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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              MOTHER GOOSE COME TRUE FINAL EDITION With All Latet and of the Day 58TH 17701 Daily LenMcl nf Viilicil Press Up mid Intel mulonnt New Service INS CilKSTHK IA TUESDAY NOVI3MBKK 28 IfllW EIGHTEEN IAGES PRICE TWO CENTS MD MOB RUSHES TROOPS HOLDING 4 FOR L YNCHING EXPECTED TO QUIT Teargas Bombs Let Loose as 2000 Enraged Citizens Gather About Salisbury Soldiers With Prisoners Break Through Turbulent Crowd for Baltimore Jail Arrests Ordered by Governor Ritchie in Killing of Negro Lynchers Go Kidnap Hangers Publicly Boast of Their SALISBURY McL Nov militiamen with four alleged lynchers as their prisoners broko through an infuriated mob in Salisbury today and sped in trucks towards Baltimore after a clash in which soldier threw more than 100 tear yas bombs A riotous scene in which the states attorney general and other officials were the targets of stones hurled by the crowd marked tile climax of the militia invasion of this town early today when thty aroused many citizens from their beds and arrested the four men on orders of Governor C Ritchie Lane fled toward in his automobile I State militiamen threw more than j of INCOME TAX EVASION BASIS FOR NEW INQUIRY j Initial Steps Arc Taken by Government to Ferret Out Chisclers 1 Action Follows Completion of County Rum Graft Trial How much has the United Slates Military College has placedin the hands of the iule Federal Fincruciiey Administration of Public nil j extensive Unitary about lobe launched i application lor to be used in i i by the government as the aftermath rm extensive building program which of the recent counlv conspiracy case lollK 1 lf thefuture i Ii ir i expansion program of the 1U vear old in Philadelphia lederal Court institution according to an i All during the trial government i nounccmeiit made by Colonel Hyatt iiscms sal in the courtroom and day At lhe time the applica after day week after week made noi on is in tho hands of the adiuin While Republican leader aliens as the parade of ivilncsses islnxlor at Harrisburn nncl action Is I of InICixhtli ward and chief clerk spoke about lhe thousands thev paid unticipalid witliin a few days A I of the House of representatives whoand paid number of the friends of the collrue was convicted last week in the county i The new inquiry will have a twoare of the belief that the project will P M C APPLIES FOR A FEDERAL LOAN I Money Would be Used to Build Two Dormitories Academic Building j Details Are Disclosed in I Announcement Made by Col K K Ilvalt Colonel Frank K Hyatt president 1 Government been chiseled by oviA commandant of the Pennsylvania come tax evaders j The answer will IKthe result of an NEXT SHERIFF LIQUOR CONTROL BILL READY TO PASS PA SENATE Reported for Final Enactment After tee Incorporates a Number of Changes at Early Morning House De lays Action Until 430 P M Likely to Be Approved by Governor Before Thanksgiving So That State Board Can Start Issuing Licenses to Hotels and Rcstati rants This Week NATHAN II IKCllIN Democrat SAN JOSB Cal Nov j Its lust for revenge satiated the mob that Sunday night Ivnched the kill ers of Brooke Hart 22 today re sumed the quiet life that characteri ized this community beore youns Hart was kidnaped and slain the kidnapers Thomas and John Holmes in the city morgue The battered old two scarred elms 11 conspiracy ease RED CROSS ROLL CALL CAMPAIGN ni 1 F O f n AT A m f AT re K F S Ml N A I ION l i A OF E F WHITE mob tho armory where the four men Alex JHart owner arrested on charges of lynching a01 Sa largest department were hold i buried yesterday It was The turned the village i the of his mutilated body n strsct Into a replica oC a World War san Francisco Bay 17 days after h of House Clerk to I fold purpose To brin to iht MISi receive favorable consideration tfinirir 1 nrVlIIlM jpccted wholesale evasions of the inI Plans a submitted by Ciioiu1 A I H H I P I H I llh j come tax laws by racketeers and pub Hyatt call for the construction of two J Allil T II I l lie onicials and to obtain lena buildings and an academic llTTMn niirkTrviT A r nil r j ciencc against persons involved in j building