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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 20, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WIAWARE COUNTY DAIRY MEN SAY BOTTLE MUK JS CWNG TO BE 5TIU WGHBR THIS 58TH 17728 Dully 1tasja Wire Reports of United Press UP and Iiuortinionn News service INS With All Latest and of the Day EXRAIDER LINKS SENATOR MCLURE WITH RUM RINC s Thomas F Conley Testifies He Was Paid to Lay Off Illegal Conference in Jail of Convicted Constables and Bootleggers CHKSTKK PA FRIDAY OOTOBKR 2o WILL DEMAND REMOVAL OF CITY ASSESSOR OCCASIONAL RAIN PREDICTED FOR AREA occasional rain TWENTYFOUR PACKS Cvd New Jersey 11 be Ponn Delaware and REVOLT AGAINST NRA BY FARMER LEADERS IN WEST IKICE TWO CENTS MOVIE COUPLE ALTAR BOUND Election Sunrise today was at 6 17 i sunset will beat 515 p m I Standard tiiiu Declares Magistrate Split Fines With Him and Ed Magistrate Furnished His Office With Money Secured From Raid Victim He Says A conference held In the kitchen t of the Delaware County Prison at Broadmeadows Farm at which con victed bootleggers and constables were ordered to sit tight during an approaching probe of vice and liquor conditions in the county was de scribed in Philadelphia Federal Court today at the trial of AS county de fendants accused ofa liquor con spiracy The testimony was given by Thomas P Conley a former constable at Brookhaven one of the 14 de fendants who have pleaded guilty who previously asserted Senator John J McCIure paid him a week to lay off protected places where licjuor sold or manufactured While Conloy was in the Broad ineadpws prison serving a term lor conspiracy and bribery he said one afternoon Joe Colletti an alleged bootlegger and also a defendant came to the prison and called a meeting of all constables and bootleggers who were prisoners The meeting was held in the kitchen of the jail and lasted over an hour Conley said Conley Calls J R K Scott Liar and Thief L Rankin has IVfayor William Attorney James served notice on Ward Jr and members of City Coun cil that he will appear before them nt a special session in Citv Hall to miming and demand the re moval of Albert H Hughes city as scpsnr on the ground that he has to comply with the law regnrd nis assessment work RECOGNITION OF RUSSIA BY U S DRAWING CLOSER jrain Has Failed to Improve Their Plight ST PAUL Miu Qcl Months of discontent marked bv sporadic outbursts of violence flared into open revolt In he agricuUurr middlewest today Two mil io farmers were ordered to Miike to force immediate federal relief ol economic war in the oughly considered by the officials and will be awaited t ay On the Subject dvuamic national jresidcnt announced the The United StatesDistrict Court in Philadelphia was thrown into an uproar early this afternoon when John R K Scottj of defense counsel was called a liar and a thief by Thomas P Conley former constable from Brookhaven undergoing cross examination Judge the most saw in a court of justice ago Mr Rankin tele RoOSCVClt R e il I V Mr Hughes and made inj TI ei when the official contem 1HVOrs L OimillSSioil H U I i nn n plated gcitmg out the assessment h111 that as soon as it was possible all Discuss Chums units of the been He expected millions of noninein bcrs to join in the strike A proclamation calling the strike declared It would take the form of i Refusal to sell any grain pro milk buttrr eggs prices ecjual to the production which I have today sent to H Hughes Jr City Assessor appear before Council at their mp tn ini Welsh termed the outbreak i lng to bc held Saturday he ever M lhc letter mtion of the Soviet Goveinme t bv avc our r w i a r I i SF1F r i SSnifle3 ffi ffi were struck but for a time many j as follows spectators awaited such a climax j telegram to Kalinin Scott IV J Falls Walter Hannum Dan Cillii hertl John Cutillo and others includ mg myself Colletti started out by tellingus that an investigation was about to begin in tho district attorneys