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Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania FINAL EDITION With All Latest and of the Day D8TH 17765 IXlllv 1vnieA Wlrr nf UliHrt and International tewi Service Press UP GHKSTKK 1A MONMUY DKCKMHKK 1 19M PRICE TWO CENTS LIQUOR SALES LEGAL TOMORROW FEW PERMITS HERE ASSEMBLY TO TACKLE 4 MORE LIQUOR BILLS A PREV1EW OF TOMORROW Zero Hour for End of Prohibition Is 3 P M But Lack of Supplies Probably Will Any Demonstration in City of Chester and Pinchot Reported Ready lo Reconvenes Tonight After Holiday to Push Measures Delaware County Price List Shows High Figures for Whisky and Government Is Swamped With Import Prepares to Cast Final Vote on Repeal Beer and ale with a prewar wal If 1 nm lop and honesttogoodness whisky i V I will be available tomorrowmaybc T l Toniprrow marks the passing of prohibition which was imposed on the peoples of the nation in I9ia Will there be good liquor to be will be handed to you as real bonded stun will be the genuine goods Government men say no liquor will bo released from bond until the min ute it becomes lesal which is ex pected to ba about 3 p m Nearby S Project First Chester License Issued Two in County HARRISBURG Pa Dec more retail liquor licenses were issued today by the new State Liquor Control to hotels and 21to restaurants Todays list brought the total le gal dispensers of intoxicants to one club 11 hotels and 31 restaurants Seventeen licenses were issued Sat urday Recipients of the new licenses today included Billcait Woods Cafe Third and Lomokin streets Chester Log Cabin Grill and the Oasis Grill both of Lansdowne Address Session During thc Week HARRISBURG Pa Dee r r s h from a weekend of lurkey eating and dscr to Ilar risburg today to hear reports that Governor Pinchot plans to address them in parson during Uus fourth weak of the special session of the General Assembly Both Houses will reconvene at 9 j oclock tonight with thc largest cal endars of the session before them Scores of bills introduced during the j past three weeks and held in com I mittees until liquor legislation could I b3 disposed of will begin reaching iT the floor for consideration 11 OllllOnS Oil Ui Only four of the administrations j liquor measures are yet to be enacted Themost controvcrsal measures are out of thc way and the other are headed for speedy enactment Consequently social and welfare legislation must be the next major PROGRAM NEAR Technicians Plan to JNDBERGHS FAIL DELA WARE RIVER NHOPATTEMPTS TUNNEL PROJECT TO NATAL BRAZIL lassy Sea No Wind Halls Three Starts Today al West Africa Port Weather Intensely Hot Intpossibk1 to Lift Their Machine JSATHURST Ciimbin UIT I i A LmdbtTKh becalmed nnd unable tf lid hi biij seaplane from the harbor because of a Klissy tea unleaded more from the ship at 11 in toduy in preparation for another attempt to start for Natal liiaiil Tho Colonel already had stripped Ihe ship of every noiie vvdRht andhad reduced his to a minimum but dnrinK thc morn ing he discovered additional packages that could be removed BEING CONSIDERED Authorization of Construction of Tube Con necting Pennsylvania and New Jersey With One Terminus in This City Is Urged by Major General William G Price Jr Two Methods Are Proposed One Being for J Two Oneway Double Width Car Tunnels and the Other for a Single Threelane Tube Cost About M 1 w w T yv M I T Oi IT 1 TB sssiWOMAN SCREAMS n norni iTHWARTS HOLDUP UATHUKST Gambia Wcsl Africa Dec Klassy sea held Colj wilh stale liniuir srll liquor liy 1 nnel Charles A lilndberglt and Mrs the bottle or case tomorrow if tlioy have llic slock lianil Sfatf steins Lindbei Kh ill this Httli1 lirllish purl will lake up Hie rclail ivnrk in laiuiaiy Kcw penuils have born nsUcil in loiliiy alter llree liirthiM to Chester Police Arrest Two Suspects Who Admit Attempted West in ml Robbery Although the report that Govcr WASHINGTON Dec 1033 by United vast building program contemplating the expenditure of in a I twoyear period has been outlined in nor Pinchot plans to address the the first section of an exhaustive j in person next week at a survey made by NRA technicians into J believed a logical time t the