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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 15, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania Wf DO CART FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TH 17698 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press and International News Service INS UP CHESTER PA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1E5 1933 TWENTY PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS DAIRYMEN TO GET CHANGE IN CODE HEARINGS OVER Counsel for Agricultural Administration Promises Revision CLAIRE LOSES BALM VERDICT Threats of Milk Strike From Farmers in Five States Believed Over Farmers from five States who pro tested the new Philadelphia milk shed marketing agreement today had assurances from Thomas M Wood ward counsel for the Agricultural Adjustment Administration who pre sided at a fourday rehearing in Philadelphia that the code will be drastically revised Woodward openly indicated he was Influenced strongly by the failureof the ScottPowell Dairies to answer charges of using coercive measures against farmers in a bondselling scheme vand declared Secretary of Agriculture Wallace had ample power to subpena the firm Almost at once the Department of Agriculture at Washington spurred into action by sensational disclosures at the precedentsetting hearing an nounced changes in forthcoming milk codes Hereafter according to a ruling by George Peek the A A A adminis trator milk codes will not be im posed until after a 30day tria period consumers will be protected by maximum price limitations am the government will scrutinize the books of dairy distributors with view to ascertaining their profits Charles Edwin Pox former dis trict attorney and counsel for the Milk Code Protest Committee with a membership of 15000 farmers de manded a Federal Trade Commission investigation of the ScottPowel practices The peaceful conclusion of the meeting was believed by interested parties to have abated threats of a milk strike made by some groups of farmers that demanded immediate action It seems to me the representatives could have no difficulty in arriving at common ground Woodward said as he brought the hearing in Phila delphia to an end last night I The Agricultural Adjustment act was passed to aid farmers by increas ing the prices of farm products The aim was to do this as speedily as pos sible through the mechanism of mar keting agreements The agreement that was drafted migh have been better If there are any defects and there seem to be from the far reaching evidence pro duced I am sure the Secretary of Agriculture will remedy THUGSEVEN TOOK MOTORISTS PANTS i Rain to Continue Over Weekend The weatherman promises no letup in the continuous nilnwhich has dumpcned the spirits nnd clothes of Delaware conntinns since late Wednesday The forecast for today is pos sibly showers and for tomorrow Since March Hie nun has held this area in an almost constant grip RninfnU for this year up to 8 a m yesterday was 4398 inches 1443 inches above the normal total nt this date Every month since March has had an aboveaverage total with the highest rocord set In August when the fall was more than nine Inches OFF FOR R F C TO LEND BILLION TO AID US INDUSTRIES Banks to Get Funds at 3 Per Cent to Expand Credit Must Relend It Monetary Program to Be Defined in Announce ment by Roosevelt Soon WASHINGTON Sept Copy right 1933 By United A def inite announcement of the immediate monetary policy of the United States will be made within 30 days the United Press was informed today by a high administration leader The Reconstruction Finance Corporation advanced the governments easy credit Claire Windsor of the stage and screen is shown in court at Los Angeles policy by offering to lend banks SI COAL OPERATORS SIGN CODE TODAY STRIKESTO END deadlock Broken After Conference of Com pany Heads and Union Leaders WitH Seen as a promise Over Draft Submitted by Admin istrator Johnson Admitting that is nothingto prevent my reportingto the Vrvsiclrn the result of my observations Senator William G McAdon Is shown nhovr as he sailed from New Yorlc for Russia with his daughter Illcn Known n ait aclvocnte of United States recognition of the Soviet IIP denied however that liis trip was bringmade in my official capacity PREPAREDNESS PLEA IS MADE BY GENERAL PRICE n s s ou os ngees pocy y oerng o en ans to the verdict in the suit filed against her by Mrs Marian j 000000000 to be released to aid busij Retired OL Na tional Guard Addresses Media Rotarians Young Read who charges the blond actress alienated the affections of her husband Alfred C Read Jr Read was awarded 575000 2 PERSONS HURT WHEN AUTO SKIDS Car Crashes Into Truck at Ninth and Kerlin Streets Two persons were injured one seri SCHOOL COAL BINS NOT FILLED Condition Due to Holder of Contract Being pered by Strikes Ham Paced with a cold and rainy morn