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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TWY WHOM THE GOOS WOULDDESTROY THEY MAKE FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of the Day 58TH 17759 DnllV Leascd Wire UPDO Us of Untied Press UP Rivd International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 KKW EIGHTEEN PACKS PRICE TWO CENTS SMITH RAPS FDR STATE TO START PECHIN RETAINS BOLONEY DOLLAR LIQUOR STORES I LEAD IN RACE IN MONEY POLICY WITHIN A MONTH FOR SHRIEVALTY DOCTOR CAMY CONFESSES Statement of Former Pres idential Nominee Seen Outright Revolt Executive Smiles at Blast to Continue Program in Face of Critics 300 to Be Established in Populous Sections Phila to Get 10 Mav Utilize Closed Bank Buildings All Robberproof to Be NEW YORK Nov the first open break with the administration of President Roosevelt former Gov ernor Alfred E Smith issued a state ment yesterday caustically criticizing I he Presidents monetary policies He declared he is for sound money and a return to the gold standard He said I am for gold dollars as against baloney o r experience against experiment If I must choose between private management of busi nrss and management of a fiovern ment bureaucracy I am for the pri Tabuiating Board Now En gaged With Checking Chester Citv Votes vale management The Democratic nominee for the HAHR1SBURG Pa Nov UP the next month approxi mately 300 stateowned liquor stores will be established in Pennsylvania State officials indicated today lo sell intoxicants to and li censed retailers They will be located in the popu lous sections of the commonwealth and except in Philadelphia and Pitts burgh a limit of has been fixed as the monthly rental for any state store building While the liquor control board two members of which Governor Pinchot already has submitted lo the Senate for approval will have presidency in 1028 permitted to be made public part of an open letter he will print in the December issue of New Outlook of which he is edilor It is an answer lo a request by the New York State Chamber of Com Present Indications Favor Democrat as Winner by Close Margin With IB precincts in this city completed by the tabulating board at Media yesterday Nathan Pcchin j Democratic candidate for sheriff is leading by 8G1 votes over Maior Gen eral William G Price Jr Republican Conforming iviih expectations Pcchins dwindled county lead of considerably when 1307 the Chester count started but even Re publican leaders admitted yesterday that it is almost certain that the Democrats lead will no dwindle low enough to enable the Republican cnnj didatc to gain a victory With US precincts o the countys charge of selecting the locations of 1238 completed the official count now stores the Department of Property Price 38349 Peehin 30210 and Supplies has started negotiations Several discrepancies appeared when the count of the Chester votes bestarted yesterday and five election merce for question his views on the money The statement created a sensation in New York and was read wiih avidity in the financial center and at political headquarters for prospective locations That department also will charged with the responsibility of boards appeared before Judge Albert equipping the stores with grilled Dutton MacDade today to explain windows burglar alarms tearpas ap1 the errors All of ihc mistakes were pliances and safes to reduce the hazards of theft It has been suggested that closed bank buildings could be utilized for I the stores but this may not be feas the of the clerical variety and after the election boards stated the reason for the error to the court reporter they were permitted to retire to the pub In Washington the immediate re ible since such buildings are located in the business sections of cities and The boards summoned were from Second and fourth precincts Firs j opinion theadministration to state will receive the profits of the ward first and second precincts which Smith has been even i stores every cfTorl will be made to Second ward and the third precinct action was that this is of far greater import than a mere difference of rentals would be high Since the lie hearing tions ALIVE WHEN SHOT WAS FIRED AT HER Coroner Says Bullet Hem orihnue Caused Death Tsol Anaesthetic COUNTYGROUP FOUND GUILTY FREED