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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FIMftl EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17670 Dally Wire Reports of United UP News Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY AUGUST 14 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS CUBAS NEW HEAD FORMS CABINET WARSHIPS ARRIVE President De Cespedes Has Strong Coalition Organization and Plans Persons at Least Slain Seems Improved Urge Shopsto Re open for Business Disorders Noted in Places Outside Mac had o Adherents De stroyers Sent by President Roosevelt Reach the Back of the Cespedes Government HAVANA Aug 1933 by United new cabinet a coalition of the strongest leaders of the factions that overthrew Gerardo Machado took the oath of office to day in the grand salon of the presi dential palace and Cubas new deal was officially inaugurated i With the new government solidly entrenched and the American war ships in the harbor as a gesture of support for the new regime confi dence returned to the capital work ers returnedto their tasks and the city turned from panic and appre hension to an atmosphere of joyful WASHINGTON Aug Ambassador Sumner Welles in Ha vana reported lo the State Depart ment today that the presence of two U S destroyers the Taylor and Clax ton of Havana had exercised a beneficial effect in the Cuban capita and that quiet prevailed this morn ing Normal conditions were established throughout a greater part of Havana upon the arrival of the United States destroyers Taylor and Claxton Solution of the problems of organiz ing the government came only after long conferences in which American Ambassador Sumner leading part Welles took a CUBAN CELEBRANTS IN BLOODY CARNIVAL ROOSEVELT TO PUSH OIL COAL STEELJNTO NRA President Aims to Key Industries Into Code Adoption Sonic lUisincsses Threaten Test in Courts Dangers Seen is Hint The wild hysterical spirit of the Cuban revolution is typified In this street scene in The city was a destructive bloody carnival Men and ing slncinp looting killing Natives in outlandish costumes little children arniK el with clubs citizens hearing crude banners nil in celebration of the downfall an d fliirhl of President Machado The new president formed his cabi net at 2 a in immediately after Joaquin Martinez Saenz leader of the powerful secret revolutionary or ganization ABC pledged collaboration with the government Saenz went to the American em bassy to make his promise to Am baEsador Sumner Welles Welles left at once for De Cespedes residence where the diminutive low voiced ex ecutive had worked since early yes terday morning on the staggering task of restoring order after the turmoil of the last few days The final list was prepared and made public with Saenz as finance minister The cabinet list follows Secretary of state ad interim Charles Saladrigas Laredo Bru Demetrio Castillo Pockorni Silvcrio A Fresno Public J Chibas Saladrigas Cardenas Santos Jiminez Public Belt Estanislao Cartana was named chief of the central district equiva lent to mayor of Havana and Miguel Angel Cisneros was named president of the city council Professor Saladrigas also is a mem ber of the ABC and his nomination was additional token to the organi zations support The new war secretary is a West Pointer graduate of the class of 1903 WASHINGTON Aug American warships steamed into Cuban waters today to protect Amer ican life and property It was re ported in one quarter that they were to bolster the new government o President Carlos Manuel De Ces pedes Two swift destroyers the Tayloi and the Claxton arrived off Havana within a few hours after President Roosevelt had ordered them to the Cuban capital A third the Stur tevant wns directed to proceed front Balboa Canal Zone to MnnzaniUo on the southern coast of Cuba The President ordered the three ships to Cuba after a long conference last night with Secretary of State Hull during which they considered the latest advices from Cuba The White House emphasized in a statement that the dispatch of naval vessels to pro tect Americans did not constitute in tervention The action by the administration was unexpected Although there was bloodshed in Havana Saturday dis patches indicated the worst had SAYS FARMER SWORE FALSELY Camden Man Convicted of Alleged F1 i m Flam Files Trespass Suit The old case of the alleged flim flam involving S1000 on a Chester township farm which has been aired in court several limes has taken a new legal turn A suit In trespass asking for damages has been filed by Joe Smith and his wife Mary Smith of 136 North Thirtieth street Camden N J against his accusers Smith was convicted of robbery last year and vas in the county prison from October 7 1932 until passed with the transfer of power to Junc 9 