The entire crouplng is soi I what is described rs a tjroup of inj planned that the clTect will be highly kjllltlJLl T TlSJl 1 terlocking rum rings that have been uniform with the Colonial stone arc hi pi ri t mm iTrvrniin operating along the Atlantic seaI lecture plan existing throughout The 1V A VlllrN Roll Call agents predict that the stories in heisht and approximately j flf inmiiry wil reveal a situation 120 feel in length Each of the two s l i will make the now famous j living quarters are planned to consbt ill IK1 1llst DomOtTJlt loi I Delaware county case seem like a of bedrooms reading and recreation nrf i petty affair j rooms and in the lower floor or basei rill 1 lie Oil ICC hlllCei Philadelphia and southern New i ment equipment for billiards and i IA i iron erscy will be the focal points of the I bowline The slecnine rooms as nro1 1orts of Workers lo En list New iM em hers Will Conclude Thursday Chester d Cross I on annual will be concluded Day the results Qllit Rcsll It in Jcrsc wil1 be the focal points of the I bowling The sleeping rooms pro investigation considerable evlI iiosed will be almost exiuMy alike iiy UllSler by Legislature dence having already been jialhered appearance and appointments j against racket mobs in PhiladelI The sketches for the academic All Other Republicans g the city and udjucent sec tions nri still slightly above the ures of last year and il Is hoped by he captains and their teams Him they will be able to complete the j drive on Thursday with a conccn Offices One Win County jlnUccl rirprt to attain cnoiich bcrships to place Ihe linn I GOV ALBERT C RITCHIE Rolph publicly announced he condoned tiie hangings and would pardon any man arrested His statement brought condemnation from all parts of the nation i Rolph cancelled an engagement at i Boise Idaho because conditions in my slate now arc very unsettled mak ing it unwise for me to leave i Doubt was expressed by city and i county officials that anv of the lynchers would be arrested They in sisted none of the leaders had been i identified and that action if any must await recovery of Sheriff Wil liam Emig Emig was in jured when the shrieking mob bat tered its way into the isdl and seized Thurmond and Holmes The sheriff was noncommittal The district attorney said he could i not take action unless Emig or dereci He expressed the belief ths i sheriffs views would coincide with i Governor Rolphs Meantime wouldbe heroes pro claimed themselves leaders of the mob Host were boys in their iate I teens They proudly told how they I incited the mob how they provided i rope for the executions and how thev plan of the old has long been pro Finally he entire street was cleared braved tear gas bombs and clubs to of pedestrians break into the jail Militiamen were forced jo drop all j Scores of them stood in on idea of bringing the captives before downtown streets all day Monday n magistrate in Princrss Anne today willingly relating their stories None when th crowd began to grew larpcr i feared arrest Despite and la builtiins De drew ing Albert Down we Ignoring the soldiers and Ihe guiLS the residents 01 this ancient section ol the eastern shore presscd for ward waving their arms and de manding entrance to the armory Tho soldiers held them off as long as passible without violence Finally when it appeared the arm ory would be rushed Brigadier Gcn Rerkord save the order to re lease the bombs Soldiers si cod at the windows and at the front porch tossing the misi p r i r Civil Works I Work Soon to Begin before Attorney General Homer S del battalion can be accommodated I at one time On thefloor above Mv Continued on Page Sixteen i mess hall there will be a modern as jsembly room equipped with the test WELL ARE CAMPAIGN i possible appointments to Ko with a IXT orrvi nxr i Tr laSE stage nnd dresslnR rooms li KlULiliil J AKlV i A mezzanine floor is planned and I this together with the upper flosr The local welfare of bs turnc1 Riclley Park inaugurated its annual FQ0111 wuh a CCIltral campaign for funds on Saturday in ths form of a dollor popular sub Th5sc UlT lf rcalizecl scription from all residents of the j boroush to provide funas for its work in aiding families of the uneni ployed