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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              THC TAPROOM WITH ITS 5TOOU EKIOUS ran Tut sHcmr MAN FINAL EDITION it With All Latest and Beat of the Day 58TH 17760 v Loused Wire Reports of Unltoil UfM niict lulcrnniiimal News Service INSi CHKKTKH 1M TUKSDAV DKCIOMIUIU 5 PRICE TWO CENTS PA VOTES REPEAL UTAH DELAYS ITS ACTION 5 HOURS Fifteen Delegates Gather at Harrisburg Place State in Line as the 34th to Help Carry Noble Experiment Nearer Ceme tery After 13 Years ARMYS NEW JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL Mormon States Reason for Change of Attitude i Not Clear Except That It Wants to Be 36th State to Disrupts Plans Over the Nation HARRISBURG Pa Dec i prohibition repeal delegates met in the ornate Senate Chamber today and cast their votes to place I Pennsylvania as the i4th state ratifyj ing the 21st amendment to the Fed eral Constitution The delegates met at 1201 p in j and after the formalities of opening the convention cast their official votes at 1251 p m Sometime was consumed in the formalities of the convention Hundreds of persons jammed the Senate Chamber for the convention The 15 delegates were placed in Senators seats by A Boyd Hamilton secretary of the Senate LieutGov Edward C Shannon took the dais as presiding officer A score of news cameramen cir culated among the delegates and visi tors Motorcycle Patrolman James J I FORMAL PASSING OF PROHIBITION ISDUETONIGHT Preparations Bcint Made to Celebrate End of 15 Year Dry Era Licenses Have Been Issued to 22 Places in County Three in This Cilv Smith T Detectives Quit announcement of the rirlgiiiitious of Oliver Nick Smith chief of county ditoctiycs nnci Michicl Trcsirail first imt county detcctivi1 wns nn nouncfd at Mcdiu odity noon Smith and Trestrail won among the 70 nplaware county rosldciits convicted of conspiracy to violate he prohibition laws by jury in FidsrM Couri PluliHlrlplUa two works J5oth rrsiunatioiv cfTective iu of Novcmbrr Vi wore accented JNEW YORKERS CANT GO TO THE BAR If p I ARKIN TR i SO THE BAR WILL GO TO THEMUI HI AGAIN HEADS SCHOOL BOARD i Here is a recent posed picture of j Colonel Arthur Jtrown suc I cccilecl Vice Major General Itiaulun AVinship as Advocate ficral jot I Army He will serve with tbr rank of major general fur i term of four vpars LOCAL GROUPS ASSURESUPPORT i GLASS ATTACKS WIGGINSTAY Senator Tells Stock Probers Hctirement Allowance Was Illegal WASHINGTON Ore i Senator Glass Dcmoenu author of Ilic Fecund Reserve Ac and senior biuilinK authority of Congress charged today in a siatnnriu lo the Senate Stock MiirUel Commlttre that CJinse National Bmk directors vio latcd New York State law in volUm a annual retirement pay to Albert H Wiatiin Class chtiiKe was mado in tlie j midst of sharp opposition lo prot posals by Winthrop W Aldrich prcsi cnt head of the bank for stricter j banking legislation Glats said Aldrich proposing a i straitjacket for the com munitv i Today marks the demise of Old Grouch Prohibition and the rcsurrec i Charity Bail Project to Aid Hnggerty was by the dais to take the j official certification and start with it i tion of Happy John Barleycorn to Washington as soon as it is signed j while hundreds were ready and by Hamilton and Shannon He will arixious to cclebrale the retunl of Poor Kiddies XmasHucy Cheer isApproved I venture to Aldrich said that the S100 000 voted to Mr Wiggin vas within Ihc law Senator nso churned Senator LmS Onmonat of Louisiana Unanimously HeElected at JMcelinjv Last Evening ASSEMBLY HALTS APPROPRIATIONS Each House Adopts Reso lution to Avoid Finan cial Shoals County Hoards Also Hold j Demands Definite Figures Eloci ions Members Admit New Director of the city fohool district on Resources From State Treasury HAIUliSHUnO Pa Dec at ihc mmuiil wKimlzatluii session held livsl evening in the Lnrkiu Build ini Hroiid tuul Crosby streets ilicy tivr time and melccled Hiram Turner to the vice presidency of combined tc nssurr n busy wccl for the Penn sylvnnln General Assembly L r I l K was clearing i lllc Scnutr the House