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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 3, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              58TH 177JL3 Dally Leased Wire Reports United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL With All Latest and News of the Day WOMEN LEADING AS US JURORS IN RUM RING TRIAL Thirty to Be SeatedBefore 16 Are Challenged in Trial of 90 Defendants From Here on Conspiracy to Balk Trial Fail in Three Coufts CHESTER PA TUESDAY OCTOBER 3 1933 Judge Welsh Charged With Prejudice Admits Petition But Rules Out Separate Trial Pleas Call Precedes Tedious Work of Naming Talesmen Ninety a were indicted last June by a Federal Grand Jury probing an alleged rum conspiracy in this county went on trial before Judge George A Welsh in Philadelphia Federal Court this morning The first move of the defense today was to ask Judge Welsh to remove himself as trial judge He refused but allowed the petition to be filed Their trial started after the U S Supreme Court the U S Circuit Court and the U S District Court yesterday balked efforts to prevent the trial from opening Conviction for the defendantsmeans each faces two years in a Fed eral prison anda fine Justice Owen J Roberts in Washington administered the coup de grace to efforts to prevent the trial when he refused to act on a plea of William T Connor associate counsel for Senator John J McClure and others yesterday afternoon DOLLFUSS IS SHOT BY NAZI ASSASSIN SLIGHT Attempt on Austrias Premier Made in Front of Parliament Building Two Bullets Hit Dictator in Arm and Chest As sailant Caught VIENNA Oct 22year old exsoldier incensed over his dis CUBA PRESIDENT MISSES SHOTS CONVOYJIAR HIT San Martin Escapes When Volley Hits Around His Automobile Convoy Car is Struck Toll of Dead in Recent Fight ing Set at 100 HAVANA Cuba Ocl attempt to the my for Nazi ties shot and wounded Chancellor a volley of bulletYstriirk Engclbert Dollfuss in an assassina automobile today twn attempt today The assailant was identified by polica as Rudolf Dcrtil Ha stepped I The aftermath of many and tensity in Havana President narrowly a sensational hours of strife escaped right to juror question each individual Start CallingJurors Several petitions seeking to delay the trial were filed at the start of the fudge proceedings ruled I have no intentions of per The first petition charged Judge milting that to occur I will question with prejudice to Senator Mc Clure and tht other and four others asked for separate trials for various defendants Judge Welsh rejected all the peti tions but permitted the first to be filed over the objection of Spicial Prosecutor Keyes Then he instructed the court clerk to start calling the jury each prospective juror and If you feel that I have omitted anything relevant to the case you may tell me and I shall ask the prospective juror But we have no intention of delaying or prolonging this trial through legal technicalities The second juror selected was Mrs Lillian G Eayle of Philadelphia wife of a tipstaff in Common Pleas Court She was seated over the strenuous ProsPfclve be objection of defense attorneys seated then will be subjected to chal Mrs Elsie Heintzelmanwa lenes 1 ipavi as the chancellor was cieatli leaung his car in ront of the Parlia The President Wfls driving on the MaACHn tlcar the when the attack was made on hT automo bile He was returning to the nresi dential palace after visiting hosp U s a teen taken at cr the battle at the Nations Hotel and flBhtlng throughoiyi the vunjo K Ilot strlck by the pullets but his convoy car which was immediately behind prVsiaential automobile was struck many times Soldiers and guards of the President were endangered by the bullets HAVANA OclT 3 with fear of furtU Havana today surveyed the wreckage eft by hours of bitter armed strife which took a toll of at least 100 dead and perhaps 200 wounded The next move of the victorious army forces which forced entrenched officers to surrender after a battle which thundered for hours around the beleaguered National Hotel was anxiously awaited After the main battle was ended running gun fights broke out in the streets during the night residents who sought shelter behind SOVIET BOUQUET FOR MRS LINDBERGH AS HAILED IN LENINGRAD PRICE TWO CENTS Continued on Page Fourteen CHANCELLOR DOLLFUSS ment Building pretended to hand him a petition and then opened fire Dollfuss