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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              fHC NIGHT THKOUGHTHE HOUSF WOTACRCATURE WAS STIRKINSNOT tVIHA NOU5C FINAL EDITION With All Latet and Best Newt of the Day 68TH 17782 Dallv Leiwcd Wire Rcoorts or Uultert UP Hurt International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY DECIOMBEK iW 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS SILVER PROGRAM VEHICLE DRIVERSHOLDING ON FOR DEAR LIFE IN SHIPWRECK DRAMA OFF ENGLISH COAST PUSHED BY FDR STRIKE STILL ON GOLDPACTHINTEDIBUT IS CURBED P r es i d e n t Orders Full Speed Ahead After White House Meeting Yellow Metal Interna tional Agreement Significant WASHINGTON Dec Partial Collapse Comes When Bakery Wagon Men and Others Quit Deliveries Continue But Delayed Ijy Pickets at Some Points Partial collapse of the general strike President Roosevelt ordered full i in Philadelphia called to affect 25 speed ahead today in putting his sil 000vehicle drivers came today when vcr program into physical operation I bakery wagon drivers and operators after revealing he hoped some day for an international agreement on gold Mr Roosevelt was careful to make of American Express Company trucks withdrew from the strike Officials of the Internationa Brotherhood of Teamsters Chaui plahi at his scmivcekly press conj fours Stablemen and Helpers esti fercncc that in cxprcsing this hope mated that 10000 men had joined the he had no thought of any gold pact svalkoul being imminent The thought was I Deliveries of all foodstuffs depart Kimply expressed generally and Ions rncnt store packages coal milk bread ago the executive let it be known and many other commodities con felt stabilization should come in tinned today but were somewhat de Ihe future j layed NeverlheleFfi the very mention of J Pickets were on duty however re such hope was regarded here as questing truck drivers to join with nificant asked by The President has been j them in the sympathy The Chcxlcr Timm tfill not he pnhlixlictl Monildji hii liiintnntx liatf The nislirx itx it Mnnj hrislnnts tnnl nil KKS1DKNT OP HOOK INIUHIOO FATALLY nmos Thomas 28 of Maims Hook I In a Wilmington Del hospital yeMcrday t few hours after his skull was tnulurod hi un unlomobllc acci dent on the duPont boulevard near Wilmington Police snid the car in which Thomas war riding and which was driven by his iister Mrs liralricf Powell this city upset as she drove to the side of Ihe rond TALBOf ASSAILS VAN DYKE CHARGE Takes Issue With Chair man of Democrat Com JOIN IN THE TAX REVISION FIGHT Join With School Hoards Opposing Recent Cut m Assessincnis Knuily Is Filed and Court Decision Is Now Awaited A largo Rioup of municipalities In Delaware county it was learned last levelling will foon Join with the Dcl aware County School Directors AKO j elation in taking to the county courts j their opposition lo Ihn drasticcut in j nviessments recently ordered by the Board ot Assessment and Revision of Tuxes A bill In equity drawn by the bor ough of Media and backed by other Senator Thomas D of Oklahoma to study a proposal for nationalizing the yellow metal and has sent the proposed bill to At torney General Cummincs for an opinion No hyit of a White House attitude one way or the other has been given to support taxi drivers who had been locked out by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company following a j strike for higher wages and union recognition i The threat lo tie up all of Philaj delphias Christmas business failed to j materialize Deliveries were slow but j Two liny human fiRiirrs clinging precariously n the wildly weaving barge bcliiR ilnshril to fragments while n liftlionl niaUes a ninth effort to ride the tossitiff seas to brings Ihcm to safety Ibis was the reallife shipwreck drama drpiclcd hy hi ranirri when Ihe sailing craft Scjiiiy cot inlo distress during a Rale olT Croni rr England The crew finally was saved mill RfMirfiiniv inrl roc I divisions was filed in the court JUHUt Hill IllCltflS i house hjs m0rnlng by Harold U j uivin risking for a judgment ot tho Grover C Talbut of Norwood Court on the legality of the action speaker of the House of Represenlai lnce by in i chai jini among other allegations lives yesterday called Warran Van Vhcstcp Inken by the board was Dyke chairman of the Democratic not in conformity with the law as set Slale committee for In connection with both the silver