last He claillls thal his con Cespedes However the President JOHNSON IN HUFF OVERADVANCE PAY DAYTON O Aug General Hugh S Johnson ruler of business codes in the NRA ran afoul some rules in the hotel business last night that he didnt like Forced to spend the night here be cause of poor flying conditions John son went to a hotel Identification was asked A news By CARLOS fllANUKL DECKSPEDES CESPEDES SEEKS TO AID HIS PEOPLE New President of Cuba Believes This is Epoch Change apparently feared the sudden change in governments might lead to fur ther violence which would endanger Americans The administration was represented as eager to show that it stood solidly behind the Cespedes government The Taylor and the Claxton had been cruising off the southern tip of Florida less than 100 miles from Havana apparently standing by for a call to action The Sturtevant at Balboa was further away but officers said it should be able to reach Man zanillo within about 30 hours after weighing anchor Lieutenant Commander George T Howard commander of the Taylor arid senior officer of the expedition was instructed by the President to re port to Ambassador Sumner Welles Lieut Commander Kenneth Floyd Jones is commander of the Claxton President Roosevelts statement an nouncing dispatch of the warships said Latest advices are to the effect that domestic disturbances including acts of violence are occurring in some Continued on Page Fourteen paper reporter supplied that Then from the hotel clerk No baggage with you Pay in ad To hell this place the gen eral blared Provisional President of Cuba Copyright 193 by International News Service HAVANA Aug have At the next hotel Johnson was 1 received the congratulations of the j Cuban people with Intimate satis faction and 1 cannot express my gra titude because I understand the people have said more than I can They are the Withhis cabinet formed the new j MRS F H GRIFFIN president faced two urgent tasks First was to quiet the populace Saturday when General Gerardo Ma Continued on Tagc Fourteen TAILORS CLEANERS WORKING SCHEDULE New opening and closing hours were adopted Saturday evening by members of the Tailors and Clean ers Association of this vicinity who met in Goodmans Hall 616 West Third street to line up their organ ization with the NRA codes Under the plan adopted the weekday hours will be from 8 a m to 7 p m and INJURED IN FALL The condition of Mrs Priscilla Griffin wife of Frank H Griffin of Wawa who was injured Saturday horseback riding was reported this morning at Media Hos pital as not as serious ns was first feared Mrs Griffin is suffering from concussion of the brain and cuts and bruises With her thirteenyearold daugh ter Adele Mrs Griffin left the Four Horsemen Riding Club at Marple early in the afternoon for a cross country ride She was thrown from her mount on a road about two miles from Marple She vyas taken to Dela viction was dU2 to the false swear ing of Samuel Shank Chester town ship farmer who is made one of the defendants in the new civil suit Shanks testimony in court was to the effect that on September 13 last Smith had robbad him of and had also attacked him Smith staunchly denied his guilt and claimed lo have been the robbery victim In thestatement filed In the new suit Smith claims that a Harry Smith whose address is unknown in terested him in the possible purchase of a small business property Joe Smith says ho went with Harry lo Shanks home taking with him At the farm was also William Basisty of 913 Morton avenue this city it is claimed The latter and Shank at tacked him Smith says and Shank threatened him with a revolver After being badly injured Smith says his money was taken from him Smith asks for the return of the money and also compansation for his injuries and imprisonment The suit was filed by Attorney William C Alexander who also rep resented Smith in the criminal trial last October Another damage suit filed at Media is by Frank W Harris Jr and his wife Mrs Ruth Harris asking dam ages from John J Stetscr of this city It is claimed that Mrs Harris was injured on November 1 last wher the car of Alice Lee in which she was a passenger was in collision with the Stetscr automobile driven by Mrs Stetscr The accident took place at Swarthmorc avenue and Chester road Swarthmorc The suit was filed by Attorney William J Mac Carter Jr readily accepted on credit Even a toothbrush was supplied Johnson left this morning by air PATlENCEJEED FOR RECOVERY say to any person ideal I represent on Fridays and Saturdays from 8 j ware county Hospital where it was at first feared in addition to other in juries that she had sustained a frac tured skull but this fear was later found to be groundless Chief Says Peace is A Problem Among 5 Million Employes By EDWARD F McGRADY Depuly Administrator