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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 28, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              MERCHANTS HAVE A GOOD HOLIDAY TRADE FINAL EDITION With All Utet and Best of the Day 58TH 17785 Daliv Wire UP ports of UnKrd 1rrss niul International News Srrviie INK CHESTER A THURSDAY DKCEMHKR JS EIGHTEEN PAGES TRICK TWO CENTS CONGRESS SEE LONG SESSION ON THREE BILLS May Go to Next Summer if President Insists on Certain Measures Food Transportat ion Com munications Proposals Seen Battle Ground WASHINGTON Three legislative slightly interwoven LIQUOR TOTING BETWEEN STATES BANNED BY LAW Pennsylvania Residents WAKMKK TODAY TOMORROW Not cold totiny colder tomorrow and cloudy both dnys in lasteni Iliuisylvnula Now Jersey Delaware and Maryland 1 Thai is lluwenlhcr forecast TinInched loiuperutmi here yesterday 29 degrees at 1201 p in and the lowest was Ili at p m Purchase Supplies The average of 21 wns ten 0 below iiininnl for thc dntn at Stale Stores Dec proposals only with the admin istrations recovery program may force Congress to remain in session through next summer Democratic House leaders admitted today Hopes for early adjournment will be blasted they said if President Roosevelt urges action on the TuBwell food and drug bill permanent trans portationcoordination and commun ication merger proposals All three matters would it was said result in breaks in party ranks Con troversy already has developed about the drastic foot and drug bill Transportation Coordinator East man has been working on a report which he may submit before Feb ruary 1 outlining the need of coordin ation in rail water and truck tvafric The emergency transportation bill enacted last session was only a tem porary device Eastman is now as sembling data obtained from trans portation sources relative to equip merit costs competition between rails This was the dramatic scene at Haltimoics snuwcncruslfd Logan Field as and waterways and duplicating lines jaby Sue Trnmmi11 flnwn from Houston Tex through rnin and snow by Substitutes for the farreaching j Speed Pilot lames K Wcilell was iarrieil from the plane in the dead of Tugwell food and drug bill probably o he rushed to a local hospital for u hrain operation A nurse bears will bff given careful consideration the child to a waitingambulance while Waller Fontlron uncle of the habv Rep Huddleston Dem Ala has anI assists Elliott Tramnieil the father is at the extreme left nounced he will introduce a bill pro Victor of he transcontinental race his year H Urdcll famous specil aviator fifcircd in another and inori spectacular lie flew fivenionUiolc StuTrammel thrnuRh a storm from IJiKislon Tcv lo Baltimore Aids for an rmerscmy brain operation niailc I tic hazardous 1500milc dash al an average spird nf 145 miles an hour is shown i t Logan Iicld Baltimore after lauding BANKS SEND CASH TO TREASURY TO INSURE DEPOSITS Millions of Assessments in Gigantic Pool Operative Tuesday a viding lor labeling by Ihe Bureau of Standards of all commodities Under his plan even clothing would carry Symbols showing grade and quality The proposals for communication mergers affecting radiotelegraph and telephone systems have been submitted to chairmen of Senate and House interstate commerce commit tees for study by the Presidents in tcrdepartmental committee i House Majority Leader Byrns said if the controversial communications proposal comes up svc wont gel i ouL of here until October Rep Treadway Repn Mass sharply criticized ihe method used by the President in proposing legislation last Congress He urged thai the Presidents entire program be laid I before Congress and the people in j his message j We didnt know last session what he would have to act on from day to nay Treadway said If he has a definite policy and program he should confide in Congress in other than a piecemeal fashion WASHINGTON Dec Federal taxation of church and other j most of the countrys bank depositor have their money up t Continued on Pase Seven AN D LODGE WERE GUESTS BABY IN PLANE DASH TAX ASSESSMENT AWAITS OPERATION BOARD ATTORNEYS One Institution Forwards Will Raise dash an with Odd Fellows of all lodges in the district assembled last evening in Odd Fellows Hall Broad and Crosby streets as the guests of Chester Lodge No 263 whose membership turned out to play hosts at a spec