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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TRAINING TOR THE SPRING BOUTS SKme FINAL EDITION With All Latett and Best News of the Day 68TH 17775 Dallv Leased Wlic Kvuorts cf United Ircts UP and liiteniRUoiint ttcws Service 1NSI C11KSTKU PA FRIDAY UKCKAIIlliU 15 TNVKNTVFOUR 1AGKS PRICK TWO GENTS JURISTS RULING RAISES QUESTION IN RUM RING CASE SPITE CHARGES IN RAID CASE ARE BLASTED FOUND DEAD Federal Court of Appeals in San Francisco Renders Decision That Repeal of Volstead Act Prevents Courts Proceeding in Liquor Case That Has Not Final Judgment Bearing on Conviction of 71 Delaware County Residents Discussed by Based on Conspiracy and Not for Violation of Liquor Law Is Contention of Prosecution Adherents Testimony by Federal Agent Upholds Action of Countv Detectives 1 Court Announces Intention to Revoke Restaurant Proprietors License The question as to thc legal effect of the repeal of thc 18th Amendment upon the conviction of Stale Senator John J McClure nnd his 10 county co defendants is almost certain to be raised in Philadelphia Federal Court i it was indicated today following thc language of a decision handed down yesterday by the Circuit Court of Appeals of the 9th District at San Francisco That court in receipt of an appeal jy a citizen from a District Court conviction of violation of the Volstead act announced that the enactment of the 21st Amendment and the era sure of the Volstead act from the statutes automatically prevented a court from proceeding further in a liquor case which still had not reached final judgement It was freely admitted in Philadel phia and Delaware county legal circles that the exact effect of this decision upon the McClure case is moot Neither Chet A Kcyes the special assistant to thc U S Attorney Gen eral who prosecuted the case nor any of the McClure defense counsel would discuss it i Prominent attorneys equally i reluctant to voice formal opinions i due to the fact that the exact situa tion has no precedent in thc legal literature From various sources however one body of opinion privately expressed belief that thc decision would not affect nor set aside McClurcs convic tion nor that of his codefendants because of the fact that they were in dicted arraigned tried and convicted not of violation but of conspiracy to violate the National Prohibition Act Violation is a substantive offense it was argued whereas conspiracy FREED TO DIE Insinuations Hint county detectives staged a spite raid against a boot legger who was a government witness in the recent Federal trial of DO county defendants were blasted yes terday when a Federal agent ap i peared in Judge W Fronelields courtroom and staled that the flllega tions were without foundation The rumors arose during proceed ings instituted by the Commonwealth to revoki the beer license of Nick CuMaman restaurant proprietor at 1019 Market street Hook a government witness in the Federal probe conducted by Chet Kcyes LOCAL OFFICIALSMORGENTHAUMS SECOND SLEET STORM SLOWS TARDY REGARDING PLAN FOR CHANGE CWA PROJECTSIN INCOME TAXES County Municipalities Pro Secretary UejedsSoaU he vide Work for Hundred Men Several Rich Theory Croups Idea Kiddles This City Boasts of Three Seeks to Minor Projects Federal ICxeculivos Comment Man You1d Slocks Jains Voted Salaried ItlCllAKI J GIKNDON IK After search of days be body of Kithard 1 Glendon Jr famous roach of Columbia University criw was dangling n challenijin found a feumiles from his home in Federal repmployment woik coupled with the Civil Works Admin istration In this county is doins n i sreat servier fur the unemployed of i the area Uthoimh all hose oUicinlly i connected with both branches of the j administration led that there has i i been nculict upon the part ot the ollicials of tliis city to make 1 oils ollort lo cooperate with the eminent in its ellorls to place jobs at Ihe of thuse who wish li The government Is literally ullor In the WASHINGTON Dec 15 UrnhiK revision of income tax laws but rejeetinfi the soak the rich uieory Aetiim Sncrclnry of the Treas uiv Alnrgciithiiii today riddled the proposed sweeping revision advanced by the