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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 14, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania WC DO fAKT 58TH 17697 Dully Leased Wire Reports of United Prcw OP id International News Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latent and of the Day 16 MEN SHOT AS VIOLENCE GROWS IN MINE HOLIDAY Hit in Sporadic Clashes at Uniontown With the Deputies 35000 Said to Be Out Over Question of Adopting Code of NRA WASHINGTON Sept UP Hoosevelt today look personal charge of the coal code situation today indicating that Jie feels he time has come for definite action lo break the long impasse marked by strike dis orders and union disputes His first move was lo send Labor and Justice Department representatives to Uniontown Pa to investigate the coal field un rest in that section which re sulted in bloodshed today when lf men were shot and others in jured EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT MAY DIE DECEMBER 6 CHESTER PA THURSDAY SElTRMHKH TWIONTYTWO PACKS have voted wet are shown in white They number 2 tones in Maine Maryland Minnesota and Colorado males which havo n ln indicated where they pcen set Nine states will vote on or before Noivmh 7 J needed CHALLENGES OIL 1200 AMERICANS UNIONTOWN Pa Sept Sixteen men were shot down in the t fcoft coal strike area and fourteen others were beaten today as seething resentment over delay in formulating a bituminous coal code was whipped to white heat by isolated sporadic clashes between miners and deputies All of those wounded were struck buckshot All but one were picket mg miners The lone exception was Deputy Sheriff Mike Outright who inadver tently ran into the line of fire and was shot by his fellow officers ac cording to the strikers One striker said the firing followed the orders of a mine superintendent at Gates to his deputies to let em have it A tense situation was developing with 35000 miners out on an un official holiday Determination to remain away from the pits until the longdelayed code is signed was crystalized among the rank and file 95 a result of todays riots There was no clearcut version of clashes between deputies and miners at three operations of the H C Prick Coke Company today Frick Company officials reported the strikers had stoned or had at tempted to stone deputies guarding men returning to work This assertion was met by flat de nial from the strikers who claimed the melee resulted from pushing around of the pickets by the deputies Operations of the Prick concern the riots centered are located at Gates Edenborn and Footsdale PITTSBURGH Sept Southwestern Pennsylvanias fertile bituminous coal field was virtually paralyzed today by the second coa mine strike in less than a month major operation working in the fivecounty district was idle as miners irked over what they call the administrations failure to keep faith laid down their tools and prepared for a work holiday to extend until a coal code is adopted under the in signia of the NRAs Blue Eagle Estimates of the strength of the strikers ranged from 35000 upward with the number increasing hourly Already thi walkout has passed the halfway mark of the bloody July August tieup in which 60000 miners were out More important perhaps than the fact that another major walkout is in progress is the threat the miners conveyed to the NRA by their action Decision to call the strike voted ate yesterday in an executive meeting at Pricedale Pa came in the face of INDUSTRY CODE FIXED PRICE NEAR Texas Company to Refuse to Furnish Data to Com mittee Rate War Spurs Ickcs New General Retail Pact to Be Enforced WASHINGTON Sept direct I challenge of the code for the petro lndustry was given by the Texas Oil Company concurrent with assur ance from the highest quarters that President Roosevelt was pressing for greater speed in the entire recovery movement 3 W S S Rogers president of the Texas Company took the initiative lhe oil dispute by giving notice I am his company would not furnish I data requested by the committee which is supervising that industry The charter for the petroleum in dustry empowers trie committee to call for data desired and refusal makes a company liable to the pen alties of the act which call for a fine of SoOO with each day constituting a