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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania iwe 58TH 17705 rr UP FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Beat of the Day GROUPING OF ALL INDUSTRY PLAN OF NRAJHIEFS Change Appearing in Re covery Program Codes Giving Way CHESTER 1A SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 CUBA HALTS COLON REVOLT REBELS QUIT Government Troops Agree to Mediation and to Avoid Bloodshed Administration TakinglHavana Students Split Their Place Leaders With San Martin Move Named as Pilots Seen Serious WASHINGTON Sept COLON Cuba Sept 23fCopv An industrial empire democratic right 1933 by United rather than dictatorial waits behind the changing national scenes ac cording to views expressed today bv NRA officials telephone to troops rushed into the field in the Colon area and deployed for a battle at dawn today suppressed without bloodshed the most dangerous revolt on paper s o wat JICXD A board set up to formulate ad ministrative policy has been joined by Gen Thomas S Hammond who has finished his assignment to head Frfudents reemployment agree ment blue eagle drive Granting wage and hour agreements to busi pending codes will be discontinued by Dec 31 Another member is Col R w Lea who piloted the automobile code through to its adoption and is now assistant administrator tor industry They are working with Dr Alexander Sachs cmef economist Alvin Brown administrative assistant and other officials on future plans to be pre sented to their chief Gen Hueh S Johnson Since Johnson is widely known as a master organizer who has little in terest m administrative details there has been much speculation as to wnen he would consider his NRA job completed His advisers feel they can show him a yet larger job of organi zation for the months to come The plan it was revealed today includes bringing all Industries into six to ten groups headed by present deputy administrators The grouping would be of correlated and competi uve industries Transportation would comprise rail roads aviation shipping lines motor freight street railways bus lines and Continued on Pape Ten GRID PLAYER INJURED I iiiwoi uauyn UU5 reVOli A change of pace is appearing in so far against the Grau San Martin th3 recovery program Code making i regime viaiun Js Bjvlng way to administration I Overawed by superior numbers a SP n strong rebel force under three influ m tne public works leaders agreed through mcdia piograni to hasten purchasing of manufactured goods and agricul tural products thus dovetailing in dustrial and agricultural recovery i A are putting on paper their ideas of what is to be done govern miles from tors to lay down their arms and r turn home The rebels had seized Manguito 10 miles to the south and were advanc ing on this important railway junc tion of the main Havana line when government troops were ordered to the front from Matanzas Arriving at Colon the troops hastened to the field The rebels halted at Cayo Palmar miles from Colon while govern ment troops organized Colon Anxious to avoid bloodshed that might precipitate a national crisis and renew the threat of American intervention the loyal force agreed to mediation Isidoro Rodrigues Duarte wealthy sugar planter and Gabriel Barreto leaders of the revolt advanced to the government lines Thev agreed to surrender their arms and go home They obtained the concession that Enrique Ramirez chief of police at Mangunto third revolt leader could retain his post e revolt was WINGED SILHOUETTES THAT HERALD THE DAWN OF FALL PRICE TWO CENTS by United 1933 split between frfi i 1 lTCtVVCUll students and army enlisted men sup porting President Grau San Martin seemed imminent today The situa tion placed the revolutionary govern ment in danger Colonel Fulgencio Batista army chief was reported angry because students refused to compromise with political leaders and conferred sec retly with opposition leaders prelim inary to deciding the armys course The governments life was saved for the moment today when it apparently outwitted sponsors of a plan for a concerted revolt of rebel bands Jr son