possibilities of stimulating reemJ or him to impress upon them the URUGUAY PARLEY ANNIVERSARY OF OPENING TODAY CHURCH OBSERVED ployment ihrougli industries sections of the construction need for speedy consideration of his j social program Session to Discuss U S Debts and Tariffs the survey have 1 He was gratified with the team bcen completed first is a sum Work which resulted in the enact i same Tally Memorial at Sharon Hill Founded 25 Years i Ago sUm on a nonstop flight to Natal Briuil In the warm IHiht nf a brilliant tropicnl moon and MS Europeans nnd I nalivoc Undbirch tried thwarted nn atlcinptrd holdup and i n prominent buslnes1 man of this Enactment of legislation by tha Houso of Representatives and tho Stale Senate will give this clly an opportunity to be linked with tho State of Now Jersey provided IIIRS mndu prove that there is suf ficient rock to provide a bed for a KiKitntlc tunnel IMnns for a tunnel under the Dela ware river in the Chester district me being supported by General Wil Thc fcieiims of an elderly woman i liiim G Price Jr P N G retired aqaln and again to cet the plane ofl robbery in thLi otty Snturday niRbt jolty who said this morning that it The Intended victim wns Thomas dcpcndrd upon legislation pnisod There was so litlle wind and the McAllister who conducts a small storej by this statn favorinfi the project It sea so smooth Hint suction held i 101 Yiunall street Two men en was explained by General Price that the Ion pontoons to ibc water as tcred the place and one ordered they glided nlonK with KatheriiiK i of cinurottes Whilo spard at thc mouth of thc Onmblit I man was reaching for the el rivrr he heard tin command Stick thc tunnel could be constructed ieiws the bottom of the Delaware river ItiikiiiK the Slates of New Jersey and Delaware should lhe Pennsyi Al 8 a m there still was no prosj up your hands and timing imumd vania legislators fail lo pass a bill peel of a wind and it was understood saw a revolver in Ihn hands of the I tlut Lindbergh would make his next 1 younger man of the two MONTEV1DEO Uruguay Dec i s and aliened United propertyvsnd a program for VsTaUon requested in his call for Hie States domination of South and Cen trial tonight I have no money protested ini held authorizing its construct ion General Price appeared ul a hear the bills tral American affairs were in i forefront today as the began its business wilh ance of a balance between real estate special session and construction j The governor hns had many The work has been done by a com covering child labor minimum wages nfrrplpn mittec organized by Dr Alexander ot agc pensions unemployment Speeches and statementindicated i Dr Fices who took lhe place of Vnnouto sites fh subjects would bs thrust into Dr William Mather Lewis president lin to ao vam inc suic s le CQllfercrlce al thc earliest oppor of thc colcsc and moderator of thc committee is headed by Roy of St Louis and includes oniist an engineer an architect and Spray frayed the propeller i she screamed and I ho wouldbe submitted to the Pennsylvpiiia State allcl he tlmmed lhe bers ran to the slrret j Senate Commission on Public uiiRion 01 oojoana gins in uaiujeui by hUK Howrver they were seen leaving by by Versus T Hitter architect of The had contemplated a youth who rerldes nearby and IIP j Philadelphia who with a proup of taking oil at lawn Soon after the rcrsoyniMtl them civing this tnfonna engineers has been working on tha inuocuced UHIUUUIVU in the this session He expects their enactment before i Synod cf who was un vivid tropical M tliey started tlin lion powerful motor nnd made their first ai UrUTtive to the llardman rase who was distillers today declared they will be construction experts able to fill a small percentage of the The unit was organized in realiza adjournment In this respect hehas orders on hand and they do not inI Uon that construction led the conn the wholehearted support of the GG tend to send flasts of trucks racing try out of the first postwar deprzs all over the countryside as happened sion in 1922 and in thc hope that i on April 7 when 32 beer became some means could be found for Uimu legal v lating construction with a correspond