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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              is RIGHT 58TH 17725 ATTORHEYSFlUD IN FEDERALCOURT ENLIVENS TRIAL Keyes Admits Placing Stenographer to Take Connors Side He Will Complain to Bar Association About De fense Session Lively Wife of ExConstable Tells of Payments Made to Her When Husband Was in Township Official Scored by Sobbing Wit ness o of United PIPS upi News Service INS With All and News of the Day The government sought to prove today in Philadelphia federal Court that State Senator John J McClure paid a lormer Delaware county constable for his participa tion in a protection ring Under examination by Chet A Keyes special govern ment prosecutor Mrs Margaret Conley wife of Thomas Conley a former constable and one of the 13 defendants in the present case to plead guilty testified she went to the Crozer Building in this city with her husband Ihe Sheriff was at our house she said and my husband went to Senator McClures office in an effort to get some money I waited for him in the lobby of the building and when he came down from McClures office he opened my hand bag and put in it Mrs Conley said she knew he had no money when he went to the eighth floor of the building S i ffy that SenatorMcClure gave it to him she testified but he got it in McClures office POLICE DETAIL QUICKLY QUELLS STRIKEDKORDER Employes at Ford Plant Subjected to Attack by Disgruntled Group Brick Hurled Breaks Leg of a Bystander Seven re Arrests Made CHESTER PATUESDAY OCTOBER lllV MUSSOLINI ACTS TO PRICE TWO CENTS opposing counsel again infused the liquor conspiracy trial of 77 county defendants in Federal Court in Phila aelphia with an air of tenseness to William T Connor one of the de fense attorneys was accused by Chet special United States At General of making sotto side remarks inaudible w A Welsh but heard by thejury Keyes charges were made public after Judge James Gay Gordon s arose to protest the placing or a th seat asas as nr ran y Simultaneously H was H of Uic conference hav dcrc UoSte r M f may cali a Hvcnowr Virlov NO DEFENSPVANCl PLEA TO CONSPIRACY CHARGE AT SCRANTON One of 49 Defendants in Eastern Pennsylvania Accused by Government of Joining Ring to Violate National Prohibition Law Extor tion and Impersonation of Federal Atrents in This State Former Mayor W T Ramsey Now Serving Term in Penitentiary Pleads Not Trial Is Scheduled to Begin in Federal Court on Next Is One of Those Involved After two years delay Uin Ivlut of 40 defendants with com plicity in the Ensicrn Pennsylvania nun ring which fastened its tentacles over a dozen cities was scheduler to open before a jury in Federal Court yesterday1 nrralencd and wns told to vi to await instruct ions Conner Mayor William T Ramsey of Chester who i lislctl with other prominent public omclMs mid of Slight disorder attended the close of the working day at the Ford Motor Companys assembly plant foot of Lloyd street yesterday as the 900 men who had reported for work fol lowing the strike which has been in progress since September 2S left for rests One worker sustained a broken leg and others received cuts and lac erations as they were attacked by lormer employes who were not re hired Association lo REPUBLICANS OF COUNTY BEGIN ACFIVEJAMPAIGN Speakers at Committee Meeting at Media Urge Support of Ticket ICKES ORDERS MINIMUM LEVEL FOROIL PRICES Dictator For This Industry Makes It Effective On December 1 accordance with legal ethics Objections made by former Gordon concerning the a Says It Prevents Competi tive Abuses Gas Price Boost Seen Veterans Organizations GERMANY MAY BE Will Support Movement BACK IN LEAGUE AFTER ELECTION of thc veterans lo in morning The attorney for this defense WASHINGTON Oct 171 the first Government effort at paggin prices under the NRA TpVnc 1 n f minimum levels fixed for oil and7ts products effective as of December 1 to prevent competitive A complicated structure of prices established bv the expected in some an an UVM44 gjavc in thc cemeteries in this and vicinity Books 111 which to enter the per manent records have been purchased caFryinS cm ths work and cktn t0 have or Pa given over to a record the local cs I V4KILJ HJUJ Jg U5G HU for the establishment of claims by the dependants of deceased veter ans The records will also contain some meansof quickly locating the graves of veterans Eventually the records compiled by those assisting the movement will