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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 18, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              KEEP IT UP BOYSMAKE CM REDUCE 4 THE PRICES VV FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best Newt of Day 58TK 17777 Daily tensed Wire Reports of Unltril Prewi VJP nncl International News Service INS CHKSTIiK PA MONDAY DKCKMBKU IS 1M8 TWENTY PAGES PJUCE TWO CENTS CRAIG ANSWERS CRITICS OF CITYS PA LIQUOR STORE JOBS TO BE GIVEN LINDBERGHS HEAD FOR HOME T O BE WITH SON ON CHRISTMAS CWAPR0JECTS WITHINA WEEK Makes Tart Reply Dcehir Civil Service Examination ing Council Is Cooper ating to Create Jobs Federal Employment Of ficial Given Verbal Slap ping by Councilman Papers Checked Best Averages for 300000 Separate Papers of 35000 Candidates In volved in Answers Stung by criticism over the alleged tlARUISBUKG Pa Dec UP laxity of the city ofUcials in arrang ing Civil Works Administration projI positions under Pennsylvanias newly ccts ill Chester City Commissioner created liquor control system were Walter H Craig this afternoon let being graded today at the four stale loose a counter barrage meanwhile aided colleges and universities indicating just what steps the city has Morc nlnll 1000 persons arc being taken to provide jobs for the unemi employed at the four institution ployed j university of Pittsburgh Temple He swung a few verbal uppercilts j university Stale College and the at certain individuals and points out university of Pennsylvania in grad that one critic has not been in the ing the 300000 separate each habit of paying taxes His statement follows I have before me clippings from candidate for one of the 2500 avail able positions having been required to answer nine separate sets of questions the Chester Times for Thursday 1 The State Department of Public December 14 Friday December 15 instruction which conducted the ex and Saturday December 1C in each of which arc being rather severely animations Saturday expects to re ceive the graded papers by tomorrow criticized for our seemingly lack of night Tabulation of thc highest interest in the CWA projects in dies grades in the 17 different groups will ter i be started immediately Within thc Before we go into detail concern next week successful candidates arc ing these criticisms let me start at the beginning I Thc mayor burgesses county com missioners township commissioners jj were invited to meet with the state 1 administrator of thc CWA at Harrisj burg on November 20 Due to a prior j engagement Mayor Ward asked me to j v attend the meeting as his live This I gladly did at my own c P Continued on Page Twelve JOLD PRICE nt SET AT 1534Ob Dec Thc Government today raised its y mined American gold of getting up this meeting many dc tails of thc program were not clear j but we were informed that our County 1 T Administrator Dr C A Ernst would take those matters up at a later date the Ule price was t in pricc lodav s 125 r i shillings 9 pence up 5 pence above We were however informed as to Satunfay On lhc basis of the bocn ihe kind of projects that would tncn jng cxcllallge ralc for thc pound be approved sterling this was equivalent The next day Dr Lrnsu called on to S32 57 an ounce The dollar was worth G069 cents as against 6078 cents prevailing since ASSEMBLY OPENS FINAL WEEK OF SESSION TONIGHT Aeiioii on Commission Ap pointments Before ICnd Worries IMnchol LP1 URGES ACTION ON CWAPfltOJECTS Improvements to Provide Employment for Number of Men Hi realens to Call the Decries Use of Portions of Senate Hack Waye Hill Hattle On HAimiSBUHG Dec Threats to discharge committees filled the assembly halls wltli exclli Pavk Sites for Dumping of Refuse Fuilun oC the city commivsionnis to secure funds through the program offered by the Civil Works Adminittrn lion for public improvements whilo inoni us Icrlslalors returned today for hundreds of unemployed men walk what flicv hoped will lie I In final the streets been criticiml by week i tlw extraordinary