ON BAIL o i li o r i n 1 i for Low Down in Operating Table Case i r i i r i o u 1 h i Appeal to Higher rederal Court Results m Permission For Signing of Bonds While Patrol Wagons Awaited 71 For Prison Proves Shock ClUCACiO Nov lift UNSiStill thi rool horriiclyjKilsrcl vUntirl In thi center of a nwlitroin police jlivily Dr Aliro Lindsay Wynrkoop J2 stood by her confcsMtm today to another ordeal o question ing in the bizarre killing of her pretty lUutiv Wyiu koop In lho face of Dr Wynokoops tihvi confession now reRsmlod ns defense more ihsn an admission ui tinnoimccd their determina tion 10 elicit from the woman physl cinu tin true motive for Hildas puwHilK dciith on an operatin in bio in Dr W y n uk oops 10room mansion j of mystery Dr Wynikoop and her philanderI inn son Kiirle who explained his extramarital allairs with the stato monl Ihai lus Kirl wife was his men tal inferior wen locked up at Fill more sired police Union til mid night I he questioning lo be rcsiimed aflcr they had a few hours rest Composed und answering questions with cool precision Dr Wynekoop i maintained hor story hat the ati Appeal For New Trial Will Be Argued in Escape With Suspended Veterans Gloom in Political Circles room and make Betraying no hint of her mint ions Dr Alice Lindsay Wynckoop 02 told burnhaired wife of her son had died investigators of the slaying of her daughterinlaw Mrs Ubcta Wynckoop 23 frotn accidental administration of She shot the drilled Rirl since Roosevelt became President It was intercepted as outright re volt which may have far reaching keep expenses low Philadelphia probably consequences and may porj county a similar number with five tend a schism in the party over or six In the city of Pittsburgh tarv matters such as developed in j The department of public instruc the Cleveland Administration and later in the several bids of William J Bryan for the Presidency Smith thus joins with other promi r nent Democrats whooppose President Roosevelts experiment with a man aged currency including Bernard M r Baruch and Senator Carter Glass of Virginia chief fiscal adviser of Presi dent Wilson Smith declared he does not believe th Democratic party is fated always to be the party of greenbackers paper money printers free silvcrites cur rency managers rubber dollar manu j cf the Fourth ward be As matters stand at present Pcchin allotted 10 stores and Allegheny j appears to be the ultimate victor by a majority lying somewhere between 12 and 40 votes Unofficial figures believed to he accurate gave Pries a margin of 1303 or 1337 votes over tion will have charge of the civil service examinations for store em ployes Governor Pinchots control bills re quire that the sores be in opcralion by January 1 Until that time hotels restaurants and clubs will be per mitted to retail liquor to individuals purchasing it originally from dis tilleries As soon as the state stores are established to handle retail trade the licensed establishments will be per mitted to sell only for consumption on the premises They also will be facturers and crackpots compelled to purchase their supplies Referring to one of the Presidents from the stores The state will buy recent speeches he said I the liquor from distilleries MCLURE NOT TO i VERDICT STUNS GOTOHARRISBURG i FRIENDS OF MEN Will Attend Regular Scs Considerable Speculation H 0 W CV C Had i as tO Actioil 111 CaSCS Of died from hemorrhagecaused he said Pcchin in this city As Pcchin WES the Chester count started political workers of both parties asre3 that the Democrat is evidently the next sheriff by a very narrow margin numerous protects arc I am not going to attend ths presi The sweeping verdict of guilty for certain to be Sled by both partiss i ent special session of Up L3lslaturc I all defendants in the Delaware an ovcrdOEc of nnntSthctic while she was examining the jirl She insisted that she had then fired a bullet into the prostrate girls back to make it appear as though Hilda hiul been killed iinini n robbery thit the prominent physicians professional reputation in no manner bo clouded In a report made today Broken socially financially politically many of thr major ilofoiulanls in the notorious county con spiracy curie arose this morning wonderingwhat the future holds for them All released on bail pending