i officials of all large companies said program and the Presidents remark j their businesses were moving nor about gold an eighthour closed coni mally fcrence between the Federal Reserve I Adolpp Hirschbcrt president of the Board and Eastern Federal Reserve Central Labor Union issued a state CHARITY BALL NEXT WEDNESDAY SHOPPING CROWDS SHOPPKRS WARNED PLEASE MERCHANTS ABOUT PICKPOCKETS Governors here brought excited dis cussion but yielded little hint of what it was all about Some of the bankers emerging said they talked about everything Mast of them ment denying reports that would be a general labor strike of 200000 men to support the sym pathy movement He said such a strike would be against labors policies The largest shopping crowd of the j year visited this city last nisht Traffic marls were frequent but there Final 1 lailS MaClC for Outlew accidents resulted as the horde HIND CHILDREN ABUSED CHARGE Shoppers today are warned to fir on the alert for pickpockets who found two victims here last night Philip DcGota of Brandywine KxNtllSC 111 N ay that Ihe Democratic reso lution for Impeachment of Ihrcc judges of Appellate Courts wns ruled out on a leclmicallty at I lie extra session of the nssembly Tnlbot char actcfinccl the rialiineni as an attempt j to make capital out of the higher forth In the Act of 1U31 At a meeting held last evening in Media Borough Council clumbers represent n lives and solicitors of Ihe boroughs of Media CollhiBdale Lans dowueSwarlhmori nndDiirbyand the townships of Nether Providence Upper Providence nnd Haverford dcclaVccl that probably within Ihn next few rluys their praspcctivo municipalities will flatly refused to be drawn even into and the administrations recovery a general conversation regarding their program I meeting Meantime the P R T will send of buyers hurried to repch their Summit told police that while he bOCial LVCnt 111 destination Police forgot about their was in a central 5and10cent store task of tagging automobiles which his wallet containing in cam Armory were parked on both sides of the a check for 3100 and his automobile i streets in the central shopping ronc cards was stolen Final plans are being made for the nd wcrc for several 1 The other victim was Herman hours in places where normally only Webster 30 West Seventh street j whose wallet was taken from his courts The jurists lo which reference was j authorize joining In the legal action made In the impeachment rcsoluwhich was Instigated by the Media tion are Justices John W ICephiut I Borough Council through George T 1 OUllSStcrS JMoillhs nl Sclialla1 of tlie Stir Uutler borough solicitor and Mr j prcme Court ami Judge Thomas J Ervin who figures promincntlv In tha NVeiC Hound Vlln Tape BiildrUIge of the Superior Court school directors similar appeal However the monetary moves were representatives to a Public Service i Cuant5 Ball next Wednesday eve hour parking is permitted believed impending as a result of the I Commission hearing in Philadelphia ning in the Armory Arrangements j Tuesday to show cause why certifi are complete for boxes The mx TRENTON rsey N J Dec Speaker Tnlhot declared the state ment o Chairman Van Dyke mcn j lioncd a possible DenxicnUtc cancli Among the subjects reportedly disj catcs to operate three taxi cab com ussed was a SOcent dollar along j panies should not be cancelled The Thomas plan for nationalization j citation against the company con mas spirit wiui specir f I ifMtrlc ir Inc In riTnviHp various of flnnr 1 no hour parking is permitted j whose wallet was taken from his sey pressed investl date for governor to bu utterly false noted thitt the board has not complied Every store benefited by the in clothing while he was boarding a tro today into charges children The Impeachment resolution the with Section 18 of Act 348 insofar ux of buyers and moststores on i lev car at Sixth and Welsh street had been cruelly disciplined at ihc nvm wns improperly drawn us they have not revised the new as Third street Edgmont avenue Webster was in a crowd and was bo Arthur Sunshine Homr for minrl i s Ulc lsuv tUis After a thorough examination of the Act of 1031 in rcsnrds to ments changes and appeals it VVKI noted thiit the board has not complied cu with of gold special lighting Under Thomas plan the govern ment rather than the federal re serve banks would obtain the profit tends it has failed to provide safe j various kinds of floor lights