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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FINAL EDITION With AH Latent and Best of the Day 58TH J7762 Daily Leased Wire Hcports of Unltctl Press UP and International News Service IMS CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBEK 29 PRICE TWO CENTS PA RUM CONTROL BILL IS SIGNED BY GOV PINCHOT MARYLAND MILITIA ROUTING LYNCH RIOTERS Creates State Stores Under Supervision of a Threeman Board Latter Named by Executive Unanimously Approved in the Senate in Session Reaching Into Early Morning Original Measure Changed by Party Lines Split Wide in Upper House Delegation Against Commonwealth Going Into the Whisky Business High Points of Law In State Rum Control The state liquor bill passed by the legislature early today pro vides Thai state liquor stores which begin operation January 1 shall be open between 9 a m and 9 p m That hotels and restaurants li censed by the control board may by the drink between 7 a m and 2 a m and until state stores are established will handle bottle and case trade also Thai clubs may sell to members 24 hours a day and that they may have bars That waitresses may serve and mix drinks WHAT NEW LIQUOR CONTROL ACT IN PENNA MEANS Important Provisions for i Hotels and Restaurants Explained License Fees Graded Ac cordingto Population Over the State HARRISBURO N isov lUf HARIIISBURO Pa Nov UP No Times Tomorrow Tomorrow tlirvo will be no editions of tin Chester Times in keeping with Its annual custom 4 LYNCHING SUSPECTS BACK MISSOURI MOB OF 9000 HANGS BURNS NEGRO 19 Victim Seized at St Joseph Jail After Guardsmen Are Overpowered Alleged Ringleaders Reach Princess Anne in Charge of Warden Released From Baltimore Strung to an Elm Tree Body Cut Down Cast Into Raging Flames JEFFKRSON CITY Nov Guy B Park anrt Attor ney General Roy McKUtrick united j administration Liquor Control McClure Liquor Control bin enacted today by the special ses creating state stores under the superj sion of thc General Assembly contains vision ot a threeman boardwas the following important provisions approved finally today by the General I Control Regulation and operation and went to the governors state liquor stores in populas sec desk Later the governor signed the lions sole source of packase spirits to bill making it a law Pinchot said he j individuals or licensed retailers to attached his signature with genuine i J charge of Pennsylvania liquor con satisfaction in spite of certain de trot board of three members ap fects bv governor and confirmed Those present at the signing inI bythc Senate Top shows JUrvland national cuanlsmen advancing UiroiiRli n eir gas bomb sire en lo rout a mol Iliat aUcmpJril rescue f at SMIsburv vrstcrclay In lower picture the troops arc Ruarrtins their headquarters wliilc the mnli 1 lie sohilcrs wore s Princess Anne to arrest men suspected nf bavin taken par in the lynoliinff of George Armstrong a Netrrn nn October 18 F attempted o rescue tour suspertcil lynchers scnl from llaltimnrn tn Four of tlic men sought were rounded uj nml the attempted rcscu at Salisbury look place a few hours lulcr j today in announcing a thorough n Jail 011 Court Writs i vesllaatlon the SL Joseph lynch ing Ritchie Explains ST JOSEPH I jiiot down officers and Na IIALTIMORK Nov four lionul Guardsmen protecting the alleged rlnrclrnilers of I he Anmvocxl j Uiiclianan county jail early today and lynch mnb were returned to Pnnce lynched a 19yearold negro accused Anne Md shortly before noon today i ofattack Ins n white girl It was the by Hnrry C Mnriln warden of city second outbreak of mob violence in Jail widely separated parts of the country Writs of hnbens corpus issued by sinco the lynching of two white men Judge Robert P Duer Circuit Judge Jose Cnl Sunday night of Somerset county ordered deliverj The victim Lloyd Warner was first mice of the men from the custody i strung up to an elm tree near the of tlio local prison j amj tilcn thrown into a raging The men are William H Thomp nrp presumably he was dead when son Irving Adklns William S Me culi down The mob of 0000 men Quay and William P Heam They i cn by screaming women had been brought here yesterday by wrecked the jail defied military IOO National Guardsmen from Sails tanks and after several hours of fur bury where a liotins mob had atj jous combat forced Sheriff tcmptcd to free them by storming scn to surrender his prisoner the armory in which the soldier held Governor Guy U Park made stren them captive All four had bern ar1 uolls Pitorts to save Warner He rested by the guardsmen early yes out Iroopr here and atMary tcrday vlllr near herebuc the mob seized The troopwere