SUGGESTIONS MADE Some local restaurant hotel and ing effect in the current depression x wo iTirvijXJ taproom owners say they will have j The huge total ol possible new con T Prttmlmin Reed and Handy Pclipe Barreda Laos Peruvian dele illness dcj P i i gate sounded the debt note with a i dared that the voting people of today i Halldie the native imcstrd Jacob fcbright Jl of ho 000 statement that the conferences first hivs definite and serious problems quarter town where the seaplanes of i blod hast lourlh street and John aim must bo financial recovery and and are asking Questions that the iltle German Lufthansa Company Fcdevoir who lives In a shack at Sixth Continued on Page Ten that the first step toward recoviry i older generation did not ask i must be revision and reorganization The speaker stressed the fact recently were moored with swamps nnd llenney streets Both confessed of on one side nnd native huts and j to the attempted robbery detectives project for more than a year Measures proposing the construc tion of a tunnel at a point at leant 10 miles below the Cainden Bridge which would put I ho tube in the Chester city district havu been introduced in thc Isgislauies of Pennsylvania and New Jersey and a supply on hand A fewhave had n supply on hand for years but the sruction is divided as follows Housing S4532000000l stuff they pass over thecounter will Recreation facilities ba what is generally known as cut IHealth and sanitation hquor the real whisky beintK mixed Grade crossings and 450000000 136000000 of intsrAmerican debts i human nature being the same today I wharves on the other and taxied teitincd in police court today will come up for consideration this Of thesa debts United States in as it was a generation of two HO j Jiarbor as I both week trafllc surveys made perfectly clear the necessity for such a tunnel The project would entail an ex penditure of between S17000000 and including approaches and would put to work approximately 01 two ago vl Yv DACTYT AQTTTR vestors hold Sl400000000 in the form and that the impulses thv urges in Colonel Llndbergl JD V J UOlinaolcav bonds Of sum 25 per cent young life today are not to be thought i is in default 28 in technical default as something new He said that the Postmaster John K Hacerty today and 27 in partial default On only 20 i moral and religious problems of the Svsecl that all Christmas packages per cent are investors receiving full I youth of today arc the same as those i sent through the mails be wrapped service i faced by tha older generation I 2400000000 and packed lightly I President Gabriel Terra of Uruguay i The speaker alluded to the differ ii Kave her the i suspects without bail for court gun Spray flew like a cloud over i the pontoons ofthe plane and a wide CLINTON wake trailed behind I The Colonel flipped the tail up and j down rocking the ship in Ihe i in a strenuous attempt to make it rise but it failed to do co HANK TO REOPEN with equal parts of grain alcohol ana sirable The HawleySmoot tariff of dent Hoovers Administration he rc Continued on Page Ten i They Amon 3 national banks to be is licenses to reopen is thc Clifton us mi Heights First National Bank with frosczi dc sat to posits find SH3000 unrestricted de 400J men over a period of a year Two methods of conKtruQtipn been proposed One wolild provide twb oneway double car width tunnels and the other a single thrcelans tunnel Provisions for lighting vcn traffic control and other furnish the county are rush Many have advertised their companies nor banks possess either beer will contain a niuch higher alcoj the icsources or the willingness to lend Lindberghs in s and posits j J F T OConnor Comptroller of s Currency nnnonnrrd that the nrccssary improraucuU have emibankRwith frozen iuo consideration and wotill be morn modern and complete than those of the famous Holland Tunnel n comoanv 532Co000 unrestricted total deposits iinrrrhc had completed reorganisation plans during the last 20 days of November holic content and one brewing con cern boasts that it will put an ale on tha market that will contain 15 per cent alcohol Most breweries have decided to step up their lager to compete with