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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FOURTEEN CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1933 FALLS ON STAND FOR THIRD DAY RUM RING TRIAL PRISON BROUGHT HIM Continued From Page One ing other stills but said that no one knew their location except John J raiders and the city treasury the us Ryan and E P White ual line being tto was Meet a I Kyans Office Falls said that every Monday and coneetois of the eleven taking recess at 1225 p m wards and turned over to him the money collected in each ward Thc collPctors met outside ind then went into the office one at a time man was allowed When they were finished 1 constables went in and our money usually i c were also nivcn lists of i the places whch had not paid piO lection and these were raided the following day These lists wcre left there by the collectors Among thc collectors I have seen Mike Lcary Eleventh Millionaires are Dave Mcrnrn Fifth Ward prison Nine years White the witness replied in affirmative stating he first met some time in 1930 when the protec tion was off What do you mean by protection off inquired the prosecutor Well it was reported that Federal agents and State police were in town and the protection was called oil re plied Falls Then Falls stated he learned a woman named Rose had opened a u joint at Front and Norns streccs I t went down there and asked her what Ward Davc she meant and she told me ain permission from E F White i said Falls She suggested that better see White and I did H o me the best thing for me to do was Bob Wright to stay out of that ward Later l Ancd thc furnLsieti lim Wts drouncd recently and left a tliirrl talked to John J Ryan about the POLICE SEEKING FRANCEGERMANY HOLDUP VICTIM DEADLOCKED ON DISARMING ISSUE Continued From Iage One went through the mans clothing and took a brown wallet containing Continued From Page One The man was told by the pair to go I GEN W G PRICE RECEIVED TOTAL OF 33075 VOTES Continued From Page One SOME PA MINERS RETURN TO WORK Continued From Page One had been parked on a street near the the foreign office felt France might Manor Theatre in Prospect Park was offer to begin disarming at the end the property of Alexander Fullcrton Of a twoyear period during which Maple avenue Folsom employed a systcm of arms control and supcr ckci taker at the theater j vision would ba tried and that Rlmnn of 4 as tlckc was on duty at the theatre at the would hold this to be the only con tlnip the cm was stolen the ma I il i time the car was stolen Thema j crctc nops ln signt of savl chlnc was abandoned in Norwood 1 conference the definitely ended If they do not the captive mine workers are likely to continue the strike indefinitely The steel men hesitate at the checkoff system under which unions dues arc deducted from miners wages by the company and turned over to the unexplred term of director of the Ule They believed acceptance poor there was only one candidate I account to union recognition Clifford H Peoples of this city who received 7855 votes in Chester and 27169 in the county a total of 35024 Director of the poor full term Katherine W Splngler of Upper Darby city 5722 county 13334 total France has demanded a fouryear 10056 Vera M Gugcrt of Radnor in its owner As the result of Hunters confession Henry Cable 22 of Ellsworth street Chester alias Pockctboolt Henry was arrested by Chester police on a warrant and held by Magistrate Honan for the Ridley Park police who are holding him without bail pending further investigation on the charge of larceny of an automobile and holdup The Ridley Park police department is particularly anxious that the victim come and identify Simonwas understood to feel that ford township city 642 county 5540 Britain in the Interest of dlsarmai total 6182 ment had more to gain by compro on Ramsey MacDonald reviving the disarmament Democratic Vote The official tabulation shows that by blindly supporting the ticket endorsed by the Demo Franc3 and allowing the conference cratic County Committee had no difli snn pni cuuiy auu Nutsy Richardson Ninth Ward Ed Ward abnvc met H 11 RiRclow in u t t0 T u V ward S Fry Tucker Welsh Franl Lravnworlli penitentiary They be me i2 i Cilibcrti Harry Ginsbtirs Andy came friends When hey were reiVfUTTH RFTNT Frank Tod Moore Chris Nacrclli and leased Blgelow gave Ward a job in1 JUUin 1C3 tiijllVj V aJ Bob Wright his artvrrtlsing concern Bisclow j TRTFIFI FOT MTTIi TRIED FOR MURDER talked to John J Ryan about me Ryan said nc pvoccccled to Of his SS000000 estate to the man joint and he told me to lay on ana nid the places which had failed to who war lis friend in prison Ward Trial proceedings began this that there was no use bucking these Tllc dcfcndults