2500 battle eviction

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2500 battle eviction - winter portion made stock at be increase ol...
winter portion made stock at be increase ol following increase he 2,500 Battle Eviction Of Daab and New York. Dec. 28 lff»--Fred Daab and his family were [rom their Brooklyn apartment yesterday--but not until 50 men battled an enraged crowd 2.500 who gathered to bar the eviction. It started when a marshal two patrolmen, executing a court dispossess order, carried out Lee Daab's Christmas tree. At this point the crowd began chanting "we can't let this go on." The policemen carried tne tree and the furniture back into the house and called foe reinforcements reinforcements who roped off part of street. The tree and the furniture finally were taken out despite jeers of the crowd which pushed against the lines. Police arrested two persons were charged with assault. One person was injured. The plate barbershop window of the landlord, landlord, Daniel Vasquez, was smashed. Daab, 38, said he always paid his rent but had engaged in a long quarrel with Vasquez over Heating arrangements. The Daab, family finally was offered rooms' in the apartment of Victor Horo- whitz, 29, a mailman. ·-

Clipped from The Kingston Daily Freeman28 Dec 1946, SatPage 8

The Kingston Daily Freeman (Kingston, New York)28 Dec 1946, SatPage 8
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