took up tax Inboard The election of both of measures nnd appropriations Social bJ vnt ot lllc legislation disputes broke on the Ooor JS yrnr in HIP sninr salary as hist yr reduction Thr inolidn for the nomination of Mr Lnrkin Amelia V Oliver concerning he uppc solution framed i nun u 1 Tr 0 unt th hav a iuc of expenditures antl revenues for the nonunation of senator George I Red Da nhin wns onrrrd by Mr introducer a resolution which Pwas uei as was also Unit adopted in both Houses demanding ic appointment of Mr definite liinrps dnm dejlnite itguios from the state trea Ivri Andrew H Hlnkson submitted suivr iuul auditorgeneral Since Trinlcrs iit New Vint irc imt nllownl liy RH in lie liar lip bar Ihe mime of Mr Turner for president Temporary chairmanship during the reorgunl7nlloii of the boaril held by Archie Levy who in turn handed Ihe savcl over In the vice will K o Ike drinkers as this rehearsal plilnrc in a iMunliiillan bold illusi president when it came time for him trutes All imbibing in the Kmpirc Stale iiiusl bo clone iit tibhs conferred with Charier chairman of the board of the Chase j Bank while the measure was under Plnnn were made last evening by consideration in the Senate HP re 1201 p m Lt Gov Shannon called the convention to order with the words i iegalized alcoholic drinks there was i the Combined Veterans Patriotic and j to Long as he chief opponent lirllBTWO BIT CLUB iMUST PROVIDE GAINS MEMBERS WEEKLYSUPPORTP only a total of p places in the cily J civic Committee for a charitv had thclr baU A and clcncd to Police Arc EnforcingNew Traffic Regulations Pew Victims Protest Heads of Families Directed by Court to Pay Specified Amounts to lake Ihe oath of office which was administered by Mr Turner lo the j two now members of the board RH j niumcnt and Lewis M Hunt and in Archie Levy who last evening bc i ftun n new term ns a director rlor lo the administration of the oath nf rifllce the ccrjilicates of ilie Prothonotary M S Pancoast iitlest to the mnjorily votes by ivhlch I believe thnt before we go 24 lunui further into this session ho Enid we should know where we are KOing ntiiuiciiilly We are asked to appropriate millions of dollars for various purposes while some state ofllciiils tell us we arc headed for financial shoals There is no reason to expect liquor drinkers are going to put in tho Ricnter portion of their days and nights consuming whisky so Hint tha state can care for Its unemployed relieve the serious threats to schools to other worthy He asked God to guide the peo pe in this convention Nominal officers of Ihe convention were announced by Lieutenant Gov ernor Shannon and Hamilton Richard J Beamish secretary of the commonwealth said j I have the honor to present the official rcturnfrom the prothonotaries j of the various counties I present to j you the official returns i A round of applause greeted the i presentation The certificates ot each delegate j were then read by Hamilton with tha exact number of votes received by i each The number of votes received by I dry delegates who failed of elec tion also were read Hamilton then called the delegates all rcporti All went before the dais i banking even though tlicv favored one in this i lo Republican jOy any holiday gaycty mediately nftcr the the the adopted im coniplction of directors gave Continuing persons who their crusade against daily disregard local T i their approval io n resolution provld i In n hod hearing before Judge that nil rules nnd resolutions bi t Dutton MacDndc Scott Gross parsed by the board since 101 should The committee which met lost evei QTI I ling in the officers clubrooms of the I J A iJiXin Club on Market street south of Thircl street The other clubs are as ning in lows Upper Darby Athletic Assodiii Armory exhibited a spirit of en Vf T 14A1 TR V Ql V CAM 9hib Hitop husiasm for the Christmas Cheer HO1JDA bbAbON Fund project and the men present representing all veterans civic and of ITnrr olPP i parking a special squad of this cily agreed lo an order of lje continued It was explained to of police which launched the camj weekly for the support