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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              tTTHER ORPULL AND POLITICS NOTWITH STANDING FINAL EDITION With All and Newt of the Day 5STK 17774 Dixllv lMsfd Wire RcuorU or Unltecf Pros UP International News Service INS OllKSTUK PA THURSDAY DKCKMUKK M TWKNTYTWO IAGIOS PRICK TWO GKNTS CWA PROJECTS PROVIDE WORK FOR 3700 MEN ICE COVERED STREETS CAUSE TRAFFIC TIEUP Severest Sleet in Many Years Presents Serious Hazards County Administrator Is Gratified With Action in County Districts Discouraged Howevc r i Death of Ogdcn Resident W i i h S1 o Progress i Attributed to Fall Many Made hv Citv Authorities AS FLOOD WATERS ROLLED IN WESTERN WASHINGTON iSOCIAL B 11 L S REHABILITATION JL X IUAII DV urAVCinui k x J k m mi IVTV r A r Minor Accidents With a record of seventy Civil Works Administration projects for Delaware county approved and many One man is dead and many injured in and minor automo bile accidents last night nnd this of them in the process of completion morning as the result of one of the Dr Charles A Ernst yesterday at his i worst sleet storms ever recorded in office in the Croxcr building expressed this area himself as well satisfied with the prog The warm rays of the forenoon sun ress of the execution of the Civil made the ice disappear in most sec Works machinery in this county j lions although some shaded iide Records of the office show that on i were slin slippery early this the projects already begun a total of afternoon 3700 men have been provided with Harry Recms a resident of Ogdtn work Tha individual records of these i ns tne 17S1 of R hiut men H investigated would bear ample Jo lowing a fall on an icecovered testimony to the need for the sidewalk on Market street between lation which sent them again into the ancl streets Marcus ranks of workers Some of course have onlv been out of work for a few j Hospital attaches towing cars monthsbut others have wrecking crews and police spent a mcnt records running into one two i hectic night aiding victims ot the and three vears and one the storm ors engaged on a city CWA project A light drizzle which started 10 had been unemployed for four years fa shortly after 3 p in froze as and had thc responsibility during i soon as it struck earth and in a those long worrisome years of seeing short time the roads and streets of that a family of seven was provided countryside were glazed with ice for All the records run to the same which sent automobiles careening tune of many months of waiting and crazily into ditches poles and curl f hoping and on thc scene of some of j stones the projects the expressions of content Probably the most pathetic sight is in itself a wonderful sight and one j on the streets was tha plight of milk which speaks hope lor the return of l and bread wagon drivers Caught better times i unawares the drivers sought a haven Of all the county jobs which have horses who were unable and fell repeatedly FALL BY WAYSIDE IN LEGISLATURE Haiti or snow Is predictrd toilny In Ivislern IoniiHylviinin New Jersey Delawiuv mid Maryland It will br partly Iloudy tomorrow with not much change hi Tlie highest here Question Discussed ai Pub OF COUNTY COP IS CONSIDERED Thr House Defeats Five of Iin chot Measures Others j venue of wus eleven ieVi1cs beiow JMoctintr Held in Up normal for tintlatc niui ten doureos per Irovulencc Hack to Committee Senate Not grcc below llir iivoraue Oocrmbor last year Maximum tiiniiinidirc for thei dale is ir established in 1923 and i 111 btOSSlOli i minimum It In i Sunrise lodtiy was nt n m niul Death loll it sunset will bi at p m KtmuUiril Time Acts Seen There1 White Ouster In Committee Ia Dec 14 PiThe House of UepieKenta livis today to send n ITSO Itillon demanding II resignation of Kiiffiiie I1 cltlel ilirk to i he Rules GoiiiinHtce Iho vote VVllS lJ5 tO flt Itcprewnlutivo J J Qulnii Al Uiihiny UiMiunTUl sponsor of tin1 ivsnlution ilemiuidcd the roll on the move which prormMy will lie tin liui heardof the resolution this session Quiiiu desired lo ol iiiln H vote on the resolution Im iiHdiiitcly White who viis found gullly In Ihilndclphm two weeks on rhni4KPs of vlolntliiK thf prdhlbl tlou laws reiiuistid and received Monday night a loavn of absence without until the next sisslon of the Koon uttertits leave wus granted Quinn Inlro ducid his resolution which would declare the position vacant If White did not rcsittn imincdiutely SERVICE CLUBS HOSTSTOPMC WONDER TEAM I Speakers Openly