separate violation WASHINGTON Sept new study i costs was FACING STRIKE DANGER1NCUBA Provincial Troops Ordered by Government to Pro tect Them COAL OPERATORS OFFER NEW CODE TO NRA OFFICIALS of BituminousOwn ers Agree After Weeks of Consideration rangcci to present it within a hours to the NRA The operators code was to Texas Oil Company Re fuses to Furnish Data o U S Committee WASHINGTON Sept iUP Bituminous coal operators represent ing about 90 per cent of the today agreed upon a code anil fev be studied by administration officials in an effort to reach an ftfreeincnt that would be satisfactory both to opera tors labor representatives and the NRA Governor Pinchot of Pennsylvania called at the White House todav to inform President Roosevcll of strike disorders in coal fields in his state The disorders arc the fault of these men PincluH sairt in a sliaiu attack on coal operator groups lie charged were forcing delav on a code agreement The writing of Die new code was a result of committee work begun nftpr the NRA advised operators Tuesday that it would be necessary to attack the problem in this manner It was understood that the opera tors version offered no irreconcil able points of difference and admin istration offcials said they believed 1 satisfactory document could be drawn now that such a large pov ceUaSe f tho inctustlJ aKrecd Whllc lhe opeatols wcrc dlawino theu new code NRA officials aisb drawing up a document based criticisms and objections made nfter publicatlon of the pro posed basic code last week The NRA President Restore Order to Intervention HAVANA 1933 by United Ful WMU iasi wees The NRA gencio Batista army chief of staff i was being matched with the sent strict orders to all provincial i revised code in the process troops today to safeguard 1200 orftTtrfe thein leans scattered throughout the is dustrv P strikes many m affccted agreements inr ntnif r i va ui ma aveic any necessity for American tors that drew up the new code in intervention met until 145 a m to elude 10 operator whoS day They considered Immediate appli clude 10 operators whose mines are unionized immediate appli cation of land reforms planning to NEGRO distribute uncultivated n a t i n n i PRICE TWO CENTS of industrial and retail marines in 1912 It was quickly sup for stealing chickens was only stole the roost and the ana reian m it quickly sup vmuKcns was as started by the recovery ad Pressed by Cuban troops j that he onlv stole the roost and the ation today to provide the American residents of Cardenas clllckens were sitting on it had noth a decision on the problem of m Matanzas state have expressed I mg on Cnarles Cooper Negro of East 111 It I IIJ i other tiffmlims rcvtawerf the great procession basis of a decision on the problem of controlling prices The study was undertaken through a committee named by the Industrial Recovery Board headed by Secretary of Commerce Roper Its objective is to find a basic rule for determining costs of production and merchandis ing so that a uniform procedure mav be followed as the problem arises in various trades The master retail code with its price fixing provisions is approaching ac tion by the administration and it is agreed by officials that more definite attention to the price question is es Continued on Page Fifteen m Matanzas state have expressed I mg on cllarles Cooper N concern lest the present turbulent i Eighteenth street who v r present turbulent conditions lead to race trouble was arraigned 3 v I HWO JtU ill Jjt IU LUG i fall of Gerardo Machado and now i cause worry for Americans and other foreigners in the interior lliiiif f EXCUSE v CHANG conditions lead to race trouble I fn court this morning for kick Tk i nm Land reforms would go a long wav lng sma Negro boy yesterday I VI11 H KAl I toward pacifying the workers in the bovs mother testified that irllUil 1 f 1 interior where strikes led first to the pushed her small son and then fall nf flprfiirin 1 kicked him mi interrupted lnreat of Farm Revolt i m r t up Fifth avenue to Miiutl from which Governor Cross of CLERGYMANHIT J3Y IVATO MA TIIIMITC AUTO MAIHIINES STORM NORWEGIAN SHIP ARRIVESJN PORT Captain Tells of Crews Heroism During Hurri cane Off San Salvador Loud in His Praise of Men Part of Deck Cargo Washed Overboard haviiiK siircessfully woMhcvcfl ii