William Taylor Bradford

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William Taylor Bradford - Moran Appeals Prison Sentence For Perjury was...
Moran Appeals Prison Sentence For Perjury was the hand-picked first deputy fire commissioner for O'Dwyer. Weber goes on trial Monday on federal perjury charges for deny- in;: before the committee that he ever visited Moran. Moran was handed a subpoena yesterday to appear as a witness NEW YORK, May 12. (AP)_ dl Wcber '» trial; James J. Moran, long-time friend of former Mayor William O'Dwyer, is appealing his five-year prison sentence for ]yin,- to" the U. S. Senate Crime Committee, The 49-year-old Moran, once the city water commissioner, was core- 1 victed Tuesday and sentenced yesterday. yesterday. Federal Judge · Charles A. Dewey punished him to the limit of the law. for .perjury ·-- fivej years in prison and a $2,000 fine. Moran remained in freedom on $25,000 bond pending the outcome of the appeal. He was convicted of perjury for telling the Senate committee on March 16 that" Brooklyn numbers racketeer Louis Weber visited him in his office no more than half a dozen times. The government said the two wet snore than 100 times in Moran's office. At the time o f . the visits, Moran Cuiiee Named Sinton CAP Head Caller-Times News Service SINTON -- J. H. Curlee was named commanding officer of the San Patrick) ; County unit of the Civil Air Patrol -at a meeting Thursday night, at the Community Clubhouse. - . . Curlee said Friday that 25 adults .had signed up for membership in the unit xyhen" organization is completed. completed. Requirements f o r . the squadron are 51 adult members. Col. E. O Rushing of Dallas. CAP Wing Commander, discussed -organization of the unit to approximately approximately 35 prospective-members attending attending Thursday's meeting Also present a,-t the meeting were Major F. L. Magee of Dallas and Capf. W. T Bradford, CAP officer of Corpus Christi '"his is it -- in ]-t*' 5 ^;ns hcrr at Ihr Baker I ha*-e lost 5 pounds t a k i n g these marvelous BATHS -and Gcorct is lik? he usfd to br, happy and relaxed You know \ have been worried about htm. but no more, a few days at the BAKER frequently will keep him Tip-Top U n t e - t h e Bsksr today that add Joe are coming. Rates ar^ reasonable, service cood anH vou will bo*h feel fronderful Yours

Clipped from The Corpus Christi Caller-Times13 May 1951, SunPage 10

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times (Corpus Christi, Texas)13 May 1951, SunPage 10
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