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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1933, Indiana, Pennsylvania i K l v US W BA Ttt Ett Fnir and warmer today followed by local showers tonight 01Tues day is the official word of the fore casting fraternity for this section of the Commonwealth IMiM W THC FAMILY J TEDDY Starting out the new week fill Horts of confidence Mined opening banks preparing to rdoJJdft unrestricted and Nira putting oft n brand new costume VOLUME 293 EIGHT PAGES INDIANA MONDAY AUGUST 7 1933 I i TELEPHONE 500501 TWO CENTS A C COUNTY MINES OPERATE 100 PER CEN Two Men Killed In Accidents Over Last WeekEn MINERS BACK AT WORK IN THIS SECTION Strike Agreement Sends Thousands of R P and C B C Compan ies to Jobs No OTHERREPORTS Evidencing 100 per cent coopera tion with the terms of the strike agreement men returned to work in the mines of the Jefferson coal field today Thousands of returned peacefully to eight mines pf the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Com pany company officials repoited irpm Indiana this morning The mines operating were Helvetia Clearfielcl county Big Soldier and Adrian Jeffcrpon county Yates boro Armstrong County and Ern est Lucerne Mclntyre and Iselin all of Indiana County No trouble at was the brief but pointed comment of one com pany officers there today concern ing activities in these mines At the same time the Clearftcld Bituminous Coal Corporation oper ating three mine at Clymer Kos siter and Commodore the Buffalo and Susquehannu Coal Company operating two mines and the North western Mining Exchange with one mine each reported 100 per cent operations today Several independ ent operations alo resumed produc tion By International News Service Western Pennsylvanias bitumin ouscoal strike front wavered and broke tcoay as ritSrers returned to the pits in answer to President Roosevelts peace arrange ment which carries the endorsement of Gov Gifford Pinchdt the U M W Union and the operators Continued on Page Two HALF CUBAN ARMY IN BIG REVOLT ANGIE CARDEMONE NOW A BENEDICT Assumption Church Ernest was the scene of a quiet brilliant wed ding this morning at nine oclock when Miss Veronico OHara daugh ter of Mrs James OHara and a prominent young woman of Ernest became the bride of Angie Carde mone noted baritone of Ernest and Indiana The nuptial mass was read bythe Reverend Father Emilio Far ri in the presence of the immediate relatives and personal friends of the couple The bride wore an exquisite gown of white satin and carried a showered boquet of Joanna Hill roses The attendants were Vinton OHara and Miss Mary OHara brother and sister of the bride A reception and breakfast supplement ed the ceremony at the brides home after which the couple de parted for a weeks eastern trip at the conclusion of whMch they will reside in Ernest where Mr Carde mcne is connected with the shops of the coal company Previous to her marriage Miss OHara was a clerk in the company store Together they have the best wishes of many friends and associates HAVANA Aug mil itary uprising against the regime of President Machado involving JialC the army was reported to have broken out here today Reliable reports stated the coup detat led by a group of armyv offi cers trained In the United States was staged at a m During the next hour repeated bursts of firing from 35 milimeter Runs were heard from the Cabana fortress FIRE DESTROYED BLOSE HOMESTEAD The J L Blose farmhouse located near the Blose schoolhouse in Mont gomery township yes terday morning by a fire attributed to a defective flue The blaze broke out in the second floor about 8 a m and gained so much headway that all efforts to extinguish the flumes failed Members of the fam ily and neighbors succeeded in re moving part of the firstfloor fur nishings before the flames reached that part of the house The loss was estimated at Mr Blase said the fire apparently had been caused by a defective flue The family had arisen about a m and wds preparing to leave to spend the day with relatives in another part of the county when the blaze broke out HUNT SLAYERS AGED BROTHER AND SISTER BRIE Aug here today were f till searching for the murderer of Johanna and Albert Biegert aged sister and brother of Girard after fingerprints of the kill er taken to Butler for comparison with State Police recovds failed to offer any clue A former farmhand is being Bought as a suspect in the case TODAYS EVENTS WITHTHEN R A Miners Back at Adjustment of Federal Contracts for Price Increases Warns Against Illegal Eagles BY International News Service John L Lewis orders miners to return to work in Pennsylva bituminous fields covery chiefs from operators President Roosevelt promises adjustment of federal contracts to allow for price increases through operation of recovery act Administrator Hugh E John son warned against use of the NRA Blue Eagle by those not so entitled Johnson threatened to with draw blue eagle emblem from stores attempting evasion NRA announces cotton tex tiles woolen textiles coats and suits industries electric manu facturing and shipbuilding have signed permanent codes with 21 others operating under tempo rary agreements Continued on Page Two ARIZONA TO BE 21ST REPEAL STATE PHOENIX Aug