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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              upwn ALONGIM NOT puirr READY FINAL EDITION 1 I With All and of tJuj Day vGSTH 17738 Thl Daily Leased Wire nnd Intern Reifts of Uni natlonjNcws Bcrvl United 1tcss I UP Ice INS CHESTER 1A WEDNKSDAYNOVEMBER 1 1D3U PRICE TWO CENTS RAMSEY BREAKS SILENCE GIVING LONG STATEMENT I GOING BEFORE GRAND JURY Former Mayor Ends Conjecture by fQ at Federal Court for to Take Stand in Conspiracy Case as Ace I lUUJN 1M Witness for Government in Trial 76 Local Defendants M Department of Justice Agent Spends Morning on Stand Quoting Statement of I Alfred Sorgi Who Paid bci 281332 at statc 10icl ami Uiex avenue In Aronimink developed ini C II L Principals in Damage Suit Will Share in Sum Awarded by Jury A law suit arising from a motor accident which occurred on Mavcm FRENCH TRAIN WRECK WHERE TWENTYTHREE DIED Says McClure Gave Him Cut Rate on Weekly Sums After Protest BANK OFFERED ITS CUSTOMERS PLAN TO AVOID TAXES ICviclence in Letter Stirs Slock iMarUel Prohcrs Surprised Tlie locomotive of HIP rrark Cherbourg Kxprcss is sliiwii In Hithcil of Hit river near Dvcrcux lrancc a countersuit yesterday before Judge j followine its plunge from the viaduct The disaster rosl23lives anil injuries lo scores of passengers i W Roger Froneficld at Media when j Former Chase Head Tells Senators of His Income Payments GOLD PURCHASING SYSTEM FOR U S NOT COMPLETED Big Financiers Working Out Plan Rooscvelt of Scheme Todays Price for Newly Mined Metal Is Set at Ounce Ramsey Gives Long Statement to USGoes Before Grand Jury William T Ramsey former Mayor of Chester now serving a 5to10year sentence for embezzling S200000 arrived st the Federal Building in Philadelphia from Gratersford Penitentiary to appear be fore a special Grand Jury at 915 a m today He was in the U S District Attorneys office for the remainder of the morning makinga statement lo Assistant U S District At torney Michael J Stoney it was stated and would appear before the June Grand Jury at 2 oclock Because of the prroup of news photographers waiting outside the District Attorneys1 office to sct snaps ot Hnmsey as ho emerged ho was not brought out of the room thnt he couU go jret lunch with his guards Instead his son Harold Ramsey an attorney tool lunch in to his parent Ramsey it was said was to he questioned o reports that he loaned most of the to Uic ailejred Delaw county protec tion ring The Government seeks to show that iLe proU desired to go into the liquor business instead ot tfikinjr SOa baj tribute from liquor runners who unloaded hero in Chester The money taken by Ramsey it is alleged PF to iaarice two boat loads of liquor Coast guards captured t liqupr ship htnv ever and 5150000 loss was incurred by the rinjr j Nearby the Grand Jury room 76 this con arc on trial before Judge Welsh I damages done to his mothers car which he charged was struck by j Burkharts automobile coming out of j street at an excessive rate of speed Burkhart in turn sued Ifppii Mrs Pccpri for bodily injuries which ivvLU he sustained as n result of the ac cident caused he asserted directly by Pecori R W Baile defense counsel produced witnesses who stated that there were no Stop signs on Drexel avenue at the time 1 D Ift A V 1 at lhc chcstcr I H A T A PAHE1 0 N 1 K 1 D A HU j A 1 A UNDER CODE of the collision and that Burkharts vehicle was the one that was struck and not Pecoris T A Curran was the attorney for tha plaintiff The jury brought in a verdict fav oring Mrs Pecori to the extent of pn MI Bi Cummins reported this morni IT rn ill l IVinf I t nf Viv It 11 ili n 1 I IXKl W 1 11 11 H I 1 C t W v u lhn lc colKmion of ner husband Various Teams Soliciti is RHowins a marked improvement I aixl that he Is recoverini rapidly 8100000 j She accounted rumors that her hus i band had suffered from lie effect of I carbon monoxide gas in the garage Surprises Expected When Slu said Mr Cummins Early Totals Are Heard i suflered a vidfien attack of acute in digestion and lapsed into uncon Relief Stressed sciousncss Mr Cummins is wellknown in city and is engaged in a real estate Confident of success in their cami business with offices in the Crozer S155 the sum to be split between i paign for S100000 the teams of voS building His admission