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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 8, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              58TH 17692 GEN PRICE SEENICODE FOR COAL Dally Leased Wire Reports or United Press mm IntemntlotiM News Service FINAL EDITION With All Uteat and Best Newg of the Day CHKSTKR PA FRIDAY SKPTKMBKR 8 EASY WINNER FOR GOP NOMINATION IS DICTATED BY THE PRESIDENT Other Candidates of Reg ular Republicans Loom as Victors Chester Soldier Given Miners Win Victory by Wide Endorsement for Omission of Open Shop Post of Sheriff Clause Wages Fixed Oil Industry Begins Opera tion Under NRA Pact Ford Wavering nf WASHINGTON Sepl 8A peremp 01 the primary election campaign ory code for the bituminous indus there Is almost an unanimous fnii 2 Adlctacd by President Roosevelt With a little more than a week left county that the choice of Republicans i he hands of the operators today for the nomination for sheriff will be I flom llc National Recovery Adminis Major General William G Price Jr tmion is neadinB the ticket just endorsed by the Republican lead ers of the county Prices successful record as a soldier and as a business man make him a formidable candidate for sheriff His 36hour week and a minimum wage with sec tional differentials the wage terms varying irom in Alabama to daily in Montana mines Many un expected concessions are made io the miners Johnson i a soimer and a business man amendments general Price towers high above i The code revised as seems nroner others seeking the nomination Of to the NRA then will be t e sub feet two National Guard officers in the of public hearings MondayJohnson entire nAum General PiirP nnnnminrf D oonnson EIGHTEEN PAGES REVOLUTIONARY COMMITTEE OF PRICE TWO CENTS um General Price was one announced Profer of pnal SCHOOL BOARD NEWCUBA REVOLT FEARED MARINES ARE THREA TEN ED Observers Inclined to Belief Present Govern ment of Sergeants Will Be Overthrown and That If American Lives Are Encfan gered Intervention Will Be Reality Junta Meets and Appeals For Political Unity Communists Students Women Say They Will Protect Capital If U S Defenders Are Awaits Zero Hour who retained his rank when the guardsmen were taken into the regular army during the World War He re cently retired as commander of the Pennsylvania National Guard Little organized opposition has de veloped to the nomination of the three holders of row offices who have also been endorsed by Republi can leaders according to ail an nouncement made today by C Edwin Hunter chairman of the Republican County Committee These are County Controller James T Stewart of Lansdowne Clerk of Courts Charles Mink Jr of Collingdale and Pro thonotary Malachi S Springfield Pancoast of It has been the custom in this county for many years to return for a second term officeholders who have shown efficient administration during their first four years For many years Controller Stewart was a successful manufacturer and for term after term his fellow citizens Continued on Page Sixteen Accompanying the final draft will be contracts between operators in the Appalachian fields and the United Aline Workers now being prepared Open shop language main bone of contention between operators and union miners was omitted from the administration draft This is a major victory for the miners Operators sought to include phrases giving them the right to hire arc1fre W01kers without regard to affiliation or nonaffiliation in a union When adopted the coal code will unify the last of the big ten of in dustry under the blue eagle Others already in force are for cotton tex tile electrical lumber oil automo CITES ATTITUDE IN CONTROVERSY Maintains Negro Pupils in Eleventh Grade Should Go to Douglass School Striking Unit Persists in Refusal to Report for WOMENS NRA UNIT i FA III WE GETSSIGNATURES TODAY TOMORROW The womens division of thc local1 weather is predicted today followed by local tlllmclel showers tomorrow afternoon is expected All week these volunteer or 6ht in Eastern Pennsylvanin workers have been obtaining the sifnNew Jersey Delaware and Maryland atures of householders to consumers H will pledge cards Miss Peoples is being assisted bv j terdav Colonels Mrs Clarence Avers and and the nt Studies attitude in inslst ue n i ing that the eleventh grade be e e con bile steel