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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 19, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              y I NOW THAT WFRC AWAKE HOW ABOUT A LITTLE COOPERATION FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best of the Day 58TH 17778 DalLv eased Wire RcDorls of Unllrcl Press UP nml International News Service INS CH1CSTKR PA TUESDAY DUCKMBMR 19 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICK TWO CENTS BANK DEPOSIT INSURANCE SOON TO BE OPERATIVE Governments Stake in the 1 Business Approaches Three Billions Has Used Postal Savings to Buy Capital in Insti tutions OPENING OPERA SHE SAVED WASHINGTON Dec The governments stake in the 111 tions banking business approached the mark today as finrl preparations were made to extend its sway by putting deposit insurance in cfTcct at the start of thc new year More than a third of the govern ments participation in banking is represented by deposits in thc postal savings system which have risen to record levels well above In addition the Reconstruction Fi nance Corporation lias purchased more than a fifth of thc outstanding bank capital of and ex pects to increase this ownership to nearly a tmrd with tmtimate pre ferred stock purchases of more than Sl000000000 Direct loans to banks and hundreds of millions poured into various mort gage loan building and loan and agricultural credit organizations hive further increased the governments stake Under the deposit insurance plan the government will assume impor tant regulatory powers over partici pating banks previously not under jf not fnr Federal supervision REP E J T ISSUES WARNING ON LEGISLATION Illumes Pinchol for Block ing Efforts to Reduce Costs BANISHING SLUMS I5OHI Opposes Graded Income Tax and Jives His Rea sons Representative Ell wood J Turner i of Moylan one o the landing fiiurcs in the General Assembly at Harris burg this morning issued the follow ing statement concerning pending leg islation in which he warns legislation of far reaching effect upon industries and working people may be enacted j and approved by the Governor j Mr Turner reviews his efforts and t those of his associates to effect economies in the State government which were balked and he strongly opposes thc proposed graded income taxes which have been suggested to aid schools His statement follows Unless the people of Pennsylvania awake to the gravity of ihc situation i at Harrisburg legislation of far reaching ctlcct upon the nuances of i the State and upon the welfare of our With industries may be Governor Therefore allhougl islntive derelict i did I not call it o their attention Since 1931 thc group ot House CWAPROJECTS FOR THIS CITY AWAIT APPROVAL I Park Commissioner Craijr Makes Announcement of Extensive Program Will Provide Work for He twcen 55l and 100 Men Now Unemployed An oxlcnsive procrim enluiUiiK thf iKiuliluro of uul hi1 em ployment of between if0 nil 1011 Idle moil in this ciiy providing tinprot ivts approved by the stale ad j mmiKlnitor for the Civil WiirLs Ad ministration was announced by the City Commissioners today The projects comcinphiled tinthe buildim of sewers road bulhltnx in i both CheMrr nncl crmrr Parks and I Inntiscapi Hardening that beuu lily the city Walter II CraltT commissioner of parks iimi public property said yes EXTORTION TARGET LANGDON W 1OSL to A COURT HEARING OBJECTIONS TO EXPENDITURES Appeal Filed Against Con trollers Hcport by Tax payers Group One Bill for Gas Oil and Repairs for OfifciaPs Car Totaled Objection was made to thr court at Media yesterday to an expenditure of for an Automobile for trio nse of the district attorney on tha that the County Commis sioners had no authority to purchase ii cur for the district attorney An other objection formally made lo the expenditure ol for liiu oil repairs and wiushhiK to a fllliiiK station in this city In connec tion with the sume KAY J he objections were made yesterday tenbiv thai three projects have Iollowinan allaniil In extort SIO afternoon before Judges W Honor ready been juibmiltsd by tlucommtsj IIDO from Itolicii A iimliirr former ronefield John M flioomal and stoners lo the stiili administrator i a unit cm1 tmlloiial Rolf rlmnplnn on i Albert DutUm MacDiuIe who started and had been approved and that OJ j of ilratli