to the hos iwv her son and Burkhart unteers resumed their earnest work i Wlls utcd s a General medical Another accident case in Judge this morning in acquainting the citi cas3 ana lhc authorities cor lllc Fronefields court was that of a coal zcns of Chestcr and vicinity with the i Mrs Cummins vcrson of i WASHINGTON Nov Evidence that the Chiise National organization offeredin assist customers to avoid income taxation tartlcd Senate stock market Investi gators today Thats the iiriit I ever heard of It said Albert H Wlggln former head of the bank when a taxavoidance proposal written to a customer was Introduced in evidence Fcniimuid Pccora committee coun sel produced a letter written by M of the ChaseHarris Corporation an affiliate of the iinvlied WilUtnn Mitchell 1D1 Park avenue New accept the banks assistance j ffort to establish losses for income tax payments I hud no idea this ever Was done WlBgtn replied through a barrage of questions It probably was a salesmans plan for Rcttlnn customers Wiijgln members of his family and his personal tax corporations paid a prand totnl of In taxes In the five years 192832 inclusive he told the committee In your estimate of taxes paid did you include nnyestimate of taxes Possible Compliance Oil you did not because of Todays U S Gold Price Set at WASHINGTON NOV The government today laiscd 1U price on newly mined American gold to nit ounce from the level of yesterday The price was ah overnight tidvanoo of H cents nn once Todays VashliiBton price was 07 cents above the woild price set in London today The London pi ice today was 131 shillings 0 pence up 1 shilling 2 pence On the basis ot the open ing exchanKfl iate on Ihe pound This wns equivalent lo ah ounce in Giving Figures Auto Chamber to merely Chester Plant Action Held Bargaining ationr of your personal corporations 1coova askel AVIggin shooV his head The market Investigator dug also WASHINGTON Nov President Roosevelt is extremely hopeful that purchases of foreign gold by this country will increase the gen eral price level it was made clear at the White House today The White House had received no word from administration financial officials as to how soon these pur chases would but it was ex pectrd that they would be started within a few lays Chairman Jones of the Hcconstruc tion Finance Coiporatlon Governor Black of the TYclcial Reserve Board and Governor Ilauison of the New York federal Reserve Bank are set dealer by the name of Dzegzcj of necessity of becoming contributors to i tno 2329 West Third street this city who was surd by Paul McKimicy a this allimportant fund The campaign started last Mond Chester bill collector for a large mail wJth a rousing meeting in the Ches order house for personal and car ter Club attendedby approximately joamagcs sustained as a result of a I 100 leaders and workers and with t everyone given definite instructions Conlmued on Last Iaffc On their particular duty yesterday 4 i raw a systematic start in the various TRAIN WRFCKS AItrvIIA T lilJxjlltj STALLED AUTO DEMOCRATIC RALLY mice wilii the NHA code for the uulo moblle indiwtry The Ford Motor Company appeared in a list ot twentyseven motor manu facturers asreetng to Tile wage and hour reports to the Nalionnl Auto I mobile Chamber of Commerce the i code authority before Nov 7 This list acompanied another of twenty TsTTPMT Thc workers are cxplaininc th ne 1MU11L for local rejjef contributions j in addition to the money PolicC Are YVorkillSr On Ifom automoblla makers that already had submitted the required Informa Thcorv Car vas Put Although a for the room in a hotel vwith in nrrCr irtn vtiirr iiifinpnd liquor protection ring whichthe government charges was headed by State Senator John J Mc Clure had fixed a week as the price to be paid for immunity by a still owner Senator McClure agreed to accept S175 a week when the moon shiner complained it wastestified today in United States District Court in The disclosure wasmade byHarry TJpberman a special Department of Justice agentwho read a statement he iaid was volunteered by Alfred the still owner and one of the dcinrOants in the case Lelbivman was called to the stand vnen rossexamination of former Constable D Harvey Sykes the gov ernment star witness against Sen ator McClure and 75 other defen influenza for a Djmocratic