shipbuilding womens in the Frederick Douglas cloak and suit and mens clothing in dus tries A sharethework clause gives miners with permission of most of those at work a certain allotment of hours to be determined by a mine adjustment committee lhTtR disputed Action 7 of ROOSE VELT URGE S j RELIEF FOR JOBLESS Assoon as possible after its adop tion the code provides the NRA shall investigate to determine the prac ticability of applying a still shorter work week and other factors that might aid the industrv and create more jobs Sale of coal at less than a fair price to be determined later is pro hibited The oil WASHINGTON Sept President Roosevelt todav called for a greater effort on the part of the public in relief for unemployed He warned that there are many areas mingling the relief question with politics and then coming to the Federal Government hat in hand seeking federal funds The Presidents remarks In which he sounded a hopeful note of imj day under proved economic conditions werejmcnts made onthe White House lawn to officials of the 1933 mobilization for human needs conference He pointed out that it was first the duty of private citizens and pri vate agencies to assist the destitute That failing the cities must step in then the state and finally the Federal Government he said o High School members of the teachers committee of the Chester school board and the president Charles P Laikin Jr met last eve ning with representatives of the Colored Citizens School League whose spokesmen were Dr J Hume Miller and Rev L s Moore The meeting terminated with both sides stand ing on the same ground as yesterday when the class of 23 Negro pupils of the eleventh grade refused to attend classes scheduled for the Douglass school at Seventh street and Central svenue The meeting which was a closed affair was held in the board of the Larkm Building at Broad and Crosby streets Today the pupils still absented themselves Speaking of the meeting this morn ing MrLaikin said The members of the teachers committee and my Mrs J McDowell Majors Miss Margaret Slelser Mrs R H Diament Mrs Leroy Garrett John Gallagher Mrs N S Britton Mrs Herbert A Weaver Mrs William Taylor Mrs James Desmond Mrs GENERAL PRICE OPENS CAMPAIGN FOR SHRIEVALTY Addresses Large Assem blagc of Republican Vot ers in Drcxel Hill The average of 78 was eight degrees above normal for thc date ami twelve 1 degrees above lie average September last year Mimimum temperature Other ft O 1 HIP f C trV nrfUliLKnl i in I VI W for the lute is 102 established in 18B1 and minimum 50 in 1888 Hblo to solve Us own illukultls Speaking bofoip the conftrcncc on of hiiiniin needs Mr Roosevelt nuule his first public rel Picnco to the present situation in Cubn I have boon occupied during thrso last 48 hours with the question of humiui StnU 1IAVANA Cuba Sfjit Kcvoliillonnry Execu tive Committee today formnllr Hie Jialions nillKary iTiUipet to feed lie and declared lliat dan Kr of United stales intervention liiid bien avoided iiit 10 nuurs wiiu tut question of sept inmiui needs outside the United government appealed iintcs htsaid WpnMy lo nimy officers and po I have been occupied In the hope ul1l1 lenders of nil parties todnv to hat the United States will not have Hs support Only by wilted hat to net outside its own quarters I hnvc boon occupied with the hope tlmt an other republic would be able to solve Us own dUllciiHIcs the same ns we have solved our own WASHINGTON Sept ft Mayme Woocifaulk Mrs Clarence i Sunrise todav was for County OfflCCS Also juia tiiiMncR i UIUIJIM luaav was at hah a m niul Jlalie DR PARKHURST iFIREFIGHfERS KILLED IN FALL SQUABBLE ENDS The Amcrlcnn Rovcriiment considered the likelihood of United Htntes inter I ventton in Cubn to be introaslnn hourly today A vast military ma warships n llcot of bombing H cc iiUlou could order be preserved and American intervention avoided the over government said wlnmi Ulrcc days of with little sleep the two universttv professor lawyer newspaper nnn Mid banker thnt comprise the committee Rovermucnt n a scries of conferences fro onferences from 405 In Ills opening speech of his lalgn for tlm Republican nomination vvoulcl in overthrow o C The Vcv n regiment of commilnl awiiUutl the XITO hour Ollicial observers were inclined to expect a new revolt in Cuba which m Political Icaticrs of Half a dozen tmm the non 