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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WE DO OUR PART 58TH 17706 Dally Leased Wire Reports ot United Press UP stid International News Service INS FINAL EDITJON With All Latest and News of the Day FRICK COAL CO STILL ALOOF FROMNRACODE Akin to Henry Ford Case No Sign of Attitude Yet Intimated CHESTER LA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1933 THREATENED HEIRESS AND ACCUSED Time Limit for Signing Expires in Week to Fix Wage Minimum WASHINGTON Sept Another Ford case loomed fo the NRA today if the powerful H C FricK Coke Company of Pennsylvania a subsidiary of the United States Steel Corporation fails to sign the bitumi nous coal code With the code becoming effective a week from today NRA officials said the Fnck company had given no in timation of its attitude on the code Keenly anxious to bring the com pany under the code especially be cause of its relation to the United States Steel Corporation it was re ported authoritatively that negotia tions are under wav between NRA of ficials and those of the Frick com pany The Frick situation according to advices received here is the key to the Western Pennsylvania holiday with 35000 miners declaring they will not work until the coal code becomes effective Trouble is feared if a new conflict over the coal code arises In addition to the Pennsylvania coal labor situation Governor Pollard of Virginia was notified of a serious situation in southwestern Virginia where miners have struck Because the United Mine Workers has arisen to a new and command ing position in ah sections of the bituminous coal industry it is ex pected President John L Lewis will take action to halt the holidays and strikes ifnecessary With Lewis recuperatingfrom the effect of day and night labor for many weeks in the negotiations of me coal code and wage contracts with Appalachian operators district presi dents and other international officers were preparingto explain the situs o lion at minersmeetings Seven persons were killed and more acui NRA officials expected to 50 lnJured many so seriously 1931 hv final proposals for wage mintaSms I thcmay die in of auto1 bx News Ssrvce for several sections not covered n blis and trolle crashes the Bas Hernandez veteran rev u Philadelphia metropolitan area over i olutionary leader who had been the weekend a checkup revealed sought by government troops In transcontinental bus upset at put in an appear near Reading Thev were P G 2 e at the Residential palace to McGann 62 and Miss Rose by his three sons stern 25 both of Pittsburgh Their Hernandez denied he had led thP was made today by i bodies were extricated after an hourIime n rcvolt asainst thcnew Cuban the State Advisory Board of the Fedi work Joseph E Walsh of Harrkreglme ani1 Eaid tnat he contrary Public Works 1 burg the driver said the heavv approves the admin regarding applications received thus vehicle upset when he swerved to I stratlon of President Ramon Grau the t avoid strikinga man who suddenlv San MaiJtin He at reports State asking permission to participate appeared on the roadway A number 1 carller that hc was beine Jto be distributed under of passengers including McGanns mought to Havana in chains ROOSEVELT AIMS TO FREE FROZEN FUNDS IN BANKS Would Release Cash in Closed Institutions Rather Than Inflate Wants Hankers to Extend Credit Revealed at White House Parley WASHINGTON sept President Koosevelt today sought to release billions of Impounded in closed banks Ho stood pat on his policy of credit expansion as R suffi cient inflationary movement at this time This was revealed after a three conference nt GOOD PROGRAM FOR KIWANIANS An Interesting program has been promised the members of the Kl wnnis Club for thrfr weekly meeting to be held Wednesday noon at the Y W C A building Seventh and Sproul streets Harry K Butcher superintendent of Stiumton Military Academy Staunton Virginia and a former regional director of the Alexander Hamilton Institute will address the jincethiff arrangements for which by chairman Charles SUNDAY SPORTS BILL ATTACKED IN PENNA COURT Bill Filed Asks Injunction Against Printing endum 1 COL TURNER BREAKS COAST TO COAST MARK Thc announced thc Klwanis slate convention to be held in Washington Pa October 2 3 and 4 must bc in his possession immediately the Weclncsduv meeting SEASON AT END Good old Daylight SnvinB Time iMni pasrci to he at M Move Cites Reasons for Assembly Measures Un constitutionalily HUNTINGDON Pa Sept sports in yanla a legislative biiRliear or mure than u century