ously when an automobile in which j ing with many of the schools in the they were riding skidded into a city without an adequate supply of heavilyladen truck at Ninth and coal with which to start fires and no Kerlin streets last night I promise of a good break in the The casualties Miss Isabellp rins weather for the remainder of the day Jne casualties MISS isaoelle Ginsthe school district authorities this berg 20 Thirteenth and Market morning decided that for the sake streets Linwood fractured pelvis Of thehealth of pupils sessions in a Meyer Simkm 2210 Ridge avenue number of the schools should be sus Philadelphia fracture of the leftpended for the full day ness revival The monetary announcement it was said will define within certain halts the Immediate status of the American dollar and may indicate tosome extent the level at which the dollar will fluctuate It may reveal the administrations intentions as to actual currency inflation so as to give the public a clearer understand ing of what to expect In the way of price fluctutations Refusal of the White House to dis cuss monetary and inflation matters in the face of a rising title of infla tion sentiment among congressmen has led to insistent demands by bankers and business men that the monetary program be defined Conservative administration mem STAGE REVOLT IN PINAR PROVINCE ONCUBAJEGIME 100 Troops Seize Control of a Town Put to Rout by Royalists Signatures Ready Before Evening and This Action Officials Say Will Cause Holiday Miners to Return to Pennsylvania Pinchot Sends State Troopers Instead of Guard to Preserve Order Praises Citizen Soldiers as San Martin Government Forming First Line De fense With Army Continued on Page Sixteen promise of a good break in the AT uptiMipr for thp rpmnindpr nf the rlav JUiVH0 HJrM Acting Captain Patrick Hanley has had several amusing experiences during his years of service on the local police force but an experience he had this morning will be remem bered by htm for the remainder of his life Shortly after 1 a m Pats peace of mind was disturbed by the raucous and continuous honking of an auto mobile horn After several minutes of the noise Pat decided to Investi gate and opposite police station on Fourth street there sat the horn looter in a parked car Cut that noise out before I ar rest you shouted Hanley to the mo torist Dp you want to wake up everyone in the neighborhood No officer replied the bewildered and frightened one I was only trying to attract the attention of a cop I want to report a holdup but I cant come out in this rain as I have no pants Hanley then listened to his story The motorist said he was parked on Highland avenue when two youths came along and took him for every thing he had Including his pants The name of the victim was not di vulged for various reasons it being whispered that there was a woman in the case shoulder Both were admitted to the Chester Hospital to where they were removed by passing motorists Police learned that Miss Ginsberg was a passenger in Simians auto mobile Simkin 5as traveling west on Ninth street and it is believed he applied his brakes for the traffic light and his car turned sideways on the slippery paving and struck a truck operated by H H McKay of Mal semic Park Va McKay was arrested on a technical charge and when given a hearing in police court today was held in bail for a continued hearing pending the outcome of the victims injuries The matter of decision was placed AT L FIRST NINE HOLES KENWOOD COUNTRY CLUB CINCINNATI O Sept Jack Munger 18yearold Dallas in the hands of the heads of the horse and Max Marston various schools and in some cases 41yearold Philadelphia excham where there was an adequate supply of fuel in the bins the sessions were held as usual In the majority of the grade schools the sessions were terminated for the day in continu anceof the half session held yester day in grade schools because of the wet weather The pupils reported for school at the regular hour this morning and were allowed to return shortly afterward At the high school it was announced that a full session would be held as usual with the probability of an early dismissal plon finished the first 9 holes of play all even in their 36hole semi final today in the national amateur golf championship In the other match Lawson Lit tle 23year old San Franciscan who yesterday eliminated the defending champion Roes Somerville met George T Dunlap Jr Flushing L I N Y twice intercollegiate champion who went to the semifinals of the 1933 British amateur championship The gallery following the Little Dunlap match numbered about 400 Another accident was reported by i jn afternoon the same ruling apJ Marston and Munger were all even John G Schlogal 7 Parkway who to the junior high schools at the end of 3 holes of piny They said that while his car was parked on the ast meeting of the direchalved the first hole in 4s