91Yearold N Y ReforILinwood Compauies Again will cnrrv to county this Major General William Uvsl Hlshl voiced con the Republican ticket victory in Delaware before r Walks Out Window at Shore Cottage at i i Planned Court UlOpped bhcm the Hill Price declared I nm i soldier and U soldiers thougljt is always lo win ATLANTIC CITY N J Sept Officials of the Friendship Fire i Cllarles H Parkhurst 1 Company No 2 of Linwood That is the feeling that i have us insistent on the deci th hkve S116 Brade at in twi the Douglass school the meas lo stabilize output yre is a temporary arrangement emphasized ughout the n controversy and is only done lor It is the inherent duty of the Fed eral Government to keep peopla from starving Mr Roosevelt told his listeners explaining however that because the Federal Government provided funds there should be 110 lessening of effort on the part of others INJURED AT SHORE OCEAN CITY Sept Betty McCord 24 South Walnut street West Chester a teacher in the Darby High School suffered two broken legs and possible internal injuries when the car in which she was riding on Asbury avenue here was struck by alleged drunken driver illiam J Blair Brookline who ias a summer home on Central ave nue here was the driver of the car which struck the automobile of Mrs Martha P Cromley Washington ave nue near 58th street Philadelphia FIRE PREVENTION economy and lo relieve in a measure WEEK OCTOBER 8 AVASHINGTON Sept Presi dent Roosevelt yesterday proclaimed the week beginning Oct 8 as Fire Prevention Week His proclamation said It is a week set aside for the pur pose of informing the public of the dangers of fire to life and property Fires which are largely preventable take a cruel toll of many lives and aestroy property exceeding 000 000 in value each year To prevent our enormous waste by fire the cooperation of all citizens is requested and the organizations groups and individuals interested in fire prevention are asked to take the leadership in instructing the public in the simple precautionary meas j the crowded conditions which facing at the high school and which must bu relieved wherever possible When questioned concerning the possioilities of pursuing measures to invoke the provisions of the truancy laws upon the pupils who might re main away from the classroom due to the disagreement Mr Larkin re iterated the opinion of other school officials that suchaction couldand ures advocated safeguards fire prevention BIG ENROLLMENT IN GRADED SCHOOLS The Franklin public school Frank Continued on Page Sixteen JOHNSONS PLANT SEEN NRA VIOLATOR and while walking in his sleep He walked out of his bedroom in the home of his nephew Winthrop Parkhurst and passed through an open window onto the roof of a porch from which he fell to the ground Dr Parkhurst was 91 feeble but stui possessing a sharp tongue The oratory from his pulpit in the broke Tammany Halls gripon NEW York The charges pertained to an alleged violation of a Lower Chichester town snip ordinance pertaining to the operation of fire companies and the this It is a new experience part asking for votes Price snid If my experience in life fits me for the office of sheriff of this county I am glad to volunteer no pation but with pleasant nnlici Since he enlisted nt the age of 17 TI tile speaker said he had been ji nnd in constant association with men un spondedto took of ES SiSbnS i ff SEVffikS r ws P1856 the township enacted an i n when it was f fashionable to shudder at a public ghmpse of a feminine ankle he made the discreet precincts of his Madison Square Presbyterian Church reverb erate with this city is hell with the i lid off Parkhurst came to Hew York not NEW YORK Sept Fabrics Inc automobile carpet manufactory m Newark N J of which Gen Hugh S Johnson NRA administrator is president was accused yesterday of violating its NRA code The charge was made in telegrams to President Roosevelt Johnson Sec retary of Labor Perkins and the Labor Board of the NRA by Eric Ross sec ordinance at the instigation of members it is claimed pro hibiting the Friendship volunteers from movingtheir apparatus without being called by the chief of the Lin wood company AS Die township does not have a recognized fire de partment and the chief or the Lin company serves gratis mem1 must stand back of the President regardless of party the mini whom the majority