Chester Times, December 6, 1933

Chester Times

December 06, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania SHOPPING DAYSTILL CHRISTMAS ftmr FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TK 17767 Daily Icafocl Wife ol United Press UT mid imernntlotial Service INS CHE8TK11 PA WlDNKSDAY DKCICMHKK 6 19W KfCIO TWO CENTS LIQUOR RETURNS CALMLY IN MOST PLACES INPENNA Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Lose Little of Their Composure Over the tions a Complete Flop in Some Large to Get Stocks for Sale RETURN OF THE GOOD OLD DAZE Roosevelt Proclaims End of Prohibition When Utah Delegates Vote as 36th Plea for Opened for Entrance of Foreign Drinks Elevated to a new social standard during his years in exile John Bar leycorn was back in Pennsylvania today He returned last iiigbt expecting rousing cheers and wild demonstra tions Instead celebrations in his honor were in the majority of cases nothing better than complete flops When Utah cast the ballot that sent prohibition Into oblivion Penn sylvanias good liquor was locked bei Obtained llV Store Own hind the doors of bonded ware houses Alcoholic beverages of ing qualities ranging from prewar stufl to the products of bootleggers were available but the stocks were i meagre The good hard likker for which thc Commonwealth has been waiting 14 years did not come until today 1 Then it met the restrictions embodied in control acts recently passed by the General Assembly Only about i 1800 establishments have secured licenses to make sales Until the dawn of 1934 all liquor must be sold at licensed hotels res taurants clubs in dining cars and steamboats Sunday sales are taboo and the oldfashioned bar except j for clubs is prohibited LESS THAN 1000 LIQUOR PERMITS ISSUED IN STATE 11 of This Number Are Obtained by Store ers in This County Control Board Interprets New Law as It Pertains to the Druggists There were exactly 962 places In Pennsylvania licensed to deal in wines and liquors when Prohibition repeal wcrc seeing things The dizzy whirl nf ihc rily life you Unim Anyway il was a bis evening fur everybody JQUOR TAX BILL IN EFFECT TODAY IN PENNSYLVANIA Designed o Add Slate Revenue Under Floor Levy Measure Governor Signed Act Yes1 lord ay Ruin Finance Program Mil HAKRISBlJRCi Pa Her The Wllliin Liquor Tax mnxsuve t wont into died today In Pennsyl vania designed to add to the revenues already collectable under the Cordlor I SI Floor Tax measure The adiniiistnvtlou bill introduced by Hep Morion WHkin Philadelphia as originally writion would Imiosi1 n SI prr gallon tax on liquor nuiwii faciiirrd within Pennsylvania and tended for distribution without the MlltP A passed with riders und sinned j by ih governor lute yesterday the I nuamc Instead of providing a lul i tax will establish Ihe tax at the rate if any imposed on liquor in the stall to which it is consigned Tliis will allow Pennsylvania dis tilleries to compete on an even basis with manufacturers in states where the tux might be low or where there might be none at all j Fuillvrnnore the WiSkin bill as aiiientlcd provides a tax on all liquor manufactured and sold within prior to January 2 when lhe state stores wil be estab lished In vliis mannr the state will collect an additlontl lax until thai time STRAW THAT BROKE THE CAMELS BACK LINDY AND WIFE LAND AT NATAL FLEW S ATLANTIC Complete 1850 Miles Scpa rating Africa From South America Colonels Third Trip Over Sou Male Yorkcd the Radio NATAL All New York may not linvn rone on aburrr ti rrlrorrr repeal luit in he ryes of SCIIIR nf the natives hinps looked rather tipsy around the library on Fifth avenue Theyll tell Hie coekcyetl world Even the sightseers Conllnuci on Pass Ten POLICE ip ROBBER SUSPECT If became rn actuality last evening Yesterday the liquor control board issued more than 500 licenses only 11 being issued to store owners in cast side west side and all aKOUND the town this county Staid old Philadelphia lost little of j 13o0o ot the 22i00o becr j D A TVf T C Us composure welcoming the realm dealcrs in the state