session of j Major General William G Price P Uic General Assembly i N O retired In l he ijcncritl rush to conclude he lawmilking festivities he becomes tin storm center for iiUncks from social and labor groups as well us Governor Pirnhot A hnlf clown motions holding drafted chamber to discharge committees labor bills are reported In iidilltlon tht upper looks lo somi action from I he chief oxceutive If tin Senate nomination commit teo not make u luisty move on the public The general who is conversant wili the needs of he cliy for its im provement nnd expansion pointed out work Ihnl could be done under thcplan nncl offered to furnish two clump trucks without cost to the city provided it would furnish gasoline lubricants nnd the drivers necessary to operate them In his opinion General Price said there is plenty of things that can be done without waiting for any laws service commission appointments i to be passed lo do them The placing Governor Pinthot claiming the of unemployed men in positions Is support of senators is reported i In his opinion and iviuly lo move for ill1 chirge nf the j shuulrt be done without delay committee or summon the senators back into session immediately upon CniiUiiurd mi Twelve General Price said What is every mans job is no mans job In em ploying people Therefore wo must look to the public servants to help 115 HR Sill1 lln believed the publio tiYi tniiTii citizens of the city of Chealcr PR EDICT1CD1 would cooperate with council and the school board in the matter in CLOUDY CO LD 10 R Cloudy preceded by rain odoy and colder tonight is the Eastern Pennsylvania Contiminl on Iasjc Eighteen CHESTER YOUTHS AMONG INJURED December 1 forecast for Now Jersey and Maryland Cloudy and probably rain is tomorrows forecast Thc highest temperature here yes terday was 17 decrees nt 1 a m and the lowest was 30 nt 1 p m with the average seven degrees above nor mal of till The maximum for De cember 17 was CO in and thc mlmimum 7 hi 1870 Ending a Icnslliy tour of North America Europe Africa ami Soiilh America miriup which they spanned oceans jungles a ml niimnlaiiis Colonel Sunrise today Was nl n m diaries A Lindbergh and bis wife Anne Morrow Lindbergh arc iinmvwur il bound to be with their sou Ion on riirislmas The layout shows scenes j nnd sunset will be nt p m snapped of the noted fliers while visiting tlic various countries and map of their route Eastern Standard time trying to reabh solution of the prob lem General Pricc said he believed there was money available for public work and could be Rotten hi two hours H thc city commissioners decided to apply for If Take Crozcr Park said the gen eral given to the city by thc Into Samuel A Croze r for a playground for thc people This hind extends along the ConconK road recently paved tuui overlooking the Chester Continued on IURC Twelve ARG Two young men residents of this city sustained injuries when aC C C truck in which they were riding overturned on a hill near Coudersport Saturday afternoon They were James and Aiphonsc Cordello The truck en route to Camp Hull of the Civilian Conservation Corps skidded on the icecovered road sur face and plunged into a ditch and overturned Two young men recently enlisted were killed They were Additional Odd Names IFOU R ALLEGED SREPORT ON TEN In the Rochdale OF BY PROBERS IS i LIQUOR LAW HELD GIVEN PINCHOT 8 Men Take the Test For Liquor Store Jobs TO TWO ARRESTS T PASSES AWAY Recently there appeared in the Chester Times an article entitled Eight hundred nnd fifty men Bath i TfA AT PVTT7ENC crcd in the Media High til some of the more curious titles given I to various sections of Rockdaie Leuni and Lima such as Gob biers Knob The Pigs Eye rest End Residents Face Specific Charges of Conducting onmiendations Arc Made for appiicafions to iiquoristoic i ji jobs from driver on up to manager Speakeasies i by Committee lt wa Eoinc according to Mrs Mary Magce 52 of Norristown met death when she leaped from her husbands car on the Ridge pike near Norristown yesterday after the ve J