rally to be i by the state and federal treasuries at Odd Fellows Temple Eighth j Chester has maintained such a ffUi streptv Friday evening j standard Trackby Cclcbralors sent to Hugh s I Johnson recovery administrator for participants Wiggln snid the Shcrmar Corpora lion realized net profits of more than nn the Sinclair account Shermars participation was DlICG23 shares Ha said various brokerage firms and individuals were given subpar ticipation in the account Among theme were H G Freeman nnd Frank Callahan both officers in the the new gold pin chasing system into operation Itwas said that lhi Picsident per sonally hud not been advised of any negotiations nith any foreign coun try in this rcgnid to the gold plan The British ambassador Sir Ron ald Lindsay and Sir Frederick Lclth Iloss British economic adviser was sent here to discuss wardebts were scheduled to see the President this afternoon M White Houseknew Chase Bank at the time i vere completed at a meeting of the i nitals w In ths last night mitted into evidence aftsr4 rs Announccmenl that the Ford Comi The rally vill be preceded admitting that he tolf Chris Nacrelli another defendant iucntlfiecv as the collector thathe unable to tiuits interrupted by Sykes pay5250 as he A t McNeal psrS Dep uty jjur wefk Nacrelli saw Andy Fra J QCJ Uier de fendant in the case corning to the statement McClure the big boss ization addressed by Penrusvlvania scntcd j i uvu ui iiiunuiLciuit1 s inc r Grci ful persons are contributing vith lit the main line at time of the j Company said it would submit the re d tie argument after the pertinent crash and police arc investigating tjiirrd data Nov 6 or 7 iy j facts of the local situation are pro determine who was responsible fov I AS the matter stood today Mr Ford the theft which they believe may i and his company appeared ill i have been a poorly conceived Hal1 within the meaning of con tion of tha city The rally which will be held in Odd Fellows Hall will be Warren Van Dyke State Democratic chairman and First reports of the campaign will James L Rankin a local attorney j be made on Friday at a meeting to j lowecn prank who will discuss the tax and assessi be held in the Y W C A Seventh The car had been pushed down iandSproul streets Keen rivalry ex the roadbert from the Edgmont ave y i ists between the various teams and nue crossing about500 feet and mld j way between Edgniorit avenue and Crosby street A southbound freight ment problem At last nights meeting the city committee unanimouslv endorsed the some surprises are promised entire Democratic ticket Tuberculosis Clinic sudden illness He is confined to a HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press Later Nacrelli told me V learned from Frank that s AT ARLJXGTON DOWNS My Beauty 5 Captains Daughter C 7 clear track fasf MU AT FIMLICO SA d it was j OK and that I could pr Lieberman quoted from thj state ment which he said bore Sorgis sig nature and had been confirmed be fore the Grand Jury Sorgi said he paid his protection money after that in the presence of Nacrellis son Tony In tip statement Sorgi was quoted as admitting he had operated stills POMP i and speakeasies with from 1020 to 1930 protection S5000 protection during the last three years that I was in the business in Delaware county the statement read I have in my Continued nn Papc Ten WlR1ack Patricia Rustic Lady Sister rick Matlgc HosiJiiss Glare TSIack Duck M Oulcin Captain Arpo Round Lao Table Running Play Mainsheet ftrBolti Lover Curacao Flapstonc Curvcno Garden fllcs I Fagn Dark Hope Royal Blunder Oaks l Weather clear track fast CRITIC OF G 0 P GETS WARM REPLY BOARD CH AIRMEN Activities of the State Tuberculosis i Clinic located at 100 Eat Eighth train drawn by two heavy engines thundered along the main line and struck the vehicle The train was to bn compliance with the NRA The only question which remained at rill was that of his would put them by Genera when you had a sure thing advices asked Ferdinand Pecora committee i no comi No Wiggin replied but when T In the had something that looked like i public risk and they wantedsome of The Ford I let them have it Pccorn developed a youscralcti mybackandTllscratchyours situ ation existing between the Chase Other developments on the re covery front 1 Withdrawal of five members from the NRA