vcrc to now is president of theSt Paul con ing in the court of Judge ellows the office of Magistrate John J Co c Prior to linking Whitei with the anfj thejc usuUy or case Falls had identified Harry S1QO and costs Part Qf thcflnc man of Rockdale as the man t u rcHSluv and had the slot machine concession mi m 11 un llnto morn Albert DuUon MacDadc in the case of 16 yearold Richard Ragone of the 5600 block Hadfield avenue Philadelphia i who is thc of i Igillf QiiCi f man was being taken care of as ne i nineyearold William Reilley Jr of 1530 South Fiftyeighth street Phil a persistent rumor that on Jlme 23 JMU fltlo au The brutal slaying was perpetrated he received S25 from Arnoldi L MeI whf thc Bovcrnmcnt com in Mounl Moih Yea to die Britain opposes firmly permitting Germany to rearm but is under stood to be unwilling to agree to mili tary occupation of German terri tory as a penalty for German ob British opinion is strong against mixing in European mili tary adventures and encourage unionization of the steel industry itself Twenty thousand strikers resumed work In the Cambria and Somerset county fields last week Others voted to return today in West Mqrcland and Indiana counties some mines in Allegheny county planned to resume operations The Steel and Metal Workers In dustrial Union not affiliated with the MANY PRIZE DOGS ARE EXHIBITED Show Conducted by the Llanerch Country Club a Successful Event With the green hills and hedges of the Llanerch Country Club as a background a row of tents housing hundreds of dogs all shapes sizss breeds and descriptions and a prize ring for the nobility of dogdom the Delaware County Kennel Club on Saturday held its annual dog show which was well patronized Entries were booked from kennels in this locality and from neighboring states a large number of winners being tabbed from New jersey A special prize for the best dog in the show went to a pointer the champion American Federation of labor amed Benson of Ciombie owned by u nnnn iL fcJ 1LUII1 ilUJU 11 The witness then identified Rocco N gt dctcclivc for his part t it its county adjacent to thc Philadelphia county line and Cobbs Sgro as proprietor of a roadhouse at h alowing a rllmboat to unload U vas a Johnsons Corner where Uquor was McNca ln v ft niiinbcr cu cue contemplating similar Creck PnrK Tne body of Reilley was MiTnli itiniilrl ai i 4 r 1 l I J J David Meehan as a collector David Meehan as a coecor my h Fifth ward who had ordered a raid bo d assistant who Falls I replied Sykes told Fonncr Dl3trict Atlor Sachs and then recalled the order telling Falls that Sachs had paid the protection money James Meli state detective and special operator for the district attorney O N Smith chief of county detectives and Michael Trestrail his assista ulc testified he had seen every week Johnny Ryans office at Third and Edwards streets and also that he had seen them talking with Chris Kacrelli in Marcus Patrick Quinn state detective and Hubert J Dick Ryan as men connected with the racket and particularly in ref erence to the protection list Falls will be followed by a few j minor witnesses who will corroborate j asked the Sca He gave the men per unload the whisky from the boats and to bring thc trucks through the gates to haul the liquor away Did you ever see any money psid inflicted by a rusty ice pick which n i i mnictca ny a rusty ice PICK w Whcn the tmA stSitcdfla3i was found later by detectives ere were cxac 00 dcrendants who A ju Qf 12 mon was choscnThe there wcre exactly 90 defendants who the roll call One 1 I McCartney builder of Upper Darby l is follows Joseph P sixth is a fugitive Before the trial George Allen retired Upper ff ft111 Darlw Janics Mahoney stonecutter had been sworn 11 changed their nnmnHais Ynsirimv Tra to Connell asked Keyes No Falls replied me he paid Connell S2 iitv friiilfi not guilty i ncy Charles Edwin Fox came to his office for counscl m Counlv nelc of cemetery memorials Yeadon Ira 10 Hcarne spinner Chester Edward W J Scheibley unemployed Springfield i Warren McKinney laborer Chester William Bryant clerk Haverford PARIS Oct plots instead of disarmament interested Paris today as thc World Disarm ament Conference steering committee met at Geneva Newspapers charged that Ger manys general staff planned to in vade France by way of Switzerland in the event of war The Newspaper Le Matin said re cent Swiss army maneuvers were based on defense of the Jura Moun tain passes between Neuchatel and Biennc Le Petit Parisicn saidUhat in its attack Germany proposed to paralyze all Swiss communications by means of secret agents hoping to prevent mobilization of troops Premier Edouard Daladier in his speech closing the radical Socialist party convention warned against war or an armaments race He said