office and that we were all to sit He said our families would be taken care of and that good jobs were waiting on the outside when we would be released But he said we were to follow orders to be issued from headquarters Where was headquarters asked Chet A Keyes special United States Attorney General McGlures office i the crossexamina a living This serve as a me used to make was off a matter of you Sykes and Davis were roaming thieves in money from on as if assessment for the negotiatic purpose t tions and ithrr necessities Ulikln wrilrr refused t VlVS v r A V strike climaxed a and nUnned mrrl Mi i p e rid nf i 1 with her flanrc Inset Hit u 1114111 U1V tlemcnt of all outstanding differences tection was off there was ho protection I when you and your roving wolves were IUL 01 an uuisLHnamg nil verus afieeung my home I Throughout the forenoon No Via East Twentieth street ChcsI hc United States monn The Act of Junc that you i thp nin 11 I tne pio shall complete your triennial going around any Sykes Da visand YOU are the lawyers and you got yours I did see lawyers or before the first r in each year You have to me tlig Eisscssniont been completed and that you arc working on the notices to be sent out sr s i sSSrS jrr that a corn CtmCinucrf nn muniquo wnose subject matter was not made known would be issued i KNIFE C A7KTIIQ The information nhminorf r T i J READY TO HANG FORD WORKERS ASKS FOR WHISKY vonting on the notices to be sent out The information obtained by Inter i J CH bllt to send 1 national News Service however reI fJlVFTV WARXUATP ihem during thc first or second wsek 1 vesled that the communique rouki I AKJNIJNl 1 merely detail the exchange of Duly at i Dallas lei rrouble Reported EKan CITY COUNCIL IN PROMISING MOOD Republican and Democratic 1iiirs Address Mer chants Unit of C of C Husiness Men Stress Need of JJcttcr Lighlinjr Sys loin in Central Area Promises wore exacted last night from the candidates on both the Re inibllcim Hiul Democratic tickets who uris seeking election lo he office of council al tho election next month lielr llldIVWual support o the Merchants Division of UirDela ware County Chamber of Commerce n Us ivoycm nIU to secure a better Rliilng sysum for ho central busi ness section the city The candidates Walter H Craie MipcMiitendciit of parks and proper r J superin tendent of highways Republican In cumbents and John J Stctser an iiUorney ami John J Buckley a Ui slnrss imm of mis city Democrats who had been imitcd as guests at he dinner nuinllng which was hclrl h he Chester Club 511 Welsh street I Hey were introduced ana Kavc their views nu improvements the bust ness area of tin eHy Mr Cniijj was the first speaker Ho took Ills hearers back a period of fifty years niKl told thorn the amount of the budget set aside for the city of Chester at that lime was SCO 000 Tho amount expended for street llRUinK a that time was per rear Ho hen told of the steady growth of lie liRluliiK system until 1805 when t he clty was illuminntecl with 100 arc lights 200 thirtytwo candle power sine 55 sixteenciindle power light and possibly n few others which had been scattered here iincl there Hie tax levy for this year Mr Craig ynid wiis over and he told of the city now maintaining 581 six hun dred ciuidlc power 121 onn hundred candle power and 032 eighty candle power lights mid placed the cost ot tho lighting system of more than 551 000 Ho also announced that Ihere vn a total ot unpaid taxes In this cltvat the present time of SGliOOOf Of this amount said Mr Craig is for of for Hie year 1033 How 10 comply with the r Local Plant Orderly No Poetry and Die for Murder Today 8oin noon when he named Clure as the pay cH man for the crnment charges thc legislator di rected was the most sensational thus far produced at the trial CRASH 1 never took anything from With the quietiipss of wrll still and this morning at 10 oclock was asked i by Prosecutor Keyes Can you give us the names of any persons selling liquor In