Declare f o r N e w Leadership Ideas Are Football Players luests at Hanqiiel at Chester Chili UlsciiwUoii of the need of v iivtiiiH Ihe Republican pnrty in Dcla wan county took place publicly for probubly the thst llnje yesterday whrn u group of men and women Raiherod in the home of Henry W SlokcK on Providence road Upper Provldoneo township New leadership It required for the Republican paity it was openly de clared by several speakers There wiis no set program for the meeting and ii was simply it netting logclhrr of Ropublicuns to express and ex chance iclins according lo lhc hosts slaliinent I raised for Attention Ati About SO persons succeeded in ICRO 1 ilintiiifj the icy romls to attend thn U kHy DV oleri mwliiiK though Mr SUikes said he j hud tilejihonn calls from many others who were unable to not IhnniKh Im sleet storm Most of I hose present Pcrformaiucs Tea hounds In the colleuc life i from Upper irovidonce Mirplfi and Ncwlown townships of America who devote themselves CotiKrossinsm lowbir Stokes n only to social life ami their cousin of the hasl called attention cinwroom obliKiiiions without learnto important elections next Intit of ihinirivft lo i heir rol liu icliidliiB Die places of congress i re anc i hmni In tl n Id of r of IfSlslnturc U S U I S I i f Hie Rcpub moll1 S been started the largestinpoint of set foot hold men put to work and possibly also driven to some point ff Icl of he am hy one hc wofst Boods in material expenditures is a re iienLi ccnDy begun sewer installation proj morning many rct in the Upper Darby section of Uie I plders were without their eiaiiy sup countv the administrator j PJiP mllk ailu bread as the result has repeatedly brought out the fact ol lne storm conditions nnd few ai Ihat the entire task need not be on toniobiles were noticed on ihe streets loo laree a scale so long as it will j outlying roads until after sunup 1 Automobile accessory stores did provide work for a group of mcnj The majority of ihe projects which are now under way provide for work land office business hundreds of car owners purchasing chainsand ins stcn in 0 years is ibis photo llir wreckage le Pacific llisuvuy near Tacoma ilelirts strewn nn tbc surging waters nf tin ruyallup of tho overflow of rivers from rnnlimietl rairir two known lo luivr perished hundreds were made homeless and millions of dollars worlli of property 1T A R1 CIVIL WORKS PUOIKCT rLARL AT PROSPECT PARK HARfUSBURG Pii Dei social legislation has poke befiun lo all by the wayside in the extiaoirUniiry session of lhc Pennsyl vania General Assembly which svill The Semite udjournid for the nearly two mirencbment should jmn of MIL mnuumUy at this he Choster Club 1 Welsh street uuvo I o honor to the P M C 10M lmti mlllloils Ilow splU on hihwnv ball m a tosllmoniul dinner iir uul to Vpai s UstalL of its henvv tax btirdrn I of groups of from 50 to 100 men There j equipment to aid them in reaching arc numbers of projects with 20 or lew men employed Thus of an earlier day in the development of the nation could see something of ihe homes LS service both in this in y interrupted and t roller serv OVER LIQUOR TAX itfflsi IN CONGRESS BILL At the monthly meeting of Pros pect Pnric Council held last nihl approval was given a Civil Works program of highway improvements as recommended by thc highway com mittee ancl tne borough engineer AGREEMENTTOFIX DOLLAR ROUSES A bill providing for Peimsylviuiius I N I I A T T A M I V T V nuifilai011 lf lhu Feileral Child 1 1 kj 1 kj i Iabor AniendmenL wus passed on third reading by 11 vote of lo 0 Ii will be sent to theSenate lor inu collrwe football Colonel Hyiut exi sonts plained that nihKUcs ot a truly uiiy ocly building nature can j j 1 briefly slCMnnied tostand the trials of West Pliilaclelphla district at sketched the history of from the time William origin of the Republican The great sewer trenches are dug with pick nnd shovel and even thc Inc Chester and tvr Hvov A survevors stakes are cut with a hand Batimore pikes was tied up particu AW ay UVCl Amount the prop ih I council passed on final reading a I Po rigid street opsnins ordinance o Thniinc Qlvc i0l JJC nCil Minhninnoh inHnprt nf ihnEOCIl HlOIlUlS O1 S provcment projects in public parks and such projects have taken the lead i00 Ea5t of iVonon avenue io stniui uic vr a is o nl t t d by a r v life Ho sulvotivlcd intensive ciru mjfS Near End A number of unimproved streets Cold PllCC Reported whc Sslfture rccon th iic kc ilcvanlniC ot tho M TT arc to be graded and