luirrkijic the Nldaicld a Norwc Riaii ship docked tit the plant of ths American Dycwood Company foot of Uimoktn street Inst night with hnr tnptftln Christopher chrlstopsen neing the praises of the heroism of I lie il members or his Ciew fart of the ships bridge is am there was chimnge to other parts of he superstructuie of the vessel A purl ion of her unrgo ot logwood liad urcii ovciboiird Tli NUJanMd is a 1350ton vessel mit ot Oslo She sailed from Cyiw Haiti on AuBust n ill n caiKo of lofiwood On Sep t ember 2 two tlnys nticr leaving port s Hi vpssrl WRS about GO miles oft Mm north of Sim Salvador the hurri tiim was oncovintcied The wind at luliiet a lotIt y of 120 miles an hour nnl the barometer fell to 2830 Heavy seas broke over the VPWP part o t e S tlle Onc or ot he lifeboats were carried away by 0 stuck to their posts and fought val siRiUnst ho iKnvv odds It WM 11 movc so master Kive orders for full trollble bf heavy sens liar smnshctl the waterstoke hold of ho engine room and water flooded he liolletroom oxlinRuishing the flro iiclcr one of the boilers The sew broke down ue Cross bunker hatch tons of Into tho nnrf tnk tops The suctions Members of Iho crew below ctcck with buckets They I night and R wns not i illicit ll Cooper He run into the kick ty i i Made at Hearing Over Continuefl on Page Fifteen BOASTED INFLUENCE PROVES UNAVAILING N William MacBride 23 2202 North Chadwick street Philadelphia was S3 in police court today He was charged with having violated a city ordinance which prohibits hawk ers parking on Front street and Lloyd street in the vicinity of the Ford Mo tor Companys plant MacBride is employed by a Phila delphia concern that sells packed lunches Chester peddlers who live here and pay taxes are compelled to park blocks distant from the plant Officer Martin who arrested Mac Bride testified that the Philadelphian baasted that we have a drag with the cops and wont be molested U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Sept The treasury balance for Sept 12 was S11868CM69756 Miscellaneous in ternal revenue receipts that day were S2r0533258I Customs receipts for ffor the month through Sept 12 were POLICE AID BOY TO OBTAIN JOB While police are not included In the NRA they are doing their part Prices Producers Get Workers all over the island have I He then explained that he was In taken advantage of conditions to con a With the boys older brother tinue strikes in hope of obtaining I anci lhe youngster went to the broih better pay American interests cr s assitance carrying a brick Just j sert they arc unable to pay more ns Cooper kicked at his assailant the 1 Threats of a farm revolt was made wages particularly to sugar workers Jounser brother ran into Codpers I todav bv in the areas which are most danger1 roQt E0 Cooper explained Cooper j D the costs amounting ous The cabinet planned probably to day to take one step toward restor ing promulgate a set of c a r e f u 11 y workedout provisional statues giving it broad powers These would be the organic law until the amounting i marketing Michael Levin nf oi llnlcss Ule Present milk ATI AU nLlLl Rev Ernest D Weaver of 410 Lex ington avenue East Lniisiloiwie supply preacher of tlie Reformed rn nr injuries ou Ballot Are for Church who suffered head Injurie in an automobile accident at Chester pike and MacDnde boulevard Col HiiRtiale Monday evriiinu wns re ported impiovcil Hospital Darby this morning AccordiiiR lo witnesses Mr Weaver who is CO yeftrs of age tuut who is nt present without a charRe walked into i THREE CARS CRASH i itiviiunu iL i W UirtL tl IlltO agreement is changed j Inn sidn of an automobile driven by Candidates County Offices for A can got htm for to get work as messenger When Francis learned he KCO the job if he could secure a bicycle he appealed to Miss Clara Gls probation officer him but she iMARSTON FINISHES VEN IN 1ST ROUND A younS girl WM injured and three H I i were m a j It is impossible for thc averaee sCeets Thim and EllEle dairyman iA the Philadelphia milk stieets last evening j shcd to makc sllfflcient profit to war Ten columns of the ballot nnponr mg on the voting machines which will be used in all precincts at the islfnnjni ii ciiiingtia ititi ui mi nknomoDiie driven nv i cictuon next luesday are radically as the government opened Walter