National Recovery Administration Written Expressly for International News Service WASHINGTON Aug industrial peace should come to the nation within a month With the National Recovery Ad ministration making great progress with industry and labor both re sponding to the new order there is good reason to believe that labor troubles will pass quickly Already great progress has been made in bringing peace through the Presidents Labor Board and the Na tional Recover Administration Labor is going along Whan one remembers what labor has suffered I have taken possession of this high and responsible ofllce at a dif ficult time and I shall do my best to aid my people I believe this to have been an epochmaking change The people of Cuba have always been grateful for the cooperation rendered by the American people in obtaining Cuban independence We have now to be still more grateful for the added demonstration of friendship shown us in this trying lime by the American people and the American government and their sin cere respect for Cubas independent sovereignty I am confident that economic ar rangements being discussed between the two countries will reach a satis factory and successful solution which will bring about Cubas economic prosperity and grenlly benefit the Interests of the United States I had the opportunity of knowing the American people during my long service as minister of my country in Washington where I learned to ap preciate their sincerity of friendship and the real feeling of the American WASHINGTON Aug President Roosevelt took a guiding land in his National Recovery Ad innistmtlons drive to bring three key industries oil coal and steel under codes rcfjulntins competition wages niul workins hours Codes for those giants have been delayed by protracted controversies Pending a linal soluUon the oil hi cmslry tins been authorized to opor utc under a modillrd form of the PreskkiHhil reemployment asire incnl The others still arc ouuiclc the fold The giant pinions of NHAS Blue Eagle were hold today by officials to be hovering over a quarter of the Nations 10000000 workers As Mr Roosevelt took personal command on his return from Hyde Park N Y one of his first acts wns to go overthe oil conl and stool dis putes with Kenneth M Simpson Deputy NRA administrator who pre sided nt hearings which failed to bring agreement on proposed codes lor the three groups With Simp sons report nt hand the President expected to meet with Chief Admin istrator Hugh S Johnson today The issue of pricefixing Is the crux of the oil controversy producers insisted that the Govern ment prescribe prices thn I would as sure them return sufficient to meet increased wages and shorter working hours Johnson opposed this feel ing Hint federal regulation ot pro duction would stabilize prices NRA economists nml interior department experts hope to have a solution by Thursday when 247 lenders of the industry meet with Johnson The coal and slcel conlroveries havi cut a still sharper line between policies of the Roosevelt administra tion niul those of powerful industrial ists Including Mellon Moigan and Rockefeller Interests Important sec tions of the coal industry virtually hftve defied the administration to try to force them to end their traditional nonunion labor policy Johnson de clares their code must permit workers to organize in accordance with the provisions of the Recovery Act And he is believed to hnve the full support of Mr Roosevelt who has power lo Makes Holeinone On Purpose NEW YORK Aug Jack Hagcn professional at the Salisbury Country Club hit a holelnone under official observa tion today a feat estimated at Rbnut 20000 to one against the player The veteran professional wns the first contostiint in ihc holein ane tournament sponsored by the New York WorldTelcfram Only Ihaso who already have made a holeInone are eligible to com pete llagcn using a No 7 dropped tils first shot 11 leet from the pin on the 148yard hole nt the Stills bury Club where the contest is in progress His second trickled to the fringe of the green The third landed on the wet grass rolled to tlic rim of the then clinked in Hugcn almost fntntcd i did II he remarked weakly for dear old Salisbury WHIPPINGPOST FAVORED FOR ALL US RACKETEERS Governments War Begins to Take Form at Sleeting1 of Senate Group Cost of Crime Seen Ad vancing Scotland Yard Plan Suggested NRA SUCCESS IS UP TO WOMEN JOHNSON AVERS Recovery Leader Broad casts Stirring Plea To Housewives of U S NEW YORK Aug governments war against racketeers began to take form today at the first hearing of the Senate racket commit tee which received suggestions for control of firearms formation of an j American Scotland Yard and a law j reviving the whipping post for young criminals Joseph B KeeiKvn of Chicago spc