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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TONIOHT WE DANCC FOR CHARITY FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TK 17781 Dallv Ieanrt Wire npnorts of UnUcrt pirns I UP and Intcrnattontil News Service IINSI CHESTER PA WKDNKSDAY 27 1033 PJUCK TWO CENTS STATE LIQUOR STORE CLERKS AREAPPOINTED Two Chester Residents Are Among Those Who j Passed thc Examination i STAYS IN MOSCOW ARCHITECT MADE1 BID DIE SUBMITS CONTRIBUTION TO RELIEF PROGRAM CAMPAIGN FUNDINBOARD REPORT Several Residents of the County Are Named for j Various Positions Appointment of 24 clerks to State liquor stores in this county was anj nounccd yesterday only two of the number being residents of this city The appointees are the successful can dates who took the examinations at i Media on December 1G The Chester men appointed are Harry Kaplan 622 West Third street and Jack D Levin 914 East Twenty first street i The only choice job going to this j county was won by J Ralph Saileri thwaitc 41 of Gladstone Manor near Uuisdowne who was notified that he i received the highest average among the applicants who took the cxaminaj tion for the post of controller of the liquor board a position that pays a year The fact that Satterthwaite may j not accept the position was yesterday j revealed by his wife who said he only took the examination as a test and that he did not expect to win My husband is a certified public accountant and right now his own g SCENE OF FRENCH RAILROAD CATASTROPHE A d mils Transaction at Director of Pa Ettu Hearing on Appeal of Group Macks Payments Controllers Report j in Cash Only for Taxpayers Outlines to Pinchot Ilis Will Seek to Have County j tory of Work Sees Eco Officials Surcharged nomic Normalcy Clarence W Bvazer architect who1 HARRISBURG Dec INS icccivcd Jrom the countv of Pogiam of planned social and rco T iionuc order to nstire to all Delaware for designing the plans for hc ackbol0 of lvhich bf a a liibsvculosis hospital which kmRlim rlief program with pay never built admitted yesterday that mcnls in dash and cash only wrs he gave State Senator John J Me recommended fov IsmiKylvaniu today Clure of the money as a con jn ic report of Eric H Biddln dtrcc tnbution to the campaign fund1 i or of the state emergency relief This testimony was brought out by j board to Governor Giflord Pinchot A B Geary local attorney at Media i Outlining in detail the 14month J lie railrniil fn France irhicli casf i pill over liullikiy merriment IlirouilKiiit Hie ivwld K iihturcd i MOST BANKS IN POOL I Desmond called 10 thc witness stand noinic normalcy the report bluntly today admitted that 54 checks which stated a contractor received from the County i stand today rt the partini of Delaware in 1S29 and 1930 were ho ways in one direction lien breaki turned over to him nnd deposited to j down and the otnci ai the credit of his personal bank acj planned social and economic urcier thc count i lirst principal of which should be thc These cheeks ictalcd They I assurance of security for all 1 Or t I I II IK I A I Illm T UIl LUU It 1 rVV 1 lUll may turn it Harisburg today matter Satterlhwaite a said If this I permanent he He went to lo decide the Quaker has no of the 14500 SeekingInsurance Uv rnvovnntmit j work done by Morsun at the rate of j hand whereupon a partial correction j umLriimuil 5250 per hour i has been devised The eilcct is riisi Mr Desmond explained by saying i jointed legislative and social action WASHINGTON Dec that Morsun owed him money on a i the preservation of institutions which rim umiov vim o 13693 of the countrys 14500 noie in the Delaware County National have long outlined their usefulness j rirlir inn ihn npnartmnr of operating banks have applied for Bank in 1927 and Morsun agreed lo The establishment of a permaj in uhich conducted membsrshiP in thc Governments turn over all thc money he earned to relief administrator should be i nnounccd the bank deposit insurance pool which him Desmond and thc latter was to developed on an entirely nrw foundnj of sK dftrict supcrin becomes effective next Tuesday Wai pay off Mornms note and also pay lion and as part of a conipleic pro lllff Illegal i SON