elected he said but when we get back on an even keel Continued on Page Twelve I SHOP OWNER WIELDS BROOM EFFECTIVELY OF SWEDENS CROWDS Continued efforts to injure the business of a beauty shop located on j East Eighth street near Edgmont ave plenty of punch yes sandwlchman r Eugene Darby police surgeon with an enrollment of 1035 pupils Miss McCord wasthrown from Mrs SschoorgeSt Ule histor of the romlpve rpi In HIP She Cromleys car in the collision was taken to Atlantic Shores Hos pital Somers Point Blair was re leased under bail for a hearing tonight telegram said Lea Fabrics Inc has the NRA by dismissing violated Herbert HELD TO ANSWER The Lincoln school Eighth and i Sm1Icy from its employ Smalleys j Frank Tollin of 516 East Twenty incoln streets iv i work has been saiisfnrfnrtr HOMK FROM EUROPE Aaron Tollin and 1lnlL rri f to the Patterson school on Patterson street near Penn being closed this year by a decision of the Board of ICE RACKET CHARGE j measure Patrick avenue I FROM Glenolden and Henry Boyland 10 bLEEPING SICKNESS Main street Darby were held under VJAVIYJI AOO bail each for a further hearing as suspicious characters today Po lice said the men arc suspects in an attempt to force independent ice dealers to organize and purchase ice from a certain companj tT S TREASURY BALANCE The Treasury net balance for Sep tember 6 was Miscel laneous internal revenue that dav was Custom receipts for the month through September 6 were Uon work We demand the imme France diate reemployment of Herbert Smalley forcing Lea Fabrics to live up to the letter and spirit of the NRA We also demand that the weekly wage paid on the 48hour basis but since reduced to 40 hours per week be ve frmii he vK Belciim af Mr Tofm who TT j uitiu vy tlvj t1 y Liu o ICQ from the University of Pennsylvania School last June was much im pressed with the many interesting his stored i un ma trip He returned home on the steam snip Manhattan making the ac Hpf ties fiom sleeping sickness rose more sharply during the last week than at any time since the encephalitis epidemic began here July 30 Fortytwo deaths from the disease were reported in the last seven days 61 teiSay brinsine the 1 Distr ct Number of known BEER LICENSES TOBEREVOKED HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Bj United Press total dead to cases increased to 625 nnd doctors said many cases in the city have not been reported RAILWAY INJURES 19 CHICAGO Sept teen persons were injured ser and scores of others suffered and bruises when two street crowdod vh passengers collided to day t a sti intersection on UIP North Side Attorney Starts i ijmkJtiG tiitr iquamtanco of Walter Hagcn thc fa mour golfer and Franklin D Roose vdt Jr the Presidents son CUTTING Nellie Smith Negro of Flower Hill was treated at the Chester Hospital last evening for lacerations of the wrist Sne told police she was slashed War on Places Selling Whisky f tiiOOJOOJILli by an unknown man on the circus grounds jt is not m complete coopcratlon the NRA The proprietress of ths shop has made repeated to establish the fact that the accusations are false and claims that the place is entirely m accord with the NRA a claim borne out by thc fact that several msignias the Blue Eagle are in evi dence in the windows of the place Tiring of what seems to be an un just effort to turn away her patrons and backed by leaal advice that slip could insist that the offending sind wichman leave the immediate vicin ity of her plscc the woman armed with a short handled broom viciously the man Spectators gathered in front of the shop and saw the spectacle of thc man with the double beaten with the broom The sign was torn to tatters Hampered by the frame of the sign about his arms and legs the man edged his way as swiftly as possible to a safe distance from the shop door Berlin Regrets Nazi Attack on County Youth BERLIN Sept American embassy revealed today the German foreign office had pre sented its deep regrets for re cent attacks upon two Americans who failed to return the Nazi salute to passing storm troopers in Berlin streets The embassy made the following announcement The Gorman foreign office on September 7 presented orally to Ambassador Dotld the deep regrets of the German government for the recent attacks upon American citizens Samuel B Bossard lot and the son of H V Kallenborn former