ciul assistant to the attorney general in charge of racketeering prosecution gave the hearing details of a plan for a central sort of Ameri can Scotland combat crime All brunches of our government Kcennn sidd should exercise their power to the extent that those vho are willing to work for their living inny do so without the necessity of gratuitously supporting that group of people who demand a share of the Wants Them To Be Guided Ky The Blue Eagle Buy Now Mis Urge ST IOU1S Aug women profits and who decline to pay any Copelands part in creating them Keenan spoke after opening remarks The New York Senators opening remarks were addressed to several hundred police officials attorneys prosecutors and spectators in the high ceilingcd plush carpeted assembly hall of the New YorkBar Association Since the World War we have im ported into the U S more than of the nation today were charged with million pistols he said Almost prescribe a code for the Industry While Johnson concentrated on the big industries he relied upon con suiners and local campaign coiri Conlinurd on PBRC Fourteen THEATER OWNER ISSUES STATEMENT the duly of carrying to a successful conclusion the brunt of President Roosevelts war against the de1 irpsslon Speaking here over a nation wide riullo chain Hugh S Johnson Recovery Administrator yes terday afternoon said it is up lo the women who do 80 per cent of the buying to put the Bine Eagle of re covery on everything in Undo and commerce lie added Men have died by the thousands to defend a muslin banner because It stood for a sovereign pride but here is a chance to live by millions by ad herence lo a symbol that stands solely for the solidarity of a people When every American housewife undcrstnnds that the Blue Eagle on everything lhat she permits to come into her home is a symbol of Its re sloratlon to security may God have mercy on the man or group ot men who attempt o trine with this bird It is zero hour for housewives Their baltln cry is buy now under the Blue Eagle and the bird is blazoned on the banners in ihelr van half that number of domestic manu facture nre sold annually Eighty even submachine guns made in New York have been found in private mints in Chicago There Is no war or sporting use for a submachlno Continued on Pace Fourteen NINTH STREET UNDERWAY people toward Cuba VOLUNTARY HANKKUPTCV J Clement Jackson of Manoa filed curing the past three yedrs the attij a schedule in voluntary bankruptcy tude of the workers must bo praised proceedings in the District Court of Most of the present labor difficulties the United States In Philadelphia Saturday listing liabilities of Continued on Fajc Fourteen I and no assets MAYOR PERFORMS MARRIAGE CEREMONY U S Is Pushing Public Works to Furnish Jobs M H Spielman proprietor of the Splclmont Theatre in Marcus Hook which was picketed last week by members of the theatrical branch of the American Federation of Labor today issued a statement Riving his side of the controversy Hu declared the picketing was directed against his cmlpoymcnt of a nonunion op erator and said that when he first heard of the trouble he urrcd that the operator join the union and be retained in his position This he de clared was refused by the labor rep resentatives who wanted to place a man of their own choice in the position Mr Spielman slated that because the operator was a Marcus Hook resident he did not think this action was Justified He staled that no question of a compromise on wages had been suggested to him He urged ills listeners to buy and now He said This thing wont last three months unless all men who now have em ployment and all who are now to be put back on the payroll or to have lhclr part time work Increased turn around ant pour the entire benefit bnck Into Die channels of trade Our men had thn leading part In the revolution which made the na in the Civil War which united it and in the World War which glorified It But this time It is the women who must carry the whole weight of President Roosc veltr war nuninst haps the most dangerous war of all It is the women In not soldiers In uniform who will this time nave our country from misery and discord and unhappiness They will go over the top to as great a victory as the Argonnc ever was PENNA AMENDMENT Pennsylvania State Highway sur vey groups made a preliminary sur vey of Ninth street within the Ches ter city limits during the past week so that all will be in readiness for a program of paving made possiblo should approval be given at Wash ington of the plan to appropriate funds to the states to be used for building projectsin order to further the plans of the administration lor putting unemployed men to work A complete program of what would be done in thiscity should the ap propriations bo made has not been made public