Daily News from New York, New York on June 30, 1935 · 223
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Daily News from New York, New York · 223

Publication:
Location:
New York, New York
Issue Date:
Sunday, June 30, 1935
Page:
223
Start Free Trial
Cancel

SUNDAY NEWS, JUNE 30, 1935 r3 i. E3. HALTS mm STRIKE FH 3d TIME By JOSEPH I- MILLER. t A..h cU'il I'm-m Slaff Wriler) Washington. D. C. June .29. President Roosevelt tonight stepped into the soft coal labor dispute for the third time and at his request John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, withdrew the order he had issued at noon to more than 400,000 miners to walk out at midnight tomorrow. Lewis agreed with Duncan Kennedy of Charleston, W. Ya., spokesman for the operators, after they were called into coference by Secretary of Labor Perkins, to continue operations at present wages and hours through July 31, by which time Administration leaders hope to get the Guffey coal bill enacted into law. "IabVs TtilU It Over" r I V " ' 1 fti f ' J ji 3 I I k) 1 . . , izy ! f i (NEWS photol George Z. Medalie (right) is met by Gov. Lehman in the lobby of the Lehman home in 1'ark Ave. yesterday. Medalie was one of four leading lawyers who refused to take the racket-probing job. Kennedy had no power to bind, the operators to any agreement, lit he predicted they would ac-eept it. Secretary Perkins announced the truce shortly after l M. Had Ordered 4.10.000 Out. Lena than nine hours before Lewis announced that he was sending out strike orders to 6.000 locals mbracing, he said, anout 430,000 John L. Secretary Lewi Perkins Figure in oai wnino Afrifcar. miners. The strike order followed collapse of wage and hour negotiations. The operators offered 35-Imur week and present wages until April I next year. The miners demanded a 30-hour week and a 10 ler cent, pay increase. Miss Perkins told reporters: "Mr. lewi, and Mr. Kennedy, who represents the operators in the conference, have been., talking: th intra over with me this afternoon unit nirain this evening. "We have come to some under-stnndintr that I thought ought to be made clear. 1 have consulted the President, and we believe it is nppropriate nd wise for the United Mine Workers to postpone a strike call for at least 30 days, with efforts in the - meantime to teach a reasonable agreement in the public interest. "W e believe this can be 'done." Strikers Battle In Tri-State Area. Catena. Kan.. June 2'.) .V. Fighting broke out in picket lines lit the st i -ike-troubled lead and zinc mines of northeastern Oklahoma today as order was restored by National Cuardmen in the Kansas ector of the. Tri-State field. Oklahoma officers seized sixteen loaded rifles anil shotgun and four pistols in a pool hall at Hocker-itle. Ok la. Owen Watts, Assistant Attorney Cencral who led five State operatives in the raid, said fifteen Oklahoma mines are be in if picketed in the strike of union miners for better working conditions and recognition of collective bargaining. "We've had three fights on the ( Cont unit d on poge C, cot. 1) The act paid circulation For May exceeded Daily-- - 1,575,000 Sunday - 2,450,000 The Largest Daily and Sunday Circulation in , America LEHMAN NAMES DEWEY ATTORNEY FOR VICE PROBE By ROBERT CONWAY. New York's $1,000,000,000 vice und racket investigation was dumped yesterday on the young shoulders of Thomas E. Dewey, former United States Attorney after four leading Republican lawyers in a two-hour conference with Gov. Herbert II. Lehman again insisted they were "too busy" to undertake the headline task for which a Special Court ses sion u'4 rallpil VrJrlav. The leading barristers who spurned Gov. Lehman's personal pleas for assistance were Charles Kvans Hughes