rcquilcd their partlcipa ial session of the Grand Lodge ot Pennsvlvania at which the official staff oj the Grand Lodge were guests of honor Prior to the opening of the eve nings program the officers of the Grand Lodge were dinner guests of Chester Lodge officers at an informal dinner served at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street Upon returning to Odd Fellows Hall the visitors and their hosts took part in one of the most in teresting sessions ever witnessed in the local lodge Brief addresses were made by the visiting officials as well ns by a number of members of county lodges A ceremonial session was held and a larpe number of men from the district entitled lo receive the Past Grands degree which is bestowed by officers of the Grand Lodge were honored WASHINGTON Doc Millions of dollars in assessments from thousands of banks today were pouring into the governments gi gantic insurance poo under which s to 52500 beginning Tuesday From present indications fewer than a thousand of the countrys op1 crating 14500 banks will not hrvi Iheir deposits insured in this man c t ner at Ihe first of the year ajiti Synchronized byslClVI Most most of these nre expected to be brought in shortly afterward j Employes of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation have bacn working day and night for weeks in the reexaminniion of ihe countrys Members of the Couny Hiard for i Tax Assessments and Revision passed a resolution pt a meeting in Medial yesterday in which they retainer Attorneys J H Ward Hinkson and tociav took the Rankin to file answers to i the bill in equity iilcd yesterday by several school districts in which lliev ashed for an injunction 10 restrain the fiction of the boprd members in I malins blanket reductions in tax sessments I Ths bill was filed by six school j districts and uvo mumcipaiUs thr latter being Kaverford township niul the borough of Media One vidual Albert A Rieter of Brooklinp from Uydrocephalus i Upper Darby also signed the bill which was presented by Attorney Harold L Ervin The hearing will ha Micld in Equity Court nest Tues day moviilnq before President Judge W Roger Froneficld BALTIMORE Md Dec VP The fiRht to save the life of five monthold Sue Trammell flown here frori Houston Tex for an emergency i brain operation 1 of buildin up lier rosistunce Dr Waller E Dandy famous npiirological surgeon said that an operation if finally determined upon i would nol bp attempted until tp morrow He declared ihc little giris condition was serious but not im 1 mediately critical and he desired to build her up before undertaking the surgery 1 Sue is sufferiii or wutor on ihe brain Wodell irKde a spectacular flight averaging more than 140 miles hour for the 1400 mile the baby here iSSIONER DESMOND TELLS OF TRANSACTION Denies Sharing in Money Received From County hy Hauling Contractor Heavy Fine Provided if Person Brings I Jot tic From Adjoining State Delaware cothity risldinls within n fhovt ride of cllher llustate of Dela ware or New Jersey are placed on tlu spol the stales now liquor laws which provide for a lintnot reiidliiR and imprisoiiminl for OIKyear for any person who brings in any tiuantiiy uf liquor or wine Iroiii another slate At the pivsent limn It is rumored Hint good biiinds of liquors and wines cun be hmiuhl much cheaper hi ui j jaiinl stntes than it will br passible lo buy ufler thc slateoperated stores open here next Tuesday thereby pro viding a temptation for bargain hunt lo bcconusmugglers If one Ls caught a second linnwith n bottle of liquor he ciin be incd no than ami sent to prison or two years The law provides hat a person re siding in this stale must buy liquor in Pennsylvania If he chances to be returning from a visit lo per haps Wilmington Del or Atlantic Cily and is en light with a hot lie con t3 mini one drink he can bo bundled lo Ihe hooscKow nnd later nr in ihe slate courls for comi such n crime The exception is hi Ihc rase of an j importcr who of course can bring in any quantity he Cfin purchase side the state j The slate liquor stores system emulates furnishnc sUuuinrd brands at prices thai will reduce boottagging even if Ihc prices do not discourage i it The slate police State Highway Paj trol and municipal police cnn stop the j importation of liquor into Pennsyl vania but nobody believes the police nre going to be so enthused over the new