sent from this city tho prisoner before they could nr by Governor Albert C Ritchie to rlvc m sufficient numbers to be cf muke the arrests after the rouuty authorities refused to acl fearing i nrk wrts onc of the governors wlio the arrest of the men would prccipiCOUicmnMi Lynch law when Govcr tntc further mob violence nor Rolph of California announced George Armwood a Negro was lt woluc paldon any member ot tho taken from Jail and lynched October Snll Josc moij tnilt ic arrested 18 He hnd been accused of at LyncllinK Park said at the lime tacking nn aged white woman i impossible in Missouri Martin will take the prisoners to j Thc girl victim of the a thc court house at Princess Amic j cgcll was harmed Sunday where ihe hearing before Judge Ducr j njgntr was aiTCKted and al CONVICTED MEN RESIGN JOS WORKERS LUNCH LOCAL COAL DEALERS PERIOD EXTENDED ARE COMPLAINING US PINCHOT IS is scheduled for this afternoon 1L is Icgedly confessed The mob began roil Shut Off to Others Almost all the political jobholders cording to u report emanating half hour lunch period one of i During thc past week more than a 1 the grievances which precipitated tlvj score of coal denlcrs who truck their strike among employes of thc ascoal direct from in mines have been avrcslcd in Philadelphia for short1 ight ocal established coal dealers vhose business has been hurt by thc Tho additional tenminute have steadfastly main period was inaugurated Monday acI tained that such ha been case nrnt i 11111 ii FT frnm m H v nnrl arc planning to have Asked in this city Members of the Hnycn LI rtl viilinili fcj j i Treasurer Charles A Waters Sena1 apartfrom dining room tor Harry B Scott Centre arid Rep Hotels to sell for consumption on James H McClure spon premises only must have 10 rooms so r of he measure located in cities and six rooms Almost all the pouuqai joonomers some of the trucks enteringthis cKyj Unlcm employes i Mnrtin and several deputies Passage of the measure sponsored when located outside cities table ot Delaware county and tha City of u i weifedK gMrf National Guardsmen the administration and bitterly seating capacity for 40 persons and a ohesfcrvho wcre nmong thosc con L i of thc ttL i had been lemoblhzeo and will not be SREDUGTION expected the men would arrive at RatlierinK at 10 p m last night Princess Annn about 3 oclock around the Buchanan county jail Despite the liign feeling which still i whe1 reports the Negro hnd confessed 1s rife along Iho eastern shore and j vvicic circulation By mid which culminated in thc pitched bime i lt numbered approximately I yesterday at Salisbury between civilI n j00 An u011 wns liscd to batter j lans nnd gaurdsmen it was anclmm lne jaU tiQQrs A pip2 wns used nounced ai the governors mansion j for lho same purpose bj the San Jose I no militia would be sent to Princess mob SherifT Theisen 14 deputies 100 police and the small National Guard detachment fought off the mob to the last moment Finally with the IIT 1 HU MV Cheered ViSCOSe Work Anne Following a confrcnce with n Governor Ritchie and Adjuntant Resignation General Milton A Rcckord at An nnpolis Attorney General William Preston Lane Jr said he had recom mended the prisoners should be taken extile i to Princess Anne only in custody of not inoipctc Vinfnrp tnr kitchen apart from the dining room opposed bj dubs selling liquor by the drink cted last week m Federal Court of premises must Conspiracy have tendered their res toxicants when prohibition ends next he of six months1 standing if incor ignatlons T 1 FTl O 10 ears Banding if not state Scnatm John j McClurc manded that Matthew Woll of the American vice i Warden Mnrtin nnd several deputies en be The attorneys Generals office will be represented at thc jt hough Continued on Page Ten AUTO HITS TREE PASSENGER HURT John Culin 49 of 1010 Vauclain street is in the Chester Hospital the keystone of Governor mcorppraled week It IS tut Ji ju iji Pinchofs sevenbill liquor program Issuing of all licenses to clubs and the third of the series to receive hotels restaurants steamship com of the White Chief Clerk of Representatives i and the third of the series to receive hotels restaurants steamship com of the or Representatives the approval of the special legislative pames ana railroad Pullmans m nave not announced their intentions AlloniCV UpnOLClS J L i hands of control board i I rCSiBn bCCEU1SC hC InM sustained HijUUirtllUlUJ iiimsclf with the money the four men pcrsonallv All evidence he was catapulted from an i automobile at Fourth and Reaney i changers and is in opposition to i Tonnd Sir ISSUCCl OV Mayor President Roosevelts monetary pro While lishinostlte stores for power