of his wife and the administration of the school dis trict business and personnel A canopy of vnricolored electric Demoj patriotic groups of the city pledged lights entwined with ropes of holly their complete support to the Chari will greet the Christmas shoppers In ity Ball project In outlining the project every Club of Upper Darby Inc The three restaurants here are Belleau Woods Cafe at Third and Lamokin streetsPetes 3ecr Garden i effort was made to assure lhat a and a place conducted by Fred Paul j larpc sum would ba available for the Hodgson j Christmas Cheer Fund The use of me price of drinks will be almost i the Armory builriingr free of charge in bv a large foreof cut in half by repeal mated Although no paign last Friday yesterday InRgcd I wo children The a total of 2 automobiles half of j Gross now living this number bns or parkins on B the sidr of a street and the mi1S stiest oilier 1C for parking overtime A survey of Uif reveral hundred wife Mrs Stolln in the 200 block liquid Informed Thc IlltcllllS adjourned shortly court he had left her husband in iI tno organization had bcrn ef the down town district Friday night On each side of Edgmont avenue and market street Ihe canopies arc i beins strttn of quarrels He Kot I ami the directors remained for ia idea I here were men in the hottse a Rhorl tlmc ln an session the fact thai the are cars owned by Chester Each ona tnggcd is os under the bed and other wife declared An order of S3 weekly placed being strung over the sidewalks thj essed an hi t al fine of 4 cents ol1 Joh1 M of the 1200 work having been started this monij nn S riiw if 7Li block West Ninth street County Complying with the provisions of the school code virtually ail of the boards of education in the twenty and contribute caurics The governor hai proposed that an estimated In liquor slora profits and liquor taxes collectablo wilhln thenext year be spent for charitable purposes Rrncrnl fund balance of Iho fitulo May 31 Iflja was over Reed said U was he first of this month Outgo con tinues and income falls Immediately the Senate recom mitted Uiret of Senator Reeds bills providing expenditures of to SROOOOOt for capltol improvements Meanwhile the House took occasion CnitUnucit on Tajrc Tivclvb WEATHER FOR AREA will be sold for 25 f drinks will be almost j thL free o7 I Ins bv a VaVc ol mn in e vhich ca b atlhe tlmp llln acr Inwife Si borouhsnnri cs tllc jCnymoit De drink in rnntinneil on Faze Twelve casies tnat have ministered to dry i duns group have joined with the committee in planning for the ball op va v a ntuetinu Lriura and tne music has been do the directorate of the Merchants Di County Cham1 Commerce in the Chester Club i afternoon Many other importance were trans1 acted at this meeting including th MRS BIDDIK GIVEN DIVORCE Thc RpvOrvills S Dufficld pastor appointment of a nominating com of Prospect Park Methodist Episcopal PROSPECT PARK PASTOR IN CRASH MEDIA MERCHANT PLEASURE CAR AND TRUCK IN COLL A woman was sliRhtly injured and Partly cloudy skies nnd slightly warmer wcnUier are predicted fol lowed by rain tonight or tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will bc come colder tomorrow afternoon or i night I The hiKhest temperature here yes lerday was 57 degrees at 2 a m and j the lowest Wiis 42 ai fi45 p m The avcrngc of SO was eleven degrees above normal for the date but two VJl fl JUlIl ilHLllUVllH Continued rage Ticlvc thry have aisurcd the presence mittec who wilj name officers at the Church and Mrs DufficM yesterday n truck and a pleasure car were dam degrees below ihe average December RENO Nev Dec i FIRST PA ASSEMBLY Nannie Hope Dale Biddle socially prominent in Philadelphia was j granted a divorce today and immcdij ately afterward it vas learned would noted New N Rule superintendent bal1 i of public instruction called attention of a fine orchestra Posters and ticltcts have also been Thursday donated to ihc committee regular meeting of the proup nox returned fxT T T nn T v vkr trn tu VMU LuiiiiiiiLiut me no 1IV CHbbTER IN 16S2senc3 of great expense has made it HOPFS TO pcsibe for the