Chester Times, October 21, 1933 : Front Page

Publication: Chester Times October 21, 1933

Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 21, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania AGAIN LEFT HOLDING THE BAG 58TII 17729 MRS SYKES TELLS OF WEEKLY SUMS Y LEADERS mme CHESTER PA SATURDAY OCT015KR 21 Wife of Jailed Constable mplicates McClurg Ryan and White Who Gave Her Each Week Until Husband to Of ficials Visited White For Aid Name of Pinchot Brought Into Case In Cross Examination of Thomas F Conley After Sensational Scene On Stand Other Wit nesses Heard in District Court An air of suppressed excitement permeated the United States District Court Philadelphia as the seven tccnth session of the conspiracy trial With yesterdays amazing and dra matic session vividly in mind wit nesses defendants and were prepared for spectators an unusual day he hoped to preVent any recurrence of the incident which culminated in a BovcrnmpMt uirnncc n a government witness calling a de fense attorney a liar and a thief ihe situation developed when John yK H facott of defense counsel ad vanced to the witness oox and charged inomas p Conley a former constable with being a liar and a thief ioure a bigger liar yourself llas iu mind Conley retorted shouting into the Court Rules Out Politics In Trial Repeated attempts by Defence Counsel W T Connor to inject politics into the case of the 15 defendants in the Delaware countv conspiracy triai in Philadelphia were blocked by the court this morning when Judge Welsh made a final ruling that he will not toler ate such action and the case will be tried upon facts GOAL OF WELFARE GROUP FOR COMING YEAR Annual Campaign Will Begin Here on Oct 30 to Last Two Weeks Board of Directors En larged to 60 Members Relief Work Still Acute At a meeting of officials of the Federation of Chester and vicinity u was announced that the annual campaign for funds would open on October 30 arid continue for two weeks The sum to be asked is which was determined to be the minimum amount which will Lab e the associated units to funtion throughout 1934 lumion The Federation recently expanded OC ale t0 60 i t0 60 const chic My body of CIMC social church and industrial concerns This the executives feel gives a wider participation in the federation and has resulted in h 2ii havine a vilal In the funds Bnd of the The Federation was orgrnbed alter the war when certain saw the futility of a scries oinci vidual drives those conducting her camai campaigns first the RreU eieat REAL WINE CHRISTENS NEW SUB EDITION With AH Latest arxj Best News of the Day PRICE TWO CENTS est aid anri n K est am and the others fallinp ihmt by wide margins K 8nolt The citizens at larec tired LIAR RANKIN SHOUTS AT CITY Attorney Refuses to ApoJo tfize in AsKOssment Dis pute at City Hall Rebuked by Mayor During Lively Argument Over Date of Notices of WITH ROOSEVELT ON RECOGNITION9 Moscow Decide To Minister Litvinoff To Washington To Iron Oat Problems That Confront Both Nations Cordial Reply Received To Presidents Request I fisnkin an iunni city was rebuked Uiis mn No Oblivion On Part Of Nation As To Future Course Of Clure I dont know what plans he on the street 1 Qin i wjlh acclaim u he fomaton of the federa ition thousands and thousands of that she received weekly from While sometimes Later Conley who had testified he I the wrrd leader taking his was paid S25 weekly by Senator MC Clure persona y said that John C Beatty a state insurance inspector accompanied Myron Caffcv a Depart ment of Justice Egent when the lat ter questioned him regarding his knowledge of the county8 protection Pame her along with Ryan 11 rVCr ited the office of Mr McChire and Sykes H that after her husband went to jail she went to the eighth floor office i in the Crozer Building and in the tenseness created by thc rapid of John Baiter asked what between lc Lor name ap ween witness and counsel was noticeable in C0urtcsy attorne5rs at night j 11 i n iu Lien 1 lUi n do lars have been collected and dis ti buted constituting one of the finest bits of relief and social agency ns vanui1Ce m thC Of The determined relaxed one Is practically thc same and ihe officials are that will be of i y of inc larlialot shown as it eijlercrt the i ortsmouth x u jFARMERS STRIKE COOPERATION TODAY IN WEST TO IN RELIEF WORK FORCE US RELIEF I IS IMPERATIVE had ivfiisid 0 Kjve him information iiboiil miy assessi s mid it was cuiili manifest that our city ofllcials plan nn unfair nsstss i mrnt and further pi o withhold inoiiiiRttou until ivttrr clicllon Tin statement