have indicated D H U tJ of liquor I that thcv woidd applv for licenses to In contrast to the jovia celebration EeU ollv a smal riaction of that greeted the return of beer there j this number appiied It is expected were no throngs of thirsty clamoring f that miuly win wail untii the state for admission to hotels night clubs storcs op3n on Jamaiy i before making application The board announced the following interpretations of the new control law as it pertains to druggists Li STATE VETERANS FRANKLIN FIRE i COMPANY OFFICERS GIVEN PINCHOT it UllUW night John Q D president sue A and restaurants Only a few of the larger hotels had enough persons to make a crowd Taprooms did not do much more than the usual business Not even the censed retail druggists night clubs could muster enough may continue to dispense liquor only Irons to prevent John Barleycorn a i on the prcscripLion o a licensed return from becoming anything bur physician denist or veterinarian a complete Hop m Philadelphia Liquor ln stock at the time of re Business continued uncummished i peai ancj subsequently sold on prc howevcr in the citys speakeasies i for medical purposes is sub Wit h highballs selling at 50 cents and ject tpa state floor tax ofS2 a gallon bonded whisky at 4a cenLs and oU j Effective January 2 with the open Act Given Final Approval Today Amends Constitution Other Social Up Repeal Recorded ing of the state stores druggists HARRISBURG Pa Dec must buy their liquor from these i Two bills designed to pay a S50000i delegatesto Delaware County i a uhirh n mnnnnnlv Firemen S Association 1 il j p J iOOO bonus to state war veterans were cents a Shot and a pint in legiti mate places many of the celebrators retired lo their favorite speakeasies where the prices generally remained at prorepeal levels j Pittsburgh was because i exempt only when used in manufac General Assembly and sent to the of its calm celebration Nobody i turing or mixing preparations unfit i governors desk I The bills introduced by Rep Frcd 1 At a meeting of the Franklin Fire Company Concord avenue below Third street last i Bouchelle was elected cseding Timothy McCarey who had served the company as its leader ior two years i Other officers elected Charles i Lenny vicepresident Harry Hague i recording secretary William Price i financial secretary Charles Perry I treasurer John E McDonoujli so llicitor Elmer Wicgand T c Legislation j John Storm Elmer Strinstfellow liOUSC iltHM AlSO DllIKCS ors John Dbran Harry Hague Charier i Lenny committee on firemens relief I Arthur Pierson trustee for throw I years DanielMurtaugh delegate to j State FiremensConvention George Titus Joseph Ellis Jr and William Rate of 4 PC on and 59 PC on All Over Million Urged i A few minutes after a store at 525 Central avenue operated by James Harris was broken inlo this morni I ing Patrolmen Handy and Reed nrj rested Albert Parccr 35 Negro of j 400 block Law street He was held for InvestIgntIon when arraigned for preliminary hen ring in police court this morning 1 The officers were cruising In n poj 1 lice cur and noticed Parker loitering in the vicinity Later they passed Karris store rind noticed that the i lock on the door had been broken i Dec theirsecond joint atlanlic flight Colonel Charles A Lindbergh nnd Mrs Lindbergh ar rived Ivii today from Bathurst Gambia rjrlllsU West Africa Tlie Lindberghs completrcl their daring venture at 1255 p m IESTJ They completed the 1850 miles MlimiUu Africa from South America in fast imp and thus climaxed n careful and comprehensive survey of ocian air routes and terminals which previously had taken them across tho North Atlantic Ocean by i way of Greenland Iceland thc Faroo and Shetland Islands H vvns Colonel Lindberghs third II lull across thc ocean expanses and in jome respects the least hazardous of the lucc The distance covered was lltlle more tlian half the mllcago of his historymaking flight from New York to Paris in 1027 The Might from Bathurst to Nalal took 15 hours and 53 minutes They left the West African port at 902 p m EST