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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IONTKS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All and Best News of the Day 57TH 17671 Daily Ltascd Reports of United Press UP and International News Service HNS CHESTER PA TUESDAY AUGUST 15 1933 PRICE TWO CENTS US BEGINS TO DEAL WITH NEW CUBAN REGIME Diplomatic Corps Told Envoy Has Started Of ficial Relations NEW PRESIDENT OF CUBAN REPUBLIC AND HIS WIFE Paves Way For Early Recognition Destroyer Sails Havana Quiet HAVANA Aug can Ambassador Sumner Welles who informed the diplomatic corps I hat he had instructions to establish of ficial relations with the De Cespedes government has payed the way for early world recognition of the revo lutionbom regime it was learned on reliable authority today The American destroyer Claxlon one of two sent to aid the new gov ernment steamed away after less than 24 hours in Havana harbor In its place the Cuban cruser Cuba docked at the entrance to the bay The American destroyer Taylor still was in the harbor The Claxton was bound for the American naval base at Guantanamo Cuba where it will be Instantly avail able should events renew the need for its presence here The Cuba built by Cramp at Philadelphia in 1911 is an efficient ship of 2065 tons capable of 18 knots with its 6000 horsepower engines Its armament is 2 four inch guns 6 three inch guns four sixpounders fpvtr ihreepounders and two machine guns The diplomatic corps met secretly last night at the Spanish embassy to effect an interchange of impres sions It was learned from a reliable source that toldthe diplomats he was ordered to establsh official relations with the government of President Carlos Manuel De Cespedes He told them it was understood that the new government had order well established He was understood to have said Continued on rage Seven 100 SHOEMAKERS TO RECEIVE JOBS Here is the first picture o be made of Carlos Manuel d Ccspedes Cubas new provisional president and his wife after he had been chosen to fill the office left vacant by Geranlo iMachailo SIGNAL HONOR FOR SCHOOL HEAD Dr David A Ward Named Member of N a t i o n a I Council of Education Members of the Shoemakers Asso ciation of Delaware County met in Lithuanian Hall Fourth and Upland streets last night and discussed mat ters pertaining to the NRA An or ganization was formed by the 75 shop owners present and plans were drawn up for uniform control of the situa tion throughout this section as far as prices and hours are concerned Two wellknown speakers on NRA work addressed the gathering and at tempted to clarify the codes One was William F Delehanty manager of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and the other was As sistant District Attorney Guy de Furia Both presented to the shoemakers the general idea of the NRA codes They spoke of the present conditions andhow It became vital for the na tional government to take a hand in the business of the to at tempt to guide it from uncharted wa ters into the safety of regulation Mr Delehanty and Mr De Puna laid stress upon the magic word co operation and the need for fairness among competitors in order that all may be permitted to make a decent living and in order that more men may be put to work The shoemakers were very willing to aid In the general recovery plan and promised to do all in their power to cooperate All agreed to live up to the new price scale and the work ing hours program According to those attending the meeting approx imately 100 men will be given Jobs HUBBY OBJECTED TO HER SMOKING field of modern education has been given to Dr David A Ward super intendent of the local school district by the announcement that he has been chosen a member of the Na tional Council of Education to serve in that body for the next six years He will be a member of a group JAMES M INNES OUT FOR CITY COUNCIL James M Inncs of 1100 Potter street widely known lodgemah and Republican worker today filed his papers at Media for the Republican nomination for one of the two City Commissioner positions to be filled this fall Mr Inncs is a former president of Young Mens Republican Club Recognition of his service in the find has been identified with the Re publican party since his first vote He is a prominent member of the Masonic order a past president of the Robert Burns Club past Chan cellor Commander of the Knights of Pythias a past president