Arizona today was almost certain to be the 21st state to vote for re peal of the 18th amendment inthe statewide election tomorrow Dry loaders virtually conceded the election through failure to obtain sufficient signers to petitions to place names of their candidates oji the ballot Names of 14 repealist candidates are on the ballot Arizona will also nominate a suc cessor to Lewis W Douglas who re signed as Congressman to become director of the federal budget WOMAN 77 KILLED BY HITANDRUN CAR ERIE Aug Warren 23 of Linesville today was being sought by police in connec tion with tho death of Mrs Nellie Hesselink 77 who was run down by a hitandrun driver Saturday night The speeding car ihe license of which was issued to Warren stop ped for a moment and one of the two occupants threw two bottles of moonshine to the curb reports stated Retail Code Rigid On Unfair Tactics Elaborate provisions against un fair competition are made in the tentative code for retail establish jnents uponx hearings before the National Recovery Administra tion are to begin August 15 These trade practice provisions were made public Saturday by the admmistratioiji but do not become effective until the code is approved Hugh S Johnson Recovery Ad ministrator has approved tempor ary wage and hour stipulations for the retail dry goods department mail flitie y specialty shop mens fwfnishjngs the sociations The code is sponsored by the Na tional Retail Furniture Association National Retail Hardware Associa tion Mail Order Associaton of Amerca National Association of Retail Clothiers and Furnishers National Retail Dry Uoods Associa tion and National Shoe Retailers Association Move Against Cheaters Waiuwt The industrial administration is considering action against what it considers cheating on the BJqe Eagle by certain retail stores which have been reported here as PPWing later and Continued PA CODOS ROSSI NOW STREAKING ON TO BAGDAD New Record Apparent ly in Grasp for Flyers Who Crossed Atlantic and On Over Face of Europe LATE BULLETINS Bulletin PARIS Aug report that Maurlse Rosst and Paul Codos French fliers have broken the non stop distance record was received this afternoon Mine Rossi wife of one of the airmen told International News Service the Air Orient Company had informed her the filers passed Aleppo Syria at p m Pans time a The Air Orient Company refused to confirm the report however Aleppo is approximately miles from New York The previous record for nonstop distance flying is miles PARTS Aug Codos and Maurice Rossi French fliers seeking a new nonstop distance flying record were 250 from Beirut Syria today according to a telegraphip report received by the Air Orient Line The point mentioned in the dis patch is in the Mediterranean Sea just southwest of the Island of Cyprus If still flying at noon G M T 8 A E D Rossi and Codos have already broken the present distance record set by 0 R Gay ford and Flight Lieut G E Nichol etts February the air i nouriead sv Gayford and Nicholetts attempted to reach Cape Town South Africa from London without a stop but wore forced down a short distance from their goal The fliers previously flew over this island of Rhodes Their latest position gave them a total of ap proximately miles of sustained flying only 240 miles short of the Continued on Page Two JEWS PLAN BAN GERMAN PRODUCTS NEW YORK Aug Back home to a triumphal recep tion Samuel Untermyer today plunged into the organization of a national niovement as voted by the Jewish boycott conference in Am sterdam for the oanning of all German products The noted lawyer presided over the Amsterdam conference called to launch punitive measures against the Hitler regime for the protection of Jews in Germany and was elect ed president of the World Jewish Economic Federation formed to prosecute the boycott Before a crowd of assem bled at the pier to welcome him on his arrival aboard the Paris Unter myer made a brief address TREASURY BALANCE IS WASHINGTON Aug Treasury balance as of August Misc Int customs Hand Bible Class and the Mens Bible Class of the 2nd U P Church will meet with Mr and Mrs Jack Smith Tuesday evening Will leave the church at 7 oclock D S T A GRIPPING MOMENT It was a moment of genuine suspense for passengers aboard the Alaskan steamer Northwestern when a half dozen at a time they were lowered into lifeboats as shown here after the vessel struck a rock near Juneau and was beached on Eagle river sandspit One hundred passen gers and members of the crew were lowered without mishap CONSTABLE IS GIVEN JAIL TERM ri Armstrong County Of ficial Convicted on As sault Charge KITTANNING Aug Richardson Manorville officer of ths law and president of the Armstrong County Constables Association was sentenced this morning by Judge William Darr of Brookville to serve three months in the county jail and to pay the costs of prosecution or an assault and battery charge of which he was found guilty by a jury last December His office as con stablewas declared terminated and The charge against Richardson had been preferred by Mrs Luther Cowan now residing in Ford City as the result of Richardsons mid night visit to her home to arrest her son Carl following an altercation between the latter and one of Rich ardsons sons Edward near the mir ror