during the winter montlis pascd Members of the American Legion and of the American Legion Auxiliary are cooperating in conducting the i compaisn The art class ofRidley i Park High School has aided in the publicity through the presentation i of a ntimbsr of attracriva posters i placed throughout th2 iwrouah Teams representing the Chester Buttons are bein distributed to all Boys Club and the V M C A will 1 persons contributing and it has been hold a dual meet in the headquar suggestcd that they be displayed ters of the boys club Front street during the period of the drive to and Concord avenue this evening avoid further annoyance and unj Contests between the junior teams i necsssary contact by those in charge i and the senior teams of the two or j of solicitation ganizitions in games of checker j The campaign is to continue io and i ping pong pool and Ehuffleboard will including November 3d Those in be held The junior teams will be Srcial to the Chester Times charge have expressed the hope that composed of boys H years of nc and the response will be Sieicnt not to younger and the senior teams of HARRISBURG Nov 23 Rumors rcouivc a housrtohous canvs1 as members who arc 17 years old and Ttuo Convicted Men Resign County Jobs The county commissioners nt Media today received and accepted resignations tendered by Howard M Reese maintenance foreman with the county engineers and Albert Reading county chaufTcur both convicted last week in the county conspiracy case The commissioners received a Isttcr from County Controller Jamis T Stewart in effect that he not approve plac ing ih nSme of any of ths counfy empioyrs convictcn in the recent federal rum rina trial on the pay roll unless ordered to do so by the Ir wa1 iulnored at the County Srnt that sevcra othrs of the convicted men who have been on ths county payroll contemplated tenderinr their resignations buc up to cariy afternoon onlv Reese and Rsading had taken the action Continued on Page Sixteen M E ET THIS EVE NIN G Official Count of November Election Tincounty tabulating board ils wurk tills morning and the ollicial votes cnst together with the majority vote of each winner us announced arc as fol lows P Pechin D 42444 William G Price Jr R 24tH Pcchins majority 40 Count v T Stewart R 41903 Albert J Crawford D 41659 Stewarts majority 30 Prothonotary Malachi Pan coast R 42127 James F Gnlla Bher D 41031 Pancoasts ma jority inui Clerk of Mink Jr P 41804 O IlRenfrIt7 D 11173 Minks majority 420 Director of Poor lunexpircd H Peoples R 41 S45 Samuel T Gootllcy D 41 281 Peoples mnjorily Director of Poor irepular term Spinijler R 41il7 Helen Hackett D Spin ler majority 434 Jury V fial laghcr D 4224G Stnnlev Hibberd R 41752 434 Gallaghers majority well in advance of the drive totals for last year which were to carry on he work Hccords of the Roll Call his year show sircat number of special con InbuUonr made by concerns and in dividuals to the Koll Cal which are kept separate from the Ienulur mem berships A number of the principal contributions of this nature made to the Roll Call are as follows Viscose Company Mrs O M Stull SM South Chester Tube Company Rt Rev Bishop Frnncls M Taltt SVC Chester Enamelling Com pany Richard L nurke Ur Milton G Evans Personal Fin ance Company Young Mens Re publican Club 515 Mrs Lascell E I Bell E A Howell S5 S Irv ing and family James Irving Sons Incorporated Mr and Mrs Harold D Campbell E C Burton I Mrs Charles R Long SS Mrs J i P Van Ketircn lf Speare Brothers Sin Mrs Arthur G Jack A H Wire Company Andrew Frank Continued on 1ajtcTwn TEMPORAKV VACATIONa i Captain of Detectives George Fecney is confined to his home with a badly i Infected hand the result of a scratch i sustained on duly At first it was I thought he was suffering from bloocl poisoning but prompt treatment pre i vented this llARRISBUnG Pn Nov the llousi advanced the Scott bill creating a threeman uor Control Board when the Icgls lature reconvened at 11 a m today the Senate delayed action on Gover nor PinchoLs liquor control bill re cessing Kfler a 25minute session until 430 p in By pusshig the Scott bill on sec ond reading before a recess was taken at 1153 a in until 4JO p m The House assured passage tomorrow nf lhe