be copied by the Delaware county au to Start tiations For Return Seeks Better Terms Plebiscite Set For Novcm tcrm In Eastern Penitentiary bezzHjJg funds of Doluwnrc county while seniiiR is tix collector in Ills Ml I lie alleged members of the are charged with conspiracy lo It Stress the Loyalty to Party Pre dict Victory NextMonth Enthusiastically greeted by an llonM prohibition Kw audlcllco lnorc and impersonation of Fed ln thc armory at Media last i night Republican candidates for county offices swung into an activa campaign to elect the full Republican ticket next month Party regularity and the need of a Inrgc majority to keep Delaware TT o A a A D that ir01tllosc xvho ilcnti emity will testify for the government The men were indicted In a scheme to extort protection graft from speak The to Chester tnlns h the con regions prosecution main Among the others Indicted in the Or nin ni ber 12 U S To Hands Off Issue Keep are a former of police u t L Ji turn our but trial was delayed for a num ber of causes until now Exactly what part in the plot Is to and Ramsey has nob j jvuuu woman who contin was estaDiisned bv the A3 tne cars of employes which had ue to tajce notes last anrf uTaewas expected in nil V field the day in a Ienc2d ihis should I orce QuotatioS ten feet of the defensteorMito gal on dutv under sinwviefam Todsy the n uiv pioint Ywi j QFlYcIi through the gates the police detail on duty under supervision of TraftV Captain Charles Busher and Super intendent James H Deavenport formed a lane and held back the strikers The working employes were booed and taunted as the cars passed by Some of the bolder members of the strikers group hurled bricks at the cars after they had gone some distance from the gates and there were several minor motor crashes as the present employes speeded away to avoid trouble At Fifth and Lloyd streets several blocks distance from the plant strik ers and their sympathizers let loose upon the cars of the workers a fusi lade of bricks and desisted in the at tack cnly when the police arrived and Continued on Page Seven PENN DAY SET BY PINCHOT FOR OCT 24 HARRISBURG Pa Oct Pinchot issued a proclamation today setting aside Oc tober 24 as PennDay in Pennsyl vania The day s to be fittingly observed in all public schools and other edu cational institutions by recalling the life of William Penn founder pro prietor and first governor of Penn sylvania he said That day is ths 283th anniversary of Penns birth HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Br United Press JR HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE WEST END tions proved recommendations of the in School Board dustrys planning and coordination mafc committee in his order but provided a lecord of defense counsels acthat Hearings vouid be held at the s 1 request of objectors IPflPfUl Tn n 1 I Th o n 1 i crude day i than SI and S3 sensa as tn result of Federal of production and sharp uu of the flov of oil to market Ths projected prica fixing Gives Encouraging Informa tion at PT Meeting Charles P Larkin Jr advissd th wheT5 the WeSt End nisht Continued on Page Seven 2725 BANKS ASK FORJNSURANCE Apply To Government Agency For Protection of Deposits Oct 1033 to and Ramsey has Germany is pre noJbccn by thc government shakedown racket Involved cdclxl Bents who called on TT 4 u JUOO by United is pre pared to start negotiations for 1 rc uirn to thc League of Nations and thc atfarmament conference German rs rctllcsted quarters indicated today comnbutc to a general fund which It was regarded ns likely that formal nit i to operate with ncgotmtloiis would be deferred until i after ths German election and pleb iscite on November 12 when the country will he asked to back the governments withdrawal League officials thouht it prob t vi ti uiuij b e Ulc Octobcr 20 meeting of thc conference would Ad NEW YORK total of 2725 Oct all gotiations Reports of German negotiate followed a have readiness report to nm 1 weie the only nmed The former Callccl asl wcck to tcstlfi the Continued on Page Seven already and had have a new and morirmiv i equipped junior high available Mr T P i were available iii jjarkii also brought out in hfe 1 iKime wncn thr mterestinir 3 i deposit insurance system start Jan is SEEK DAMAGES interesting discussion of ih SSSSs DUIS iriis feat was ac according to Mr of the Hev corporation government agency said methods by which the will operate when thc FOR SONS DEATH trict officials has Liberate