imntsod ihe ire of HH mayor resented the miirk aiul branded it us umruc Jitmkln that he hud culled up Albert lilUBhis city assessor to nk when IDC assrssmonls would be out and said sometime itbcnu UKfirst i 01 Kovrmbcr or themiflir He then if lie could see Hie assisment and the imiyor said he ur iuv ilier citizen of the clly who D do OUlt Reserves ivd could go to the assessor nnd gel copy of his assessment Mayor aril made ii plain that this ni oviiKititm could lie notion oilher bv ny citlwn personally or by anyone luy night desiRiwto wlih the proper me controvnsv in nr rn mlc f u i in Merely A Means To End Ab normal Relations All Moscow Re Over Outcome Of Notes oces TAX COLLECTOR DISPUTE AIRED l roversv The c We Iti bi oi by colic 5 tollcetor of borons WASHINGTON Oci faiIy recognition of Soviet Russia today wns WCn 15 a virtual cer of Patient unoeiriis action in extending n inil of friendship lo tho Red nov aml mum a T of reiprocfty Irom the tltu Koosevelfs invitation In commVrcG lor n rcxui over the rolnlionsboiween nircd I bcllcve of nor i ni ju ttl 11 i v wentvc UiCIC Hanki then asked the mayor if he i PwiieOeltl BroomrUl nnd I In the way could sec the axMssment for anv r luk yrstcrdav As n1 an undeivstaiidlng con proprrly hi which lie wns Intcres ell Wlllnrd J Wonellihp I To this thcmayor replied Whnt do olf1 Home jol one of Rorge tinoffice I p wnlwl by M1ItolJ borougVi I Ottlrd trade BheS clerk of police cnit lo Send I j Jou waul o do I As Harold Hughe iviul son uf Albert Hughes explained that the retx fnr thc delay in getting out the wivs due to tnc fact that as nn economy mensiirc was being done bv the out tax bills until a court u slo is I llp IlR corporation to fin year work corporation to finn Atloriiey Thumiis A Cunau called exporlcrs ai to tie courts uttrntlon thi lact thnt aelllt1te the dcvclopim J X lllt cuurl had nuninvnri 10 Soviet The associated units and thc for 1933 from of which was sub Questions were asked in a low modulated voice Scott made no atj tempt to confuse Conley who re peated his story regarding his visits to Senator McClures office three times at the request of Scott Mrs Bessie Sykes wife of i Har vey Sykes former Fourth ward con stable and a defendant was called to the witness stand during tho eve She her pearing on thc Republican ballot as ast voal a candidate in the primary election L and Family Welfare i ASEOCltlfrrv tin nnn Continued on Last Page IJL20000 Called On to Stop Send ing Food to Market Court Rebukes Attorney Scott For Thief Term liosnual i W C A Chester lve Family Kelicf and tare Sociotv ate When Htitclies was nddress Governors Favor Speakers Stress the Need Centers o t County Childrens Ruth L Ben Health 7 uge Welshs buke to Defense1 Armv S4 950 Service 52 Societv Movement Challenge New Deals Efficiency DSS MOINES la Oct ini Council hr said that letters lidd at ouf to a itj a copy tiv council hud now collector AcandiHK 10 Mr ciirrnn jiKlcr Ltus nnvc been of a trad to and otherwise cut of coin Soviet Union I ho establishment of this corpora tion probably would be finnnccfi hv thc j Iimiuci Coloration nnd It would re i lurlhcr loani from that bodv lor the purpose ol nnnndne in turn in Alncrica markets inj MI cntprcd of Everyone Aiding Worthy Movement YEADON DEDTCATES Speaking before the annual SCHOOL J tv VltJi Orit i my J C Wilnam AMcClurg ward leaders in the compliment with emphasis Chester or Charlie a i Was dellveed just after Federal Court i Al relative of Ryan She quoted Rvan simetl ater the cass yesi An6ther the6 to The pasments stopped Mrs Svkes her made a h VilenI the um two alter e Welsh speaking in a said been practicing law for losses thirty years and I have spent i Pomt5 e part of my life in court As Pckcd that Mea Jud2e I what happened this h leader circulaterl mornmg and I am savin now nhif a petition for her husbands T STOCK MARKET fuied Ionvard iis fdntiiiuort on Ingc Ten FORD COiMPANY STRIKERS ORDERLY character with YORK orders of a new era in human j since the opening of the in late trading to presenlativei of railroad a ere county gjnleSigaUon of the a1 T to more than 3 were chalked up noticeably on tlie running behind the i d 10nl of no there movement was j I wish to say Reno said except as iwnvorvf llfU of farmers t B was In iiii w was wieie wouia be no olltals fear over the ooten repetition I would say nothine j tiahties nf LPPlen Mrs sykes resumed the stand when i There are some davs ahead of us strike morninre5anriCdvf oflock this are lkclv WIJL may nappen aftr Prosecutor Special nnd cdec but I cannot have ihe