Fair and colder is the prediction Li A I i JLIV In today in Kastirn Pennsylvania New Jonov ntiuvair and Murylimd It QTDI A I IT A will bn cloudy tomorrow with slowly i jj J ItUvIV D I fV U 1 U lirinfi temperature followed by snow i The highest tomprraiuie hen yes 1 mi Suffered Serious Motorist Faces Lpndcnt ind five uper tcr J Cummings chairman of the numerous other obligations Morsun gram of social and economic legisla Lesal objection I o the recent ruling decrees below the December last year Maximum temporaluru c for the dnic Is CIS established in lany Claims bUWnltted and minimum iii 10M TVnvl Vc TmiA Much caldr weather has ovrrsprPiid rSCM 1 UCSidaV Ib linie nirMutes from Kastrni Colnnulo and Qol fdi Mrviviiin New Mexico iaMward tti the Appuhi OLl 1U1 IlLUlIll Mountains with no material i elsewhere The sun rises today at li and sets Arrest Couple and Small Child Escape Injuries When Car Is Overturned in teif dents District superintendents carrying a j tlon sald today i Deposit Insurance Corpora had lion A mother and her aynirnld son SBILLION DOLLAR CONGRESS OPENS NEXT WEDNESDAY een Calling for Vast Amounts of Money in Addition to Grants President Preparing Two Messages Turbulent Session lxokcd For WASHINGTON Dec 1iTsidcni Uoosevclt plunged into a wucls preparation today lor the return t Gonprcs It ronssemblcs next Wednesday Tor a session of un determined length If the While House and the Dcm ocrntlc leadership have their way it will be a short session devoted prin cipally to npprovnl of Ihc budget vot ing additional Jjillions of dollars to the furtherance of Uie recovery pro Kiam and revision of ihe lux laws in Onlight of chunked tondlllons since liist June Mr Roose velt nor the Diinocrmic leaders be lieve liny broad legislative iirogrnin In necessary or desirable at this time Hnthrr they believe what the coun I ry necds Is to proceed alon the pathway already marked out by cx iMiiiR legislation Tlie President will submit two inc SIIRCS next week the first dealing with the Rcnorul slntr of ihe nation nnd tlie second with financial rccom mendfttlons Both arc in Mate of p re pa rot ion The regular budget will call for approximately Additional flnanclnu of the recovery program will cull for some more for the the PWA the and for continuation of out r IR hi federal relief It will be a slx biltlondollar Conijress The outlook Is for a turbulcnl ses sion nlthouf the overwhelming Democratic muJorKtcs in both Housei assure complete adminisua llon control The President will be i of the County Board For Tax Asj nt The moon sets nt AAJ a in she in n baby coach had The official also said that in 192ft i Recognizing the possibility of objcci scEsmcnU nnd Revision war mane of and rises at 122 p m remarkable ccupes from serious in minimi m of went to Under the plan approximately 97 i when Morsun began getting thc tion to the recommendations of cash court record this morning at Media 1 Sunrise today was a I 7J2 a m and juries last niyht when both worn minimum l Torresdale cent of all ban deposits of the county work he bad collected lhc relief thc report answered by saying i uhcrc a bill of equity asking thc court MIIISCI will bn at 441 p m Kasirrn struck by ao mUornobile nt Seventh avenue Holmesburg philadclplua country will be insured in full as the check every from thc County If there is any one left at thjs to decide thc action of the board in Standard time and Caldwel streets Damufh of Hemiockcreek involves insurance in full of alH Commissioners He said he look Inte date who would protest against declaring a 20 per cent blanket re Walters of Frankstown i deposits up to 32500 i them to Morsun who endorsed them cash relief as being s dole let it be j auction of assrwments to be illegal All banks affiliated with the Fed after which he Dsmond dcposiied remembered that we are already givj filed before Judge W William road Wilkinsburg Joseph Caprini 114 Shetland Stanlev G Jean i vr anc1 PhiliD V Gundel insurance fund while up to the the amount of 5150 each while others ccssitics of life individual e December 23 a total of were for less amounts i Cash relief affords ihe family avenue Pittsburgh C1al Reserve system numbering 5950 j them in his own personal account