Uhem hiclchad scrapJd fenders with a supervisor in Upper Cluchcstcr ulem Rocktiales Appellaitons Accurately r i Annotated as a story of Harvey T Ogden for 35 years road all lhc names Here arc some of 1 Following State Agents and Police by Committee most of the n l7iriii Tiiii Anne i schoolboys in an eftort to secure ASKS inqilll J IIIIO yiiesi nf lucrative jobs that have been inn nf Hrninlifv JUirl of offered throush repeal of the Eiylir nvm ui Wi j cciuh Auiendmeu Thn truck dnvcis the Commissary in particular were bcnoanitiB of the lest nnd all apreetl that otic cprtaluly had to know you IS IMPERATIVE most of the men who again beciime jnsulc SuCCCSS of srlmnlhcivs in an effort to secure one Christmas Party lor Cilvs Poor Children HARRISBURG Pa Dec UP Selling liquor on which no had sniff to land a liquor truck Herald Square the market csnlcr Over twenty specific joh Argument over a ten dollar bill re sulted In the nrrcst of two young men one from New York nnd the other from North Carolina early this morning The men In company with three others stopped a car in which they were riding entered a restaurant at Ninth nnd Walnut streets and or dered breakfast An argument cn siied when they demanded change from the waitress Miss Eunice New man 21 of 210 East Fourth street who said she did not receive a MO bill in payment for thc meals The waitress called Patrolmen Stewart nnd Maguirc who were In the neigh borhood and two of Ihe men whom the Newman girl recognized as lead ers in the argument were taken to Tf thc poor children of his city i police headquarters and locked up nrc to have thc bip Christmas parly j They gave thc names David Fon Lhe Chester Civic Council intends lo taine M of West Eleventh them next Monday the citizens 1 street New York City and A M community will have to put i Brown of Greenville N C This shoulders to the wheel this week morning In police court Magistrate i and push plenty hard because the j Honan ordered them held for invesli fnr from realized j gallon Today begins the hist week of thc concerted drive to provide toys can dies etc for the hundreds of empty i Ktoukiugs lairOKTANT MEETING Dr R J Hnrgrcavos of the Federal i t I vutr i ii vt 411 u u v wi i J HU 11 UUfv LIE IV IE U in ttviki itiun LOU1 ICll 01 111 1C1 lit tomorrow afternoon at 1 oclock in T nlee0 ill rien thc Slatc of R3vcnue lo carry out chose recommendations t hc questions conj The peak of the drive will bebe the speaker at a meeting of the the club headquarters on Fifth street I he d cd his dcatn trvsl lie place in Glen who hlve bcen nctivcly IlveslBntinf will he done und done immediately ceml crB knowlwi8C included rechcd tomorrow when the Stanley committee for the study of character near Market street The session has j followed a protracted illness al The Pu11 a laic nu i Uquor seUng cstabUsnmcnts in lhis in addition I shall urge the fl slifi tesl on lralllc reuliUions Theatre of this city will be opened j bin ding agencies in Delaware couiuy been called by President E A Howell thoueh he did not take to his bed i citv lhc PasL several days The agents ture at its nest session to change the K questions on these rcwlutums i with the hope that every able bodice lo be held at 4 o clock this afternoon yi unUi Thanksgiving dav info nbePriiv but eh s in Accompanied by representatives law in accordance wuh t d lbiht of thc blst I ndllll miu lo aUend a really m the Young Womens Christian He was a 4iVof late John C J niriPnrkrtn flivn Th Bee of thc Slate Constabu Uons of the J drivers rreat motion picture and vaudeville Association Building Seventh and ti was a son 01 me laic jonn o His old Rockaale Ine Bee who marjr arrests Each per Members oi the committee included i riciors of high school were ir fnn lenprl Sproiil streets 1 he meeting has been n uiaiTestccI faced all three charges Louis N Robinson chairman Swanhi i specified more T Henry Walniu former by police from the chairman of the Slate Workmen HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Tress is old Rockdaie flavor The