A.J. Rudasill Horsemeat Scandal
Army on world. to It win." the Communists the I am will war my job. field Arrest Packer, Inspector in Horsemeat Case CLINTON. 111., Jan. 19_(U.P.) _ Another pickup order was issued for Joseph Siciliano in the Illinois horsemeat scandal today as a packer and a state foo'd inspector were arrested 011 bribery charges. . State's Attorney A. J. Rudasill issued three warrants charging that Siciliano and Meyer Ditlove, Berwyn meatpacker. gave Inspector Clarence Cox of Clinton $150 overlook illegal horsemeat sales. Cox, who was fired from his yesterday, was arraigned and waived preliminary hearing late last night. He was freed on $1.000 bond. Rudasill said two DeWitt county deputies picked up Ditlove in Berwyn and were en route with him. Rudasill said police were seeking Siciliano. a 34-year-old Chicagoan whose name has cropped up again and again in the investigation. He has already been charged with bribing Charles W. Wray, ousted head of the inspection force, and was named in a conspiracy warrant issued in Lake county yesterday. Disclosed Bv OI'S statement -,Â»! March a d Â«v him inn a H , TM mfsed him Jl5 e for"^h!Â±?'^ j boneless horsemeat he a new Rob- area was made yesterday by department officers after they test- the | Chicago restaurants. 'TWO Inspectors Fired Labor, The meat had been sold by i Levy.'' The health department v Â«,,.,, i irii? TM Â«,Â» rvt o v c a m e o h l s hie hero H,t" March a^d Â«v? him Tinn a ^H ,1TM tralil e " Marine men according have June. norscmeai he U U J By late AprH. received any more money or of any shipments of aaaSAtSTrss ita'^.''Sr Starts horsemeat scandal, first l closed by the Office of bilization, so far has produced dismissal of seven state employes. arrests here and in northern llkc s now nojs and now a rai( j jn Chicago.| naval The first raid in. the Chicago' Avondale Provision Company, own- ed by Albert Picone and Mark. . jdcred the company to halt deliver- of ics immediately. _.,, - - - ~ u ,,, Â· Cox, inspector for Menard, Lo- gan. DeWitt and Macon counties,. tine -' Â« -- ~ -Â»-Â«~ !--_-~-Â«^.__'. . , was one of two state inspectors j swa j. -t.- Â«"Â·Â· uiii; UA iwvf OKIIA; nio^/wnJio , Â· fired by Agriculture Director Yun 8 yesterday. The other was Ia st on 'Boyd Bennett. Newman, who h a V t n l d . died inspections ..--,,.,-,,Â·" T\Â«..Â«IÂ»^ ,,Â«,! r-J^Â»-i Yung said both gave conflicting statements about their connection Vermilion, Douglas and Edgar : Atlantic North Atlantic Pact i v,,m, c^iri fcnth Â«Â«. mnfiiMinff F Â° r i with the scandal, but evidence ' ciiffinnnf 1n waiÂ»ant Ihoir HicMiarrfn bill for laxkv A toSl of \ix fcct . thal ors and their ho^ rharlo-Tw %W$Â£%lS^^.Â« Pres o n v we to ' S Â° l e c a l o f f c ne en- was continuinu ^^^^ ra "