industrial advisory Socuritles Corporation nnd personallyowned corporations When Chase iincl a proposition in a profit able deal he would cut his Chase attitude toward the bargaining re Securities key men in on it When COURT ORDERS NATME PLACED ON BALLOT quiremcnts By reason of u Court order signed yesterday by JudRC Albert Dutton MacDadc at Media the name of A C Roberts will appear on the voting machines as a Democratic candidate Chase Securities Corporation had R I for Council from ths Third ward of Some labor authorities were of the pood thing the key men would Marcus Hook iv that hete onn of stopped and a thorough search war i present their demands unpoitaiH imvs of all macle by members of the crew and 1 These authorities point put that opinion that even that had been fill ciprocate by alloiiuq some of ths j filled when managers of the Chester j melon to Wlgglns Corporation iPai plant where a strike was called received workers representatives to j REPUBLICAN CLUB i service is bring woven into the chain crossing watchmen but V wiiciiinen out mere was ho cnicctivp nf Compliance boards now functionI of activities of t IDS organizations tin iVi u oiijimni section 01 ing inP Delaware county under the I which benefit by the AVelfare Federai the carUad bco c RALLY TOMORROW Dispensing with their annual ban Talbot 9 Chester pike tivities of the clinic differs from all the Republican candidates to be voted William J Wallace West Stratford avenue Clifton Height1 and Aldan Everett L Kent Brltimore avenue Clifton Heights Marcus Hook Dr J H Keehan Tenth street Chester William Provost Jr 122G Walnut street Boards in both Wayne nnd Media are how in process of organization FALLS FROftf BOILER FATALLY INJURED John J Walters 11 engineer at otier medical work and is attended upon the part of those suffering from the disease with a more active realiza tion that thsy are in reality sick all over and so unfitted lo face the tasks 01 life with the same stamina others may evidence pared to state whoher ho regarded istration data of motorcars nf state of Delaware a license plate be ing found in the wreckage showed that the car was registered under the t name of Roy M Haitsch Of RL5 West CTliVlPI TPTP IlffT A Krrnnrl stirnt nni J IHj 1 JVlljCS Continued on Last Page he tasks Second street Wilmington Del Local a which j police got in touch witli Wilmington FOR Uit 11VJ1NO for next Tuesdaywill greet the memI Uc iiiachluABCd ta the I IP lllfl cl TTI OTinn uutiiuoi LUL iiiULllllii ill Lilti House program will be staKed The mnrv clcction has had its coin police who made a call at the Ha i7Th The scrons cases have a tendency home where they learned that the to disccurRge the sufferers and nwncr of the car had left his home At the final meeting to be held i last evening In the vehicle i tomorrow evening nt ihe Alfred Rcquests were No Reason to Indict Vincents Home Lansdownc ave braFge construction projects involving nue and Garrctt road Upper Darby the construction of lfi4l miles of Condnucd on Lnst Pasc Police of Wilmington this morning Slevcncon Post headquarters on West reported that at 635 oclock they had Seventh street members of the Com received a call from Haitsch who bincd Veterans and Civic and Patri reportecl that his cfr been siolcn otic League will announce their ar rnnTcmcnts as completed for the PvEQUESTS FOR BIDS dav at Harris officers in charge expect one of the best attended and most enthusiastic gatherings under the auspices of the club in a lone time AMENDMENT 8 IS SUPPORTED HERE burg for bids on 10 highway and U h IKhASUKY BALAXCK In a hearing on a writ of alter native mandamus presented by At torney Howard Hannum it developed that the name of Roberts with those of two other candidates were on the Republican ballots in the September primary election There was no namo for Council on Democratic bal lot Threevoters however wrote In the name of Roberts These three votes were added to Roberts Republican total it was tes tified by Norman Shocklcy judge of election error could riot ba pfflgjjji rptuifi board din the prir mary election has had its counters rqset for next Tuesdays election Sewell Trulll who is minority in spector of the precinct and Mrs Mar garet Cooper who is Democratic can didate for burgess of Marcus Hook testified that they voted forRoberts