last night Lindbergh at the controls of tho black and red Lockheed Slrlus mono plane In which during a five months lour Ihey have flown 18000 miles was steering under an overcast sky and through scattered rain squats Mrs Lindbergh al the planes V Commissioners Are wireless instruments was buzzing one T mcFsiines to clpht stations of Pan Witnout Needed Iuian Assistant cxeciitionof to national pto liilitUou was Franklin S Ititer Sail Laid City ithiniry anil ilrlrKiilr to Utahs repeal convention slumn litre llir iTsnlullnu he nlVrred for his stales iinthliK nilineiillon nf the lMt nr repeal amendment COUNTY UNABLE TO BUY MATERIAL at Personal Companies ees for CWA Proposition 20000 Would He Kej quired to Make Repairs to Darby Creek Dikes 1 i Thn county cannot afford to purj notified The owner aiida charc materials neccwary to make j i up revealed considerable merchandise further repairs to th3 Darby creek i including meats cheese and cigarettes cukes In Tinicuin township and lake missing Nothing was found at Btlvnnligo of ajor ofTmfl y lhn i Federal Civil Works A1iilnlstralion i This was made clear by County Coin American airways along the South American coast Her mrwiiiRPs laconic and business like showed lhal the seaplane was true ns a bullcl to a course 221 Continued 011 Page Ten US KK PROBERS HEAR Holding 2D RETRIED 1XEGRO Hunter Drewcs nnd Des in Uirlr weekly mectliiK at Mrrilriyesterday County Engineer George Wright WASHINGTON Dec fjroup of New York bankers that linn need the 40story Lincoln bulld inp were given a bonus of 110000 shares of common stock in the project although the public ulti mately lost between and 520000000 it was Mwyn today at thn Senate bankinw inquiry j The block of stock was turned over to the Chase National Bank which of bottle and case liquor trade Liquor sold by druggists is tax approved today by the Pennsylvania REAL ESTATE seemed to bother about rushing to j f0r beverage purposes t the restaurants and clubs ior their j state laws cfTective with repeal H drinks However the crowds in i make in th revenue law to brinp in an ASSESSORS NAMED estimated additional 5237000000 to the government death iuion to possibly flOOf tons of stone sywood nit of at least four barges restaurants and hotels where liquor j beverage was being served were much gayer gists no provision for sales of i havinq been liquor by wholesale drug Myers Jr Philadelphia by the The Board for the Assessmentand than those of recent months Hundreds of places where spirits to Delaware county clubs The The following licenses were issued j However Pennsylvania veterans be sold failed to participate in last nights merrymaking because their licenses had not arrived from Harrisburg In almost every restaurant in the city there was some confusion as a Continued on Page Ten EXCELLENT ADDRESS Heights Reivdas Cafe Cl Chester Rotanans yesterday heard B1 k G iUe Collingdale a sterling address by Dr Philip P j American Legion Post No 214 Upper Darby The Springhaven Club Wallingford I Hotels Trainer Hotel Chester 1 Kecnans Hotel Chester Restau rants Gerald A Connelly and Wil liam M Connelly Upper Darby Stanley Beer Garden Darby Pompis i i Bser Garden Chester National Resi i taurant Darby Toms Lunch Clifton Cafe Chester and wont receive the money for Christ Jacobs director of publications and y cxtonsion National Tuberculosis scciation who was secured for the j meeting by Charles Kurtzhalz general i secretary of the Delaware County Tubcrculosi Association The guest I The West End Business Mens Assoj journal and FILLED BY i J L BUSINESS MEN passed by the House j Revision of Taxes hs filled three of were given final approval by the Sen the vacancies in its staff of deputy ate when it reconvened today real estate assessors caused by the recent resignation of five men who were convicted of conspiracy in the mas shopping since state officials recent Delaware county trial in Fcd have dccidsd not to advertise for the j era Court bond issue until March j The new appointments include Tin issue to provide thc bonus of