was wounded in the chest and TRUCK OCCUPANT arm but was able to go home swathed I A AV AJX 1 ment 86S emersency treatj DIES SUDDENLY After receiving congratulations IT form government colleagues 011 his IS Quintln 52 died whilc seated Kicky escape from death Chancellor C P Carter of i1Iis European aerial survey a Spedal shortly shown lisembark4 from his his cabinet ft a ride with I t He was reported planning to pro S er as far as a small town ncn riPlanrovrt lenges 10 by the defense and six by third juror fourth wa oVerfthe Keyes jeavmg 12 talesmen and two Mrs Thelma Rogers sc of the Nazi movement In Austria w alternates Faces were gloomy among the de fendants when up until 1230 p m seven of the eight prospective jurors were Mrs Helen Lamberton Philadel phia wife of Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Robert Lamberton was the first prospective juror called After a brief questioning by Judge Welsh she was instructed to take seat No 1 in the jury box The Federal judge overruled de fense attorneys when they asked the List of Defendants In Federal Court On Trial Today Those placed on trial today on the rum graft indict Mrs J Clifford Jones of Wynne wood Montgomery county wife of J Hibbert Jones of the Cottman Corporation was seated as Juror No over objections and secured a laugh from many in the court when ques tioned on the Eighteenth Amend ment she declared her husband was moist and she was semidry She admitted she was a member of the Philadelphia Womens Repub lican Club a reform organization and Connor declared she would be subject to challenge The first Delaware county juror named was John K Rafferty Jr of 114 Copeley road Upper Darby HC was juror No 6 Mrs Myrtle D Knight of Ambler Montgomery county was the seventh juror and Mrs Moliie Herman of 5638 Gainor i road Philadelphia was the eighth In ths courtroom the prosecution forces sat to the right of the court room near the jury box and to their Continued on Page Fourteen TO 4POLNTPROGRAM in i h u J10 was workine at odd Jobs about the place of J E Copple Continued on Page Fourteen Commission Row Second street and Edgmont avenue met Carter while the latter was unloading produce Shortly after the truck had departed Carter returnedwith Quintiri uncon was creeled b on her arrival a visit to the Soviet SELECT OFFICES IN CITY CENTER BLDG Dr Martin Huberman of this city is now occupying offices in the City Center Building former home of the Chester Times fronting scious in the ssat Mr Copple immediately driver go to the Chester had the Hospital greet Market i 1 1 4LJVX1 kJ t I I but Qumtin was dead when admitted and the body was removed to the White STATE RAIDERS JSTRIBLING DIES IN THIRD WARD OF CRASH INJURY SCORE HURT AS FANS RIOT FOR SERIESTICKETS bleachers Scat Seekers Haltlc Police and Many Arc Injured Stewart to Oppose Hub bell in Opening Game of Series Official Lineup For Todays Game NEW YOIIK Ocl nt II u fnr llle llrsl or Hie World Series My 2b ftlajiush If Ooiiln ss Goslin rf SchuUc if Kubcl lltucpc 3b Sciicll c SlcivaH p Moore If Ollr 2b Terry i Oil rf Ju vis if Jackson 3I Maucuso c Ryan ss Huhlirll p NEW 15000 baseball fans on a double line stretched for six blocks from the bleacher entrance of the Polo Grounds rioted today when the 4000 available scats were filled and the pates were closed to the thousands still in line many of whom wailed through the night More than a score were Injured si ghtly m the wild scramble In which policemen fnns were trampled fists flew nnd clothes were hntl torn to shreds An hour nftcr outbreak the crowd still massed the Grab Two in County Probe Seize Liquor aiid Gam bling Equipment Heavywcigjtt Boxer 28 Fails to React Well After Foot is Amputated the gates booing and shouting aiicry denunciations of the Giant inanage Fans unable to gain admittance to the bleachers battled police as n prelude to the big game PInying before an unexpected ca pacity crowd of nearly 50000 the Olanu behind the screwball pitching of Carl Hubbell were favorites to capture the opening gnme But they were underdogs in the belting ou the Brilliant sunshine sparkled on the greensward in the lee of Coogans Biuif incro was a moderate north westerly breeze The bleachers and the grand stand sections were solidly packed before game enlhusiasllc crowd which hung on every pitch during bnttlng practice The crowd laughed when some Giants batsmen deliber ately drove weak rollers nt a