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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              SI i NOW LOOK AT OLD OAK FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH Dully Iciotl WliO rtppnvts of Unit Id Prffx and liucriKUtoual Nows Service INS IUIM CUK8TKK IA FKIDAY DKCKM HKK 1 TWKNTYSIX TWO CUNTS CLERICS AT ODDS ON LYNCHING RETURN Pinchot Estimate Cut in 1 Halves Due to Removal of Distillers Act BeingTested in Court Bills in Assembly for School Aid IBANDIT WKAT11KR FORECAST USKS WOODKN CUN Fair ami colder is the prediction lo in FijUern rvnnsylvuiii jJeisy Deiiiwurc and Maryland A piping voice demanded Slid V in up The elevated railroid oishir The highest temperature here yes looked down it 11 nincyarold I rdv was 7 denrees lit 1 p m n whose head barely nsiehed the win iind the nivr maximum for Ihe date lowest was 17 at 1 n in The nvcnuc oi OU was twenty degrees above nor mal for the daio and fourteen dc above the average November 30 year ihe date 71 was recorded in 10 i iUinimum tempeniUnv lor the date is J in 1875 7t4 a in and dow of her vvivv and lo smile Out of the lnys shin came a pi tol Up went the womans hunt The robber irillnd i citits ill lie The previous for could ami lied Mrs Durlhitrom set ut In plr while a porter yelled lor help She uruppled with the bov nnd a police sergeant diishcd up ill lo do battle llisarmtd by llie UW pistol was lound lo be wood Sunrise today was t MltiMt will be lit 486 p in Standard Time HARRJSBURG Gov Gilford Pinchots oriaiiial es timnlcd yield of iiumcdij ntely from a 52 per gallon floor tax j lii prercpcal liquor lay in shattered I ruins today Even the most optimistically hoped for revenue now is not more than 1 if the constitutionality of Ihe act now being tested in Pitts burgh Federal Court is eventually upheld Success of Philadelphia distillers In removing liquor lu adjacent States the lax bill was passed by the General Assembly and signed by the vkxis Hishop William T MannliiS Protestant Kpisonpal IFIRE DAMAGES REAROF TRAFFIC RULES BEING ENFORCED of Buildings Near 13 Violators ragged and Third and Kerlin Sts Threatened hv Flames Join Wha Is Termed Twohit VVIIIIAM T MANNIXC ItKV HKNKV UAU1INCTON Three fires wilhin iwo hours kept Chester traffic police toduy launched the distiiet lire companie at nn intensive campaign iiRiiiniii iralUc governor sharply reduced the antici pated rie Slate bee ifactured no liquor It is not ex pected production will be resumed Until after repeal Leon D Mctzser Secretary of Revi rmue announced 40 per cent of those known to possess taxable alcohol jiavc made reports on their stocks itVinii n Sin IOMIviiih noonntne today The lirsl started in a vacant house ill West Third street and ted revenue Those concerns car riclnr of Kpiscnpsil Church of other dwellings and stores in xl nearly all Ihcir stock over tho scnt message toCalifornia govcrmr stpprovins his aUitmlr a T be se ates boundary line before the tax il names wcie MIDUIICCI lie su came effective and since have man was a brush fire in a iied in DISCUSSION OF III B MELLON DIES LIQUOR CONTROL IN PITTSBURGH Andrew W lire violator havini previously 017 i nounced thai iliev vvoukl violators found lo biparking sm all illegally the the c cores f violators were rear of tho Resurrection Churrh of number only Eleventh street and HiRhianrt ave xl police headquarters nnd nue occurring at p in and I became enrolled in the Twobit the linal one broke out 10 iiiniuies later on Jeffrey lrcel below Second j Euh meiving n ian will be in a frame house tenanted by Netre Uoinpeiiod to pay a line of