Brooklyn and informed the ambas sador the cases had been turned over to police and officials of the Prussian ministry of the Interior with instructions to take the most energetic action possible under the circumstances Bossard is a former Chester High School student a graduate of Princeton and resides on Mid riletown road olmioiuiry soveriimcnt of nnd Jeopardise foreInn lives ruut prop erty If the Inngor loo grout Intervention would become n reality quickly But It wiw believed thnt If contender for power struck quickly nnd IJTeclivcly nnd set up it strong government without much fighting intervention would be avoided Reports from Havana thnt Ihff re turn of Provisional President Carlos Mnnucl du Ccspcdcs to he govern ment WHS a possibility brought DO comment in odlclnl quarters where every effort was being made tn nvoul Ihe nppcnrancc of trying to iniiunncc Cuban politics Cespedes was wti lactory to MIC Unilcd StnlM when he succeeded former President Gernrdo Mixcrmdo and it was believed his re turn to power would be welcomed here President Roosevelt and Stnte De partment officials still hoped thnt intervention could be avoided but ngninst their hopes was the necessity of protecting 7000 American lives and in Amcrlcnn porperty Under the Platt Amendment America is responsible before the world for the maintenance of law and order in Cubn While civilian officials hoped for the best the military was prepared for Instant action Four naval vessels were in Cuban harbors Othereither wore steaming toward the island or preparing to depart A squadron of 12 planes equipped with bomb racks nwaited orders at the Quantico Va marine base The imvy inquired about thc condition of thc landing field it Gmmtanamo nuval base The field sometimes is under water A regiment of 1250 marines knap sacks packed and all equipment ready I awaited sailing orders nt the same base Guns nnd grenades nearly n million rounds of ammunition and 50000 tons of daily rations were lined up lo be taken aboard the transport at Hampton Roads Replies were expected today from some of the LatinAmerican countries which Mr Roosevelt asked to encour age Cubans to foster a strong effec tive government that would make I a I Miliij UIIIULIS LliaC jvnilpd o the last halfheartedly au o n Carbo lind n wllh the enlisted men thnt ousted their officer put thc hn Ulc left Ilia pnlnce almost exhausted to get n ffw hours rosl before another mcct B today They expressed optimism ivouir t and Politicians nn SC as Patrlos to the emer 1 ency and support them They did not seem to wish to consider the imi and of intervention ukl bring RJchmoncl r Bnlnbrldgc arirved in hVbor the destroycr p r M fanUnBO at the other end of the wand other destroyers were on the way to various ports Coinmunisu students unci women threatened to defend the capital it innnres were landed A Communist denionstrntion that might have precipitated a riot was handled withutmost skill Railwayman threatened to Bo on 8aln unlcMlly Monday mid e such factors the committee govern llct leaders mccrs In Ulc newspapcr mnn sec wnr pleaded for support of the sovcrnment after they rejected a Plan for a sort of plebiscite amon omcers and the noncommissioned officers now in control of the prcsent ho7rllimniy remain another hour without officers he said r bee of you to give me a vote of con fidence tojcttle thejiroblem ALLOTS REPAIR DAMAGE Works Administrator ickcT intervention umieceKsary today nlioted to the Navy LatinAmerican diplomats howj Dcparlment for repairs and replace ever raw difficulties in the way of a mode necessary bv the recent n iKln i el nriti nln public appeal by their governments to the Cuban people a subject dis cussed among the President and en voys of Argentina Brazil Chile nnd Mexico at the White House Wcdncsi day night j uy uit rec slonu along the Atlantic coast Topics of Tlrnes C OP C EXECUTIVE SPEAKS AT MARPLE William F Delclianty manager of he Customs may come and go but chances are tile kidnaping fad will be outlived by the penitentiary vogue It may be hat heaven will protect the poor working girl But who will protect the guy she is working If Mr Roosevelt doesnt shoo WEST END BACKS NRAMOVEMENT j the Delaware County Chamber Commerce spoke last night at a lw a meeting of the ParentTeachers Asj mlc this way sooii we may be sociaton of Maipic township high I reduced