band parked back of third base Nick Altrock senior member of the Senators clown coach firm of Altrock and Schacht got in his first licks by with fans two time It was Delaware county ments are Louis Abrams Charles Altschuler Ed Bass John F Bauer John Bessin ger Adam Bonkoski James Burns Bennie Carrafa Joseph CHivaralotti i Frank Cilliberti John J Cohill Frank Cohe Steve Colleti Joe Colleti Thomas F Conley Frank DAmato Dick Delahanty Cameron Denato Samuel De Paul Rosa DeSantos James Dervin Joe Doblitz John Do Ian Neal Donnelly James F DoughjWill i i m erty Ben Evans William j Falls To Tom Fennell Mike Fedorwitz Abe Convention Tn Feinberg George S FisherJames JI tniion in Foley Andy Prank Morris Frank I RoOSCVelt alias Morris Gold Charles FAeimuth Edwards Fry William Fullerton Jr Charles P Gallagher Harry Tins Oct INS berg John Grayson D D Higbee j fourpoint war veterans program George Hoagland Jr William Jones i be recommended fnr arinn Mike Leary R Robinson Lowry AmericanI rrtn J Luttrell Fred MacDowell Tim I Amrlcan national convention McCarey Jack McClure Senator Eplte of President Roosevelts ex J McClure William McClurg Thomas Passed opposition to one nlant McComb Arnold McNeal David BI At a session Meenan James Meli Tod Moore dents dramRfir John Murphy Harry Mysak Chrte the opentaT n Nacarelll Moe Newman Zeke Par on yesterdav the P tconven ker Carl Peterson William Purdy mittetoday Venf or com Patrick Qulnn Bert Reading Eugene i enactment of thP Coring Rcardon Howard M Reese Joe Reiwithout P9mt measure kel Edgar Richardson Edward RobRegions CTitUml T n T T I J shows the entire first floor occupied by tenants The City Center Build ing remodeled early this year was opened In late spring and has proved to be one of the most attractive lo cations in the city widow Mrs Alice to A report wss police by C P and J E merchant cm made to the local the driver the OPEN CONVENTION LOCK HAVEN Oct UP More than 200 delegates from all sec tions of the state were present today MllPll Rfnfr when ths State Firemens Associa tion opsncd their 54th annual con vention The AIRSHIP MACON liquor and those arrested went r i r wfiit on fortav n pllladelPha Federal court He succumbed to a motor accident on courageous fight to live in n growinout of the in Death came at C n m Ho had been at the point of death nil night Striblmg was 28 years old but had m more than 300 ring ON TEST FLIGHT Mo 1Stcd as tne of the club and Edward Bass Negro charged with being a material wit in i limn juu rinc office Swarth oattlcs He reached his peak in 1931 ness LAKEHURST N J Oct navy dirigible Macon left here at 5 45 p m EST yesterday for a 24hour training and test flight along the coast Womens Auxiliary also Seventy officers and men make up the personnel under Commander A is j H Dressel Eight guests also were on Salmons posted bail Bass TntS Wlth Jack OBrien Herbert lomlmson and Francis nn tonal witnesses posted SlOO bail each4for a further hearing at an un on Page Fourteen JVORKMANS IMISUAP when he fought Max Schmellng then heavyweight champion for the title He lost on a technical knockout The parents of the fighter Pa and Continued on Last Page M A S S A C H U IT O RS Joseph J Mahonry plant superin tendent and Timothy Sullivan fore man of the stereotype department at the Holyoke Mass Transcript t e inson Hubert J Ryan John J Ryan Barney Salmon after er i ni as the was worked Springfield Water Co Grew From Private Plant Explains Amendments to Be Voted on in November OBrien tell to Dennis Continued on Papc Fourteen N J FARMER ENDS LIFE MOUNT HOLLYTrT J Oct M Stokes a prominent rarmer ended his life early today with carbon monoxide gas which he piped into liis car from the exhaust BROWQllZED AT STOCKS PROBE Clarence Dillon Bares Investment Trust on 5 Millions SCHOOL BOARD TAKES ACTION INSCHOOLCASE New Douglass Building An Accredited JuniorSenior High School Plan to Immediately Obtain Sanction of State tional Body Approval was given last evening by the members of the school board to a motion by Jnmcs L Rankin that the Board of Educntion make the an ac Frcderlck Douglass school credited Junior nnd Senior High school and that the slate educational authorities be Immediately notified and be requested to sanction the ac The motion brought to a head a perplexing problem which has been nGBiaviUcd since the opening of the school term on September 7 when the pupils of the eleventh grade of the school