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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              THATS WHAT THdYRE FOR EXTRA 58T1I 17758 IJaih Iewd wire Reports o United Irifs UTI and International Now service INS CHKSTKK A FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21 IAGllS PRICK TWO C10NTS ALL 71 DEFENDANTS FOUND GUILTY RELEASED ONBAU PENDING APPEAL PINPUAT RANUTNP SIXTH WARD WOMAN 11INIHIM IWSKlMij SHOT ACCIDENTALLY PROGRAM BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE Mrs Lena Hendrickson 47 of 521 Parker street suffered a bullet wound in the right breast last night when a 22cilibic revolver she was carry ing in the pocket of a smock she was i wearing fell to the floor in the kitchen and was accidentally With Chester Citv FINISH COUNT OF COUNTY PECHIN LEADIM Covered by Bills That Mod iiy Cotlc to Include PriI I burglars told the police she heard a Vate Institutions noise downstairs while she was on VoleJ will be in charm of the prayer be r riod Teachers and ollieers of the Bap list Sunday school mot recently when plans were made for the an nual Christmas eiuertiilnment Miss i Dorothea Halton and Mrs John Harris wore appointed in charge of arrangements Those attending included Clarence Edward superintendent who pre sided Miss Marian Ihiines Mrs Mae SENATOR GETS Newell Miss Jennie Harper Mrs woman who has a feiir of i James Hudson Mrs Arthur MORISUV tO lie labuhlted Louis Thoma llelon Fawley Mrs John noise the second floor of her home She Tax 01V Savings went downstairs lo investigate v Tr i As she entered ihc kitchen the Repealed Hill Made Up weapon fell out of the pocket of a u T Tr smock she was wearing and striking ny 1HJ110L lax noori WHS discharged a bullet lodjiins in the womans right breast Pa Nov Mrs Hendrickson made her way to i ri 1 raWHV IM1V JUM1I crat Has 1397 Margin luBryant iimoia suuie liain Hunter pastor n sis tlif itiis Hible elu Howard nnd Ilev Wi of the church took the revolver from a bureau and c fV Mens Hible pluss of the Olivet Contest IS bO ClOSC ISOlhc church met on Tuesday of Sides Threaten to Ciims test the Election We evening at the home of A C Dell of Ridley Purl with twentylive aUfiuiiiV Election of ollicers featured the meet with Ihn following bolnn chosen Ilvsuient With only the vole in this eitycout William Vandcurifl vice president coverinuall of Governor i front 11lul summoned a maining lo be tabulated it appbout j Robert T Noble secretary Peter I nniphhor a Mis Pinchots banking program lined in his call was in ihe the special session of General wagon to the Chester Hospital Physicians 1 every precinct in the 30 Special rehearsals for a chorus lo seminy waa i institution say the wound ia of Chester c end l sing on Sunday evening December 3 The subject is covered by three pletc and Nathan Pechin of Wanira and Wednesday evening December bills one of which repeals the four was leading by 1397 story C were discussed Following the busi mill lax on savings accounts and two j A O 17 fTUlT The complete figures arc Pccvcns I ness meeting a social was enjoyed which modify the state banking code y K II I r I I I I V y votes and Major General nn Miss Evelyn Glcnney and M 10 w A i MJ Uam G PIJCC Jr Republican silce i Katherinc Morpan of Chester were 283 r i dinner guests at the home of Mrr The margin of Pechins Wilhelm Jorgenaen of Fifieenth avr whcn the count is completed is md nue recently pccted to range Imween 34 annjn I The Womens Civic Club of Pro votes and it is almost certain pect Park met on Wednesday at tiv there will be nunierous contests uani cub rooms Tenth nnd Lincoln avr inter 18 MOS TERM IS FINED to includeprivate banks Ssnator John G Homsher Lan cast in the referred to the banks and building and loan committee It is expected 3nator John G Homsher Lan i sr submitted the latter two bills WAR PK fill ft A M he Senate yesterday and thev are j ff 1 rViTl IS DISCUSSED Mrs Edwin