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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 6, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              AWAITING THE ARRIVALOf THE 58TH 17716 Dally Leased Reports of United Press UP and Jutcmational News Service INS FINAL EDJTLQH With AH Latest and Best News of the Day CHESTER PA FRIDAY OCTOBER fi CHARGES PROBE IS PLOT TO PUNISH SENATOR McCLURE TWENTY PAGES AS BRUSHWOOD FIRE SNUFFED OUT LIVES OF 75 MEN on of Defense Counsel ExJudge Gord Makes Fiery Speech in Outlining Case Attacks Federal Prosecutors Opening Ad dress as Unduly Dramatic and Inflam matory Declares Government Does Not Have Evidence to Support Its J Falls Former Constable Is First Witness Called to Give Out Two Defendants In a defense fiery speech outlining the i he had made a mistake The men in former Judge James Gay Gordon Sr chief of the battery of charge of the truck were arraigned lor hearing before Magistrate Ander attorneys representing 79 Delaware i JAIJ 11 a i iru iVIIO county persons in a liquor conspiracy j chemist reported that the today declared the indictment of i vvas Ilot the beverage type son in Marcus Hook but the casa was dropped when Fred Knox county alcohol Senator J J McClure Delaware county Republican leader resulted from a deliberately conceived plot to punish him Although Gordon did not mention Palls said Sorgi later met him ex PRICE TWO CENTS fffrn4 SI oxiSffisQSTwif OF BY HIS MANYROBBFRIPS i tH Chester Times Bulldliit 011 liVLUDJUllUjO ii ln I I I l I it 1 Johnson Charges Richbcrg Head Counsel With Complication Told Operators They Would Not Be Held to Checkoff llly if They Signed The equipment was Installed In Now in Custody of the Rid ley Park Police Pending Investigation WASHINGTON Oct An action of onr of Recovery Ad mhiiMralor Hujjh S Johmons chief probably will delay complete settlement of thc captive mine strike until he National miuniinoiis fj t011 Uosid bcRins fimcUonms Donald R Uiehbeiy of the NHA wns the aide who com plicated the problem Johnson said ho was amawd to learn In New York hat BRITAIN SEEN READY TO PAY LUMP DEBT SUM Claim to Have Evidence Connecting Him With Certain Holdups ve With the arrest of Edward Hunter inycarold NeKro of Sharon avenue Darby township police of Ridley j Park Sharon Hill Glenolden and ncnrby towns believe they have thc to the mystery of a score of IMIC Ol MVO Suggestions anil holdups which hav for Settlement of Long I Controversy wllliln the ast two years IIlmlM ls now ill the custody of diiniiK negotrations with steel iom OHuiPlm Ic 11 hr police whore he is puiy operators of the captive mine I UU1U JS lOKOn Pay Ijcliiff held for furlhcr hearing pern Uadl Six Months i ifftS havered Beginning Dec 15 hc tumcljctl his career or and that by cals would be Sorgi gave him some money for the the name of Governor Gifford wfth in COMec chot it was inferred from his utter ances during previous that he referred to Pennsylvanias ldPIii U S CREDIT UNITS NEW ENTERS had ruled thc steel people would not be committing themselves to the checkoff if they signed the miw nuiit to abide by all the working con mi Ions set vip in the coal code The steel company officers then rSifiimct tho agreement and it i approved las by President AHhougl n hayc niade the rulijn while pointing Ai rested nearly a week arm ns a LONDON Oct Copyright character and discharged c i ivii y Press British Bovi for Wllllt nf evidence Hunter was last Friday at Hyde Park j has decided definitely ugiunst llilkctl P early Tuesday morn Mil Roosevelt payment of full war debt m warrant after p charge ot li nichbrrg is believed o lu Hlntcs regardless tllcilt f bicycle had been lodged seizure Referring to his next raid made in proceedings l company with Massey on a vacant nnsylvanias i at Second and Green streets chief executive j Marcus Hook Falls said a large num Arguing for a trial delay several bcr fivcgallon cans of alcohol days ago Gordon then charged that iEfil2eci to the district attor the governor sought to embarrass ey that he requested costs Senator McClure because of the