commutes to arrange U iU Yesterday about noon two NCTOCS ascd in Third and Lloyd streets early this mornlns injured woman was Pearl pair Johnson 30 of 102S West Second last yeur loiiiperatura for the date is 70 established in 1873 and minimum 10 in 10QG Sunrwc today war at 70B a m merwara lu vas icdiucu nu r HARRISBnRO nrr s Iur a ominEi romission wnicli it is marry W Starling Burgess was th hfrihri believcd will bring many supoorters New York inventor and yacht anniversary birthday i n the Christmas Cheer Fund to the OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION the lh2 city last I to their home froni Prcsby into Harry Flickers shos store Hospital Philadelphia where in Media and each purchased a pair nifu s of Rhocs A tllird customer entered street who was a passsnscr in a car j and sunset willbe at 436 p om i the received in an au mobile cas lil the proprietor was waitinK IJohnson of the same crn Standard lime START FLIGHT TODAY Spring Garden street brWBc 0nlhf UlC Nceioc on Third street i Teh pastor and his wife were re Ollt uld with him a Tnu stlccl alKi crashed into BATHTJRST GAMBIA Bricish a shoes At a meeting of Eddystone borough council held last night word was received from the Public Service Commission to the effect that service service on or about June 1 1834 ACTRESS FOUND DKAI Govcinor Eclws rci O Shannon and Grover C Talbofc i VlcvcrKhn Ross Speaker of the House of I Colms no MPowcl Tho K police department representative on Rule pointed to the first meetI thc is Aloysius P Quinn i great service to coin st endeavors nf ing of the legislative body at Chester i v December 4 1682 i He reminded Ihe lawmakers at the i f same time that vrsterriav was i jv in smoott Mrs Lindbergh hop t off scon for their 1870 land miles ia lutio a to Natal has been been turning from the railroad terminal where the clergyman metMrs Dtif field on her return from South Weymouth Mass where she had been attending the funral of hr father Samuel Kfcvor Whentheir car was crossinc the i bridge the machine was struck broad rn side by another car driven by S j truck going south on Llovd street nnd i Flicker tried to persuade the mans by Edwin Hallnhan 629 i companion to pay for the shoes but i yrn avcmlc Yeadon The viclim SESSION A regular meeting of the West End Business Mens Association will ba held this evening in the Feiton Fire tion caused by the pontoons 1 i i j iili U V O the H f Cift HclKhtaMrs hnVnn on the that hc TO hammer handle broke and Flicker1 John B Hannum Carlcr of U00 discussed a riecp laceration of the Chestnut street was d bv his seaplane ha held his piane j ible husband suf ilJJ I Li Hi L OUl IV I 1 Il Jl LTl lilT T i second man escaped i uncle John B Hannum Jr for ad as matters of im pormnce to the business men will ba Final preparations for the Chriit decorations will be made Spe HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bj United Press RUTLEDGE HOME VISITED BY FIRE of Judge W I Schaflnr of the Su premo Court NEGRO ATTACKER MCLEAN OFFERED CONTROL HOARD POST j RUM RING TRIAL 1 opicsof Tioies AT CHARLES TOWN 1 Dawn Child Cousin Ocnrjic Baby loliu Garonilc Golden Diana 2 Gcnspray Tulcyrics Spot Sambo C Clear KniRlU rink Tost S Ton Gai Edilic Ichmann Oregon Fir Happy I ope Tlic HlarU Upon White Woman to vote I Flying squrdrons of armed cilizcn Deputies were out before 5 a m in The Negro who made a brutal at1 this section bent on closing all polling lack upon a Springfield woman five places that they found weeks ago plcacbd guilty yesterday a twohour battle last evening The names confined to the third floor dam tcr Shnf bcen offcdl Back asain today with good liquor j but probably not half as welcome i Hie hie hurray i Have you tried the new lintior If i you didnt you werent drinking dur ing prohibition a 1 Certification is Hailed thousand New Yorkers hava persons close to Governor OifTord Pincht and Legislative leaders i up again after the work of repaying frointhe houVbTfircmn n w1 is to have that is started in M Tiittlcr oil man who refuses to applied for iconics to sell liquor the ProSCCUtor 10 There viH stilt