mg a dole whether it b uY 1420 State street automatically become members of the j Most of these 54 checks were for j of relief orders for food ing a dole whether it bs in the form Fronefield by rrvcn county icnool or other districts two municipalities and one i FEDERAL WORKS of business The woman Mrs Helen Radoff i3 Green si reel WHS walking in the street thc sidewalks being icecrusted As she nearod Caldwell street she subjected lo morn criticism in ihe new Erosion than he encounlrrccl In the last but It will be morn vocal than threatening to his program Republican policy is to be deter mined next Tuesday the day before the session Senator McNary ot Oregon Republican leader of the Senate has called a cnucttri for Tues to deckle upon a at Community school districts tariing t ringer Beaver road Corapohs QAIirHST stnjll liy 11U iitomobile driven by heast to discuss one llVtioubtfVii jAlcxnnder Blades lormcr police chief there will be any ctitanddried I of Norwood who lulled lo see the j Republican for no other j woman on acimmt of the Ice on Ihe reason lhan that the minority finds windshield of his cur The baby itself splil j couch WHS toppled over nnd the Jn Leslie Grey Gunn 111 North Sixt Continued on Last Tajjc C H Gie xitj u tu uicuLiuii ILL i A v 111 ui i 01 ivlccita ine mcnviouat ixth ficstiqns and all apI was never constructed because the i whereby the primary financial rei wjlo as an objecting taxpaye plications that have been received to County Commissioners did not wish I was Albcn A Rioter of Ha Kath are da3c wvl c examined before the to increase the lax rate Coulmiicd on Last Page mprc VQui Brookline close of the ea r t d th lan for Media Improvements fnnl Wnlteriuuied to thesnow j Blades took the woman and child NVOlIvS lo their home and lett promishiy to j return with a doctor but police or thp w 370 todav ouuced todai i lhis that he fulled close of the3ear The architect drew thc plans for Directors of thc Federal Deposit the hospital which was originally i TKIHI Insurance Corporation vill meet this supposed to cost Later tj r to kocp his promise The womans Judge Fronefield snt next Tuesday v thn AclsoT Boai huhiVid thrcntuncd to have a war 1 January 2 as the date for a prelimin rrl Public Works as recently IT rant issued for Blades arrest charp ted coivcd in applications for loans and W him with assnult and battery by Totld and their HATVJPV avy licarinc Thc bill was present MMSUAJj iby Attorney Harold L Krvin In their coinpiMiiit the prouiv 1 i pranus tor various projcrts 11 I lip nnnlirnI inn if JII Vllf i Tl I he 1 forth thru nt the November in ls lllr PPlcntion of thc Ken clauihler sustnined injuries nls niifl onph of Mcdin for SIOOOOO tr lie used tenlny when their automobile was hi iitoinnblle 111 L Mr nnd Mrs W F Almost half he Republican mem bership of the Senate for example Is Continued on 1acc Ten KIDDIES CROWD COASTINGHILLS of water works crowded oil Concord road near Fcl 1011 causing the cir to upset Todd The snow covered oily streets furnihod much pleasure today for Ihn kiddie1 particularly those who re ceived slrdr Enrly this mnrnilif I lie youiirstcrn nssrmblinR with their sleds nt project drawn by j told local nolicf Hint thr other car The response to the ticket sales has i construction Finance Corporation j certain fund Gearv asked the wit Harriett Oliver Zcna Hunter and TT 7 and there will be i Millions of dollars have been poured Incss Mary Kelen Birchard Hie latter is SNOW HAMPERS many persons from all points in DelI into the nonmember banks of the After momentary hesitation Brazer scentary of the girls work depart nidiij j i i j menc of the association who returned aware county and adjacent counties present to mingle with the Chester group The entertainment and dance music features will be eleborate One cf the leading dance orchestras of the east has been engaged and there will be a cabaret show brought here from one of the leading night clubs of Philadelphia Also Smcdley School Myers acting Iho Public Administration engineer lor thc j Slate calls for the construction of a 12foot impounding dam on thc Ridj i driven by Charles Smith 31 Race this in Martin Bennett but no HOfi Parker Continued on Page Ten i