Mickel Pusey avenue Col c with candidates for county its fourth days hearing in Philadel lingrialc Mickel was held in Ills own f rcmaintlcr of the phia on the Federal pact recognizance by Magistrate Robert for lacal offlces If this is a sample of the new MacBrtde to avtilt the outcome of ni tlmp i bnt is show ou deal Levin said the farmers Weavers injttrics set up ycstcnlay in ho i mum lobby of the courthouse at 1aJTc Fifteen QUICKLY SUBDUED District fire companies were called out last evening at 810 oclock to ex iS nn lnclPent blaze ih an T tmcnt nC 9Jl Edgmont avenue they found the Are had been caused by crossed wires Slight dam rc3nirs were i DATE ANNOUNCED FOR PROBE TRIAL HeaK lhc with a scries of great truckwas thrown Snyders rciuscA to Motions to Have Indict mcnts Quashed She Riddling par with a scries of great shots Max Marston Philadelphia was struck Media The titles of the office appear In he first row at thu luiicl of the bullet In the first column aro the candidate for sheriff fnc first four rows on the ballot are given over to Republican candidates for county and local offices bearing designations A B C and D The Democratic The nlanii was sounded during a session of the Piremerrs Relief As socuUton in progress at the head quarters of the Moyamcnsing Hoolc and Ludder Company The alarm wn sent in from Box 41 at Ninth street and Edgniont avenue MNEMAN KILLEDINSTALL Sept 14 Smith 43 a lineman for the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company was killed early today when he fell 20 feet to a concrete road way while making an emergency re iv pole near Pennsburg Ho wus town councilman at East Green villc and nlso fire chief Topics of T5 nies uuv one uiougni police might have an unclaimed bike around police headquarters She called Detective Captain Feeney and sure eifugh he found just what the lad wanted What a happy boyit vvas when he marched out of police station with the wheel and his job assured OHULS iViarsion fnnadelphia WUCH iu was sirucs by a 1933 champion and Sidney W Noyes i by Buck Saundcrs Jr Ardsley N Y finished all even pcntvidge street Philadelphia at the end of the morning round of Al three drivers were arrested and i 18 holes in their 3Ghoe quarterfinals the case was called in police match today in the National Amateur I coiirt today it was continued for n GoJf Championship week at the request of Attorney Noyes graduate of Yale and con Archie Levy who represented Sny queror of Johnny Fisher record dzr breaking medalist made a great I comeback after being 3 down at the I SCHOOL LAW PROVISION For 20 days he said lvc a007 unable to sell milk from 48 vuwa and were compslled to pour it on thc cows WOMAN BREAKS ARM o5 M stillc of Dupont street Ridley Park who fell down a of three steps at her home several nights ago suffering a broken arm is reported to be improving satisfac torily in Taylor Hospital 2 YOUNG WOMEN CRASHVICTIMS TODAYS j Attempt to Pass Truck on Chester Pike Proves Dis Special Deputy U S Attorney Gen P and G The next column lettered H is given over to Prohibition Party candidates and I lie next marked I is for Socialist Party candidates then Continued on Pagc Fifteen era diet A Keyes ycstcrdnv set ivtitn sei j iujpu uuacr cacu other in WORKPRS TM OTf September 27 as thc date for the trial the first column Row A shows the v vijAio ii of 96 persons who have been Indicted nlrne of Major General William G PrAAfPG fnr i Price Jr In thr nrvf mu T PLANTS ORGANIZE activities in this county This date was announced notwith standing the act thivt tomorrow C E Riddell speaker for NRA nle lact lhivt lomorroi Scldressed about 1000 oil workers from i attorneys for thc defcns i thn Rinrinir c Aii i will appear before Federal Judc the name of William Right and in i he fourth row D tlie name of Dr Brown In the fifth row E Is tlie ouij HUOUL luuu on workers froii 10th when l5foot hJJVe bCCM by the Sinclair Sun and Pure Oil Coin 11U11C ot and in the sixth F putt for a birdie 3 Oj the school dis panics at Ukrainian Hall Fourth and n i Hi i the name of sheriilcamliaale Peel in tn ijii 1 U let tnat the school dirppfnrc arti in i Wnvrl shnotQ have he indictments set aside j Democratic Candidates ji nv iiitu ril 15 tlie Juuge i niunc of McBridc and in lhe sixth F HILL ior a uiraie 3 ut iliu uisi Then they bothbirdied