on the Democratic ticket In making the order directing tha County Commissioners to place Rob erts name on the ballot Judge Mac Dadc warned the election board to be more careful in safeguarding tha giant Armisltcr Day celebrations in j PromjnCnt CUizCHS ISSIIC nue ana unricit roaq uptJui uaroy tne consiruction 01 HIH nines 01 i Nov UPt V U i lire Party of County Be was killed in a 20foot fall yesterday highway Sealed bids will be i The Treasury net balance for October nf i TTrii i n cr i Inpv Dl Tiin cause of WaUers was cleaning a boiler in tlie atThe highway dcparlmcnt omce on J 30 was S307l3026n 22 Miscellaneous i 1 I this nrea during which two new War j Mrmniic xvin hunveiled in mcm their coun basement of the orphanage when he November 10 Among them will be internal revenue receipts thai dav I T1 inn j fell from the top of the heating jlant one for 31 nf a mile of concrete on were 5764025057 CuUom recclpti r nKpr anci aiternonii paiaaes ana inc ceie tovnship AT LATONIA Psf sent to voters ot the county by Louis Piclijc Yankee Waters Cole Emmons of Swarthmorc chair Red Basil Lilllcloyrc Our Hobby j Democratic finance com PrcclonsMaid Devilish Brown I Pars Bright Em blem All Forlorn Smart Lady Walter D Tiny Wrack Spud Sanslitne Boy iVHnnic Rclle Byphar Rolanda Fair Cyn thia Tallulab SHoUur Prince Herbert My Sam Path Libretto Dean Lucky Jack Varnall ton Katliak Scllis Ballot Old Judge Why Mask Brnshdown Wcatlicr clear track fasl i fell from the top of the heating plant one ror 31 nr R mji0 The criticism of the Republican 131 lnMcdlaan sry contained in a letter rerpmly Flf v street Philadelphia fdence toxvnship this c and Upper Provi for the month through October county CKLEBRATOIfS MISHAP Sylvan Brown of 230 West Seventh miltee brought a strong protest yesstreet suffered a cut over the right tciclay from Thomas F Long a canI eye late last night when he was diiiate for commissioner in Haverford i struck by a brick According to Brown he was leaving a party which BJ SAYS OTC PLAN IS WORKING OUT Long wlio is an attorney with of had Uccn heid in a house on Potter fires in Philadelphia demanded from t street between Sixth and Seventh I f n fl n n Emmons an explanation of the sale streets and as he emerged from the l cf cows to the Delaware County building was hit in the head by ths Prison Board in the summer of 1930 missile This morning he found he were S3121372313 PERMANENT Pertinent Favor Facts in Its monies to be held at the unveiling of the Immaculate Heart cemetery nvmoriul md the Thirteenth strect i nnd Providence avenue memorial niici th nnmos of all officials for ths visiting military and civiiiiui ituests of honor and speakers will be announced A committcr of Delaware county citizens group interpretation of the Act of 1923 covering the use of voting machines SAFETY PKOOTKAlu atlVC XT 1 JNCCCSSaiV tllC CfCH CONTRACT IS LHT Whos Afraid of the Big Bad SeaSerpent An 80 foot seaserpetit five feet thick was two weeks ago frommie shore of British1 by F W Kemp MrSKftfj and son Major W HL3jig ley Clerk of LcgtslaMrc who also saw the ihomtcr it has a head Ufejai camel In that caM course anybody would gladly walk a mile for it Orjdrivev for that matter as rcaaily many do most every dhyfor as goort a response as was Bccurcd by this classified ad from the Chester Tirics MTDDLEAGED MAN IngqpijfhcMth pobrr and honct will work fft Box M83 Tlmci Emmons was amcmber of the An appeal was taken from the Continued on List Page was unable to check the flow of blood from the wound and went to the Chester Hospital where he was given treatment for tho injury E Hollcnback Inc Philadelphia In nn effort to secure an unusually sSrtfnr Nr B o thr Prnnvvivnnia the Daniel Jcfleris School nrovW n for a ho d and Mclrosc avenue proceeds ol a thorough toward the are iu uu lowara me b nfVhi icuLt of I iinilics of vinciTinlovprf f uy 01 inc workers and tlie mnintpmnm nf association members Among features stateaided cffilonal of lntcrcsl Announced by President institutions was recently organized John James is a safety program to bs at Rotarv Meeting RctriOnal Code lirve awarded the contract for Ward Hinkson for the purpose of ho completition of the buildinp for j enlisting the support of voters at the LOnipnanCC byslCni iafretl couples nt Uma for the Comi election to be