law thai they will begin senrch ing automobiles and the baggage ol j irnin riders In order to do this It i would require iho standing army ol and 10 URicps below tHi1 aviiiiRp Occrm bcr 2 laHl year Miixluunn Icuipcra luri for Ibc date is 112 iMnbllshod iis KWt nnil minimum R 1JM Sunrbc Icutny ul V2 n in mill sunset will hiut p in iKnMoiii Standard UNEMPLOYMENT IS COMPILED HARVEY SYKES TO SEEK PARDON FROM PA BOARD Application Is Endorsed by Federal Prosecutor of County Rum Trial January K Is Time Setfor Parole Hearing Before Court at Media Inlercslinj Data OlVered Concerning1 Work Ac complished in County Peak of Unemployed Was Reached March Steadv Decline Since A report of unemployment relief in iVnnsylvriiiia compiled by the Executive Uirrclor of the Stale Kmer nency Relief f5oanl mid eovoniir ac tivities throughout I lie slate lor iho period of September 1 to Oc tober 31 1933 mid which luis just In his appeal lo the Stale Board of Pardons Harvey Syker former eoiifilable o ibis city hns the endorse ment of diet A Kryns KOvevnmont prosecutor in I he recent Delaware counly conspiracy trial lu Federal Court Philadelphia Sykes who was one of the govern ments chief wilmsscs In tin Ions IHnl him applied for a piirrton In a titter accompunyinit the pardon peli ilon Mr Koyes wrliis A public serv ice wns reiulored by this man in as sist hip Iho government to clean a very bud silimlloii In Dohuvnre county Kiyos refers to Sykes is a broken sick man and expresses Hit j hope that he will soon be relcnsed Another endorsement of the Syker pililion comes from Myron O CafTey lone of the ace Federal liivCollRiitofs in the case Thiro arc letters from several person In Chester who he i Join In VMiimmeiirtiiig a pardon for S Sykes Sykes Is serving a lirm of six years in the counly prison to which he was sentenced by Button MncDndc In January I Ml after ho been rceiivcd rrivnlji ix vast amount convicted of extortion bribery of Intcnsiins information concerning j conspiracy and mnlffuisancrin offier Ihc work accomplished in DelawareThe former constable who is 53 years counly i old hns been In jull ncavly threes Kxpcndiluro of funds for stale years A vicoiiKldrrnllnn of his appli einei nency relief in the entire Comj callon for parole by the County Court inonwcalth lor Ihe period totaled is scheduled for hearing on January Tables showing thenumber of ensos Appllealion for a pardon by the belni carod for ill the closi o each sllttv board has also been filed by iiionlh if ihe period by Counly Mexican Jofl Rumler another KnifiTcncy Hillcf Boards thiil 1 Court wilneM Ruiulcr dc in ihis county ihe umUcsl casiload I lfllTS ln ns petition thut he was was reachedIn March fM3 when I threnleiuul with imprisonment for his association wilh ARonL CalTov In the Inttecs Ihc Cheeks Used to Pay Off Note Held hy Official Cites Agreement j Checks totaiiiui paid by the county to A F Mcorson a local haul ing contractor were turned over lo nnliniiril nn Last 1acc DEMOCRATS ASK OFFICIALS TO QUIT The Roosevelt Civic lyeaguo organ ized last year has changed name to the Democratic Club of Chester This action was taken ct n meet ing STARS FURNISH CHARITY TIME FOR US GREAT SUCCESS i County Commissioner Jamrs P DCSi Tuesday evening in ihe Y M C A total which wts nboiit nvernge for coimiles of a Kimtlnr na ture The loads for IJeliuviri counly at Ihe close of each month were as follows Sept ember 1M October 1132 40H2 November lOSl December 1JI33 1072 Juni uary fiBSH Februiivy 1S3II 71 Hi March VftlS April 1M3 j May ISKKI Juno 5308 July August Ifl3i IBll September 1933 131J October 19113 Listings of counly figures of totally unemployed persons by months dur ing the iKUiud reveal that in Delu like many other coun tes hi the state ihe pciik was reached follnwlnt in the month of Miirch 1933 whim ton i Ihn number wns evtoition Hlthoiifih hn docs not say by whom lhu threats i were mnde 1 wiit old If I didnt islop going around with CnfTey I i would be put in jail Rumler writes i in his petition The reason given by Rumler for a pardon is hut he is innocent of the charges innde ngiiinst him The peti tion names Myron G Ciifley and Ihc Panama Consul ns tho men who will represent him before the Board of Pardons Rumlers sent once also pronounced Judge MacOadi was for one lo bv two year in the county prison and five to ten ycnrs in the Eastern Peni hls conviction of charges