refused to attend classes and dully sought admission to the Chester High school which is at the present time crowded well beyond Us capacity The action was hastened by continual discord aroused by persona who repeatedly refused to accept the of the school directors that the c cventh grade had been inaugurated nt the Frederick Douglass school as v measure of economy in administra tion ant to temporarily ease crowd ing nt the present high school Tha jciion of groups who also statv1l that they desired a Negro hlih school with proper facilities and teaching fVCM ha also Cimicci S01ne u Ciulcd some the decision of the board mem bers who have been besieged on all sides by conflicting Ideas on the situ ation presented by various groups of Negro citizens In approval of tho measure a sole dissenting vote was registered among the board mem bers present last evening and that Prcsidci1t Charles Following making of the motion by Mr Rankin who hns been in favor of such action for some time the members of the board gave audienco to a group of four young Negro men headed by Charles O Turpln who Bald that his committee represented the Chester Clvlj League an organi zation of Negroes Tiirpin told he board that slnco Its beginning the student strike had caused serious trouble among tho Nepro residents He asked the board under what1grounds had theT school Continued on Last Pago FORECAST FOR ARE A Fair weather is predicted today t Eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland There will not be much change In temperature The highest temperature here yesterday was 70 degrees at p m and the lowest was 53 at a m The average G4 was one degree above normal lor the date but four degrees below the average October 2 last year ths mum 2 Sunrise today was at a and sunset will be at 541 Eastern Standard time p m WASHINGTON Oct UP Clarence Dillon spare handsome in vestment banker outlined today be fore the Senate Stock Market Investi gating committee how Dillon Read and Companly organized the 530 000 000 United States and Foreign invest ment trust in 1924 and gained ab solute control over it with an invest DAVIS EXSECRETARY CALLED AT TRIAL NEW YORK u Merkle former secretary to Sen ator James J Davis of Pennsylvania was called as a surprise governmenfc witness today at the lottery trial of Davis and Theodore Miller Meikle identified a letter received from Miller Into in 1Q30 in which Mll said that the date of January 3 1331 as suggested by Senator Davis was acceptable for holding the draw ings of lottery tickets The letter said the program will to be carried out just as we discussed it In Washington Topics of T3 rues County Liquor Dealers Have Or ganized reads a Times headline During the past 13 years this item Fifty years ago ssveral professors i of effort by the com of Swarthmore College and a few of Krann thch buit a smaU 1Protection of the status of serv Water thcir own Harry SchusmanRocco Serb Joseph tolloVlng their snTaU private Sebastino John Shields Alfred Sorgi1 u6ions Si tf Hegc This was the Toohey Mike Trestrail John Troflo Frank Varano Eugene F White Dominlck Yokls and Max Zisovitz HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT WASHINGTON PARK Gal Lynvetc Bolicc Ann Can Lishcen Vitamin B Bosom Pal Bill Little Buster they were prior to the enactment of orgin and beginning of the Spring field water supply delivered now by the Philadelphia Water Company through a vast network of pipes to taling more than one thousand miles in suburban towns Fifty years ago Swarthmore was a village forming a part of Springfield township and like other similar com munities had few if any public im provements all ths residents having to depend upon wells for ths water they required in their homes There is ro formal record of the particular individual who first sug gested a supply of running water to I replace the inconvenient and possibly Continued on Page Fourteen NEGROWOMAN IS To Serve 10 to 20 Years For Slaying Boy Friend Other Court Cases Thalo j Tillie Walker Npern dangerous wells but it is interesting Nuckols Boy Radiant Tcss Sub stabbed Herbert DV Jr l visualizc thc discussions which took tlety Dunro Blue Day Whiskora Bert Labr Blues Play Shoot Bostonian Gal Flynn Porcodinc Le Bru ycre Eisenberg1 Devil Aladdlns Dream Square Dody Chauvcnet Nancy Seth Oh Yeah Dispatcher Jacobs Lader Chokoloskcc Weather clear rack fast AT LAUREL Madge Mazyniaia nouse at 116 East