ti liU Ityrnrold son j ln tne morning tin first days vs j men had been pin lo work on suwvr j llcury police and federal agents are j ft Ixminfj Ol1 appeals taken cuiislruction In the upper section of luipinjr Hose guard nvtr home in ivom I1 reports of the County Cou vHh ie city lie also said that 111 iiddli lorcst 111 Gardner is i for thc years 1JK1I fundraisinfr efTorts of Lucrezia Rori operatic diva the world members who are affiliated with the Augmenting famous Metropolitan Opera of New York would not be openinp Ibis season i Republican State Organization often j these powers and those derived from Miss Rori raised 5300000 as chairman of the committee for savin the called by the press the TalbotTurner j its stock ownership the government opera and so tbc curtain will rise December 26 on Deems Taylors rctcr i Bloc have sought to achieve what I has regulatory functions through tlie Ibbctson with Miss Hori in a leading role j we have believed to be was the dei Federal Reserve Board and the na sire of the people the reduction oil SnnfcSarticipation may the cost of the State government We be lessened materially if thc deposit insurance plan succeeds and is reI taincd J F T OConnor troller of currency has indicated that upon success of the plan depends abolition of thc Postal savings sysI tern returning huge deposits to the Wncf Fm ttpcirlonf s lax While this fell onairour people rnu utbiuuuh it came moslly from ihe merchants TELL IFACING LIQUOR OF ACTIVITIES LAW VIOLATIONS sought to cut the appropriations in 1932 so that new taxes would not have HOUSE VOTES 5 MILLIONS TO AID PA SCHOOLS I timore and Ohio Huilroad to the I Concord road Another project for which funds have been allotted is the construc tion of a srwcr in Twentyfirst street between Hdgmont avenue uid Ctmcc street The construction of n 15foot j amicite roadway witli brick gutters I through Chester Park to the Gnrclen City entrance has also been ap proved to be levied We succeeded partially r 0 iii Projects which George J Hunter jbut were hlocked by the Governor LOIICUIS Oil bClialC bill IO of highways and F G Cliiyniont Motorist Victim of Attack by Youths He Befriended Set upon by two youths he be Iourl In the course which Is expected to spread over several weeks The court resumed its hcnrings this morning and will probably listen to tlic testimony again tomorrow and Thursday Two I Jhn to each of the amiiMl reports issued by County Controller liiines T Stewart were filed shortly afler the appearance of the reports Yesterdays hearing however was Im banks Deposits In participating banks will be insured in full up to until June 30 when a permanent insur ance plan will be put into effect if the temporary plan is successful Under the permanent plan all deposits up Work 1 Four Among Pupils Praised Progress is Made I from securing the maximum amount i of reduction We unsuccessfully opposed the sales Hurtvigson city hsivc worked A 111 0 U n t out from Motors Fund n in One Other Fined who could not afford it and were struggling to keep their heads above j water This took in six j j months from the pockets of the mer chants and consumers A number of cases of alleged ofi It was our contention that the state i Members of he Chester Ministerial to S10000 will be insured in full from Association and the Character Educa fenders of the liquor laws who were had sufficient revenue and did not S10000 to 550000 75 per cent and lkm committee conducting a survey i ncwl lo tllis Thc I above 50 per cent i L The RFC has authorized the puri bujldmg ogencics m Drops Plan Senate on P S Confirmation first lime the matter came before thi Inst night Chnrlcs Whitej court for tcstimonv of 6 Cleveland avenue Clay At the outset Albert J Williams nnd for which application for Del was beaten unconscious j county solicitor explained that he s to complete the work have been thcn thrown into was appearing for the Cottntv Com a ditch partly Silled with water and mlssioners As county Solicitor I believe it to be my duty lo assist ihe County Commissioners in preicntins fund made to Erin Riddle state ndmlnis I nil or and which will cost 572000 is fnjlhe construction of n sewer In Llt Twentyfourth Q street lo Madison left to din Shortly before noon detective street from Chestnut rcKcd Curlton 1 IVrry of the 000 these vouchers and