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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WI DO OUft FARt 57TH 17687 coTLpHiTs IN COLLAPSE ON NRA AGREEMENT Counsel for Operators Holds Law Bars a Closed Shop Contract Roosevelt May Impose Code Johnson and Cates Still at War Dally Leased Wlra Reports of United Press UP nnd International News Service ONCE IN 100 YEARS WASHINGTON Sept 2Negotia tions between the United Mine Work Of America and the nonunion soft coal operators of the Appala chian field was in collapse today and llie began leaving lor their homes The collapse resulted from an im EV t0 WlHch thc inference s tumbled when the operators served on tne miners an opinion from their counsel to the effect that the Re SBkSLAct from making a closed shop agreement I lie conferees also were deadlocks on the question of the check off The t0 operators Tr The check off of union dues is cus and other items if the operators in ofr unToi dues The checkoff of union dues is cus between Of thc collapae of the was reported in coal circles today that a code for the bituminous industry would have to The opinion on the Recovery Act sel to the Smokeless wn Coal Association was advanced y in an effort to per suade the committee of the miners union that the collective provision of the act was a collective agreement with thp covering all employes Loyalty to President Roosevelts pro gram was established today as the betweenAdmlnlBtVatorHUBhTjogn Continued on Last Page NO EU2CTKJNS FOR CONSTABLES thats riot working over c thess days is tiic famed Centurv CHESTER PA SATURDAY E1NM EDITION With All and Bert News of the Day TO ADOPT PLAN AGAINST CODE Likely to Launch Cam paign on NRA With Go italone Program Auto Maker and Son Re turning to Detroit Bans His Car CERTIFICATE MUST FIRST BE OBTAINED Many points of luLsimdcrstanaine Have cropped up in lie minds of parents regarding the regulation to be observed at the opening of schools on September seventh and mmv have called tha offices of the suMi 6UPCI several appearing in Chester Times concerning the One of thc points the STEAMER SINKS IN PINEDOS CRASH WITH LINER CREW AND2 SAVED President Wilson Collides have pupils must not rcpon to the schoo located in their neighborhood but DETROIT Sept 2Indications to day were that Henry Ford was plan ier certificate ning a sudden vigorous offensive in his controversy with the National Ret covery Administration but Just what j the motor manufacturer intenriet to j do his associates professed not to know f tr With Tanker Cold water Off Cape Fear N C Woman and Two Children Among Rescued Other Ships Stood Hy eve a iii by their for W YORK Sept The to be Dollilr liner President before a score of rumors mg up in the face of the refusalof i Mr Ford to reveal his plans has come one principal TATIPICTO 1 O BLOTiK HOI Wilson collided with the tank J111JM cnst of cape N c Radio Marine reported today The nrc SllIlK A messaee the Tuckcrton station reporting he collision Prcsilenl broad Ssitid belief fostered by asso Prompt Action by Driver of north and iongitudo who will not psrmit the use of Piv 11 ii wesh S Colclwnter caught lire names that Mr Ford will not r Olls lUHllt baiief fF1 collision with SS President sign the NRA automobile code but will launch out in a spectacular go it alone plan which may include the public presentation of his own busi ness code By Tuesday the day the automobile code becomes effective it was in dicated Mr Ford will be back from his vacation in the north woods of Michigan While there he has refused any comment with the crisp slate ave notnin8 at all to say on LC iXrCA By the same day Edsel Ford vaca tioning at Seal Harbor Me willhave returned here Several other Ford of regular executives will President Roosevelt who recently asked from Hugh S Johnson Na tional Recovery Administrator a re port on Mr Fords refusal to w ln Washington agafn We look for the whole thing to be cleared UP by next Tuesday said a Ford associate But with a broad smile he declined to say just what method would be employed in clear Gang in Southern Stale t I President Wilsons master Howard Smith of 45 West Tenth i further street bus supervisor for the Southi ern Pennsylvania Bus Company re turned to his work this the tour the of the men assumed from i L Ihnt the isldcnt Wilson and Coldwater col and that the Coldvvatcrs 