hour in strike at n id whftn 5 J S Jf she knew EF spectacle I want it dav todav there was S Wnite and shn rnnl or iA am 11 vvts consiQ spiritual values which would the end to offset a lengtheninB necessary relief work Touching momentarily on current MriMurpin spoktwith conndencCof he approval of Russia by this nation and cited it as an to jc ample of the main important from evente hanging over this generation kc5 anywhere in National Holiday crs here could estimate tlie of farmers in 27 states sup porting the holiday who wmt nn tj strike today If preacnt j PIKE POLICE CHIEFS Carl superintendent of Dcla county schools ana Charles r vHc5sllcy supervising principal of Yearion schools thc the dayiuuler police guard llhn of street hclow Pifu sticci were much smaller than on any of nnd merely ns a member of thc directing board Henry MorRuntlinn Jr governorof ho Farm credit Administration has bcon mentioned for this post Creation of the corporationvtll be clIfCHsscd by the Preside it with Mfxni LHvinon the Soviet foreig minster who has been chosen by Bolshevist government as Us emis harj to Washington to discuss question of recognition and othw problems The fact the soviet government Previous fnrSbbnd do at all up 10 ims i me thafc hc had he usually is B layman and M at a distinct disadvantage license j UP tO this STORE SAFE LOOTED tried and he knew Very iu e of he tea layman not hf night thi case He told me I cant of any rules of court I hcf Kahn HrivrT L i i4it CXtieiL1 hnrn cPernfCnCfdihatn0t moie 10Pr cent of the farmers manner in which relief work TO RESUME SESSIONS The Chester Pike Chiefs of Police Oi Association will resume Us monthly j members of heir calion next Thursday cvrnlny aci omeials IcordiiiB to nniiounccment made tndav were iirund to o Uiinie I 1 riir Din n vuii iliiut 11 wrc smaller than usual n BTmCd ranled out n this j president of the assoclaUo j forest in be make Sakcrs or Ridley Park not to losn In heir o sippi Valley would be enrolled leaders feel MU strike not re1 sUtm highway picketing to ferret NBN participants to keen their i ilnn Placed much of proauce and livestock Ule fflclency uPfrt focusnFederal Tr Cheyney l ii Jttl stov MneV stole 540 from i FROM RACES TODAY United Press AT LATOXIA Bud Regis Play Toncy Petite Julie Good iom i Dakoti i Hirf UlcCsrJV depression K isrrliKrwsffitffia both sides to reniemhpr n irom nrst floor wa gained j as a mcthod of obtaining AccordniR to tentative plans a lPtn the pmi of the Kord Co nninv postal inspector from Philadelphir jopicscniatives to meet wUh their ot r me l r g11Pl a meetj Barters in a rominon d Jeast five govcrnois of f of af nef interest is anticipated witli a view statesNonh i to depression i by j men V S TJIKASUHY BALANCE T BORTON hvrM on fimievi snkl hiU of the hvi thc speaker nnd a meetj leaders in rominon discussion of 65 DTOse CaniC frOm Sfc iUnieiS faimo nT lltn mn inrr nf iiTittctinl 1 OI to adjust ST SCHOOL LIGHTING SYSTEMS Dr David A Ward superintendent o the city school district has fur nished all school principals wjth in fonnation received from the state educational authorities regardirie tha frequent testing of emergency 5ght ut ts systems of school auditoriums di nC Umt thc sttltc de icquircs enerEcncy HKhUntr cms m all public assembly oofs m e hnt these also be lcstci put The principals have been advised to M the attention of janitors o the nntl Umr time lhc rooms are to be usprf 1J of Uie department of the local oft C trvvYin ffinT 1 n uunn TOURING IN EUROPE i sws bs I Jssrssss i jmit the attorney for the government when the store I iTtetacut from rr ttarmcrs tllroafc I ministration that there nv HlSin rT receipts Kryfiulll AUlomobe CI b VVU1H Peered raUitia to enforce a arnone chiw n TT CT monh AVccKs cft Carol MAN AT HIGHLAND PARK Kuhlman Smear Ruckus Boot Rose Slapstick Vitamin B Interior Roxic Wcidcl v n Sis PIP rJJlzaircvstoP Gap Heather clear track fast BAIL FORFEITED Joe Doblitx Must Also pear to Renew Bail Iowa Hc said that at the pitiable Presel tmic the sentiment is to make irm Bureau Federation doine true bv 1 ooinc possible to aid chil G H S TEAM of Spriiigstccl Monel Xonc 5 Xonc 6 Xisia Gnritone Weather clear Irark n recent term of criminal continued appeared yesterday afternoon to renew their bail bonds Fiftyfive dofend Samuel Browne retired real estafu s m 40 differPnt cases were suc broker was badly burned about thS I cessful in heir bail bonds ap hands feet and neck when hp Proved before Judges Pronefield tempted to fight a fire in Brooma11 anrf MacDade early today nis honie Joe