to of idea of treatment have probably the iTjVv i V4 stares Jan oidiv o that thc bank Oiiday of last March could hav been prevented had deposits previ ously been insured by a federal agency Cummings cticial ing of the Savings l by explained by Cummlngs COUNTY DEMOCRATS LAUNCH CAMPAIGN The Democrats arc swinging into campaign with a growing mo lm which indicates an intensive fight on i iuiuatiy naa uu November 7 inucnuui started informal conversations whose scheduled for this include one tenor was not revealed tonight in thc Eighth ward of Unnor If the disarmament conference adDarby at 8 oclock The session will journea until after November 12 the be held in the Upper Darby heldoua time would be spent in drafting the at 8921 West Chester pike un Phn 5Sht Year Disarmament tha chairmanship of JoaSph st S wan as a bnsis of negotiation Kon campaign manager for Unoer it ift reported here that Germany JDarty iift7 iv League of NaLThrcc rnUics are on thc list for t oi of the withdrawal decision imThursday evening October 19 The I aitrr the cccUon and the is Ridley township at the whlch people will be Milmonl nrchousc with Joscjfh Car nfipcd the government chairman of Ridley township C3 difficulty facing negotiators Presiding Another h at St Georges 1 HnJr i nn7 ItTfift Tii 5 bank of 10 uiiy iiiumaer or ihc committee who has registered as a Democrat or any one who will not SEWER PROTECT CHESTER PIKE CRASH I if VVLII inira sircet this Continued on Page and third is in Williams wall at Glenoldcn Prominent SUPTL nvc ii 7 by the speakers The meeting was a rally of tha Republican county committee but there were mnny other men and women in attendance On motion of rirmn E HP lhc cowiy committee formally endorsed the ticket named infhc primary election last month county have yeflS I have been seen a ticket of which more proud declared rou ecared Mr Hill as he launched into a brief address extolling the candidates Ths records of Controller Stewart Pro Ihonotary pancoast Clerk of Courts Minkand Director nf the Poor Hh isieeklnff ecolKt tcrmswere FCakcr told r Qualifications of Mrs Kathryn splngler for director of the poo of Stanley T Hibberd for jury elect a ieaf In seconding the motion Col Fred Jrty has always been the In it we have men of po Htlcal courage men who have con victions and stand by them This group of candidates particu ippeals to me continued Col ftce who for 46 years has given of service to his state and his country a man decorated for his services by his own country and by France it n y wants only loyal niem bcrs it was pointed out by C Edwin Is any member of BDBCUBSED FOR AREA TODAY wnrrqUealins on tHe don f and Liberate of Rid lw Practice we have been able to f he said under 1 c m i cr Boird of FOR ARE 4 TOD 4 Y worry everything win b all riJht cy townshlP j Pay all our bills law the corporation must T f in thc luua 1 tefcfss rS A tyss assjfss rjs if a of j August 1930 in i ic r on f Ktructcd from Tniiviun v Maryland It will ho min ivi Continued on Page Seven AT LAUREL Salkeld John White wmch took place in August 930 in Mmcri as defSndant on stand on theT Middle town g wMlc th9 boy was a Continued on P annd hef heus3baandthhaatd I 2f inJUriGS AS ASSAIL wnom she said werp The suit was filed bv Attnrnov TTrf Thrni Oim8 lo mipvove the ochool situation of the various school j flmc There is no fixed or general nil to govern the examination of th xuu will tte con umaware stiuctsd from Tallylyn to the main Maryland It will be colder n f f nftfrnnrin squealer nonmember banks said Cum AS ASSAILANTS I 1518 tfted fcid sewer at Hcwcs avenue conn with ha Mftrcin Hook sewer tnrncc to the disposal plant A engineer from Phil adelphia war present at thc meeting flflH fVI Vft rl and rf u Jt Lumur this afternoon and tonight and fair to 1 morrow The highest temperature here vcs crday was 73 ricRrees st 1 p m and the lowcr1 was 48 degrees at 7 Herman N Levy 51 of 1513 North Camac street Philadelphia suffered a possible fracture of the right col lar bone last night at when tha automobile which he was driving east on Chester pike was struck and over turned by another machine proceed in along Lincoln avenue Prospect overturnel Rhodes 21 of 319 arrested War Minister Porters f CoIIctti had behind ih 3RckUnWaVSaintBUniprortrtni r and BraSpaS a S knife FHSCO Risnrur Most Always Sercnabif B o h e m i an Grove Mon Nuagc Spanish Kaffa Cap live Mestys Lad King Bird Weather raining track sloppy night at city and