35 to 40 men were Negroes to hold up and rob him and members of his party near Darien Georgia while they were driving late at night The local couple and their friends were threatened with death by one of the Negro bandits but escaped by the quick and clever action of Smith who was driving the C3T Driving toward St Augustine Flor ida the terminus of their tour the party was suddenly confronted by a dilapidated motor truck which was drawn across the highway the being bounded by swamps on either side smith drew to a stop and the group of seven bandits all of whom for Havana Thc canal the Pacific Coast and Honolulu and the Orient The Coldwater left Jacksonville August 26 for Brunswick Me By CAPTAIN M RIDLEY Blaster of S S President Wilson PRESIDENT WIL Sea Sept Radio to President Wilson collided with and sank the steam ship Coldwatcr at 11 p m last nisht The Coldwaters crew one woman passenger and two children IN FLAMES AT TAKEOFF 11 lie rinnio 1 is shown airmen u this morning when his heavily Floyd Bennett Field Vork ship with built appeared to be under the influence to mrA 1iqJuor aPPeared from behind Ford officials that have re stalled truck Two tall is b m any district of Delaware county nf STll f311 spite of the fact that 30 candidates filed nomination papers The candidates yesterday received Irom Frank pSf chief clerk of the county commission ers advising them of this fact The rollowine advice from County Solicitor Albert j Williams who claims that according to the State law no election of constables can be held this year The next elec tion of constables will be in 1935 In a number of districts the terms of present constables four years in length will expire at the end of this year Unless a ruling is made in the meantime that these men shall con tmue in office unless their successors IElant n the Bronx Y Botanical elected scheduled blooming the tempera mental exhibit here is shoivn as it appeared lardily with GS of it blos soms in bloom It still had 534 to eo iivii iwa President Wilson bound for DefJroit during the vacation of whom was aVmedTsteprwdYo the i W1S 80 nlllcs south of CaPc i lndifated although re running board of SmithTcar and M C ln avcry suddpn fusing to be quoted that ths motor ordered members of the party to hand cLcludburst of raln manuiacturer veteran of many go over all their money and coildcd fhe Coldwatcr italone campaigns has not changed DEMOCRATS TILT OVER PATRONAGE outside CUBA HURRICANE DEATH TOLL IS 3 proceeding SoUHcrs Kill Five Looters 73 Injured in Havana Hospitals or they would be shot Having no desire to become the Coldwatcr I he Coldwaters cargo on deck nnd of the bandits who appeared or flames 5h amateurs at thn em 1 olnamcs She to the Ford com to be amateurs at the noticed that there was a narrow road behindthc truck in betwcen the paving on the swamp codeand tnat He thrust gear lever into the employes work an eighthour five Potion and shot the machine for aay WCCK The NRA code demands Iward through the narrow space anH tMrf B iir minimum wage missing the swamp by a bare foot on hours a week the The Vessels fire nt once sank within an hour Breeze J c and y helP ttas hum8n HAVANA Sept hurri cane moved nt H miles an hoi across the Gulf of Mexico toward Texas today after ripping from cast to west over Cubn great damage but taking little toll a path Chiefs Persons rate cents an hour i s genera amone auto motive officials in Detroit that the alrRady has a fcrthcomf i mg campaign mapped out and Without Their Advice Wilson k this evening ConUnned on Page Two llhorfiu Kill Devil Hill on the north Caro lina coast were identified to i lrB ports to date showed but of 300 ADDITIONAL SUBPEMSREADY Federal Grand Jury Will Resume Probe of County Conditions Next Week More than 300 subpenns were issued yestcrdny to bring new witnesses be fore the Federal Grand Jury when that body reconvenes in Philadelphia next Tuesday to continue Us invcsli gatipn into conditions In this county I Nlnetyslx have already been Indicted the indictments nrc returnable on i dead showed but three Known w a s maintaining absolute silence until it WASHINGTON 1933 n statement of General Johnson that maybe the people wil crackrimtm j hg VJJ1 i tJic i W m appoint men to nil the vacancies family row of almost upon the presentation of petitions cyclonic proportions is commissioners office