House Ways and Means sxili commiltee recommended lion ID stop the loopholes which permitted the rich lo taxes liul warned ContntWi ntalnst penulif Tho reasuiy he disclusMl mu recommend a fnrrcnchinK lux pro i South Chatham Mass lie was last After county detectives raided Cm n hp cU lr Rc iuk hunting zarnans place and found liquor in Yoiinsr Dirk bad brin an adjoining yard and his j reconciled with his wife wife went to the Federal authorities and said that the raid was an attempt to intimidate them from testifying Federal agents were assigned lo in vestigate the case thoroughly and after several of painstaking in vestigation in which District Attor ney MatCarter county detectives ard others were questioned Cuzzamans charges were found lo be unfounded When Waiter Martin Department of Justice agent appeared in Court vesterday and made his statement Judge Fronefield declared Many of j Representative these bootleggers who were witnesses in the Federal case run to the Fed eral officials to protect them when local authorities raid them I know of several cases where this happened WHISKY TRUST SEEN GRABBING BLEND PROFITS U LOlUlor an proportion with the remainder of his county is thus far almost negligible In expressing his desire to do every thing humanly possible to bring otll cials of Chester to a of their duty to the unemployed of the city Edward E White who is in charge of the Federal Reemployment here and throughout Delaware county j madn the following statement today I It is gratifying to myself and my j staff and others interested in our task i here to note Ihe response throughout the county to the oilers of the governj input administration As head of the Chester office located in a city where iS till This program be indicated may cull fin abolition of some present tuxes ami Ihe substitution of new levies The Ways litul Menus subcommit lee recommendations estimated lo pave a yeiir were said bv Treasury experts to be overestimated conimended by the estimated would ury lo S100UOO000 a year A sweepus change suiiursied by Moriituhau which was rejected by lhc House Committee would require DOWN TRAFFIC Uain Karly This Morning Freezes Adding to Haz ards ol Earlier Storm 11 AWMJSTINO SANDING N YSees Half Billion 5how lhil hcrc Uu fewest mimhfM of un nusbands and wives to file single In gitattst mimlici ot un CQmc nUlnls Morgcnlhnn eit he yield would he Dollars Absorbed employed persons hi the county my records show that here the fewest number of men have been employed1 Automobile Mishaps Reported Several Per sons Injured in Kails Trallliwas a Rain slowed down o a iiiiutlj pacf this morning when an other sleet storm similar o ol Insl Wednesday visited this sec tion The streets which were practically clenred of Ice lust night were again covered thin morning making motor Ing dangerous and causing hundrcd1 ol persons to be lulo reporting to their places ot employment Bakery and diiiry concerns who deliver their products by horse and j wagon were prepared for the em ergency and only slight deliiys In 1 deliveries such as were experienced yesterday morning resulted The storm again resulted in series uf automobile accidents al though no fnUl crushes were re corded lit a late hour this morninc Sidewalks were strewn with ushei and sawdust and clly employes spread sand at street Intersect ions and cross lugs Most of he Irolley iind bus linen were operating but cars and buses on many routes were behind schedule In some sections of Ihe county bus lines abandoned their trips due lo the Iviznrd Several schools deplarrd holiday as it wns impossible for and I also know of a Chester man a defendant in the Federal trial who i kept his hotel wide open while the trial was on t Distrcit Attorney MacCarter stilted that the Cuzzamaii prosecution wns i just another case to him nnd dc i clared that he never heard of the ays 50 to 90 Per Cent in Hands of Manipulators Complaints Received people until Judge MacDadc sent me The a complaint against the u and asked me to investisate it I did lah so and the arrests resuitcd blended whiskies in the WASHINGTON Dec whisky trust is prepared 5500000000 in profits from next six ftU iliiu lliu ilinjaia