liquor and wine the minute tli3 4 per cent limit comes off AUTO PLUNGES us2 of the s r fcrred to specifically sysj great adverse effect on the United tern and warned that metal and tin I States he said should not be left protruding from parcels or boxes to prevent damage TRIO ARRESTED I ON GIRLS CHARGES lo other P and to prevent in jury of department employes j If it is desired the mailer may Three voting residents or the dies send a letter with the parcil It may 3 PERSONS HURT ed with n statulory offense 1 WHEN CAR HITS POLE Gainst a 14yearold Negro girl I i James and Frank Townsend 01 Cen tral avenue near Third street were Tnre persons were hurt one senheld without bail vhn given a pre liminary h caring in police court Polios say three others vill he arrested berore the Tovnscnd jettisoning the extra cargo The second attempt to take off was I lln 8vcn charters as new i made at 9am banks or licenses to reopen By then the heat was intense The T S1mc skv was cloudless and there was banks with 000 frozen scarcely a breath of air stirring and S74a000 unrestricted deposits tim comptrollers approval of i plnis I Cherry Continued on PSRC Ten taincd rp TT o v I n FJ t U S TREASURY 15ALAXCK T A 1 r WASHINGTON Dec The treasury net balance for Dccem bjr 1 was S10780S322420 Miscella neous internal revenue receipts that street Collingdale who sus cuts of the left cheek and S Rcttman 715 MacDadc boulevard whose left hand vas injured Both j werc given treatment for their in juries at thc Chester hospital A Email group of passengers on an Police say tha car was driven by express motor bus were called upon j tured ribs and Kenneth Ettein 15 Huron avenue to desert the vehicle at 530 p mcheek Norwood who was unfarhilar with I yesterday while members of the dis1 Charles Elliott 34 of 109 Wayns Collingdale suffered four j Sysan Funk 49 wife of tha driver j who suffered a lacerated scalp con RITQ vision of the brain possible fractured LVJO 1 fiyuii anci possible fractured chest and internal injuries Thus time the plane rose slightlylccslv but Colonel Lindbergh was isfled and decided to await 11 stronger wind He laxied back to the shore climbed out on the main pontoons and went to work with a scraper on thc wooden propeller The monoplane stayed at its moor brothers are arraigned for a formal inps during the rest of the day under hen ring j the full heat of the sun and on a James Jones 21 Negro 22f Fd harbor surface unruffled by wind wards street and Willinrd Brown 301 Us mul ilir nistrin nf fnlnnihii i oimovniui i i T 7 C5 i T 1 IJ IJ T Tii oLdLLo llllLl 111 LJIhLl IH Ljljlll III U1 il nf Rsiflrc ni Nccro Of he same address werp likel I b trUljJJ IKlLlj with nnrirovrfl TpfTvpiniynMnn nlnnq BUCKS C0lmt war t i v j 11 11 inrt rTi lief f T WISP held beiilR charged with upi T im cn with aoinwiir firnnTiis nf 17R 47R noil nssccl on leading last Wuck i T i TV ri t TI m will agtiefcaic aeposus o 51 irfi muuu T nrnnonrnlj 11 nn rnnumrtinri banks licensed during No nuinbercd 46 with S31 706000 5423 1 000 unrestricted de The number of unlicensed na approved re wu1 froxcn unrestricted deposits in New York The tunnel would provide aroutR for trucks traveling between South Jersey and points between Philadel phia and Wilmington and would serve as a valuable bypass around At Ihe end of November there were I 377 unlicensed national banks in thc the city It would also act to relieve the streets in Philadelphia or present congestion and act as an added in ducement lo the building of indus trial establishments both in South west Philadelphia and tho waterfront as far down the river as Wilmington State Rspresemative Edward Nolh naglc of this project at the city introduced tha last regular ssjion It was introduced in the Pennsv senate bv State Senator gravated assault and battery on one Charles Griffin Hipplito Prots 45 who gave a lo U N CHAN G151 AT frozen and 527785000 unrestricted WASHINGTON Dec 4iUPiThc CLOUDY WEATHER of the day were S3a93oi3j6 Customs re lhc jn lhe rvcway and ost i trict fire companies extinguished a i cipfs for the month througn Dccemj colltrol of thc cnr when it pungcd blazeunder tho vehicle said to have br 1 weie i down the