the elev Vilfr f directors Rre un j W2rcl stcets enth and twelfth with long putts i Junlo USe th6 Noyes squared the match by winning torumf for the thirteenth with a birdie 3 ass v o M L uij j i T ui uvk La j i iliuui a I lu CilliaiUfLlCS them the use of the The chairman of the consists of former Tnc of Hcnublican can High School audijHF Green and other speakers were n tlal0i for appear in Februarj EF Fordham president of the Vis 5 V m Connori Iho second column with Allen In planned a Christian cose workers organization and E j wvc mdictmenls row A in lho scc Kiiii Ontiot otiashed is based on thn nrirnmpnt l lnL ALlc WASHINGTON Sept Todays selling price of gold at the Federal Reserve Bank was fixed bv the Treasury at S2977 per ounce as compared with yesterday wj 111 the lead by winning that hole with a par 4 Marston came back with a birdie 4 via a lowfoot putt to win i the seventeenth and square the match again They halved the eighteenth and went to lunch square jiftcr shooting a pair of 7 par Jjjalston husJjy xchampion Reinhart of the Americ of Labor On the sixteenth royes fored into M statc lawbe uscd of Labor le lead by winning tha hole with a religious purposes More than 400 attending the meet t I in nnid nnH IOH inrf T r r tvi vjav is based on thc tlat lhe jUors were illegally chosen WILL PLAV ACTIVITIES A meeting of the executive commit tee of the Chester Boys Club will be ing paid dues and signed membership applications in the organization fore the Mr Knyes who will argue against the defense move tomorrow intimated that he will put about 200 witnesses astrous for Them ion the stand after the trial 0 declared todny that he did not It is exDOcird Jlc governments case to rc finH iimico TTJ V V i HIUIC tppucaiions will be voluntarily I01t than three weeks in pres of those indicted is re 7 five bird winter activities and problem relat the Amer PederUi Ulg flnances wiu be discussed was unanimously voted Continued on Last Page 33 GERMANS GET MARK FOR DEATH while Noyes had three Noyes came back in 32 three under par and I within one stroke of his recordtying 131 on the back nine in thc second i An unsuccessful attempt to pass a 1llalifymg round HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Press AT KOCKINGHUi Feathers Hair Trigger Shine Carsono Par Weather cloudy track fast AT LINCOiLX FIELDS Interpreter Joyce Joe Old Bill March King Monks First v Ktivcra Gunfire Justice Helen Bab Weather cloudy track fast Federal Judge Dickinson Raps the Liquor Business London Herald Says Head quarters There Gets Order to Kill on Sight CONDON Sent Tlie whole liquor tainted with evil and business Is to jail than the other situation of cant go i man having the power to rre ate a monopoly by granting liquor vard in Ridley Park resulted in scri HAGERSTOWN u Thp iniifiprf iBriarwere found along the Wash inc injurea are Miss Elizabeth ington Count v Branch o tlie B lv iuu t1 L 1VII1S Lac power avemc Railroad The boys sitting on the ncar ltr without touching evil Pediatc a monopoly by grantin w Reancy track calinS strek by a j Judge Oliver B Dickinson of during a II ool he wns clc tion in Taylor Hospital suffering CHURCH KlXDERGAFxTEX J rrhlscd brewcl per trom severe shock fractured nose and I in rnuaaeipma inoriel jrom heaven nr lacerated scalp Miss Reaney us also Thc kindergarten school connected aun of 32 beev is partial couldnt change thc situation m the hospital receiving treatment with tne First Italian Prcsbvterinn Vie said which will be j Judge Dickinson his for a deep laceration fracUircd Church Third and Fulton streets re as flaSM1Hly as absolute j views during thc heariiif of a pcti collarbone and brush burns Pellc Monday with an enrollment of J on by Thomas C Berry Chester magistrate for an order compelling 1 vania Leo A Crosson Federal supervisor Maryland politicil favors to his next Monday many uilti j of the opinion that the trial would IIP j started then The new date is 10 days later but many foresee another delay if Judge Welsh does not quash thc indictments against the entire group of accused individuals UN Another investigation was started to yln yesurdiy inio alleged consphacies i in Philadelphia While this probe i will not bt an extensive as iht one into conditions in this county the s Clllb fov Nazte eovernmrnt Is known to be