of the sonic Keystone Club a present trus tee of Chester Lodge of Elks a mem ber of Lulu Temple a past treasurer NOISES BANNED IN RIDLEY TWP Commissioners Approve Zoning Ordinance Regu lating Businesses chosen at large throughout the of Psnn Forest Tall Cedars of country because of high position and Lebanon and he succeeded John T ROSE iis registration clerk at the Chester City Hall In 1032 He expects to conduct aii active campaign and has enlisted the aid of a group of hardworking Republicans to assist him Mrs Mary Farrell 22 of 126 North Lynn boulevard Upper Darby has been granted a divorce by Judge Al bert Dutton MacDade from Edward J1 Farrell 25 of 213 North Maple avenue Lansdownc on the grounds of cruei and barbarous treatment Shortly after their marriage in Bal timore Md on March 11 1929 Mrs Farrel testified her husband struck her for smoking cigarettes although Commissioners of Ridley Townshl last evening finally approved a zon ing ordinance for the township ii an adjourned session held in the meeting hall of the Folsom Fin Company Sections of thc township wcr designated as zones to include ai area of 200 yards from thc ccnte of certain roads and It was provide that within these areas there shoul be no conduct of noisome or often sive business trie types of buslnessc specifically mentioned being automo bile repair shops abbatolrs an slaughter houses bqneboiling estab Hshmcnts glue manufactures fertl lizer plants or businesses for th siorage of more than five automo biles or wrecks or refuse and part of vehicles anywhere in the areas se out Roads and avenues included in th zoned sections are Parker avenue Chester Pike Kcdron avenue Mor ton avenue Amosland road Swarth morc avenue South avenue Fairvfcw road Milmont avenue Academy ave nue Bullens Lane Jefferson avenue Haverford road Michigan avenue Folsom avenue and Franklin avc Next Tuesday will be a Red j Revision for punishment of zon Letter Day of the vacation period ing ordinance violators was made as TI XT t vTrrrri so far as Chester children arc I follows A fine of S50 and costs of i IjAIM 1U concerned as thrt many youngsters I Prosecution and if the offender has 1 will be guests of thc city of Chester in failed to remove thc objectionable liester Park on that day establishment following his convlc Thc committee consisting of promi tioa a magistrate upon notice accomplishment in educational work Dr Ward received the announce ment only recently However the ap pointment was niade last month at a special session of the organization held in Chicago 111 and attended by educational officials from all parts of the country The honor is unusually significant in that the entire membership of the group numbers less than 260 educa tors and is limited to persons en gaged in educational endeavors in the United States alone The mem bership is devised into four classes PLAN OUTING FOR 5000 CHILDREN the first includes 102 members taken Parade to Precede at large in view of their work in cd ucation the group with which Dr Ward will be affiliated iii the second class there arc chosen 48 members Continued on Page Seven COUNTY FARMERS in Chester Park Next Tuesday ABOR UNIONS HIT AT RACKET PROBE Made That They Interfere Wilh Citizens Right to Work NEW hiUBC nbof USSTRIKES BLOW AT RACKETEERING Agents Get Urschel Kid naper And Others in Slaying DALLAS Tex Aug persons headed by the notorious in YORK Aug A that socalled International unions are Interfering wllli American citizens and their right to Karvcy J bailey were hold today voik was mnde by a labor man to lay Ht the United Slates Semite Jacket Committee hearing There Is no question that they arc nd 1 prepared lo prove it dc liufd George B McOovern who had been introduced by Senator Royal S topeland chairman us a mini with knowledge of labor racketeering The forum had opened with tesli nony of Augustine J Smith head of he New York County Grand Jurors Association Mo advocated Grand the Federal Governments investiga tion of two major crimes of the year machine of five men at the Kansas City Union Station and he kldiiiipinK of Charles Urschel Oklahoma City oil mim Department moved swifty Denver and St Paul to strike a major blow ut racket eernR Bailey was trapped as he slept on a cot before dawn Saturday ut a of Justice agents about Paradise Tex Jury investigations Independent of farm near Paradise where officers MACHADO IN EXILE Grand Jury action by the District At orney