of commonwealth may but othEr defendants have sal of bottled L case liquor it be used to prohibit forever the open Today the Board of Tax Asscss provides for ihe licensing of hotels saloon J mcnt aild announced that restaurants and clubs for dispensing i License fees Lotels and resiau lhe csionavicns of five district as alcoholic drinks ranis will pay the following fees re had been received as follows Not until 3 a m today were the turnablc to municipalities by me Cnris Nacrelli Marcus Kook Harry dir House and Senate able to agree on liquor control board i Tillman Aston township William ninr in tno amendments and give the bill their i In municipalities of less than loOO Fullerton Jr of Tinicum Thomas ajTanging t vof of Aproval The House then population SloO loOO to 10000 popuj Fennell and John J Cohill Chester cxtcnded fi adiourned until Monday night and lation 10000 to oOOOO popula Ycstcrdav the resignations of Brt t cllt riTJnr tinr CTnfl OAfl irt inftnnn L Several hours previous the Gen cral Assembly approved thc Scott bill crcatin the liquor control board It was siglied by ths Governor who re FAILED TO OBTAIN mined in his office until nearly night to see that liquor legislation progressed Immediately his appointments to Cut in Tax Assessments i Differs From Directors I and PollCC The meeting was held in Ukrainian PREPARE ARMORY cnt Will he Enforced Flail Fourth and Ward streets and j UTS attended by men and women Mrs Cornelia B Pincliot wife of thc governor was a speaker arriving nt TT i Ulv ll A detail of mcmberr1 of Companies i tion S300 oOOOO to 100000 Reading Negro chauffeur for Jamcs L Itrict Attorney MacCarler and Howj movcr cf Contmucil on Tcnard Reese maintenance foreman in delivered his first shot acainst th ahs county engineers department scnool counter attack by were announced District Attorney at TTTTI uld noc reached to in svalhmcre thrr ins 20 pr cent BUILDING PERMIT day but it ir freely rumored that veducion absolutely will noi harm Complying with lastructions from from Phoenixvillc Pa Ed Conliiuicil on streets lasb night Culln was A passenger a car operated by William Nf Jaggers631 Madison street Nearing Reaney street a door of the car opened and when the driver tried to reach the door to close it he lost control of the car and It crashed into a tree who was hurled to tha sustained lacerations of ths badly cut left hand Gcrmono Bit Potter street at thc hospital for con the right thigh sustained was struck by an automb bile operated by Albert V Hamilton Calriwcll street Thc victim j Sergeant Frrraday on each shift in Mr Pinchot an ovation Company I West Chester who is wellr darted into the path of the car from known io the officer of the local behind a parked truck police learned d1Orouch and vm were Thomas w Jr of Butler for two years Frank Daitaglio 806 West Second street recently built a onestory con crctc addition to the rear of his home i but it cost him more than he anticipated 1 thc morninn nnd afternoon All police officers arc instructed to tIITTI in all unused LUIII in uLikn ii cure iinu LIVJI nui to MLC ne a6H they may have in their in ONE OF SPEAKERS I CITYS EXECUTIVE applies There is a meeting being held at copal Church Philadelphia nnd a last night the nicm D el a ware and Dyers orges Hall f and House only Chester employe to return to d commUtcc meetings which i 9odc Dastagllo failed to get a build ciuty He tonk pan in yesrelays n m Mondav and lasted lnS psmnt the violation being tic meeiine of City Council Health Sst hours Itcctcd b Building Inspector James McCarev and Health Tn ihe control on October 24 Thc city j Inspcclor PctCr Smith have not been the Seni ws represented at the hearing by i OI1 clltv slnK nsl vck Mayor n committee CUy Solcior AA Cochran j Warci declared that Police when P AT I CarlPeterson would no be relurncd LIVIL LuLJnLlL PLANS XMAS JOY Continued on Ten j T THRK1 and on thc floor when it cnmc to a vote short before mid night it passed with a count of 33 to 14 When It reached the Housa for concurrence in the ndmcndments a few minutes later several features were stricken ou including the re striction on clubs which would pre vent them from dispensing liquor on Sundays The House having previously in 1 to duty unless the Unite f cuit Court of Appeals rules in his case j No word has been heard of the j istatus cf Governor GifTord and Maryland Fdwml S Fv citcol rctor u1on ilim to Demand the resignation Thc highcst Pobin of statc Senator John J McClure icrday was 61 f convicted with 70 others last Friday nnd tha lowcs William M Powel Heads S son mercantile appraiser or of any in officers convicted Group of 100 Who Will i SEVENTH