works at Manorville late last summer The encounter followed al leged charges that the Cowan youth had stolen a canoe owned by Rich ardsons son Continued on Page Two LEE STRICKEN WITHAPOPLEXY Senior Vice President of Pennsylvania Railroad Dies Suddenly NEW YORK Aug Funeral services for Elisha Lee vjco president ot the Pennsylvania Railroad one of Americas most widely known railroad officials who dropped dead here Sunday night will be held in Philadelphia it was announced today The date of the funeral has not been set Lee was stricken with apoplexy while crossing the New York Cen tral Railway tracks and died almost immediately He wns 12 years old With Mr and Mrs Leon Merz of Tenkintown and Dr Max F Herman Philadelphia Lee was re turning from Saratoga N Y duo to a derailment of a locomotive at the edge of the city the train was not moved to thq Grand Central Term inal and Leo with other passengers was walking across Ilia tracks lo a bus Ho suddenly gripped his side and collapsed Dr liormaii said he had been in excellent health Lee rose from a rodman to vice Continued on Page Two R R CONDUCTOR MEETS TERRIBLE DEATH AT CORAL 0 William F Henderson 53 Blairsville Crush ed between Loaded Coal Cars in Yards Late Saturday A veteran Pennsylvania Railroad freight conductor was killed instant ly late Saturday night when he was crushed between two loaded coal curs on an Indiana Branch siding in the yards at the Coral mine of the Potter Coal and Coke Company in Center township The body of the victim William Franklin Henderson 53 years old of Blairsville vvas found by mem bers of the train crew when they investigated after failing to receive a signal from him A company phy sician hurriedly summoned from Blairsville pronounced him dead from a crushed abdomen and the body was taken to the Ferguson Funeral Home in Blairsville The accident occurred at p m standard time Railroad company authorities at Blairsville said the coal train had entered the siding to pull away several loaded The last car standing on the siding fail ed to take hold with the others when they were bumped by the train and the conductor directed the en gineer to pull ahead in order that he could adjust the coupling As the conductor was making the adjustment he apparently was un aware thatthe car1 behind him had started down the track and was slowly drifting He was caught couplings and crushed to death A brakeman B F Beatty of Blairsville who twas several cars away started back when the conductor failed to signal with his lantern and found the body Coroner Frederick W St Clair held an inspection at the Ferguson mortuary yesterday afternoon and announced that no inquest would be held Mr Henderson was constable of the of Blairsville He was a native of Derry and was born February 14 1880 He entered the Continued on Page Two IMPLICATES MAN IN BABY MURDERS JEFFERSON Aug Repudiating retails of her first al leged confession Mrs Oleeta Flem ing 28 today implicated her 55 yearold husband Mertis in the slaying of two of their children both boys police announced here I was afraid of my Mrs Fleming told Sheriff C H Blanche in her new version of the murders I was afraid he would kill Mrs Fleming assumed full res ponsibility for the slaying in her first alleged confession declaring she killed the infants because her husband didnt like boy however she shifted the blame to her husband and aceused him of strangling to death four monthsold Mertis last week after a potion of amonia had failed to kill him Drum Corps All members of the Drum Corps with their drums and instruments respectively are urged to attend a special business meeting in the Avrnory Tuesday evening at oclock HELD IN TEAR GAS BOMBING OF N E W YORK STOCK EXCHANGE TREASURERS SALES AGAIN POSTPONED The Indiana County Commission er and County Treasurer at oclock this afternoon postponed the Treasurers Sales advertised for hat hour to oclock Monday September 4th In postponing these tax sales the county officers stated that on ac count of the large number of pro icrty owners who have paid part of their delinquent tax and had stated that they hoped to pay the nilance in the near future such ac ion was advisable Many of the owners of propcr ies levied have applied for loans through the Home Loan Fund pro vided by the federal government and they expect to settle all back axes while procuring these loans When the list of Treasurers Sales was first advertised there were 2249 separate pieces of property listed Since that time several hun dred have been paid cither in part or entirely It conditions improve in this dis trict as they have during the past couple of months it is rumored there will be no further postpone ment of these sales HOME OWNERS9 CERTIFICATES Q Bonds of Corporation Will Be Exchanged Up to 80 Percent of Value of Incumbered Property WASHINGTON Aug of dollars Home Owners cates were being distributed today in the initial move of the govern mcnt to reliev the plight the heavily morgaged home owner Bonds of the Corporation will be exchanged lor mortgages up to80 per cent of the value of the incum bered property The bonds are o 18years1 maturity and bear inter est at therate of four per cent guaranteed by the government The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is