treated with a I venes at 3 a m Monday i Mathucs foimer U S e c m e t i t LVJ IJt 11L1U L i HI lllLll 11 j flltl 1 1 TT j nt I a r i top dressing of cinders provided the Ill 10l by U Proposed constiiulioniil niuenclj Civil Works project is approved by i tin monts Ptiinlttlng ihe state cities i 311111 I the proper authorities j land I1 1SUICC I counties and townships lo make pay r T Jrill lie luiunucs iOimol U o brief years of development j Murshnl niwlformer chairman of tha j munis for iige assistance and mothers i rxi ir 110 assistance were approved in the jl L Ulirjivli MO HUl i Jlepubllcan Countv Committee said rCMlifi Inul been on tne sidelines politi in this counly and its cominunllies last evening about a with sewer and street construction i Shortly afterwards auto running close seconds Chester Projects Dr Ernst has spoken in a rather discouraged manner concerning the in this city He said that of thc few projects submitted here only j Department had a force of men out three were found suitable by the j in several sections of the county i whereby theborough inrlcnd of the i Session OncnS Licenses contractorsrvall in future rcpave all cusiuii broken of tho highways in Penna Rise WASHINGTON Dec snarls that has been witnessed in j Controversies over liquor tax legislai Park lake inathSi Chicles figuring Uon proportions today The Pennsylvania StateHighway hearings nearcd j tors were where excavations have been made Council also passed finally ah oral UIOCS House An unsuccessful ofVorl was f i r T made to eliminate the mothers us Hi Combine lor LcglSKtstance provisions from one or the i Vn t pi j amendments ST JOHN Antigus Island Dec 14 Mathucs declared nnd if it is to be laiiOIl vVgainbt 1 IfUl For the first time in Iwodociules Charles A purged and rehabilitated Republican the lower body voted that a bill btigh and Mrs Lindbergh flying jwomen must play a more important j cully but binmetlsome of the trouble of the party on Us failure to give FOR PUKRTO plWS Lo the The party Is without leadership ProFpcct WASHINGTON on Us calendar wns iincpnstliulipnal irotn Trinidad to Sim Juan Puerto j pnrt Reports of a tripartite ngrcemcnt be1 nnd final action could hot tje taken Rico passed two miles west of MonU nt HIP msotinp TS tween Englnnci Prance and the j II was sponsored by Rep Darlington serrat Island northwest of Gimdu p Ilip mpmhnrq elert nfroiinUnircd Slates for stabilization nf the j Hoopes Berks county Socialist and loupe at 1J25 a m Enstern Standard a e who have the spreading sand and cinders onThe the liquor revenue bill will final say regarding the projects He hills in order to permit automobiles beuady whe convenes was in no wise discouraged by the I to move I riBrTfch1 as congresionai joinc neanngs nearea chiHes i i American dollar at the present gold todn t conclusion that House Ways am i ci Charles Foisberg Cliai SI ounce today j Conllnned on Fifteen j 450 miles Means Committee members indicated William Higertj n n a isorman ihrmu nf a rnnmpis bin villAbrams and Burgesselect A H nesn tntcatn 01 a uongies oii fc stoiial battle over cuireiicv expansion i LUVjAlj Ai i IjlUAlN 1o time today They had covered about was in no wise dscouraed rejection of some of the he feels cnougl ties offered as to the siie of a honor tax Consider Ridley Park employes of the RRFUSBD LICENSES on their A fit intn th He said tlvit skidded from the concrete highways litinto in amu iiLii Cither of thp tiirtc Thsss aisputcs will flare up as the the approximate total of men to bo ju UI ine UICKS r employed on the three local projects j Coming as it did at the cl faVriaLriSrSas0 In the face of treasury denials ruI mars persbtcti thnt the Engi land thc Bank of France nnd the j Federal Reserve Board had agreed Two oca npUcanls for licenses to to stabilise exchange at tlic latest seH vhisky vvincs wcre refusal bv the State Liquor Control Board b and PORT OF SPAIN Trinidad Dec Heading for Puerto Rico wantn fine person to run the organization and I for one would like to work for 1 decent organiza tion nnd still be a Republican snid Mrs Ives of Lansdowne I am not an Independent though I do not ap prove of the way things have been going in our parly she said Mrs r way nome coionei onaiies Ivcs attention to the election IbetBh and Mrs Lindbergh r of womcll to plnces in he borough oil Irom Port of Spain at 133 councils ot Lansdowne and Swarth American ftold price This price has b thc gtUc Ljquolcontrol I been mninininrd for 11 days by lhc ut Harrlsburg