WARD Aid Kiddies Continucil on Ten HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY tiy United Press More than 100 persons members A TIP l 10 l well known resi lowest wns 31 at 2 a m in Federal court of conspiracy jThe average of 48 was seven Ths risolution The above normal for thc date nnt IE zcns of Delaware county arr entitled degrees above the average November to a representative iii the State 28 last year Senate is above suspicion and j Sunrise today was at 702 a m and i in whom the mav have will bt at 437 p m Eastern Iplete confidence Standard lime President Roosevelt They dcmncd Mr Wools action in taking part in the Carnegie Hall meeting in New York This act was contrary to he best interests of organized labor i is their contention HOOL HOLD CONFERENCE and put into effect and its value to P A T T 1VTD A the association was discussed LALL VjAlflJ AlUil i A of the bylaws recently i adopted by thc association was cns i tributcd to each member of the or Tomorrow Is Final Day for sanization present Volunteers to Enlist New ENTERTAINED VETERANS AT HOWIE Tost Rrijrartc Axon iMurc innii luu persons memocrs KOULTI riui i of the Civil Council a local group of dent of thc Seventh ward has been A Q DI A charitably inclined men and women Uiamcd temporary president of thc 115 ijVliJ I ITl Ao 1 Lrtl XU met in council chambers City Hall i recently organized Seventh Ward TO BE DISCUSSED pccteel uini ne meniuiiMiiiJ lecting was presided over by I increased by 200 and permanent of Pxrhnturn nf fminV Wcl M Powcl City Commissioner ficers will be elected IjXCnangC Ot LOUIH v ti last evening and discussed plans to i Democratic Club There arc thirty lill thc empty stockings of unfortuni five charter members At the next ate youngsters in this city Chriu meeting of the organization it is exI mas morning j pccteel that the membership will be i The meet William who outlined thc progress made to i A room in a building in the 500 itrnrii Mtwilr I and urged all present to solicit block West Third street has been ivcpc of thcr flioncjs ln maklng lcascd aj trla headquarters of the club nornnch Lady Mrnifer the annual affair the success it always Mtiskortay Wcsly luninr Sunny has been Susan Flying Winrt liarky II KafTa Glen Burnic 7Tc ben BriRht Beauty Morten controaret Each year this group has furnished j toys and candy for the poor kiddies i of thc cUy who through circum stances over which they have no PLANS Announcement made of a meet ing of the Delaware County Christ mas Cheer Association at Presbyterian Church Sunday a Per fare Council Arranges for Meeting Friday Mrs William Ward Jr chairman nf th Christmas Exchange of jhe CIVIC ORCHESTRA IN FINE CONCERT A representative group of school directors of the county conferred in the public hcarine room in the court Members Only Members of the Trixic String Bind of Collingrialc last Sunday went to Perryville Md and gave a twohour two days remain in which concert for thc shellshocked World the Annual Red Crow Roll Cnll vol War veterans patients in Perry Point uic iniunu Hum ins i nun i in nit untggYs of the Chester Chapter can Hospital There were 28 musicians house at Media last night on probobtajn memberships from adult citiI in the party The band was led by lems prcssnted by the recent acUon j m hc aca Thomas W Belk captain The band At the close of Thanksgiving Day is now busy with preparations for the annual New Years parade Thc club of thc Board lor Assessment and Re i Ltn A t f nj vision of Taxes m making a flat cut th Campa1gn wul ntivc been con b of 20 per cent in real estate assess Opening Program Warmly Received at S medley Auditorium for anolhcr vcar it lllCIll S II1C 111CCI Hip ovs l iCCl tjj nil A if P ris V SPY t r vHJLllvU Urtj iiiii v Dr Kimber E Votight of Folcroft ulndred volunteer workers be of the Delawaie County the lak of canvassjng fov mem y j Schoo 1 Dircciors Associatioii t hcrsllips through which the necessary ii tnc pti LLiii uni i and cmcrccncv work of thc b team has woicd ear Times Weather clear track fast Maybe its on the family Sometimes its because noon hcn plans for 1 I t I Delaware County Welfare Council Chester Civic Orchc has outlined preliminary plans for thc leadership of Cljarles work of the commit and has called all members to join in a meeting to be held in the Y W C A building receive night ifi the auditorium o i glnms for the next school term was thc Smcdlcy Junior High FCICO lie i lnp opinion expressed by the dircc rented he first cncert of the seon the breadwinner of thc family can comittees to cv on thc work were Sold Gas Gange In Record Time Gas ranges arc In demand and the supply may be filled easily