i Aldrich Price and John Boyd of this S10 for each month of service and a I city and T Leonard Cosgrove of maximum of S200 for any 0112 person i Linwood i was approved as a constitutional amendment by the voters November First business before the Legisla1 trict formerly ture today was the spreading on the j P Fcnnell records of the prohibition repeal cer Mr Cosgrovs will assume his duties tificate signed ycslerday by Pcnnsyl in the district formerly covered by vanias 15 delegates to the repeal con Chris Nacrclli of Marcus Hook vention Mr Price will cover the district formerly assigned to John J Cohill and Mr Boyri will take over the dis covered by Thomas The full committee headed by Rep resentative Doughton DNorth Caro lina met and received the report of the suhcomniitica but took no ac tion penning hearings to bo held later The proposals wcra designed to simplify the prcsant law and phi up holes throuchwhich wealthy persons have avoided taxes Liquor taxation was left to be handled in a separate bill after rec ommendations from President Roose veit and joint discusnons by the House nnd Senate tax committees The subcommittee which said it later would make more recommenda tions especially with respect to new The jury fixed penalty at thcsamv as in the cnsr of Hay Pattcrrcn first of thc defendants to lwo lug jn cldition to be retried nnd similarly reconvicted j vvouid be required for tho work The jury had deliberated since Dl Delaware county director a m yesterday It returned its verj of lnr civi works Admiiiistratlon diet ill 1130 a m today nns suggested this project It was the second trial for Norrls piTSent at the conference ycslcr and brought bvit at a fore closure saklust summer Officials said some of the losr could be re covered by proper management o the building IF S TKKASUKV I5ALANCE the case in which he and eignt other Negroes were accused of as was WASHINGTON Dec K wiegcl an englncrr of The treasury net balance for Decem the State Department ot Forests and ber was Miscellane paulting two white girl mill workers i who has been dircctins the ous internal revenue receipts that daj in a gondola car of a moving freight icparlmcnt In were Customs receipts train near Scottsboro Ala on Marco raising and widening ilin dikes for the month through December 1931 AID APPLICATION APPROVED BY Darby creek The legislature made a special appropriation o 530000 for wcrc S362112383 this work and of it will be re quired or the job in the opinion of wicrrcl The bis broke through storm lnst the dikes in Top Scs of Times The Civil Works Administration i snurcss of revenue did not disturb bar the application of th tho lower income brackets but pro posed a single normal rate of four asc Ten Today Is the first day of repeal Who cares of Ridley Park for aid in two borough projects and plans are j speaker outlined the various aims of elation held an enthusiastic meeting the association and recounted what is i last night in the hall of the Fclton being accomplished in various sections Fire Company at Third and Yarnall Senate gays final consideration to thc r nrp strnntc uiri Prpslripnt Hharlps J The Senate passed the resolution to i i place the certificate en the official the House when it re convened a half hour later Coincident with this action er ciu on all net income instead j compacted to have two gangs of un DRIVER of Lllc Present four per cent on the 1 first 54000 and eight pov cent on the HELD FOR COURT j balance I Oilier recommendations mchidcd the of the country Thc meeting was pre streets with President Charles J sided over by President Al Knabb i Ward presiding The association elected Thomas F Smith vicepresident to fill the va cancy caused by the untimely death of G Pnssmore Tajlor The organization went on record j as being 100 per cent in favor of the project started by John Stanton i president of the West End Free Li The first corkscrew driver of the navy repeal era made his appearance employed men start work in the bor ough tomorrow morning A group of 35 men will begin con strucllon