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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              PUER1ES AND ANSWERS is IT rctn OF I THAT FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best of the Day 58TH Dntly Leased Wirr Reports o Hulled Cross UP and IiUcmatloiiiU News Service1 1MB CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1311K13 PRICE TWO CENTS PA HOUSE GETS PINCHOT INCOME TAX 11 Imposes 1 to P C on All Persons Excepting Fed eral Employes To lie Used for School Pur poses Minimum Wage Bill Pickled HARIUSBURG Dec graduated income lax bill thrown into the special session of the General Assembly as Governor Gi fiord Pin chois solution to tlie crippled finan cial condition of schools was reported to the floor of the House by the Ways and Means Committee todny The bill sponsored by Representa tive Philip Sterling Philadelphia would authorize the collection of tax of one to six per cent on all incomes in Pennsylvania for use of j ROUT BOOTLEGGER BY LOW LIQUOR LEVIES ROOSEVELT TELLS THEM school districts AH incomes except I Urficd by the President lo make federal liquor levies low enough to ilrlvc nut the bootlegcor and racketeer1 that of federal employes would be Krcssinnal leaders on tax legislation arc pictured leaving the House after a contortncc on liquor taxation taxable lo which Ibcy had been summoned by Hie President From left lo right arc Iteprcjcnlafive Samuel IJ Hill of S30000 BALANCE IN 1933 BUDGET IS UNEXPENDED Informal ion Is liven to County Commissioners hy the Controller Report Discloses Budget Mas Ikon Closely Fol lowed HutIiitf the Year DARBY CREEK DIKE REPAIRS NOW ASSURED C o u n t y Commissioners j Favor an Appropriation j for the Work To Provide Mmployment j for Men T Aid of the CWA KELLOGG DECLARES FOR SOUND DOLLAR A summary of the financial cond Action taken by County Comuils liun of the county up to December 1 slcmers Drewis Hunter and Osmond iniuli to the County Commissioners in heir weekly nviMini at Media yesiMday by Deputy Controller Cuntierdny insures lip permamiiit n well Wrisht revealed thai tin1333 punof tho dikes alonn Darby Oiwk lonn is being followed closely The in Tinlcum township Thc nn appropriation of report indicated mat the fiscal year slows voice o will be closed on January 1 wllli an Sf000 complelint I he amount ivoded approximate balance of In Hie to lulvimtaRC of the Civil Works budget unexpended which wns the Administration project which is eslunate made by the controller and peeled to put S8H men lo work commissioners at the beginning of Atnwi n this vrir Although R week apn ho comuns 14 INJURED IN TROLLEY CRASH TWOJERMHJSLY Speed Express rashes at Pen field Station iMileaiMinule Electric Train Held Guilty by Officials Washington Rcnrcsentalivc Kobert L Dousliton of North Carolina ebairmaii of tlie Ways and Means Commit tee Senator Waller F George of Georgia and Senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi ebairmaii of the Senale Finance Committee The measure exempts for taxation salaries less than for single persons and incomes less than for married persons The proposed tax levy would be one per cent up to two per cent between 510000 and three per cent j between and four per j cent between and five per cent between and and six per cent over i Industrial Corponi Because of the avowed intention of EvClVOIVe UlEfOd to Aid i tions aml Senator William H Clark Chester j I porationEm CHRISTMAS SEALS SALE CAMPAIGN Fund Shows Increase Quota To Date i CITY GOOD WILL i GROUP MEETS up to December 1 amounted to A high speed electric express rar of the Philadelphia and Western Railway Company crashed Into lha rear or a local Until at the Pcnfichl llavirford township this county as the latter car loaded with comimitors pulled away from the Million nt am today bound for Philadelphia Fourteen persons wero injured In tho crush two tlicm seriously The latter were admitted to the Delaware County Hospital They ara 37 of 753 Law suffering with possible frac shock Arthur W Larchmont avenue injuries with possible and lacerations Dcparl I the general fund to repay the latter f mem of Forests and Untors The i fund for