through the medium of a Times classified advertisement The H Goldslone Style Shop Fourth street nnd Kdgmont ave nue ndvertircd a console gas range for sale the oilier day at a bar gain price It was Quickly sold We could have sold several morn ranpcs was the advertisers com ment not obtain a job and for various 0 her j bv John n Martin of Darby reasons their chimney is so cold that j Wl f n nSOciation at a di n if nCMn1 Santa Glaus cannot get down it as he J1CcUng leld 1TCcntly at tho homc of docs at thc homes of the more fortuMrs Marcaret Johnson on Middlc natc children Christmas morning special enter tainments will bj staged at the Stanley and Washington theatres tVuxnigh the kindness of thc manage1 Fifteen members of thc Library ment In past years hundreds of tots Club connected with Chester High have enjoyed this treat and this year School accompanied by five teachers will be no exception The coniinittec headed I Powcl is anxious lo enlist the aid of I everyone in this commendable cause and solicit donations no matter how small they are You can help some poor unfortunate child and the com mittee appeals to you to do your part town road ATTENDED PERFORMANCE attended the dramatization of Alice by Mr j in Wondsrland Riven in one of th Scv Philadelphia theatres on a recent evening Teachers who accompanied thc students were Miss Agnes Lorerm Miss Harriett Oliver Miss Margaret Walker Miss Myra Boyle and Miss Elizabeth Millcr vrmh and Sproul trccs at 230 p Friday for the final adoption of regulatory plans for the Christmas work of the committee Mrs Ward has stressed the fact that all charitable organizations are this year looking forward to handling at the Christmas season a larger group of needy families and individ uals than ever before It is planned by thc Exchange this year to araure that no family wil bo overlooked be cause of duplication on lhe part of rome agencies in assisting the same persons in the distribution of Christ mas baskets nnd packages All th crEO work and other charit able groups giving Christmas baskets for relief were n committee is to arrange siastically conference with thc ftsscssing board a large audience tiic near future The Samuel ion can house is located at 705 Parker avenue Collingdalc U sTrREASLRV BALANCE WASHINGTON NOV treasury net balance for Novein 27 was Sl12209421990 Miscel internal revenue receipts that were S202416379 diatoms re cx ccips for the month through Novem i M211 Thn concsrt opened with the very stirring overture to II Gunrnny j FIRST WARD BOY Clmim wliirli ivn hnlhnnllv Coninued on Paje Ten Gomez which was played by the orchestra brilliantly t Thc which is onc of the best nnd certainly one of the most popu lar overtures and was conducted with such a fine regard to the dynam ics and that It was ijiclecd a plcfssire to listen This composition can so easily be ruined by over emphasis But Mr fjafcy nmtaccd to cct a tremendous fonsssino from the oThcstra and took the lovely allrgro csprcssivo1 movement in which the woodwind players did beautiful work at a flowing pace never succumbing to the tendency Continued on Fasc Ten REPORTED MISSING The Weatlier Mystery surrounds thc disappear ance of Frank Powell 11 years old of Twentyfirst and Upland streets who has been missing from home since last evening The toy who never known to remain away from home was sought all night by police nnd neighbors who searched every place they thought he mioht be but no trace of him was found He is of fair complexion has light hair and when JIG left home he wore c zipper jacket and knicker bocker trousers fully satisfied with the results at tained The workers have been doing WASHINGTON Nov Ihcir part of the task but the re forfcast suits of the campaign are still be Eastern Pennsylvania Mostly low expectations because the public has not met the membership workers with the same spirit of cooperation that has been evidenced by the vol unteers However in many instances the response has been unusually gen erous cloudy and warmer tonight Thursday with possibly light rain in extreme north Western Pennsylvania Mostly cloudy tonifjht and Thursday prob ably occasional light rain in north portion warmer tonight ji i ilUlVIl LW The campaign dates of the Chester mild temperature Thursday chapter have been changed in recent years in order that the membership Roll Call might not interfere with the efforts of the Welfare Federation campaign Many have already given sums to charity and feel when asked Continued oh Ten TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m m 7 a m 46 Noon 8 a in 48 1 p m 9 a m 2p m 10 a m 50 51   

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