France would disarm only if the Disarmament Conference suc ceeded in meeting her demands for security culty in winning in the primary For sheriff Nathan P Pechin of Radnor township received 7508 votes and James McBride of Upper Darby 1823 votes Countv controller Albert J Craw ford of Clifton Heights 72371 Stewart P Clarke of Media 1457 Prothonotary James F Gallagher of Ridley township 6132 Clerk of Courts William O Ilgen fritz of Yeadon 6023 Jury Commissioner J V Gal lagher of Ridley township 3428 J A Stinson of Upper Darby 1965 Joseph Carson of Clifton Heights 1258 J M Gallagher of Radnor township 1027 Sarah M ONeill of Aston township 344 L A Marshall of Aston 211 For Director of the Poor Helen M Hackett of Upper Darby received 5455 votes and Samuel Goodley of Bethel township 2216 votes This is for the full term The Democrats did not have a candidats for the un explred term so the name of Mr Goodley was written in and he was nominated for that place with 350 votes Prohibition Parly planned to continue its attempt to place its organizations in the Am bridge Pennsylvania steel mills Scores of miners and workers flocked to Ambridge yesterday to at tend the funeral of Adam Pletrusakl father of three children who was slain last Thursday when Beaver county deputies cleared the streets of picket lines Police were active aut there were disorders Smith township Thomas M Sipple sales Smith Michael rrcstiail assistant Ycarinn Frnnk1 Hibhs t t f t t omitii iviitim v i Ji VAII detective and Bert Reading Sykes chauffeur for the district nthn caer e src aorney otheis Keyes said where was thc officr announccci his withdrawal last man Yeadon Frank J Hibbs sales man Norwood Joseph Carter sales man Darby David Bolton watch S riremcci hi let inn the nvnnpr uciug ujjuuiu uy ooate llls aaion llnc Representative Elhvood J Turner and hT Mr Keyes InlSmcd cated on Sixth street near Welsh 1 thing to da reporters this morning The fire As you went into the cellar It VPS les Attorney John V The learncc from an authentic WASHINGTON Oct Three hundred strikers from silk mills in Patsrson N J Seranton Pa and other silk centers packed an NRA hearing today to oppose pro posed modifications of thc cotton tex tile code which would bring the rayon finishing and dyeing industry within the codes provisions CHESTER HOSPITAL BULLETIN FOR TODAY the stand The prosecution total of 196 witnesses to call about the John J Ryan leader of the Ninth Ward has so far borne thc brunt of Another surnrise moe that Ins i stlcnt and the answcr was Biven by rtiiuuur suipnse moe uat nas a o jonu y Diggins who exconstables testimony and in more than a dozen specific trans actions has been named by Falls as the paymaster for the organization receiving money from ward collec tors and dispensing it to Falls and other constables and policemen With clashes frequent between diet A Keyes the prosecutor William T Connor one of the battery of de aanng Sykes mlnber cf defendants guessing is i s Keyes then asked Falls if ho knew the fact that a man believed to be plead ott fullty a man named John Bcssinger Falls said he did and John J Bossinger in the Government employ who was saia nc nici ana Jonn J aossinger accompanied bv a Government wit Jr one of the defendants stood up llcss a former private detective cnni gnawins at his nnge to bc identified The witness said he to this city Saturday and yesterday atilrd a swcater dd not know him but knew his yo to this city Saturday and yesterday did not know him but knew his and took pictures of places mentioned latner jn lnc orjginni indictment Another disturbing element among As the trial opened Ragone ap peared visibly nervous and sat He was and knickers youthful appear MORRIS HILLQUIT SOCIALIST IS DEAD NEW YORKt pet Hill quit lawyer and internationally fam ous Socialist leader was dead at his home here today after a long ill ness He was 64 Hillquit was one of the acknowl edged leaders of American Socialism and during his activities in the United States participated widely in public life although he never held elective office He succeeded the late Victor Berger in 1929 as chairman of the Socialist National Committee and took a prominent part in the Socialist partys national activties He was for 20 years general counsel of the International Ladies Garment Work ers Union One of his latest public pronounce ments came in March of this year when he expressed Socialist opposi tion to President Roosevelts pro posals for labor camps and proposed continental congress for economic The nominees of the Prohibition Party with the official vote follow Sheriff B F Moore 58 county controller Mabel D Pennock 56 prothonotary J P Palmer 55 clerk of courts H Muehling 53 jury com missioner D T Christy 54 director of the poor