To whom did you pay the money i today from a visit to the home of her i I paid it to the campaign fund i parents m ElmyraN Y SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION s I I students will present a program of Hjrh School BcillST inTMCrTnlmprit Represented at Sessions in Philadelphia unusual merit Manv dinners will br held prior to the ball and the gathering is pccteri to be one of the most brilliant in many months The floor show will be started promptly at 10 oclock PENNSTSTNCOME 1 INCRE of the organization Brazer said t oo And what was the name of the 1loi man you it to asked Geary i c replied Brazer the S15000 check in Since December 1 when local October 1930 and thc was pnid police inaugurated a drive to curb months after1 traffic and parkins violnlions a total The architect of H32 motorists have been taspen the entire was paid The As the result of the campaign j County Commissioners then decided city treasury is richer by S358 which not to build the hospital Thc TRENCH DIGGERS I ley CrMkon property now owned by the Borough of Media The project which has been thc chief topic of discussion in meetings of the Borough Council will when completed give tluv borough increased water capacity for regular consump tion and for fire protection and svill raise the capacity of the plant to several million gallons a day New j machinciy In llu1 pump house take care of tin1 arailable Inct the capacity of the impounding will also be insailed as part of the street employed by MillerFlounders Continued in 5agc Ten Men employed on thc city Civil Works Administration operation hi I the First ward where a sewer line jUB is installed through vacant i ground bounded by thc Chester Rural cemetery and slrcil west of Edginout avenue lhc task of shoveling awrv thc inver of WHITE COLLAR every available place where a incline happened to bn located and started to enjoy the fun of coasting Enow which began falling yesterday morning about G oclock and then was followed by rain nnd hall after it had reached a depth of about four inches froze during the night and was briiun hns been tho biorrl moTrt riirr frtfl fr iM riiuii approval of the taxpavcio lias Geary stated yeneiday that he is j I I niadc elcgnnt coasting today Places where lhc largest crowds turned out in the western section ot the city were on Lloyd street between rtr i rtn Front and Seconds streets Fowler I I A I I I HI IN I KUwt between Ninth and Eighth and 1 llwJIjlj 1 k3 I lOnple sticct between Eleventh and Ninth street Nearly a hundred r coasters were enjoying the sport ac ions to i Approval Sliltc be latter location at noon and from crease in T j present indications the weather will ingjrtam AdnHlUSlralor IS NOW continue favorable for Ihc youngsters Awaited by Group j Thc Pennsylvania School Press As protest hip agaiiwt every cmt of the police but notyet delivered At irTnt in Ipociation will hold its annual con S33464 that Brazer received and will j command of Mayor Ward thc police i FnhruViv i Prrlininiiry steps are underway are not so active this week bin will f i volition today and tomorrow in thc ask that thr County Commissioners University of Pennsylvania as a part be surcharged for the entire amount continue the drivt after January 1 of the annual meeting of the Penni sylvania state Education Association C ontnmcd on Last Registration will begin today ai Thr project has been so changes in the water supply system i completrcljns it is believed by Council that UicIcUtlt to tlp local jlul j pleasure throughout thc day and probably longer V S COU PIUCK UNCHANGKB WASHINGTON Dec fINSt on February 15 the deadi importance of IhesiM of the projccii project for For thc seventh business day ths line set for the completion of CWA dcinsmds the consideration of every of Ulc socalled rice of nowlv mined domestic aold allotments finnnda A be Projects along referred to last CWA of the t Ki nmio mcrdodnv The comnanvs gross revenues for called for February fi nt which As thc snow swirled over the open voting resident of the borotiRh will vck Ulc Delawnrc iuu win toaay at rnTvjTR A i Angeline Ricchi 15 of 526 West i fields it drifted in the trench and have an opporlunity to express his or a m Bcnnctt Hall