argu ment of an appeal for a new trial in March before the Cir cuit Court Yesterday they heard Frank Schwab a bcspccklcd manufacturer who was foreman of the Federal jury in Philadelphia utter the words that spelled their doom At exactly 11 a m he handed Judge George A Welsh a sealed verdict which was a blanket conviction Leo Lilly Court cleric polled the jury at the request of John R K Scott one of the leading lawyers of defense counsel The verdict was unanimous What a moment The Court room sobbed hysterically as they learned was Jammed every Federal employe i of Hie fate of their kin who could leave their uittcc to hear the nrws jamming Into the Court bv Dr room and remained until sentence Thomas Dwyer coroners wls ou llic lasl defendant it was stated that the slain wife had Good Rest County Employes Continued on Page Eight but I will b2 in Harrlsburg for th county ease in Federal Court cast a CITY COUNCIL next regular session decided gloom yesterday over the So declared State Senator John J court house tit Media McClure yesterday after h WKS sen Many men employed in the court Continued on Lastrage administration worked against time e today to draw up comprehensive con trol regulations by December 5J The Urns was so short and the STOCKvS STEADY IN tenced bv Federal Judge Welsh in house know many of the defendants GRANTS REQUEST Philadelphia personally and regardless of theguilt I He refused however to comment or innocence of the accused they j on the verdict of the jury merely 1 felt a personal sorrow for their plight Consent was granted by the City smiling when asked what he thought I There was speculation as lo what Commissioners at a meeting held j O j will be done with the ones who are this morning in the council cham expect to take a Ions refit j holding county offices No one in her In City Hall to the Union Rail now that the trial is over j he was i authority would make any statement way Company of Chester and the r concerning thisfiuestlon Southern Pennsylvania ho replied Ive ben resti Employed by the Board for by the gunshot wound This according to authorities indi cates strongly that Elhctn alive when the revolver shot was fired into her heart on the operating table Dr Wynekoop and her son wore ordered roused for another session of grilling early today as Charles K Dougherty assistant states attorney announced his determination to break CnnUuucd on Ilist Page MOTORIST FIGURES IN TWO CRASHES tcn minutes time Insl night according to the police E A Company operatinglessees to 13 here for the past eight or nine j mcnt and Revision of arc five ralbot 38 of the 400 Knst up nnu rsmovc the roadbsd and street of the defendants h the capacity j Eiphth street fiRiircd In two aulomo dcronse counsel John j of deputy real estate nwcMors These j bifn Occidents If4 problems so multitudinous that grave railway tracks from Second strscl Members cf difficulties were encountered in per between Chester creek bridge and R K Scatt William T Connor j men arc Thomas Fennel oljhe Sevi Tnc fini occurred when Ihc cur pcricnccs in Prance and also the Italian Army fet a year after listening to IfECtihg codes and marketing agree Highland avenue and to abandon inrmfi Jucicc James Gry Oordcn Sr cnth ward and John J Coniil wTnlbot war driving si ruck one and John B Kannum Jr rcfviECd to thc Eighth ward of this city Cnns Driven bv Rnnerl E Hanna k oie being tfFAV YORK Nov mcnti under the recovery and farm the street railway sorvlcs thcrron and John B Kannum Jr rcfviECd to the Eighth ward of this city Chris by Hasina of 707 Stocks the dollar and cotton acts whereby the government intends Thc ordinance which was dccig comment on the findings of the jury j Nacrelli of Marcus Hook Harry Tillj Thirtieth street Wilmington We nct statement men Scott 1 nien of Aston township and William icnr seventh nnd Welsh streets are fighters and intend 10 Fuuerton of Tmicum township damaging the front fender and all the way through Thc Court ordered new bails In the same amounts as here tofore posted They were readily supplied by the defendants and nil left after a brief detention but be fore they were liberated Senator Mc Clurc hnd to submit to fingerprint ing which was done in the ofllce of the U S Marshal Judges J Whllaker Thompson Joseph B Buffinglon nnd J