to constables i u having been appointed in places velts cabinet vacancies occurred to serve bp of President Eoose are at ths SHIP MUSEUM HARRISBURG Sept 2Governor Pmchot said yesterday that Pennsyl vania would not buy Foru products Captain Thompson of the large houseboat South Ssas and the Ches ter Times were hosts to 150 newspaper boys last night on the craft The boys were shown the many tropical com WQVfl ln The heaviest death list was lliat of lootars Soldiers killed five In that theft he umisunl number of to rumors that several nddltionnl indictments will be re PRICE TWO CENTS DE PINEDO NOTED ITALIAN AVIATOR KILLEDJNJRASH Plane Cracks Up in Take Off at New York and Flier Burns to Death Was Hopping in a Bellanca on Nonstop Solo At tempt to Bagdad FLOYD BENNETT FIELD NEW YORK sept spec ot Francesco De PJ nonstop solo flight to Bagdad had m rt terrific spend then swerving under its cargo ofToa ions OL gnsollne Once it left but Do Pinndo w thout de c casing his speed brought it bacic tt luiched For Into names watchers saw Da d no around the ma i 25 feet away I lottPHaSC lle tanks flra and uiouccl nil from view Machinist mate Michael Beach at tempted to use his fire extinguisher but was driven back The Kd oi ins face wns burned DC Pincdos latest project was for lie honor of Italy vhich hr had honored through many thi retirementfrom the Italian Air Service after his stir ccssful night over four continents This is an adventure to seo whether I am growing told friends a few mlnutea i u inl lakcofr He was 43 I had repeatedly faced dan Bcr had reached heights of glory few men attain and wns then demoted attache at Buncos Aires by star In Fascist Italy and sent into declina Continued on Last Page NRA DIVISION OFFICERS NAMED Ralph Swarts Major General of he NRA division for Chester Port Arthur Texas two clays before the hurricane that swept this sec tion of ths coast The Glory now definitely given up i krUed at Satlta Clara r Incf b J l HCDOltS Of rinmnfrn 1 uuiLiijiiiiia Lnat tnpfr wc Ihe loss macieci as the result EddstoncDelved favorable re tfonal Information received bv the Ports from nls colonels and federal agents will not be tried nt a meting held last evei I Mrt Cfl ivi rt f i flirt nrf nu One man was a fall from a roof here nnd two lifnn Utll J i S W1V manufactured of the the term of their predecessors present situation transcends the ordinary squabbles Although 30 men filed nomination over patronage So serious has it be ers their m papers their names as candidates for j that President Roosevelt may constable will not appear on the vothatve to take a hand in it when he ing machines in either the primary I returns to the Capitol on Tuesday or or general elections according to E0me real rebellion against his rnilnfu hllrtrof ills county solicitors ruling WOUNDED NEGRO MAKES GETAWAY tisaiiibu Ills budget recommendations when Con gress meets Senatorial bitterness is directed j tllree administration Ickes Secretary lhe Interior the Blue igo said Common OL Pennsylvania would buy win n0t under the Blue That goes for Mr weeks the for lost carried a crew of ten Identification of the wreckage vas t made fay officials of the local shin peient lecturers explained the life and 1 yardwno recently repaired the vcs habits of the fish The South Seas is i f v ii fish attracted the attention of the boys large and small The convict fish and the flying fish were next in order of attraction At the end of the inspection the newspaper boys were loud in their praise of the exhibit and unanimously voted it one m TOMORROW Shot in the right side by Marcus Hook police during aa attempted highway robbery two weeks Edward Meads 36 Negro of Edwards street this city escaped at 1 a m today from the Chester Hospital Meads was unguarded it been arranged by hospital authorities to notify the police when he had recovered sufficiently to bs discharged A nurse making her rounds this morn ing found his bed empty Police were immediately notified and a search made for the Negro but no trace of him was found It is believed he has a hideout at the home of friends in this city LABOR DAY RULE FOR MAIL DELIVERY Postmaster John K Hagerty today announced that there will be no mail delivery on Monday Labor Day other than special deliveries and perish able parcels The stamp and geneial delivery windows will be open from 7 to 9 a m