Bee and Emily Ogden HP was a lifelong i Hive an house made Democrat and always took a keen in jrom an old barn in tercst in affairs of his community He relinquished the post of road super no opened imti AT CUATIlESTCNVN visor about three Idcnlified Friends Hicksitc runlintir hut long men had j performance will be given at 1 p in lhc test i lmc the showing will be continuous i until U p m on Iasc Twelve JH order to get thc best possible ommiuce of schools chairman of the 1StrcUli Call Nancy Khau j SurvMns are Ws violet Dipper Monastic Edwardes Ogden three sons John M 2Aclia nrizctte S T Cllfillaii aiuss j Ogcien of Baltimore widely known Carrolllon Noras Grace i professional baseball player and man 3Crasbcr Canlerct Clear Knight agcr of lhc Baltimore orioles Carroll i held membership in thc old Chii house near Lcnm station uongress 11 nnvrmnr nnri hr roni luiti n iuo Morv hiiildinc ooDosite Anthony Kruszewski all of an address i t 8 a no nc con I Hall a twostoiy buildm opposite jn thp 26oo street nrmcci by the Senate rnnfinurd on ne Twelve offenders were arraigned for I riot conditions which were the Cinfinucdonrane Ma isTatc Nonham i subject of tne investigation occurrnri S1000 bail i between September 24 and 30 brcHk 5SSMKNT APPEAL DEF cooperation Chairman William M Ipowel of the Chester Civic Council is caliiiiK a meeting of the DhU council for this eveninR in City Hall t CouncilChambers at 730 oclock All Tccnie H Benish AVay PROJECTS IN PIKE TOWNS hcaine Thev were A defense of the Upper Darby towii members of thc various committees the county t Media and E Osdcn who lives at home and Warren H Ogden of Twentyfourth i street this citv a sister Mrs George I GCalSary Kay Gay Party Nutlet p Worren o upper Chichcstcr a The Civil Works Hnmdinscr Royal Lahsic barcc John Robert Ogden of Pros program pi public imp lonn Pete Helens Alibi 3CCt park and two grandchildren which has bcen in progress in Chester Prior to thc issuanca of warrants Pluch ninccn lane Kllcn Tilc bodv bc yiow at hjs jatc pike towns for a fortnight was given i the agents were able lo buys i Tlic Doctor Kingbird AVahoo lomc Wcnnesdav from T to 8 oclock renewed impetus this morning when j in Ihe establishments they testified AVar Banner i Private burial will Thurs about 100 additional men were or They also confiscated some bottled Weather cloudy track muddy dav morning at Lawn Croft cemetery 1prn1 i inf out again November 21 ships Board of Commissioners in ap Tlic poinis covered by thc commipealins a 20 per cent reduction in arc urged to be on hand and any one PlKTr illWiMS lo lne coumy jaa at Mcaia aim were r tumuii i on rage I ilVlj iU a hort tjmn inler when tee and thc recommendations on each assessments to the Boaid of Assessois they were abks loprovidethe which appeal was denied mndcn DENIES ACCUSATION forks Administration quired bail A further hearing has committee of the oflcred last night in a ublic improvements i been set for 1030 a m totnonwv i BRIEF COUNCIL SESSION A special meetlne of Council to consider plans prepared by City En gineer Hartviijson was held thn niornine in council chamber City Hall Thc session was of brief dura tion Topics of Times The Nazis have released 5000 prii strpo oticrs jrom concentration Conliniicrt on Kiphtccn township who held that the was arraigned this morning in police j D a mouse no doubt i commissioners merely were seeking couri before Ma cist rate Honan S TIIEASURV BALANCE AT EPSOM DOWNS WITH ASSAULT rcjort for work on thiwrk licnior to be is evidence tOj of G cnodcn The ens St The trcasllr isSSAriJXBaaw ago Taily Ie Flore Sanrl Lee Gilbert 25 Negro of West work on thc park project ritive to in lace in revenue receipts that were Customs re hc the service you now receive trees He i statement addressed to Thc vestigation ncr Outbound Washinylon Ninth sircel was held for a further In Sharon Hill more than 50 men the city to assure that the law is 15 were S14 12973G96 1 rhcraw Shaker Lady Chiefs Irirtr hearing this morning by Magistrate reported this morninp