of Mr Panted throughout the island and Mrs Thomas Lukens of 403 indications were that the respite Colwyn ta a brief and that if e Fall dawns and with the first glint of the ot the patient ML a hospital in Philadelphia refusal to compromise continued from a back injury which overwhelming scope would he received while practicing with DeSm Drexel Institute football team The BV Waiting until it had surpassed i will keep him a in the Colon area llo miles m the hospital throughout the seaI of the capital before reiectin j the latest compromise proposal Lukens has been a member of the government apparently thwarted the MAN SERIOUSL INJURED B AUTO While walking along pidge road near Analine Village at 4 a m to day Richard Cooper Negro of 1225 ROOSEVELT SIGNS GRAND JURY s COAL WAGE PACT SESSIONS END wood Boole of Exmore Va the vic tim sustaining a fractured skull A passing motorist removed to the Chester Hospital where he was Feels It Era ofAll Indictments Consid cred and County Build ings Inspected Strife Is Believed Over Success of Parleys iFALL SEASON BEGAN AT 801 A M TODAY The 1033 Fall Benson was ushered jin officially at 801 a m Eastern uayhpht Savins Time today by a drop in temperature that brought topcoats out of storage Thc new season will hardly bc settled down to three months of work when the last vestige of summer daylight saving time will bo re GRAPE GROWERS URGE HIGH DUTY ON FOREIGN WINE Triple Group Threat in C o n K r c s s Develops Against Importation Aim fs to Rebuke France Disagrees With Roose velt Policy WASHINGTON Sept 33UP Congrrsslonn lenders depend on ad ministration influence to defeat tm offort hi winter to levy punitive on forrlRU wines In retiUlUtlon deit of her ax nnrt uiill problems sold todnv n triple threat la developing Importation of nlcoholte bev erapes under postVolstead conditions H is expected to IK directed lately nRsynsl wines on many famous brnnds moSS FmilCC 1WS l nemrscntaUvcs of Bnipc srowlng nroas such ns California are pectccl to urpe high duties as n meas ure of protection for domestic prod ucts The tile hurrt dry element in voiiRrcss probibiy will vote for the highest duties proposed as a Rest tire of dislike of the liquor traffic The UMrd Rroup will be composed of those who believe Congress should rebuke IN COUNTY CASE PROVE JUZZLE Keyes Ordered by Circuit Court Clerk to Argu6 Petition Tuesday Special Prosecutor Re fused View of Legal Papers Presented Considerable mystery today sur rounded the latest move of counsel for thc 87 defendants in the Delaware County liquor conspiracy probe Yesterday thc dale scheduled for counsel to appear before Judge Welsh in Federal Court Philadelphia to seek postponement of the trial set for next Wednesday former Judge James Gay Gordon gave William P Rowland COUrt Of Ann SUtCS CirCUt ol Appeals some legal papers en the office of Rowland notl i f ffncc of lhc Umlcd States Attorney to make prepara tions to appear for nrgument 6n a petition in the local liquor case on next Tuesday morning at 10 oclock Chct A Kcyes special Deputy U S Attorney who will prosecute the Del aware county case immediately went 5kcd to look Rowland informed him that ha could not comply with the request for papers had not been formally In other words the it s a merely given into hands as a private and the simple court stamp which immediately would make them legal documents to which the Government would have access was with hold The objective of all three is in di rect disagreement with the economic recommendations of the Roosevelt admmistnUlan as outlined this week at ChicaRo by Secretary of Agricul ture Wallace He said foreign debtors must be allowed to earn the mouev with which to pny their debts anil hat a nnjoisource of that Income WcUnUCWuSMteofpraIlIcts mated that revenue from alcoholic ns was teT pe 000 000 nnmmlly and In outlining the r of Ux customs duties Harrison specifically included French wines among the products Pon which levies should not be pro hibitive The administration Is ex pected to discourage punitive levies of the mosb Conllnuccl on Ten to cry popular in Darby and Colwyn i Indications today