embankment He escaped bscn caused by friction of the brakes The drivrr si fTcred possible frnci001 address was fined So and costs Government today set its price on 1 iewly mined American K6ld nt S3401 oimcc michanaed from Saturday Todays Washington price was 5196 address wiio were nr above the world price set in London 011 n and Disorderly conduct charge Others in the wcpkend class wcre Illoills nnd James Lynch of avenue broken ribs 1 All werc removed HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Hy Lnictl Press injuries j rested for fighting They were dis Vodny to charged when no one appeared to j rhc testify against them Harry Guitt FORECAST FOR AREA 5 DIE IX AUTO London price today was 121 hvrirniYnr fhiirf in th Mfrcv in Drbv bv icKiny against mem Marry Lrtnu rniilingp 8 pence off 3 ponce from j nwn Gcofge Smith of Crested as a straggler was Snrdav Based on the early low Cloudy today probably preceded by rain and partly cloudy tomorrow is the forecast for Eastern Pennsyl vania Hew Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland Tho highest temperature Its proponents plan construction with private and Federal funds later turning it over to the State govern ments after costs interests etc hav3 been paid out of the earnings In speaking of the project this morning General Price said that two soundings had been made in this city and in the State of Dclawnre Th3 general is optimistic of thc project coming to this citv BOYS ENROLLING AT TAKK V Dark Don Pablo Deferred Tustina Vicki Eloise iHaric Girl Miss Mascara Knight 7 Betty Jane Knight a and j SUSPECT ADMITS i Helen Darnell an 18yearold ivece heicl for investigation exchange rte for the pound sterling Th bus wasrounding the corner i PoiC2 William Fitzpatrick CINCINNATI Careening over an striking a rough r automobile today i persons to their deaths I way 52 near thc line 1C niiles west AKC tims were i suited Thc bus was bound from Albert F Knight 36 Chicago Mrs i Baltimore Md to Philadelphia j VETERANS TO AID Marie Knight35 his wife Charles Wracia Belly X Conlan Mos elle S Lavender Lady Louis iMcrryman Taycc Octa Fair Avis Lad Our Justice The Break Oisrnificd Hot Shnl Kound Up Plumage Ann Racketeer Beauty Secret General Campbell Swilcb broken Town Limit AVralhrr cloudy track fist XMAS CHEER GROUP of Dayton Ky MERCHANDISE STOLEN Merchandise valued ROBBING HOME lodge presided at the service i assisted in the ritual by Michael Members of the Combined Veterans A Honn hading knight Harry i Civic and Patriotic Commntrc uv Hines and George E McGovcrn The TOO o i z wui Letts ot Uistricl ol Uolumtua i sta cday afternoon in the Elks Build supreme Court today took under adj mg Fifth and Welsh streets visemcnt an attempt by Canon Herman Bloom exalted ruler of ghcafe Chase ot New York to I5US PASSKXCiER HIHT The home of Edward McKaig on panning anothsr project for and mcmcers paid respects approxii Indian Creek road Ardinore an ati vclfarc of the community which may to the of 10 members one of i whom was Dr Samuel R Crothers pital and formal proclamation of i iiibition repeal The judge promised a decision to morrow FILM FOLKS MAHIIV by E N Mantcr of Chcyncy who will inslrucl the class that any in formation desired In regard to en rollment can bs obtained at any tmo by applying i the office of the ciub Thirteen boys in this cilv have al fisurrd in collision wilh ani rcaci and it is that a when it other car at Chester and Lincol j several move will b3 enrolled Tha HOLLYWOOD Dec a contusion of thc left side Alice White blonde film star and 1 of thc scalp and a laceration of the j I includes electrical wiring and con a brick which was found a diamond ring a signet ring zans hurled through it The robbery was and other loot taken from McKaigs i discovered by police who notified tha home Thr man according to police AT CHARLESTOAVX owner The loot consisted of various has confessed thc robbery He said i articles of jewelry and toilet sets he is James Gordon 22 of Chicago TtcIH Wad Royal Ruler j Infiicr Luck In I c il i 11 m Ttileyrics Wand Bp Slinw Grave Hlack Dreams Happy Lopr Energetic Roy Trr rannva i Are Mnrrli Step JlitT AVcsty i Junior Silverriale i Brufh Dark