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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 12, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              58TH 17721 With AH and Best News of the Day CARNIVAL OWNER ATTACK ON PHJLA SEVEN DIE AS ACCUSES UPPER ARMORYBY KHAKI DARBY OFFICIALS SHIRTS IS FOILED PA THURSDAY OCTOBKu 12 Tried on Gambling Charge He Says He Was Victim of Shakedown on Croup Ready to March Washington in Alleged Plan lo Steal Anns Declares He Paid Twenty To Cripple Electric Plant Constables for Permis and Darken City Police sion to Do Business Take it from Max Gruberg when t comes to shakedown artists those Balk It by Raids Plans of the Khau Shirts of Amer ica to stage an armed march on Iead the Of lhe Washington with the intention or making President Roosevelt Dicta count y Gruberg owner of thc famous car nival bearing his name went on trial before Judge W Roger Fronefield yesterday charged tor of America were frustrated by police raids in Philadelphia today As a result Art J Smith national yesterday charged with allovine gambling devices to operate at his j commander of the organization was carnival when it played Upper Darby a deserter from his army ol his followers were in Everybody that could beg borrow or steal a badge appeared at the s carnival Gruberg declared and snook me down There were at least forty or fifty on the payroll and then they turned around and arrested me he continued in a plaintive voice Giuberg was arrested on June 1G by Constable John L Kerns after members of the Good Government Lpjgue of Upper Darby complained about wheels of chance which were operating nightly very much in the operators favor they claimed On the witness stand yesterday the defendant said he paid S300 to Cyrus A Agnew president of the Upper Darby Board of Commissioners for what he described as a permit Gru berg also said that Magistrate John S Mecleary demanded 5250 from him but he refused to pay One night Pat Quinn private de tective from this city now on trial m thc Federal Courts with 78 other men appeared on the scene Gruberg A said and after inspecting the ani quarters told Gruberg they vio lateda state ordinance Gruberg said Quinn 55 a night for four The raids were made on the Khaki Shirts headquarters after authorities learned of an alleged plot to steal weapons and ammunition from the Third Regiment Armory in Phila delphia for the purpose of armine mfl fa marchers Forty guns knives sword canes blackjacks and other weapons confiscated in the police raids which occurred a few hours before scheduled march and after a vigi by detectives at the Khaki Shirts headqu Detectives cornered Smith a half hour before the alleged theft of the armory was to take place While they questioned him concerning thc plans to march on Washington and overthrow the government by force Smith leaped from a window and disappeared Three hundred of the YttltlnJ5 for to TWENTY PAG US PRICE TWO CENTS Rumor Ford Plant Reopens Tomorrow Wit hi 400 on Hand According strong rumors Ahlch nulned clrculnilon tliis morning tin assembly piniu of the Motor Cuinpiuiy fool of Lloyd illcot will be reopened tomorrow niornlnp wiiii force of UOO men rrptncc eiuployes who went out Jii strike about two weeks HBO At the plant ihis niornliiK It mcl Ihsit the olllelals hud BOIIO out tnd no one In could Kive ny Infoniuilion UJP rumor H wms suld n number if men who hnd been employed U the plant prior lo the strike had ivn oilcrid positions uul will take the place ot he strikers 6850 SIGNERS OF NRA PLEDGE WITNESSES TELL OF GRAFT PAID TO PROTECTIONRING West End Woman Testifies She Paid m Three Years to Avoid Police band Went to U S Jail After Payments Other Officers Beside Rejr ular Collectors ted by Canvassers Two hundred and