fncrcl thr gauntlet of court litigation today OI Challenging the conslihitioiiullty of l football almost a direct night local police on the cnsc 7 KILLED 50 HURT CUBAN REVOLT IN MANY CRASHES CHIEF IN HAVANA Automobiles Bus and Trol ley Accidents Figure in Weekend Mishaps Hernandez Sought by Loyal Troops Goes lo See President of ot lhu clccloral The action conUUtc llle CO FlOVl BENNETT FIKIH Now Sept V5iUP Col Roscoe HAVANA Sept Continued on Last Page FOR FEDERAL FUNDS tomey General Cummings Budget DollSlass Governor Black of the Federal Reserve Chairman Jones of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and J F T OConnor comptroller of the currency attended No new move on inflation is con templated Stephen T Enrly White Vic seclctarv announced after The conferees indicated thc Presi dent was interested solely at this time in further boosting commodity prices and releasing several billion dollars in closed banks It was stated i that most of the discussions were de voted to the banking situation It has been argued by close friends of the President that the release of I frozen deposits and assets of closed i banks would provide all the stimulus needed to assure success of the ad ministrations recovery program This additional buying power it has been insisted would make radical Inflai tion unnecessary and at the same j in or S ndar S n m horn thc of where voters give Pennsylvania t side of thc river COUNTY FIREMEN MEET on the other The pto7ntl7rYTued five rcaorw c Pcniwyf Los AnRclos at n wns 10 hours and 5 Thc west to east record wns Jimmy Hujrlips spceUiciilur Thc September meeting of the Del County Firemens Association be held tonight in Rockdale Hall j at Rockdale The firemen of the county will be the guests of Lenni I Heights Fire Company it Px pccted timt Captain Sair of the Phil adelphia Fire Department will one of the speakers i of the Lenni Heights Com planned an elaborate cntcrtatn for the visiting firemen CHARIJESlTEiREWES REPORTED IMPROVED sernbly has no right to enact II Is further contended In thn com plamt that the Sunday sports act Is unconstitutional and void beeniifc it constitutes a delegation bv the leels laturo of ils lawmaking power in the electors of rach political sub division apart from another 1No law shall bc revived amended or the provisions thereof extended or conferred by rcfernece minutes Turner already held the eastwest crossing record of 11 hours mul 30 minutes hung up on July 1 1033 Turner had intended to return to Los AiiRcles within nn hour In an attempt In lower the record fnr ijoth in one day Weather con nuvms in Ihc midwest and par ticularly on the west coast whore hc sum hi rxnected rogs deckled him length were refuelmR his machine censed npproprl opcrntlons m nit ministration program of releasing posits whether it would be those closed duringthe last two years or those that failed to open after thc March banking holiday Wellinformed observers expected Mr Roosevelt to hold further con ferences at Hyde Park this week on plans for extending further credit to trie nations banking structure uner the Federal Public Works program Two local communities were Incfudd Another in the early alication ear wife badly hurt jncmaeu nnuuier serious accident nrfirrfnr LOIN csept in the early applications filed I early todav near the Cedrabrook United States Naval From Parkside borough a request i Country Club Philadelphia when a I Cuba have cZJnS highway youth was killed and six other per construction fund Two requests sons fatally injured when their speedi were received from the borough of sedan swerved off Limekiln pike Marcus Hook one for highway funds turned over several times i in the amount of 336500 and another i Tne dead youth was Edmund Mof m the amount of which it is ifctt 23of Philadelphia Continued on Last Page thsirf initiative in pro American citizens in Secretar of Hull m H nditlons Psrmit however ddd shlp commanders are to UAJU fiLiuiLicr tuuu vuuin witi MOI TJH in the amount of which it is I fett 23 of Philadelphia The other x shP commanders are to proposed to use on sewer projects victims were Lawrence Young consuit Aamiral Charles D Freeman Major projects which are included i Oliver Warner Jr Virginia Mavip forces in Cuban waters iiv the requests thus far received ini Claire Fisher 21 and Helen intervening in any situation elude highways sewer projects water Stillfield 21 all of Philadelphia Jeply to a Question from a works constiuction and improveNineyearold Frances Hardy was K Hull indicated ments municipal buildings bridges fatally injured and