Warren Davis received the appeal In cham bers In support of their appeal tha defense attorneys John R K Scott James Gny Gordon Sr n former judge Morgan S Kaufman of Scranton nnd John B Hannum of this city cilcd 905 alleged errors on Ihe part of Federal Judge George A Welsh in conducting the trial Meanwhile1 the 12 middleneed men jurors two alternates tor day were locked in the embrace of their Jamllics from whom they were i separated the past right weeks ns they I were held incommunicado during tha He was siaicd to I ess Ulc hial n daybut the Tlln rclurn of thc vcrtUct lowed by one of I ho most poignant scenes ever witnessed in n courtroom Political status was cast to the winds The only ones who benefited by the Courts decision were those who ought on the battlefields of France Bravery in war was considered by Judge Welsh himself a veteran and a stiiunch member of the American Lesion Steve Colletta was scarcely men tioned during the eight weeks of tlv case but like several others who many thought should have been acquitted he was sentenced Its true thul his sentence was re duced because he was n wounded vet eran The somewhat stubby exsol dier whose hair Is tipped with gray squared his shoulders ns he stood be fore Judge Welsh and hoard his law ruled steady in the early trading j to set prices limit production and imj natcd as No 45 gives to tin railway i We nro today in quiet trading The street j ports and supervise sales company the right to discontinue said We was disappointed that President officials of the NRA and AAA service in order that the repaving fight this labored on the tag ends of a dis tillers code Monday they will hold z public hearing on a brewers code and on Wednesday will consider a code for importers Drafters hopsd to have a wholesalers code ready j operate buses on the high for consideration Tuesday street will be paved Flower street Roosevelt failed to mention his gold policy in his speech last night but that disappointment apparently had no effect onany market Silver futures dropped 40 to 50 points an exception in the commodity group Traders had bid up prices lata yesterday after an early decline in i anticipation of a good word for silj QQQO EXTRA COPIES vcr from the President Todays sell m TATTOO ing xvas the one show of disappoint Or lliYiltio mint with tha speech j i A long list of stocks held at the xhs climax of the county coni previous close including General MJ piacy trial in Philadelphia resulted tors Standard of California New i thc sale of 9000 extra copies of York Central Dome he Chester Times fiOOO on the of cial Solvents and Bethlehem Steel s lar editions and 3000 on the exira i Decision of the New York State printed at 352 which contained the u uiL Public Service Commission to force 11CWs of the men being freed on ball of the thoroughfare be done by the j Hannum meeting a group of re State Highway Department at no porters in the corridor remarked cost to the taxpayers On completion j Thats right boys all together now of the work permission will be granted and go into your dances of joy the Pennsylvania Bus Appointees of the county commis sioners include five of the defend ants One is Edward S Fry collector of county and poor taxes in this city Others are Howard Reese main Company to Adrian Bonnelly another defense I tenance foreman of the county engi lighwav Tha attorney termed the findings an neers office John McClure of Darby fir IvMt nufratre county sealer of weights and meas lar west as ouirage unm NOTIFY PRESIDENT OF bumper of the Hanna car Both ve hicles were going north on Welsh street when the collision occured John S Hurley assistant director of llres and William Jones Negro janj untjer arrest by Captain Harry Rob theprohibition unit of the Division ior Eert Rending jxegro chauffeur ilTStm nnd Patrolman Stewart This attorney also comes m0rnint in police court Talbot was i i I t Y PRESIDENT of Investigation Washington ssnt a for the district attorney also come m0niirre in police court Talbot was the Grand Jury tr i i i to Commander John D Pen county commissioners charged bv Hnnnn with tolng n hit guarded While they were thus F1 ORGANIZATION ininuoa supzrvlror in chaic of the r1i i alionvjys office ar nm reckless driving cnrcerated their attorneys were unU CMS County Detective