DobHtz of this city a defendant He was taken to Delaware CountvnJc Pclaware county trial being I j Hospital after firemen lcdj Federal CoIrt Philadelphia I i the blaze which started in the kitchen to roncw nis bail of the large stwie ad stucco dwelling M TllQnlas this city on Township Tino in thr Vprncy John DeHaven White ex Park section of Upper was in Federal town Court but Judge Broomall ordered i Thc fire was discovered by t hc RPpear ln cdia this morn Pcrccntof on Fasc Ten and R dozcrl hrfnrpi6 up 1t0day in a co Ol IS CONFIDENT r an ihe automobile was driven by John H rhomas 31 Of 1634 Worth 59 ih dele the Lee won in several Plays Abington High on Ninth Smedley Field Today Big Crowd Expected While declaring the strike How they linriip IjCC did not sav re len men were strikers or E Obstacles to be Moved Before Soviet Recognition OFFER TO PRINT A SHAKESPEARIAN AD Telephone statistics say that average talker uses only 50 different words Shake speare knew 13000 Now if anybody wants to go him one better by inserting a 13000andoneword classi fied ad in thc Chester Times well gladly print it on 24 hours notice at usual rates But generally three or four lines answer the purpose Thats how this ad mad good t nil convenient AIO y 5th Must re apprcelatV his ing clso Coylo must furnish right WASHINGTON Oct vas dauchtcr Barbara 9 smoke and called her father another bondsman He found the kitchen in flames WI lhe Kww aw antl alro American 01 Unable to reach his own tSenhonr SthbclnB with an alleged l confonf mn baway house His case was continued r Presdent Roosevelt and tvinoff Russian Foreign f Illit UWll I he ran across the street to our chHdrcn VhS2 SS bawdy house His case was continued rif rt il when it was caled Doblitz had his name aired also In the United c obstacles injho path of 1 FJnancinl claims niin IicJiPst uii ioziK Tne obstrcles they overcome Stross left end Trio left lackle ft guard Glaeser center Obcrholtzer guard A HUCV right tackle riaht end riiinrtorbnck left halfback right halfback fullback Referee UmpireFreeman Michigan Carnegie MacPherson Dnllas Ncsovitch Blifard Kasporski Hnnnigan winslrm Dezzi Gorliant Officials Taylor Shcvlin free PhiadelphTa who got off the highway going cast and drove on to the trolley track police say I He trolley car of the Llanerch line Has eawa wcst John Smith of New ui ii U W town Square the motorman tried to Sttln thn TRUCK WRECKED suffered a fractured skull injuries Ke was taken to EOfiS SCRAMBLED f HMpU1 WARMER WEATHER Martin night meet in the na Uldu 111 t vtv tin for three girls I 16 years of diplo sj malic estrancrpnioiif School Is rrndy and rannp lo go for tho second home 1 Russias fcanio of thc 1033 football season J2 States arc of when they stack up against the high v f fiiitnrl a TTIV tvnnn T i j ii on vi iuj aEauisi tno nivniv onnnm 1 Thc defaulted Si87 touted Abington High grid warrior UUOOOO lonri TT tiv nn b wiiirioia Ilfback Smith quantity of the eRBs lowcsf o LtJ nve of tllp MlAverage of 60 wasfour degrees ioss ttl IUI1 temperature for the UPPER in I9IR and CRAPS GAME 000000 loan made from the U s afternoon on the new sevI 36 in J875 Sunrise today was at a m P m 2 Some i f iiuw i v u drtcctivps last High School athletic a craps game in a Iwusc o j an electric iron whieh FIRE AT FLSTVVOOD7 PA i arrested in the same raid w h Coy e no AiKn i m and Upland Mrcrts Tl e One of them has disappeared and th il01 xpcrt5 expected Claris covernn rnr gct at 230 p m CarninBlon her bail of was ordered forthe tobe overcome and clMmf of Amon IndividunV With one victory in three s arts I tnbc felted Conrad Matern of Rtdlev to their series propCoach Ollie Robinsons protescs hone1 ChalRfrt wi township went on the guTs I series erty by Russin totaling to mako their record for the with James Talbot of this city but The 51yearold astute Russian dip H fvcn Ths i a tough task for hrd the latter produced a receipt showin proposed total world m 111 VVes Ws stalwarUs noar Marshall road t louiu MIUIIS i IP iiiii inius la i road P American bankers by thc game will get underway at 230n m Mrcsted ton mon A CzailSt covcminrnt Pm rt p A with maintaining a gam The Weather WASHING Oct UP I 7 IC forecast Eastern Venn ss fisssss SsSasr s i wsrwsssa POST THIEF lo a Dctween two of the world s rnntinmi nr i to a report lodecd thenniir o i 6 9 a m ;

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Publication: Chester Times

Location: Chester, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: October 21, 1933

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