her parents and V S forces scpt to therescue schools hospitals public transit proiisister were badly hurt when their Americans nationals ects electrification of public streets crashed into a trolley car0 countnes were free to take and buildings and many miscella1on Grays Ferry Bridge in of their protection The neous requests amone them v i Phia iimiij Uilauclia neous requests among them one by iphia the Philadelphia Zoological Society Hanson 21 was killed when for j another car crashed into the machine TILDEN BEATS COCHET IN STRAIGHT SETS of mu 25w defeated Henri Cochet 1 were hurt when their cnr left the UP i ear match today In scoring his straight set victory Tildcn for years a pro fessional was scarcely pressed by the French ace who recently quit the amateur ranks After a brief rest Tilden paired with Bruce Barnes of Texas to defeat Floyd Watterson 18 of Downing iwn was killed and two others were injured when their automobile en tered m a race for antique cars upset at the Coatesville airport Fourteen persons were injured six c they may dip in collision of an at motorbus on the Lincoln e secretary left the impression that they would be afforded a haven of safety on American ships Hull reiterated a previous state ment that orders to the naval forces in Cuban waters held only for pro tecting lives and not necessarily property J Reports to the State Department from Havana said that the various political factions were continuing con Continued on Last Page BEER DISPENSERS MUST OBEY LAW SENATE UTILITIES COMMITTEE DONE HARRISBURG Sept by Governor Gifford Pinchots veto of Automatically checked in its activities an appropriation the Senate Utilities Investigating Committee was of ficially dissolved today Books and records obtained from utility concerns arc now being re turned to their owners The committee which experienced one of the most troublesome exist ences of any investigating body in recent years was created during the 1932 special session of the general assembly Its progress was checked continually by court battles and the resignation of Us counsel Oliver K Eaton Pittsburgh and his two as sistants last March The McClure Bill setting up more ringent regulations for public utility concerns was its principal ac complishment Testimony given be fore this committee by Dr CJyde L iung was followed by his break with Oovernor Giflord Pinchot and the subsequent court battle which ended Dr Kings career as a public service commissioner Charles H Drewes county com missioner and former coroner of this 1 county who has been 111 at his homo I 920 Main street Darby for more than i a week suffering from a heart attack i was reported today as considerably improved and able to be about his room His physician however has advised that he remain in his room Mr Drewes has been prcstdentof Darby Fire Company No 1 for ncarlv twenty veurs contended that as wuld bc iHfRally 1OSi nntl by of their being of money dcr lo wljc payment of expense of the prtiiU1Br n7 mMF ailcy Wil1 When the datc ls Which he had cnpUircd national rt distance records top peed 1 J Nclsnn Kclley fe ci mnn put his entire force of inn i chnnics nt the fliers disposal and ihc work of rilling the tanks with 118 gallons of Re i lmf bcsnn immcdmtely AlthouPh hnl a hcnvy REAL PURPOSE OF RELIGION Taitt i in Forceful Sermon at St Pauls Church bill was filed by Attorney James S Woods Huntingdon In behalf of the following j Elmer Young Petersburg I G Owens Water street Ross Goodman E A Weber Mrs Malva Hammond and Mrs Nora Donelson nil of Huntingdon and Rav Brown Mill Creek N A M E D OF STATE CAVALRY haze obscured the Held at 55 Turners direction wns perfect nncl his craft sped to Its mark with precision PENNSY EMPLOYES MEET The Mutual Benefit Association of Pennsylvania railroad employes with 101 delegates in attendance opened its 10th annual general assembly in Philadelphia today The opening ses sion was addressed by General W W Atterbury president of the railroad FAIR WEATHER CONTINUES FIRE DAMAGES HOME AITTA PT TTt rm tn AU1U LLUJB HEAD HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY BT United Press AT ROCKINGHAM Light Appellate Wenccdit Kcalon Fitkin Mayvilc 2Fast Move Hair Trigger Lauretta Rubans Choice Sales Rine Triolet f Cord Parrot Money Dornoch Jacket Bun D High Wire Brigade Weather clear track fast AT GRACE Hall Timhncloo Li lie Winir Pretty Wise Ilchcster Charmainc ning next Saturday midnght The drive was partially started last Sat urday night when taprooms and cabarets were forced to close at 1 a m daylight time f The office of the