m tnc county official thc latter TOBEJMERGED Four Separate Recovery Finance Sources Going Into One Force latters opposition to his plans for a eJectcd him from his office repeal convention Senator McClure had the mis uuc WASHINGTON Oct then told of participating in Four great cogs in President Roos i Second and Tiighman i vclts economic fortune to be potent in political ways jstlcellS which he had been were w ao rccovsry machine j which was by D one DCmg BMred lodav to authority Gprdon said and bet tlle defendants who told him he vlrluallv as single unit under the cause of that this whole plot was d mad5 a mistake that the place Executives finance and credit ex1 hatched and carried through to inSas on e Protccted list He warned program dictments that unless he learned the ropes Thcy he Reconstruction Fi McClure is the target merely et into a Iot trouble and i nance Corporation the Farm Credit cause he is the Republican leader of costs to That Svkes i Adminlstraticn the Crop Surnlus Delavare county him to see J J Ryan He Control and Farm Commodity Prce It is interesting to consider why i witness Ryan Raising Machinerv of the Agricultural the government felt it necessary to I system to him and paid Department and thc Treasury 1 send a special prosecutor to Philadel m a wekThat about six i Formation of the fourway comt phia from Kansas City to handle i moncils Jfter he got a rake to a 8ot underway hero under direc this one case It makes one wonder i K nd continued to receive that tion Henry Brucrc president of1 regarding the political implication up to within two weeks of his j the Bowery Savings Bank of New I Judge Gordon attacked the openn cllarges of conspiracy etc of i York President Roosevelt borrowed i ing address made by Chct A Keyes ucft ne was Falls said Bruciean orsanization expert in ini Continued on Page Eishteen government prosecutor on the ground j that it was unduly dramatic and inj nammatory He characterized it asoff TIT a most drainatic performance ing to influence the minds of Ollll 111 jury stir your heart and arouss your indignation and added there wasnt evidence to support it In concluding his opening address to the jury Gordon stated that they i will trace no illegal liquor to John J McClure i The government immediately called FOR FOURTf dustry and finance and gave him the joo of coordinating the countrys creait and finance forces Bruere was to whip the credit and money casing impetus of all into a spearheadfor President ROOS onslaught against depression EDWARD A HAVES William J Falls a former constable President In Chichester township as the first ltamvnt witness He testified regarding the seizure of a truck loaded with liquor which he had been asked to return for payment of He pointed out two of the defendants in the court room as the men who had offered hm the money j Defense counsel objected to Falls testimony on every question asked by Keyes Federal Judge Welsh over ruled every objection The proceedings were held up for an hour to permit Joseph Doblitz one INGTON Roosevelt sent as Giants Clash oy cringing the component parts into class unity Mr Roosevelt hoped to jsend new financial blood coursing i Trough thc countrys economic veins ne wnole formed his immediate rei iv to demands for direct inflation i STOGKSPROBE Announced as Counsel for Utilities Mi vJ OUVJliUL the checkoil system in every instance the steel companies promptly lOO 1C 1ff llfn linh inrl t li n fi tfv i i United ic as 1VC of ltKigctt that the code does not specifici It was learned today i Heres thc slorv of the nllcKcd crima ally require mine operators to submit an nuthorltntivo source J career ot the youth which reads Jwo will be offered the Imosl like a Jesse James paper Stales it was suid on au hack laHt Sutiirday mornhiR at 830 o clock John AJ Conin a Ridley Park tlUzen tinssect a Negro loitering near J he bridge over Stony creek on East Hlnckley avenue Ridley Park He leportcd the mailer to Ridley Park pollca and as a result thc Negro was inrested by Sergeant George Smith of the Ridley Park police taken to lool refuge behind thn