to the extremity of eating school His remarks were confined 1tllp Iue eagle t to the NRA and how it Is function I intf in Delaware county Frank i j Schncrr chairman presided i Mrs James Weaver Major Gcn jeral of the womens division of the j NRA in Mnrplc township and Dr j Fred W Peck Major General of the division reported hat their U lo lit of the Clans and yet The beer might not be consid such a great joke if it wera AT FIELDS Stripe Irish Imagre Thomas H Theron Dr Kaiser St Nazaire Shaker Lady Ladykin Bill Fcria ispatchcr neathrr clear track fast AT ROCKIVGHAM PARK All go no scratches Weathercloudy track good Times Ad Soon Rented Rooms Those vacant rooms in your home might easily be turned into a paying proposition by means of a Chester Times want ad if trfe course pursued by Mrs F Webei1 804 Upland avenue Upland is followed Results were quickly ob tained by Mrs Weber who adver tised two furnished rooms for lightl housekeeping J We are very much pleased witH the results we received by placing1 our advertisement in the Tunes was her comment A campaign launched by thp office pjf the district attorneys office to 1 jclose every bcrr dispensary in tlic rrs county that is suspected of selling i wiistv nas launched today when District Attorney C William I petitioned the court to revoke I the beer licenses of three beer gar dens which were recently raided and I found to be selling whisky School Athletic Field Gets Finishing Touches Y j n Tk nnn null hlUIUISiastlC Reports Read W0lkcrs nul niidc a thorough can r TS vass of the township and enlisted at iVlCCling OI Division i cvcrV resident in the consumers Leaders Last Nieht 8 FALLS FROM TRUCK AND IS INJURED There we go we issue bonds in hard times to take care of people until good times return so we can pay off tho bonds and be ready for hard again The NRA is going over strons in thc West End according to reports by Major General Charles J given eas a Blue Eagle rally in the n of The petitions are returnable next Friday and it was strongly intimated that Judges John M Broomall 3rd I and Albert Button MncDade will I not only revoke the licenses of the i vriu DUV declare tneir bond forfeited making a coincident with the reopening of the srcon background of Diotrict Attorney WiUiam J Mac of modern schools awaiting their during the football season when they resumed their studies yesterday The now field in the rear of the Smedley Junior High School teenth and last night In addition lo the accountings by u uui uy fians nrc being made to ar1 thc various district majors of the i when his head struck the street accident happened on Chester The Weather e esr range for the seating of spectators j Blue Eagle fraternity splendid booster the city line The driver h C brisadc helped to aroaso thc cltizcru by P N Canriless 558 Tenth understood now he said a Thomas A RriUv whosr men n close watch will be kept on every finkhing toirhcs to h fir d beer garden in thc county and where week lolKilcs to lhs fieW violations are noted this office will immediately petition the court to have ment o Forces of the mcrhinirai a above a masonry wali Bloom and it is a war of thc people stc to the earth andsomething thnt hns never bern saiti the job was neatly finished ofT by j of any previous fracas since the days the embankment with a solid j of the American Revolution Like WASHINGTON Scpi The weather forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania Generally fair tonight and Saturday except probably show ers in northeast portion somewhat j warmer tonight New Jersey Generally fair toniffht and Saturday slightly warmer in r erass E0d Macoade also said it would j g Continued on Page Sixteen i The goal our forefathers in the days of 1776 we are rebels Today we are rebelling against existing conditions that make it impossible for an honest man to secure employment and to earn a AUSTRALIAN Generally fair and continued warm tonight anil FOREST HILLS N Y Sept Salurtla Sutler of New Orleans today defeated Vivian Me Grath of Australia 36 64 63 i 86 McGrath was leading Slitter 3 to I in the final set when play was interi TEMPERATURES r Continued on Pafc Sixteen rupted by darkness last night 6 a tn 7 n m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 68 11 a m73 68 Noon 71 S3 1 p m 78 69 2 p m73 70   

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