ycstcrdnv Reconstruction Finance Corporation Thev were Earl C Wright thC Garden the no was lu uutiLaio TI CTJ a m UJSTi today Thc Lindberghs did not defin itely announce their destination at the time oftilth depnrtiire but it was anticipiitcd they would either stop at San Junii Puerto Rico or men was returned to thc labor field Tills project the major undertaking here is the installation of a street Eswer in a large section of undevc1 it I automobiles in garages or on the i revenues was secondary Re streets overnight or take a chancelenllon of tne S110 whisky getting horns safely 40 Thc S3401 Snritirnnilv WTS ot in lc clisPUch circle the city in their flight incutentaiii was Mh west End Rnnt Cub one of c i nnini Continufd on Past Tiflccn V S TKKASUKV BALANCE WASHINGTON Dec i Thc treasury net balnncc for DC Bride WhoSC ElopOniCnl San Juan lies approximately 750 cember 12 was Sl01241263040 Mis Father Ogden tan nits Harry Reems of Ogden fell to the urged sidewalk on Market j tax continuance of presrnt hign im The modern ideas of the new gen j port levies on wine and an easing oration of gypsies clashed in Court 1 of the tax burden on 32 bier i nt Media yerlerdny the ceni turiesold customs of thslr parents betveen Chairman Harrison of the Snaic and after a lengthy trial youth the oldest social clubs In thc cily nmtii nf Pmi nf Snrtii Pnrnpll n prirlllt llrll pvtlfrl TT1 llllILh liuivii ui l Ul i ut i uornei agnciiiiurai cxperi is an us licenses yesterday I unofficial monetary adviser to the No anOunccmcnt bas yet been SAN JUAN Puerto Rico Dec 14 Roosevelt administration This was revealed to a group of v j0 Senators recently by Jesse H Opincti On January 2 Sinrin Pon of Spain today have accepted cellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were Cus been SAN JUAN Puerto Rico Dec 14 ton receipts for the month through made is LO the location of the two Cluirles A Iind Dec 12 were state liciuor stores which will be bergh and Mrs Lindbergh who let Brunei only licenscd wiiolcsali litiuor the Invitation of uctlnc Oovernor Cniiliniiccl nn I age Iiflrcn this county who has hisHorton to remain overnight at tiv1 Xopacs of Tames Tenth and Eleventh streets Mirrns Finance Committee nnd Chairman emerged tnumpaani Gus eore all U SGOLT PRICE tfXCHAXGED shortly after 11 oclock night and was carried restaurant by police Wavs anci Gus George alleged king of the CL ii oiiuih locii1 Doughton of Hoiis rried into q nparhv Means Committee support gypsy iribs encamped near Eddystonc ice whn ralipri hp in Principle for the proposal sharing instituted habeas corpus prociedniiz i ior revenues with states which refrain i to secure th return of hispretty THIEF TOOK RADIO on newly mined American gold at an ounce unchanged for the past 11 days The London price to day was 126 shillings 1 penny un changed from yesterday On the baMs of the opening exchange rate for the pound sterling S504U this was equivalent lo S3179 a fine ounce The dollar remained at 6078 cents HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Truss Continufd on Twentyone IMPORTANT SESSION difficult one to mould into workable marrying the man she loved A thief with taste for stole a radio receiving set from a store on the southeast corner of Thiid Governors place and Market streets has put in a bid io the state to lense his store Today ICR STORlM I5ALKS he received a reply from state ru ficialR informlnp him that bis oITr music xv JE Rvcn due consideration It is thought that one of the stores will or Fourth A courthousestatistician dopes it out thnt wives get 65 per cent ot thc divorces It may be noted also JMKK TAXPAYERS Uey set lOO per cent of tha alimony I Notwithstanding ihe fact Hint j A European visitor to thiscountry one hundred Glcnolden says America is a fools paradise denls braved the ice and sleet last Maybe thats Continued on ruvir1 TAFTXirTT CIVIC COUNCIL I IV II iritoi in xviiirli yesterday afternoon according to n L aiid feWnaplng vMh tlVe police departi point m the Ienth or Eleventh tn a mectint nt Ihe I rciiow Voronw were hurled Judge W Roger American Legion Hall Glen venue here dismissed thc writ and ordered llle Vichli19f UAC T I i GlcnoUlen for i he purpose of oisru tha votiihful bride to stay with her Colbridg f 3022 North Fifteenth There will be a meeting of the I Civic Council in Council i Chambers City Hall at 730 oclock tonight and itis important that all CHRISTMAS FUND equally vouthful huband Mark M street Philadelplva employed by a Stevens also a sv wholesale