control board bill before tha Thanksgiving holiday The Scott bill has passed the Sen ate Already approved by the House of Representatives the litmoi1 control bill last nlRht ran the Kauntlet of a public hearing at which more tlri 50 changes were suggested and finally came from committee at a ui with irdorxui of these incorporated An effort to suspend he rules and brine the bill up for final passage by the Senate was opposed by Senator Harry Shapiro Philadelphia who held that n vote without the amend ments behiR printed for each mem ber was not In due order Finally upon motion of Senator Harry B Scott Centre the Semite adjourned until 11 a in today The bill must KO back to the Hoiiso for concurrence in the nmendmcnls Another last ditch fight Is expected there by obstructionists who de plle fill in ITS to kill the stale storn feature and others continue their ef forts Shortly before midnight lite Senate suspended the rules reported the Scott bill creating a 3mari liquor board from committee and passed it on final reading Tt was transmitted to the House where it passed first reading without opposition thus Insuring its final passage before the legislators adjourn Wednesday lor the Thanksgiving holiday Pinchot bills 0110 introduced by Rep Morion Wit kin Philadelphia placing a Siagallon permanent tax on liquor and tho other presented by Rep Lilith Wilson Berks increasing the license fees for distilleries and breweries came out of committee In the House for firstread ing only long enough to be recom mitted Permits This Week Approval of the Scott bill before Thanksgiving will make it possible for the control hoard to start issuing Patrolmen Baynes has just re1 licenses to hotels restaurants and turned duty following a weeks clubs for the selling of iestinal grip and when repeal becomes effective Cnulcy who floured 1 week accident last FriI Frequent recesses were taken la up athome with both the house and the Senate last night after the opening of the third week of the special session at 9 oclock The House adjourned nt e will oil Cturc ARE APPROVEDiss in the Mc from lhe Jutii general committee were KSRHinK Day be permitted to milsnav 1110U1 H limmr in linlolK The consummati abscnct ior thn sinrtor from Dsla streets where an address was made i ware county The rctiuest was granted by Slate President Daniel Miller Tha selection of Whites successor Delegations were from Lancaster1 into the crowd As each bomb kept raining into j the square in front of the court house until the air was permeated wirii and tears were flowing The crowd scattered on the out skirls of the village indicating an intention lo come back as soon as cipal projects the gas had cleared of S18600 will be Despite the hsavy barrane and the of the funds allocat copious flow of tears the only real j Works Administration r casualty WHS Colonel George Washi This was made known today jorVty but General work in the state durS Bovvie Jr of the National j Mayor Ward Jr city counEdward Martin chairman of the October showed a seasonal doi Guard a BaHimorc socialite who reI Engineer Fred G publican Sate Committee sidetrnckcd i dins the Department of Labor and t Industry reported Permits were is GUEST SPKAKKII Dr Stewart G Cole of I S TREASURY UALAXCFl offici serve beer and liquor in clubs hotels and restaurants An amendment barring this wns Inserted in the House Sunday Sales Sunday restrictions on liquor were extended to private clubs A House amendment had exempted clubs from these restrictions placed on hotels and restaurants The minimum size of hotels eligilrio t for liquor dispensing licenses was i placed at five rooms and restaurants Until CollgreSS PaSSeS at 500 square feet of dining room space previously 10 rooms and 500 square fccti Mixing and display of liquors SPRINGS Ga Nov 28 uurt PermUtcci where liquor is scrvcdat service bars resident Roosevelt Inst night signed j onjy IP code providing for temporary con1 Bars would be prohibited in clubs court room fso n lisicnmi to ihclrol of tilc ijnuOr intiiislrv I hotels and restaurants and no beer eial returns for each precinct bars xvmild bn permitted where liquor and the1 tabulating board and cor reeled their mistakes which were on Eighteenth Amendment