amounts paid out which labor required for riprapping the J DITOIPXT A WIAM should have been charged lo the gaso Darby Creok dikes wa estimated iiM ft P A I II I 1 will bo nnirl hv I 111 1 1 1 I 1 to kill the bill the Harris measure designed to close loopholes in elccj tioii laws went back to committee j along with another Harris document prohibiting paid watchers at clec Tuberculosis SufYorers pioycs i Initial 1415200 1184650 by BuyingFreely Thc Delaware County Tuberculosis not hi lavor of such legisi Association is working overtime to Business Profer s i o n p I M c u s Committee Bank Form Basis Organization lation Clark said Pllt across the Christmas seal sales Attorneys Thus action was taken shortly after j this year The sale of these heirDentists A group of socially minded citizens and civic officials met in the Council Chambers of City Hall last night and lino lax fund It wns reported thai a 1720 which will be paid by be 1 I had becm received from rlvil works administration Mr gJ aim Ul burg for sri2000 in payment of the Throne reported that the Federal countys share of gasoline taxes Kovernment had nurred lo pay in County Solicitor Williams was au addition lo ihis ammml 2i per cent thorizcd to engage contractors nrchi of the labor cost or toward teas and other persons necessary to thn needed materials and equipment testify in the court hearing on the The Department of Forests nnti Waters will also allot to the work rm 101 Eight others were treated and clls chfrgci at tlie Delaware County Hospital They were Miss Maria Kinnnrd 10 of Rich Pike College vine N F Griffith 23 507 Kath TO A rTTMVTVPn lere roild Brookline Pearl Geltv IN AI 1 r I I Kl I24 JCO avenue Bryn Mawr ILJ J 1tLf Kdith Kiidol 37 50 Roberts avenue Bryn Mawr Dorothy Campion no Relinquishes the Mansfield bill providing pcrmaj bingers of better times for hundreds I went registration for thirdclass citof families has taken a permanent Estalc ire emerged from committee It has i pacc ln thc naliona lifcj as p c Merchants BUEI becn passed on two readings and now senting the spirit of Christmas nss3 is ready for final action j The Yuletide is the time of Same The Senate passed finally and sent year whcn is ivon to thc i v m s Coln to the House the Mansfield bill other fellow People give and re mitlee a12iOO Continued nn Page Twelve j about left irom a Legislative appropriation of 530000 made lor J lctil i PACIFIC FISHING i the rebuilding or the Ihcse financial commitments left a balance of about as the PUiPoss of bringing about 10 nn ljcttcr relations between the various 14000 races and religious creeds in this com C Best Relinquishes Duties of Croxei Hos pital Superintendent immiily The meeting was opened by Mayor Ward who welcomed the j BAN Lounger 54 32 East Elm street Nor ristown Four were taken lo the Bryn Mawr J G Best superintendent of the i Hospital where they were treated Lewis Hospital and Homeland discharged having suffered j countys share in the work After j Incurables lias tendered his resig minor Injuries and shock The consultation with n r ith County Solicitor i nation lo the board of directors who i were Samuel Long U 1321 Marstou llms lhc have accepted it street Philadelphia Jac Gross nating the tax qualification for vot ing in the election law iu conform ceiye but most of the joy is in the giving ancc with the constitutional amendi that is why the Tuberculosis As Tu rnout adopted November 7 i sociruion has chosen the Christmas M With clockhue precision the up season to advance thc cause of pnr chamber passcd seven other bills drcds and thousands of unfortunates finally Only a few scattered dis it js time of thc vcar when Editing votes were recorded one elses troubles find a listening and The bills were willing ear and thc hcaithv find mo Rccd Appropriating 52000000 for menus to reflect that others mav not improvements to capitol park in enjoy the same good health and rosy Harmburpr j future Buckman Providing for construei while hundreds of bovs anci girls tion ol a tunnel connecting Pennsylr are shouting Mcrrv Christmas ds vania and Jersey under the playing their new toys rompingabout Delaware River i in their