full Annie P Richards 51 director of the poor un expired J A Maxwell 6 Socialist Party The official tabulation of votesof the Socialist Party follow Sheriff Thomas McGee 47 county controller G R Cooper 44 prothon otary M F Wells 44 clerk of courts J A Poole 44 jury commissioner A S Barker 44 director of the poor full Jesse H Holmes 41 director of the poor unexpired Charles N Young 3 Accident victims given treatment at the Chester Hospital during the week end included Helen Roop Media contusion of the finger Frank Can non Woodlyn injury to shoulder Raymond Reich 1909 West Fourth street laceration of arm Willie Jones 213 Tilghman street lacera tion of scalp John McLaughlin 246 East Fifth street contusion of shoulder Sam Feld 1930 West Sev enth street laceration of leg Joseph Rippe 637 Morton avenue laceration of thumb Joe Roch 216 Concord ave nue laceration of scalp Fred Lonn quist 908 Upland street injury to shoulder Clifford Miller 1524 Yeagle avenue Moore laceration of arm Balie Harris 125 Reancy street injury to knee Jack Nowacywk 2604 West Mrs M Hartley Dodge of Madison N J A most outstanding win of tha afternoon was made by Indian Princa II a cocker spaniel owned by Dr H B Kobler and Mrs Kobler of Overbrook This canine a steady prize taker in previous shows took top honors as the best of his breed and later in tha sporting variety group finished in third place The nonsporting group and the working dog class were both centers jf attraction the former being won by Miss Nira not quite a year old a smart and trappy marked Boston Terrier owned by a PhUadelphian John Melah and the latter class lonors being awarded to a flne Ooberman pinscher female owned by Fred R Klngman of Rydal Pa The Doberman Erna von Graf Zeppelin repeated its recent win at Far Hills N J as the leader of the working dogs present Other variety class winners in cluded Feri Flottenberg a smooth haired dachshund entry from tha Ellenbert Farm of Greenwich Conn winner of the sporting class Nagako v Minitur a Japanese spaniel owned by Mrs E H Bsrendsohn of Brooklyn winner of the toy variety and the Ch Warland Protector Shelterock the airedale winner of tha terrior group Other winners were breed class competition of English setters won by Hadceda Mary owned by Charles Allen of Brooklyn Irish setter Prince of Shawnee owned by George Staudenmaier of Roxborough best of breed win notched by theveteran champion bulltcrrier White Corsair owned by John H Irwin of Haddon field N J Rebbeca owned by W P Klapp Jr of Radnor took high j honors in the Bassethound field Seventh street laceration of head Delco Minor owned by Mrs William Patricia Fallen 1201 West Fourth duPont of Newtown Square won the street laceration over knee William beagle bread prize the best of the BooBoo Hoff Mentioned In 1929 Falls fenae attorneys and Judge Welsh presiding at the trial it appears that the case may continue for many they were stopped who asked them i ance as he took the witness stand U S AGENT CLUBS KELLY IN FIGHT OKLAHOMA CITY Oct Machine Gun Kelly ac cused Urschel kidnaper was struck over the left eye with a pistol in a fight with federal agents today when he and his wife Katherine entered federal building for trial Agent J C White wielded the pos tol The fighfc started when Kath erine Kelly slapped White and Kelly with handcuffed hands swung at the agent White caught Kellys hands and Trosino Third andi Franklin streets fractured shoulder Edward Phillips 602 West Tenth street laceration of forehead Lorelli Gilbert 1412 West Ninth street abrasion of abdomen Rebecca Williams Watts street lacer ation of face Esther Davis 134 East Fourteenth street contusion of back Howard Davis East Twentyfourth street brush burns of elbow Clyde Mingis Rural avenue laceration of hand Jack Rucker 1616 West Ninth street laceration of eyebrow Charles Bainlow 225 East Fifth street lacera tion of head Roland Cole Media brush burns of face Greyhounds was Vivcrdon Princess owned by Mrs B F Lewis Jr of West Chester thc Norwegian Elk hounds were outclassed by one of their number Kettle Grove Inga owned by Mrs E W Miller of Riverton N J Anahassitt Blue Sox the Collia entry of Mrs William F Dreer of Rosemont prevailed as best Collie of the show Great Danes were numerous tha first prise baing tabbed by Asta V Hoheneck from ths Richoften Ken nels of Ithan Pa Rofe Bolsters Airedale entry Countss of Alvin Farm went to winners female and Helen Seidlow 721 Green street best of winners but btwsd to C War laceration of ear Ruby Tarlton 20 street Marcus Hook fractured tnriKv whpn iarm James Tarlton 20 Walnut street toaay wnen Marcus Hook laceration ace Elvan Abul 1000 Meadow lane lacer ation of scalp Jane Coupe 1131 Thomas street fractured arm Jacob Dubolini 1103 Washington street