O N Smilh Honnn fined him S10 nnl buy as the proverbial bee tryinc i SincffVa congratulations on smarh Michael Trcslrnil rosrs for the Oficnsc Talbot promised have freed pradlng a new t nt Prpnlclin TJ RocsGVGlt Fnrcc 01 the Tuning tTnin n llTifon wilcli HiH n iinv t six months Rradine Nopro who wns i u episode touched with for the oilier of the district and R staklgrimncss as Jutlpe Welsh jattomey had preceded CollcLta He Ule defendants before him First came those who pleaded guilty They were all given suspended sentences which had been antici pated Then came the smaller defendants Judge Welsh knew many of them for years and spoke to them feelingly before he imposed sentence Tom McComb you were a real man You didnt want liquor in your which was a complete surprise to all who heard the testimony Then came Johnny Troffo Mike The second crash took place at Trestrail A L McNca John Bes Ninth and Sproul streets between Pat um a fcw more Talbots car and one being operated by Harry J Fryer of 7228 Clinton road Philadelphia Talbot was placed soldiers nil of whom were given some consideration but all were given sentences All of the 71 defendants were led from the court room to the room used Grand Jury there d t ri d t tlmir lini j in L G per cent electricity rate cut in t The verdict of the jury was read New York City had no effect on the n a m ami at L123 ths Trmes general run of utilities Small gains j wns On the street carrying this news j cou were noted in Public Service at 35It Tile second edition was printed at Club oil United Corporation at North U36 containing the entire list of Ralph M Smarts pesident American at lo7 and National Power Light at 10s Consolidated i Gas directly affected by the cut lost to i copies Wet stocks rallied with Schenley i More telephone calls were received cccicct secretaryireo at 27U up li and National Disj the Times yesterday than in its organization tillers at 255 up i Farm equipi history The bombardment began Tne trade council mcnt issues moved up when it was shortly before 10 oclock rnd at 1022 i unde President Frpnkjin D Roosevelt ing victorv obtained against worse notmed yesterday or j yi oiators imaginable itread a retail iraac j vej to nll wllo wcle instrumental in tnis city j eQUring tviis remarkable victorv The council was organized at recent meeting held Division of Chamber of Commerce trying to trial admire you for that but lucre has been some evidence presented here that compels me to prtss a sentence i unj iniu Qp vou said as the i th James compenfntc Hannn for the cost of Judge Welsh had refused a new trlnl i f d stood ArnrvM McNeal ann Patrick rcairiiig his car before he left the and five patrol wagons awaited out p nmi7mcnt private detectives who iicaniig room Fryer not in the i side the Federal Building to convey are ve done considerable invrsiiga work for the district attorneys called ganizfd at ajthanks of lhe attorney general and i by the cicparlmciU for the zeal and the Delaware lcuigence shown in making and News of Commerce in i prosecuting the worst in the hisverdict spread like wilqfire throughout Welsli streci tory Of our work Appropriate comlilc collrthouse and intense interest i of the rnondalion to each and everyone rei was shown in the sentences as they i room when the cnse was the Federal Court jurys i CLINICS FEATURE nH IiLn lnfii i f DENTISTS SESSION convicted men to Moyamensing Prison But John R K Scott and William T Connor found three judges in the Circuit Court of Appeals nnd had their clients admitted to bail pending argument on the appeal which will be heard on March 1 next year The il pronounced Large crowds gathered in front of the Chester Denial men of this city and all ncs office opposite the court hoine pans of Delaware county were prcsj act a superscdeas staving the read bulletins posted on ihe win cnt at a recent meeting of I ho Clios of tilc sentences rytrensurcr of th i dowS rf v and others responsible for the casj is said that a wire was kept open pui Mansion noiue wis formed i fcs he wrote that thejury to the Federal Building from ihc of ncsici th authorisation of the NPvA has performed a real service to ficc of Clerk of Courts Mink to re Icnrned the government would make the Times announced to all telephone and the National Retail Trade American