thirteen patriotic men and women in lie Clusler Dts Iricl have jusi ilnLslKd Ihr cinvnvs fur consumer slyncis for tinNRA A total of 6850 cards Imve be Unied in lo Mlss jnn S Peoples Major General for uu Chester Of his number 45fi were re POLICE SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN nnpi CA of menincluding Col onel Edward JWood 31 who i ai attacked Assistant District Attorney C Wil boast that 1 S detective mfAvmM Car of PARTLY COLDE I BLAMES POLICE FOR HIS TROUBLE Partly cloudy skies nrc predicted to ttay and tomorrow vith colder on i terday was 66 degrees at i p m nnJ I thc lowest jvas 53 at li a m The I A prominent and rcsiccnt Iury Finds Trainer Man Guilty and Recommends Mental Mis Clarence E Ayers of 012 Knst 4th street and Mrs William 0 Mc Dowell of inoa West Third street hw cily Mrs J J Sweencv 13P Klrvenlh street Kddysfonc andMis Iuwiird Dnllon 1103 Wuodsldc n ve nue Upland deserve mtlit lor the uMiHs nccomplLshrd under their supervision Pnisi ant appreciation Is due all ness When He Changed His Politics Bought Still Under Protection But Raided Before It Was Fix ers and Collectors tho jail when in jiiau halted the clusol iur n tactics of minnr olliaals ami UKWcntifitulion of collectors and IcaS i tay lht countv conspiracy case HI IocKiiai lourt today ctofcnse attorney when Ik lo1 by woman witness this omior oboyoil the witness Mrs Bisslc Uwaiiskl of Second md and Ed word S Pry In the courtroom Wilson streets Chester was the flrst nnd slated he witness this morning to both of them 0 described the vanous whels baUer down thedoo fh fhiladBlPhIn been missing from on 0 S ASSAULTS BY NAZIS Eighteen Holland Bridge which spans Crum stanciald time road Media vicious circle of is 35 estib Pennsylvania state police Hnvcrford and minimum 36 Sunrise today was at 6 09 a m anri ifliCD and Dr will be at 52G p meastern road Brookline is me Frank money from to is Robert B carnival operated for police nroteci Samuel Sahis attorney for the de fendant told the jury that the prose cution was the result of a feud be facUons in The case will conclude today COLUMBUS DAY AT MEDIA COURTHOUSE WASHIKO State YOUTH ADMITS THEFTS on Nazi troopers cred iii Chester were Mrs H n nachiMis j M out to rniTctt lMrsWilliam M Taylor Mvs H A Weaver Mrs Set me Frank Trainer of Trainer 1 M Al Mrs Desmond took thc witness stand yesterday i SMyfr Mrs ciar fcfore Judw W Roger Fronefleld to tasluy that there is a conspiracy Blciloch nfcot by notice nnri niHtvc 1C Majors hnd nc home the citizen abQuts Secretary Hull announced the Ger man government lias been mediate drastic ri d Coumbus Day is being observed atueldor was as a holiday at the courthouse at wative born Ane1ican or his plans and were at jjiiitj 111HJ Vl C loss as to where to look for him j Tells Detective Hc I Valuables From Parked Automobiles nfcot by police and others which is Tllc Majors hud being directed against him Lieutenants the Mr Trainer well known in Chester Dou6herly Mrs B F nnd Delaware counties wu arrested Hnmmond Ms Willinm CrystkMrs on July n in Swarthmorc when Georgie Bowen was detected by Private Thomas z McUxuehlln Henrietta Captains Mrs mWLnea mat a close friend of lnat he lllid fountl Mrs Laderle Mrs Edward Davis of gutter of 8Gth stree fat Paul s road Ardmore remembered L Surges 17 of 296 West Claimed in a loin that had seen a car on the State street Bridgeton N J wno book aloft in his road ovuside of Media which looked late Mondnv by emphasis It is n like the one owned by the Lededes I Tlaffic Sergeant Busher ili an aparti vllD is on trial her AiiPT r 10 n t A iiuiuVa Cn r j he stale police barracks at V Eather Schlcck Marian Sher iiviJig with improper tas Jp MacQowan Mfs rTrainer after assorting j KeIlcrMss AI Rodgcrs ad found the plates in he Hnrry