healthy jovous delight there Turner Lengthening the time for I are hundreds of others who cannot TO ACCEPT Synagogue and Father Henry F j Golden J C D of St Michaels insligators this progressive movement and Their Abalone fishing boal went up l fonu of breakwater Thc I Jec mace to him else where nnd that in names after an explosion aboard work Panned should Insure the thc board hntt acted favorably on the anci they spent tho a fuiallv Prevention of any flooding from the thn letter Mrs Ward cm snrrrwfiii intMr in ciinxnimt Mn creek for many vcars to come i phadcaitv discounted anv rumors siZorTT conl a UV hrea rcwrtcd at meeting ol discord between the superintendent cned the small tender in which thrv tllat Orftvcr C Talbot the governing body of the hospi of Taxpayers to School Addition Ex pense Proves Futile Someof ened the small tender in which they life of the city who outstanding men in and profc Hi fled lhe fire The captain Shlmizu of Monterey who said that phichot who had from this comity and speaker of the jla or an other groups Interested of lhe boat is E i House had conferred with Governor j institution and rccom it known leading up to he ac 74 Lawson nvemic Pcnfield belli Newcomer J5 715 Aasper street Penneld Colonel J H Van Zandt 10Jl Larchmont nvenuc Penfield Pen Held WHS thrown into thc con fusion following the wreck Pricncin relatives of the commuters who they knew were on the train rushed to thc scene nnd Irnflic was tied up for two squares around The express train telescoped tha rcnr of the local car and heavy damage was wrought to each train Those who were seriously injured and the majority of those treated at and Ilhe bOilt exploded between 7 and 8 mclld to thc Legislature an additional i ccptancc of tho resignation had bccn uere in he rear car iiiin i 111111111 ami piedgea appropriation of for the Dei undertaken by Mr Best on his own of the Penficld local The residents their efforts to making better fellow ship a reality among all classes The crcw iook to tender jnlJ paitment of Forests nnd Waters in j initiative Continued on Twelve McCLURE COUNSEL CHESTER STUDENT ADDS TO ERROR LIST The Nether Providence School CT Board taking advantage of the gov Contmuefl on Page Twelve crimicnts ofer of for muiiici pal and public works last evening j voted 10 spend 550000 for an addi i creeds and race Coming to the hospital In 1932 as Ovcr the vigorous protests of Chet Milton lional wing to the high school build 1lUiN UK ing at Wallingforcl At a meeting In the hish C Woollcn of G13 West school which preceded the final de in this comimmitv I mcdlalcly he saidand for the next ithcir work Tinlcum township The i Com m tins commumu hourswcrt at lhemcriv nf original bill passed nt the last special t the successor to Mary A ColleU the sea session of the Legislature approprl superintendent Mr Best brought j Despite the mountainous waves and ated 540000 but the governor cut S10i witl1 n expert knowledge of r illu raging gale the four Japanese flom st before giving his approval j medical institutional unuingement L blUKiib were able to fight their way to shore i When the county nnd state in co1 which he had gained during a period 7XTiO m rrnLiEiiTno i Nonc wns seriously harmed ali operation complete this CWA project of years in thc Medical Corps of CiOUr 1 lo i though all suffered from exposure along the Darby Creek dikes it is Continued on Page Twelve Police today are hunting a burglar A Kcvcs Special Government prose was president of his cias He was Shimizu could not explain the exi hoped thai the Federal Government j Continue plosion i will undertake the permanent repair Tr of the dikes facing Delaware River i TRUCKS DAMAGED EXPLOSION FLARE For a hc residents of n np1VplC TTXTT7J 11T1M r large portion of Tmirum township Ulvi V UlNlrSJUKb AT PL RE OIL PLANT Mnwr Nofristqwn aiid Col legcvillc who were treated at thc Continued on Twclvs LINDBERGHS NEXT HOP ON THURSDAY in his appeal for a new trial PORT OP SPAIN Trinidad Dec Charles A LindbnU and Mrs Lindbergh will leave Trlni dad at daybreak tomorrow to fly northward on another Icij of their loug homeward journey rxcentioin cnnrii Dlivnrs of hvo lnlcks