Permanent Legislation When tiie fifth precinct of the Elev Announcement of his action was I WASHINGTON Nov UP ruth ward was completed Jttrigc Mac contained in a formal statement from clubs with catering faciliiic would GENERALLY FAIR tied during tho mouth for construe The treasury net balance for Nov Dade asked Joseph Kane chief Demo the Little White House soon after he be rcouired to BPV the sairc There has been a persistent rumor tO costing s 1491406 us compared 25 was SI15070035893 Miscellaneous cratic watcher how the result stood ronrpfi vjth snrrriirv of l fees as hotels in lhe immcdinc Mim H Gvover cTnlbot of Norwood i with S2I60237 in September Th internal revenue receipts that dav The latter said that Pechin was the ee fancrctari of Agnculi cci ns notcis m me Projects Speaker of the House votild refliRn i October total this year was 5541040 were SI26921857 Customs receipts for victor by 40 votes exptoinim that Ullc WUUce l Ernst civil works administrator for i i Delaware county AND WARMER TODAY j Public lavaitne to chief j tne corresponding month of I the month through Nov were SiV the votes for sheriff from the three 1 clerkship but close friends deny this 1932 GflO06830 TION I Iiave approved the code of fair competition for the distilling indtis unirbulated precincts were included thc Prcsident wlotc Of COUrse in tiit majoiit j t dnvoivor ou Congress to determine A fivepoint credit would be granted Continued on Pace Sixteen I PR AKF temperature here Ofa sewer JbrBnch In Vho First Wad i rftporl3 that hc wns ln thc j UlLOilVVO I UAiOlS Iflfi i FJRST QF XM Ag Two Directors Whose j Representative of State j TREES ARRIVE The hihes terday was 42 degrees at 3 p m and j it is planned to pave the road field the 1owcst was 35 at 7 a m The leading from the bridge in Chester i Tlnp hicf Clerkship pays S6000 to th thc protection of the states that wish Continued on Iisr Mxtecn o cmm rily i Thc Prcsident said he did not want tlK code to interfere with state liquor legislation it wishes to enact as TALL CEDARS PLAN of the liquor traffic a GALA UNIT NIGHT Tomorrow night at the Masonio average of 38 was three decrees beS Park to Garden City the road run1 ytlr juniv low normal for the date but fourteen i nins from Kerlin street throirh nlnny decrees above the average November Crozer Park and skirting yp1s he of nsl cirri Terms Expire Arc Cumj mended For Their Efforts i i T i i fusion and uncertainty thv would rircincn Commends nS Children of Marcus Hook who i necessarily arise between the actual say and Poster ContestsOr full program with an election of offi cers thc entertainment of units from cr Del sunset will be at 13 standard time HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By I nitcrl Press p m eastern The total estimated cost of these i three projects is S18GOO and iviH nfi ford work for approximately 125 mn City ofTicials avc in hopes of having j this work started within a week it I waTsaid by a city oiTicial this morn1 i inp i j The Civil Works Administration j furnishes the labor the minimum i wage for labor being cinls ai iiouv i Initial Cnniniiftl on Face Sixteen Welfare Fund Ccmpaign Returns AT i Mir Pceclreiiic Cami pnsna first Flag Lauretta Na0i War tetter Millefinre Spanish Rod Rack Hnval Charge Blurb and the maximum for skilled labor bcincr SlSO an hour No machinery is allowed on such work which mcnv several months employment for those who will bo employed j It was said that rcvevnl rontem plated local projects will Liter be considered by Dr Charles A Ernst Dinecn Aepis Duelist March Step Tne Min Sim Hand Kcsistinpr Vcslcd rower Pompoleon Fabins Tuffy f5 Muskoday nodi Point IVeather clear Iraek fast Industrial Corpo rations a n d Industrial I Kvipoyrs Biin7s pad Pro fessional Mens Committee Banks At the roguiar scision of Ciy I nnnk Employes Council this niomiiiR three ordi nnncFS authorizing the cspcndiivirn nf city funds for malcrials to b urcd in thfi first three projects on first A spscial session of council vpll he Md Sit morning th viH bo passed on secondand final read hies Attorneys Busiisc Jamcs L Rankin and F Frank Do hcrty retiring jnninbci1 of the school evening by numbers of the board both i from those who