data relatitic to on street and in Up block Lnmokin street who confessed i tho several items which have been participating in thc attack nnd robI outlined in a letter from I beiy mid cave police the name of his Ocary anil Hnnkin declared Mr companion now being sought In Williams Conliniiert on 1iijrc Twelve chase of preferred stock and capital hls city and county held an in Ucnt of Revenue to c notes in 3160 banking institutions inj tercsting session yesterday afternoon ijqu0r selling were t iiin I no v nil e riiirTsriciii A v nrrnn A number of cases of alleged ofi It was our contention that the state companion now being sought Williams fenders of the liquor laws who were had sufficient revenue and did not TO PI OQ1 addition to obtiiinhig thc confession I have re press llril thn arrested by stats authorities in this need to levy this tax Thc figures i HARRISBURG Pa Dec Jvnvyvyuo i w the poliie recovered two S50 bills i County Commissioner have artlior city last week marking the beginning then set upby us have been proven ihe present special session of FOR THR i louml il1 PclTvs possession and j the hiring of witnesses for Ihia of a campaign by the State Depart correct by thc recipts of the state for i i1 slllte legislature attacked its fore wlv v 0 i vhkh lu nrimitted wns pnrt of the hearing said Mr Geary Mr clear up illegal year periodi ending Ma 331st j a stolon money volvfng in file Womens Christian mbming inthe ot1 Magistrate in the 1333 session I introduced directly a total of to 1 sedation Building banks i Sprouijtreets Officials deny any Intention of drastic government control of the banking business but it xvas con Seventh and j Albert Northam in the First ward i and secured the passage of bill Dr David A Ward superintcnden Wilson street charged as were all c f of city scnools acting caairman of the oiTendcrs of Eemng iituor On i the committee gave a concise address which 10 licensc had heen paldscll Joseph Pizdalski of the 300 block IH B No 22 to reduce the cost of Continued on Papc Kourtecn grim seriousness was apparent today School bells will eease to ring in j The victim recovered his senses in the welter of bills from which Govthe city schools on Friday afternoon sometime later and staggered to the ernor Pinchots program emerged land 10000 pupils and their j roadway at Highland avenue and Beset from many angles none of teachers will begin a Christmas varaj Twin Oaks roud nnd was again seen i SLlfiHTLY riilch verc sufficienllv concerted to tion lhat will be concluded on the i to fall unconscious by a pawing mo viixuj Hankin and I arc represenltng tlia Cnntimtpd on which sufficiently concerted to lQ1 HlaL wlli ue concludeci on the to au unconscious ny a passing mo consternate the admlnLstration forces morning of January a when the torisl who placed the man in his JCt1 Jt the governors plan was assured for j classes will be resumed at thc custoi sidered significant that chairman on the work being done in the local u wUhout license and selling over a i U D YRBY MOTORIST Pennsylvania in its salient may hour j Jesse H Jones of the RFC offered i school sys em for the purpose of de baHvas heid in S1000 bail for court j r I quor stores operated by thc com I practically every school In the I INJURED SERIOUSLY I monwealth and no bars city a Chrwtmas enterlainmcnl has 1 A recapitulation today revealed heen planned for the afternoon hours Conf inucd on rare Twiilvc i similar work as it is carried on in the the RFC Leslie Hoffman 22 of 2 Vernon road Upper Darby is in the Delaware Many of thc RFC stock purchase various communities of the county It i Jlivoycd tlrce persons Alexj County Hospital in a serious condition reements carry provisions giving was evident from the remarks of both llis from burns and other injuries re he RFC a choice in thc control of i educators that during recent years ceiVed when his car caught nre after as the ATING O 111N U that the governors program code sue of Friday and the pupils will goto OFFICIAL DIES WARMER WEATHER Cloudy and slightly warmer Is the prediction today with rain this afU ernoon or tonight in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be cloudy and colder tomorrow the institutions a factor which might j there has make it easy for the government to effort up have a handin determining thr policy j