were that anw His father is a member of the Colwyn revot would be ordered Board of Education i Revolutionists under three influen bond pending the outcome of Coopers Injuries YMHMIOYS GIVEN AWARDS i The September Grand Jury yes i bv Standard time Clocks trday concluded Its con J v 2 Sspt Rooseveit has approved tl nous coal wage agreement ba us con a gundny IT twcen the United Mine Workers of i of indictments presented hour lost April 30 and the operators tha I by District Attorney William J Mac f i j In singing the compact said to f V hlS Staf True bills themost important wage agreement I rcturnctl against 42 persons and mace in American labor history the I indictments against five other ner President indicated that tha successsons were ignored ful consummation of Tile G H Good Program Mark city members AID NEEDY BY BUYING COAL the about tha by WASHINGTON Sept marched on province railway junction me Yesterday visits were niade o e Beginning of Fall tie wages and working I apnrso Jn the county tivifiPS i i the way for i IS55CcUon the CojirthoiSo was Wo i coal fields and would end once for all Tnriav n v struggles which have WU1 Vi5il rffcncy Relief Body Deems It as Necessary as Food for thaf day were Customs re ceipts for the month through Jept 21 were p HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RAGES TODAY BT United Press IN EARLY DEALINGS hed in Great succsss attended the onenlntri 5anulnary struggles which have W1U vl511 jTVaiE s annual fall open house and recepi President attached to it a memoran urrH bls were TCturncd against j Government for the needy this win in was held in i dum savin I the following aersons Frnn tnr itoi building association i Seventh street and EdgI than 200 i th sayin bills were returned against j Government for the needy this win persons Prank Hubbcll tor vjas a virtual certainty here to approving this agreement it is I Samui1 day following Preside Roosevets e undrsandln that the hours that Si a sUp was Miller and Tliomas Cor e Albert Hale and John Stephen Pazuk rcceiv Joseph AT LINCOLN FIELDS Bostonian Gal are on rose on prVcirtonf o y and a few ap 01 osction 7 a of ths NRA i Joseph Wi son vio offerfo lenrt fn remarks regarding the fall1 II11 bs with in out I atlon Act E Palmer tnn t f cents a pound activities wore made by FarweH Lonf figrceiTiciit S money under false pretences led SpCClal attention to a num Lady Mac Moon tinued To soar In he nrKl I T which are to take tme Tf T Camp Boss lutes of trading the price Iplace next two months Doris Jean SnraTr At a bale March reement the standards as maximum hours of labor mini FINDS LIFELESS BODY OF BROTHER Robert J Burns 116 East Third street found his brother Thomas A Burns 32 of 135 East Seventh street dend in an alley between Third nnd Fourth streets nnd in tho rear ol Crosby street yesterday afternoon The brothers parted at noon and four hours later Robert went in search of Thomas Knowing he was Tn tuncrl U 1 ML inira waid he began a search him nnd located him in the alley asleep Whenhis efforts arouse him failed Robert sum id aid and motorist removed stricken man to the Chester Hospital where he was pronouncert ri dead P onounceci The assoclntion as many othora An autopsy will be performed to P5otesteQ proposed classification and forwarded a code to Washington which it thought would be applicable to its CORONER SETS izauons it Is said a code will ho TIME FOR INQUESTS 01 to to determine Burns death the cause of Tuesday expects Appellate Court on tha for and for on of incompetency of the In Continued on Page Ten RETAirTDRUGGISTS A number of pharmacists In this t tall businesses clahned by gists to bc in no wav related fn th retail drug contemplated Officials of the Federal Emergency i uu ac win Relief Administration headed by lnflucsls at the office of Dcpi OFF PANHANDLED Harry Hopkins privately conceded GcofBC White Third and coal was just as necessary as food Noms slrcets next Thursday after T AO for tho destitute during the cold i lo determine the responsibility IAS VEGAS Nev Sept months They announced n I the same L dclths of Hinda Boobly of T Hntlcn 65 veteran