ruling to clcnv even technical recognition to their employes who arc mostly members of the United Mine Workers of WASHINGTON Oct Patrick J Hurley former Secretary of War today became a factor In the Senate hotit y regarded as unimpeachable They air 1A lump settlement of gold or not more than 1100000000 payments ol Under the checkoil system thc ch months in place of 11 a I e line operators would have to deduct ln Ul11 hislnlmcnts of about 500 SI per month from thc pay envelopes nf union workers and pay the total rhc present capital value of the lo lieUnion local As ihis would Involve bookkccpiiv mentioning the United Mine Workers public utilities magnate who was said by Chairman Fletcher to have been chased for a month by committee investigators Hurley and Ferdinand Pecora com Sir Frederick LeltjliRoss chief eco nomic adviser to the Government and principal Hvitlsh windebt nejotlator has been Instructed lo make CoiUinucd on Tape Eighteen cH K ST ATTORN E Y liilj VI U 1 ol IWvIvKR iiai inMiucieti vo i lhe alternative offers named it I understood Everything possible should be done Thc lump sum payment of 1 Ambers of Rnhuy would hicluoe United Press information is that bar KOld has been purchased over ii period of many months by nn un known buyer in behalf of the British treasury and that this would be shipped to the Amsriran treasury do nee if a lump settlement i m ui mi tn ix VilKt 11 LO nm i W1r 1i eadqunrters quizzed and flncr uuo under ilu original debt 1ihited ns a suspicious character Vylrn 1JollCG wcre wnablc to pin any S2i WOU hUi becn P toluilnff o he was discharged 19s were matte After Prcora that Hopson was organization This is no je yf The and the President while in New York talked the scheme over there Secretary of the Treasury Woodin George L Harrison governor of Federal Reserve Bank ani Ship for LEGION HEAD Attorney As Steward ear WASHINGTON Oct Senate stock market investigators charged today that Dillon Read and I Company and Investment Trusts formed by that firm with the publics money joined in 1929 in poll oper ations in the stock of the Rock Island and Frisco railways i While no due flnilllciri1 he dc by the MacDonald definitive government as COUNTY AVIATOR EIGHT YOUTHS KILLED IN FALL FACING CHARGES Monday afternoon Jack Nilon years old of Henderson and Myrtle avenues Ridley Park reported to po liceheadquarters that about two months nso a Negro whom he knew ns hnvftiK iormerly lived in thc Park iiml attending Tome street school hcnvin Hunter by name sold Nilon a bicycle for A week apo today thc NcRro went back to the Nilon home it is ullcBcd with a smaller bicycle nml traded it ono lie Previously had sold to Nilon The same afternoon he went back to thc Nilon residence while Jack wns at n football came rnd asked the lads mother for the of bicycle which ho had Eft there a few hours before snyinsr that he wanted lo ride to a nearby coal yard to sec his uncle who was employed there Up to Monday aftcr the complaint was made lo Ridley Pnrl police the blcvcle had not been returned From the description of the Negro as furnished by Nclon Chief of P0 m AHayes nccatur 11 attorney CfS in lodays Baseball Ls within i dfy assumed the actne steward book loss in Rocl Island at the lime the account was closed wrs 52300000 Tracy said It was an CHICAGO Oct llllrcalizcd loss 7ing of Glider Plane ColAll Held in Heavy Bail and lapses at Height of 1500 Feet dship STRTKF Oct WASH J hSnCW i0b of the ns rejuvenated Seimfors he SPAIN IS UPSET to receive treatment for fractured York Giants met today in the OVFR TtTDT ribs injuries sustained in a recent ilourtl1 and probably most critical OAAVIIYC j L automobile accident igrmc of the 1033 world series Upon Court reconvening C Edwin A brilliant sun Fox counsc N Smith Assistant Covmty Detective Michael Trestrail and County Chauf causs four Albert Reading He offered 1 after j convention i The new their fifteenth national1 Strikers of thc Ford Motor Com pany in this city determined to con verge on the companys main commander immediately at River Rouge Michican wll i mapping his plans to carry