Star Helens j Alibi I Crest HiinidhiRcr Btckville Douhtlrss clear trrck food AT EPSOM DOWNS Etcetera Phantasime Scotch Lassie Sue Terry Forget The committee will meet this evej members had passed in the Chester Armory Eighth j January Sprottl streets for the purpos j ion life of cvlc Th 10 Sldnev Bartlett writer were married right knee She was taken to Taylor I a colorful ceremony yesterday al i Hospllal Ridley Park but refused to i today not been definitely decided opened but would since last Magdalcim Mex Hollywood leaVned remain signing her release and Neither turning home Exam ina tions Fo r 2099 Liquor Jobs December 16 HARRISBURG Pa Ucc supervision over Ihc examinations Th3 State Department of Public said today he between 25003 of considering plans for a ball to I ORDERS AGREEMENT hcd in the Armory to raise funds to b usrd in furthering the work of Hi IN OIL INDUSTRY Chvisintrs Cheer groups of the city i FLOOD AND EBB OF LIQUOR TIDE Instruction mads plans today for con ducting the civil service examinations December 16 for selection of the 2000 or more persons who arc lo bs em ployed in the state liquor stores after January 1 It was announced that ths examin and 50000 applications for thc 2000 or more positions to b offered by the Liquor Control Board To receive consideration for the December 16 examinations all appli cations must be mailed lo the de partmcnt postmarked not later than Not 1 aliens be conducted in 36 cities midnight December 7 Applications Lc Florc Rrooklnlan tovns and if the mmibir of ap by messenger must arrive not later Boltora Don Vcrn Playing plicanis accepted for examinations than noon December 8 On Depression Pan Toy Gamble Gap Holiday Paul T Notification of acceptance for cx nminrtions will b mrlbd as soon K Grand Champion Thf Allcphcny county warrant additional centers will bo established TliDre will be at least three examas it is determined that tha applicr inins places in Philadelphia and tion warrants further consideration Ihrcc in Piltsbtngh to handle all of for run porition sought A reinforced Dipper IVtnlher cloudy track fast James N Rule state superintendent I of public instruction who will have staff has been working day and niht Continued on Page Ten Liquor Job Applications Must Be hi December 8 Formal applications for the state liquor jobs must bo in the hands of thc Department of Public In struction in Harrisburg by De cember 8 They must be post marked before midnight Decem ber 7 or delivcrod by messenger to the department bsfore noon De cember 8 Informal applications will net answer thc purpose Thc dspavtment vill mnil application brnks Immediately upon notifica tion Those not Riven examination Decrmber 16 may apply for an other examination in Jim Mncc the will be given every six months Dc PriOctrm Cocir Administrator navr poponcnls and opponents nf oil pric fixnc untilrioan Thur ciav o rroch an agreement on a rrihod of management of thc indus try HISTORICAL PLAY The Historical Club connected with the Chester High School presented a play in the auditorium of the high school Ninth and Pulton streeis during thc assembly priod this j morning Miss Caroline Jackson head of the history department was in charge of lhe program ILECTIOX WILL FEATUrE Election of officers will feature a moetinB of thc Franklin Fire Com pany to beheld in the firehouso Concord avenue near Third street to morrow evening Those elected will be installed in office at the meeting I to be held in January have tho hours in which instructions on ths subjects will be given been desig nated This Will be decided when the enrollment has been completed An invintion is extended to snymio interested in those bronchr of elec trical work lo call at the head quarters of the club The Weather WASHINGTON Dec The weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Par liy clourty tonight and Tuesday not much change in temperature NIAV Jersey Tartly cloudy slightly colder in central and south portions j tonight Tuesday fair j Western Pennsylvania Partly tonipht artt TucsJay follovrccl J liy rain Tuesday aloni Uio 1 Iskrs not much change in tempcr S aiurc TODAYS 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