and then Fourth street near Engle street it j tora the coa situation was was rammed by a car operated by I and it was hoped tnat the weather Thomas A lllo Pine lane might continue favorable until con causing slight damage Viven was nrduions in tha cpal regions had im resced and later released m his own proved to a point where the dealer recognizance to i An earnest plea for preparedness especially through an efficient Na tional Guard organization was made by Major General William G Price Jr of this city yesterday in an address before the Rotary Club of Media at the luncheon meeting held in the Media Inn Let us keep our powder dry and our forces intact declared General Price Those of us who witnessed the terrible destruction of the World War and realize the utter uselessness of it all will do our very utmost to avoid another war but we cannot tell what will happen Any little act might fire a conflagration in Europe and although we all earnestly hope we would not become mixed up in It we might Modern methods of travel and communication have cut down dis tances and have placed one country at the mercy of another contlnuec General Price Look at the recen visit of the Italian air armada to this country Those planes could easily have carried enough modern gasses to have wiped out any of our large cities The speaker told of the recommen dations of General Washington afte the close of the Revolution for threi national military schools but Con DAMAGED VESSEL TO UNDERGO REPAIRS whenwated neanng Another parked car was damaged by an alleged hit and run driver according to a complaint filed with police Elmer R Lindermuth owner of the damaged car said it was parked on Twelfth street and was struck by another car owned by John C Marker 1100 Hancock street DEMOCRAT RALLY IN THE EAST END be able to fulfill his contract Continued on Page Sixteen The 20 members of the crew at the Norwegian steamship Nidareid which arrived Wednesday night at the plant of the American Dyewood Com pany foot of Lamokinstreet after being badly damaged when en countered a hurricane about 60 miles off the north of San Salvador last Saturday were resting aboard ship today As soon as the weather will per mit the work of discharging the cargo will begin When the work has been completed the vessel will be The group of Democrats repre sented by C E Riddell John J Stet ser candidates for council and Michael Reps George Staus and P Lee Sparks for Schoolboard held a meeting in the hall corner of Eighth and Caldwell streets last night About 300 people were present Addresses were made by the candidate and the issues of the campaign set forth O Hoffman and James R Kent presided at the meeting Complaints were registered by par ents residing in this district because of the lessened hours of school chil FLOOD REFUGEES NEED FURNITURE Red Cross Makes Appeal in Behalf of Tinicum Township Families taken to the Sun Shipbuilding and dren at the neighboring schoolr It is Drydock Company foot of Morton avenue for repairs AS GAMES POSTPONED Rain today again forced postpone ment of the doubleheader scheduled between the Philadelphia Athletics and the St Louis Browns A double header will be played Saturday if the weather permits HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BY United Press claimed this shortening of school hours impairs the students standing entering college because of the lack of credits in certain subjects Managers of the Democrat campaign took notes of the complaints and will present them to the proper authori ties Trains Guns on Rebels in Havana Hotel WASIIINTON Sept The bituminous conl code deadlock was broken today with agreement on a compromise code nnd a union lufoor wngc contruct promised to president Roosevelt by night I Signing of the code offloiuls snld will bring nu Immediate end to the Pennsylvania strike and avert ix threatened spread of the strike to every coalproducing region In IhG country Confronted by a virtual command to agree on a code by night or feel the sting of governmental nction the conl operators worked desperately with union leaders nnd NRA officials to clrnr up all disputed points President Roosevelt for the sec ond time was forced lo cull opera tors nnd union leaders to a night conference at the White House to speed action on the conl code Just after operators and union leaders assured him that a code would be agreed upon the President received word from Governor Gtfforcl Pinchot of Pcnnsylvanln that the conl regions lind quieted after the battles yesterday The proposed conl code worked out after operators flatly rejected the coclo presented by Hugh S Johnson recovery administrator last week Is regarded as a compromise While Uie code was still subject to change it was understood that re IsJon of provisions giving the govern ncnt wide control over labor nnd irlces wns made to meet some ob jections of operators Greater autonomy