bythedistrict highway offices It has bcsn learned from un official sources that work proposed to be done on the local street would In clude paving with concrete to elimi nate the continual minor repair pro gram made necessary through tha present type of paving materials used INCIPIENT BLAZE IN SECOND WARD HOME WALKOUT AT END MENltETURNTOWORK HARRISBURO Pa Allf H proposed constitutional i committees of striking burners of j amendment concerning the borrow j the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock i power of counties to be voted a m to 9 p m The guest speaker at the meeting was Assistant District Attorney Guy de Furia who gave an interesting explanatory address relative to the workings of the A number of guests from other parts of the county were present and the trade from Upper Darby was well repreGriffin is a widely SC1tCv r i u the Viscose Company at Marcus A brief memorial service was held pj00i in memory of the late president of j the organization of tailors and clean ers of Eastern Pennsylvania William Di Virgilio Following the meeting a FROM NRA TO special committee of 10 members ad ivvyin nivv journed to Philadelphia to pay their respects to the family of the late of ficial William J McGarvey of Havcrford an attache of the auditor generals i office Harrisburg and his bride are spending their honeymoon on a motor trip through the New England States The newlyweds Mr McGarvey and the former Miss Marcia Moeller of Satu day evening Mrs Griffin was Drcel marriccj last Wcd removed to Media Hospital where rd wiV HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES tODAY United Press Editors Note Secretary of In teror Ickcs in tha following ilis palch written expressly for the United Press Iclls how the S3 300000000 public works fund is being translated into actual jobs for the unemployed with he ut most speed As director of this phase of the national campaign Ickes has charge of the Jarffcst construction program ever undertaken by any nation By HAROLD I ICKES j works fund has been allotted to specific projects Actual construction wort has already started Preserving all reasonable safe guards for the publics money delays Company and officials of the corn to in November affects every county according to Richard J Beamish secretary of the common aitcrnoon after a conference held in winumiy ui uiu cuiunion thc office of the company president I wealth who Issued a statement dc I ji IM ifvmrn rf John G Pew signed to clarify the purpose of the will of the administration Concessions wcre made by both I amendment and the full force of workers As advcrtlsed the amendment ap prcscnt this morning with the L npp y only to thc clty of thc plant dent for a period up to two years through the public works fund was exercised in six weeks and the FedI eral Emergency Administration of under discord did not extend last week was marked by Ihe ab sence of any violence and any at to takr steps to interfere with 10 groups who left Ihclr Shortly after 11 p m yesterday the crew and apparatus of the Good Will Fire Company Mo 2 were called out to cxtingutsh an incipient blaza in a residence nt 1010 Walnut street occupied by a Negro family The nre which was quickly ex tinguished was caused by the up setting of n kerosene stove by a group of Negroes who were holding a Sun day evening party in the kitchen ot the dwelling The firemen were sum moned by a small boy who when parsing the rear of the house wit nessed the incident ran to the fire hotisc a short distance away and turned In an alarm Little damage was caused by the flames Topics of Times Met Nick Smith in Ocean City fish ing Nick says there are more fish In Delavare county than there are on the South Jersey coast We agree with Nick There ara Beamish s la ted1 enough suckers in this locality to bita whereas its application extends on anything throughout the state The proposed amendment would chaiiKe the bnsls of borrowing power In all counties In Pennsylvania other than Philadelphia from seven Secretary of th Interior nml Public i happiness Works Administrator The wedding was witnessed by Mrs i from relief rolls to nay rolls Malcolm C Buchanan of Norwood a WASHINGTON Aug With satisfaction the public works sister of the bride who acted as ma right 1933 by United administration is receiving reports I j Iron of honor Mrs Charles Francis j Federal Public Works program is of mnn being called back to work un of Houston Texas another sister of moving off paper into jobs in every der the program from all over the j Tlv treasury net 1 the bride Mrs M M Torelli of South state in thc Union But the full force of the ill was 720 Ardmore Daniel J Murphy of High i Local girls are opposed to the new small hats When they buy a hat they want their friends to see cm WASHINGTON Aug