f After the complaint was received months Rep OConnor Dem N i John Cluney an operator for the Ferry chargcd today j Detective Agency was sent to Cuzzaj Tncy aro out r01that profit and the the verminill IIcre is tin Seiior at of uv other center of population in t Tlle change was proposed spccifiI Niquliiiilinmo lie i he coiintv and thanui many caly because of the case of Chnrles Mill wiars i Hell oC curings I vcrv minor muilicipnlities i f lhM I place the blame for this condition National City Hank of New ork who T m rO T i ion the fact that Chester has not re was acquitted alter being ind eled on I I M I V V I A Nil isponded in the same wholehearted i a charge of evading taxes Unxnigh IjlLWJ 1U manner as have the other places in j sls lo llls ftl Delaware county in taking advantage i ll would also hit thc eight com of the olfer of the Bovcrn property stales the west mfni to jiatx thousands of needy un where husbands and wives can divide red to i nmploved persons to work on projects income and thus avoid higher sur fnmhere in Chester taxes Morgenthiui to losses to the government in Call continuine his analysis of the do ay in ocai to the entire fomia a cominunily iiroporly State Spirit of hc net set up to return men lo jobs Mr White said It occurs to e that the responsible citizens ol Morifcnlhau also urged Congress to lighten the tax burden un earned in come to protect lhc salaried man No Imijjvr is It Gemrat Siimllno tiitbhss NlriiriiKiuin relirt anil thr t S fllnrlncs who trnrkcil Ivlm IbrotiKh be jiiiiRles is Seiuir AiiRiistlno Cesar Sanilino respecled riimher whose rivir farm project llu supiiort of Die some MUdcnts lo reiicll their place of study A heavy pall overhung Ihe city this morning and it was necessary for business houses banking institutions and olhces to have lights burning throughout the morning Cloudy nnd warmer wilh rain or snow is predicted lor today with 1 cloudy and warmer weather tomor row j In Marcus Hook an nutoinobiln i driven by Howard Boyd uf 018 Mnr PcdlO Ic Ma krt street skidded on the Post road swung in front of the gates fit Viscose Company and was then struck by a shifting locomotive Thn TUL I 1 T ClJ 1 coris Dominican Ropub vt L lie 835 Ml From Miami j cur of the coupe type wns nearly demolished by thc impact but Boyd Continued on Iagc Txvciilytwo buying up all they can of 40000000 gallons of liquor in Chester should make every eflort to earning under i year Credit take advantage of the Government offer or to see that others are made for earned Income formerly al lowed but wns eliminated in the IDtJ miniciin Republic Dec accident occurred at about 545 a in MARCH IMLASKt HEALTH OFFICIALS hands of the illicit industry OCon to do so in order that the opportuni lo the thousands of loyal Sbcnandoah Pa Detained for nearly a year in jail lo protect her from underworld ven even thouih based in IhrTMcOmre j Rcancc after she bad in case on a liquor offense is a disi sanff killing Margie tinctly different charge i The other opinion was that sub stanttvc or not the prosecution of the Delaware county rum graft cont uecn spiracy arose directly from the proI visions of the Volstead statute and that men cotild not be convicted in the final analysis of violation of n law which no longer exists Whatever interpretation may be j placed upon thc decision itis still a fact that thc Circuit Court of Ap psals of thc Third District wl will hear argument in on the McChire appcaLin March is i card until after January 1 AN nora House wet warned 0connov who asserted at a liquor i tax hearing vesterday that the Trust j will be i is sitting pretty in Washington j 1 followed uphis sweeping attack with been i a piel for public boycott of 0x101 Chestcrites who deserve some consid today ambulance of the Marcus Hook Tirc Company No 1 was summontd The voles from the grave passe after tomorrow Robert Slim Jones has also known as Marian Smith was strangled In ileath in a New York Q f f c b health apartment two ivncks after she bail r TT i k M released Her home was in days methods continue Rep Cochran ican Airways station here it j by MrcuS ifoolc nliic early Ihw mornlngV toreinovc Dominicl Siiviez West Second street