spot men and saleswomen were engaged and transportation i West Market street remained open uni ing jostled when Ihe dip not his p m Many additional salesj pockctbookwhich contained SM and to the House In that manner case but have entirely disregarded jliahls and baby spots will enhance handle the rush business and even I the background of Christmas trees as midnight shoppers could be The P R T and union leaders had the little to say about the strike situation and the beauty of theladies seen homeward bound cards PIANO babies at Summit while the president j 1 cannot lt the statement of Hie new figures choosing rather to ofthr institution came to its defensc chairman of Democratic I accept realty valuations which wcro entered on the book1 over three years Continued on rage Elelilccn aio It is llurcfore not revision it jt js contended but a complete shclv DETECTIVES SEARCH or the 1931 wiitch should have automatically thrcuii out William J Ellis commissioner ot institutions and agencies announced he nnd several members nf his starT would meet nt the homo today from any revaluation of goid at a today Spokesmen on both sides inti At 10 oclock there will be a floor MUI of leading merchanls r a5 something smaller lower rate I mated they were awaiting word from j show or Dance Divrrtiscircni from attributed the last minute crowd to np mignt nave Rot away with J rieti faucuci 01 isewaiK a T nrrkM t vr 1 If the gold were called into the where Attorney GencralUHe Smcdlcv Junior robbers who forced entrance to former Conmon Pease judge ami j JTQR WOMAN all the old Ilcurea of 1031 32 and 33 trcasurv and the government then i Cummings has the matter under Boat with th tan dUTers fortnight and all declared thcv will i lhc headquarters of the Progressive inembcr of theL board of governors to It wns further noted in the bill that stabilized around 50 cents it would consideration and solo dancers Following this there i until midnight j Club 232Broomall street were accusiitloiis pvlpnsivp sparph is hLi1E con a majority of uumlcipalitics in Del be able almost to double the currencyRepresentatives based on the gold and thus make a drivers voted to profit estimated at around today but dairies 000000 j milk routes were manned B The silver program under which But lew disorders were reported to t ters citizens who has been untiring the treasury will in effect pay 64j police Several taxicabs were stoned in his efforts to make this the first two cabs were burned and two truck Charity Ball a success The Chester Continued on Page Eighteen drivers were attacked i Hospital is the beneficiary of the af Police Superintendent Le Strange i fair ordered his 4400 officers to remain on The committee has expressed Us continuous duty pending develop appreciation lo everybody who has contributed to the ball to the Com statement issued at Summit XMAS SPIRIT POOR KIDDIES TWO DRUNKEN DRIVERS NABBED j A Walfingford youth who prema Lireiv celebrated Christmas in this TXJ tureiy city last night crashed into UO au tomobiles during a chase and cventu allv crashed into a pole at Brook haven overturning his car hope expressed by Presideiit He identified himself as Dmytro for a pact on other monetary bases1 AT COURT HOUSE1READY FOR PARTY that the four children removed by New York State authorities because of the alleged cruelty had derived improvement from their stay Dr James H Foster assistant New York State commissioner of welfare i disappearance arc unusual mingham township The circum stances connected with the womans It is be aware county seem to be in favor of retention of llic new31 valuations that great Mjustic is being done to lhc governing bodies and rcaidenlr vrcncc Ncgvo ot many borQUKlu and townships in which iUenow opcraling on a shoe announced in Albany the four chil lime 10 p dren had been taken out because of the failure of the managers to remove lieved that she was demented nt the last Saturday she e v pft hp of Lawrrncc string budget that the new jvssess ments despite some illeeulnrltles are infinitely fairer and more equalized than the previous ones and that the retreat action of the board was taken before ninny individuals and bodjei were given nn opportunity to voice The offices in ths court house at A scene that will be rciner Media arc gsy with Christmas by nil who arc fortunate mings which have blossomed forth vitncs u wiu b PnactetJ within tne past dav or two I Christmas trees most