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   Oneonta Daily Star (Newspaper) - October 8, 1930, Oneonta, New York                               Oneonta Daily Star QKBMTA. Plan CO.--.NNI Crave' j Todd I iuiu tiic Britain's Dead Euea. Pr.Se iBost.n Streets Brazil h Ywk with Tread Tattle Hoover Pleads Mai MMt hard. atakf ott ropert Is Best w W and I art AgaitMl Street Car Senior 4 fw had enhtr. kaMMd Dcawcranc party for BaaarteJ Owned of thr that M mmghai the I'sjjled Port the 1-101, Fi Set Sail Saturday Night London. Oct. Tat special trato froas Dover Victoria station this hriaticg toto hurt tta tbe bodies of 41 of tt hie _ ____ Tbe trato BRtvajd gsaM B hKtea only by th. swddea H ID a guard of ha the Royal AST tote. Prime accompanied watting at of hto Mearby stood reststiea of Lrd by MacDonalU, walkksf wtth bed. air force men nterentiy bore tbs coffins to transference was carried out to sUecce. t Tix leaders then ttoved toward the Bortuary through a great throng that bad been waiting for boon the station. The from to crjr te coomitt the Mtd. hovtwtr, Uat Want (rtt h DM KCeptcMtk but ntU Mtcpt Perching: Reviews h Rrrieiring With 11 ere Gonrawi Hirkie of Irr, Hurley and Adam -It's iwlhj _ _ that tbe Detaorraur party Why. a thry ftmtt; they would all b- sTijiaHln but n was a new reunn at that. DM yon ever oottre. hv URU >cmr ncu auuu vric Youn. WILL KOCQtS Clain Victory Near cuarraatortftl ca.eifn.lcn as tranacrod party Man. a qunuasi as i syMrm which has pisthf prupmy is to spread onr the la tbe of oM a rapacity audience t n_ quouon of a and undrftied j tTOgreiMt Into Lol ler judv-ury one lor partuan dtvui- i ter Government Claim, of j lo Hold Control watched to silence. Tbe tenders covered tbe route to tbe mortuary under rato. They were followed by a long Bne of aatotno- bues carrying MacDonald, of the cabinet, officials aad relatives. Another guard of honor will stand all night at the mortuary. Tbe draped and decorated wtth palms, and tbecboace of theBXrtaaiy ten- ponry mtinc place ajmtic tram the data! ID idattra to attempt to Mentifr the bodtet at well to facilitate tbe civil loquett requli'td by law. British Destroyer Reaches Data' With Victims' Bodies Dorer, Enc, Oct. 7 British de- (tioyer tonight bnntht back to tbe hon- on of UM empire 4T caOnm tbe bodies of the bfMe of mra that perished 6aadKr to tbe wnefc of CM R-101. In tbe ehm ttw slipped into her bertb to the alutc of an hooor guard of SO men of tbe icyi! air force. A single accident marred tbe mom of tie from tbe tUrring farewell of France Sur Her, acrov the thaanel. The Tempest came In alone, bringitii tU UK coffins. At the atart she was ac- tomptRied by her aMer ihlp, the de- ttroj-er Tribune, but the TnSUSe ran tground after leavinc BouJotue. Tbe Tempest Untied back to ber assist- wice. "Alien it fouud the Tribune bad diningtd her propeUer, all the coOns ahe but kooard were trantfemd to the Tac- which then started under Tun steam :cr Dover. Tbe Tribune went to Ports- aiouUi for repairs. At the pier in Dover the of the dead, Iram Ijord Thooson, Buy Other today were: DowltoB of the appellate drrt- ston denied a saoaan by counsel for far an order to show cause why writ of BrobBction should not be towed the grand jory which indict- ed Cwald aand others from ktt 1 I Boaton, Oct. T that echoed the of Rcvoluttuoarr heroct today wutt tbe triad of TB.aoo Amentaa' lefioanatocs In one of tbe treaMM Mltt-j ury speetaeka Mew erer WK- Investment Stocks At New Low Levels rail oo you lo uphold that benute of i juuicr banded duwn to m" I He read from an editorial In New York Eraxtnc WorUl which art! tbe adrtrr of the Tammany adriwry ccca- Thousands Listen i hoU-wmr >oriai Ortier Has Fool in Krligioiu Faith, Whirls Some Sytieau Seek lo Detlrov Before that packed the streets! mmtltationa beyond the Uadti set bjr and oOce tbe and Repealed Bull CamtMiams UM tovcrnor. their aaziUarr menoers marched thrauch _ ._ _ anonumeaaeut Made that chv.vc oovmptkn ta Macnatun and the aad a tttsll a3 caltad before Special lanttfcator bury and tjocattomd In opso court. Only one was called before the iraand jury which todlct-1 ed Ewald. Martin J. Mrs. Bwald! -_- w Thomas j.Toniiianey on otace buy. Be wac their auxiliary menben marched through flag-draped streets to the tuna of wo- Holden rn a parade which started to tbe am aad ended after darkness: bad fallen, i Feet that sloughed through