in October Perfect Through Unique Inventions Chester Hospital Benefic iary of Brilliant Social i Gathering lion in the pool Meanwhile assessment checks came in from thousands of banks as rapidly as they were approved The checks amounting to many millions of dol lars are deposited in the treasury for the account of the Federal Deposit i Insurance Corporation The money will be left there until needed or in vested in Kovernmcnt bonds The checks from the banks rep resent heir share in iho insurance fund Participating banks are pay ing in onequarter of the one pr Osc With help of a periscope from an old submarine and an idea from a battle shin powder magazine Captain J F Htfhvca has turned the United Stales Naval Observatory into the most ac curate time recording staiion in the world His new system of recording the iinie from ihe stars has been in us six montlis but ihe captain remained chary of revealing its details until today Several foreign governments displayed so much interest in his ue vicis split seconds into ten thousandths that he hesitated about Continued on iage Seven Continued nn Iatjf Seven rin DAY IN roiicr COURT BUDGET WORRIES STORE EMPLOYES BESET OFFICIALS JOIN IN WALKOUT The Armory at Eighth and Sproul street was adequate setiincr for a brilliant scene Ipst evening as a IDMSI 500 persons from this cKy and neigh boring comnmniiirs attended the Charity Ball held for Ihe benefit of tht Chester Hospital The affair was ihe culmination of weeks of effort and planning on the part of a com mittee of women especially interested in the hospital and anxious to further the fine work being done by ihe insti tution The red anci gnn of the Chrismas season formed thu color schemefor Ihe decorations Festoons of laurel among which myriads of red balloons blossomed hung from the ceiling Thewars were banked with mond and deposited by him in hi personal bunk account it was testi fied at Media yesterday in the sixth dny of the taxpayers appeal from ihe county controllers reports for 10311 1PTJ admitted that the 54 checks received by Moorson wore de posited in his account bin said thatJ Moorson was indebted io him and i the money was used to pay off notes hrlri by a local bank mid lo pay other creditors Desmond raid that he never received a cent of the money for his ov n use Practically all of yesterdays ses sion over which Jvge John IvI Broomall presided was devoted to a close inquiry into Desmonds bank account by James L Rankin altar ncy who Is representing the group of taxpayers innking he appeal alleg ing illegal expenditures on the part of i the counly commissioners and county controller Vinelit P Desmond attorney and son of Counly Commissionur Ds mond acted as counxrl for his father yesterday and questioned him at length on his various tnuwncUons with Moorscn bringing out the fact thai the1 contractor WPS inclcbieti to A resolution wns pavd exprpssmtr I criticisin of the Chestcr city olllcials for delay in avrilhif thsmselvos of the aid offered by he Civil Works Administration and upproval wts voiced for those citizens who have been outspoken in their criticism and another resolution asked for iho resignation of public officials who were recently fried and convicted in Federal Court The resolution de clared Particularly noes ihis apply to State Senator John J Mcciurc Chief Clerk of the House of Ueprc xenl at Ivor Eutier F White Collector of County Taxes Edward S Fry City Commissionrr John J Luttrcll and Mercantile Appraiser Edward Robin son Nominntions for officers were made at this session the followiiii named President Isaac Hiorth anfl Edward B Luckic first viceprcsi dint Joscph Meilcarck nsul Miilthcw Margolin second vicepresident J I Clarence Pontzkr and Mrs John Gnmdy rpuovtliiiH KCciTtary Charlis ilnincs and Stewart fiivin cial secretary Mrs John M Gnlhi nher ircasurri John J Buckley Jr and Joseph Atkinson l on 1acc PRICES PROHAHL nutnler gives his age nt 35 ycnrs At the time of Rumlers arrest in August J932 there were proceedings by Iie iminignifion authorities to have Mexican Joe sent back to Panama but nothing ha resulted from this action Rumler has bscu i cpnlined o the Kastern Penittuiliury Keslaurants cafes clubs nnd oilier Octolier 1932 places having obtained license to dis ln thc hearing before the Board ponsc whiskies and wines may be nf Sykes will be repiTEented cumpnlled to drop their price