out this citv tonight at u oclock he mandates of thc convention which their k include upuu vxuuri luconveiling L i sun was shining and a uct ox announced his withdrawal asjfShtly chilly breeze whipped down Alcala Zimora today iiro unsel for Chief County Detective O tnc northeast i claimed a state of nrvpninn ji reason for his action but stated that thc interests of the trio would be looked after by his partner a Mr Frankel W C Alexander attorney for Wil liam Purdy took thc opportunity offered to withdraw his petition for severance in behalf of his client and Purdy will stand trial with the other defendants After Attorney Gordon had made TI i a iuaTu ui rlli inn t n mp r lhe winninS column be throughout Catalonia to meet an Continued on r li Whitehills masterful i emergency threatened bv and Myers timclv strike of electric power MEMBERS OF Cl Myers time v tv9rj at bat yesterday the Senator Mlpn Trt i to press their luck and ir that i count stand at Professional bat to the fourth Bamc This was a tribute to the workers power and light CLUB WERE WITNESSES T i n forc tnc iQtorcade leaves for the Pjige Eighteen western city where it will be joined by another motorcade bearing strik ers from thc Edgewater N J plant in Default Are PcmlingTrial Jailed j When his glider fell 1500 feet with a collapsed wing crashing on a farm at Elsmcre near Wilmington Del yesterday Edward Rudolph Sctz 22 of 108 South Carol boulevard High land Park this county was killed The aviator a flying companion of Richard C duPont was practicing glider acrobatics for a demonstration tomorrow at tho NationalCharity Air Pageant Roosevelt Field New York when a wing section broke throwing the motorless plane out of control and plunging it to the earth Tt iniinn sagging Wingj from bailing out i Arraigned for further heariiiR be fore Magistrate Robert j MacBridc custody on suspicion On the strength Continued on PHRC Sixteen IN TRIPLE CRASH Three automobile early today in Catalonia1 an autonomous are within thc Republic comprising the t provinces of Barcelona Gerona Lei The Stonchurst A A a baseball ndn and Tarragona has been in tur social organization of Upper0 to Detroit where they expect Vo moil Its cabinet resigned Monday j Darby was brought nearly en masseinduco employes at thc main plant YestcrdHy the men col ecte money from their number to help defray the expenses of those who will make the trip in the March It prevented Set i with his lUrs Set of Colllngdale Wednesday eight youths arrested charges preferred by Darby Upper Darby Springfield police were held in heavy ball for court Robert Shannon 18 of Aldan whose mte uncle a peanut planter ot Vir ginlft is said to have named him sole were damaged a triple crash night0 Ninth street near Walnut street theft JT1JC accident occurred about 1 a m CotHngdale when a truck bearing aMaiylanct Aldan and comdod wlth car being driven east rear of a Ninth o 11 ill street Ijy C L Ruckcr 37 of Hancock street The impact caused Rucker to heir to a considerable fortune was i PolU f0 of nis car and jt crashed into held in bail llssistec glider number to hel at Va last vii lit Sir 1 1 cnn i i week where Arr duPont millionaire 1 V Jfilns Slrasman 21 of e nicr establislicd a new i ColllnSclnle V1 night because the Madrid govern1 into the court of Judge W Roger ment appointed Minister of Interior Fronefield at Media yestcrdav to I Selvas overnor ccneral T i T r governor ccneral i testify in behalf of Ernest Laib of 2 to oin walkout Petltlpn signed Continued on Page Eighteen by more iivukSJ Liav 111U j j I Stonehurst A A which is situated lhosc at ihc head of the strike pitching of Carl i screwball star who uordon made ffiseXwS CSi H i jsausi witness for the government William Tne stands were fining slowlv hiif HOLD PEP SESSIO J Falls former constable Every ian hour before the same inri n question asked the witness was met iseemad lskely that Mir I charcs pLarkin Jr prcst with an objection from William Pnsingly small total of 25 000 woiiiri i the chcstel School Board addrcs Connor of defease counsel ot surpassed memberof thc Chester