C Dciblc ihev will be reported out for first reading when the legislaturerecon ft cautiidate to win by 34 votes nues with Mrs EC vencs Monday night for the third almost 35000 votes cast is utv president in chaise week of its session ReorCSCllLatlveS 01 ailOUS decentcd in the long history of It was the social meeting of th The other bill introducea jonulyi ware countv elections veteran club for this month with the by Senators James J Coyne ana iVIUUieipalllCS 0 n I C1 i ticians observed icau Homes committee Mrs Cluv Morris Einstein Allegheny passed r Acording to the figures compile1 Ulc second reading in the Senate yestcrj A c t ii nr J day and was referred to the judiciary With Administrator general committee for minor amend i the Chester Times Major Geij J Price defeated Pechin in Cheslc Tiv r1 A liVief R majority of 1363 votes The fit mnnts before third reading Ur L A IMflbl Explains cf give Prices illllcl ihe s city as 1357 The i no question that tli2 Republican S0n in CitV Hall ijoriiy lies between he two an1 The expected revenue from the fourmill deposits will be made up from income yielded by the S3 floor tax on liquor under the governors plan He signed the floor tax bill Wednesday and it goes into Purposes of Plan at encn Colkitt chairman in seen r1c pOgnlm included a talk b Mrs William G Ancles chairman o the American Homes committee i Delaware County Federation whose subject was Family Rela tions The president Mrs Deibler iWCTOR SAYS KILLED HER SONS YIFE WITH SHOT White Sentenced to New Penlten at McLomb Trestvail and Others Prominent Get Jail Terms and Fines Some Suspended Sen fences olice Say She Confessed t o C1 h 1 o r o f o r in i n g First vtid Dauuhterinlaw Was an Invalid Breaks Under C tn the presence of nearly forty Continued on 1aec the mind effect immediately applying to all representatives of ihe governments ot p C HOHCTNS liquor on hand in Pennsylvania dis boroughs townships ana other ov at the time of enactment crnmental units of Delaware county j DIES SUDDEN r1 and when prohibition ends j civil Works Administrator Charles A Under one of Senato Homshers Ernst who spoke in the council H biHs the secretary of banking shall chambers of City Hall last cyanlne Hocisln v Vl fn tii n f 1 llVllIM CiniT i nlntr niil1 rt rtf i rate StitUlluus iiikiLuuis yjujll 5VL IJJ me luuciai iu c i ln ciifTnvnrf liel Tiii records and regulation of loans ministration i w Tand Smallloan companies building and Dr Emsl differentiated between loan associations national banks at nnnnWip nHminUirnitnn nian ynesier limes dicie pe was a d0ll SEZ YOU Answers man died have the same supervision over prii fcave a complete outline of ihe 4 ny rate banks as he has over other in and purposes of the civil works pro Mrs stitutions including ciajninaUons of t grant J set up by the federal ihe eflec s cuuer 1 False They are separiiltd 1 False Tatrick Henry S True 4 False Lake Superior S True fi False The Yukon miles 7 Tru S FaUo ihaiu uiKks 9 True 10 True company one designed to be more immediate M HOdgirs was born in Ireh fo PT ANT m sfve the purpose ot d thj covlnuv a t 1O1 I 1 i creating thousands of jobs to Por a lumlbcr of vels hc vs m Coast and later went to I Indigestion Gas Heartburn vJnlh srade relief rolls as soon as possible and York with some of the loading no ine memoes h ivc clrss of the Freccnc Douglas An approxiinale S80 000 aiOtted lo VMrs e iigh School vcrc Ihc guests of the Delaware county for this purpose wrr area and caws to the Chetiow vnstprclnv aftemocn said bv the sneaker 10 be onlv a I trnn lan delph only a Times in 1020 Dr ErnsL throughout the evening 5ons and a daughter and a broi stressed the necessity of submitting who residss in Toncka Kansas plans for improvemcnLs by the various was a ncniber ofthe Maionic I ternity the Pen and Pencil C Continued tin Twenty Philadelphia The Fourth Esl arc Club and other organizati PRESENTED CODE OIL MBOR POLICY