Joseph D Kecnan special assistant United Slates Attorney General sal H the speakers table beside Senator Copclnnd second witness was McGovtrn vlio attacked the American Federa tion of Labors leaders as mislead ers They dont keep alive tJic tradi tions of Samuel Gompers who lies in Sleepy Hollow They want to build a KtAtuc to him in Washington but theyve forgotten hts Ideals Thats why racketeering In labor unions has advanced ns far as It hns said Mc Govern It wasnt so long ago that In sonic said Urschel was held by his ab ductors Bailey fortyyearold bank rob cr ami fugitive from the Kansas enltciillary sought us the loader of he men who killed Irank Nash onvlct and four officers on the Kan as City Plaza June 17 was one of six crsons arrested at the farm Federal operatives said they found n his person marked money which vivs paid for the ransom of Urschel They added much of the ransom loney had been recovered Albert L Bates thirtynine cx arrested In Denver was dcnUucd by Department of Jus Ice agents as George Bates a sus pect In the Urscicl kidnaping Hales Cnnl imictl nil Iiije Seven FURNlfuitK DEALRKS FORM ORGANIZATION A new organization to be known ns The Retail Home Furniture Deal ers Association of Delaware County was formed yesterday when mer chants engaged In this line of busi ness met and decided to affiliate themselves with ihc Delaware County Chamber of Commerce The meeting was primarily called for the purpose of establishing a code of ethics pertainingto the business It was unanimously agreed that the organization be perfected for the mu tual benefit of the customers and the household furniture dealers An election of officers resulted In the following being chosen Abe Tol lln president Samuel Felnbcrg vice president C L Morris of Marcus Hook treasurer William P Dcle hanty secretary The following were named to the board of directors Henry Wolson M J Freed Harvey Pcrlcy P Filon C W Hildebrandt Charles Miller and N Davidowitz President Tollln was authorized to appoint a committee to consider plans for the establishment of a credit bu reau This committee Is composcc of Samuel Felnbcrg H Wolson and C L Morris Abe Tollin and C L Morris were named delegates to attend a meeting of a similar organization In Phila delphia A membership committee appointed consists of A W Wolson P Filon H Perlcy M J Freed and Charles Miller The newly organized group will hole another meeting at the Chester Club next Monday nf fhie I Chester Park on that day h last night to form their own organiI gation to combat the price sj advocated by the Interstate Milk rlu ducers Association More than 100 dairymen met at ConcordvUle arid resolved to demand ncnt men and civic leaders from the township secretary he is of this cil lnct m citr Council again to be subjected to a further fine upon subsequent conviction or on tnis morning under the of Pllblic the original convictionIn a william the chair amount of S50 for each day in which price baed on a percentage of the i Powel in his enthusiastic planning for i i mi f i Anf nf tlir riirrfncr rla TTC f nr vnn Thc Boup joined with Mr the business is continued after con retail price They fixed that at be tween 50 and 60 per cent A mass meeting of farmers of the county was arranged for Thursday August the meeting to be held in Grance Hall Concordvilc one of the biggest days for children the city has ever enjoyed All prom ised wholehearted cooperation in louu tuu iltioil in anything attempted and most mem Commissioner and of bcrs of the group were assigned to Donnon acting secretary viction for thc oflensc The zoning regulations bear thc signature of Charles B Gallagher president of the Board of Township Henry P WORKMANS MISHAP Edwin Humphries 22 of 125 East i needed the various committees to carry out L AT the plans Some were not placed on ULhilSOLlJrjW MAN a committee but promised to be use ful In whatever line they may be he did not object to her smoking Roland road Parksirie was admitted I The Idea of the picnic is to pravidc before they were married Her bus to the Chester Hospital about 11 a davs recreation for thn nrvnr rVnl TRUCKS OVERLOADED DRIVERS ARE FINED Arrested by members of the Stati Highway Patrol for overloading truck they were driving two Philadelphia were fined S50 and costs each b1 Magistrate Michael A Honan in hi Second ward office last night The defendants gave the names Joseph Bnrtash 2619 South Dariei street whose load was 