escaped in Their prospective vbute was nob SjwntancoiL combustion is believed ions The pS in n collision at Third and announced and the Colonel was and the lo have fawn the cause for an cxplo o ule Darby Crock dike will Ko a M usui1 earning his flight ship the victinisjof disastrous i i floods last spring and summer wit Thc new assignments of error based i r on exceptions to the George A Welsh to uv the total of such assignments to 1010 ns work ln Journalism by the Press o in he appeal proceedings Senator I Club After graduation he by fire in a sewer perpetrated by the same i pure Oil Company Marcus Hook this uoaeu Snctruni hr biTh AVnn lenditurcs at the present time i thefts were per The mass meeting had been called person as ffe same methods were moming unrt ir ib the tne purpose used at each store The thief used a Prior lo the breakin out of the ascertaining opinions as to the glass cutter cutting a hole almost a names about 1130 oclock the cvulo dins of another w ne on the hieh ftioh in lnc tilV SNOW PROBABLE IN THIS AREA S j when both vehicles were damaged nooa j Tho drivcls werc Raymond G Coh diff Seventysixth street and Island road Philadelphia who was going west on Third street nnd H Cohee of Fourteenth street and Kdgmont A j avenue this city j The only other automobile accident Ught snow Is passible here today reported to local police wns an un will be cloudy throughout Eastern avoidable one reported by B Levis plans Today the Lindberghs rested at the government house where last night Governor Sir Alfred Claud Hollis gave a small dinner in their honor num PHOGHAM A lively drill program of close order nnsylvnnla New Jersey Delaware Pyle 121 South avenue Media who i formations took place Maryland Snotv or rain is ex told police chut Robert Newton 7 of ftst evening when Company C llith riVnnnn T t SEvenu oincr minor explosions ocpected tomorrow with slowly rising i 55 West Eiijhlh street darted from j r dri Armory ibchlnd paiked llb sprovi KtroctsTlie The highest cmpernturn here at Eighth and Sproul streets decrees at 8 p m and the right lender of the vehicle brush drill included specialized instruction periods under the noncommissioned at 5 a m The ing the boy and knocking him down I in addition to work carried as 15 degrees below Pyc removed lhe youngster to his I the direction of Lieutenants date and 1G Decembe temperature for the1 rees below Pyc removed lhe youngster to his on o euenans 1G degrees home the child being more frightened I t pL nul pctcrson and Captain er 12 last than hurt Pcler Odd Fellows Temptc has been vised DEMOCRATS as a sub station for parcel post for j several years It was also announced by Mr Hagerty that it wns probable that the first of the extra men rei A meeting to organize the women of a great many more ncxt year Kc j dow were valued at about 80 riTi aso lolc the teachine conditions TO BE ORGANIZED in lhe overcrowded high building there being 27 cias ge was given officials of the Pure Oil Company in 1931 and CHURCH SODALITY quired to handle the Christmas mail Democrats will be held tomorrow urmlH In wnrt TIP vt ft o would be put to work next week HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press afternoon at 2 oclock at thc head quarters of the Roosevelt Club of Delaware County at 535 Market Continued nn Page Twelve U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Dec I OPPOSE LOWER MARKS SESSION TAX ASSESSMENT Sunrise today was at 7Tf a m and sunset will be at 136 p m Eastern time j KEYSTONE CfUB ELECTION OFFICERS CHOSEN Election of officers took place last night at the meeting of the Sodality of the Church of St Anthony of of Times City Hall Helen says the casiost way to get back on your feet is to get rid of your car Speaking about automobiles a news AT EPSOM DOWNS 1 Eighty Twenty Grand Champion Ajanalila n Gertrude Miss Snappy Hccla i Omlott 7 Weather clear rack fast Dewces M Shallcross a new mem Work on Big Cunard Liner Once i The county courts will be asked lo coilmgdalc board of education set aside lic rccent action of ue AT T PARK GLASGOW Doc of Clydcbnnk riveters and engineers Uclle Unislfc Lass Mop unemployed for two winters were