of a sanitary sewer system in the Rivcrview section of the bor Continued on 1arc Ten nigh white another party of 53 men Continucd on PajjcTcn in police court this morning idcnti f A T V AND WARMER IVIiirr i i V X V1 1 tl MMtl iJIV will start improvements to Ulp following officers Cuntiniicil on II A ni Today isthe first day we can tell i IiWljil prohibition agents where to go ANNUAL ELECTION jWhaL a i Debating contest judge says small In a spirited meeting held last eve schools produce the best orators The ning in the hall of the tireliouse at larger schools arc too busy perfecting 1503 Providence avenue members of the football players the Good Wilt Fire Company No 2 j HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Ry United Tress LETTER CARRIER ON RETIRED LIST fyinp himself as Wilfred Green Negro of Eleventh street Darby He was held in bail for court by WEATHER FORECAST Magistrate Honan AT JEFFERSON PARK Sister Racketeer Jim Or mont Colonel K Skirl Trice Spain Servants Prttlc Lcgal Jajc Mil With an outstanding record of 39 years 4 months and 15 days service wr streets i Appointed a carrier in July 1894 Plans for the Christmas decoration during thc postmastershin of tin btc i was left in thc hands of the Lcntz Garrett Mr Roncy began vidual merchant who was urged to i Ms duties in the old postoilic take extra pains with the decorations located at Fifth street and Edgmont j in front of his property avenue At the time ths personnel of thc local postofiice numbered U U Q POT Ft PRTPTf i carriers and three clerks Mr Roncy O Vtwljlv J evening when it crashed into parked car of Watz Klepacki at Sev enth and Potter streets Klepacki was attracted by the crash and moned police Patrolmen Owen Pierce removed Green to thc office of Rain and warmer is the prediction HIP n eastern Pennsylvania Nov Jersey Delaware and Maryland U will be colder tonight and fair nnd colder tomorrow Tho highest tempera lure here vcs IMS 4Gdegrers at 5 p m and Park Lake and Hie park area sur rounding Ihe lake It is proposed to dredge the lake evade the park and clear it of weeds stumps and underbrush N FALL FROM HORSE the streets in winter used any more be inside during William Heard vice nrcMdent Joficph V Digcins record ing secretary George R Powell some of the raoioprograms financial secretary Frank E Bray j p M his s Exanl Treasurer John J Evans trustee j cuck hunting Daniel West foreman John Llin 0 usc much fvaa hatch Mrs Walter Stokes of Brooke road ity 5ir Jacob IMaxway Icr Hnolitran Show Mentality Drfcrrecl La Salic Biack Comet Actuarius Hot Shot 5Swcct Lacruse Lay Ara Primer KnockabiniC Gurfflcr Gold Mint Rarasbkova Break iMoncv Musk Ranset i ToTnlJimit Black Ftesh Last At government today fixed Us price for he was lh last Dr Walter A Blair who examined the driver and issued a c thrt he was under the influence of intoxicating liquor and unfit to drive an automobile STUDENTS UKAR UKIOKT oad Thc i St Davids daughter of Owen Wistcr nvcrase of 42 was three degrees above i the novelist was thrown from her unanimously elected solicitor ormal for tho date but eight de horse and injured near Malvcrn at company Seven direclors grccs below thc average December 5 noon yesterday when her horse last year Maximum temperature for stumbled during a fox hunt in which i the date is 61 established In 101G she was riding with friends She was tascn to Bryn Mawr pilal afte firstaid treatment had served under six postmasters UNCHANGED TODAY i At the time of the removal of the WASHINGTON Dec The Chester High el services School students at this mornms head j and minimum 13 in 1885 Sunrise today was at 70D a m and sunset will b at 436p m eastern standard time came after Ronsvs services in two the department NEEDED APPAREL Icmpt Gen Campbell Weather cloudy rack fast AT CHARLES TOWN lKarkonitc Gold Weird Star ogan Canticle LiRht Fusco of the staff to be newlymined American gold at 63401 ordered to the new building His an ounce unchanged from the previtransfer from his original place of ous three days employment took place 37 years