seekln PrJ Hcrilld Charged today ihe inclirtment of more than 150 peri JJ0 lnrt oni of lhcmhil him sons and the smashing of five major f1 ll a CVPIV tone his tKxiy roads a notice displayed prominently at the club the news SHOWERS TODAY 11 no F of lhc Germans recently paper asserted Photogrnphs of each of the 33 ex uuiiaroone ana brusn burns Peneo inonciay witn an enrollment of From what police have been able I9 Sessions are held in the r I8th Amendment was to ascertain Miss Murray who was room of the church and thc 14 ago people ririiiniT L scholars are taught bv Mrs Dano country suspected there was Tedesco wife of the pastor i crookedness in the granting of H s driving the car attempted to pass the truck which was also going toward Darby when the automobile was forced into the loose stone ballast between the trolley tracks A wheel of the car caught in the trolley tracks sending it spinning across the road j directly in the path of a car travel in e ing in the opposite direction The Tedesco wife of the pastor DISCUSSES censes by the courts to liquor deal he continued If the United States Government gives its permit supervisors arbitrary second of two conferences summoned 1 power to issue liquor permits to by officials of the United Lutheran i whom they please it will cause a re cnurcn to study menns of relieving i currence of the old 1 jV M11ULHU depleted finances convened today The IVSc linl1 T5K I 1 3 1t n nivi uti i j thp PROBABLY TOMORROW werS on lhe Ulp Named in thn alleged order include Philip Schieidemann first chancellor svc predicted today and of thc republic of Germany Otto probably tomorrow with little change Wrls former chairman of the Ger in tempmime in Eastern Pcnnsyl 1rly alld Llon Jersey Delaware and CThree outlaws of temperature here yes permit for the old Chester Brewery at terday was degrees at 3 vj m and forthcomine trial of five C1Xester thelowest was 60 at 8 a m The burniniy of the ReichVtitr Crpsscn refused the permit last average of 66 was throe degrees be These three an month as he suspected Berry of normal for thc dato and six formcr lender o mg a straw man for Zrkc Parker grccs below normol September 13 i parliamentary Socialist IO1 ITlCr T1IQ t n Micf f V i vvi 1 i i i U S Girl Smacks Paris Masher in Seems like it waa she and not he who made a hit Police bent firemen in a tugof wiuat Clevelands annual field day meet which is doubtless explained by fact the police are more familiar with the pull Proposed musicians code asks minimum wage of an hour for professional banjo players Sounds like easy picking And now the newest slogan Join the Navy nnd See Cuba Return of school days offers a break for the busy mother Now sha wont have to hire some one to taka care of the children while she goes out and plays bridge If they really want a president in Cuba who can command popular sup port why doesnt somebody nomin ate Sloppy Joe Huey Longs athletic trainer and boxmK conch says Long will return to the Senate tills fall weighing 15 pounos loss and fit ns a fiddle And may we hope a little more in tune Just cant wait to swat the first pest this winter who buttons up hia overcoat and murmurs Is it coda enough for you Just when business appears to bs waking up along comes this sleep ing sickness Report from Indianapolis that six alligators have been caught in tha White river near there though 7003 hadnt missed any Maybe wed bet ter go slow about this repeal business The Weather former Pennsylvania state police last year man who others bv a indicted was held in Philadelphia Sept rather src men violating the law and taking chances on going Jmy two and Maximum temperature for in formed Judge Dickinson reserved decision Daylight Saving time Ernst Torcler former leader of the Continued on Pijfc Fifteen WASHINGTON Sept UP Forecast for tonisbt and Friday Kastern Pennsylvania Rain this afternoon and lonifht Friday prob a lily fair not much change in pcrature Western Pennsylvania Ctoudy with shoivcrs this afternoon and in south portion toniffht cooler in south portion toniyht Friday fair Xcw Jersey Rain this aflcrnoon and tonight cooler In southeast por tion tonight Friday cloudy TODAYS TEMPERATURES S a m 58 11 a m 55 7 a m 56 Noon 57 8 a m 16 p m 58 9 a m 3i 2 p m 53 10 a m 55
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