laceration of finger Anthony Linsky Concord road laceration Of face Wesley Robinson 910 Holland street week The BootleggerV Union as dei scribed by the witness maintained headquarters in a malt and hop store on West Third street near Franklin street and included in its member ship list bootleggers and constables Mm we wcre just rding around and looked like suspicious and tolct us to get out of the neighborhood I told Sykes I do not know whether Ragone did plan by Premier VaidaVoevod in volving the marriage of King Carol of Rumania to a princess whose name has not yet been disclosed was continued to fight White reaching ns gun clubbed Kelly j ii w HVY Wiw The scope oT the State investigation this or not Our defense is insanity vo is said to have extended even further The boy has bcen a h0peiess imbecile of than the Government investigation fi0m his birth until the present date It was organized when a Philadel phia liquor ring started shipping j r liquor into Chester thus hurting the Sykes dared him to and finally he local trade considerably I took us to a magistrates office but that it looked like there was some because of the wide of laws He does not know the difference rumored today in quarters well ih thiiiB hot thprp nnri Hrmo omimri i and stnaues under wluclT the fatatc tween right and wrong We ask for j formed regarding Rumanian affairs a verdict of not guilty by reason of There it is reported that Mme T thing hot there and we drove around again investigation could be conducted as The police officer stopped us again the comparatively limited this insanity and said he was going to lock us up i range HATCHET WIELDED The union FallsTaid met each not know what charge toput week in tho malt and hop store j against us and wore freed Ovned by Frank Cilibeiti named as night I got a call from Jimmy Burns the collector for the Sixth Ward asking me what I was doing in The members included Frank Cili Primes He said my license number berti Dominick Ciliberti Frank Dat been reported to him He asked tilio Emanuel Pomerantz Edmund me if we had followed any alcohol Holden and Frank Carafa They and l sniA yes although I made plans to seize liquor trucks hadnt A feud of several clays standing between two Neprocs yesterday afternoon about 2 when Isaac Woolford 56 ofthe 200 block Tilghman street struck Willie Jones 39 of the same on i Magda Lupescu for whom Carol once Diggins told ths jury that if they renounced the throne will quit I rendered a verdict of not guilty for Bucharest shortly to take up a resi this reason the boy would not go free dence abroad This is interpreted ild prcoably ba placed in an to mean thc Premier has succeeded in aryium for ths remainder of persuading ths King to give up his stubborn opposition regarding V fathr lhe Lupescus influence at court little to say He uas j bitter against Ragone and swore that I rTJTCUTir OTTTT There is no justice if that boy gets olHiHilj but prcoably his life William IT t i wmie UHUKJjij zvuuy A iiauuc anu MAGDA struck the gangster with his fist As LefvyL Mcllvaine street contusion of scalp Frank Walker 910 West Seventh street laceration of forehead Edith McAllister 1132 Curry street lacsr ation of wrist Vemon Bele Prospect Park laceration of finger Francis Galvin 1113 Meadow lane dog bite Isabelle De Paul 109 Franklin street swallowed linament Alice Harris 429 East Tenth street contusion of back Clinton Miller 212 East Roland street brush bums of elbow Mabel White Lima laceration of finger Cyrus Ray Hilltop avenue Media contusion of back Guards kept back a curious surg ing crowd and the two defendants were hurried on into court The trial then began The back of Kellys head was bleeding and a knot the size of an egg appeared on ths left side of his forehead Gus T Jones chief agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation at San Antonio alleged that an at tempt of Mrs Kelly to kill her father preciptated the clash land Protector as best of the breed Valley Green Top Hole tabbed an other best of breed in the Irish terrier class for his owner James Steele of Flourtown Good News of Redfpof owned by Lewis H Parsons of Villanova Pa took the honors in the Manchester terrior field the bsst of the miriitature Schauzsrs was named in Ch Urian Thuringia of the Mardale Kennels Toy dog breeds La Rex Doll Oreo owned by Mrs Harry Pcaster best of Chihuahuas Mrs H L Yocums Robideaux M took best of the Eng lish Toy Spaniel Keumanna Taf feta a Japanese Spaniel owned by Miss Georgianna Cuthbert of Ard more took the winners male ribbon but Nagako V Minitur was adjudged best of breed Jacko de Verne a Papillion owned by Dr R N Rivers of Lansdowne was named winner of that toy breed while Aina V Mont gomery owjied by Sidney P Seeler of victor in tha 3s