mayor has re sngiu damage was caused to the ceived many complaints about cer fTif 0L Weeks president tain beer gardens where music is vm ystone Automobile Club at Played until the early hours of Sun Mill road Brookline yesterday 1 day It is pointed out that restau Ln when an awning caught j rantr where beer is sold have been hnames shot up to the roof I complying with thc law but many scorching the paint Mr Weeks is Places camouflaged as eating places mother Mrs 1 have remained open several hours at home when the past the deadline the proprietors taking advantage of the restaurant provision It is quite probable that a city or dinance will be enacted this week giving police authority to compel all taprooms to close at midnight Sat urday and remain closed until 6 a m Generally fair weather is predicted day in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersej Delaware and Maryland It probably will be fair torrorroV also and is expected to continue warm both days Returning from his summer vaca tion and preaching once again in the presenceof his former congregation Kt Rev Francis M Taitt Bishop of i the Pennsylvania Diocese of the Prot estant Episcopal church was greeted yesterday morning at St Pauls Church Broad and Madison streets by a congregation that filled the spacious edifice where for more than years Dr Taitt was rector AfteY a few words of greeting ishop Taitt launched into his ser dealing with the matter of fact i things in life which are understand able to all and are a benefit to even one The theme of his talk was1 his conception of the ultimate pur pose of religion which he showed was often misconstrued by those who were blinded by an acceptance of stereotyped purpose so often attrii buted to religious purposes rather than to a knowledge of the chari acter building purposes of religion which give to men and women char acter the only thing which one can take from this world Major Terrill E Price United Slates cavalry son of Major General William G Price Jr and Mr Price of Ninth and Kcrlin streets this city who is completing a tour of duty with troops in thc Philippine Islands has been ordered by the War Department to report for duty as instructor of cavalry for the Pennsylvania National Guard Major Price will carry on his duties with the guard from a head quarters located in Lock Haven Pa Some time ago Major Price was ordered to an instructorship of the Pennsylvania National Guard cav alry to bc stationed at Lewisburg Pa but that order was rescinded by The new assignment of duty will have a particular significance for Major Price as he will be dealing with the cavalry units of the Twenty eighth Division which in its present state of high organization and morale is the product of thc unceas ing efforts of his father from the ces sation of the World War until his re tirement last March The General commanded an artillery brigade of the Twentyeighth Division with singular success during the World blaze occurred Ifc U P Til i the lowest was 64 at 6 a m The average of J4 was eight degrees above both normal for the date and the average September 24 last year Max imum temperature for the date is 88 that Philippine Islands and1 e filled the scv Taitt with thc present rector of thc NATIONLEAGUE OPENSSESSIONS Fourteenth Assembly Con venes at Geneva Hears German Plea bliw UW V established in 1881 and minimum 44 church in 1RRS j Y wiiu A today was at a m 0 CHILDREN SUSTAIN INJURIES the following Monday TRIP GREATLY ENJOYED Rustic Cuba Gaff N3rmpl Marie GctzElectric Blanche George JesscI Weather clear fast AT WASHINGTON PARK Julie Spring Station Gold Siffnct Miss Flip Naval Cadet St Nazairc Soothine kin Through Omond ENEVA Sept United States dollar was barred as a medium of exchange by the League of Nations today in carrvinc on league work b COmmiS sion ruled against the league payinc put contributions in American dol lars because of the ioas entailed in conversion of Swiss francs The United States dollar cannot longer be used in reckoning Its equivalent m gold francs in the con tributions of the league the report T f M VScpt The tr P 6f Nations met today for its Joseph Goeb Ws Ideal weather erected 175 excursion Is from the West End yesterday whcn they sailed down the Delaware river aboard the steamer John Cad walader as guests of the Ericsson Line under the auspices of the West End Business Mens Association The party of holiday seekers left I Chester at 1030 a m and did not j get back until the sun was setting i Everybody had a good time and ali i voted it one of the most pleasing events