connected or personnel of various institutions i schools rcssfully throuRh a welter of 34 bills pir homes for thc holidays filled Ihe Horbort Thacker Herr nalionnly The highest temperature hore ycs v th crate Christmas welfare programs cnginwr and vice president of tcrday was 53 degrees at a m The mostserious threat to the state have been devised by pupils and Weslinghome Electric and Manu and ihe lowest wns 41 at a in SEE AGREEMENT ON WHISKY RATES all character building activities and to see to ii that these were kept J Continued nn Iasc Twelve on a nonsectarian basis Upon the conclusion of the ad dresses a report was read by Dr J R I Hargreaves of the Federal Council i ivli UaUVj Continued on Pasre Twelve j TO AID KIDDIES i WASHINGTON Dec Agreement by Christmas on the main features of a liquor tax bill was ths program of the House Ways and t CTTA1I7 Means Committee today as maica I I hK tions increased that the controversy A iiun A LJLl Uiiw If over the plan for sharing liquor revenues with states would become R congressional issue Democratic leaders on the com mittee indicated that they were striving to have these provisions in j KCCClptS the measure 1 A whisky tax of around raid a beer tax of S5 a barrel 2 Return of 25 per cent of fed eral liquor revenues to states which refrain from Imposing gallonage All taxes i Ire today Al least that is what the 3 Authorization for the President four or five thousand Chester young to lower initial import duties for i sters who will benefit by todavs trade bargaining purposes j vaudeville and moving picture perj j forjnance are hoping From 1 p m l j until 11 p m a continuous show will j be given as part of the Chester Civic i Councils drive for the Christmas I Fund that be used in the annual Christmas Parly for this citys im fortunate youngsters j Tlic Civic Council is depending on I this benefit show tp put their drive across the top There has not heen CLASS EXERCISES i inPi from the car but could not because of the flames and because Hoffmans legs were jammed beneath the steer Firemen from the Highland Park Fire Company put out the blaze and The children of the kindergarten I Look Hoffman to the hospital He class connected with the First Italian suffered severe burns of the leg and Presbyterian Church Third and Fuijarms three fractures of the left arm ton streets of which Rev Dario j nnd a broken knee cap Tcdesco is pastor will assemble in I the basement of thc edifice Friday i afternoon for their Christmas enteri i tainmem were brought yesterday in the offices me pastor of MagistrUc Aibcrt Herman East COSIMITTED TO JAIL bad check Charges of passing a re broui Magist of saloons to be licensed by zone family liquor control commissions Hcpre sentatlvc Albert L OConnor Cami hria presented a bill of similar inI tent However both died in committees in favor of the bill sponsored by j Girls of the TriHi Club of thc Representative James H McChire YOU graduated from Yale University in j temperature for Ihe date is GO cstab 18SD He began his commercial activiI lishcd in 1923 mid minimum 4 in tics as machinists apprentice with the 1913 Chicago and Northwestern Railway Sunrise today wiis nt a m and CHILDREN GUESTS OF CLUB 1 HP was engaged in railroading nnd sunset will bo at pm Eastern t mining activities until 1908 when he Standard Time mining I tO lllul Jolucd tho Womens Christian Allegheny which embodied the ad uoll have completed plans for ministration plan supplying Christmas cheer lo Unrelenting in their fight against olp of 50 ntcciy children at Christ state stores Representative Stecdic nis time I and Representative Clinton H Gjft stockinns arc being prepared by Hie members to be filled with i t mitimucl on 1 age I velvc j nnd smnll gift These wilt i be distributed o Ihc little friends Westinghouse Company SCHOOL BOARD OFIICK DKCOKATIONS Submitted uel to Christmas decorations have made tlnir apjienrancL in the various offices of Hall The office of Walter H Craig commissioner of parks and public property and tho first floor hall decorated vestnr day with flowers wreaths and holly Topics of Tii nies HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT JEFFEKSOX PARK great prcshow sale of tickets and a is p lo hc citizcn of tllis citv 0 Girl My Betty Morocco Moppci makc a lastminute box officr rush Iurky Luke