Mrs A V tHallowell of Philadelphia entered the A 1 1 I Jt Vl f 1 1 1 i 1 tilt Mmp t He said the woman stoppsd when Admissions to the nospitai werei winning a black Oriental named Mme she saw J E Brooks the parent but Mrs Rutay Fachton 20 Walnut street Back Monarch of Far East for TTrtrtlr Tt n J owned by philadelphians who were J arranged to meet him at he j the head with a hatchet inflicting a not members of the union Falls Third Ward Republican Club and he said The union also controlled sad he wanted to introduce me to stills In the city and county and ac some men who wcre running an al cording to the witness all were paycohol plant in Primos and took me ing protection John Ryan had a list of every still in the county and when I ran across a still I vent to Ryan and he the McClatchy building on Sixty nilU wcro f BooBoo HofT I wcnl and was introduced to Sclwarte looked it up on his list If it was told we he would take cpra O K he told me not to touch it If it wasnt on the list it was Falls said So well was the liquor ring ized Falls said that constables police officers guarded trucks with alcohol as far as New and from there New Jersey Grand Jury probe of of me deep wound in his scalp Police wcre notified and went to he scene of trouble where they ar rested both men and took them to police headquarters where they were locked up after Jones had bcen treated at ths Chester Hospital There is no justice if that boy gets away with this crime As he spoke these words he glared at the defend ant Dr John Hutchings of Clifton Heights coroners physician described the boys wounds in a detailed man ner According to his testimony there were 41 stab wounds some superficial and others as deep as five inches A few of the wounds pene trated to the left lung and to the This morning when arraigned be heart The bov died of internal fore Magistrate FIGURE DIES AT 86 CLEVELAND Oct UP Stewart Henry Chisholm one of the nations leading figures in the steel industry died at his home here last night He was 86 years old Chisholm was instrumental in founding and directing several com panies including American Steel and Wire Company the Cleveland Roll that White pushed her forward Mrs Kellys version was that the wrst Ninth street T3 m officer knocked me down George told him not to hit me again and the officer started beating George with his pistol She admitted slap ping White and said she would like to do it again i Marcus Hook Pmdell Faulkner 2400 j honors but a champion Wyndrfrest t Mrs Dorothy Donnie owned by Miss K Kandra of 7 KILLED IN MEXICO FIGHT MEXICO CITY Oct INS Seven persons were killed and 20 wounded in a political battle today at Matehuala in the State of San Luis Wilroy Brookhaven road Brook haven Mrs Blanche Young 517 Union street Fred Longquist 908 Upland street Leon Harris 125 Reaney street Mrs Helen Styrol Ninth and Flower streets Mrs Louise Harrison 2118 Madison street Mrs Thelma Savage 7443 Elmwood avenue Alberta Cavallo 522 West Third street Mrs Margaret Jones Haverford avenue Swarthmore John Mahoney Sixth street Upland Mrs Helen Thornton 221 Parker street Craig 40 West Fourth street ing Mill Comoany the HP Nail Corn court neither man wanted to press Asbury Park N J took the best of breed STATE RULES ON NEW DEPOSITS IN BANKS operated alcohol plants in and directed the operations of alcohol trucks from a palatial office ii U jtV JL VlllVb j had slot machines the two seamen and injured 13 nins seri explained ously lrli At this juncture the dcfensfc at Hclcn Sidlow 18 of 721 Green The L26 went asround Saturday ume cariy Sunday torneys objected to the testimony bc street suffered bniisrj and contusions night off the Kinlyrc peninsula It ing given and Judge Welsh r of bociv late last nicht when an refloatcd proceeded yesterday marked The defendants will have riivnn hv Ririnrrf F ln wltl lhrce other sub an opportunity to take thc stand and Plarlnfs toward Campbelllown Har foot wall surrounding the jail somej burg detachment arrived in Weirton p nth rtn L Kiirfi o ae c san an bdildmg onwm be Blvenlhc samc protclcliona Cole 19 of Media crashed into a tele Formcr Judgc Gordon attornev for BaPn at Nirlil sllC2t and Mor A list oJ the protected places in senator McClurc jumped to his fet lon nvcmlc tne city and county nivpn hv i nrvin triin Falls although he maKj ion nave no riRht to say X i to not know Whether or bor There was an explosion in the battery room underneath to maintain order ILeiner street Media The following were Dorotny Smith discharged i Tnc L of submarines have by and took except ion to the courts re Coc l d placed him been hoodooed The L24 was tnsre i marks You have no right to savllndcr anCS lhal h had fallen rammed off Portland in 1924 and 4S v f v J1 You do not know whether or