Jr cents families fOIne first offeiiM Each name and Vintmia Iriri Is shown at Divnt iir ON REPEAL DEC 5 of Delegates at in Capitol Will Take 15 Minutes Oliio and Utah Also Ready for Official Ccrcmony on Same Day HAKKISimUG PH Dee 1iUP The louivilltics of he cnnslil u tional coiivenllon sii 12 noon DC cumber f when Pennsylvauin will join vvllli 3Ti other stales Sii rutifica ilon of Ihc proliivnllon repeal ntitcnd men will sibouf 15 of I lie lime two other ismteN Ohio and Utah vole that day IVniisylMinln will hold ils conven tion promptly nl noon and will hi the IhirtyliMirili or ihhtylifih stale to ratify llrtaitsc of the dif ference In ilinft for the oilier iwo Mules they probably will follow by an hour or two Tlie lllucn dele Kales selected nt luilii1 in Ihe election November 7 will ctmvciie lit the Senate chamber liliUtitnanl Cioveinor Kdwnrd G fihiumon will preside In cuss of any vacancies imouR the dclecales nil commuted to repeal selections will made by i majority vote of those A fiiiiin1 hi Ihe Seolfslmni case Ala with Orvillr Cilley who cornihiiralril lier cliuirr that a burnt I Ne Srues LiltacUeil her on ii SmithTil hiiin niirly Ihnc years IRO Oilliv a rnvliiK yoiinr boho pcnl his IrsHmonv at tin trial of Uryivimil ralleiMin one if the seven acelisnl iNIarks Luncheon Meeting Brother Although therqports are not pub iv TJVifh Was Associated Wit ic UIG major portion of liquor now JJ JILU C oi C Sec Speaker Him in BigBusiness lie on hand is possessed by Joseph S Finch Company Schenley Over liolt Company Broad Ford aiui I address will be recordedand in ihe i n IHVP 17f by event of a sceond violation the line H 11 automsuically becomes SI with an in i Grpver C Dehncr who occupies nuloms adjoining properly at West i for siibstuiiont viola Ion i Third street He Tlu llIUTriain Of biini lhe who lias his offices in Uie same building and ihe msifiisinue PITTSBURGH Dec B sent in an alarm home today of The names caused severe lirst member of he clib wen 10 O P to the rear of Third street property which has been stocks will brina to the State Wednesday with about 50 persons pneumonia Ireasurv about fivesixths of Ihe inattendance William F He war a younger brother of An nrnhs It is S13000000 now anticipated Secretary of tlvj Delaware County drew W Mellon former secretary of cant foi about tvo monns It is Small payments bv drucpisf1 Chamber of Commerce was the guest the treasury and others usma speaker Mellon took little interest in politics Williamson 47M Oakinont treet Philndelpluii Me HinilinBly paid 7i Hiarter nnd expressed ihe opinion tl i 1 i ri ihat Chestcri new syMem is mnoh An nflicia reporter a scrgennlnt inns and a pisc will ho provided for tltr eonvfiillon by A Boyd Hamilton of Ihe SeniUo who will act lor Uie coiivenllon in the same ca They to be pnidfrom a T100U iaie upproprialion for con vention expanses Sicrciury of the Commonwealth Kiebard C lieaiuish will present Ihs oillcia certilication of the tlclegalfs Alter the votes are loUiled nnd rrr litied lo him by Ilainilton nnd Shan non Beamloh Will by mail Savs Chief Aim Will He to Listed as luffitive uhen m oindM certificate of tiv action to i ho secretary of state for the United NTY CHEMIST AMONG MISSING easier to swiillovv lhvti Mint ptKLticcd in Philadelphia whvrp a towinft owned by a buildme aim loan asso niuu js bnsy OVVius lway car in Interest of All Citizens Constable Is Unable lo suis Serve that arc found to be stationed ovcr in The firemen kept the tlatiieB Irom Fr d KnoN Miinly Is Hi u niuvn Niirhan P Petliin SlurifVtlecl In in int rvicvv at llcmocnitic hnd lo iniririi a