Ardmore Daniel J Murphy of HighI In the short space since Junc 16 public Prof William F Ogburn noted socio and Park who served as best man j when the National Industrial Re U R TREASURY IIALANCK WASHINGTON Aug balance for August 9351 Miscellaneous AT CONEY ISLAND Bright Moon Nannie Ma Lily ass TayJane Final Louise My Margaret Feather Skipaway and Run Susan Stop Gap Lincoln Gen Campbell Ojibwar Gate Boy John Penthouse Peacock Blue Weather clear track fast logist and economist resigned today from the NRA Consumers Advisory Board with a categorical dcnuncia tfon of methods which have been adopted thus far in the consumers interests Ogburns resignation was the climax of a bitter quarrel within the organization revealed exclusively Saturday by thc United Press In resigning Ogburn rejected peace offers by Administrator Hugh S i Johnson and Secretary of Commerce i Roper who sought to smooth the I matter over by having AT HAWTHORNE Lapidary Sandy My Movie Hopulikit Clatk Charllon Regiment Cains Weather clear track FAIR AND SLIGHTLY COOLER WEATHER Fair and slightly cooler is the forecast for today in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be fair tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 90 decrees at 4 p m and th Sowest was 74 at 6 a m with an average seven degrees above norma of 75 The highest temperature ever recorded here on August 13 was 99 in 1881 and the lowest was 56 in 1902 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will at 8 p m East Day light Saving Time and Mrs William Ward Jr wife of he mayor covery Act was approved over S 1000 000000 of the S3300000000 public 6 public works effort will not be felt j internal revenue receipts that day i Immediately It Is working now but it wcre Customs receipt Continued on rage Fourteen I were receipts for the month through August 11 Norman Thomns statement that through no one Everybody knows that for three amendment also changes the of j years weve been going around ill brri iu throughout the entire shipyard force crnl of thc total wcwcd value to This country has just passed ni those men classlfJcd to 5 prr assessed Vnluo a revolution should surprise K as burners real estate alone Beamish said The Everybody knows that fo borrowing power for Philadelphia from 10 per cent of thc total as sessed value of nil taxable property to 15 per cent of the assessed value of real estate alone In oflcct the amendment changes the basis of borrowing power It does not raise the borrowing limits It ap plies to all counties and not as is the NEIGHBORING REPUBLIC ONCE MORE TORN BY POLITICAL TURMOIL Here ii a map of Cuba ajain the scene of bitter political strife showing principal cities railroads th 710mile palmbordered highway ex tendingthe length of the island Cuba is separated from the Florida Straits 110 miles wide Including Isle of Tines and other islands U M 44164 IU population in 1931 WM 3544321 Kcneral alone opinion to Philadelphia These proposed constitutional circlcs With many saving1 banks offering only 3 per cent lots of men are put ting their money in beer these days in order to get 32 per cent Strangely enough that Nebraska congressman who Is charged with mlsbranding pas is not accused of putting a inLsicading caption on one of his campaign speeches but of violating thn slate gasoline law Paris dispatch reveals Marlcns i Dietrich has now substituted red I trousers for black ones Just like a imendincnlR arc bring published three limes in two newspapers in each county of thc stale Two weekly newspapers in Djla rror Pinchots ofllcc give Ihcs3 proposed amcndmonts wide publicity Rcccnt ciUmUsnl of 1800 federal Knowing that many Delaware prohibition ascnts throughout tha crmntians will be ignorant of Camc so qllietlv that tho facts they are mpposcd lo vote j cvcnt passed almost upon at the November election I by the owing to the limited circulation of the i selected weeklies the Times is inj forming its readers of one of thc j proposed amendments as to Its meaning and intent as explained by Richard J Beamish the commonwealth secretary of The Weather CONTRACT AWARDED Fred P Meagher of Drcxcl Hill has been awarded thc contract for thc erection of the American Legion Home for the American Legion Post j of Upper Darby Contracts for the erection of three private residences at Wallingford Hills have also been awarded to Meagher by Dr Michael S Kovalcnko Kenneth R Mont gomery and an undisclosed purchaser WASHINGTON Aup Thc weather forecast Eastern Penn sylvania Partly cloudy continued cool tonijrhl Tuesday fair not so cool NVestern Pennsylvania Fair to not much change TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m68 11 a m 7 a m63 Noon 72 8 a m 70 I p m 73 9 a m72 2 p m 71 10 a m 72 k f   

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