Thirty 1 U UUlN L 1 UUS i Front street who was yesterday rei in many places filled it to a depth i her opinion regarding the Improve THR WORK i Ported missing to police was located of several feet The work was haitrd mrnt I 5 nVM i M TI i i i i rtc that houlc thn unu i tcinplntcd for this area will if np oui under the price of newly mined domestic remained unchanged at S340G per ounce the R F C announced today Thc previous price had been S3401 the Iincaultorim TCSidcnl N S A fo supenntcndciH to the e comnanvs gross re f lh 11 monlfVwas a do Ulc Phiiaoclplna schools and Dr which wi crease of SGE7fi249 as compared with the same months in 1D32 XJ S TRKASURY RALANCF stores were sity of Pennsylvania will ad of the Delaware County Chamber of ctrcss thc delegates i Commerce yesterday afternoon the At 330 sectional meetings in Ben successful bidder for the work being nelt Hall will be addressed by Miss i Frank Kcrr Eddystonc WASHINGTON Dec Eleanor Morton of the Philadelphia John Mclntyre was awarded thc con Thc Treasury net balance for Drcenii Lcagcr and Miss Mary Mullineux of i tract for the work to be done at the bcr 22 S Miscel the Academy of Fine Arts Isador Media store the tart by thcrc insl yostcrday Topacsof limes lancous internal revenue receipts that Feinstcin and Jerry Doyle will Thc contracts demand that day wrrc 5358939366 Customs re resent thc Philadelphia Record ivoik be completed in five days s ceipls for thc month through Dccem In the evcnins an informal rcccp ine today The buildines here tion will be held at the Poor Richard located at Third and MaVkct streets Club the hosts being thc Quill Jour and at 2001 Wcsi Third street Work i WRS started on both buildings COLD STILL GRIPS EAST AND WEST bcr 22 were In the evcniiis an ine todayV The buildings herc arc Relief Double Ef FLIES WITH BABY TO CHEAT DEATH SUN COMPANY TO EPA IK 2 DREi Snow arrives to thrill kiddies rearii authorities with j a Timcs headline And we might iwcr building All add to make the poor poofs who had es of the work will i to shovel it Irom thc sidewalk howl be handled from thc Federal Rei with rngc employment oiliccin the old Grihamj i School streets Eleventh and Madison A Hollywood woman got married at No information is available HOPSFS WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press Continued on Page Ten several days ago by laborers Speeding Aviator lirinirs forts to Avou Suffering j Child From Texas io AmongNeedy j except at thc new offices in thc Crozcr building which will be fiinclioninp as The War Department yesterday soon as all matters pertaining to the I announced the followiiift contract i survey work are approved at award one day nnd divorced a few days later Which seems like taking your husbands name in vain and Drydock n is anlicipaird Ihiit should thc J lacl to strctch a Company or repairs to thf prozrnni br npprovcd it will UrcciKrs W I Marshall nnd William i piovide jobs for approximately TJoU r f n T Nrw York District Nimi added 500 words to the average pcr laltim01C lor UpOiatlOn bcr I Clmiinnrdonraselciiironx vocabulary but we wouldnt so i They say Hint broadcasting AT EPSOST DOWNS Avenue Ircnr F Gcorfr Xittcn Nancy 2FprKCt Not Wisr Ecldir Acanaldn Unnlimr Ol tcrrop Gold Repeater Tttlsa Old Over Six Millions On Payrolls of the U S BALTIMORE Dec donlh and thc challenge of WASHINGTON Dec i Falling temperatures today brought era thiPitc nf aridilinnil InvdOiins luixaidous flying weather James R gra thieats of additional haidship Wedcl notcd spccr pjot lotlav to inhabitants of tho eastern his racinu monoptone 10 a the United States which yesterday andhlg al Losairfield here after a was lashed by a baby blizzard and r2hour dash throuuli bhinketed under a heavy snow i Relief workers redoubled thcir efforts to avoid suffrrinR among thc 12hour dash stormy skies from Houston Tex to save the life of 1 flvcmonthsold Expect Price List Today On State Stores Liquor National Recovery Administration of yi3 i deaths directly aiributabic o Ihr Kurbus Ir Rill nipper Giurirfc AVrathcr cloarty track fast WASHINGTON DEC On out of every 0 pron in thc W ImmXrcirK Sub rf ftuthortty 2800 from thr rocky Mountains to the country hs a federal position cf onr