ever staged by the wideawake business organization It was the final affair of the sum mer season for the West End Busi ness Mens Association G Passmore Taylor chairman of the outing ar rangements was assisted by Ed Ben in Joe A Rcilly Charles Levy F Tcrcha Harvey W Ritter and Century Run of Local Bicycle Club 38 Years Ago 4Mlw Bunting 5Camp Douglas lie of the pr social organizations in this or more year ago many of whose members are still livins and well known active residents of this vicinity club headquarters at Seventh and Dcshong streets opposite the present attractive home of the Fraternal Or der of Eagles Inasmuch as the bi cycle is gradually but surely coming back to its own this brief historical sketch of the clubs former activities will not only interest thc survivinc members but all those interested in exercise and sports of that kind In those days it required a person of skill activity and endurance to mount dismount and ride a Columbia or high wheel with a small he neghbors did no selves 6 Scanda Sheet Battle Av Battling Girl Peace Lady Port OTlay Watcrport j U Thc trcasury nct Septem Cm 22 was S 118435924068 Miscel I CTcre his body guard Custom receipts for the month Septmber 22 wore Contind on Last Page saf It was the thirteenth club run and tne first 100mile run and some of the members were weary whcn they reached home and were ready for The roads and highwayswere i quite different from what they are other smooth surface material as automobllists find them now Charles E Coppock was captain of the club and some of those who participated In the long run including trucsts fol lows Captain Charles E Coppock New ton Gnibb Frank L Perkins Ed ward Halloweli Samuel Danfield Samuel A Curry H W Munsev Samuel W Mitchell Charles S Thompson George W Thompson William Brooks W C Peters W R Morgan R E Ross H M Woodward W E Marvel Elmer Pennell Mr and Harry Allen L D LaRuc Oscar Fairlamb E C M Watts William Grubb W S Ray Joseph Messick H W Roth E J Oliver George Small G Logan H F Pearce F Owarsteller Edward Miller J W Burne C M Carr U B Fox James M Pau H C Ward W A Fox Wil Iliam Wright William McFadcien and i William Perkins Two small children were victims of automobile injuries in thus city over the weekend neither being seriously injured H A Brown 7 1824 West Sixth street was treated at the Chester Hospital for brush burns of the arms and legs sustained when hc wan struck at Sixth and Rcaney streets by an automobile operated j by Clifton Parker 734 West Second j street This accident happened last i evening Marparet A Hanlon 7 123 East Fifth street was treated for brush bums after she was felled by a car operated by H L Waltman 1113 Morton avenue No arrests were made i GUEST OF GOVERNOR i Mrs S Blair Lurkic of 333 East i Broad street a prominent club woman of this city was the guest of Governor Pinchot and Mrs Pinchot i yesterday at luncheon at which 15 j persons were present j The luncheon was given in thc open air dining room of the Governors summer home Graytone near Milford Pike county The dining room I overlooks the beautiful hills and val j leys of that section of thc representatives to give any false representation of the program to bc followed in the offices a direct I branch of the Federal Department of Labor Applicants have been advised I that the purpose is to list all unem PRICE TWO CENTS TO BEGIN RUM RING PROBE TRIAL Federal Prosecutor and His Assistants Study Volume of Testimony Defense Takes Appeal to Circuit Court of Appeals Awaited In anticipation ot starting the Del aware County trim on schedule at 10 n in Wednesday In Philadelphia Federal Court ciict A Keyes special attorney Rciicral surrounded by H liirgc sUH of government em ploycs worked like beavers over the VeUl statements of WHJIJVJPS in lie case roclay U WHS expected that federal noil will serve subpcnas on 50 of the JOO witnesses the fjovermnem will call riio case will be tried before fVrcdnl JuclKO Welsh who last week refused to quash the indictments ami PI of Prosecutor Koyes declared tliti mornms that lie was ready to stir trial immediivtely T can go to tat on an hours notice and U o sooner the better stated the dynamic government offlclnl who has earned lie sobriquet 99 Per Cent Keves because of his record of convictions on tPhn i nmkc nny i i Jf movc nttor wn n n 1R iui 11Wcnl to Judge J Pornf rVhonJpMnof the Conn 01 Appeals In nils move former Judge James Gay Gordnn Sr attorney for Sen J J McClure and William T Connor counsel for more than 60 iho others IncHctcd carried the ex ceptions to the ruling of Federal