Natilty R Heed 8Gth street New York City Mrs Elva Peiininston Mlw on his car that he had rouiidlhe he NeV York CUy hand for j not Frank Trainer I hero loday J submit Rn w Rebecca Oliver Miss Margaret Mul Continued on VaRc ICightccn trial which will be fore Judge W Roger Fronefield ine trials luted for tomorrow at Media are John A Landis operat ing auto while intoxicated John Pumper operating auto while intoxi cated James OBrien r and h Mack Rowan operating auto while intoxicated Howard Miley operatina auto while intoxicated Ralnh Burnely larceny William J Lynn operating auto while intoxicated Mane Baker Lettie Evans and Bevl erly Mason prostitution Edward Twist Russell H Baker and Jcrrv Lenz violation liquor laws ijvia Galbusera alias Regego and Nicola Mmtolo violation liquor lawsHarrv Chaplin and John Yanusovick lar ceny Herbert Phillips violation li quor laws Joseph Lamb violation liquor laws Thomas Fenneil operat ing auto while intoxicated John Harris embezzlement Samuel Shank Wilham Bssisty and Harry Smith assault and battery and robbery John Kozur larceny Katherin Pas ternak receiving stolen goods Alonzo Stansbury keeping gambling e business in Germany He by b Hltler eneaoed nn imi IIVIL juuny k s 1 ssing mans house in the 800 block Edgmont j s the state police who are an I 13TH HFRTHn A V r connnrd Hc before he JJ HDA Y into power There was frank After notifying thc mL in I vife she accomuanied her was struck W Wlson of 10 East PlunStead to the local station sincehiriiVmt proceed funhcr Lansdownc a nephew to the j wnder quesUoning by Telling his story with many und engthy variations the defendant j told how he had visited New York in n was company with a woman who refused and Media police i lc who had been an inmate to in court to testify for hi in where I while there found in the cutter car Gqorse HvBifrh is r 5 01Shbonng woods were searched l s moniing and confessed to several ilold h twelfth such atand when no trace of the man was compai since Hitler camp found The bnr i ON FRIDAY THE 13TH Iho cellnr of their liomo from 1322 to j de 135 duriiiK which time she ptikl out protection money Mike Lciuy she testified WHS thc first collector We paid him per week nnd later Honfflniid was me colltfctor und hidemanded per week We were iloinK K00ct busi ness so ness so we paid In 1022 or 1923 HotiRlaiicl de manded n week but my husband refused anil Iherc was nn nrBumeut He handed Honghind nlid he look it and Inter cnme back uiul said he would compromise on We refused theu we stopped when they to direct Pleiisunt sixid hc Rave the weekly contribution in an envelope to da Paul nt the iatters place of business at Third nnd Reaney streets which he described as a booze joint but on some occasions de Paul came to mo for the money In 1927 Pleasant testified he op posed Fry nt the polls and after that ne had lo quit the business On May 20 1828 his place wna raided by County Detective Smith and his men the witness said nnd lhe rnidei3 secured a bottle of boiled water but I was held for court any way When my trial came up they produced two witnesses who pay that und altogether demanding pcr produced two witnesses who swore Shortly iuter we stopped paying I lluy mci secured buys nnd I was WE were raided by Federal ngentsimd to three months in jail l J fined I still owe of I am paying on the plan anyone see illjll my husband was tried mid convicted in this very courtroom and was sen tenced o Mercer County N J Prison impatience In hs newest ATTORNEYS SUM UP IN DAVIS TRIAL d wcted hn ctca tlic s HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT Unltrd Press of found state were notified Once before Mr Lederle has dis appeared hi a similar fashion but returned after one nights absence confine robbing parked auto street the license