23000 pound overweight and Tennyson Cain 4002 Paschall avenue whose truck police say was overweighted about 28000 pounds Members of the Clifton Heights dc iniui fubii Gcrurdor posed president was a smiling exile j s man without a roiinlrvwfifit ns JAS L RANKIN MAY QUIT LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD Gives Hint of Intentions at of Directors Held Last Night Objection to a Separate High School for Negro Pupils is Presented A strong hint at retirement from his duties as school director waa made inst evening before the mem bers of the school board meeting in the Larkln building by James L Ranklti The announcement by Mr Rankin who has been chairman of the teach ers committee and among those hold ing for a rigid economy in all matters of school district administration Ciime as a fit Ing climax to one of the most interesting find lengthy sessions held by tlie directors ia several months Mr Rankin In referring to a matter of correspondence he had promised to take up with a group of Negro citi zens who visited the meeting asked that he might delegate the task of ciUOing on the correspondence as be pro CS n Chrlstmn Dnv lnil from n lllrr hr llani al scapcci uu noiu a NIESIU afler for hil nfe from Michigan prison Four men were held In St Paul n orders of Werner Hanni chief f lhc United States Bureau of In cstlKatlon who said they would be linrgcd with conspiracy In the Ur chcl abduction SUSPECT OP THEFT GYPSIES ARE HELD llavuna Three gypsies arc under arrest one icing In the Chester Hospital follow ng a vain attempt at selfdestruction the trto being apprehended on sus ilclon of being members of a group that fleeced a Norfolk Va woman out of S7000 on August 2 The suspect in the hospital Is Dor othy Mark 23 a bride of a few days who police say swallowed poison after one of Ihe men of her clan was ar rested In this city He Is slated as Joseph George 32 He was picked up by detectives after he walked Into a local bank and had a bill changed His wife Elizabeth George 28 is also occupying a cell at police headquarters both having been or dered detained pending Ihe arrival of the woman who lost her life sav ings and Norfolks detectives who will comn here today to view the suspects Police here learned that the victims of Ihc nomads asked one of them to tell her fortune They learned that she hod considerable cash In ii sav ings bank and asked her to draw out her money so that they might bless it She handed her money In tin envelope to the gypsies and when It was returned lo her she discovered she had an envelope filled with news paper clippings Detectives who questioned the man say he told several conflicting stories concerning how he obtained the bill and other cash The defendants were represented at a preliminary hearing in police court today by At torney John Jstctser JOHNSON MEETS STEEL MAGNATES ONCODETODAY Administrator Seeks to Iron Out Major Disputes on NRA Relations Hinges on Extension of Trade Unions Is Allied With Coal Issues G ETS THE JUDGES CHARGE COURTHOUSE SALEiVf Mass Aug Jury which Is to decide the fate of Mrs Jessie Burnett Costcllo alleged husbandslayer was advised by Superior Judge Frederick WASHINGTON Aug In on effort to settle differences over n code pf fair competition for the steel Industry representatives of the NRA Secretary of Labor Perkins and heads of five of the largest steel com panies went Into a secret conference today Hugh S Johnson recovery admin istrator niul K M Simpsondeputy In charge of the steel code presented the views of the NRA on the code submitted by the steel Industry At the public hearing on the code two weeks ago Miss Perkins severely criticized It She held the 40hour week proposed for the Industry was unsatisfactory She also urged higher wages Thc steel men here Included Wil liam A Trvln U S Steel Eugene G Cracc Bethlehem L K Block In land Steel Thomas Olrrilcr Republic Steel and Hugh Morrow SlossShcf flnkl Steel Companies The foremost Issue was whether steel and allied Industrie1 backed by sonic of the countrys mast powerful finan cial inlcrcfilA would permit their employes to Join unions other than those sponsored by employers Dur ing hearings on I Us proposed code the steel Industry withdrew a specific provision for maintenance of com pany unions but at the same time he would lit thc present time make no statement of reason to any of the members or others but that when he had reached his final decision he would