corpo rations a n f c o r p o r ation employes Quota To Die S1113G50 G300000 11500 71350 10000 i 5 oo HOCO surance surety bond or cash deposit of snUOO with the latc treasurer Thir status will be determined i hey apply for renewal of on rrutoivi licenses for 1331 In othr Ihe holders of operators ii for 113U can continue to oper ate motor vehicles until midnight of by Civil Works Admin istrator in This District Civil Works Administrator Charles A Ernst who heads all phases of the project of the Natiurii Government a it effects this cotuuy has already received a number of appli cations for IYitsra Aid funds to be Urd in nf a num ber of communities In I his area Dr Ernst opned oilier at 517 Tuisday ami the afternoon mails yesterday and tin mails received thjs morning con tained many communications from township ami officials ol IDelawafe cnunly tjardinj projects Ur Krnsl this retured to ciis any of the which have February 21 when Ihe presrnt been menfoned saymj that He could not publicly reveal any of tin in until they have been approved by himsnf If their iccidcnl rcc ortl for this year is such ns to requiro iheiii to show financial nvposisibllity v ill ht so notified when ihv apply for renewal of licrnse and no rciv will will granted until the laws piovi IDIV have been complin with I Thus it is clear that nothing is iTfiuiicd of inolorits in with his lav on January 1 Named by Governor to In vest i jfatc Outbreaks HARRISBURO Pa Nov Pinehot today akccl Ur Louis N Robinson o head a special comniiltee to invesli recent oulbreaks at the Eastern Penientinry Philadelphia Dr Rohin on was to serve as chair man uf the board together with Major Lynn G Adams superinten dent or stale police and Kdwin C May president nf the board of trus ices of the Western Penitentiary Iliis week the governor named Itobinxm to the Eastern Peniten tiary board in place of Henry N Woolman former president who waa n moved vlien he refused to resign vas blamed by the governor Siir being responsible for the prison disorder due to delay in transfcrrintr prisoners irom thc faiuern to the new KKPAIK The work of repairing the Elks Fifth nnd Welsh streets rr by fire is bein puhed to coiuplction The in the of thr home first floor and damage wa rud by Cne flames Miioke and water Duriiijt the tire ilp walls uul uftrr thc building besan to iry ou the plaster fell from the Tho walls are heiiif ivpirs Srnd the rehiiherl number of minor repairs ISKlSH IUA7lv Uittrict lire ctimpanies were cillod into action yesterday afternoon fhortly before five oclock when they responded to an alarm sent in over i the city system from Bos l3 at I Terrill and Hciiiincttm streets in iho i Sun Village srrlion The iirrinrn extinguished Ihe llamrs which had 1 broken out amoiiK dry leaves rubbish and straw nn a vacant lot near inson street N ciamase resulted and higher up in the line of mslilurion at Grnterford the Civil Works aduiiniiration Robinsons name was snt to the Projects ubmiuea have come from for confirniation Penriinfj Senate action lin lacks slatus as a Crintiiiuid IiqeTwcnlyUiii The Rovernor has requested the in vestiirTtng committee to get started at ihe earliest possible moment Tlie commiitce would go into the cause of the outbreaks and make recommendations for correcting the situation COLDER WEATHER RESIDENT DIES Art bur Hosiwiek Jr Retired Husiness Man 111 for Twoyear Period Arthur IJosUMck Sr 85 died at tin I Generally fair and collier is the pre diction in Eastern Pensylvania NcvT Jersey Delaware and Maryland home of liis son Howird H Bast Then will be light rain tomorrow The highest temperature here i tin at ovdnv was 6l degrees at p in and a 111 loiiay Mr Hostwick ihc lowest was 54 at 730 p m The ills1 jdet resident of Trainer at the averago of 58 was fifteen degrees lime of hi1 death above normal for the dale anc He hud been dochnmg in health swentythree degrees above the avcr Ihe pst two years He suffered n ace November 22 last year general inrirniity and hardening of sunrise today was atG55 a in and he arteries and was stricken seri sunset will be at 440 p m Eastern MAVKKKX OSUMIVAN Stoke Olamay Onldcn Princess Stnnc Mirtin AVcalhcr clear track fast more permanent invrRmrnls such ns Womens Comnuilc taxes morlsagc payments insurance travel and charily C03000 80371 So srriotis was iir ronilUion nf iMaiirem OHiiltivin for apprndicitis in a ItnUywnort a jrrvtm rushfl Vrnm rrnncisco liy nlanr aCtcr lie appcmilN had been removcrt star follnvvinr an ilnl lhrt n supplj Vcritonilis developed Times Ad Soon Recovered Dog goneten days Which in brief Minis up the sloy of lo bliu1 Gordon set ter brlonsiiiR lo Mrs Albert Meiu rer JC Main street Upland Mrs advertised in the Timrs for Ih return of the animal and it was brought hack the next clay after the ad appeared She said that If the classified advertisement had appeared earlier the do would have been back home much Foourr ously at Mr Hnjiwick hati been a loading of Trainer for the past 10 Prior to that time he had re sided in Chester for a period of oipht years lie was bom a Klkridgc Md a town between Baltimore Md and Washington D C Ho was well known as a teamster and had been engaged In that busi ness for 31 years rctirina from active Standard time The Weather Nov Tinweather forecast Kaslcrn rriin Clonrty nniglil and lriiUy colllr porti Cloudy lonijht and One of his most memorable avali occasional rain Fri ins jobT was in cutting the irew road i bed through for he j rlin snmh and u t r r ClollllY Railroad tracks from the 1 man Iron now as ihe i Delaware River Sire Company Ihc I roatiway now being known as Bunt I inc street Mr Bvstwick also exca j valcd for the bsiilding of a large j number of the resiliences in the WeM End He was in honorary member of the Continued on Pajc Seventeen rain or snow in north portions lonisiit anrt Friday not much change in tem perature fi a m 7 a m S a m f a m 10 m 50 11 a m 52 Neon sn i p m MI i p m 33 M 43 53 54