TMrteeSth this city on the niuht of AH Lady gust 12 last will spend from 10 to 20 vnove in TO me was started and to picture the part which tnc nipht Af i the nousewives took in the discussion years in the Eastern Penitenitary This was the sentence imposed by Judge Albert Dutton MacDade at Media yesterday afternoon when the defendant also known as Loieda Walker changed her plea to guilty Judge MacDade charged the jury to return a verdict of second tier According to the statemen Attorney Guy G d3Furia her arrest she had be Day at the Thirteenth degree made Continued on Tagc Seven OIL STOVE EXPLODES The explosion of an oil stove yes terday afternoon at 215 oclock in a shed in the rear of a house on Pan coast strccl a small thoroughfare be tween Fulton and Parker streets cc cupied by a Negro family called out the district fire companies The oc cupants of the house had subdued ths WHERE CUBAN TROOPS BATTLED ment of only While the committee was in brief would have been rearnews executive session approving inquiry plans of Ferdinand Pecora committee Nw at the honest ones arc or H nTcmtmr r counsel Dillon found an obscure seat sanized they may set a price on a HARRISBURG Pa Oct with a group of telegraph operators drink But the thousands of bootleg Richard J Beamish secretary of chatted about the Morgan Inj Sets will never stand for it commonwealth announced toda i uily wnich preceded the investiga that he had sent to thn romni tlon of Dillon bank Hc was ac Secondhand auto salesmen report mat nc hadscnt to the companicd by his son Douglas better Which will all coma ors 01 tne B7 counties in the state Six members of the committee were in due time says Fat Joe present today Chairman Fletcher Senators Seneral works program will bu a success as soon as the public works Continued on Tape Fourteen i Plpcs wlltey Pierce condensations of he 12 proposed amendments to the constitution which will bs voted on in the Novem ber general election The amendments have been stripped of legal verbiage and re duced to language which every voter should understand thoroughly he said Argmcnts for or against the passage of any of these proposed amendments have been kept out of the statements which will appear upon the ballot Secretary Beamish outlined briefly the contents and purposes of the 13 proposed amendments Amendment No 1 proposes to per mit the legislature to set aside monry for pensions to blind adults other than those with military service SPECIAL GROUP CLUB IS FORMED j A man arrested here for stealing a petticoat told Judge Honan that it was his first slip Bronx N Y residents reported a gold strike in their own back yards but not enough to entice the gold T i diggers from Broadway Unemployed Boys at A million cop0 HUert oniccllcy Jr High Fight have been the Members published What a bonfire they would make Denmarks citizens are going to have gas masks to prepare thein PllVk faulty members of the selves against chemical warfareCand Cities and boroughs would bs nu Smcdlcy Junior High School have I the talk coming from Europes stated thorized to arscss the cost of anv asam met an unusual situation which i men states highway improvement upon abutting as Presented itself in the life of the school and thus far their solution of Continued on Lnst Pace e Probcm is showing characteristic effects in the morale of the studenl body A Boys Club has the school In order the extra curricular activities of a group of boys who returned to the and school this fall because they wished WESTINGHOUSE GETS BIG ORDER The Wcstinghctise Electric Scientist says it would cost 000000 to finance a rocket ship flighl to the moon Wed rather walk The Weather WASHINGTON Oct un Geir Weather clear track pood to have been heart The argument afresh on August V500000 or work during a period of idle NW Jersey Fair continued rfs enforced by conditfons of unemi Wednesday fair ployment j Western PonnsyJvinia Fair tonight At the present lime the eroun numintj not much change in 18 boys who were taken back under special prrmtssion of the board of education requested by Miss Mar garct C Stetscr principal of the school who also received permission doubled guard the fighting a year and a half officials said Continued on Pafe Fourteen TODAVS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 50 11 a m60 7 a m50 12 Noon63 8 a m 54lp m64 9 a m58 2 p m 66 10 a m 60   

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