JidBc GcmBc A Welsh throwing out s for iibatemiMit fliiillenginc tho to tho It WHS learned that neither Mr Kcycs nor other government invcsti sntors connected with the case were notified formally that the appeal had been taken Judge Thompson set tomorrow morning ns the time for ftiBuemeat a bare 24 hours before tha time sot for the trial Tomorrows aiRument seemed to n Kcys ittlc ns lle Wfls v A scanning the 10000 typewritten pngcs of testimony he will review for the Jury tn an attempt to Rumors were rife on the street over he weekend that several of those to go on rial nre weakening APPLICATIONS PLACED ON FILE Public Works Offices Here Visited Daily by the Unemployed With the applications for Federal Public Works funds from the various 1 communities of this county in the process of being filed by the authori ties of municipalities in the county with thc State Advisory Board of the Federal Emergency Administration bic Works efforts of thc Na nt office set up one old Graham school son streets to pre available for work on the projects when the funds are available have been successful to date Since the opening of the office the lhrpe representatives who have been nncl filing information lislcd an approximate total of applications Cards of applicants are easily accessible to thc office force whenever they may be called upon to furnish employers with thc and addresses of men and women of cle The workers have better than a hundred guilty of course this was mere much of lfc was manu inctmed among groups that gathered and discussed the probable outcome 01 me case Among the letters received by Keyes over the weekend were ions containing tips advising the federal authorities of alleged liquor Uuv violations other than those spcci ft llc ovcrt acts cited u the indictments which were re turned on Thursday June 29 FILM STAR MARRIES c Aftcr eloping by airplane to Yuma Arz they were married by a justice of the peace Sally Eilers film star and Harry Joe Brown l Topics of Times Not everyone took advantage of that extra hours sleep yesterday morning judging from the number reported sleepingjn church pews Yesterday the second dav of autumn was quite hot but police goes into strict seclusion when he prepares a speech Sonic BlnkwUiTa yen for figures ltiut Ulat has put a million persons to work we presume he includes doctors nurses and undertakers in Marcus Hook was fined for beating his wife Ho didn t mind the S10 but thought the 50cenls was too much amusement IrtA Sally Rand fan dancer has been sentenced to a year prison for doing her dance She can mrow her fans awnu in the Continued on Last MOTOR THEFT pests go after all persons Tom Reardon says persons who SUSPECT CAUGHT Police Seek W ho Escape d A f t c r Crash in West End WELL ATTENDED Attendance records of the Boys j Work Department of the Y M c A show that during thc past week the number of boys who enjoyed the schoolboy parties sponsored each day u nt WRs hgh was 670 and the largest group pres ent at a party was the Franklin with an attendance of 175 boys While Oliver Benoit 2625 Sanrie lanrt street sat at the bedside of his mother in Upland yesterday morning automobile thieves stole his automobile which was parked in front of his parents home An hour later thc stolen car was partially wrecked whcn it collided with another car at Front and La mokln streets two youths both drunk jumping from the vehicle and running away One was captured after a chase He gave his name as Frank Geb hart 21 of Wilson street near Fifth street He was held in bail lor a continued hearing tomorrow morning when arraigned in police driving while drunk theft of an auto mobile and being a hit and run driver Gebhart denies he was driving the car or that hc stole it He claims hewas picked up by a stranger at Third and Wilson streets Police do not believe is shielding panion for fhifh rllllcls a Mhn Cricfn peope no substitutes for food Huh about hot dogs claims r SB what Olle PaPcr refers to Hitler as the 1T1 1 O Q WASHINGTON Sept The weather forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Tuesday except possibly showers Tuesday in north and extreme west portions slightly warmer in north portion lotiight New Jersey Fair foniglit ancl Tuesday continued warm Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and slightly warmer probably shWers nrar Lake Erie tonight Tuesday showers TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m a m 62 11 a m 62 Noon 3 6 a m 66 1 p m 77 Continued on Last a 10 a m 68 2 p m 73 12   

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