Media Mated Iinpliiilic made on a wiriiat rworn out by his day ally Una whiii he ihe ualh of vvili CUtidyi Knox of Kili ollice si SluriiT he will order iivenue Uiis city ehariiiH COIUMI3US O Uec Machinery for Ohios1 con von lion December S has iCiiiitl for a cjulcv vote ieuders stvld today Tin convention will assemble at I p m iKSIi inIhe House of Rpp usenlatives cliambfr It will be or wiihin an hour so that the a zealous pan in promoting Continued on 1asre Twentyfour luncheons BOYS SUSPECTED OF Ihe rcsjulnr tralfic clivi ion until Irom no one mini but Irom the people him with dseiUuu and nonsupporl r t 40 dclcqiites will lOtoriiiR public beioiiips educated of Uesvare county as a whole his The warrant wus issued on October c fact tiiat the police mean chief iroiive in be m Ihe u by MusiMruo I homa Beny v thU ohk uiRhl dcU7 ess intnet o the entire citizen body B1ven u hsmnu1 ils voe in ihc hopeof biilloiiiiR svfler r riii ii i i ri i ifi t KlHlv i street was damaged by smoke and TI luminous Mr Dclehaiuy spoke on the Bnk Thr fio Elcvetlth scct aI1d ousines emday problems 01 liquor courol Higliand avcnuc iRd bccn nimost n who thn M p nmnnia viih Home liM of youngsters vin bc samm0ned to traffic court vhei iiu lionet in Uiir Im the warrant innriied tuyitivo on remen arrived thr vni IK theacidi best mirivits of Hie people will btthe The cutK is scheduled N poitieal interference wiU be lol I will tiiUs dieialion irom no innuMo serve Alter for Knox convention which also tor vrial relumed Dlmbc r im fnus become the slate waseliminatedtoday by wot Iriulci Thr vote here will threatened to tausi jOnai PSpeiise of UK preparation and muliviUim principle of my to be luurd Lit Mecua next wee k nvlckiy M they to dwellings on of the summon public i if p 1 v ill my diclatioii Mr Knox in tin intormrttion d i0111 ilt nitip ihtTiMlvcs and thai her husbuml deserted her tenement houses on rp j j nct liiorouhly aiul in on October 2 11131 Knox instituted HALT LAKE CITY Utah coiKcrnmij eras tared that the real reason why vevealinc him lo b a cell vnere he was given revealed that his income lor Rescue Mission 130 East Sixth street Ho wed bv a vaudeville i ompcleci in addition to the men Cedar Worrall The official count as recorded by the County Tabulaion Board at Mr diakon the vote for the 12 amend ments to the constitution and Sim day ports has been made public The results were as follows No 1 xes 34000 no 102G9 No U yes 11 373no 21442 No yes 22130 no 31I49 No 4 23222 no 2oi No 5 yes 2nflriB no 12210 No 6 ye ieul2 no 14926 No 7 2307 no 7388 Continued nn Iae Twentyfour United States Seething With Lynch Madness j 4 I V4i 4 k Ji L t iiiii j t Tvn footbnU of the seeking food and shHcr and to attend Ixj Glnnl Ccdar Many came Tvirkey meats and other victor Varin srribi N trustee for three VpSipriTr a sltlft nsiibtmg Rev iianiv tsaivir VCI Ka v pcchniann and trustee 11 siinnrintendent of the mission n Ridlcy trca Edward McFate 17 of 12 Partridge avenue Ridley Park was treated for for one year Dr Waltor E IT s TIirAStJIIV UP visualized thr NoUnitedstates today rs seething with LONDON Dec 1 No 8 yes no 10 newspaper readers fractured rib who received foolball ciuv Tli athlete who was playint at for tinMiirpl Newiown Hiyh School in a same nt Yradon MiFlalnccl a fracture of his left elbow in the firn play in which he too part as a OlVeiil sit Darby and given trcat Blanks Mailed for Rum Applications ave an indication of the Am iNegro fury sweeping United States snid the Daily Herald organ i of the Labor party Mobs passion C H PEOPLES POLLS HIGH VOTE The number of men fed