People The challcnp of cBivc details of the thn Tern no change in its monetary policy callers that the verdict would bs an ctl By a unanimous vote 01 the mer the racketeer has been accepted and Immediate aftei the bo u Case rose I1 to 13U and Interna nounccd at 11 a m At this hour i chants the organisation went on j answered by this verdict By his con came known tional Harvester to 42 and thereafter the private telephone j record ns wholclieartrdly approving duet of this Judge Welsh has the bench 1 i j i i fn Ontanriin5 Judges destined for grenicr 1 MacDade were sitting en bane There An interesting program of clinics featured the afternoon session One During this time word of the ver dict was flasheri to relatives who be gcd the Chester Tinies with telc stricken mothers wives and children of thedefendants in the chemical section U S GOLD PRICE rt Tnr to noro MaiKlibuIai Articulation was C c U of Phil Fronefield Boomli ard and second Full DeiUurc THP was presented by Dr i was no interruption of the procccri While members of the family of j Oliver Durham of 1413 Edgmont avcj COMIHITTKD TO ASYLUM P H Ace of Media The members of the Association Jsmes Thomas 35 Negro of Scc or the FAIR WEATHER FOR AREA TODAY RFAI MNSUNCH nuc wcre fr0n home ycsterona and Edwards street whet was day shopping in the central business picked up by Acting Captain Hanley section of the city thieves broke into Thursday afternoon when the ofFccr TAKING ON CARGO Our Eyes by Or James Thoriugtoii List of Guilty And Sentences In County Case Those convicted in the Delaware county rumconspiracy trial ycstcr a Dentist Should Do to Pro riny witli their sentences are as fol Thc American steamship Srm Berj pcrly Protect His Own Upper Reflows Then the name of Daniel Toahey was railed Several cried out that hn was sick in bed Then Judge Welsh remarked I have watched Dan Toohey whila be was in court here and I know ha is vcrly ill He is 74 years old and no power on earth could make me send him to jail Joe Doblit was tho only defendant to make n speech in his cwn behalf He told of the various charities he contributed to and blamed his plight on his youth I know jou have been doing somi ftoori said Judge Welsh hut by llvs time diet A Keycs was on his feet and declared Your Honor Joe Doi litz is Ihc biggest bootlegger in Ches ter A sentence of nine months and a fine of was imposed on Dob litz In the case of John Grayson of Third near Norris street Mr Keycs asked the Court to be lenient Grayson would not have been n defendant hnd not a creator powirr than mine prevailed He is only hers i coast ports via Baltimore Fair weather is predicted crn Pennsylvania New Jen ware and Maryland There liclit rain tomorrow followc colder weather in the afternoon or cents above the world price set in reported to the police at night London today 1 The highest temperalure here yesj The London price loday was 1 Icrday was 45 degrees at a p m shillinggs 6 pence up 5 pence from and the lowest was 36 at a m yesterday Based on the opening ex The average of 10 was two degrees j change rate for the pound sterling below normal for the date and five i this was equivalent to 1 a fine ounce The dollar remained at 6123 cents Continued on Lasl Pare TEN PROBE TO START degrees below the average Novem ber 24 last year Maximum tem perature for the date is 68 estab in 1931 and minimum IB in IS SO Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will bn at p m Eastern Standard time LINDBERGHS FETED IN CANARY ISLANDS s ASSEMBLY PLANS i PA INCOME TAX WHITE COLLAR ONCE WEALTHY TO PUSH PROGRAM EXPERIMENTAL JOBS PLANNED1 BROKER JAILED j i With Liquor Control OutjPinchot Administration Federal Administrator Bidj Committed for Refusal o ii i IT r ii rTT of Way Session May Last Onlv Few WeeUs Admits It But Wants to Raise Revenue die Pushing Civil Works Program Provide Support for His Wife and Child HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Rj United Tress LAS PALMAS Canary Islands Nov ncklents of Lns Palmas abandoned everyday pursuits with today to shower hospitality on ugiicuion AT BOUIF purplcoralcli S Syriac KcriclifTc B c r k v i I I Todlipiir JIakc Believe Pretty Boy Mainshcct l I entertained the famous couple The Colonel and his wife continued in definite regarding their future plans V S