of them i between 4000 nnd 5000 disclosed by Ellis until brilliantly lighted with varicolorcd cf driiUrs poor children Hvjllg lar and started down the road A form of resolution to be drawn which never left by Mr Butler will be mailedto at nnv lime She began to the boroughs townships nnd school rtsinB which caused the district in the county asking that Martha Archie i they join in tlw court action In an i i nci rsnclallv Mnrtha Archie i incy join in uw court action in ai mbrrcd that a girl had been compelled o cjllj tQ hcr fromtheir houscs ror endeavor to revive tiie new 3i as Sd SRg S urT J J investigation for weeks but were not i the cold KUIES ON STATIC inrl Kr fil r t 1 i 111111 Cll 111111111 llrU lllhlllll U1C 1U III areooed Apparent Iv I and unfit to drive a car a j opening f I been received bulbs wreaths of holly and other i tertaincd and presented Christi salt1 hearing in police court this morning Many traders were absent fiom the Theleere an given decorative material and garlands of if d nt ihn t isolatetl on the charges of drunken driving market for over Uie Christmas hoh laifrel have transformed the usual j Stallle plinary and failing to stop following an acci day All commodity markets wili bein at 9 oclock The refresh workaday t dent Magistrate Michael A Honan i closed here and in other centers add a lne rttr1 lnln places held bail for court i ing to dullness All London markets Cameron Donate Jr of Milmont were closed and they will remain i who chased the youth testified he closed until Wednesday witnessed Lesnys car crash into the I As in the previoussession most Car of John H Tinlcy 31 Sixteenth i tivity centered in the mining group avenue Prospect Park at Fifth street j although profittaking there reduced i When Lsny failed to stop prices U S Smelting lost li points he trailed his car and when they S3 American Metals was down i reached Twelfth Lcsny figured in his his car ramming appsarance of the offices j that cheer Continued on Eighteen I visitor alike In several i loo prominent one may ARBY LIQUOR of mistletoe j and Washington Theaters i will en 7 he investigation has thus far Ellis she not rcluln homc WBnJ with Christi salt1 brouglu evidence only of ofl hns not becn sccn illoc the Stanley i imPOPCr Uuvrences yard measures IN BANK BUILDING Gayly decorated trees A thorough search of the surround VATICAN CITY Dec r t shovv at 9 a and will Pope Plus Xr Christmas HARRISKURO Pa Dec received by a stale institu tion such as hospitals aliould be kept separate from the general fund of the Commonwealth according to a Attorney General He pointed put the administrative section 10 of tho dealing with this Hilf Hill Recorder of ed of Deeds later when tiie last and Kerlin streets i at 20 International Nickel down to be located in the Darby Bank fc coast County his second accident nt CCITO DC Pasco down i at Trust Building on the northwest Dickel and District AI the automobile of I 36 and Kennecott down at 20i corner of Ninth and Main streets j MacCartcr Jr T The state liquor store for Darby is Malachi S Panj he An hour before the show bog Treasurer William L TheTcVof Uie Wi f Harvev Upland street Howe Sound was slightly higher m the banking room vacated by the employes of the county commissioners I ie ticke of ed in been given ri Christmas lucssasc today when a score of Carcli WelRhs about 120 pounds and is 1 door of the thcalo nals bended by Cardinal Pignatelli Might complexion She was dressed gins the Di Bclmonte dean of the collude of black ami wore neither hat nor shoes pi i i ii t She formerly worked at Mendnnhall j brougla hohfilv nnd at Chaclds Ford One daughter Topicsoflloies Christ mas comes but once a yeari driving Halls machine onto the side walk I Again the Intoxicated driver stepped on the gRS and sped out through Up land and thnn to Brookhaven his I General Motors opened at 3ti oft on 1000 Chrysler lost a point to 53i U SSteel small ctric The Pops was enthroned in the hall i Rose Cotton livesat Mcndenhall nnd j facially when you have five Council hist car will jcmembci the postoffice yesterdav bv dis recalled the accomplishments of the office or with local police girl passing land in Catholic Church and expressed man who Invented the proverb s belter to give than receive probably opened his Christina presents by this time A second corkscrew driver wn arrested in this city this morning i LONDON Dec 23 after his car rammed the parked