thc G mcn wcrc L55 collided memder au or them One of the not the defendants arc coir to nr Vlouscllc 3021 XVcsl Third street I with a Russian torpedo boat off Continued From Page One places on this Vustwas house on stand I ask for ths wilhclrawal i9oklhr to the Chester Kronstadt in 1919 and 41 lives were T foundered off Hong i Jobs and dont look for a gas leak with Seven L boats were 1 a lighted match Fire Prevention Week Is Being Observed Here Mrs Evelyn Schmidt 110 East Chel ten road Mrs Margaret Klrkman 1133 Upland street Mrs Louise Gi gono Green street Marcus Hook Mrs Nellie Scott 716 West Fifth street Mrs Anna Hawrylak 113 Norris street between Front and Of a juror and thr cise cnntimipri KosPital where she was given treatlost Thc L9 Second streets Here on the cityi HC was oxwulcd and the CourtmpntColc hcld for a fmthcr Kong in 1923 owned property John TrofTo had a granted an exception Court hearing in police court on Saturday scrapped in IS Owned property Joim TrofTo had large still and turned out thousands of gallons of alcohol Falls said Other places named by Falls as bc hearing in police court on Saturday TWO RACERS HURT IN CONN CRASH Jury Cautioned When Court adjourned at 1230 Sat to convene at 10 oclock this Margaret Johanscri Marcus Hook morning Judge Welsh warned the 7 Republican Club Tenth street Marjury not to discuss thc case with1 DANBbRV Conn Oct 9UNS cus Hook run by Jimmy Burns and anyone and to cio nothing that would Joseph Garson 25 automobile Walter Butchl Harris thc ONeill mr thc progrcfs of the trial The of Great Neck L I WPS in critical scrapped in 1D31 and 1932 MASS7THEATRE IS jBooth street Sarah Woolley Ogden Mrs Anna Fischer 720 West Sixth street Hannah Harwitz 1019 Butler street Grant Light 2322 Chestnut given Always remember the nearest street Mrs Myrtle Sullivan Moylan alarm box and how to us it If Betty Sweeney Worrell street Leiper phoning be sure the address given isj ville Florinda Orslni 1109 West understood use a neighbors street John Zaglcy 2901 HARRISBURG Oct The attorney generals department today gave to the department of banking a series of legal interpreta tions to govern the handling of new deposits in banks closed on Sep tember 30 after operating on a re stricted basis since last March The department took 15 state banks over for liquidation The opinion advised the depart ment to sell immediately any securi ties in which new deposits were in vested and to obtain any other funds deposited with Federal Reserve banks or other institutions Should the total thus obtained not be sufficient to pay new deposit claims in full then each depositor must share in the de ficiency When those having new deposits owe the bank for loans both old and new deposits may be credited against the loan before any payment may ba made the opinion held Payments to who have new deposits was recommended as soon as possible from such funds instead of waiting until other affairs of tha bank are liquidated TESTIFIES FOR DAVIS NEW YORK Oct ator James J Davis of Pennsylvania uav iv g kJCVUillll UUIUl V f In concluding his advice the chiefphone rather than one in the burn west Third street Maurice Baynes jwas W016 a memoir 01 mo Isaid Teach everyone In the family ing building JMilmont June Patrick Concord Neat Supreme Council of the Moose as m nifh tn ofh For purpose of extinguishing j Dougherty 525 East Eleventh street i vdnfoH TrtKn Trmlc fyVitrfrtfttifVi I OI Lnc vutuu iu to be careful with fire to watch stoves fire places and electric irons the possTbTiayo I John M Lewis 3200 WesV TiUtTTi rvi1 eirvA citwun nuua incipient Diazes ana tne possiointy oiijunn M uewis west imrtccnm n lilStjU Ul1 MoUU other places where fire could oc dothing catching afire the systcm toistrcct Mrs Alma Needles PleasantI on uc cur through laxity and have old rags followed has bcen set down as fol view avenue Linwood Shcafler FR n papers and other rubbish removed inus Kvninfn tn rvrrvone in the Glauser 1611 Washington street J WORCESTER Mass Oct and otner rubbisn removed lows Explain to everyone in the Driving about the residential sec CST home what to do in the event of fire William Grcenberg 132 Holland in p larse scdantvpc a second section of his Fire Rnd how to put out fire on clothing street Crum Lynnc Margaret John evention tAlk rialhrnin lias u nn 1Rin Sivth sJronf RamiiPl Sixth street No 1 Concord road farm run by Emanuel Pomerantz jurors are quartered in the Ben jam ccndUlon Vodav after hs racing caV bandits today rounded up Frank oftuStoM i T onrrt WSlow R F D and the Cihberti brothers still on Franklin Hotel across the street from had crashed throich n fence and manager o the Palace Cfllhou hM als lnf n Casper Schmidts farm still at Sec the Federal building at Ninth and plunpsd into