this city officials of Upper Darby Jones i Hetook a siirorlse stand for a re buried himself in Fcnuvood cemetery I turn to prohibition ifjircsent repeal as a moneymaking stunt G7 ago Now he is 25 jxiunds lighter than i Dem Mo also warned that the when he was buried has a bad cold j public may put back the prohibi City Blames Law For CWA Projects Delay Remedy Soon Col Cluirles A Lindbergh and Mrs Other sweeping chunks nryed by Lindbergh landed ut the PnnAmei the Hovise SubComnutlcc which had alarmed business and which Morgcnthau rejected included abolii a m ESTi today after a night from tion of consolidated returns a flat San Juan Puerto Rico i limitation depreciation nndn dei From this point the noted Amerto the Chislcr Hospital after he had nial of partnership losses against an ican fliers were within striking disj sustained Injuries in r fall on ice individual tnncu of United States j covered sidewalk Sinicx was treated tnklnc direct issue The air tlistance to Miami is only 835 for a wrenched back nnd minor lac initial uni i in Uin eiuisint rancre i Conltnuccl on Paste Twentytwo akin direct issue wih the soak the rich bloc in Con miles well within the cruising range j press declared that abolition of their big ship Uolidatcd returns on companies with Following the customary course of j and cari no longer eat DURING HOLIDAYS 1 Members of the Board of Health i visited the grave yesterday and tion amendment unless liquor in terests bring down prices City Engineer Fred Harlvigson this j morning slated the Chester Park jj 4 lllUi juti nxi 1 TT 1 m T Between 75 and no per cent 01 civil Works project will last about 40 XiM A O DKiCOKA I J UiN after talking to Jones through a i the whisky industry is controlled by days or be completed about February The onehour parking law in this tube the surface lo him j the trust OConnor said Foreign labor is furnished by the citv was today thrown into the dis ordered him to come up no Inter j interests also have a big stake in it t but the city has to furnish the reed He will j One Canadian company is furnishing materials Shoppers Continued on 1age Twentytwo CLOUWTVVARMER RAIN OR SNOW fc for two hours in the central zone on orders issued IJTI o rimi morning by Mayor WilliamWardJr i HA V UKU The mayor issued the order to thc traffic division but stressed the point the order doss not apply to store owners or their employes He asks i for thc cooperation of all store own ers in complying with the law point ing out that it is being done for the than tomorrow He agreed be taken to Delaware County funds for a huse plant at Ieana Hospital 111 working through a subsidiary the PunAmerican Airways however j g GO PRICE CmiUmiciUnliipre Twentytwo the Ltiidbcrphs would fly to Haiti InrfMC 4 rp eo I m thonce to Havana and so across the REMAINS A I lMOl irrow Miilf to Florida Col Lindbergh was known to have not only for Santo Domingo RIZES OFFERED but for Miami and it was WASHINGTON Dec Thc government today fixed its an less5 uerce ni that he would eHminaio on Newly mined gold at a SWA i Tho mcnof Havana ICR of the tlight thus ounce ncnniiged since Dec 1 which is paid by the CWA It explained today tha i The profits will go to foreign stock dciny jn getting started was due holders Mo tile Inw which compels city nu Thc distillers code authority to advertise for 21 days for Lansdownc have combined in promot at least onu day uf the return ing outdoor Christmas illumination and will oiler a prize of to the best will be W trip Today the forecast is cloudy and warmer with rain or snow in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware o and Maryland Partly cloudy and i convenience of bona fide shoppers warmer is tomorrows forecast j antj ror jnc benefit of the merchants Thc high temperature yesterday j i thoroughly realize that a woman j was 33 degrees at 230 p m and the j requires pi ore than one hour to make low 2 avera lor 16 Todays Washington price was above the world price set in London today The London price today was 12B shillings 7 pence up C pence from yesterday On the basis of the open ing exchange rate for the pound ster ling S5ii this was equivalent to an ounce 9 when they