per y llts fnher Attorney William S drink beginning next Tuesday the petition stales Sykes Wilh a good brand of blended lhU lns sentence wns too whisky available nl staleoperated stores for a quart nnd basin Ihc average ilrink handed over the i claims that severe bare ut iwo ounces a gcnirous drink lhe avera1 proprielor could sell n i two ouncedrink for 20 and each quart soicl net him or a profit a miart Onetloinij a large SUIT AGUNST YOKK nOCTOU YORK Pa Dec Delia June Schrivcr of this city nifd suit in Ihe York counly court house today asking riamtiiTcs j of Dr S Ira MacDowcll York eye xoluinrr of business even drop specialist or alleged seduction of her the price to la cents a drink and still daughter Miss Pauline C Rubv 23 a make a profit of 40 cents on nuarl former employe in thc defendants Drinkers wno buy liquor for SI 115 j oiiice per quart will be their nverj ago drink assuming they drink ounces lit a time at 12 and cents which is slightly less than halt GETS CCO POSITION ho price day charged in most places lo palms and branches Frotn his father before the latter tool office balcony shiftinc lights plnycc over he danccrs The colorful evening gowns of tho women showed io ad Today was D flay in police court only tlirce inebriates James Dolan j John Dugan and Dan DouRhcriy all homeless facing Magistrate Michael A Honan tor hearings Dolan was returned to the County Home Du can wns sentenced to 30 days nun Dougherty at his own request was given 90 clays vr s UNCHANGKD WASHINGTON Dec Thc Government gold price remained unchanged today at S3406 per ounce Ths figure has not changed now in cicht busiwess clays HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY UniUd Estimated Income for UKJi Will Mean the Adoption of Economies The first session of City Council in 1335 will be held New Years Day when Counciimen Gcorse M Hunter and Walter H Craig both of whom were returned to oicc at the general clrclion will be ino oriitB for the new term Tire oath of office will be administered by Mayor Wil liam Ward Jr It is expected that some action on the 1M4 budget will bs tkcn at this meeting allhoush it may be several days before the various dcpavtinont hciis asvcc on tiic many slashes that have lo be made lo make the budget balance Councilman John J Lutlrcll head CSiain Clerks in Phila Want Higher Pay Local Stores Not Affected I Jvlovo than 1000 employes in chain fruil and provision stores wen out on strike in Philadelphia and adjoining communities today demanding higher i pay and union recognition union irndrrs announced Thr general strike nail was voted at a mas1 meeting thimorning and i the workers inclutilnir grocery clerks mCat cutters and fruit clorks j out at which had been set as i the dradltnc M Herbert Syme attorney for throe of the four labor orgKnisations in volvril nici workers in branches of fonic cf thr stores in Washington p C and Baltimore Mrlalso joined in CnnHiiiml on Injrc liifht MORK SMOKE THAN FIRE Penrful thai ihe plant of the Clipsi tor Brewing Company Second and I Palmer sircet wr on fire when he saw smoke issuing from he building a passerby souncitd a Tiro alarm at 2 oclock ycslcrriay iiftrrncon Upon arrival of tiisiriri firr com panies at the scene he firemen were rdviscd thai thc smoke was produced by the burning cf oil in torches used to thaw out frorcn pipes in the plant a commissioner in 1028 Commissioner Desmond was Ihe first witness and he readily admitted hat fvi checks payable lo Moorson issiicti by thc county in 1020 rncl IfiTO were endorsed by Moo son turned over to him and deposited in PINCHOT SIGNS I COURT ISSUES TURNER BOND BILL WARNING ORDER WASHINGtOM Dec Robert II Fechncr director of I hn Civilian Conservation Corps today announced Ihe appointment of Clar ence S Miirsh dean of the evening session of the University of Buffalo N Y as general educational director of the CCC Continued on Uast T S TREASURY KALAXCK j WASHINGTON Dec The Treasurv net balance for De cember 26 wrir Sl07222103710 Mis cellaneous Internal Revenue receipts that day were S6561Ol7LVi Customs receipts for the month through De cember 26 were 87045 nrv WOODLYNHOMEi FATALITIES Continued on IiiRe Seven Continued nn Fapr Srvou AT KPSOM DOWNS lTarfe Howe Old llnncsty Iirsl Silver Streak Had Axn U Craiprro Gold Dollar Maxic Binclrr Noble Tiller Frinrc JIacaw Tans Jrankrv port Spurting Pearl Ie Hruycre Justice