Jr., son of the Chief Justice; George Z. Medalie, whose resignation as United States Attorney lifted Dewey, then his chief aid, to that office for the unexpired term; Thomas D. Thacher, former United States Solicitor General, and Charles H. Tuttle, former president of the New York Bar Association and Medalie's predecessor as United States Attorney in this district. Gov. Lehman's designation of Pewev was made shortly after 1 P. M. at his home, 820 Park Ave., where he argued futilely in' the effort to persuade one of the four prominent to accept the post. "Governor, why didn't you recommend Mr. Dewey earlier?" asked a reporter. "Because he was less well known (Continued on pugt i, col. S) EXPLOSION KILLS TWO Maxton, N. C, June 29 VP). Tom Wilson, 40-year-old sawer, and an Indian -woman were killed today and several colored persons injured in a boiler explosion at a saw mill. i . ( s I K 'mi is mi na laalBliMA- iJa-JUje Thomas E. Dewey Hm'lt paint thm finger at racket mm OF GAUG UIG "WASHED-UP BY SOUHD By TOM CASS1DY. The trussed body of Joseph Pincus Goodglass, a business associate of the man whose testimony sent Owney Madden back to Sing Sing for violating his parole, floated off the Sound and into the Byram River at Portchester yes- terday. It was a typical traneland ex- WMlTt PVAIV9 -' WCSTCHeSTC, 9 ,lBtMONf - - oTi : : : n a.4 .1 . M . -f"" . tl" Map local Fort Chttttr, N. Ym (A), whmra body was found. ecution, police said after inspect- injf the corpse. Goodgiass disappeared last April 16. He was president of the llydrox Linen Supply Company. His partner, Israel Levy, president of the affiliated llydrox Laundry, of Brooklyn, doomed not only Madden but also two of his pals. Little Frenchy Guillaume and Jerry Sullivan, to Sing Sing by his testimony. The body, clad in an expensive dark suit, light topcoat and black shoes, all of pood quality, was noticed at 10 A. M. by Andrew JContinittd i, tL i) ,- - DAILY ALMANAC SUNDAY. JUNE 30, 1935. (Daylight Savins Time) Generally fair today and tomorrow. Not much change la temperature. THK NIW BAKOMRTKK Sunrijie, 5:17 A. M.; sunset, 8:31 P. M. Moon rises. 6:02 A. M.; seta. S:3 K M. Mi.rn-Injc star. Saturn; evening star, Venus. First' quarter, July dth; full moon, lfith; laxt quarter. 22d; new moon. 30ih. TEMPERATURES IN NEW YORK. MAXIMUM, Noon MINIMUM, 19 P. M ' 1 a. m 74110 a. m S! 7 p. m 74 2 a. ni 73IU a. in 2 8 p. in 71 3 a. .72 4 a. m 72 1 p. m Noon JS! 9 B. m 6S K4 1 1 0 p. til fi" 6 a. in 71 2 p. m S4!ll p. n 7 ( . ni 7 3 p. m Ml I'nofficial 7 a. m 6l 4 p. m TSiMidnight b t a. m 721 S p. m 771 1 a. m 9 a. m 75 6 p. m . . Z a. m for twenty.four hourm ended at 5 P. M.. June 29: M.an temperature, 77; normal. 72; excess since Jun. I, 7S dei-'rees; de-flciein-y since June 1. 6 decrees. i'recipitation. none; Ueliciency since Jan. 1. 4.1ll intbes; etcess since June 1. .43 inch. , 8 A.M. I P.M. P.arometer J0.0SI 30. MS Ilumjilitv S;t 7S Wind direition SVV Wind veUxity 4 11 T1MB OF TIUE9. Uotrrnorfl Simtl Book lilind Brll Cial A.M. t.H. A.M. I' M. A.M. CM. Rllh alr I II t.M M U:l tl turn tr :!$ 214 SV.4 S:4S :U :3S for hieh waler: Jimalm But. I anlnulr ta Gofrwr isiancl; Wtllna Cotnt. H1 3 ttcwirp ft mora SUna: t'cconle Bay. sdd 4 bottra t Governor laland. (Inrormafloa rumlvhed b t-'nltrrt Siater Coaat aid GnuUft te StirrrT : OarhrM Sartne Tim. I RKCOKLIS IN AMERICAN C1T1KS. 4iMrTa1ion at ITnitfHl Sl.ilp WVathor Burrau Ljttono tkcu at a P. M. tDasliKbt AVllta; t'luel. ramperafiirea talnfalt LaM 24 Hit. Last H tVealaV- Cltle tlirt lw Rar. Hi. er H..L,i, itil tin ."111 I4 CJu1v I h.. au 7 K'J .04 unly Iiatlaw MO 70 -iH Hi I'Vlily l-nr K4 fts Sii.ftM Clar h.m;. t n hrJ 70 -in Hit I'luudy Anfrlrs 7i o K'i Clear Mi inn 1 8M 78 :lil.O-i .'JS I'lulhly MjnilHili 4 4 !4 i )r:tr Nw Drlc-aui . fll 7H ;tll ltd .74 Cloiuly Satllr H4 fi4 i I'M .IK Kam VI. l.uili XS ! yw.HH .4 Rain Wu.li ion. i) c. to 70 ao.iMt ciomtr 1935 JUNE 1935 30 I I I I 1935 JULY 1935 'Mkwi InrMi IniMT I mif iTnyy 5 6 l4ll6l7pT92iT The NEWS in TABLOID -AND INDEX- NEW YORK AND V ICINITY; Gov. Lehman names Thomas E. Dewey to probe billion dollar vice and rackets here. Page 2. Gang victim's body washed up by Sound. P. 2. Mrs. Gloria Vanderbilt puzzled by new quirk arising out of Carew custody decision. P. 6. Gen. Johnson would have any man on relief accept any private job offered. P. it. Two brothers jailed under Public Enemy Law for having drink of beer together. P. 8. Youth binds hands and feet to drown self in swimming pool. P.24. Theodore Roosevelt 3d and a maid burned in fire at Oyster Bay home. P. 24. Seven thousand losing right t sell beer as licenses expire. P. 28. Transfer of felons from Welfare to new $8,500,000 prison on Rikers Island begins as first 250 are shifted. P. 32. . LaGuardia's appointment of Moses to Triboro Bridge Authority mystifies. P. 35. SEC won't allow Stock Exchange to remove Hupp Common from, listing. P. 45. Gov. Lehman and crowd of 7,000 dedicate PWA housing project in Bronx. P. 67. Murray Posner, who once gave Helen Kane $50,000, is arraigned for grand larceny on business associate's charge. P. 67. UNITED STATES Washington, D. C. President Roosevelt halts mine strike for third time. Page 2. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Dance pavil-lion collapses in thunderstorm, hurling hundreds into stream; scores hurt. P. 3. Catskill, N. Y. Clerk says he murdered girl, 9, after torturing her for hours. P. 3. Detroit. Three dancers and gunman arrested in Indiana in connection with killing of Howard C. Dickinson. P. 3. Chicago Dorothy Appleby, actress, sues furniture heir for $250,000 balm an hour before Illinois outlaws such actions. P. 12. Washington, D. C. Roosevelt calls on Congress leaders for prompt action on wealth tax. P. 16. Amarillo, Tex. Black widor spider refuses to bite newspaper reporter. P. 31. Green Lake, Wis. Methods used by G-Men assailed before Wisconsin Bar' Association. P. 32. Washington, D. C. Navy purchases sixtv superior "mystery planes." P. 34. Meridian, Miss. Endurance fliers conquer fire in plant. P. 42. Washington, D. C. U. S. ends fiscal year in red nearly $3,500,-000,000. P. 44. New Haven, Conn. Boss guilty of chiseling wages of girl dress factory workers. P. 58. Hudson, N. Y. Uncles to fight $25,000 award to father for alienating affections of daughter. P. 51). FOREIGN Peiping. Strange armed force of plain clothesmen enters Peiping after mutiny. Page 30. L o n d o n. Japanese propagandists seen poisoning Anglo-U. S. friendship. P. 43. Paris Pierre Chiappe, president of Municipal Council, injures predecessor in duel. P. 65.- INDEX TO FEATURES Advice to Parents (Page 54); Auto Notes (48); D. Blake (56); Books (60); Brain Teasers (56); Capital SturT (38); Chapman (65); The Correct Thing (54); Crossword Puzzle (52); A. Donnelly (55); Dr. Cutter (55); Editorial (39); Fashions (54); Friend in Need (52); Gallico (70); Handwriting (52); Heart Balm Racket (46); W,. E. Hill (49); Horoscope (52); Inquiring Photographer (39); Justice Story (50); Men' Fashions (78); Movies (69); Nancy's Daily Dish (65); Numerology (52); Obituary (44); Patterns (57); Puzzles (53); Radio (42); Serial Story (63); Short Story (61); Society (36); Theatres (66); Trader (44); Voice of the People (39); Your Favorite . Recipe, (65), ;

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 21,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Daily News
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free