make a complete public state ment for Ills wish to retire from ac tivity prior to the completion of his term which would normally expire on thc firs I meeting of the directors fol lowing the coming elections In the fall On a number of occasions Mr Ran kin has plainly dropped a hint that he would not IK a candidate for re election but to those outside the board nothing was known of any plan for him to retire before the close of Ills term In reply to his suggestion at retire ment Charles P Larkln Jr president of thc board said of Mr Rankin I for one am sorry to see Mr Rankin cave the board and I have high esteem for the support he has given ne as president of the Board and elfove also that many of the citi zens of Chester owe much esteem o the earnest and faithful man icr In which Mr Rankin has conducted his task as a member of the school board Expressing a similar feeling Frank Dohcrty who has often stood with Mr Rankin In many of his projects said I believe hat we should not allow Mr Rankin Lo resign until the completion of his term In November 1 Mr Rankin made no further state ment In compliance with a need to slightly enlarge the teaching force of the school district which was lessened several months ago by the board In ail effort to economize by the nonrenewal of the contracts of thirtyfive teachers seven changes were made at the suggestionof the teachers committee some of the reso lutions involved change In status of VV Fosrtlck today that It could reI served notice It Intended to resist turn any one of three efforts of organized labor to extend degree murder second degree murder trade unions in that field or not guilty This came as a surprise since it tail arc closely watching all trucks in I bccn assumed that the verdict this section and during the post few days many drivers have been com pelled to unload their trucks when found carrying cargoes In excess of the legal limit Yesterdays arrests were made by Corporal McAfee and Patrolman Elicker SEEKING DIVORCE Eugene P Giles 48 of 407 Cook ave a aays recreation for the poor chil they were In their home in phia ROOSEVELT CLUB TO MEET TONIGHT ailing object while working at the j movementsto Sun shipyard He was given treat Members of the Roosevelt Club have arranged another meeting for tonight to be held at the office of James R Kent 130 West Fifth street when plans will be discussed for the primary election The Roosevelt club willhavc a city ticket in the field and the candidates are to be among the speakers at tonights meeting mcnt and admitted for observation Continued on Page Seven Young Media Scientist Tells About Cosmic Ray children of j Uon They were married In March j 1914 and according to the libel Mrs Giles deserted her husband on April 1 1916 John E Dllfcs 28 of 215 Highland avenue this city is seeking a divorce from Mrs Ruby J Dilks of Galtz RESTAURANT OWNERS CONSIDBRNRA CODE If not acquittal would have to be first dcgrci murder carrying a mandatory penalty of death m the electric chair Should the verdict be second degree murder Mrs Costcllo would face a mandatory sentence of life Imprison ment Thc about the noon hour rase was given to the jury HOLY DAV OIJSKRVANCK Restaurateurs club stewards Today is a hnly day of obligation for members of he Catholic rcli Md on the grounds of cruei and bar hour others in similar lines of business Kionmasses being celebrated in all met last night at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street to discuss the NRA code as It effects them It was ex plained that the proposed code for this district will innkc it mandatory for proprietors ta only employ fe male help for a maximum week of 58 hours and male help 54 hours with the minimum wage of 20 cents an In addition to the problem created by this defiance Johnson was under stood to be not entirely satisfied with the schedules of hours and wages proposed In the steel code The admlnistors conference today promised to have an Important bear Ing on the bituminous coal code dead lock There Is a close alliance be tween the rccl Industry and maior nonunion coal companies which rc nntimicd on Iagc Seven TOOK POISON TAllMCTS barous treatment and indignities the pcrsoji They were married to After considerable discussion about In I various phases of the code nothing HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT United Press John Fergus Jr a successful young What will be the eventual value ofi 1931 WhC