served wuh thrm for I the past five years sncl from among these who have com to work with j them on the board since their election I as five ysars ago Both Qnnia To Date directors made blief farewell rd SI 143650 i dresses to the board and Mr Rankin claimed the honor of bringing the i motion for adjournment as his last net r a director The two 300301 4135332 rctirina tlirrctcrV places will bo filled the meet ins next month by K H Dipmcnt and Lewis M Hunt icrrmly elccicd directors In his finrl remarks Mr nankin 7165 i raid that thoc appointed to thc Prevention of fire and improve ment of fircfichtinp methods were the loptcs of chief interest dncussed at the monthly moetint of the anccd to paw by the freisht yards icpcal of the amendment and wn and en re en Ut io no tho Readme Company on their way the passage of appropriate legislation bv the Tal Cedars Glee school this inorniiij saw a reminder by conpress in consequence t hereof club and other Hlcnt the comins Xmas season which t Consideration of thc administrative pvinberc Granri Till rwir will d their heart with joy rnd set f provisions of thc government drafted fc cveninc whicii m to plaiuilns for thc coimng hoij brcwm code In Washington was dei horn dcKlnrt Milm them days fcrrcd during the day bytho ABricm lurnl AdiliMment Aflminisiraiion 1n i 1 ware County Firemens of the tural Adjustment Administralion lo 00 per cent attendance of lield last ni7ht in the auditorium of JallmntJ station r thc Lnnsdowne High School Hi of the recently orcanicd volunteer firemens section of the Na a Roosevelts decision on how far 1 Ders The entire irs sweet scented the Rovcrnment shotild go toward conI spOnSOred bv the down from the j trolling thc liquor IrafTic pending peri laden with the bixlEram trees nioiimains of Vermont and Connect mancnt legislation HT Tn icui in homes In Delaware i The muchrevised Government draft vnnnrd county ns the flnishiiiK touch to a nf the distillers code was brought to j explained by Percy Bupbce of j ea chvistnuis dcoration scheme IBiOO 1300 13200 Womens Committee 11000 214010 board with him went into office fac ing a signntic task rnd n course be set with many difficult problems which he fslt had been ably met and vwked out He paid special tribute ir tli round financial condition of the district in the present difficult Continued on Iigf Sixteen Boston Mav asslstaiu managing director The organization the speaker said hnd for many years rie vord most its fntivp attention to reducing fire ICKSCH in industriCo and in lre rilir Warm Springs by Harris E Willing The car containhi many hundreds ham head of ths alcohol beverage The Weather of the fingrant crcen trees was un section of the A A A which is cm forecast Nov Prcently we made n study Mr 1 loaded immediately and the trees which will piny such an important part in the Yule renson are now Ijr I ing placed on sale at srrotsidr stands said and found thrvt 60 per cciit of the fire IOSFCS of the cotunry were in places of lew than 2500 pop ulation all of which are of course covered by volunteer firemen So we immediately organized our volunteer firemen section The organization was approved by the recent conventions of Pcnnsyl Conlinucd on Page Sixteen jThe shipment was the first to be re ceived in the county niKS HV HANGING powered to administer it Eastern snrt Revamped to meet fame objections somewhat warmer in south portion Inniphl Wednesday jnrreasinu Continued nn Pasc Sixlicn cloiulincss Thursday rain somewhat warmer OBSERVK JIOLIDAV Western PennsylvaniaFair and Notices have bee posted in the United States customs office in the I C0 NORRISTOWN Pa Nov Federal buildinp Fifth and Welsh Stoll G7 of Norristown died a suicide today by hanging himself in the basement of the home of his soninlaw here Police said he was apparently drspondrnf because he loft his position ten days ago street announcing that the office will be closed Thursday in observance of Thanksgiving Announcement has also been made that the Bureau of i International Revenue will also be i 9 a m closed 10 p m TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 7 n m 8 a m SO II n m 36 12 Noon 38 1 p m 422 p m 52 56   

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