Roy Lanphlcr Saint Inuis G Bnvviuan lonsus i Weather cloudy track heavy i AT TEFFKKSON1 1AKK i lllusory All Nijlil Fawn Tenp Tioiss Slarie Purple Aiila R Rob Knnnld Grey CSrccnwaUI Hoy UiUI Hour lack Murphy Slraphan cer Tuslse Dixon L K Komorous Cliantesiita Brigade Grey Sash Bosom Pal Fair Duchess Doeskin Hard Duff In Yargcc Don Tasker Last Attempt Chilhowce A Mornnic Prince Dimrcynl Our Sandy Rave Setbs Ballol Hlarkisl Weather cloudy rack Implicated in Bombing By Sailors Testimony On of the most unusual eases ever heard in police court ws recorded this morn vvhru ClifTord ncdmond of Edcmont avenue near liliveiuh street was formally arraigned for a hruinc charecd with thc bombing of the Little Club 12n Kiisi Hixth Klrcci bail for a habeas corpus hoarns in Media tomorrow morning and thn caltniy walked out of the courtroom Redmond wis arrested here last wed on suspicion of beitv implieated in thr bombing and was held without bpil for cinirt His nUornry MicJiael rclean last Sattirdsy before Judge Eroomall bond bcins et at S2SOO followini a preliminary habrn corpus hinriiiG which will be continued tomorrow morning Sinci then an information and war rant were sworn out by police hore the Icgnl riceutncn char bcmbetl ins Redmond with thc crime This i ace morning one witness Charles A DounhcYiy a seanian was called to lestiiy bu his tcsimony had no rii rcct bariin I lie bombina ftl thoiiRh Police Sisprviiitcndcnt Dra venporl innisied it wns sufficient lo i prove a prima eaxo Dougherty that on Sep tcmbrrv 22 he was in company wilh Redmond in a beer parden Dough erty snici Rodmcnd asked him if h wanted io incite some rny money andFnid it coulrl b dime by shnkins down John ODnnncll proprietor of thr Little Club for several hundred dollars Redmond ioui me if he we could drop rn ceg ibomb in ihe place and blow it up said Dough erty Continuine me witness said I told him no smoke moaning I didnt want to become implicated in anything like that A monlh later the rub was causing considerable riam Witlow and Five Children Forced to Flee Flames in Their Night Clothing A widow and her five children at tired only in their niphtclfilhes were forced to flee Imui their home into the bleak cold air this morning when the barking of flogs aroused neiRhbor who notified them their home was on fire Tho structure was destroyed dcnptto thc eflor nf three fire com panies to Mibritic the fJnmes The woman is Mrs A Blerler of Taylor avenue and her five children are Arthur H Vincent 12 William 7 Frank 4 and Viiilicld ycnrs old i The live was discovered by Mrs Grace Mo1esti of Taylor and Icffcr on opposite ide of Ihe highway from the Blcrlcr home lnccsimt barkinp by dog3 aroused Mrs Modesi from her sleep about 330 oclock When she awakened rhe fnw flames through the front win dows of ihehome of her neighbor She immediately awakened her hus band John who telephoned to thr heaciqusilrTS of ihe Milinont Jire Company a hort dunnec away nnd then raii to th burning building nnd began hammering on Ihc back door to awnkcn Mrs Blcrlcr and ihe mcmbrrs of her family all of whom were sleeping roundly When Blerler awakened nnd Essinplon Boy and Upper Darby Youth thc Vic tims 2 Motorists Held Govcrnor Approves a Num ber of Others While Ve toing Two on Sickbed HARRISBURG Dec 28 INSt Exfrcisiii his veto power for thp lirst time on lepislation passed by ihp re rrnt special session Gov Gillord Pinchot vetoed today the Malina bill repealing ihe SnydcrArmslrong act ns unnecessary and the Craig Fed eral child labor amendment ratifica tion as a duplication Six other bills were signed by the governor at his New York sickbed according io Ihe governors office here i In vetoing the Ma linn bill Gover I nor Pinchot aid the McClurn liquor control act specifically provided for repeal of inconsistent legislation and e MacDade in Opin ion Rest rains Activities of Strikers Group Snmc of the activities of members of the union of movie machine operators against a theatre in this city and another In Marcus Hook are permanently icstrninrd in an order opinion Tiled at Media by Judge To p i cs of T 5 in es Continued on Pace Seven in nnd opinion Tiled at Media by Albert Dutton MacDude The courts opinion follows several hearings in the equity suits brought by Daniel Katlin owner of the Lyric Theatre in ihe U70D block West Third furcei this city nnd Morris H Spiel iiian owner of a theatre