engaged Jn printing the bonds The certificates which will be in the hands of all Owners Loan Corporation state managers this Week may be exchanged for bonds when the latter are available It was explained that the Home Loan Bank Board desired to im mediately relieve the situation and did not feel the delay that would be occasioned by waiting for the print ing of the bonds would be justified While there have been reports from many sections of the country that insurance companies and other large holders of home mortgages would not accept the bonds in ex change for mortgages officials were hopeful this attitude would not prevail generally CUBAPTCONGRESS ACTS IN SUSPENSION HAVANA Aug Cuban Congress will meet today to authorize suspension of constitu tional guarantees restored less than two weeks ago following action of President Gerardo Machado in pro claiming virtual martial law to com bat the nationwide strike With strikes aimed at ending the Machado regime spreading rapidly and virtually halting the republics Industrial life government officials took measures to prevent further riots in which three more persons were killed and many wounded bringing the death toll to at least seven in the past five days OHIO YOUNG MAN KILLED II AUTO CRA o State Patrolmen clare James Pierce 23 Enroute to Visit Mb er Fell Asleep at Wheel on Elbow Hill A 23yearold New Jerseyv raveling to to visi mother was killed instantly a m yesterday when the he was driving swerved the Benjamin Franklin the Devils Elbow hill four niSJi east of Indiana and upset af colliding wijh a concrete The victim James PieKc Union City N was thrownI the by the collision and neck broken He was riding al State highway patrolmen Indiana detachment who i gated the accident said patently had fallen asleep Motorists who found the ing near the right front wh the car which had landed wheels after overturning and straddling a small stream moncd state highway established identification of tim from his drivers license Se ing his clothing the investig found several letters from Ui City addressed to his Ironton and she was of his tragic death The letters i1 cated he had been working Jersey for some time i 1 The ibody was brought to Streams undertaking establista and was sent to Ironton this ing After holding an inspectip terday Coroner Frederick Ho j fi y K Philipsburg Women Four prominent women of Philijp burg were injured two of thenvtsi riously when the Continued on Page Cookport Meeting The Green Township Tax Justice League will hold an adjourned meeting in the Community Hall at Cookport on Thursday night Aug 10th at the usual lime The same program which was scheduled for last Thursday night will be given All members are urged to attend SWIM TEACHER V AND PUPIL DROWNI TOT ALIQUIPPA Aug Two Aliquippa girls were dead her while one taugi the other to swim The victims were Adell Yates 16 Laton 13 l The maids were in about of water when Adell in her arms stepped into a hole Both sank before aid cjp reach them Efforts to revive the girls faileo Their bodies were removed toa Aliquippa mortuary COMPANY F BENEFIT DANCI 0 Tweedy Brothers famous f their music for square dancing be at the Indiana Armory Thv night August 10th playing dance sponsored by Co P Thejj have played over a Wheeling V station for the past two In addition to the music a plete floor show will be given turing Jack Lee a Broadway plaj boy This program should entertii all square dance enthusiasts JS POSTAL EMPLOYES BANQUET THURSDAf o The ninth annual banquet of al of the 27th sional district will be held in til First United Presbyterian Indiana Thursday evening at oclock standard principal speakers will be Mr E Matthews Superintendent Money Order Division WashUl D who will represent tlwp Office Hon N S Str Congressional district and Clyce Kfclley of district McKeesport Public Work Program To Reach Peak off tear gas bombs in the New York Stock Exchange Eugene S Daniell 28yearold Harvard graduate as he appeared at New York police headquarters He is organizer of the socalled National independent Party Held in Boston as his political associates are four members of the party right pictured at police headquarters where they were charged with conspiracy tQpyomots anarchy Frontv left to right William Overtoil Paul Palavzi Clarence Lyons Otto Kefevle Arrested on the charge he set and Boston lawyer is left 11Y S NEAL I N S Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON Aug The huge public works program of the administration was beingtimed today to reach its peak about Nov 1 and continue at a high level thru out the winter The public works council named by President Roosevelt to cooper ate with Secretary of Interior Ickes public works administrator is close ly studying the statistics of increas ing employment wth a view to turning the program to the indus trial recovery niovement mined to prevent repeti last winters the public works council ing the program so that it speeded or retarded to keen tion on a steady wpgrade business recovery With more than the by Congress already number of men pub thus far is small Inevitable delay in plans and selecting p ot expenditure of feae prayed an the pubhc worfcs J At the tape ajf 9
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