Delaware county who were on the protection list I can was thc reply Proceed to tell us said Keves Conley replied Adam Bonkow ski speakeasy on Third street Ches ter John Gogol still on Thurlow Third street Harry Messlck speak easy on Third street Bessie Ewan ski still on Wilson street Bessie Kowoski speakeasy in 2500 block West Fourth street Charles Prei muth still in 2500 block West Sev I Wood the conversations that have ng on for some time between of Soviet Russia and thc Continued on Pa j Tins was made known bTVho As a mecauUonary measure aBainst lsUatewho during thc present week lnf disorder that miiht arise a spe One of the cases was that of Preston Duffy of the SOO block Union street i who is in the Chester Hospital suffer to e dismissed left police i last of this o thc plant him bv Uoyd street shortly be James the The stnuige prisoner lasted the i i i H innjjiuparea lor the thc men i death ha appearedto welcome He I VEIK SKMfrilttnrl tn 1m t was scheduled to be hantred at his wife said Davis told up to him to Tavlor Hospital thc morgue i and to police failed to elicit any m I formation concerning a serious acci dent on the pike Then the truth came out A container of red paint tumbled mit of havc fllecl npplJeatlo a truck manner and showed not the or UemHiiJ to eveu c Twentytwo ins from a ftab wound in lie nft i While a number of the men now on I n m rpiHf H MFRPHAWTQ hr was a j nnke lVCie l Kioups iilv lUliKLilAjNlb FORM i which a penknife wns tnkcn from a lhcv conducted thenuselves 1 nn or n invstriv PIInTTi T 1 vrrrn woman in Betllcl Court when she J JLhAbUE was arrested with her husband ins a brawl of local mm Thcrc thing going on years were shrouded knew where for enth street John and Joe Burczyk spsakcasy Tliird and Wilson streets Todd Moore speakeasy 2300 block West Third street John TrofTo speakeasy Second and Howcll now Lamokin street Nick Jacone speak the blind man what you sav didnt take the still you did take the with iiio B m cms clt u rt t rounded thTcTmer of i 5l Media for a chaVter for 1i did not belong to Oak Lane to go onto the Chester Melchants Credit League of DelaI brosen up The contents stained the road The purpose of thc i m v Jwa5 i organization it is stated is to estab A A A COLLECTORS And there you are A nrrfectlv I1 a burcau of mercantile credit good story spoiled j information the cultivation of good i iSSfToRHSSSTG oftmd le Pr0m0ti0 ScoUYottTe a thief 00 block i OF COUNTY MEET wood where patrolmen from thc Clif ton Helchts barracks of the State and the tions Records showed that almost two now 3B was In decades ago Members of Delaware County When it iirst became known yes prisons Conlliuicd TBRC Twentytwo RIDING SEIZEDBY SHERIFF Deputy Sheriff Josephu Cullinan had nn unusual levy to make yester dny when he seized seven riding horses on the premises of Fred Kelly at West Chester and Upland road Manoa The animals were placed on trucks and conveyed to a stable on State road Marplc town ship The levy was on a writ of replevin taken out by William H Powell nml Raymond G Hall The horses were valued at from S40 lo each and Included Big Ben Mrs Cobb Blaze Sandy White Sox Undy nnd Ginger Included in the seizure were saddles blankets and the like making a total valuation of The replevin writ was filed by At torncy Karl W Johnson PORTION OF STREET ConleyYoure a bigger thief than am y ax Collectors Association met last orders for his officials to sit with thn cnm for their bu Sd Continued on Eighteen you are a thief are vou You are bigger thief than i am HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT LAUREL Trevallion Flag Trick Rock Sun Bright Bird Eagle Sleuth Weather clear rack slow AT SPORTSMANS PARK At this juncture Attorney Scott his eyes flaming with anger his fac persptrmg shook his finder almost under conleys nose Welsh I tried m vain to quiet the two in furiated men Conley leaned for ward his eyes bulging his chin pro i truding and his teeth clenched The j court was