tags ght them back to Chester put Frinklin school pupils Eighth grade are rather place little belief in ihc warnings Against Friday the and hern is the reason of Tomorrow two of thc popular o J w LUVJ1 1UO t Li DII v v ij i LI It IJUlJll I According to the story he in his locker at the Y n A nelnbpls fhe class Paul R Brcw His love of the woods often prompted captam Feeney he came to i building and finally placed them on slcr anri Hnzel Pkc will celebrate him totake long jaunts in the i rtrom Bridgeton on Friday J CHI ot Dr M Lambichi tWrtcenlh anniversaries of llcr country Fears are expressed for his j getting a hop from a truck i 321 Haverford road Swarthmorc i birth anrt the celebration will be in fifl fPf V fl nrl nrlVinf if t Orll H inr7 I 1 TJir i vi4iiiui iii UL 111 In reply to Keycs niiestloninp she declared thnt In addition to Lenry and Knaulpnd she paid Harvey Sykes Tom Connolly man named Roberts and Ed Pahey I kept a record of nil he money i paid to Hongland and Learv but not n fnc I Paid out nil told i m three years I old of a rnid by Harvey Sykes ow she offered him SJOO to go nway but hc persisted and took the still She overhenrd nn argument said in the cellar between or safety and anxiety is felt by his Hc only been in this Hs reason for this change was notillp of a double party for the lime when he started completely explained members of the class to be civen it ernment charged at hLs trial today laws i or plates from auto J M I he home or street Bath Mead Treadwell family and friends who state they a know of no reason why he should i ut a tolu of crime The lc He wascharged disappear He ha had severe flnan IVC3 arc endeavoring to locate mobile license cial setbacks it was stated we owners of the stolen articles Hoopos of the Upper Bank Nurseries At the time of his disappearance i admitted taklns but denied any knowledge of 1 old on pficfnv he vas wearing a grey suit tan shoes i m csrs Tne nnd thc location hn v Goviand spectacles Ha war without hnt C1e lhe robberies took of or overcoat He is about 5 feet 10 as inches tall weighs approximately n Pridy ignt about theft He tod recelVin Pike 314 Pcnncll ro convinced that be y a lucky brcnk and they can vvu n i o t a LCJ v L J owwu pounds a greyish mustache and I e U10 calds from BE SPECIAL GUESTS of the raiders one of whom declared cnnt take this still the place Is on lhe protected list Instructed ly as to walk around you In Ecl i and said he would camc Ollt me out which n WLIV WLIIUIL ne did for Probation Officer Palmer came to me and said everything was O K nnd I was nilenscd Plcnsants then told of his decision the distillery business Ha said he went to John J Ryan tell ng him of hLs new business proposN T115 tolcl by he said mat if 1 located the still in tho Tenth ward I could begin operations for per week Thc still was on Bradley street but aftcrI set it im nnd before I started cooking the place was raided Pleasants sorrow kvtj iu siuiK iirmmci t iCmtCu the coiirlroom to determine if she Tn5s COKt mn S60 onmv invest could identity anyone there who wns mcnt he continued but i started another one on Central avenue I made nrrangemcnU with Ed Pry for be one of slil paid S60 ner week to Ecignr Nvl5y Richardson I always Searching parties are out today I combing th section within a or two of and nloic car a townships e entered a parked F ut todav and Sproul streets a side jc Ticker ib with at thc end for a charm AGED HOLMES MAN Continued the wit xplained to ijm InvUntiolls have been extended to hc sakl ll was a11 mistake soThere fromhim 10 get ai Hie four successful men In this cllv as no ril tl who were nominated for the position QVVas with Sykra atthe time of thc rnid she nominated John J Ryan as one defendant who seemed to iticnarason i alvavi ixcves