at Tenth nnd Church streets Marcus Hook The theatre owners complained of meth ods followed by members of Chester Continued nn Iasl race A news note shows Ihat the Penn sylvania Railroad made more money ihis year With so muiy commut ing lo thc federal building in Philly for n couple of months it couldnt help it Fourteen hundred nnd thirtytwo automobiles have been lagged by police hero this monlh Not to men linn ihe number that were lagged r cars With the price of legal whisky to be ns high nnd even higher than the bootleggcis usrd to charge one wonders if voting for repeal was worth all the trouble A racehorse at Charleston W Va wns found dyed io fool buyers But while the horse rarely ran the dye did when a prospective purchaser i came along Desmond Currie thirteenyearold I son of Mr and Mrs John Ciirric of Third street Kssinglon was killed in j a coasting accident on Wannmiiker avenue Essinjion shortly before fix j oclock last night when a sled on which the riding went under the wheels of a large Currie witli Charles Hance and his i brother Joseph of 5 Front street Kssineton had hitched their sleds on thc rear of an automobile for a ririe on Wanamakcr avenue When the sleds cui loose from thc ear Currics slrri went under the left rear wheel of a heavily loaded truck of Ihe Con Roleum Company driven by Benjamin Sterner Woodside avenue Upland Boih vehicles were going pike at Hi time of State Liquor Prices Defended By Gawthrop i Tony Granese cant understand i why it is that when the snow blankets j Uie city it make the city much j colder He thinks rain sheets are j warmer The dumbest girl we can think of richt now is theRirl who lost her job in a local 5anri10 store becauia flie couldnt remember the prices toward Chester the fatality Youns Currie Hospital Ridley nounced tlrnrl wns taken to Taylor Park and war pro upon arrivr 1 Ir Pennsylvanias liquor stores lo be opened Jrnuary for the sale o package spirits will net thr state a profit of from 40 to 50 per cent nc cordmp to Judge Robert S Gnwthrop of Wert Chestcr chairman of the Liquor Control Board At the same lime a previous board announcement said liquor nriccs will be somewhat lower than those pro vailing in the state since repeal of prohibition Hotels ntui rrsUuirruits under the law will be required to purchase later will be placed on Ihe shelves of ihe stores On December 13 the board an nounced that Ihe price for tlomrstic blends of rye whiskies would ly from SlrS to S325 n bottle Fancy Scotch whiskies would retail for approxi mately a bottle Thc price for bonded whisky and i champagne would be from SfiiO to Sn a quart and gins sell from J to SlJri a bottle i At that time Ihe board siid Ike Txrvy have sonic you io call lector pipes of the the best way to families ak again is to be a bill col The ather Iheir liquor through the control board a fractured skull fracturVd but will be allowed a discount of ap arm and prrernl contusions of the proximately IS per crm on nil nier bodv and limbs clinndise Sicrner was arrested and held in The slate chainstore system S2000 bnil by Justice of the Peace I be inaugurated Continued on Page Seven I George Botloinley of Tinieum town ship to await the action of the coroner The inquest will be held Saturday morning at 11 oclock atthc Continued on Page Twelve will next Tuesday with 240 outlets ready for of which are in this approximately business five counly Stocks nre being gathered from dis tillers importers nnd cleilers These are being held in warehouses and price of liquor in the snie stoves would be ns low as market conditions would permit The board it is reported is figuvirR on 10 per ten I for overhead expenses Through an agreement between i the Liquor Control Board and the I distillers Ihe price of bonded whisky will be slishtly higher at the begin iiinc than later The distillers agreed lo drop their svit raina the WASHINGTON Tlec forecast K a s t c r n Pennsylvania Cloirriy preceded by snow in i north porlirin tonifh Friday the colder in north anil upst portions Western Pennsylvania Cloudy fo nichl not so cold In rnuMieaM por tion anil probably light snnw in north portion Friday cloudy anil slightly collier TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on Page Seven 1 a 7 a K a 9 a a 10 111 ni ni in m ia n n m o Noon 22 1 p in 24 2 p m 26 27 28 20   

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