desert street this city ant i in whn sentenced to Jean Sarazen 2d March King Charleigh Night Cotton Club Mist rc reached 1083 cents a pound I Continued on Pac Two Last In stocks the farm equipment is sues were in demand on the improve c n1ent m agricultural situation ieus Stop Gap Flaramzada Case and International Tirill Peace Lady His I cach rose a point Allied moved toward VOTE TABULATION Weather clear track muddy AT ROCKINGHAM Last Late Tea Technocrat Sun Probate Galon Lad Morway G O Paper Profits Rubans Choice Border King Lauretta Nash Peace Treaty For Weather clear track fast AT HAVRE DE GRACE miserable Karonilc Lad Aella Rhodius Ty wmk Pcncader Donald Step Vote Gcorjjc Jcssel Trcsle Weather clear track fast in its Kails firmed up with Penn NOW IN PROGRESS The task of officially tabulating the vote cast in last Tuesdays uri mary election was started after noon yesterday when of a new political party which lf the pnvileee of nlatinc on or time that the list of relief purchases already decided upon by the Admin istration would have to be enlarged Coal was one of the first additions made to the list Dcision as to what quantities of citizens CMl wU1 be sought probably will be reached on Monday Rep Patrick J Continued on Paje Two NURSE v an n o Donald J McCormick of Providence f dy5 in ja begging on the rood and Bullcns lane Nether Provi 5 twli t AtUVL TJ automoblJcsTmrJainlly a tourist out cents yesterday spent a dime The Boobly child who was six years r sinkers and played old was struck by nn automobile on i cr 15 ecnLs on K roulette wheel West Third street near Rennev street ln a samblmg palace and the McCormtck boy who was old man pyra S 15 cents to and de r mrbv lji Proved by IN ALLEGED PLOT CI oTinVwTnvPp section in of Section 3 g t1ncw group is tho WARMER palace Kllu was llle Mwhiske old was struck by a motor j emu on the Providence rond near i the postal savings his home Both children died n Arrcst5d later for begging he chosa Chester Hospital a cell Section 3 The signers of the petition are Scpt EEmrie of 7202 Hilltop roadvolmB 11UISR and her boy friend a WEATHER FORECAST cii1i j tOLUi Urt WllUll LUC fflrnHUp bers of the tabulating board t J wi nit ItllJUlrtHUH UDitru UPrP oUs coDnPr BnHmand Wet 5tocks sworn in bv Deputy ous coppers gold mining issues and mail order shares participated in the advance on 1000 shares and later extended iV American Tele Wi Robert Gibson Courtroom No 5 is being used by land in the tabulation board and will whicc to be used until the start of j Lodges of I or tonight annual celebration at officials the Grand tPhen rowto P were The latter Ellwood T RinehartrwhoYVwaslld Ihcm U i j i wife of Magistrate c home unless in cash were feated by John J Baling for fclJllJlillL it will be generally fair and thc quarters i iiie local lodgcmcn made the trip Republican nomination for rh K iml0rC51s leUing Otid Allows trate last Tuesdav Mr wis board of which are carl on thc Republican tickot rlpalinirc They arc Bermnn C James reaming at an jury commissioner beine drfrTtpri after Jossphstott Richard stratton VVifj The victim the idnapin plot here was lo daughter j liav i wiaijuil IJUJ i U dealing in the early j women Thfy arc Herman C James 1 movninp The dollar was slightly firmer in local foreign exchange dealings but it was off a shade abroad Gold in London dipped slightly The bond market continued to move irregularly German issues were steady Rails were mixed in a nar row range WOMAN INJURED Thomas P Maguire Ralph Howard j John Rowland John Young Henry OBrien Anna L Kearney Harrv Stein Isabel Harris Alexine M Mason Norma H Morgan Joel Thomas Charles J Gallagher Stan ley Alice Arters OF BOY SCOUTS PLAN PRIMARY VOTE FOR FIELD MEET Daylight Saving Time Period To End Tomorrow Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a m tomorrow morning The extra hour which was taken away last April when clocks were moved ahead an hour will bc given back with the end of Daylight Saving Time All that Chester residents will have to do will bc to turn the hands of clocks and watches ahead 11 hours when they go to bed to night nnd wake up on time