The members of civ Hi Chester Tuvcs yesterday alteraocn i said by the speaker 10 be Harry W Culiis cireula escorted the pupils throu and explained the the various departments The pupils in charge of their teacher Miss Eva G Smith were Samuel Swiggctt George Hollis Mil dred Tull Laura Murphy Joseph Mosley Howard Moslcy Robert Wright Warren Carroll Wiley T JHTTHP TlVnTTQTRV Wooreii Ralph Davis Thomas Ellis UK UN UUbJlv 1 Ruth Jones Eleanor Hinson Laura Aialtox Clco Anthony Elizabeth Clrk Sylvia Raven Alfonso Mann William Anthony Donald Cornish WASHINGTON Nov Webster Kilson Elizabeth Henry j The Administration today presented j WASHINGTON Nov Thomas Cameron Emma Thompson to the liquor industry a code which j Establishment of an oil labor7 po Anna Moore Henrietta Moore Pecolia would put every transaction in the j board was announced today by Floyd Lillian Cleonas Hodges distilled spiriLs business after repeal Administrator Icfccs to suitiy Harold Colcman E Lillian Hinson under strict federal control recommend differential bitw Helen Corbin Virginia Milbourne A Federal Alcohci Control adminsi wages for skilled and unskilled la Jcsae Posey Maylor Carter Betty j tration would set up with the Ickes said the differentials wl Gordon William Maloney Howard power to limit production of all types established would be retroactive Nicholas Clifton Scth Wilbert Prit of liquor and to control prices whole September 2 chctt Dclbrrt Kibcn John Anderson j saR retail and even by ihc drink i Nathan rf Margold chairman Henry Anderson Geneva Fontaine 1 Representatives of all the great dis the Petroleum Administrative Boa Octavia Mann Edmond Todd James tillerics and blending plants together i wns made chairman of the La Scarboro Mary Jones Richard Myers with importers wholesalers and Board and Elizabeth Johnson t others interested in the liquor trade i assembled in the ballroom of the UP DARBY WOMAN Mayflower Hotel to hear Dr James MDoran and other governmental cx istrsown Md I liid iniiipcstion every thing and ir mciitrd in my stotnach I fell and ivcarv all Ihc while said I Avc I 2ni to rcconimriul Dr Tirircs Golticn Mediral Dicovrry CHICAGO Nov 24aPIPolice iiid today that Dr Alice Lindsay i7yciirold ureyhairod C onum physician cDnfesscd she hlomlormtd her beautiful daughlfrj iluv iincl shot her ta death j I toil lur down to the nperatiiiR noin iiiiii save her chloroform they I icjtiil Hi suulnervcil elderly j I email as Thtii I shot r It was about 5 p in I was lone in the house 1 The womnn brokenunder the train of hours of yrilliniquestion n wps inuted by police us giving ctmplcte confession of the crime Rlicta was an invalid She was senator John J McClure ami tmild not live IOITJ J S Circuit Court Allows Appeal of Defend ants Permitting Release on Bail Pending an Appeal of Their Must Ap pear Before U S Commissioner and Post New Bonds Pending Argument of Cases Stale 1 convicted as head of a liquor pniUdioit rinji today was sentenced to IS months in Norl tuasfern Ienifentiary at Pa and fined S 100011 I inlay Ity Federal iconic A K McUiire convicted by a jury today after it deliberated 21 hours and II minutes Undone While ClerU of the State House of Kenvc sentalivcs was sentenced to serve one year ami one day in he Iederal Penitentiary at Ltwisluirg and fined Three judges of ihe U S Circuit court hc oilier day and vvn removed Court oi Appeals sitting en bniic In f bospllal arrived backat his chambers allowed an appeal of Slate others convicted with BOA R D A N NOUN C 1 VI FATALLY INJTjliED parts tell why such a code was neces sary The hearing was called by ihe Agricultural adjustment administra tion Offtcal Repeal iAmendment Vot Mrs Dorothy M Hickcy f of 400 Copley road Stonehurst Hills was killed yesterday when shefell from a secondstory window in her home Mrs Hickey was taken 10 Fitzjjeraid Mercy Hospital by Albert McBrosson of 407 Copley rond She tiicrl ssvcral hours later Deputy