a brforc 20000 specTheatre and his wife and thc assist mwt prtvalent local evil that of an ond and Howell streets owned by Chestnut fctrcnsWe have ar tators at ths races which vesteday Robirt R Portle drove VA 1 n construction of i everincreasing record of false flre 20 WHiLlS John Troffo still at From and rangcmcnts for vour comfort the closed the Danburv Fair Uiem to the theatre captured the T w L l alarms SOme and Tilghman streets owned by John Court said and vou will be takei Harry Issingsr 30 of Philadelphia Janitor Charles Gary and p nolica He sas yollr others by thoughtless individuals of thc fraternal was testified today at his trial 011 charges of violating the fed eral lottery laws by William Nast of Long Island City a witness for tha defense Troffo still at Brandywine Summit for rides under the supervision of was in fair condition His rrcing ca owned by John TrofTo Front and deputy marshal Judge Welsh also roaring along in second position i Fulton Frank Ciliberti one of the stated that a phyisician and a dentnp fivemile handicap event crashc gcaV officer Michael Morrissev as as resafe whose methods are motivated by xt Buiuns ronnnp to prevent the spread ofnothing but a disregard for others in weekend receipts partners 2 West Second street Mar list had ben assigned to the twelve nn frncc and overturned cus Hook Alfred Sorgi owner Ninth men should they require their serv and Green streets Marcus Hook al ices Yestirdav the iurors f Vitr vsl TV A i J Mi Ot hedi The robbers forced one of the men install a nonjThe way In which this evil can be to open thc safe and with cwbustable basement celling For stamped out Is by a watchfulness on is WOO after locking their captives in Itlic Part ofevery and cohol plant runyby Frank D Amato special bus had a long ride and Sorgi moonsnme plant on West Fairmount Park and otlvr Tlurd street near Franklin rxm by Bryan A Hermes form or PhitadA the Cilibertis and others still ir phia assistant district attornev is now iSj500 pfter lockine thrir in ule persons wno wisely Keep the part of every citizen MOTHER fi CHIT closet capuxes in flrc fighLi appliances in their to cooperate with police IVI ThtCttrio escaped when the ooUce follows reputing any loiterc TXT TIT t TT l Wlllll LUC 1 lIvKloH UN t LAMES officer battered down the door and firemen loiterers about an T F MANVILLE JR Thornbury township run by John Sctlng a7 coun cl c A Tioffo alcohol plant on Main street and O N Smith couny detect Ur Darby the Walnut Grove Inn run and Bert Reading Ncim PERQUOT Minn Ocl 9 rS TREASURY BALANCE qviir of your fire chief when pur alarm box who appear to be awaiting chasing a fire extinguisher to assure an opportunity to send in an alarm that you get the proper kind and do without cause not hesitate at any time to ask mem The Fire Prevention Week pro The wedding the lourtii ror ine GREENWICH Conn Oct Thomas F Manville Jr heir to the asbestos millions and Miss Marcelle Edwards former chorus girl who in 1931 won the title of Miss Broadway in a beauty contest were married yes terday after driving to Greenwich from New York by Frank and a speakeasy in the for District Altonf Fifth Ward conducted by John Sacks In addition to the stills he named Falls said that Troffo admitted nd hr six children rrng ariinpr NT from months to treasury net balance for Oct 6 was up fire prevention Director of Public Safety today in a fire i Miscellaneous in you have in mind will feature a public mcc WASHINGTON Oct bers of the fire department to r aram arranged by Chief Calhoun and W M Povel 1 InC lor UJCiVirt Attnrnntr T n oiiu t 10 i itiiu in acta cJrtcr r thclr Il0mc ilmiM wvnuc rccci5s lhat day K 92896301 public meeting on Fire To assure persons who may be Prevention to be held tomorrow cvc callcd upon at any time to sound an I ning in the auditorium of the Smed alarm may avoid confusion and delay ley Junior High School Seventeenth J the following adminition has been and Upland streets 39yearold heir and his third to a Broadway actress was performed in a Greenwich hotel by Justice of the Peace John J OBrien The marriage was the first for Miss Edwards who gave her age as 20 years FILM ACTOR STRANGLED HOLLYWOOD Oct 9 A mysterious strangler was sought to day for the murder of Townsend Paull 36 Hollywood film actor Ha was found in his own home garroted to death with his own scarf Tha slayer took thc actors wallet con taining about S20 and removed a cameo ring from his victims finger FEARS SCHOONER LOST HALIFAX N S Oct Fears that the schooner Dorin found ered and her entire crew of eleven are lost were announced today by Captain J T Cruickshfn owner of the vessel He believes that the thrcemaafc schooner foundered in ths recent   

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