agoj Todays Washington price was S117i For a period of 15 years he served above the world price set in London 1 as a member of the local Civil Service today examining board and was chosen for The London price today was 126 a period of 1G consecutive years to rink Post shillings 11 pence up 1 shilling 5 serve as treasurer of the local branch Style Corner nean Cavalier BUich Dlnccn Grannys Tradr Vision Hubbling Oul Dav Dornocb War Banner i RctlclifTe KafTn Silver Srcplcr Captive lad Free Advico Main sheet Eddie Icliimnn McDonald H Weather cloudy Irack slow AT FPSOM DOWNS S Sand Runner Justice Logan Sarazen II Play injj OnGolden Sun Clarcmont F Flying Justice Sarilla Donna Bctlina Chief Gcronimo SIcrvin B P Star Bronm Old Pride j I Day Frank K Dr Iarrish Slop Gap Granrt Charipinn Com mxndman 1 Dipper Sliacklcford Brook sic Nuttins Old Rill Passalons Garrick clear Irick fast pence from yesterday Based on thc National Association of Letter London opening for the pound steri Carriers I line this was equivalent to j Mr ROIICV is panning to live IS32M a fine ounce j quietly in his retirement and to Con tinue his active interests in Tubcrcuosis Association give an ex planation of the icport ot thc survey of public health and hospital serv ice in Delaware couniy OIL CICIKF DHS BRONXVILLE N Y Dec H H Eagle 48 former vicepresident of the Cities Service Export Oil Company was dead at here brrn administered at thc Radnor the State Volunteer Firemens Hunt Club Her physician Dr Waiciation successful for trr Chrystic said he was probably not seriously hurt Mrs Stokes formerly Miss Frances K Wistcr was mnrricci to Mr Stokes May 21 1928 Representatives chosen as deletes V GOM Oshlns forsniall fry to the Delaware Couniy Volunteer Firemens Association were Joseph Dougherty John Evans Jr and John Johnson Howard E Hannuin was for the chosen wcrc John Johnson Carl Davis Wil liam Scallon Q Berry Thomas John son William Dougherty and John Evans Jr John GrcctihalEh was elected to represent the company In Hoy babies come from dieting mother fays a London scientist Tha girls do their own dieting later American chewing gum is gaining a foothold in Japan That ought to hoil the Japanese down anyway A burglar who broke into the home of Mrs Anna Baki 31J West Second streci last night stole two leather ALLEGED KNIFE coats a blue serge coat a suit of overalls and a mans topcoat WIELDER IS HELD trance to the place was gained by pryinp a side window the in truder leaving several fingerprints which were pholographcc by Charles Dunlap local fingerprint expert of the police department the j rlecuon tn the Volunteer Firmcmcns Relief Association of Chester were Frank E Bray Daniel West William I Johnson Bernard Gorman and Wil liam Dougherty Following the elcciion there was a social hour during which thc firemen An antidote has been found for bichloride of mercury poisoning Its formaldohydcsulfoxylatc Trouble is the poison is apt to kill before the victim can ask for the antidote Although thc U S has recognized her Russia still had better watch her steppe No peace priix year since the was awarded this f thc copnn PLANS COMPLETED i The dollar remained at 607R cenls BOARD TO i of his former associates of the local i branch of the postal association The township commissioners of i Nether Providence at a meeting held i Monday night in Ihc VVnllingford i Grammar School building finished j up all business possible for the prosi cnt year At the meeting next month the board will reorganize and thc j newly elected members will bs seated C D Donaldson president of thc board was in charge of the recent meeting POLE VAUS ON CAR j Ail automobile bearing license number JJ23 and driven by a 1 woman whoss name was not ascer tained wps in collision with a tcle graph pole on Concord road near 1 Lincoln street this morning Thn i pole was broken off at th base and fell on the car Thc woman escaped j Injuries and the car was only slightly 1 damaged Lost Canary Returned by Ad Even a lost canary may some times be returned through thc medium