still on direct examination Ilc the money in an envelope in lha n store of Mike who has a rcs uo you know Arnold L McNeal taurant on West Third street The X lolcc never bothered me so I simnosn Q When did you meet him j the right man got it A one day he came Into our yard I Pleasant then told of his ncqunint ne und a search warrant ance with Johnny Troffo and vurl hn conversing with my husband I had purchased a few cans of whlskv mistnkf fromi him He explained a few i cans as weaning HP SUM ihw there any arrangements were fivegallon cans and hat ri tvn i r LIHJ UUSlLlOli M councilmeu at the recent primary to PW McNeal i paid Trofto personaiiv for tAVmrT cilnrerineetng ichaiidise At thb JunctSre 113 J Division of the Conior dont tenmimite recess was called Go back nnd st down I Crossexamined by Attorney Con the Merchants REPUBLICAN COUNTY of COMMITTEE TO MPPT County E0 Imlch 1111LLJLO MEET AT WASHINGTON PARK Naval Cadet Test Kissit Ifydsar Susan Slick ear Mary Francine Cold Check Choi kcc Hour Zcv Justy Andy Washington Brooksie Leo Hill COLLISION BLAMED ON RAIL ENGINEER i A DIES OF INJURIES nd Sproul strcstS a small Rova Afcn bcen mado b cEdwin fjashiight and a bunch of kevs On of thc Republican randidate has been rrmipslcd nlomhly visils i rriivo him dn cxt week at G15 oclock fnihprm lou Ul V ft kJll t n JIKI II I J I I II tVll til iuni iiv Sunday night hc told jhc de Comnuttce for a meetinc of to bp prepared to ndflmw the mem BIUC hlm PVCT llne Forbcs 16 of Highland avci tccUve he entered a Chevrolet car h coilmlUcc n Monday eveninjr of hf with 9 How did you r MacDadc boulevard Holmes outside the Immaculate Heart wnshiu was run down iw niAVr9h Second and Morris streets I v of i IULII o gold watch of the county committee medal bearing ir th9 to elect the lull Christopher ticket nt thn rmnriri evening ul with rcfpr Octobcr 16 in the armory nt l ncr to his vievs and plans for the fevelopmrnt of the central area ot Plans will be outlined to thc men Uic citv ThMe to whom invitations been extended are Walter H CMlp and r i o g statement to Myron paid CLifTcy a KOvcmmcnt agent that ha opposed to Ed lacl A Q About When did you quit failure of y j No 2 properly to obey who livcd alonc at WASHINGTON Oct dication which required him to ithc avenue address stepped i treasury net balance f n stnn out on to MacDflde boulevard in front SI15257581697 Mi RVLAXCK puhlii to Smile cecd Prepared to ston short nf t We rK7 obstruction or anVhfng fe I homc lhe path weather clear track fast require the speed of his train K diVCn b MrS LanovW0ra Cnstomi n Boothwyn according to Ridlcy for the month through Octoc C OF C OFFICIALS AT CONFERENCE you raided later Ni i pieasantssaid that in 1031 lie hnd Hne and w AT LAUREL Kate n value Gifted Road Sunnv Susan reduced This that dv r 5rccl Mt reroiDts four cnrlons of cigarrtles and the conclusion wcra rough October 10 reroiDts arres ober 10 The theft I0 to thc poljcc who ducting an investigation uie conclusion reTrhpr i IJUMVI today by the Bureau of Safetv j Thcy say lhat MrsLaneT stopped ADAMANTS SENVOYSTIRS v acnin stnrtrri mv i i T Thc 4Hacky k PcacK Basket Rid She i eathcr clear track MOTORC KILLED IN CRASH STRONG MEN FEEL TULIPS FATAL POWER Mentioning intentional destruction of tulip bulbs by horticulturists in Hol land widely read magazine described the fateful fasci nation that tulips have on the mind of man Never saw any fateful fascination by tulips By two lips yes Also the fascination of Chester Times classified fids on persons who have good used household arti cles for sale Here is one of the many ads which justified that fascination PtTr Nw Hampshire R P A The accident of 14 passengers and the i f and one employe Lanci Bain siarica ner car report censured Frira5Cd man stePPed of it