Collections will be the as on Sundays All other offices of the K administra irt adjustment others including Ke m IBe Through lck Perkin r genthau literally thousands of a H ufar P t ALPHA BOAT CLUB ufacturer to his secluded vacation re sort was regarded as indicating his return to Detroit announcement was fact that s locks and in SHOULD BE RAISED erc Elevation of apid Transit the Chester ShortLine will be sary if Philadelphiaswork of dyke construction in ths area adjoining rmicum township is to continue nc cordmg to Director Caven of the Works of Reports of damage began reaching in M ob morning The a the Provinces of Camaquey Santa Clard and Ma tanzns ripping ciown trees on planta tions uiiropring more solidly built houses felling telegraph and tele phone poles and demolishing the shacks of thc poor Rivers rose aiid ft number of towns flooded Rains and black vS prccct3cd tnc ful1 hurricane Conjmiinlcatlons lines stood up long enough o give nmpie warning and fl m n nn i damage was ic dows because win doors were secured and 5 were beached Large WOH A to ms office incs the Cunardcr Maure Wcdnesday after a trip abroad i lanR to rode out thc winds Tllf 1 I Si VT woud Monday morning cent piciit uutULO ployment state engineers BILLBOARD CODE for a I Dlrcctor Caven said pass TO AID SCENERY weeks so that the event mav memorable one During the past week several ofthe cotime scullers and oarsmen have been conditioning for the meet and the many races will be keqnly con i predictions hold tru it would out section Thc Ths hit Havana at wind rose to 08 AKcJes deputy U i J S Attorney Gpnpial who is In charge can evenhig at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street dcclarcd home m thc districts assigned to vo ii i he is studying more than 200 nffida cxPccts to present to arge sgne o that sd everyone had signed 11H fnr Tlnn Tr tlw Ho was unable to state when the trial of those indicted will start point hie out that It is up to thc court Hlh datcHe did state that he Is ready to prosecute me case immediately A dozen witnesses have been sum moned to appear before the jury next Tuesday but it ls doubtful whether the large number summoned will be heard before the jury concludes its up for the Eagle business CHILD ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURIES Ellen McQuiston 8 dnugh P Chief Dudley T Corning of the Bu lty and swopt ovcr thc Malecon fiu tit a I t 1 f Highways for his efforts in connection with the flood condition He said the break in the Delaware of farm etcall without any reference what to Democratic senators in containing say that thesena j wnch forbid outdoor advertising tors are tney are to put it mildly be record at crcct signs that obitiiVrt OI the members Many have been InvUed hundreds ofHepub to the i appointed but in a great i tlsmS Association of America instances Demtoats The code also forbidscTection of TOfiNTY R A NtfQ they have been i that would directly encroach or 1 I ed political opponents of incum mtrude upon thc beauty or t senators What this means to i any Park monument or structure TlrtJlcT 5lauses Prthibit the paint signs on i above pumps the the waterfront promenade By 530 p ni thc wind was abating caving many persons marooned In the MaieconPrado area Streets were littered with glass and toned buildings Roofs cosily Eastwick section of the task of toward the to Continued on pagp Two FARMERS 40THONTHELIST BRITISHlOPiNG looting tn f UUUgll tor of Mr and Mrs James McQuiston bummlt avenue Broomall was being told yesterday that she was a very fortunate child in having escaped serious injury from a 20fooL f u Ja previous afternoon n hewarlous ofriccrs of this division wnn in Weinberg and the Captains are J Milton Ham Harvcy Matt5on J Messmer Henry Wolson Elmer Dempster Harry Hynes Jos th r K Charles Hummer Ar thur Knott Eugene Glenney Wil lm M J Freed Morria Alken and John J McGovern Jr Topics of Ta mes If all the oysters that were eaten yesterdny were placed end to end hey would still be a dumb looking Iheback porch n u Robert MacLarcn a neighbor when she fell from the rail ing and plunged to thc ground Care ful examination of thc child by Dr Charles Dwycr revealed no m serious Injuries thnn bid bruises more CELEBRATES 100 YEARS Rcyburn the big ad man believes in advertising but doesnt want it advertised that he was fooled on that floating