iti American dollar fluctuated within in height formed in INS Th The pres uull0 1753 had its first homc Laryc cuts of fresh ready lor them giimpfi ent builciin is I hree stories roasting with a complete assortment i Christmas Ev the upper floors brin of Brocerics and vegetables were m t seemed hard an JAL CLUB WEATHER FOR THE the portals of the sympathy with the sorrows of the j b the most ordcrlv fashion Predicted the establishment have been right lo let rcal worldjieace down after showing e of happiness last JS b V OVMav ij Faij Wcalhcr is predicted in East the goinp TXT O crn Pennsylvania New Jersey Dela i 11 viviv jt wiij ie mOrtly cloudy tomorrow A new in police court next Tuesday morn ing POLICE MAGISTRATE 1 1 CHIMNEY BLAZE A checked afternoon about 2 oclock jn j by the Concord Fire Company The blaze was in the chimney of the homc i Jimmy Devlin Jr former Scrnntnn tiuouchout the year into wh boxer now sorvins a prison sentence pennies are dropped fr i in Philadelphia for robbery has mncic tjmo to t0tai collection throughout tho year A box for the purpose had r been kept irsUhc transcribing room which from 1 af Evcn when fin i and the money refused ua iiour i tQ in wjtii any degree of speed j isr me ecu mfmijcrs of the Civic Council kept i j witli PVCR thai wonderful picture of last met by lmtji success crowned their efforts constantly Roy Seaman says anyone can get along at Christmas without a tree or the holly but you cant get along without the berries Yesterday we had a touch of sprint but today Christmas touches to be the vogue i A bachelor mav feel lovely social organization to be The highest temperature here yes Christmas time but he at least OF WILD CONFE Vito Marclictti of West Second known as The Seventeenth Street tcrday was fil degrees at 3 p m knows that he has no coin bills facing Social Club has been organized by i which equaled the highest ever re ijm ncxt a number of residents in the vicin corded here December 22 The lowJ ity of Seventeenth street and rsl yesterday wns 37 at 8 a m The Our idea of the height of irony is donee avenue The club has its j average of 41 was fourteen degrees giving father a billfold for a Christ headquarters in oflkes formerly above normal for the date and seven mas present used by the late Alderman P P degrees above the average December Oplcsby on Seventeenth street just i 22 last year The maximum was rej LabclVon bottles of whisky sold in cast of Providence avenue Edward j corded previously in 137V Minimum New York this Xmas will have to tell While Magistrate Michael A Honan of Antoni Testoni at Glen Mills Two will not conduct police court on women both of the Testoni house Chrismas Day he will visit police hold were in the house when the fire i youths but whrn shown a picture of headquarters tomorrow nigh and was discovered and sent for the Con his father old Jimmy Devlin formr hear cases of trivial offenders so that cord firemen No damage was re boxer police said young Jimnvs no unfortunate will have to spend Christmas behind the bars Yesterday and this morning the genial committing magistrate was lenient with inebriates and others rested for minor offenses discharging j most of those who faced him i The spirit of Christmas has reigned around police headquarters and City Hall for several days police distrib uting several wellfilled baskets yes terday to the families of deceased of cordcd bravado collapsed and he confrssprt Master Had Need of Car He Lost in Old Graveyard Suit has been filed at Media by Mies Sadie Gorman of this city against Robert of 7235 Vito implicated Philip Doyle 20 of Prnn street near Third street and James Doyle 23 of Seventh and Pol icr streets both of whom wove ar yesterday and turned over to compensation i in an accident at Fiftyseventh and Catherine streets Philadelphia Miss Gorman claims that the automobile of John J Chesney in which she was a passenger was struck by ihc Half the residents of Concordville An hour later the next port of call was AUornev Will urn1 MacCailer Jr I LiCl VM Ol k 1 VAH7 I li1 tV4Liltli 1JV1I Guilford road Upper Darby claiming Dclcclivc Raymond Grubb of Chcs for injuries received ter countv Will be First Person to Come of Age in Antarctic XTY OPTP J 1 tfl J Tlwnksgiving Day A number of peo ple who used to send us cheap cigara forgot about it this year After watching the Christmas shop pcrs last night we are convinced thai many a man loses his balance