High Falls after refcrrina to his clecj Both the clubs stood nat nn i Athletic Association at a tion and appointment as a const abb oatting orders which have meeting hrld in the auditorium in 1928 testified that he made his first unchanged since the series started f thc Hih nt and Ful arrest two weeks later when he seized Prcsirtent Roosevelt number i ran PARTLY CLOUDY strikers will be carried by1 WI A TTITTI t OT D will make the trio Nn i n ljlA l Jilt JtUKkCAbL I thc front of one owned by Carl A Louis Burnello 23 mnrrird of iKcnc1iE of 1303 Hancock street Bc who police say is leiuier of jroro Rucker could gain control of his gang and whose home limy crashcd headlong into another owned by David E Fleming of Lincoln street Wilmington Del cars struck by Ruckcrs machine were parked on the highway Th driver of the truck failed to stop Rucker suffered a slight laceration over the right eye which injury was given treatment at police headquar ters by Dr H C Donahoo poiica surgeon charge Is thc hideout for stolen goods Btis held under S2500 bail Others Wynn 13 of Coljllgdalc to have a police record held without bail James PartdoudhTorecat for to of a truck loaded with alcohol in Mar cus Mook that the vehicle and con tents was taken to the home of Vin cent Massey a private and the next Morning turned over to thc district attorneys office Falls said he was approached by Ralph Sorgi and Rocco Soro who informed him HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press in the 7000 block Clover lane Upper Darby A verdict acquitting Laib of the club was brought in afternoon but tho costs of the case were placed upon him t Thc prosecution charged that Immediate aim of thc expedition it was said was to enlist Dearborn Maryland worxers in a general strike by orderlv picketing and mass meetings uuui 0 VIIK iiMecasi lor 10 most ol them have committed tiinir diy and tomorrow in Eastern Perm first offense although one or two and i members of the gangfenra chrcctlv re Cool weather will gang arc directly the crimes and that HOOK FIREMEN WIN CONVENTION AWARD THE SOROPTIMISTS u lllilt LOCKf HAVEN Pa Oct enticed the aid of i fiftyfourth annual convention jof the State Firemens Association tires and acccs wns llt nn encl today following a fivc streeis this meet of Scptbmhcvi aVairt MEET IN UP DARBY r A Ian KQ made ins was the first since the reopen illEr Of NIP u f CCCtlV AT 1 Dixie nee 2 Shrnvnlcc Bally Bay Last Gift Peach Basket Weather clear Track fast AT WASHINGTON PARK Miss Marr Qneen Belli Red Casino Boy Canteron Alma S JIamys Girl Her Elegance New Baby Dunes Phim Orchard Bridgeport Mt Washington Hopulikit Acin arius Camp Boss Santa Sanhia 5 7 Rocky Way Weather clear track fast J i ih tojij OTTO ALIGW WITH DOLLFUSS Not the club by coi nty dc inrormal dinner and meeting American Federation of Sor ing of the school last month Ham a by Assistant county dej An inf MacPherson president of thc organi Charlcs T sponssof the A tutlitllull 01 oor ization presided numerous complaints from resi optimists was held last hvmg m thc vicinit of the i Pierres Sixtyninth street Umr 2 MORE MEN SHOT i BaJrssLa lhs gssssr fH syr con sponsible for cither he or The highest temperature here yes tcrciay was 63 degrees at 330 p m Police recovered ilzlll ilcccs 0 and the lowest 53 at 1015 a m Thc series household 1111 mile I5nlflle of nrcmen nnd appara average of G2 degrees was four less bicycle also an automobile which tlls Fully mcn were in was found tailed in thc mud on Jx maclc wards at the close Burnellos propcrtv that was taken of lllc lwradf T1C5 included T uniformed fire than normal High for thc date wns 01 degrees in 122 and the low 37 in 1831 A year ago yesterday the aver age was 74 Sunrise today wns at 602 a m and sunset will be at 536 p m Eastern Standard time from a used car lot in Upucr Dnrbv I uniformed fire company ac A do was found in thc cellar of one i mpanicd by a band or drum corps of he homes the nnimal I JScwort 50 Sunbury second and 4rtt J I 1 P IV1 5f rtlVII nnnl been taken from a garacre that ind been robbed All Austrian Monarch ists Included