Coroner Louir Hood of Delaware county pro Thira street suffered a broken leg Cassati in favor of repeal and BOY IS INJURED BY MOTOR TRUCK The tabulating board to completed the tabulation of voter i t for repeal of the Eig i icndmcnt It was as folio Against 13171 SHOE REPRIR OPENING if NOV 251k STORE The highest vole for delegate to i Dominic Yavalte 10 of 1116 West convention was ens for Robert PAIR DEPT nounced death accidental HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Unijctl Ircsr AT and head injuries yesterday after Howard MacFarlancl representing t nnou when he ran against the side delegates opposing repeal of a truck being driven by Robert Conway 30 Negro of 1013 Central avenue at Third and Kerlin streets Conway I old Magistrate Honan in police court this morning thit ihc Ioy who was being chased by an other boy ran from between two parked cars and into the side of the vehicle he was driving PROTEST TAX ASSESSMENT OPENING SPECIAL i The injured youth was taken to Desert Sands Flirty Days the Chester Hospital by Conway and linehanging admitted for treatment Tobcy 3MayvitcNoras Craor Stone Mar SCHOOLS TO OBSERVE tin Sunny Susan Eternal Maid fnrrymcrla HOLIDAY PERIOD Kml Kanal Rnrnnn Sharon Hill Request an Reduction Residents t Addition OLESnnd Wilh a town meeting called fou Monday night in Sharon Hill byl 0 j cohe nf ihe Third wartl hey quoted Dr Wvnrkoop us saying him today received a suspended sentence with So i killed her I placed the blanket which will permit their release on ilmc years probation and a S1000 vcr her aiul walked away ball pending an appeal of their cases rnic My 5cm lost all love nnd affection will permit the privnt npiiiali Qthcr sentences were as Jotlovys or the youiie woman within a month1 Tnrirt ii to net n5 n itiitil tlie iutui iviouii tier he married her She wan10 tt a uniii me nemic the officers said the physi firet Monday In March the opii told Ihcin of the judges roiid I inonths each While ilv stalement xvas being diet A Keves special Federal i William Jones ihree months ikpii a detail of police was dis i Ttiu ntnnili nnrt nun i i t 11 P i rf i r i T T wii n i irl mil Miif 1 lii i ici it III tv it i ii jliuilll lo iiliu atched to the dismal Wynekoop i Posecutoi poiiHtci oiu tnittne tisuu oaie lo bring several article men ruling on appeals Issuch and Lotljci O1c vcar am mlo by Dr Wyneroop in licr con have unlimited lime in day aci 000 line which lo argue their case td f one year and one day and the ruling of the John Jr tit months PUS howrxcr Kyyes said there will be 1CIltencc uirce years on very little delay in the action on the probation appeal Burns one year and one day All of the defendant must upptar ssion o the potice Captain John Stego bulldug In liritor emerged from qucsiioning if woman Well boys said the case is ilvcd Dr Wynekoop has told us uwhole story The philandering husband of the iin woman and his mother C2ycnr before a United States rommbsioncr fd Dr Alice Wynekoop had been today and post a new bond in ihe j CnnlmmdouraClWallc which they were hrlcl when they were indicted by a IJNAWAY HORSfi Federal Grand jury for conspiring I f t IC2 1 lo the iirohibition law LbAl b AU 1 U Uni vs Ml ril rlci A runaway which had i for of thc ring irown ils rider crashed ihrough the which operated in Delaware County of Miss Alice Kohlcrs car on Pa and SlOOO fine Joseph Chiviilotti six months sus Continiicii nn Iac Sixteen McClure Made Rapid Progress In State Senate Senator John J McClure made rapid strides in political circles during his live ycaio in the upper chamber rest Chester pike last evening Judges locnh I Uhli nlK lhtt jjThf iinimal apparently daxed bv JoIh J lilt of Plnnsylv1Hias General Assembly Jric cars light tried to leap over lkcr inoinpson and Howard B McClure elected to the Senate on automobile and almost cleared it Davis lisleiied tothe which November C 1923 has been unable in its front feet went