museum elevator And Tom Hodglns didnt like our two line verse about the oyster in yes terdays Times He came out of tha shell to say so A number of women are beins named captains in this NRA house tohouse campaign Well you have acimit that most of em are skipper ganizing truck caravans lo take food and medical stricken provincial towns trains j to bcr occasion mm Experience shows that secrets a cUs his wife go in and then MacDade to HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAJ Tlniterf nvv United Presi AT HAAVTHORNE Gal Fetch Halliard Way Weather clear track fasi AT CONEV ISLAND R Tridc tow Gear Chipola Run Lady Jay Schuster Weather cloudy track Area Are Not Satisfied wotkm and FOR DFRT i ULlUl L PnS of two tropical disturbances ac companied by winds NHm Like a 90 Sash s force One was centered about 200 northwest of Havana and ulst Horthwe5tward about 14 other was about Island HEADS F U Prospects for OUTLOOK iAlleghenTcountiel coOL SCHOOL commit the largest were seen last night as dairvmens with not much organizations continued i change in temperature is nrrrfirtnrf for the public hearing A t 1 j a is predicted Liic A n number of prisoners to state institu for disarmament Present indications arc that the tionsand they rank almost exactly in dcbi and Smedley MILWAUKEE Sept 2Jamcs E Van Zandt of Altoonn Pa wns elected commanderinchief of thc Veterans of Foreign Wars at the national encampment yesterday RESOHiSSlON HEAD GIVES BAIL Charged With Beating With the price of gasoline gone up and so many drivers ordering their supply a gallon at a time it looks as thouch many arc trying to wean their flivvers A reader who doesnt like us to oc casionally knock West Second street paving says it isnt half bad We agree with him Its all bad Oldfashioned mothers can remem ber fathers first kiss but their modem daughters have a time trying to re member their first husband A local Scotch horse lover only uses one spur when horseback riding Ha figures the other side will go any J dia Negro Marcus Hook Man Paroled the middle of 5 w t LJI uy v K DV riipLday and tomorrow in Eastern of Population Agricultural Adjustment Administri Pcmnsylvania New Jersey Delaware j anci Alleghcn nn fnv i nnj Tin tion for Philadelphia September ff i Maryland official r tional dairy Protest Com hate but number of farm 5 average September Interstate Milk y temperature f i K v Jn target of at 97 established in 1S32 and tack by farmers who say it does not 54 In 1890 J UUCi 11UI Statistics show that a million ope rations were performed by surgeona in this country last year It may not be news but look at all the talk they create represent their interests Sunrise today was at 630 a m and j ni aliu wm eUi farmers be at 731 Pm Eastern will represent the milk code protest DayhSht Saving Time niovcnicnt ss will T i tcrstatc is contention B S TREASURV BALANCE W j mands as thn nur Qe I net balance for August i and 239 per me WUFK 01 enrollment almost com Pivn y w U Potcd the total hns reached 1100 1 fs charced wnf MSdLB who Thc enrollment work has been i ls cnarpcd assault and battery J Nelson Blakcs Negro told the he and a friend Thomas Jones were perhaps a little noisy in I me the mission un uttsis oi counLv nri nf L vv rt luuuunuu wncn Burgess rcmon dresses has the highest ratio 55 pr s schedules before started m the Jri debt to thp TTnHnrf Cfofys the school 110 vt iard and Blstpc Tiac liif n organized under the Eagle Handy in indulge in flights The Weather 100000 population and mands as thc intMstnto Continued on Last fourth This difference same county in tl that a large number t u1 committed offenses at thC time States next Thursday and he WASHINGTON Sept 2 Thc wrathcr forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Sunday slightly warmer in west was hit with a piece d j V1W1 under cross examination by How Pennsylvania fair and and treasury department An inquest in the death of DanirI t0r BurSess the Sunday in e President hart Daniel fitness who appeared with his head I clou1ncss showers Sunday admitted he had attempted i Iff an west portion Burgess with a board but i nj jnoon i I first ub m pians i Cont4nae4 on Last OB Pajc vard occurred on MacDade boulel Continued on Page xwo TODAYS TEJJFEKATURES K a m66 10 a m 79 t a m6611 a m 73 8 a m63Noon 78 3 a m63   

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