TREASURY BUANXE WASHINGTON Nov pV Nov UP HAKRISBUHG Nov HARRTSBUKG Pr Nov Kciwarri Bywood rxinit 1lDU Admiltcdly rxpcrinrntiiic HIR PinI Collar nc Honairn Wnll Sirrcl speculator who scckinR to tap cuiilod Uic attention of Eric H Bidrilr broke into print a years aRO hy sed to suii child of which Senator McClures persona secretary fifteen months imprisonment and S5000 fine Kupcne K clerk of the Penn sylvania House of Representatives righthand man of Senator McClure leader of Chesters Eighth ward and undertaker by profession one year and one day imprisonment and Louis N Robinson Swarthmore head of a special commission to in vestigate disorders at the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia will start his inquiry into the recent prison riots on Monday Hearings will be held inside the jail BANDITS GET SflOft POTTSVILLE Pa Nov unmasked bandits held up two Kdvrnrd i clerks in the East Bear Ridge col S Try city collector of licry office at Frackville today and diplomatic representatives county taxes at Chester leader of Chesters Ninlh ward and former coroner one year nnd one day irn jmonmcni and fine N Smith chief of Drlawarc county detectives ten months sus pended sentence and three years pro bation and fine John 1 Lutlrcll Chfstcr City Councilman member of the finance escaped with nearly S900 in The Weather of the work relative to liquor control alton base Is incomes and taxation it was predicted today j Since Martn Breeze itTuskoday War Banner Fabius Field Gold Tone Hand Duelist clear Track fast i nalcrniiy took commission and leader of Chesters Broadmcadows Farm Eleventh ward one year nnd one of the three day Imprisonment and SiOOO fine include work for engineers architects i county judges sitting at Media I Edward Kobinson mercantile1 ap Passageof a bill Vesting in House i researchers men and women interi Sehullz broken in spirit and now j praiscr and leaner of Chester cadefsarehopnfulcommilCec would give Pennsylvania csted in city planning clerks ste almost penniless went prepared for that two weeks after Thankssivins its first income tax and require and the like i his third trip to the county prison In eighteen f will be sufficient to wind up thehusU hncnls on 1033 incomes before next As a step toward this end he an as many years for the snmc f lh others are not so Aoril 15 nounccd the appointment of Miss i trouble He had a suitcase full of sChcslei s Third w momns im scssionotllcrs are 1HH so for n srduatcd Anna Owers of Philadelphia as i clothes ami other necessities He and SIOOO fiiie Thc treasury net bnSance for Nov LfquoP legislation was given the i as from one psr cent on in direcior of the Miss appeared to resent the criticism of nillam A McChrK political 23 was S11371W33883 MisccHanc of wav the of the comes up lo S10000 two por cent on war in charge of the Junior one of the presiding jndgrs who O o vivluallv all bilh except a few incomes from S10flOO to S50000 and Kmnloymenf Service nf the State said SciHiUs if you were not such i da ana recovery subjects andiihrrc cent on sums in excess of Board cf Education for many years j an obstinate man you would sup S3000 fme were Ulat Customs receipts for tho month through Nov 23 were Rid renl llvt pomr In our plavroom Coolly Lilley 703 WASHINGTON1 Nov The ivcatlicr forecast Kistcrn Pennsylvania Cloudy anrl warmer lonight followed by lijhl rain Sunday and probably in cx jtrrmc north portion late lonipht Colder Sunday night and in west ahrt north portions in afternoon Western Light rain anrt warmer tonishl Sunday rain nnd colder probably changing lo snow flurries in north portion New lorscy Increasing and warmer tonight probably fol lowed by ligiit rain Sunday Colder Sunday night TODAYS TEMPKRATURES the sdiciiers bonus have been kept that amount in committee ponding disposition of Continued on Last Page llVilll 11 I I 1UI I Hit J lliil I v i k o ivll iH Hi T Twrmylwo new relief port th child and po free Sitting I Davit B Mccnan political leader U admiUctl in ndminis first in Pennsylvania under the Civic among other prisoners arralpned j of Chesters Fifth ward one year Continued on Last Page I Continued on PIRC I Cnntinurd on Last Continxicd on Lasl Paf t 6 n m 7 a m a a m 9 am 39 10 m 40 11 a 111 44 Noon SS  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