in ulikit Josephine n Claret Dcma high spirits today for word had come privately from London that Will Take Rum Store Exams a number of nrasuc rated during a special nicctini of the I i growing out of the Delaware County School Directors I school dwtricla financial condition Association held last night in thc I 1 Mr Shallcross said mat tiun to i court houseat Media newspaper reports that the Collinsj A number of school boards were dale schools lacked rasa with whicn represented by one or more members to carry on he had made a deep nnfl SCVCral attorneys were presrnl study of the situation He sharply After n full discussion of the subject criticised thc manner in which thn and the loss in revenue the 20 per records had been kept citing the fact ccnt cut will mean to school budgets ago tnis Civil Service positions under thc lead lo disaster to proceed with legal action although Snow Cloud halted the construction V iUikc Brown Steven H Side Show Smoldering Kiiinhov lo lx restarted forthwith Dance boat Iady Cbilliowcc tavcn ij was just two years t Larty Lapidary Anrclion Christmas that thc Cunard Liiis Liquor Control Board that their ap At the same time he made it plain i n niimbeTr have given 11 of the piant I plications hav been accepted These that lie was in no manner Impugning sidcration nnyonc but that he Hcpresentntives of thc school boards is on Ihe system of Glenoldcn Darby Folcroft East Lancriownc Tinlcum township Nor j in board must wood Colwyn Middletown township ert Barney Scxlnnlofin Mill As 000000 currently U01CO000 had aii matcly 23000 other persons also have i provide the sum of for tho Springfield township Swarthmorr Iralihan Athens Sweel Tirtmss rmciv been sprju should procrrd sent out i operation of the vchools for thn bal nnd Upprr Chichester township rie Ambassador Preferred Either Neville Chamberlain chanceli More than 40 per cent of the prr nncc of the term S5fi32o of this dared that special meetings In thcir Oaten Ililsnmc Beauty Secret lor of the Exchequer or Walter Run sons fipplyinj for employmentarc amount being necessary for teachdistricts would probably be held before j fimnn prcsidnu of he board of seckins jobs is inick drivcre There ersr salariw inrluding SC297 for the end of tho week lo authorise ioin i trade will disclose in the House of RVC more than ljOOO applicants for back salaries His figures showed ing in the legnl action Commons Ih terms on which ihe i these places The next largest sroup i that theie would be a total deficit of Among the attorneys who spoke government will advance money for a total of 7200 desire employment as 554000 at the end of the term were Harold L Ervin Claude Smith I clerks in thn stores Liqu Spirited contests are cxpcctcd to j Padua Third street near Franklin mark the annual election to be held i street last night Those elected notc saSs lnc industry gives employ by the Keystone Club in the lobby were Miss Mary Damico president I lr three and a half million pco of Masonic Temple Ninth and Welsh i Mrs Julia Molla vice president Pc Aud thats not including cops and undertakers Efforts are being made to abolish the eagle as the American standard How about substituting the bull Theres n rumor that thc city will dispense with our street cleaners from the looks of the budget it seems the city fathers will have to make a clean sweep Two petticoats were stolen from R home in Darby Every museum in the country is under suspicion A great many animals laugh says a scientist And of course a great many people give them cause to Dixie Drydcn tells us that since thn war the boys have changed nearly all remote it was learned today their opinions except their opinion From authentic sources it was j of second looics understood that when the stale store Whisky in Pa Not Less Than Auslcrlilz IT Weather clear Iraek fast AT CHAKLESTOWN Khan Nay Nay Baby John Golden Vein Graybark n Terra Nova Noras Grace Water Lad Fusco liquor store i The chairman recommended that Howard M Lutz and Arthur L Rccscr Continued on Last Page managers and assistants is the g6al the chairman of every committee i All suggested that thc way to start j of 5700 study his particular