thC Media man who has made a name j the findings In this fieid was not dis for himself in the world of science explained last evening to a group of j Elkton Md on January 16 1D25 and definite was decided upon it being tha alleged mistreatment started agreed to hold another meeting next shortly afterwards continuing until Thursday night at the Chester Club cussed Mr Fergus graduated from Media in 96and U en or AT HAWTHORNE Gal Pilgram Weather clear track fast AT CONEY ISLAND or members of he De aware County In ycars at Swarthmore finishing there i stltV JV1 f ln meetne hc d with a bachelors degree in elcctrica at Media the intricacies and secrets I engineering He went to work for Ipf cosmic ray Along with his lee he General Electric Company but I ture which he cianfied from time to some time later returned to Swarth i time with sketches on the blackboard mOre for another vear of study He h1 his apparatus by has for the last year been connected which the audiencs could clearly Wiih Dartmouth University in the hear the 110153 of the cosmic ray capacity of professor and research Mrs Roberta S Fow of 230 East State street Media has started divorce proceedings against Frank lin R Fow of Erwinna Pa on the grounds of cruel and barbarous treat The couplo was In m ment July separated on August 1 1Q33 DKCRKF IS FILED CO B MEMBERS GET PROMOTIONS on A number of promotions have been made in the ranks of Company B d 1 ilth Infantry and announcement of thc changes was madc last evening nt the weekly drill Sergeant Frank Moran has been promoted to the rank of platoon ser in a decree filed yesterday Judge geant Corporal Joseph Orobono has O B Dickinson of the U S District bscn rained to the position of scri Susie Cooper 35 year old NCRTO was admitted to the Chester Hospital lat churches throughout the county in night following the taking of poison observance of the Feast of the Astnblnts nt her home In the 400 block sumption In most of the city i East Eighteenth street Her condition churches the regular Sunday schedule was reported ns favorable this morn Continued on Last lae FAIR WEATHER FORECAST FOR AREA Fair and slowly rising temperaturs today nncl tomorrow is the forecast In eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The warmest recording yesterday was 78 degrees at 6 p m and the coolest 70 at 8 a m The average was 71 degrees approximating the normal of 75 Tim warmest ever recorded on an August 14 here waa 91 in 1918 and the coolest 53 in 1893 Sunrise today was at 612 a m and sunset will be at 758 p m eastern daylight saving time KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS OPEN STATE SESSION JOHNSTOWN Pa Aug Knlchts of Pythias and Its sister order the Pythian Sis terhood gathered here today for their sixtysixth annual conventions The sessions will ba directed by Grand Chancellor Commander L Ekin Vandcrgrift for the Pythlans nnrl Grand Chief Mabel Pritchard McKccsport for the Sisterhood of masses was celebrated Ing Cuba Revolt Chief Tells Why Machado was Ousted striking an qxposcd part of the ap expert and spends most of his time Court Philadelphia directs Howtgeant and Private Joseph DC Maio paratus i jn the laboratories He is about 25 I ard M Collins conservator of First has been appointed to a corporalshlp I The lecture was interesting and years of age National Bsnk of CliftonHeights to Last cvcnins a large part of the educational and all present were im The librarian of thc Institute rc planation of the finding capturj tional Encyclopedia of America ing and development of the cosmic donated by Mrs Laura Tyler in ray was illustrated with the working i memory of her husband John J model or on the blackboard By Tyler who died in 1930 In Philadel working his instruments thc lecturer phia Other business of the meeting could control the volume and num was announcement by thc secretary Lad Royal Majesty lust bcr of rays enterin the apparatus i of the Indexing and tabulation of al i rjayj i and made It clear to all present Just historical WOrks in the Institute i how they got there and what thay This includes a detailed account of i were dong thero He djscribed them i each book with the name of the as penetrating radiation and ex donor and the history of tho work i pained that they cam from outside vhicli has been gathered by the his i the untvers that nobody knows torical committee American Polvos Fridi Busy Spain Bill Duchess Chan Princess Golden Ruth