during the month wsl closed totaled 6043 vfen sheltered at the mission during the WASHINGTON Dec month numbered 1080 The total of The Treasury net balance for Novem nient for hw injury both items for tho month was the US was lareesl ever recorded in a single 30 lancous Internal Revenue rrceip days period during the current year hat oYy were 5740823657 OUMOIH receipts for the month through No BITTIN vcmber 28 were Elmer LOIIET 30 of Hancock street was treated at Taylor Hospital i TOOK IOISON DKINK Ridley for a dog bile of a fmpcr t District companion were called out lo extinguish grass fire hist nijiht al oclock The alarm was sent in from Box 145 at Tenth and Johri son slrccts the fire beinK n a nearby Held A delect in Ihc electrical svstrm resulted in some confuaion and TWO DEAD IN FIRS11 D EpOR ATION cr Darby and Architoct Are bumss ims Board lorliiy mailed otic application binnk for liquor retailers to sill hold m n r prii Uis of retail licence OAI 1 t Sale of nicuholic uventges in Penu yylvaniii when prohibition repeal be comes pflortivf in live days will Iiu nly throush hotels clubs res Tvpmen chsirsed with mahuain tsviirsinti lining cars and Ftoamboals jur n disorderly houVn on Penn ftroct which have procured licenses by mriir Third Etrect were held in bond lime for court when arraigned in police Included with the application iip explaining Ihe Fciiiorisilly ihe newspaper snid The largest number of votes cast in Onv ihc sternest measurcs by ihe the recent election for any candidate for countywide office in the city of Chester was for Clifford H United Stales government wilt pre national revival of Nearo per Christmas holidays BOPS to the Phil adelphia Electric Company A fores of decorators today is pnsasc orating the front of the office t ut L in on Fifth street oust ot isirci ccutjon on a scafl alulreamed of Peoples of ihis city Republican can street since the Civil War didate for the unexpircd term of Hundreds of yarns of laurel is be inp used and is artistically festooned BERLIN Dec top of the building with lone sifternoon newspapers strands of the material boing wound lynching news prominently director of the poor His totnl was Popular 701 necorcling to the official figures j displayed by the tabulation board at T C WAP UQ IDF A MliUlA U IT UilllU OTlif I D A D Tf A I Y K f OiUI 111 I x vi collided with another car strancts oi me muiiin JMIUIIIHJ his iXsnociatiK opponeiu around Ihe large concrete columns ocjny init consfrvatixo ones gave the fjamuel Goodley of Bethel township in front of the structure incidents little publicity received 537B votes Atr Peoples An assortment of vpricolored eleci Comment showed strong disap pjuaiitv of 102 votes was also the i fcjrir bulbs strung on wire is rlso bc pioval of the action of uovornor janrCSt this city inc interwoven with the laurel j James Rolph Jr of California in a1i phc othcr oflicial city votes for 1 Icscdly condonine the San Joso candidatescast in the lynching and of lynchings gancrally places of Chester follow Federal Ksiahlish1 Approved by Civil Works meat Anagrams Mixed Administrator Plans in AlphabetSoup 1 Arc Announced They gave their names as Paul iliis new liiiuor conlrol law lislmKMoine and Glen Kirby 42 They variotis firs lo bicharged tor retailwere airested wilhtwo women Sarah ers who until January 2 will be perOsilliiylicr 45 of COOblock Green mitteci 10 rell by the drink as well as ivcit and Lily McPhcison 44 ot tha in oritjinal packages for noncon GOO blot1 Barclay street when Detec ilin nves Hard man and Seamnn raided sdayevening Police more ihtui two gal liqiior in