left The dollnr remained nt G07B cents the first leg of their swing around northern The Lindberghs are nnxious to re home in time for n holiday cele with their small son Jon their nerinl tour them to ports in three have taken them more The total allotment to the town sell the trust to such an extent that whisky could be available to consumers at SI to S125 a quart OConnors assertion that hiqh 5 days advertising With the passage of the new law it I will permit the work In Crozcr Park to jje started almost immediately us taxes would have little effect on liquor have already been drawn prices and his proposal for levy of nVK approved for the paving to be nnlln n r n flonc Considerable awarded in each borough ID E A DMAN ON AT VICTIM OF STORM APPEAL IN BEHALF jjTopacsof Times WASHINGTON Dec 15 UP Thc treasury net balance for Decem ber 13 was 599304511938 Miscel laneous internal revenue receipts that day were S2ni788103 Customs re cefpts lor the month through Decem ber 13 were 51171111283 SEES JIORK mtUNKKN DRIVERS INJURED IN FALL Charles A Garland of Baltimore j Druhkcnness and drunken driving avenue Media president ofthe Chesj navc increased in Philadelphia ac ter Bovs Club more than S5 a gallon failed to change sentiment among members of thc Ways and Means Commutes deiay many of whomfavor a levy of from SI50 to S2 James Scott 22 of Holland street Twice within the week following OF NEEDY il1 Pedestrians and motorcars on the road were seen staggering around something disgraceful From one of the Negro ministers there has come to the With less than 100 employed hers of the Home Service talk concerning the James acott o Moiianci streei of this citv KCttine started Icipirville is m Taylor Hospital rei htadquai tcis heard but Mavor Ward to covering from the effects of exposure Section of the Aaioncan Red Cross lhc W1ollg impression at City Hall to the cold and sleet Scott was nn llrt7Cnt appeal for some aid to 42 day explained that under the law all Many a motorist starting from HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press is confined to his tording to a statement from Acting i was reportedthey discussed them in j sewer project were given first con home suffering with a sprained back 1 superintendent of Police James detail All members declined to disj Sjderation authorities have other pro sulTcred when he slipped nnd Majority members of the commit improvements must be of a immicip 1 D families of Chester members met in secret session a few hours ivinrter with this thoucht in mind I lhp Wednesday night np Lhu home yesterday with good intention aconnors charges H j of and frozen stifl He re of which the clergyman hnsjold Red KUtctl bcforc hc got very te after henrinc while getting out of n bath tub injury prevented him from attendin the annual meeting of the board of Directors of the club held last night at the Chester Club fe i lor He ordered more stringent prosej cuss whether any decision on n tax jccts iu miml but arc r Hls culion of offending motorists was reached Chairman DoughUjrt understand where the mo iing 1 Tax Procedure was discussed of materials will REVOCATION OF NURSES MKET AT frsoi DOWNS A large number of graduate nurses of the J Lewis Crozcr Hospital j were present last C 0 U T t J LICENSE DENIED House Majority Leader Byrns came nut for a low tax preferably undr but all tax proposals rcmaired contingent on whether the bill which the Ways and Means Committee will draft calls for a revenue Fhnrin plan with states which refrain from a loss to money for the plnchnse of materials will be obtained wjlh tnn exception of course of the 05 granted by the Civil Works Administration moved to the hospital apparently dead However he responded lo treatment and is recovering salis i factorily j Training School were present I evening in the social rooms of the Tuenly Old Rill Craigco i Home Building where a regular mcet Rrnnx Tark Country Tom Ocean ing of the Alumnae Association was night 1 hold A social hour followed the busi j ness session Pucntc Dallas Otlcrnp Lore Finger Beer Tree NonVj clear rack fast Rules Against Hook Insufficient GETS riUIA IOST Theodore Fit agora Id Wood who worked his way from thc