radio dealer made sovorw According to the testimony Dorothy nt raciio stores in this city but i fell in love with Stevens and knowing discover his loss until ne i that he did not have enough money stopped at a store in the Tenth ward I to buy her in accordance with gypsy I Colbricigc told defectives that ho LARGE AUDIENCE ENJOYS COMEDY a local branch of the Taxpayers I League it was deemed best io post until pone action in oiganizini Thursday evening January 4 as the thought of the committee was hat interested presume that those who live in nudist colonies always feel In the nude for work maiiv who were vitally AT CHARLES TOWN ing the poor children of this city happy will be the dance in the Ches ter Armory tomorrow night given by The Christmas Fund still needs 1My Kind Tnano BroompUil Tody the combhiedveterkiis Associations considerate aid from the Chester Slar Queen of Chester Final plans for this affair j f Gai Daisy Buck Bcckville Kinlad Crasher Weather clear track fast AT KPSOM STENOGRAPHER 11 DIE AS TRAIN NAMED IN SUIT HITS SCHOOL BUS Theatre and the Chester Civic Council mem bers report that at thc present rate of return the quota will not b j reached I The Chester Civic Council is a group of representatives from all social fraternal patriotic nnd civic The Civil Works Administration i organizations in the city They are has approved a street grading project representative citizens and are as of weather conditions An informal meeting wis hrld with H V Strickland pre siding durinp which there an open on tax mattris jin1 i ticipatcci in bv several residents io be produced by the pupis of the Mo an n j0 W0mcn wore Hrncd ev Junior Hiuh school Thn Colonel Jeems says thc fact that r in an owns an automobile is no were prevented from aUcndiiiK Uie has money U merely shows meeting on account of thc llc oncc had money weather i Sponkers from out of town In cludinn James L Rankin of Chester who wore to have been preAen1 wr excused from attendance on account A saxophone player in Chicago An enthusiastic audience of more eiitht hundred persons turned out last evening despite thc difliciilt traveling cbnaitions for the first complete musical comedy show ever Tlie average bricklayer can lay 2000 Go out and read fhi to 65 GIVEN JOBS ON NORWOOD HIGHWAYS I Smidley Junior Hifih school The i these in attendance at Wife of Her Kmnlover Driver Moves on Tracks in production show Boatlilus c was a direct takeoff from the Seeks 850000 for AllCIUl 01 Lars 111 staKe Miccess nmt motion picluro OF TRA VT rt j TII i n fcvv seasons with tion of His Aftcdions ISear resent City Ma iy Harry w Nauiiy who wrote anci i SERIC A couple in New Jersey who had triplets havejuu been blessed with twins In other words they have ai j full house i A IN Mrs Pauline C Gushing 2G of Pladdonficid N J yesterday filed directed the production CRESCENT CITY Tla Dec I the opening scene the parl of i Captain John of the Show Boatwas least il school children See where John D Rockfeller rc 1 cently gave a childrens party Bet a good dime was had by all RIOUo T i If a man makes a little money I poker hes called a gambler Waller Miles 50 of Garrett Hill if he makes a little outguessing Wall portrayed by Abraham Opptiheim natlnor township motorman of the street hes a miracle man in Norwood and wort on the improvei sinning the role of leaders in AT JEFFERSON PARK FEAST IS OBSERVED 1 GrnT Roy Dark Sister Dura Orrlinrrt Ijltner DcmacoKue los rsphinc Smart Ladv Popo Mc Carthv Monnic Moselle Vnunp Bill Black Last Stand Dark December 2o Many of those leaders of the dies Thn complaint in lhc New Firrht students were killed almost in trude Morgan Alethine Frank Hob suffered a heart attack after ceiviiift treatmnnt for his injuries and The Weather Alonf Losinp Mary Lucky Briglil rcnny Fire Neck Fabulous I Miller Quiet Chat Business of Sunny Bob Annetc transacted at a R Quando Ormontime Isck End Democratic Mnrphy Bltrk riasli Cara Donnis i Georges Hall Sanely My Betty Highland rlreets tomorrow Flinir rrsce Dovr Andy Sure Dcfmond count president of the organisation clear iraclc fast I preside the church by the pas Continued on Fatrc Fifteen Ambulances and rlortovs were sent Conliniicrl en Pac Fificcn from Palatka and Dcland i atrefts Sunday rvcnins Continued on Page Fifteen will be From Prison to Pulpit ASH1NGTON Dec Partly cloudy tonight y and not quite so cold or snow in late after hl PartlT ucly not snow iu 31 3S 33 38 10 a m 32   

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