deposit with GirarcJ Trust Co ten S1000 7 per cent Income gold bonds of thc American Railways Co etc V S TREASURY BALANCE EDITORS NOTE Lieutenant Cesar Ioric trader of lhc coup detat aRilnst former President Ocrardo Machado loday dic tated the fnllowinir inside story of the revolt exclusively for In trrnatfonat News Service rrvcal int how the army kept In con stant touch with Ambassador Welles and how he approved Cubas new President LIEUTENANT CESAR LORIE As nictated and Translated For International News Service HAVANA Aug 1933 drill was devoted to the final check by international News ing cleaning and storage of the equip mcnt used by the company while at the annual summer encampment at Mount Grctna tyrant Gerardo Machatio was driven from office by a revolt of thc junior officers in the Cuban army Banded together it was our firm purpose for many months to help the Cuban people rid themselves of the oppressor Machado who usurped powers Illegally for his second term as president and whose regime was V month throughvAu1e i 2 were I ORBETELLO Italy Aug Air dedicated to thefts killings and pcr Marshall Italy Balbo today disbanded j sccutlons his Atlantic squadron which on Sat1 We decided that if thc opportune WASHINGTON Au The Treasury net balance for Aug I 12 was 875763419375 Miscellaneous Internal revenue receipts that day were SI87090516 Customs 31306409143 BALBO DISBANDS FAMOUS AIR FLEET NAMED AS TRUSTEE HARRISBURG Aug urday completed a round trip to Chi cago After King Victor Emmanuel and Mrs Esie Pfaelzer Philadelphia to high Fascist officials witnessed a rc John track fast from vmenc thny come or where After thc business meeting and j day was reappointed by Governor j view of the squadron the marshal fiuzzy Boo it ney are going T5iy are like radium lecture most of the audience re Pinchot to the board of trustees for j briefly thanked thc filers for their into three malnedto inspect the apparatus ex the Mothers Assistance Fund for i cooperation and embraced and kissed r raS andar8 I beta and gamma rays hibitcd by Mr Fergus Philadelphia county each on both checks moment arrived we would stage a coup dc grace were ready to We ktpt In touch with each step in thc mediation through Dr Albones and Dr Cosmo De La Tor rlcntc When the American government delivered its ultimatum to Machado wo Inquired indirectly of Ambassador Welles whether we could obtain some notice before the ultimatum Topicsof Times Handlebar moustache Joe cele brated his silver wedding under NRA conditions He killed 20 chickens That boy was always strong on chickens And Accordian Henry went to work and got n cramp in his leg His wife Annie wishes he would get a cramp in his tongue Unrest seems to be increasing among county dairymen Latest re ports seem to indicate that even the cows are no longer contented Tailors and cleaners here met to fix rkng and We felt thc ultimatum meant have 1ittle lrouble lean Intervention and we wanted to out tllcir know the last moment we would have lo lake action against Machado bc They ironing of tlie ultimatum would expire at midnight August 11 I spent the morning of August 11 communicating with different armyi units by telephone and messengers At one oclock rumors began to cir culate that we were going to revolt The general staff hearing the rum ors issued orders for all machine guns antiaircraft guns and ammuni tion to be taken from thc first bat talion at Maximo Gomcx barracks We were to be disarmed and prob ably killed like dogs At two oclock we decided lo re volt Informing everybody by radio telephone and messengers the officers sacrifice our lives to save Cuba from of the first battalion resisted thc gen Althotigh we have the NRA the RFC thn NAB the TVA the AAA many business men they are still doing bust e IOU The Weather WASHINGTON Aug The weather forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Wcrinesiiay slowly rising tempera lure Wednesday and in west and north portions tonlfht Western Pennsylvania Fair n niclt and Wednesday slowly rising temperature the tyrant In recent weeks we watched with great Interest the pToccss of media tion by United Stales Ambassador Welles oral staffs orders to disarm them With no time to lose for fear Ma chado would send troops to imprison ConUowed on Page Seven TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 60 11 a m74 62 Noon 7S 66 I p m 76 63 2 p m76 t   

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