projccs kind or another Never in pcrcn time infnn Sue Trammell da1 waiting ambulnrcn While is j tin Stair Lioicn Control thr blonds that will be nflcrrd con nifhinp the worV to have lain And if they do thry not tcllinp dare print any of them With the price of liquor going to remain where it is few will have to make a New Year resolution to stop drinking An advertisement says that soup consumption Is increasing Maybe it only sounds that way pipes Dave Andcrson is 2Ji7 liquor Morn The that a radio crooner voice when struck over the last Vnllfy trmprvAlures prcvnilcd Hvpiii fh T far K T I a has thr prrrrnlase brcn so hich Pinuiyivauia dosnl seem to have iruiv for btivinrrs irxt Tundav HIP fMTMsht thr lawmakers of New hcd vllh a WM probably morninc tndiiMtions no that there York hinn ns in the Empir State by omc manufac 10 will be no mad nir of cuMnmcrs an oriict was iwurd Ihnt all liquor lllr1 Tho r who buy Ikiuor rrtld in would have to bear Thr avcraar tsbloid newspaper the conlcnts his State the populace no accorded the same typo of safe by either the State or munici Hcalth officials seemed to The Weather Belgian Hard Hit Rislil istration j adniinlstratdfs Peter Blues Credit System Talj Regular government employes total Federal Alcohol Control Adminis htlah about 577000 Tlie army has IlOOOO ration Go with several hundred Purple Rnbc Camp men thc navy nnd thc marine corps more probably to bn employed after Oak Anne Arnndcl 94000 and the postofiicc department Congress acts on liquor were the onw on to iv lif4 itniilr i lAiiIi oMirnn i wlntery blasts lnsl wcok ancl Ambulance attaches wont buy it Former Judge iiiLiTv In New York City and other larpe MrsTrammoll bore little Sue to thc i Robert S Gawtiirop of West Chos urban centers traffic still was handi ambulance cappad by yesterdays snow Many Trammcll were reported In New boarded the ambulance tcr chairman of the board declared overlooked this important angle WASHINGTON Dec highly educated ncv liquor a s t e r n Pennsylvania salesmen who passed tests fit for a college professor mipht know every thing about jisychology trignometry or what have you inu uori ask them Boss Title Snowcloud 90000 exclusive of those listed as reg Federal Emergency Relief Admin Hannah Mortise On Von ylar employes Other federal agcn istration H4 York 32500 workers 20000 recruited quick clash to tno tier Cherokee Sal Gracious Iarty cics ind corporations omploy about Farm Credit Administration 6059 from tlie unemployed labored all childs father and otlv t ncssrter Miss M Lulz Wracia 25000 more who rrc not listed as Federal Home Owners Loan Cor lo clear streets llp llartv followed Immediately in a ordered any yet win probaoly continue io Icdrral workers on thc records paration 150QO taxi In place of thc Canadian rye the own liquor TasUcr nicncr The number of men and women Federal Deposit Insurance Corpor CHICAGO Dec The child was placed under the ob state liquor stores are fioins to ofTcr Gawlhrop Ktrtf that it is tnn de norish Amulet in the more imporiant of the alion 2000 t ft rod by deathdealing blizzards lhat servai ion of Dr Walter K Dandy brain j a blended rye whisky at Sl3 a quart ol the horun to i cansji claimed ripht lives on Lake Michigan who is expected to oppr which is SiIS cheaper lhan thcvama aistjllcr whose product win 1 by frigid temperatures i ate soon although it was Mid the rhtvtpcsi blends now available in h be thc same child was in noimmediate crnscd wholesale housrs nnd hotel Nobody seems to just what Partly cloudy and colder in cast por tion tonight Thursday cloudy and warmer followed by snow or rain Western Pennsylvania Cloudy fol working in the more imporiant of the alion 2000 Royal Sport My Belfy North Vrr new bureaus created by Mr Roosc Railroad Administration 97 non rrintcniiw Thorcse Girl vclt follows Reconstruction Finance Corpora and Kclso AErictiltural Adjustment Adminis tion 2449 i Wealhtr cloudy track fast I tratiwi 3729 Other lesser agencies 5000 Continued on Laitragc i after a preliminary examination i that which Continued on Fagc Tcu TODAYSTEMPKUATlsRKS S a m 11 a m29 7 a m 2RNoon k 25 R a m 21 1 p m 25 fl a m 24 2 p m26 10 a m 23   

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