for the various coal producing areas was expected to be In the final agreement Creation of a government agency in thp In terior department similar to that pro vided for the oil industry was un derstood to be considered The President received 25 operators and union labor lenders in the oval room of the White House where ho has his study last night After a con ference lasting an hour and a halt the President said I have definitely outlined tonight the urgent reasons for immediato agreement on a conl code Without exception the operators present rep resenting the major coal producing ruoas nnd the representatives of tho United Mine Workers of America have given to me their that the code in Its present form is for the larger part acceptable and Continued on Page Sixteen HAVANA Cuba Sept right 1933 by United revolutionary government fighting to put down a counterrevolution in Pinar Del Rio Province surrounded the National Hotel in Havana today with light artillery machine guns and troops to prevent an outbreak by 300 rebellious army officers Two 75millimeter guns were trained on the hotel where the officers were gathered One was near the Maine monument and the other on Several winningpoints were scored Twentyfirst street Machine guns j today nt the mornillff sesslon by mcn covered the grounds nnd entrances J Troops had the hotel surrounded nnd j in the county rum ring probe cut off No one could enter or leave during arguments on the motions to HEAR ARGUMENTS IN COUNTY PROBE Men Indicted in Rum Ring Investigation Score Fa vorable Points not oven newspapermen or women relatives of the officers qnnsh the indictments against State The Telephone nnd telegraph lines to the hotel were cut off i crs Senator John J McClure and 62 oth PINAR DEL RIO Cuba Sept Copyright 1933 by United By telephone to revolt ngalnst the provisional government spread in Pinar Del Rio province to day with fighting in progress An ambulance with wounded ar rived here today The engagement in which they were wounded was re ported to have occurred near Caurtcl Rnvcna Details of not available i Despite the efforts of the govcrn The arguments are being heard be fore Federal Judge George A Welsh in the federal building Philadelphia The defense battery of legal talent Is being led by former Judge James Gay Gordon Sr John R K Scott Wil liam T Connor and Charles Edwin Fox It was brought out that the names of prospective jurors were nskccl of all Munger won tho second hole with a par 3 Munger missed a 20foot putt for a birdie by an inch Marston won the third hole with a par 5 when he was trapped with his fourth shot Dunlop won the first hole from Little with a par 4 when the San Francisco youngster was trapped on his tee shot The Texan won the fourth hole with a par 4 when the excham pion was trapped on his drive They halved the fifth in par 3s Dunlap went 2 up by taking the second hole with a par 3 when Lit tle was stymied and took a 4 Dun lap captured the third with a par fourth and fifth holes in par figures gress established only one at West Point The states he said preferred lnclu lo CQUCCU Senators Including Scnntor McClure Whether the locnl Senntor MAVOY SWORN AS U S ATTORNEY Takes Oath Administered by Federal Judge 0 B Dickinson in Phila In fi flower bedecked courtroom Charles D McAvoy of Norristown today In Philadelphia was sworn in as United States attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania nn office he once held during the nd minlstrutfon of President Wilson Sponsored by Joseph P Guffey of Pittsburgh prominent state Demo cratic leader McAvoy was appointed by President Roosevelt to succeed Edward W Wells the Republican In cumbent who had resigned McAvoy was sworn in by Federal Judge Oliyer B Dickinson who pre sided with Judge J Whitaker Thomp son o the United States Circuit of he commended group could not 01 me be learned ruim llic bliina UK yiuitiiiu u irtjfitirmc vinro I In r it un u to maintain their militia forces I I Federal Jury Commissioner James rather than support a nationalarmy t Knnln Gnicspic 1723 Pairmount avenue Every war in which this country Continued on Pace Sixteen JUDGE FRONEFIELD HAD FINE VACATION down after nn er ratic start that cost him the first three holes Marston evened his match by win American Red Cross representatives j ning the sixth hole with a birdie of the Chester Branch Home Service j 4 after a beautiful mashie niblick section who yesterday afternoon made one of the regular inspection tours of the Tinicum flood area where they have been working out a relief problem of considerable magnitude within five feet of the pin Munger missed a 1foot putt which would have given him a birdie too They halved the seventh hole in par 4s George Dunlap semifinalist in the President Judge WRoger Frone field of MoylanRose Valley re turned home late yesterday from his summer camp at Rangeley Lake Maine where he had been