lodged in celuTat headquarters scrvcd by the bank The examinations arc to be based upon solvency not upon iiquiditv created AT SPORTSiMAN PARK Hood Vital Bay Scrvanf Broadway Belle Polvos Fridc S Aliens Jennie Gal Gay Prince Mar Moan Buddy Bane Gel Ready Wooster Sauce Lofty Heights Fates Dancy Greenwald mentality Bi D Phil Landovcr Red Riot Jean G Copain King Today Sun Memory Dark Colleen Merry Chatter Minislcr Keen Prince Weather clear track heavy GIRLS BRAVE DANGERS OF THE BULL RING Mexican women have so progressed that not only are many proutt senors now tteis 10 tne apron strings but two have be toreadors WIGGl ON STAND IN STOCKS PROBE flpncf i r o lliri i rfU Pceney capi such a the test of solvency can Says Bankers Should wiy Sold Clients Accounts PAPER STOREHOUSE I j s a laccr twic Tn driver of the other car William why thev Crash WASHINGTON Oct i i ed scalp during a brawl late last Sunday night in his home their clients from a part of thc mar ket crash losses if they had adopted a more coldblooded policy Albert i Porrior H Wiggm former chairman of thc J Chase National Rank toKMfioH SCENE OF J3LAZE PUBLIC COLDER TO BLUE EAGLE NRA Chiefs Concerned Over Decline of Atten tion to Symbol viitj llitUL QIU tWO degrees below thn average October 16 facf for year Maximum temperature tne data Is 03 established and minimum 31 In 1876 Sunrise today was at 614 a j and sunset will be at p Eastern Standard time CHOSE DANGEROUS PLACE TO SLEEP in m m had the green traffic light with him was taken in custody by Chief of Police George Wood and at a hearing before Justice of the Peace John Lynch was held in his own recog nizance to await the results of Lews injuries Levy was removed to Taylor Hospital GETS S6000 VERDICT HARRISBURG Pa Oct A Dauphin County Court jury awarded Ira Elliott SfiM525 for ths loss of his windpipe Elliott an em scene and is still at liberty Tan hod obkl viitiii iiiail OL ItlC i Chase National Bank testified today f at the Senate banking inquiry Wiggin said the bankers should i have sold out ths accounts of clients in thc crash Such a course I he added would have saved the cli ents money If we had sold out and collected faster than wa did he ERIC could have saved monry for both the bank and the customer Thc bankers made a mistake in not being more coldblooded more cruel Wiggin said he had been with the ivhoaes was said bv Oufiy to ham f u tinown a bottle at him and Pearl S f hurst into flakes Bcrden is charged with 10mpt actlon by thc district firc urlcd a brick at him aving men averted serious J of is in thc Chester Hospital was said to h somewhat improved this morning with dei cisions on issues likely to have struction by fire yesterday afternoon a bearing on thc govern Wnpn nflnot n t f John Abramchuk 43 Ottey a newspaper distributor aree stacks of old newspapers packed m thc barn The firemen ripped thc stacks apart and plavcd a steady stream of water on he burn mg mass Little damage was done to the interior of the barn althourfi rehabilitation drive Thc questions revolved around master retail code affect ing nearly 1500000 stores 500 000 employes and the whole consumW public Indications pointed toward a compromise which would merely ban calcs at less than cost instead of thc sion Singlc5 43 no home ar rested early this morning by DctccI m Elliott an em live Edrl of thr Philadelphia Read R ye of the East Hanover Telephone olice when he was came in contact with a ojoovolt high tension line of tha an Edison Company when repairing a telephone line at SheDs villc April 2 1932 He sued for i n n ing Railway police when nc was round lying dangerously close to thc rT i uia companys tracks at Front and Mir Edison Company when kct streets was given ten davs in th rTllln t irtil i ftivcu tcii ucivfi in in county jail whin arraigned for hear iiHvJ mg before Magistrate Honan in police S3a00u f iis morning Hout 48 of Deep water Point arrested at Front and on drunkenness and man cost instead of thc J ana cost plus 10 per cent provii condlicfc He was i en en Ji hours in which to sober up v Miaces rcab him court like to The Weather WASHINGTON fct forecast partly cloudy and colder to night Wednesday partly cloudy Wcnlcrn rcnnsjIvania Partly ctoidy ivUh occasional rain Werincs j t xootiiiiji Ihc National Order of Mutual in soutH 3nd potInns Wednesday MATURES i 7 s tn S r m 9 a m 10 a m 60 11 a m 5S Noon 53 1 p m S3 2 p m 58 59 60 60   

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