when he agrees to accompany his wife on New York a our of the stores Clarrncn Pepper superintendent of William McConnick of Lansdownc J will journey to the Slot of the Byrd Antarctic studios of the Columbia broadcasting the program transmitted to mas and a vcrv Ncw HTi1 PTVT P1 1 1 IN I U I U11 1 ho will cdrtnuc hi 2isi In conclusion the column wishes all birthday January 3 U going to re e awakened in the wee hours of time X of a tlcourt wasp wHh of the most extraordinary he nnd it is possible that riiv rnnirniirr inhn hccn icrday morning by au unkuown Council a proup that will furnish poor rcvclrr who insisted in bawling at ilomcirs one thai he be allowed to children wilh Christmas toys candy the top of his lunss that hr had lost come in and cct wprm wrrr met with and a party on Christmas morning his ear and didnt know where to nMinct disfavor by member of the rr Vpnov TP i find it House after house he visited ooctorr houscholc Finally wailing TRAIN am was driven away from each with and shouting his troubles the MISSOULA Mont Drc INS oaths imprecations and male troublcEOine individual disappeared Olympian crack Milwaukee dlctionn The stranded celcbrator Came the dawn and with it the a Sun raM by his many friciui in the P Frank in Tiitppan id sae held in the mad A eommR Unpcr Darby on April 1 consisting of Lewi Rcvcllo Frank presents on record Ali reception of signals from the Uup he Will be 10000 miles from pert is satisfactory she will hear home aboard thr R S Jacob Ruppcrt Ham answer her gremlins from he below tnr Antarctic Circle Me bottom of the his mother Mrs party will be Clara Hie Weather suit wii filed Borton Weeks f Attomcy J TO SPREAD XMAS CHEER Members of the Delaware County passenger train was marooned found himself on the porch finding of the missing automobile a j 55 washouts today at Drcxc Mont i of mc home of BcrtSchnftdcr Con new with one rear tire missing j 30 miles west of here withindica corcl who lives on the It was resting quietly amid the tombi lions that it would not be able to move Chester road next to the Dante stones in the little graveyard of the L Christmas Cheer Association who arc for four or five davs Orphanage Concord Meeting About noon time planning their twentyfifth celebra i Bert was surprised and angered to yesterday a man appeared among ths tion for spreading cheer among un DIVORCE SUIT FIIKD i see a dark form leaning against a throng gathered around the derelict fortunate children in the county met porch railing and shouting at him j explained briefly RENO Nev Dec Dl Whores my car Bert in no nerd of his vchic vorce suits on fils todny inciuds Wil rrrUin tcnvs let ctrancr know rncl then lim Sailer vs Ruh Naomi Sailer that hr nicl no knew nor criie Ahvoutrh Ihe maze and Mr Dryden was in of the affair Mr Pepper thanked his fellow workers for the gift and promised to make good use of it at his fav orite sport hunting SKEKS APPOINTMENT WASHINGTON Pec F o r e c a s Pennsylvania McConnick extend birthday from 10 to 1030 p m EST over the cloudy with liRbl rain Sunday ami s and best wishes to him by Columbia network soin portion tonight Possibly s of short wave radio from New McConnick and his brother were snoiv or rain in north portion Sunday rn in Lansdownc and after attend Warmer Sunday McConnick the youngest of the ing grammar school there were gradWestern Pennsylvania group of men who will spend nearly uatcd from Lansdowne High School probably followed by rain Sunday two years on the ice at Little America j They both studied aviation and when alllj jn cxtrcme north portion to will be the first person ever to come j Admiral Byrd decided to take an Hiffht slijrlitljwarmer in cast of age in the land of icebergs and autogyro plane to the Antarctic for tonight and in cast and south portions i penguins As a special treat for him i aerial survey work William was Sunday William Ward of Eighteenth street the regular Saturday niirht radio pro chosen as pilot Mrs McCormick of the Byrd Expedition on moved to Montclair after William departed with the expedition and will main with Joseph until the ad nUirinfT member of the family re Media Pa 1827 cruelty i his car was and sent him on his cone i the Chester district i who will take office on January 1 i Joseph at His home in Momclair Ni turns homc TOIIAVS TEMPERATURES 6 n m42 10 a m 7 mSMI a ra 8 n m Noon J 9 a ra 44 4 50   

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