be a few left to drink K1KCT OFFICERS U S TKKASUKY before Jucipes W noger meeting of th newly formed WASHINGTON Examine Papers The first Irgal skinuish it New styles of whisky were on dis play today baoticggcrs showing latest cut twoyear period has been confirmed 4TjrrwliiU Rrnomplail CiBff1cy Ann l Ilrr Gold Eyota Iipht Breeze Bard Inferno Lad Ilarky H Main Mini Bricbt Day Weather clear track fast Froncncict and T REtOVFRlNG FKOM OTKRATION Ipunh Ward Democratic Club of The treasury net bnlnnco for Drcemi thr Senate G AT EPSOSI Test Xohlc Tiller Wirt Bowman Sun Worship Pride Portmanteau Pillnila La Florc Gcronimo Sun Gallop Alone 1ikc Sweep CJarcinonl Saxon Lady Arms Carissa Will if Klein Orrnonl Blonrlclla Wonl oracWinifred Ann Paul T Amer ican Qirccn Weallicr clear trark fast AT TKFFETISOX IAKK Draii Ilantle C Coin Col leclor Guirirss Pcarn Pulis C Royal Leon XiRht Rri Radr Garh Hit and Unn Vindi cated llnnrlibnrh Ulinrr Hox Office Acluarius Wonccdil Tcnnywood Prince Plato Thclma I Black Cnmct Acric Don Taskcr Sctlis Ballot Dndiodo Knowledge Miss Adele given the maximum sentence of seven and onehalf to 15 Eastern Penitentiary The defendant Horace Dorsey 40 of Olive street Sharon Hill war caughtin the act of criminally as tauliing Mrs Robert CrccrC3 of 266 North Rolling road Sprincficld on the afternoon of October 30 Brief testimony of Ihe attack was given t n prominent merchant of this city who underwent a surgical operation last Wednesday at the University Hospital Philadelphia is slowly rccovcrinir according to a re port received here this morning DOG FIGHT CAUSKS DEATH Ridley Township will br hrld this bcr i evening at the homeof Mrs Gcrda Herngrcn Lawton trrrace Holmes for the purpose of electing permanent i for ths nionlh Ihrotigh rrlurncd Which reminds us that a certain three score residents of this county Eleventh ward bootlegger walked ajl was Sl010137225 78 Misccllan Before a substitute member can be i for lo violate thr prohibi the way lo a drucstbre to get some t v t UHU u J l I LTIV i I n ll j I Id ItTIC 1f f lATH Ort 1 j ous internal revenue receipts thr were S3OG7aS333 Custcms re iwcre S220212103 A dog fight caused the death nf by Isaac Smith of the William T Duncan 61 of Philadcl I police who arrested Dor phia who collapsed wilh a heart at XT a short chase Other witI tack during the excitement of a fight CVVV iMotOlist WlCCks His between his pet chow and a neighbor RISKED INJURY CHARITY BALL TO SAVE CHILD ON DECEMBER 21 hat day Phillips must tender his oui5 Iaw was rcctrtlPo f iccclijts rrsipnatton Robert S Gawthron yrstcrritvv tiibrr 5West Chester and A Marshall rhfs FhctA Kcycs s 1 Thompson Pittsburgh other limior dcputy United States attorney czrrs confirmed have assumed eral who the case st 1 t i T vi poison to kill a cat their duties TO CONSIDER KKPORTS December meeting of ccial Booics win continue to carry on ECU but they wont prss out samples in stopped fear of killing a sale an attempt by William T Connor of defense counsel to bring about a its now possible to Ret pood liquor certification of the record of the trial101 S3 l Quart Thats the kind ot the filed the record The j Board of Managers of the Child papcs of about 2000000 j Health Center in this city will The court stenographers formally that dies young containing 8837 words the Continued on Pajjc Ten Many Foreign Liquors to Flood U S After Repeal Car Against House Front in Fifth Ward Hospital Beneficiary of Kvcnl in Armory Health Center in this city will be longest and most amazing transcriot held at 1014 West Second street next ever filed with the district court clerk DRCIS cr i i i j i Atiehne that oldlime song mv b rcsivcd bi tllc im O Be afternoon December 11 at district court clerk Mr Connor then requested Federal KOV We can aah start to sr o which tune reports of the various Judge George A Welsh who presided UOUIMto chrhtcn ou commutes will b submitt i Social lcommitres will ba submitted and gen i cral routine business transacted Continued nn Pace Trn uces uch a Ihu wast Considerable interest is bring shown in the arrival of Dsccmbrr 2 Swerving