VIENNA Oct ycarotd Archduke Otto heir of i Throne the beer as only voluntary contrij tercd accountant of Canada ana Were Emnloved hv Frfrlc r U1PS and these went president of the American Pcdcra IT tn u uv l j ILK for tho manUenance of the basphnll tion Coal Company i team I More than Oct maintenance of the baseball tion Mrs Krcan pointed out the importance of the work of thr Sori a dozen witnesses all optimists and gave a brief outline of their history i The club maintains chapters i throughout the world nnd is divided members of thc Stonchurst club ficd that Laib was in no way acting Unioiitown in tlc capacity of proprietor of a beer CUBAN REGIME 1 ARMISTICE DAY SEEKING PEACE j PLANS UNDERWAY Martin Makes Gesture Veterans Organizations to Old Line Politicians Arrange for Unveiling Prestige Mounts of Two Monuments company Lcwistown third each awarded a loving cup For coming the greatest distance Marcus Hook whicli traveled 211 miles received first prize of S5Q for having not less than 40 men in line with band or drum corps Ephrata was second coming 161 miles and Gettysburg third coming 148 Both received loving cups Jcrniyn was awarded for hav n the best appearing company in 5 by band or drum corps Ephrata was second made the United Press throuah Dr F R Von Wiesner of the en tourage assigned him during his exile IlfS was twofoldfirst near uniontown Hi uic capacity of proprietor of a beer throughout the world nnd is divided HAVANA Oct Grau Armilicc Day cell ami Men district parden but wns only thc manager of into major units the Airerican San Martin government it vi1 include tl poUisrnt with the the organizat ion and as such receiver and European Federations The mam mounting rxnidlv rtxvo o nnrs no salary or profils C William purpose of the organisation is to fur lnmlimriK lnPICi made a fjesture ot foucht in tle World roar of bigbore Kraft Jr represented thc common thcr world peace peace today toward the old line other wars in which celebration plans thc unvcilin or The Weather Oct 6UP wealth the little against Naziism brings materially ity of Ot monarch some possibii a constitutional iu over rtiisrnn The Brussels where Otto Chnteaus in Belgium rlttlul maKcs his headquarters first mcn Thc wounded men were Harry I Gray and P W Frederick company i HERRIOTT PASSES deputies employed by the H C Fricic j T Coke Company at Colonial NO 3 LYOIsS France Oct mine Neither was serionslv hint Premier Edouiud Herriot has t i J n illrift rt unless there icians said to crisis by shotgun chwics lisht as lhcy lny aslcep a shack fronting should recover rapidly tha1 tt on thc higlway leading to the a Physici US TREASURY BALANCE v h S WASHINGTON Oct Treasury net balance for October 4 was Miscellaneous politicians It was expected to bid rn r the nation rs cast for Sht and Satur were further advanced last 1 10lt anew for their support j night at a mcciinsof i iWCstrn Thc politicians who wciU into Veterans Civic and Patriotic Oremi shsrlitly warmer tomsht Sat hidintj at thc lime of the National zalions Committee held in the bnmniunlay cloudy slightly wirmcr battle when troops loyal to the j of thc Alfred Stevenson Post No 100 iniPnt rmitfH rtf A T routed hundreds of rebel American Legion on West Seventh in II 1 i on es Internal Revenue receipts for that I oncers were informed officially that street near Barclay street day were 81441503077 Customs rei they had nothing to fear Several hundred shots between the no w and visiting France Continued on Page Eighteen were exi dav ceipts for the month through October is suffering from a kidney4 were announced also that Chairman Henry a nounced that the committee rr scach made by soldiers and students granted the use of the Armoiv e in cast Easiern Saturday partly cloudy sHgfiih with of the deputies were riddled bullets Every window REACHES BAGDAD Ncw Fair tonight possibly leht frost in thc franberry bog smashed Five bullets from high powered rifles pierced the automobile Continued on Italy banking today A given ATrRES mGO Continued on Page Eighteen m   

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