held on Tuesday No under tlcchalmateWp of J H PrCSCltCtl of r vt n Anfnninhilo mnn i miwioners of Delaware county The S1 Rotarians were awrred yesterday Appvoval by the Presiritnt of an in s I by W W Moss of the Philadelphia vembcr 7 next Tlie following is Kcystone Automobile Club CAR IS DAMAGED Prison Board Members Deny Sykes Statements William McKim prominent president of the Prisgn Board indav CtAtil oday the Statements of p HarveytSykes re garding alleged rotten1 renditions at Broadmeadows tlie prison farm as absolutely Sykes yesterday testified in united StatesDistrict Court where j he Is n Govertimcnt witness in thevMc Clure conspirpty trial that prisoners farm wore poorly fed white if a probe would be made direction said Mr McKim whose home is at 2607 Darby road Oak mont Tlie gnarris do not have parties nor do they cat steaks while the prisonersget along on hot dogs and bologna The pruoncrs are not overworked i realize i district ofiicss of the Reconstruction jSnvv he creation of a regional code S r TT v m Finance Corporation thit his organi ccriniancc syrtcm in addition to the i fA fa j 0 fl Aoxn iiiurt ol the Federal Government isadministrative acencles withm each JLJ LW tsfl i making every possible effort under j inriiiry the regulatory law prvtaininR to the pinrncnt codes govcrnini busi R F C to render a service toward nnd manufiicurinp in Chester i recovery administered in a serious nno nelaware inciuon the fol honest and intelligent manner i lovlni industries Aniomobilfl man Speaking before iha members as ufnrjvins banker1 fair trade prac General in This County Vn automobile owned by Peter Pretcol of Chester road Brookhasen Continued on Last Pace was damaged last night when a car driven by Kathryn U McDadc of 13 WalkerBanks Henry Clay Del crashed into It at Ninth street and Elsinore place Both vehicles were bcinq driven cast on Ninth street At the intersection of Elsinore plscs the woman motorist attempted to make a right turn into Elsinore place I and her car struck the other vehicle sembled yesterday afjcrrtoon at Ilia boiler manufacturing builders i merry oclock the streets began lo lake on i Chester Club 511 cast iron soil pipe i uirouchotit this citv and county last electric manufacturing deserted look their Moss exirott Out in the county the most spec one gets excellent food i govern the granting of assiai bas manufatturing motor vehicle rc andjjjvcellent care in recovery of agriculture tailing trade petroleum rayon and ConccVning a possible Investigation by the hoard of Sykes charges Mr McKim said hj doubted very much steak and thai lore He Is novf sentence there for are the slplcmenf penslble person is at and in every ft V I The board is ahvayi on the job and some one of our members is always visiting there he continued Aye arc always on ihe lookout to sec that things are operated properly Continued on Last Page try make it synthetic yarn producing must be applied for through the retail lumber lumbe applied regular channels of lions The funds are government to thbitjanks o lumber products building materials and building sp clowns dancers cowboys ghosts con Halloween i waAVscrJ vlctA and the rest of the motley crrw Uncicr the leadership of its mar1 J VwS In this city maskers kept up the j shal Herbert Brouder a twomile in fun from dusk when the wee lads line of marching dancing prank and lassies who werent allowed to j playing funsters paraded in cos cialtics rclail iratie shipbuilding I stay out late made their appearance tume across tha towiship Tlie parada and shipbuilding repair silk itexUle until the late hours of started at State road and West Chcs industries The efforts of the R FC arc mtmitj to be rcloahed to the local steel aubular and West Third street Market street i ter pike marchca to West Garrctt i throwing transit industry and iSdgmont avenue were the favor assist as liberally as possible in the Contiaucd on Last Page lie promenades for the revel Somiscn imrapcr o s lers jiung and old fat Slid lean tall A and shoit Ihcrc wa w on j paiaric Attempted heie Ir tonight anrt m extreme north port Thurrdaj 6 a m 7 5 Oam 10 a m road wound along to Palrfield ave nue thence to Garrctt road bulgin along West Chester to 01 gamzcd GiNfvninth Sueet arouno 10 stand   

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