since the close of the June term of court He will sit in Motion Court at Media today with Judges John M Broomall 3rd and Albert Dutton MacDade Judge Fronefield said he had n sjood rest and was much benc fitted bv his vacation Troops fit the Simla Cruz rifle range were reported to have joined the group of officers soldiers and civilians which started the movement beginning with seizure of the town Continued on Page Sixteen HARRBONSEES MONEY INFLATION Senator Says Congress TJ S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Sept The Treasury net balance for Sept 13 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts for the day British champion vnd Lawson Little wcrc 5242452887 since the storm several weeks ago finished all square at the end of nine I Customs receipts for the month rendered many of the inhabitants j holes homeless were kept busy on their i visit reassuring residents who have returned to their homes that the danger point has been passed Conditions although still serious are showing steady improvement and the flooded area is being pumped clear of water The survey of the refugees needs yesterday revealed through Sept 13were Continued on Page Sixteen Butler Urges Allied Force as Fairest Intervention RETAIL GASOLINE iGOVT AID FOR Philadelphia admitted under ques tioning of Judge Gordon that the names of the jurors were chosen nt his home on the night of January 25 He declared that at the time he was indisposed and had the jury wheel sent to his home It was nlso admitted by George Brodbcck clerk of the U S District Court and T L Cobaugh deputy clerk that it has been the custom for the past 25 years to send out letters to bankers and leading citi zens asking them to recommend per sons for Federal jury duty Brod beck said he did not sign the letters n If l tntlt were sent out for the March Will Vote It 11 AclmimS CmnclJury Court t ration Fails Continued on Page Sixteen R A Nif RAIN PREDICTED Continued cloudy and rain today More rain is scheduled for tomorrow Little change in temperature is likely The highest temperature yesterday was 63 degrees at 245 p m and the lowest 57 at 9 a m The average of 60 was eight degrees less than normal The highest on record for September 14 was 80 in 1931 and the lowest 46 in 1011 Sunrise today was at 642 a m and sunset will be nt 711 p m eastern daylight saving time that were recessed nt 1 p m the arguments were to be continued at 2 p m Topics of Tames WASHINGTON Sept MAN LOST FROM Roosevelt will use his powers for monetary inflation shortly Senator Pat Harrison Mississippi chair man of the powerful Senate Finance Committee predicted Congress will pass mandatory in flation legislation unless the admin istration acts before the next session It rained here for two days but this repeal stuff seems to be a flood pipes Political Dan SUN OIL TANKER Chicago reporuTburglar broke into a home and stole nothing but a saxophone Police arc completely NEW YORK Sept baffled as all the neighbors have he added Sweeping discretionary S S Sun 50 milrs off Cape HatterM reported losing a man overboard perfect alibis power for DEALERS CODE IMPROVEMENT j t currency expansion and devaluation of the gold dollar was given to the Presi dent in the Thomas amendment to the Fnrm Relief Act passed at the i iast sessionV Hemay alsostcp up the 3542 north and 7455 west Automatic safety expert warns heavy sea today and broadcast a drivers that pedestrians in our cities request for all vessels to watch for j are increasing by leaps and bounds him RadioMarine Corporation an Apparently that explains how they nounccd i are doing it The companys Chatham station picked up the steamers position at Clear Explanation GivenWill Appropriate Portion open market operations of the Fed eral Reserve banks Farm prices must be raised to ben by Speaker at Meeting Held in West End of Cost of Chester Pike Area Sewage System Continued on Page Sixteen I He may be on or near a box the j steamer reported as he was carried away by a sea Please keep watch The S S Sun is owned by the Sun Oil Company Audit shows busted Ohio bank lost as the depositors still have a to hold Two hundred men assembled In H S Munson Ridley Park council Red Mens Hall Third and Jeffrey j mnn and head of the sewer board of streets last night for the mass meetthe Stoney Creek Cnmi Creek find j ing heId by the Delaware County Re 1 tail Gasoline Dealers Association Little Crum Creek nrcap told mem bers of the board in session in Ridley County Science Institute Founded 100 Years Ago Anybody who has followed tha activities of General Johnson and the NRA doesnt have to reivd Whos Who in America to learn Who3 Hugh in America Now let us reapeal As Maine goes so goes the nation to read As tha nation goes so goos Maine James F Faulkner representative rk AT LINCOLN FIELDS Song Sun Thorn Dark Entry Sea Weather cloudy track heavy AT ROCKINGHAM Buck Golden Effort