ranks to Evidence 1 Charles H March nf the i day was new director FEDERAL GRAND JURY RECALLED Six Witnesses in Recent I Cross executives will be absolutely fnr i unable to have any Christinas joy j whatever if some outside assistance Anfiouc buyers are said to be po is not provided i ing around looking lor homebrewed i Word of tin pitiful condition of beer Are they looking for a head I these people with the Xmas season 1 near was given in hope that thr i i Red Cross covild vender soniussist The odfashioned wife usedto asc anci the case cannot be provided her husband to button up her back under Red Cross funds and the The modern one asks him to powder GflicK has made an appeal to some citizen or citizens wilh the hope thai someone will be able lo provide ATin Ic1 Federal Trade Commission said today of the department of public safety Conspiracy CaSC Submit i wkh to ofTer iMail Jh hc h ordcred an inveslication He was appointed by Mayor J f I 1 tit I 1IU II it VI 174 IIL I I kl ill nik fi r 9 into nn alleged whisky trust following Hampton Moore after filliiiK the po o KcqUCSIlOinng j charger of Rep OConnor sition since last February 24 i SOCIAL AND LABOR j BILLS PASS HOUSE AT IEFKERSOX JAUK R a el News Honohina naiKiInrn Alleprclto St Nazairc j Order LURCH Luggage Rlack Cornel Prince about I Con Mnsellc S The Nile Irfaneb Onlil Mint On Way to Senate Where Sonic Arc Expected toi HARRISBURG Dec 15 A score of social and labor bills that Pride Lucky Iulic ccaroci House hurdles finally today Servants Prirle Atmosphere Bert Lahr Hnriiry S c x I n n linrnsiile Star brook Kccimrnt Miss Aclcie Am noonclnv lerlilr II Gen Campbell Hip Slnrm Drnry Observation Athens Suffolk Astrakhan awaited return of the Senate Mon day night for lhc race against time and death Determined to clear its decks by Pay Ilasola 15oo Setbs Ballot Pvivct My Belly Weather rlcar Irark fast AT Unler Tnfilee Nay Nay Sim Mate Baby ChFnk BitblilinR Out Bliich Dinccn Airway Golden Princess G Calgary Kay Cantercl S T Gilfiilnn next Thursday thc ex traordinary session of the General Assembly faces R vast amount of work when it comes ack for the final Thc first unsuccessful attempt to revoke a bcr license was made at Media yesterday when Judge W Roger Fronefield dismissed thc Com monwealths petition to revoke the j beer license of John G who I conducts the Dresden Grill at UU8 Market street Marcus Hook Lack of sufficient proof that liquor wns being sold in the place was mainly responsible for the Courts action Twelve petitions seeking rev locations have been presented by1 Assistant District Attorney C Wil Ham Kraft Jr since lune 1 and 10 of these have bscrn upheld One is still pending and Losak is thc win his case place was raided on Oc tober 20 by county after complaints were received by the dis trict attorneys office nnd an opera tor John J Cluney testified that hc went to the restaurant on October 11 and 12 nnd purchased several NEW RISE IN 300 TRUCKMEN GOLDJ51D SEEN STRIKE IN PHILA While House Denies Dol Presages General Walkout lar Is to Be Stabilized at i of Drivers Much Food Present Rate iMav Perish WASHINGTON Dee Afsuranccs of Democratic ronjirrs A strike of 300 truck drivers In Philadelphia today threatened spoil Six witnesses whose Iden ies were carefully concealed by the govern mciit testified yesterday before the j i September Federal Grand Jury in j Philadelphiii called back as a special i panel to investigate five of the jurors in the panel from which the McClure Assistant U S Attorney Michael J i Stoney refused to make public the j names of witnesses but admitted that doubts about the honesty of certain men on thc original Delaware county rum ring panel had developed addition hn said we are nnce may obtain further information from the Red Cross ollices GLENOLDEN PARK IMPROVEMENTS U n e ni p 1 o y e A Residents Kngagcd CWA Project n A comprehensive report on the it A local doctorfinds that a babT girl triples her weight during thc first i year And tries to halve it during I her twentieth year we might add A judge has ruled that a radio ii a musical instrument Thats one judge that never heard our receiving set Charlie Ward says most speakers