through the previouslv hud bern allowed bv U S to special session of the jof nnd its hind hoofs landed on District Juclre Grorye A win cslhlaturc now unricrwny because oC ic cars hood presided hiring the Hweek iiquor OtnnR pluvious sessions A groom from the S L Pancoasl conspiracy trial however he has brsn a prommnnt idinfr Academy in pursuit returned McClure took the verdict ROein the upper house e animal 10 the stable Miss Kohler howing no emotion He stood up and DUIUIK the regular session last wm aiigblrr of the steward tho a V minutes after hf was sen hc innumerable bills adnor Hunt Club was accompanied iinred two tlcuuiv U S marshals was recoiinwd as theHoor leader v William Dormer of Philadelphia look him out ihe courtHI will be for organization taken to the penitciumrv today Amonj the measures he sponsored McClunwas taken lo Ihn marvvs which now governs the shals olliro and locUed in the Grand Jury room With the other prisoners Keyes Keeps Record Intact liv obtiiining a tnnys conviction in the Delaware county liquor con piracy cuso tociriy Chct A his record unblemished The youthful Kinsns City at tomcy draftee by the government to prosecute the case against Sen ator McClure and his 71 code irndants earned his nickname on the basis of past trhimpiis content in the Keystone roholic Slate Prcceriiiiii the federal indictment lie Delaware tOUiy leader held a hiLh position in tin Republican ranks throughout Pennsylvania Hc wai fiitiuently mentioned as a potential candidate in the gubernntorlal race E A TH E R FORE C AST ROAD BRIDGE PROBLE America And same man whose g Ify Presents Matter to C Gi Service Commis sion Decision Awaited who wore sciunccd lo serve jail terms A levminutes later the shite Sena tor wa linger printed and photo graphed Ior lh rogue gallery When McClure poied bail alter his indictment he escaped linger print ing by appearing be I ore a U S com Chester He was the only p v y A Aip T A Tvy one ttf the original Siti deleiidanls no v L l I 1 U iiujji1 printed or pholoyraphrd when they pcvied biil iFudgi1 Welsh gave suspriuied ren I uneos tu Ihc txconstablir and Cloudy skies are predicted today othTs as follows Altshuler followed by light rain late this atter Adam Thomas Conlry noon or night in Eastern Pennsyl Neal Dunnclly William Vails Mike vania Ncr jersey Delaware and Cirorge S tisher Joss vania It will be generally fair Rumki and D with lirjht rain tomorrow Harvey Sykrs i nlsht Jimmy Dcrvin a World War Hie highest temperature here yes irarino aviator was en a thivo terday vtis M at 1230 p m year tcntiicL VIKJ the lowest was L5 at GI5 a in Im glad you pleaded fjuiliy be The vernre of 50 was seven clecrcer caiiv I what yen did on the nijove normal for the date and 15 lields ot Fiance the revolutionizing racf of the who should of thr cost nf con cenus SlrDnnaltl II Crrsl Wradicr clrar track fast Sold Gas Range In Speedy Time Ye T did sell my can range through a classified advertisement in the Chester Times I was very much pleased with the results de clared Mrs M J McLauRhlln HD West Forrestview road Parksidc in speaking about pulling power of rv Times classified ad which brouehi results after the second day All pupil in ail schools will llot stone uniurned iu its plan to rWsrnn Tiiiuiv asscstments in the borough OH a Hh olhr surrounding day holiday including the weekend of Toys for Poor Kiddies With the thought in mind of brine equally useful when Diy m in men me Aiona iv nMii in ina a hnopv Chrismas to nearly 4000 arrives s The riassrs will resume at the rcgu n LcoTd nc to Mi7 necdv children of this city and sin With their loy packs on their sylvania Railroad and the County of ilar lime on Monday morning follow run ccoimut m MHU i is fnr thr nnrnosr the pupilstha taxpayers as to the steps ncc only break in their rceular pro cssaiv an aPPeaI rhe until December 23 when the I Christmas holidays will begin i U s ii informing i roHnclins community