tomor row Dont turn the hands backwards jewelers say even for the one hour which would correct the time Turn them ahead 11 hours County Commissioners C Edwin Hunter and James F Desmond who MOTORIST TQ TTTT rk I are tcchncally part of the board to 1S HJbLlJjmake the official tabulation Charles j H Drewes chairman of the board Alighting from a trolley car at Sec f commissioners was nol present ond and Townscnd streets shortly be e is at is llnlllc in Darby fore T a m today Mrs Sarah Dranor i coverms from a heart attack E 112 Easl Third street was run down carly in tllc by an alleged intoxicated motorist i representing The victim was admitted to the Ches Sloners tnc work of ter Hospital to receive treatment for voto is Frailk E McCann clerk lacerations of the head and brush commissioners office burns of the body and limbs Thc driver identified himself as A Benson 27 2305 Jefferson street Wilmington Del son of Po lice Captain Benson of that With him were three companions J F Buckley 25 1702 r nuuicnisM iuiu mice Arters 11 TJ i TI The oath was also administered to 1 AU Regular Republican Candidates Shown to Be the Winners n JH An analysis of the vote cast in All Participate in Events at Peshong Park September 30 is the day asidr lor every boy scout of Tho nurse Nicolina ycarr old re led road noi Yonkers thc area have came upon her sitting automobile Police said that she fr e and degrees J than pay a fine The grandll be there when I get out Haydcn smiled MENS RIVER OUTING Approximately 250 members of tha west End Business Mens Associa uoji and invited guests will be the guests of the Ericcson Line tomor row on a sail down to Delaware Bay will be the host for the occasion Weather permitting one of the best outings in thc history of the asso ciation is anticipated The boat will a m and Topacsof Tames a parked in ncr arms a large loaf of bread which had She named her boy friend James Two county boys handling revol vers shot themselves in the left hand Nothing right about that Being informative Ben Newsome told us that there is an ordinance that prevents cows from wandering LOS ANGELES Scpt i ai1d nclinS bicycles on the sidewalk SIME sfLVERMAN PUBLISHER DEAD Medley 25 years old who works for a Silverman founder and owner of the r psoline station near Balchcllcr theatrical magazine Vnriotv and home as thc originator of thc plot widely known as the Oracle of der thc NRA i Broadway was found dead yesterday ffcorn Mlkc Ho TWO INEBRIATES GET JAIL Major General Jr of this citv nomination foi ing seem G Price ing history ivho have corn are saying Uf9 Mike Honan says are wal local 61 years T Wright S events which will the tickets i the day in place have rc of 109 and C9fved favorable and enthusiastic Patrolman Kandravi thought he j Mr Silvcnnnn who of the gathering has gone struck a nudist colony carly this od came here Tuesday night from to an unrSKlreadyS a undrapcd Ncfro He had r forms thal a man there wanted to sell his wife for S5000 They cost a lot more than that been affhctcd with a bronchial con streets She was seeking He is survived In New York by his re protection from her husband who widow Hattie and son Syd who was Jhc hcr then chased i c Varlet duVinS his brnv R VTI brother R M Shilladay of the A votes over his Jimirtudj 01 ine sama Micnacl A Honan in nolirr cnur ius inc p sffls z SSSSS i I sr section of Delaware her from the house Th t Tnc erring hubby William Flamer program will get underway it was arrested and paid a fine of fathers absence HIGHLY PRIZElTrirE The Weather Sept cast Eastern Pennsylvania Mostly cloudy and somewhat warmer tonisht and Sunday showers Sunday after noon or night court on charges disorderly H DV JDr C Donahoo and pronounced under tnc influence of liauor for court days General of West marine officer and Hhe larceny of tho groups of bail bv Gcorca W Allen Fiv Jer offlcc 7337 votes The fourth candidate en a hearing in John Bulger president of the First VVeslcrr rennsylvania Mostly said the trouble Ward Roosevelt Club recently re r y and warmer ionisht rii T cooler trate Honan in the Second ward next Tuesday evening Continued on Last Page ;