Aunt Hannah j to lnsurc tho of tilp Gracious Iady Fawn Leap Snow bi day Ilext Monday morning o T t A lastminute meeting In Tmmasl liiKgcriiaul Tus ftc city Hall Council Chambers last lina Round Up Elcrnal Maid night and about onethird of Ihe re Bo Al Anne L Nimble tlvns on tickets already sold were Jack Liijren Lusrpage Snoxv Cloud made The rest of the money will be handed in this morning or early this Tasker Uoyal Purchase j Cara Domus Abstain Gambado Allegretto Sizzling Astrakhan Attrmiit Sis Kslhrr Nanny D Dark Sister Buzzy Boo Margie Lou j Weather clear rack fast AT CHVKrKSVowN j Continued on Tape Twelve Nothnagle Asks State Contracts For Ford Motors HARRISBURG Dec House today had adopted a resolution sponsored by Represen tative Edward Nothnagle Dela ware urging the governor and the Dspartment of Property and Sup plies to give consideration to the Ford Motor Car Company in awarding contracts Governor Gilford Pinchol has objected to the awarding of con tracts lo any firms not holding a Blue Eagle One of the Ford as sembly plants Is locateri in Ches ter and the resolution recites fig ures concerning the number of Pennsylvanians it employs cvniivrr VTMoiXTMrvT i yesterday that lie would begin ani v union s unrisuan Association in a session nem m me Lnriiin ynit s NOUlNt NIS other checkup next week on outof i buildins Seventh nnd Snroul streets Building Broad and Crosby streets do thie his attorncv arence W Braver president of I town coal dealers making deliveries in i at p m nnd will visit many last evening the city school directors 1 ut of iiii Delaware County Historical Soi this city Durinc last week sevn sections of the city finished consideration of minor rou Clarence the Delaw ciety has announced the following i dealers were taken into custody on appointments of members of thc pub suspicion of being guilty of shnip licity committee James C Baker practices in dealing but in each in chairman Charles R Long Thomas stance they were found to bo giving Higgins and R Chester Spencer correct weight in deliveries FILEPROHSTAT ILINDiBEEEON N PROVIDENCE HOMEWARD HOP l i Taxpayers Comiuillcc Leave Charleston S C Sends Formal Note on i Expected in N Y Some School Loan 1 Time Today Samuel insuH has been asked lo leave Greece If he knew whats T Eood for him lie will return to tha me LUMII ynited States and enjoy perfect frce ncys keep him CHARLESTOM S C Drr Weeks Reviews State Auto Responsibility Law V comprehensive review and ex iril p planation of the provisions of the j llj1 Pennsylvania Financial Responsibility Law and an outline of thc purposes sought to be accomplished through Khan Crump Cousin George Boojric Triolet Lee Capitalist Terra Nova Flying V Gertie R Brizcllc Belle It Royal Cbarcr KcdrlifTc Clear Kniphl Slay Bar India Nisia AVcathcr clear track bravr AT Tiller Good lrst Uncle Less Saucy Maria Bosky Sikvira i Outbound Singinfr River Kishty i Twenty Get Heady High Wire drive an automobile on the highways Spcro of Pennsylvania after that date Play Ic Miserable Saracen out being insured IT TN M VRYIAND 11 J1 MAIV1 ljA1U TCobiirn of Havre dc Members of the faction of laxpay1 ers of Nether Providence township Charles A Lindbergh and who last Tuesday cvcninz remained i Mrs Lindbergh departed today on firm in their sland nqainst an exi he lm stage of their flight lo Nrw penditure of S50000 by tlicir school i York to spend Christmas with their directors for a proposed addition to son Jon They left at a m the facilities of the township high i Col Lindbergh was noncommuni school are still making a determined cative when they landed here yester effort to do all in their power to cur day after a hop from Miami but Mrs tail the action of thc directors which Lindbergh did not conceal her raser thry feel at the present lime to be ness to bo home with their infant highly unwarranted in view of en son Jon who has been in the rare of forced economics and reduced public his grandmother Mrs Dwipht W and private income i Morrow whsie his parents were jun At a mass meeting which preceded i Acting over a large part of thn world the regular session of thc directors Where they planned to land in last Tuesday one group of citizens New York was a closely guarded gave approval lo tho program while a ferret less there be n public rirmon protesting group loo by Richard P