Stephen Jaskiewicz

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of the out that the right to investigate of another petitions result of a Assemblyman made at a the Ha Town residents to asking the she ob names her both political down of the Appeals, that As who sponsored or certainly is quali- quali- the to have a an assessment. of his unfa- unfa- matters. for one in clearlv in necessary of any political further the Meloni and to Meyers and NANCY Hutchinson. of Hull. the West at a meeting m. in He will Health How It chairman Soci Parolee Held After Facing Tipsy Count (Reprlntwl from Thundy'l Lite Edition! A Moorestown man, released last year after serving 17 years of a life term for murder, was being held for parole authorities today as the result of a drunken driving conviction in Haddon-ficld. Haddon-ficld. Haddon-ficld. Stephen Jaskiewicz, 44, of Hartford rd., was fined $200 and assessed $25 costs Wednesday night on the motor vehicle charge by Municipal Judge David II. Schantz, who ordered a two-year two-year two-year license revocation. Police Sgt. Frank Tucker said the fine and costs were paid, but Jaskiewicz was sent to county jail to await further action for alleged parole violation. Tucker said terms of the parole, which came in July, 1957, specified Jaskiewicz was not to drink in toxicants. Jaskiewicz was arrested Sept 22 on Kings Highway West near Chews Landing rd. by Ptl. Wil lard Schaub after a car Jaskie' wicz was driving struck a tree, Tucker said. A jury in 1940 convicted Jaskiewicz of the fatal shooting of Andrew Scarduzio, an Eighth Ward political worker, on Christ mas morning, 1939. The shooting followed a fight at a tavern on Black Horse pk., Bellmawr. HEADS AID SQUAD Mcdford, Oct. 3 Philip Vcr- Vcr- kins has been named squad cap tain oi me union tore ujmpany emergency squad for 1he cominc year. Other officers are Joseph Gaskill, first lieutenant: James Willits, second lieutenant, and Alfred Cornwell, secretary and director Red meeting Monday all-purpose will in the New today. ham Mrs. vice Harper, Wielder, secretary; and terman ways Gottlieb, Mrs. ster, Sophie Romm, Founders parent Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Shirley Adrian Mrs. Sidney Mav. Shuster, congress Lunsman, Wilson, Mrs. Sidney ment, and

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  1. Courier-Post,
  2. 03 Oct 1958, Fri,
  3. Page 26

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  • Stephen Jaskiewicz

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