his machine to avoid ftrikiiic 10yearold Constance Van dcrbilt of 1123 Brown street shortlytllc dnte sctfor the Charity Ball for after 8 oclock this morning Ottlcy benefit of the Chester Hospital Invitations have been sent out with admission card enclosed These ad Lynch of Twentieth street drove his rutomobilr over a sidewalk and onto ih parch of the home of mission cards are on sale at Bom Presbyterian Church History Compiled by Pastor The Weather NEW YORK Dec to its strength vodka inbibtrs always Leon Komcuas at IdOi Morton avc berprrs Drue Store at Fifth liquors rom the ends of the earth i eat smoked salmon caviar or other which have not caressed the palates fatty foods while drinking nuc whcri considcrnble was Market street Chester and at Shivers of American connoisseurs for 14 years will be available after repeal done to the porch and to the carL Mastic from the Near East a potent j Thc driver by his skillful maneuver nf liquor made from grapeskins Store in Svarthmorr Members tnc committee also will be plad In a compilation of some of the m tcrcsliiiR points nf history surround ing thtt city of Chester in the days of the formation of his church the month of March 1S17 when throughout the State of Pennsyl vania the question was up as to and ing of his car succeeded in supply tht1 cards Among them arc drinkables made mastic gum a serious accident The child was It is permissible to pay for a single the First Presbyterian 80 years ago should be sold within the common cactllspotatoes apples Sake from Japan a thin yellowish i only brushed by the car receiving admission at the doors of the Chester j Rev William Barrow Pugh present wealth WASHINGTON Uco S Weather i Pennsylvania Probably rain tonight and Wednes day slightly wrmcr in cast and south portions tonight colder in west land north portions Wednesday after noon and in southeast i Wrdnrsdajnight S New Jersey Probably rain anil Wednesday slightly warmer grapeskins oranges elates wine made from rice It is consumed I slight brush burns but no serious in Armory on the cvcnim of the ball palm nee workwocd kolaplams and from tiny cups holdingabout sugarcane They include Vodka from Russi two tablespoons of liquid Drambuie from Scotland a power and the Baltic t ful distillation of Scotch whiskv T t tin onitn iui uiailllinicjn OI OCOlCll WniSKV h IT rrlnm popular in Europr among Arrack from Turkey and the Near Grccnwald Majcs drinkers who require a quick jolt East Littoral made bv distilling dates avr Hen Rave Weather cloudy track fast The best is made from wheat ecnj and cocoapalms tains 67 per cent alcohol It is After a few appli jurics Tickets now on sale and those mailed pastor has brought to light nn in teresting incident in connection with Lynch was traveling southwardly on cut are for two persons Admission bcal sentiments on the liquor quesj County ofDelaware by a vote of whether or not intoxicating liquors JliRht colHcr Wednesday night Western Pennsylvania Cloudy i probably rain tonight and Results of the elect on showed that Wcdneltlay and in cx the drys not only carried the Morton avenue as he rounded a slight curve just north of Tenth street the child ran in front of his car On the opposite side of the street was a lumber truck backed less tastes like pure alcohol Owing Conlinucd on Page Ten I Continued on Page Ten for one will be half the admission for two which is three dollars Ted Browriaglcs orchestra with Mr Brownaglc leading has been en gaged There arc attractive posters Continued on Page Ten i en which vies directly With the sentiments of the people of this lo cality as expressed in the recent elec tions Dr Pushs historical record inc with Chester as a small fishing village tells of a general election in to 1091 but also carried the village of Cficstcr by 103 to 83 In his j sketch Dr Push has written of the I C a in incident the following Sentiment l a m was so so strong that the Washing 8am trcmc northwest portion tonight TOO AYS TEMPERATURE 9 Continued on Page Ten 10 a in 42 ii a m 42 12 Noon 44 1 p m 46 2 p m U   

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