at thc office j observed 3 Happy Sue barilla Iretly Sis Honan on the charge of assanjt and of Damon fc Foster engineers ready Happy Saracen Maid Campagna Two Sons Downfall Helen battery He is charged with frac for work on a program of highway HAVERFOKD CHILD j luring the jaw of Jesse Webb an and sidewalk grading in the borough i Tli I other Negro of West Second street In Darby upward of 50 men were i FATALLY JiuKW 1jl AVcather clear Irack heavy AT JEFFERSON PARK Hard Astrakhan Karbarnssn Umbrlan Princess Sweet Tal Flit stime Arlic Star Hooligan Take FORD SAYS THERESCHOOL IS NO DEPRESSION ORGANIZATION Money His Greatest MysMovement Js Sponsored tcry Knows Little About H A lighted candle held too close to her nightgown set a childs enrment ablaze Saturday night resulting in I her death from burns it Iho Bvyn I Mawr Hospital morning j She vfls Doris Fish fi daughter of Mr and Mre Frank Fish of 4440 Lancaster road Haverford Thc girl was undressed downstairs and sent up to bed with the candle to light her way As she reached thc of iisscssmenis and charged with stealing a bundle of j Senator Fcss of Ohio says Roose tempting to maintain the standard Christmas trees at Sccondluid Market j brain trust is sufTefing from WASHIixGlON Dec tjnvernsncnl streets He denied stealing the trees ticiaycd adolescence Well that isnt for The assessment cut means that but said he was told to take them by j as nad as decayed adolescence Smithsonian scientist says he can predict weather 23 years ahead But well bet hes still caught out in tha rain without his rubbers and um brella tor the month through Dccem Taxpayers read If the township COMPIKTK JlANS Space Run On Judge Peak n Lorraine K Nuhnt Toller Rounti Up Bcsl Man Jim Ormoni Xuimy Catwalk fudge nirenzo Uonie NEW YORK Dec nrigHI Spirits Cloido King Pin Business is all right It is improving lack Murphy t riaily There Trrtforcl Princess Pen i Setlis Unllot Hriuly Secret Rave AVcadicr clear Irack fast One Insertion of Ad Sold Birds I am convinced that it pays to advertise said Mrs Harry Huhn 1213 Morton avenue who advertised a number of canaries for sale in the classified section of the Times One days insertion sold all the birds according to Mrs Huhn TA c i uitiu 10 auiiiiif uii ui iiitmtj Local Directors bpectal dancing FO innocently on the wick of T i the candle and an instant later her Legislation nichtdrc was and the child was screamiiii with pain Her par School directors of this city have efforts lo hrlp her wrre futile win taken the lend in an effort to A neighbor look rnc youngster lo tne nr reillv second and third class hospital no depiesion icalij cUri of Uic stnlc lo s7 the p ge of legislalion at Harris i is the greatest mystery vvcn wiii be of assistance boihi Whcllom Miller 22 Negro was me of all I really know ro little about making it easier under present fmanstopptd by thY police when he was it cial difliciiUics for the districts to n i 011 ATniVpr street nboni 4 i It was Henry Ford speaking un meet the requirements of their 1934 I Hcvas carrving a bundle con bosoming himself in a copyrighted budgets and to relieve thc owners of j iuninc a blackjack flashlight and interview with a New York Evening eal estate as far as possible from back head mask He was Journal reporter tuc great weight of tax responsibility to poUce hcfidquartcrs and when he An affable friendly just folks Letters have bcen sent out by thc facccj Honan was ordered Henry Ford opened the Jour school directors to every second and held while his record is investigated I nal reporter in n rare exclusive in1 third class district in thc state citing i tcrvicw aboard his private car the resolutions of this board regard Ford debunked about half of thc Snpr proposed changes in school Icgis Icfiends about him i lation and askin thc districts to I am no Jew hater I have never i ioih with them in bringing these Sidwcll S16 Glen Terrace and stole met Hitler I have never contributed I points to thc attention of Ilic legis a r5 cold piece and two one dollar bills Police were