department and i tho action is for one school district i COMPLETING DECORATIONS Examiners will supervise tests for findways and means of reducing ex lo file a bill in equity and then for Box Forest Faun approximately 8000 in Philadelphia penscs He suggested the resignation additional districts to join in thc suit A force of decorators this morning and 5003 in Pittsburgh of the present secretary Boyd M The officers of thc School Directors began thc work of placing additional i The University of Early Hour for New Year Tippling HARRISBURG Pa Dec House ot Representa tives adopted a resolution today giving hotels and restaurants the right to sell liquor for two hours New Years morning Representa tive Morton Witkln Philadelphia introduced thc resolution These establishments would be permitted to sell liquor in pack ages after midnight December 31 until 2 a m January 1 Liquor cannot be sold in any form De cember 31 Mncc it is Sunday The liquor control law provided that retail establishments could not sell package liquor after thc first of the year when the state liquor stores arc officially open The stores however will not open until January 2 because of the New Years holiday i TIARPJSBtmG Dec 1 Prospects of thc thirsty in Pennsyl vania purchasing bonded whisky at the state stores for S2 a quart are system opens January 2 the cheapest Theyve arrested a man here for whisky to be sold will not retail for selling liquor without a license This much under thc S2 a quart figure j will give hundreds of bootleggers a During the discussions early in laugh the special session of the General Assembly on liquor control IcsiMai Slllcc Connie Mack started to jell tion it was freely predicted that eoori nis stars the As fans have put tha old aged in Hiewood whisky would in baseball bo selling for a quart Rectified or blended brands would be retailed for less than that figure according to the forecasts The slate liquor control board is working on iUs price list of pnckage goods which will be on sar when the ing These prices will be made public The Weather i ritVn 11 vi vV uiBH ui mi university of Pennsylvania Lake because of his bookkeeping Association will mail to all school h1 ITEMS tarrnl colored electric lights in the will have charso of thc grading of j methods which he termed boards a copy of a suitable resolution r ton KInlid Happy Lope Axcnby Star Beckvillc tlons on the front of the office build 11000 examination papers The mini criticized the method of keep1 which if passed by the s ing of the Philadelphia Electric Com ber of papers to be graded by thc i ing records of bond issues asserted will authorize joining in pany Fifth street cast of Market other institutions arc University of tha cafeteria bills and piinline bills proceedings in the equity Helens j street Tho display when completed Pittsburgh 0300 Pnvnsyivnnin State contracted for by previous graduating in India Money Wild will he one of the most elaborate in College 7000 and Temple UniversityI Weather cloudy track fast the city 7300 Continued on 1agr Twelve FlKi AT HEADING Pa Dee by a high rind a fire of un 1 determined origin today destroyed a After finances had been discusseri combined drnp sore snd npartment i house here resulting in a loss esti Continued on Page Twelve nialed at within a short time it is understood i Agreement between the control j board and the distilling interests of the state whereby the threatened suit to fight the Sa gallon foor tax law is to be withdrawn will result In higher prices for svhisky Assur ance has been Riven however by state authorities thai despite this asiec mcnt whisky will be sold cheaper in the state stores than the prices pre VTASHINGTON Dee Pennsylvania Cloudy probably followed hy light snow to nithl anil Thursday not quite so cold tonight and in south and east portion Thursday Western Pennsylvania Cloudy followed by light snow tonight and Thursday Not so cold Thursday in cast and south portion Continuctl on Last Page TODAYS TKSIPEKATUKES fi a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a in U 11 a m 24 Noon 23 1 p m 30 2 p m S2 34 32 31   

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