in an uproar stole from slot ma Patrolman Wintree j Lcary at his home on a wavant siicd on information made by James als i H Deavenport superintencjcnt Samuel j nvening for their business meeting at Feinberg Joe Wetaberg the Court M dtt K 1ST Richard Bora sacted routinn business aflr n i fcssed slayiiiff William Kirkpatrick Buttle Creek Mich i t Ul police charging him with assault and battery and highway robbery was held in police court this mornine ror a further hearing FRATERNAL VISIT A large sport touring car i to Football Coach Harry Stuhldrehcr of Vil Chester Encampment No 99 I O of VUlanova College 1W Uv f 4 eniWS Temple Encampment No 100 Philadelphia next Tuesday nieht when the members will witness oclock while it was parked at Thirteenth street po rr vTv LSCAIES JNJURIKS Thcadorc tcj on Page EighSecn i conferring of a degree Edgmont avenue ARMISTICE DAY IFRATPARTY ENDS WEDDJNG BLISS Patriotic groups CompletMade Basis for Divorce The machine was a resident of Announcement has been made by uie ptate Highway Department at in a Lo Ani Hairtsburg tlat on November 3 bids will be opened for the resurfacing ot ad of highway 28 miles in Hinjj in this city with concrete 1 toiiunds for the will the comc Pennsylvanias mans snaro uf Federal aid The highway in this city is Ninth Edgmont avenue west which spans Chester ji l lit u IJLXil JHiltlC ry i jj titj StTCCL towards ending the threeweekold Branted the reciuesl strike I It is understood that the men on I WEST toiviisniij Kccjctiry and Clarence plant were also io be arbitrated I ns TJie highway In j Slum of Foicroft treasurer of the j night nothing was known at the local1 Rolphs offer to Rive him street from Edg aMociation There have not been any headquarters of thc local union I hearing Egan asked onlv i to thc bridge wl meetings since June whet her any progress had been made whsky and lots of Perm Ulc threeweekold Bunted the rcduest police yesterday that rourycarsold o n08 companies respondnd to turned in from Box 4 street and Edgmont avenue IMPEACHMENT OF LNEW CLIJEHLNT IN FAMILY RELIEF MEETING TONIGHT another vehicle nd The genernl public Is invited to hear the speakers tonight at the an meeting of theChester Family and Welfare Association at tho r Club beginniiiK at 715 o clock Tho main speaker will be J Heights Lillian 7 Go Easy His Last Iapdary Scotland Beauty Sandy Shore Shady Girl i ing Plans for the Unveil ing of Memorials Suit With Local Pair as t VjCTIM OF MARYLAND LYNCHING Principals figh a fraternity civic 1 3rhenoZ Ann Can vita Fasti I1Q organizations J Parly at a summer coURSe in North Move lean C Folvos Pride Mt c make up combined organi East Md is the basis for Hood Gaftslonc Flap Bcare Man Josephine D Sun Flay Britlon Premeditate m last evening at the headquarters Harry Park 24 of2111 IWenifcc of Sergeant Alfred Stevenson Post i Madison street this city 6None 190 American Legion on West According to the libel filed by N Western Night Black Flash Seventh strart near Barclay street IHorace Berman attorney for Highland Fling Bcton Bahoo i Chairmen charged with the suor Parkl th couPc attended a party at vision of the work on war memorials thc Pi sisma Dcta fraternity cottage o be unveiled Armistice Day at thp iln North Eason June While at Tninirj rnln thp nnt f n tro Pn iL ctiitnl Pride Mt maKe P combined East Md is the basis for a ization group in charge of arrangeisuit ai Media yesterday by Leading1 nients for celebrations of national MrsMargaret Armstrong Park 23 i Memory holidays held an enthusiastic meetI of East Twentysecond street this ctlilTtp IfIS last evenlne at thp cits asainst Harrv Paik nf om For off Weather clear track fast Her Beauty and Fame Exactly Skindeep Doctors in Paris being pes tered by a modish young beauty Awful pain Doc tor in my shoulders she sighs then with a flounce displays the name of a new drug broadly tattooed across her Khoulderblades The doc tor is cant help remembering the ad More modest but equally ef