speak straight from the shoulder Too bad they cant speak from a lit tle higher up i Marvelous as lhc radio is the pro mnicuition of some of the announ cers is more so pipes Mike Maginnis I Radios are just like babies Just i try and get what you want when you i want It The price of j inn i ni ui work being accomplished lov aid im tJp liquor will be rut Year we are told sional leaders the sovernment ngc of hundreds of thousands of tlol fiPfnlnR up odds and ends of the proving thc new Glenolden Park tract Hnros hoping it isnt cut as much ai would mire its sold bid hishr were added toeiny to repudiations by thn of reports that Hie ri raVior had agreed with France to stabilize the dollar lar3 of perishable produce including county case Christmas table delicacies and prc raricd a general strike throughout the area Produce dealers assorted that un UK present level ot approximately less the men returned to work in Gfi chills mediately great quantities of foods The While House now at wharves and wanhouses as worse than a bad would be destroyed the county detectives raided the place Roosevelt let ii te i Four g no liquor was found known that stabilization was not fiults anil Mgeublis iiiUmiing ship week The burden falls on the upper drinks of liquor on each day When Uie reports chamber that must withstand the attacks of a strong labor lobby no muior was loiuui fnm When one dissenting voice would i Cluncy testified that Losak was not nenr and that dauy ioW purchnses nun s 11oiii have made sine die adjournment in the place on cither of the two i would continue interruption j remained m Certain of 14 ncres between Scott avenue and iivs of the investigation have not the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad of truckers yei been made public and will not be right of way in Glenolden under the uitil the Grand Jnrv has obtained the CWA program was presented to information brin sought Glonoldcn council at its monthly The September Grand Jury con meeting last night by Councilman tituus where tlic second special Frank I Hursh who is supevising Grand Jury lelt oil nfier indictinfi the extensive works program two of the county defendants for Mr Hursh who stated that there attempting to corrupt government were men employed on the project Inolher defendant for complimented thc spirit from California and Florida pel jury men all re storage while clforts Francis V Wills a special agent displaying thc liquor The Weather which the all residents of the borough are in carrying tnrih the Thursday impossible the House occasions on which he claimed he H wns not st sat in silence yesterday ns Rep Morj bought liquor He said the whisky House that the s ton Wilkin Philadelphia introduced was sold to him by a bartender who sariiy would he described minutely current q When County Detective Charles TJ which the fold Smith who led the raiding squad l since December testified that Walter Bulcir Harris Hill who has been before court f re two bills to substitute for one for gotten in Senate One would extend until December 31 1934 collection of the per proof floor tax imposed by the Cordier act WASHINGTON net forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy possibly rain tonight and Saturday wilh slowly rising ttm pcratnrf Wcslvrn 1cnnsylvanla Cloudy with lisbt rains warmer in nurth and cast portions toniicht Saturday cloudy and colder snow Hurrirs in norlb portion TODAYS TEMPERATURES run senators usually wellinCoimcd move in a Rcnernl walkout of truck rrenrcihv rclminUMtinn policy in men who claim thai while thr A now I i1 T 1 Tnn If fill Jewell dourly track fast lax ImllOSCfl Uie wmtlicr itci liih uuiu in vvntiu m i v L nm 1 Provisions of the bill which imift bs qucntiy entered while thc raid was in sisted that Mr Rnosrvcli intended to tioral Labor Continued un rage Twentytwo i Continued on Page Twentytwo Continued on Paste Twentytwo the tract i arbitrntinc fnrrcrvVcVniVthoiury I hat convtrlrrt oldscolt rsile sinir fjpnalor John J McClure and Continued on Pigc Twentytwo 70 others 1 Continued on Iwcntj b 3 m 7 n in R a in 9 a m in a m itt Moon 32 I p 3 p 35 si in m I I i   

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