Grand jury to get Udell case: change of venue game stops when states attorney takes things in hand
Publication
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Oct 1923, p. 1, 7
Description
Media Type
Newspaper
Item Type
Articles
Notes
Udell case expected to be brought before the Cook County Grand Jury; Udell arrested July 7, 1923 on warrant charging that he "did publish and circulate printed matter relative to the candicacy of Edward Zipf" during Wilmette Village election in April; pamphlet entitled "The Ventilator" contained anonymous attack on character of Zipf, then candidate for Wilmette Village president; Udell secured warrants before Justice Falk of Gross Point for arrest of four Wilmette citizens, Louis Starkel, F. B. Crossley, James Crossley, and Mrs. [C.] Percy Skillen, charging them with violation of Illinois Election laws; attorney in case is Malcolm B. McKerchar; lengthy article

Date of Publication
12 Oct 1923
Subject(s)
Corporate Name(s)
Gross Point, Illinois ; Wilmette, Illinois
Local identifier
Wilmette.News.74624
Language of Item
English
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Grand jury to get Udell case: change of venue game stops when states attorney takes things in hand