a Boy Scout j backs th scouts who will iinvess for i Delaware Km i I0i inc puiposr 01 iniiummg al cvcvy in 1 ihe toys will be assigned lo rcular j Notice had aho been thc Chester City urea and ils en neishborhood territories uid wlien the Ciiescr Water Srrviei bcn filled they will be which has a pipe lin burgesselect as well r Solicitor I virons and will place a request with tacks have bcn Borouch every resident for donations of toys emptied in a cei ha ttli aid Im sorry you did not plead guilty he told Brt Redding bt ciiuA1 you ICKI havo a distinguished ClKtinK a new bridge on Concord war record I am not Roinn to send rvu over the racks o the Penn vou to jail brcuuse it is too much vyivania Railroad Company n hear l ask a Negro chauffeur lo stand in was held yesterday before the up when your employers were dis Piitilic Service Commission in Ihila honest I will sviipcnd sentenre on y011 uut fi10 SoOO The iienrinz was before J Rurspll O N Smith chief of Delawiuv WollT IttinR comiiiUhioiior in Room rounly wns Rivrii a Mi Citv Hall and vis on complaint spanned sentence and fined SiKi of this city brinKinu in as defendant Many of the other minor rifeiuim HAStrtr of Pennsylvania th Pcnnreceived suspended scnteiKe Thomas McCcmb a six months sentence and lined ilono Michael Trcstrail a rielee Companv e wns sentenced o lo nuniths and extend in I lined SlOOO John Bauer McCiureV above the average November last year tcmpenituvc ior tlu1 date is72 established in 1031 Mid minimum 10 in 1380 Sunrisn wis nt fi57 a in and viil b at 439 p m eastern Mandani time The given the I WASHINGTON Nov 24 jlrciisury net balance for November 22 Iwis Sll08Tiri2nno6n Miscellaneous uilcrnn rrvnu rrccipls that day wvr R2120srJoni CusoniE receipts inr th ntonh through November 22 jwerc Herbert L Hutchison and I cverv resident for donations ot toys emptied m a central plate Sortinp airosi ths bndf to remove the pi pi A Pfister win spak Those tovs which will be pathred i sroups set lo work and the new from span whrn it is definitely n riibiLi win IK i aside Tlien the aooil settled the work of constructing a I month and fined sioniK ti IS and clerks will bs on hand to assist the people in making out assessment appeal slips It is aimed to secure another 20 per cent reduction on the assessment in adriilion to Ihe 20 per cnt reduction allowed on the assessment according to a borough John R K Scoit defonseattorney bv 1000 Boy Scouts representing the toys will h personnel of every troop can b either used toys will be taken from thc pile niw bridge will be startetl Inc wnter for iiscc ones aside because of the and Ihc broken toys will be set in company has asrccd to remove thc pi Mdcd fo tnunc IIH vrivtnwA nnn nf rhilrlron iii n rimilv nnoiher section of the center 1 nines a its own expense VY a unnu action of the center After the sorlinc has been com advanced ape of children in a family or they mav be broken toys or still betternewtoys Those workins for i pleted nnd the dona lions ot penerous drive will welcome donations of hearted and cooperative have pipes a its own exp The city railed attention to Con roininc under any of ih clasi Ctintinned on Page Twenty I fVcaUons because ail will be found i Coniinuctl on Fifteen who won a Congvessiojial Medal of j Honor i I cant do ii Uvr iutise paid Ill i jpivr you six months hc tnld cjiiiun Continued on Tajc Twenty Daniel Toohcy who collated in i cord avenue havinc been out in 1637 and of it brinpt on of the WASHINGTON Nov I a s i r r n clnntiy willi prnbahly lijb snow in cxtrrirc iiorlli jinrtinn tnnislit Sat uniiy fair and not lunch change in trmperalurc Western rcnnsylvanla Generally fair loiiiRbt Saturday increasing clouilincss and lislit rain Saturday niRlil and probably near Lake Frio in tbe aftrnviinn i TODAYS TEMIKKATVUES fi a in54 M a in a m 40 Noon IS 8 a mT 4 l p m f a m 2 p m ti 10 a m   

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