fective this classified ad from the Chester Times tat tooed itself on the readers memory and thus rented this apartment CIEN61DEN3 furnthct or unfvir rooms bath private pn Immaculate Heart cemetery and at the memorial plot Thirteenth street and Providence avenue reported sat the cottage Park started nn argument with his wife and struck her several times knocking her down according to the librl It is also averred that be completed by Nove7iVbcrlJtUU1 startinS February Park con Members of the parade Umiallv and abused his wife outlined an interesting nioeram fnialltj rcfuscti out of bed in the both thc morning and afternoon r to onfor a job They ercises which will with in this city on June 4 1930 parade and unveiling ccremonip at LSpecr 21 of 3812 the Immaculate Heart cemalcry mon iarrctt road Drexel Hnl Im startcfi ument at n a m These esercSe Ranst Russell will be followed by a dinner recels At 130 p m the parade will re form for the march through the tothe monument at u Specr 22of N cruel and bar tratmcnL They werc trct d V 11 111 Providence avenue where an other unveiling will take in Philnaelphia on October 10 1930 Ulc same year to the libel ihc mistreat Those who atLcnd the Thirtffnth street and nue will assemble on Speer Mrs Lillis Mae Penton 30 of I Edgmont avenue this city has started i divorce proceedings against tL Fcnton 36 of 21li West we street this cliy on the Site cruel and navbarous tveatment Socialist Parly of Maryj Investigation Transferred ZF land Urges It to Probe j From Treasury Ransom Lynching Money Recovered ing will precede the session thrown open to the public Oct in OFF FOR CHICAGO niO DE JANEIRO Brazil Oct NEW YORK Oct F halr hom aftrr ils arrival here jllni nfvfnt it i th1 Oraf for Chicago with IT district announced today that more a V th state cnminluee ol t hr g Ians01 money is Uic POssosston c Pariy of Maryland which UlC i T pas stop at Kiichic with criminal duty The committee WASHINGTON Oct aONew clues i the IindbcrSh kidnapins were Tuesday and Department of Just cc He siid receipts for that dav jvutsui was criucizcd lor hsvinp Justicc He sud Customs rcccioti permuted the removal to Princes lc can xvl11 ncvcr tllc ntll we for the month through October ia Ann from Baltimore of George Arm men wcro uooci a Negro held for an Ui to tlln prrsont ho white voman Atinvocd was by tho IntiT lyncred by a mob Urn stormed Hie nureaii where efforts and overpowered rtaie policr ly been concentrated on an the ransom The Weather Thc Mrgro was arrested Montlav rlTolt locate aftrr Mr Mnry Dcnslon hncl broii T at Inched and brought to Haiti rontiimrd on Twentytwo p wcallicr Inrecast move After ppendini Tuesday in jail here he was to Piin Anne In placing the blnme on Judge Ducr jind States Attorney RcbinT for the IvHching Ritciiie aid Robins had insisted Amnvood br re turiKd to Somerset county and Duer had assured him thc Negro would be The platjd I he investijra in the hand of William Preston Lane Jr Marylands attorncv gen eral fcutncrt at the main business corner of the i other missiles at fhr jail guard Deavenport Heads Local Police Force James H Deavenport superin tendent of police hns ap pointed by Mayor Ward as head of the patrolmen at City Hall during hn absence of Chief of Police John Vrnco who was granted ai in riefinito leave of nbprncr without pay after hr ontcrrd a pica of nolo rontrndero MIO rlctonsei in thc conspiracy case at Scrnn lon Ihii WASHINGTON Ocf lie wcatber forecast Kastcru Prnnsylvania Xrnlerser Partly cloudy sliEhliy noldcr tonirhf Saturday parity cloudy slowlv risinr trmperature Western Pennsylvania Fair slichltr colder tonlsht Saturday partly cloudy and warmer followed by in afternoon or at nijhi Westorn Nnv York Fair colder in cast portion tonisht SUurdaj parilr cloudy and warmer foiloRed by rain in afternoon cr a nighi TODAYS TEMPERATfRES 5 a m 49 11 a a m SI Noon 60 s a in 54 1 p m64 9 a m 54 2 p in66 10 a m 56   

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