of a Times classified ad vertisement Heres what the pro prietor of Alwincs greenhouses Springfield has to say concerning the return of a tame canary We didnt think it wotild be worth while to advertise for a canary bird losl but we decided wrtild try il We wsrc very fond of the bird and anxious to get It bad ThanUs to the Chester Times we did get it back by inserting a threeline advertisement Repeal Celebrations Few Drink Prices Prohibitive Arraigned for formal hcnrlns In police court this morninp on the charge of strtbbin Edward Phillips 2S of 602 West Tenth street who has been 1 patient in the Chester Hos piial since last Saturday even inn Peter Hansrn Ksrlin street was held Sixteen boys groups with a total of in 52000 bail for court by Police Masi morn than 100 rcprorcniatlves have israce Michael A Honan today already pledged attendance at the Police say Phillips was slabbed dnr Southeastern District Older Boj11 I All that we have of sounrt money these days Is the noise tliats bclnjf made over it fight in a hotel at Fulton street Concord avcmir Srveril com ExKaiser Wihcrn has discovered swnslika is a symbol of mo rnn mntimi ivrrf o coinmotion wed s iivills utililv companies in Anicr ic calltclcd his annual pcn sions amountinj to S2IOOO Theyll Confercnce which will be hrd ilils j n t man50nv vcl weekend in the V M C A The death of prohibition didnt cause many celebrations in this city although a few of the licenced places had more than their regular clientele who drank to the health of repeal When the hour approached for it package hours before thr Slat Assembly of Utah cast tho deciding ROOSEVELT SEES vote nanions who srv him fall took him Seventh street and EripmciH avcmir to the hospital where physicians say Three hundred boys will attend the he mav bs a patient for several weeks sessions i William T Buck head of the Boy Work Committee of the local The Weather Thc price of single drinks of whisky here ranged from 25 to SO i cents depending on thc grade of to be legal to sell liquors and wines i liquor ordered One place in Marcus there wcrc only three licensed places Hook was reported to be chaiRiiiK in Chester but that didnt stop the 7cchts for a drink of Johnny customers of the various speakeasies j Walker but few if any drinks were from geUinfi their supply of Ihc stufl sod as thc price is prohibitive for which they hive acquired a taste I One local beer garden rnd in any bootlegging joints could1 whisky was dispensed legally 4 MILLION AT WORK WASHINGTON Dec 6 WASIHNGTOX Dec S action acting chairman of the ari forecast rangcmcnts committee announced Eastern and last evening that all details arc colder tonight preceded by rain in pletc and thc openinc event will be and smith portions Thursday i tilc big banquet at thc V on Friday jfr antl ooldcr President Rooscvclt expects 4000000 i evening at fl30 oclock whcn Cameron P c n n s y 1 v an men to be at work by Dec 15 under Rock director of the New York Stock i0icurty and cnUlrr tcnlght Thursday Exchange Institute will be the prin cloudy slightly colder in cost he civil works authority It was ravcabci at Ihc White House j cjpal guest speaker William H Krcll i where that 2000000 men already are on the principal of lh Franklin School will sam thirsty individuals smacking crowded for about an hour but after job ami that another lOCOOOO will be as toastmaster at opening their lips after a 15ccnt gulp of tiger sweat i Little difference was noted by police who arrested four inebriates I but all those arrested here had their added by Saturday banquet At thc same time l was explained Boys who will alteiul the conferj rrsnonscs from all parts o Ihc counencc will high schools j try indicated a tremendous cnthui churches Y M C A groups HiY i siasm for the CWA which is headed Clubs and Employed Boys Brother Continued on Fourteen by Harry L Hopkins hoods TODAYS TFJ K VTURES that very few ordered liquor and seemed to be content with beer There was no mad rush as was cx j a in 7 a in a am 0 a m am 4fl L A m 43 Noon 41 l p m 50 2 p m 59 54 S3 ;