Power Scepter Deep Weather cloudy track heavy An allied landing force composed Walt street debt collecting expedition of RoosevcltV dcr nnroison of sailors and marines from all the American republics was proposed to Butler at his Newtown Square home as the fairest method of intervening in the affairs of any of the nations of the western hemisphere I certainly hope that it will never again be necessary to land American Bailors and marines in a sovereign i country on this side of the world I the former marine general declared if it becomes necessary to pre by our government Butler explained his idea was the j olme t Emergency Committee of Retail Gas nlinp iii charrro nf thp nil I CLIU ol Yirmtrlv Next Thursday September 21 the interested in things scientific or The Weather s in charge of the oil tho trunk line Delaware County Institute of Science torical The collections are fruit of many yeirs in the marine code gave a thorough discussion of and disposn plant will celebrate its hundredth nnniver the finest of their kind and include ana me aiipUbUiJllul oiH hnianirnl iritV corps and of more than 30 years of service as a member of expeditions to Haiti Santo Domingo Cuba Panama Colombia Mexico Honduras and Nicaragua I know that many of those ex peditions were nothing but collection trips for the bad debts contracted by the Wall street bankers he said many intricate matters considered by the committee and the effects the code will have on the individual dealer Mr Faulkner who halls from Balti more Md and is considered one of the foremost workers for the retail dealers in the country told of the j long fight that has been going on Sn M1 In the event of revolution in an Washington for the adoption of the at the rate a grant from the government Mr Munson received his informa tion following a recent conference with Assistant State Engineer Wicfe ersham at Harrisburg appointed by the government to handle details of the Recovery Act in this state Tlie terms of the Recovery Act will require meetings to be held in Institute Hal on South avenue Media The cele bration will bring to a close a cen tury of scientific literary and histor ical work that has won recognition and praise from the best minds in the country the United States Gov ernment itself having on many oc n botanical collection with complete flora of Delaware county mineralogi cal collection ornithological conchol ogical historical records deeds relics of battles books of his tory and other archeological India relics collection of the smalleranimals of Delaware county snake collection and the anthropo American nation Butler would have code that common labor be paid 1 casions madepublic its appreciation logical section of the museum Besides of 50 cents an hour and i of the good work done by the Inj these interesting features the whole serve law and order then I think the th3 President consult with the dipi I believe the code in its present i per hour skilled mechanics at the rate of stitute President of the Unitsd States should j lomatic representatives nsk several ofthe Central and South American republics American republics to cooperate in tha expedition by contributing war ships and men That would remove any stigma that intervention was planned as a of all the form is workable and satisfactory to Representatives were present at the both the consumer and to the dealer meeting from the boroughs of Swarth United they could urge the wis he said The committee tried to get j more Prospect Park Rutledge and dom of restofing law and order in i away from price fixing and its pitfalls Ridley Park and Nether Providence but due to tho war now waging among township Morton borough and the neighboring country he said Continued on Sixteen Continued on Page Sixteen I Continued on Page Sixteen The morning meeting next Thurs day will opeiTat 10 oclock with an inspection of all the collections in library of 10000 volumes will be thrown open to the public From 12 oclock noon to 1 oclock the officers of the Institute will act the Institute building the members as a reception committee for the vis of the society acting as guides and reception committee This meeting as also the evening session will be open to all adult persons who are iting delegates some of whom are to come from as far west as Chicago Continued oa Face Sixteen WASHINGTON Sept Forecast for tonight and Saturday Eastern Pennsylvania Kain proliably heavy tonight and Saturday littla change in temperature New Jersey Rain probably heavy tonight and Saturday little cliango in temperature cast or northeast sales on the const and strong north east winds probably reaching Rala force in interior Saturday Western Pennsylvania Rain to night and Saturday little rhaiife in temperature TODAYSf TEMPERATURES 6 a m 56 7 a rn 56 11 a m 57 8 a m 56 Noon 57 9 a m 56 1 p m 57 10 a m 56 2 p au
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