TWENTY-FOu.. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1!>1S Phone '1600 for a WANT AD Taker Somerset Mine Report Issued Urges Safer Blasting, Further Ventilation ROCKWOOD. Pa.—Following an original inspection of tlv; Weimer Run Con! Company's Statltv,- mir.e, three milei west of Rockwoorl, Somerset county. Pa., a Federal coal nine inspector proposed saier blast- in? practices and further ventilating precautions in a report released •flay by the Bureau of Mines. Ke K!M. commended good timijcrins p-.ictices. Thomas B. Poveli in.--•;<: ted this mine lor the firs', time In October, when 3-1 men were producing ISO tons of con! daily. 3oth permissible explosives and bhck blasting powder were used for on-shift blasting in this mine. Inspector Fc-.vell advocated using only permissible explosives or pcrmissi- bl" blasti/ifr devices. Orders were issued by the mnnagemen; to dis- '•r,:itinue using black powder as soon as possible, the inspector reported. He also suggested using permis- <-i';!e electric cap lamps under- jroi-.nd in place of open-flame oner. and refraining from smoking in the mine. "Enough air was reaching the working places, except in two pla- ::«, and line brattices and incombustible stoppings between the main intake airways were used, the inspector stated. He proposed offset, installation, explosion door.i, and I f.fety devices for the ventilating! fan, air-lock doors or attendants at the single doors in the lef; section?, I least two permissible flame safe- ty lamps, and pro-shift and weekly examinations for gas an'! other hazards, Inspector Powell endorsed strict -nforccment of the systematic timbering method, and satisfactory roof-testing. He also suggested keeping "underground power wires from touching: combustib'.o material, wearing protective fontwcar, and providing underground firefighting- facilities, an effective check-in-and-out system, .ir.d o fire dnor at an effective point in the nMin haulage drift. 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