straion It was understood that they iidcrsbn James Wails Mcreur would motor directly lo the Morrow Proclamation This is our Childrens Christmas Diy today We arc calling on ail our people to patronize the benefit at the Stanley Theatre afternoon and evening for the Childrens Christmas Fund Our men who are Interested and who are work ing fa hard have adopted the slo gan A Christinas for Every Child in Wont you help Come to the Stanley today and rnjoy the pic ntres and the good phow nrri through this pleasure to you arid to the happiness of the children of Chester WILLIAM WARD JR Mnvor sine business in order to avoid meetWith the State liquor stores open ing on Christmas Day twelve hours daily the employes will Payment of bills totaling 5321604 iave to use the stagger system Not wns authorised thc principal items i lo sny thc customers being as follows F A North Comj pany VS450 Story Coal and Coke After the examinations last Salur Company Holdcn Company we arc convinced its much insurance easier to be elected lo the House or The oil supply contract for 1934 Senate lhan it is to get a stale job for the Frederic Douglass School driving a truck Seventh street and Central avenue I i was awarded to the Diamond lee and Tn Ibn old days when a man wanted Fuel Company nnd the eontnict to something to eat he went to a saloon supply fuel oil to Ihe Welhcrill i Nowadays when he wants something School was let to E G Rodrr Of all j to drink he goes to a restaurant bids received ihe quotations were j identical with oil ouotrrl nt four and of lnitlallng names of Tt Mp lnr for Ilic conunR ten month will be supplied by the May fair Agency at thcirovbinnf Con I i nurd nn elve fc U O 2 BBblc 2 decipher it t SUIprisinp Ulal of Philadelphia Man Files Claim for Bonsall Estate S GOLD PRICK UNCHANGED TODAY Michael Docherty our Scolch Iraf fic cop tells us his countrymen first learned to swim when toll bridses were introduced in the old country Whiskers are coming buck wa read Hue is that news They al ways do n heir to the eslalc of Grorsri Tn wp remind thoss who died imfstiteHst lnst mimltc Xmns shoppers that no bf Christmas eve WASHINGTON Dec 19iU today fixed Ridley Park has put in his appearance with a claim for the estate which was about to li turned over entirely to the State of Pcnnsylj His claim is based on a story j The Weather Maid His statement follows thc conssni of hcr parents gard to the whole project J H Ward travels It had taken on enough j Hinkson has sent the following comi luel in Miami to cany it to New rMcCCIachan probably fol aml rain or tonight or in vest day folt sinning latA j in n COldfT f Wednesday and in extreme north U S TREASURY BALANCE munication to Attorney A B Geary 1 York solicitor of the Nether Providence i The Lindberghs last saw New York ollarmnaincdat a good fricnd of j Mrs Bonsall and on one occasion WASHINGTON Dec 19 Navy and postal authorities today Mcrchantville N J He plated thai Lady DC Vrr Distress Signal i tation is generally referred to as tho j day wcro SI44606157 Customs ftructed Lusury Dr Parrisli Chchalis receipts for the month through i clear track heavy Continued on Page Fourteen December 16 were 51526786916 Continued on Page Twelve I When they land here win have flown 290S1 Continued on Pace Twelve I slightly injuring a marine guard MAIL TUUCKJORED ON ft Mark Ballinacr who thcn lived in First Lawful Gamble Par One of the most important laws WASHINGTON Dec lies Mirs Corinne Good Scout affecting persons who own or operate The Treasury net balance for Deccm school on July TJoya Treasure j nutomoijiles in Pennsylvania will goiter 16 vas Miscelj Depr Mr Geary i acain they rii into effoct on January 1st This legisi lancous internal revenue rcccipls that T understand that you have been miles in actual course mileage but i were Kenrching for men wno fircci when lie could no osmnii He Vrr Distress Sipnal lation is generally referred to as tho i day wcro Sl44606157 Customs innructcd bv the directors cf the ht is estimated thai thy hvn flown upon a navy mail truck immedialcly by telephone the eciiv woman j thc White House early lociay Contimivd on Tagc Fourteen TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m R a m 0 a m 10 a m 38 U a m 38 Noon 43 1 p m 40 2 p m 40 39 40 43   

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