the placp v Molne who srnd he parly he intended to upon the population of the cornmu stsisc last niiv in which they are located Clubs Both women were releasedin S500 cbration when the accident rd Her husband Walter 31 Mjflered severe scalp beer serve i bond for a continued hcarinp next lionmtinbers in which case th ho Monday morning VICTIM OK IMCKPOCKKT Ororce Tobey 1 of Newark N T drivr of she othc car also was in jured Tnjtiriis Fatal I el bectimes eJVcctivc Kaeh application reiunied must be accomi panied with SIO which will licr re lainctl whetlier Ihs licciuc is Uucd HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Vr United Tress asleep while awaitlntf a Nw early this mornini Pa Dec asida a yculh who AV 1KFFKUSOX IA UK ylay llamliurjior Tim Xiltimale concreto projection n5 he plunged Vote Kitr Marnlimi Mnxiinum downward Ilie body was recovered 2Klose Mnric Kissic i an hour later by police Kvso iVSt Htinrt Laily Kocklcdgr 1 J 5Plum Orrhard Vnuup Hill An nclc R Lorraine K Marion T Mynheer Octa Jim Shanahan jlnur Mail A Money Mush tudje Itixnn 1 My Kctty Uerlha Mis N Cnntan Helen flrresi Visinnary SUilm Uatriria publican 7V22 Nathan P Pecnm Democrai 5705 pulralily 135r County T ciYiit Patrick Glcnnon Steward Ropublican 7107 Albert I iad GO Ashley died a suicide early today i Crawford Democrat 5n3S plurality civil stup by leaping i S Pan NEW YORK Dec 1 civil program in Delaware coast Republican 7150 James F E Smith fired new broadside at county It will extend irom North phases of the Roosevill recovery pro avenue to Olive street and from Sco ur gram todav In his magazine The nnd street to Third street rCew siri cres in area has been approved Dr C A Krnst siclminiKtrsior of ihe TT7 J for Day of Continued nn Iace Twrntyfour gram I New Outlook Smith charged that Inc walks will be hud around the trad i civil works administnuion designed and concrete paths will b con to give jobs to 4000000 of the imem structod diagonally fonnini a jarpe ployed was created to the circle in Ihe center of ihe park It i failure of the public works ndminis is plamied to erect a bandstand or si in 1 V i P r dricn bv Berle C Hartley 28 ity of PinUjtirsh Law School Is ex lnke Club Concordville pectcd to be sworn in Monday Mr Middlrton lived nt 10 Gladstone Thomns W Phillips Jr Butler the I third member appointed has declined Continued nn Iaso Twentyfour Ihe position T roek garden in the center Jfl J1J1 1 II K i UIBlltlf JL 7 jo ft iving in Low bnea Sixth street station of the Pennsyivuiia Railroad INDKKGOKS OlKKATION A Wotson of West Ninth ivicr prominent Edgmont avenua mpichant underwent an operation in the University Hospital Philadelphia Wednesday This nfterncon bia eonriition was reported as highly fa vorable The Weather Pride SorcPry Fast Life tiali rinpky Iady Win Cloudy trarU fast j AS tit y grow the linphl sun Hisjlt School and Media High School recovery aSencles by men civic oignniaioi K Ww rnd inriividiMls ZH i nn Piitr on IRRC Twentyfour on Uie streous wre many In every on an suiioininp lot Caive the busintwi slump and then WASHINGTON Dec The wptther forcrsisl Fastcrn rrnn and the wcl Sylvania Tair collier lonijtht Sal have inovidcd toed jrjay cloudy slowly rising ith the locsi vilirf mpjratnrc in west and north por con mom ion o Wpxlorn Pennsylvania and rl are old Saturday rain and warmer Their hiUirni ngid TOOAVS TKMPERATURK 48 11 a m S3 48 Noon J2 1 p in w 2 p m 53 56 sire bviiVnt puptis in school Notices have been served on the 6 a m a m S a m n a in Conlimicd on rase Twentylive 10 a m V   

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