and I was knocked down j He was removed to Taylor Hospital by Walter Rankin William Rankin and 1 T I LI I Mil outtfS IlH Association i it j ON GERMAN ARMS BERLIN IN TALK William P Delehanty secretary of was he Delaware County Chamber of con Commerce is in Washington D C wiii T where hc will participate in the anli found crime conference beinc held inriiu j nu uns mii r ffirayaiaffiBffi srss jaytrirr s came the next monmg and wife who was one ofPFiVs politicat VV l was llot homc workoli in the Ninth Ward had made mr n magistrates i for the conference with am F Pal near Sixth and Flower streets Palmer was there hey went out my husband The latter according Pleasents You to Hc was held Chester do as Pry tells you and everything will be O K The witness then referred to by Harvey Sykes r Wnrrcn Deputy Coronrr Horace B Norwood took ehnrse of the body Laney WAS arrested bv chief T ri n v l utll ilice McAtcer of Ridley township at a hearing last night bfnre Hood was hold i PARIS Oct 12dNSinic LANGHORNE Pa Oct John R Bradfteld of SomerK was killed instantly early the i H1 bnil to await action of risTrmamrat of Hagerstown Md on i sliffc highway near Oakford Kuln driving a truck of the Ped Harry Stand Stiffens Halfeducated Statesmen Against Hearnung Dole Satc Called Homc us I Pfeasants hnd a still in the cellar of nr doctors to prove the hls Central avenue establishment and ira on the Capitof stens in raUI was undcr thrir svkcs iiad tolc im he would call oil ulna President Franklin D for I was just re ho raid upon payment of veil will be one of the whiio from double pneumonia fjcasants inquired why the S500 and in Washington Mr bcjehniitvUrr This raid wc the re sald replied that he had so 1 M cult of my husband squealing on marX o take care of Johnny Ryan i Great An s t a n d stiffenct per lhc revelation I of the speakers While in Mr DcJehanty i opeech ALSO Worries 1sicrcd at thn Shorcham Hotel Washington ARBITRATION IS REFUSED IN STRIKE quest charge pending the in NAMEO JTOTJRLn POST M W Clement hm t Prejjdcntof the cftcciive October an adding machine which chaser flatly re and samples armaments for BERLIN Oct halfeducated statesmen ve to arbitrfvry modes ol conduct E group of WASHINGTON metaphor from Roman Chamberof Commerceat UlC NRA alncy to the Chester Ho BERLIN ll wafion of mrtpy niry 3 i Franklin Fir Co Oct i umbus Day luncheon Half educated statesmen today way from the idral first sracchus and AN SHOT IN STRIKE ARKA adequate mcsns pric of hT coi i in the guc1 o ported lody as WILKESBAHRE Pa Oct 12 outbreak of violence in GCOIRC Hoagland Askoil by Keves ns nieTiit by Whfn my husbniid Trenton jail he wns questioned bv a federal aRrtu and during that hc fold Ocl about payiUR HcxiRland wceklv pay of the monts News of that must have to reached Media do Kcyrs here turned lhe witness over ny the Na to Defense Attorney Connor who as proposed by waved her off the stand then recon sidered asking her two questions con cerning her residence in Chester which was 26 years and her place of nativity which was Pays Graft beuiR hc biggest one to get rid of lo what she hey compromised he replied n and he Rave Sykes S300 that was in he returning the next day and collecting the other Ha said these transactions took place in Continued on Page Kighfccn The Weatiher WASHINGTON Oct The weather forecast Eastern Pcnnfylvania New Jersey i Clourty slisrhtly colder tonight Fri day fair colder Pennsylvania Fair colder oniffhl and Friday TODAYS TEMPERATURES Reichs attitude democracy failed upon thn iwv Continued on Pnsc Eighteen I 4 Continued on Page Eightc at the mine j VHVA 1AM U I Pleasant identified Sam tie Paul i 6 a m 7 ii m R n m 9 m 10 a m 58 4S 11 ji m 4S Neon 2 1 p m 2 p m 65 66 SS   

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