notified of ths rob THEFT REPOUTEO Thieves entered thc home of B W State Announces First Rum Prices Gin Is Cheapest HARRISBURG Dec of Prnnsylvanians lo pur chncc bonded whisky for S2 a quart from state stores after Years went Rlimmcring toclny whrn thc Liquor Control Board announced its tentative list of prices Fancy Scotch whiskies were listed at about S450 a while fancy bottledinbond whis kies and champagnes were nn nounccd as retailing at between and SPOO per quart cheapest pricc announced was to SI57 for i bottle of pin Domestic blended ryos will sll at between S18S nnd per bottle No prices were announced for wines cordial1 brandies rum or various other fancy alcoholic bev erages In announcing the tentative prices the borird said Prices of liquor in slatestores next month will be as low as the present chaotic conditions of the liquor and wine industry permit In quality the merchandise on pale will he only of thc hiahcst As increased importations and Ihe settlement of the domestic sit in lion develop we expect prices to level off income is reduced contributions to incil fire departments may have io be eliminated road repair will bc i A mcetirK of lhc committee in reduced possibly we will be forced to charRO of the policemen s annual dispense with street cleaning it even ball to held in the armory is possible that policemen who have Eighth and Sproiil streets on inc two cms in pay during the of January 5 will be held this vrar and a half will have to take at oclock m thc roll another i room of police headquarters DUE j HOMELESS MAN IN N Y TONiGHTi DIES IN HOSPITAL t Colonel and Wife Flying ExSoldier Gassed in j y T jj Y fl 1XUWTU V UlL JO I lit 11IV U From Miami 011 Last 1ranCC Had IJCCn in charming person in the world says iciji ci a New York charm expert His Its funny how many people nrs willing even to RO to jail for their not to church Another scientist in Sweden produced some foods from wood Bui thats nothing new Many a steak wa have eaten has felt as though it cams from the box car in which the sterr was shipped A Chicago man has been restrained from hypnotizing his wife Another one of those men who dont knov when thc honeymoon is over President Roosevelt is the mort Leg of 5Months Tour Continued on Page Twelve 1 Continued on Last Papc i bcry souvenir of thc World War CHARLESTON S C Dec Miami Ila Department of Commerce advised local airport died In the Chester Hospital this nffirial today that Colonel Charles morninj He was Thomas Crawford A Lindbcph is mahlnc a nonstop a native of Pittsburgh Pa Thc only flicht fromMiami lo Now York He home he has Known lor the a iNCv i OTK cnarm expert mate Ot blXln bt nllSSlOII would say thats merely an in flatcd opinion based on depreciated A man who claimed to be n victim values in world celebrities The Yeatlier shoiilc jcach New York about 8 p m it months however had been the Chcs Dec Kastern to 1 luriliai I Eastern Standard ter Kcscue Mission at 130p East Sixth cUudv Colonel Charles A Lindbergh Jtrcc Vuvford j Tuesday cloudy followed by rain in and Mrs Undbcrch left Mi Christnias and a New nai aftcrl10on or at niih todiv ncinf Piouuse Tlirough years of dis couragement and despair he wanted coldcr i u ii ii tUn lilt tumti ami at JM5 STibv Thw hid inidoUo die but lived and with the fniic hS Iround tho M hope he wanted to live lantic Ocean Hospital authorities listed his ment as pneumonia aggravated by thc MIAMI Fla Dec severe gassing his system had nnder Coloncl Charles A Lindberah and i gone Yet government authorities at Mrs Lindbergh on Ihe lat stage of thc Walter Rrid Hospital had dis ihcir flight around the Atlantic i charged him as cured several years Western ani Tuesday cloudy followed by rain nith slowly rising temperatures in vest portion Continued on Page Twelve Continutd on Page Eighteen TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m n m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 14 U a m 48 12 Noon Titl I p m 50 2 p m 50 S3 50 30   

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