tbe mud ofj Planners, that packed down tbe snow! of Archangel and paced the decks of; sounded their cadence under I Steel, American Telephone a clear blue sky. From right and left promlcent dropped tbe Of tbe crowd and from' Oct. Ktvt of an atuck upon American property In Bra- zil camr today rcincidrn: m'vb ment from Ambassador Amarel of that country saying tus govrmment would rt- sort U bloodshed to quell the moluixm "when bloodshed was Ub statement came shortly before the Ending in Faiinre Believed j 'Si lo Hawe Discouraged Many1 the feahla had been attacked. State poUee i H. Tattle, Reputahcan pomlnrt for were understood to have stood off the' ernor. embarked on a two weeks' speak tog tour of Hew York state. Hew York. Oct. 7 States. Anutrel said "a general offensive wUli Starting from New York city shortly and other: lake place slu.-tly and tbe government' before noon today, he sped north at BO an hour, pausing for short speeches Crotpfi. C Fireworks boomed and hind played service to j to old time notjtical style today as Charles score, of small pune. sent down: cushion of Healy. a Tammany leader. the day he was appointed. He is suing: Mayor Walker for HSO.OOO u a remit of his dismissal- I William Jay Sclueffelia. president tif! the imion. said be would ask the executive committee trmorrow to au- an appeal to Uje public for nee-'. funds. Tbe totrrtigation wouM j take to Roosevelt's appolnticent of Ama- i deo O. Benin! as a Judge of general ses- and also tbe financial transaction; of the mhatag Justice Crater. the steady drone of motors. There were the of "The Loos. Long Trail." -Hinky Dinky Partez- to new low Is confident it will be able to restore or- j lor tbe year or longer to today's1 der. Tbe news romrnlnr the defection' in Yonltrry, Tmrrrtpwii. only to rebound from a; of a pan of the navy b devoid of foun- i PeeksklU and Beacon, supporting and end' dation." From Yonkers, ..here he was met by where they were j from Uruguay, attributed to local political leaders, toehidtog WUUam revoluUonary centers to Rio Grande do j ward. Republican leader of Westebeater at the close of the previous session. Prices of active issues touched levels j t: to lower before tbe market turned j abruptly upward to the tost hour of! trading. United States Steel and Amer-i Labor May Now Ask Repeal of Dry Law Parade Past -Cradle ttterty" The parade route carried them past "the cradle of Paneuil hall; over tbe scene of the famous Boaton massacre. wki .bout Lrueuay Reports Progress tl of the lowest prices reached to the; a selling panic of but November, and Radio' Of Insurgents to Sao Paulo and General Bectric dropped about (2J each to record km terete for the present' shares. ball and over Beacon Hill past the pres- state house sat a group to ta of men. their figures bent by the years, but extending a welcome treat Braafl Obaurktag Reaolntions Introdneed at Federation Gathering at Boston Indicates Change of Policy Montevideo. Uruguay. Oct. 7 tJPt. Frontier dispatches torJght reported the vanguard of the insurgent army advane- tnc upon the great coffee exportiug ceu- ter of Sao Paulo had crossed the border of tbe state of Parare into the state of Mountain BatUe Field. 8. to Tammany traders not to tatl- On. T a mountato valley ly to tbe grand jury Inquiry toto betide Uw Kings Mountain battle ground. ut ortlft bartering they have' oeatenoanu of the mull bacd of pa- to eoacral. trtou who fought to today are not words.- said. I heard President Hoover plead for the the words of a great Democratic; pttaervation of American ImUwOons journal. Draw your own cooctadooa.- which had tbrtr birth to the Revolution- ary war. dang tbe growth of foreign of Bin am aunt which he said destroy -the driving of eqjuallty." the President "tt la the first duty of of us who to the American system to maintain a knowledge of and to It. not particularly became need fear those foreign systems, but because need to sustain ours to purity and stmwth.- Thousands of forming a pano- rama up tbe hillside across from whttw Mr. Hooter spoke, stood to a ttharhtpc sun to bear him. Huge microphones car- ried bis across the hills. Rows of automobiles stretched away toto surrounding cornfields. Towering scene was a monument to the mem- Derormted automobiles joined the orl- ory of the who died fa glnal caravan of five cars until at times a procession that stretched a mile or more followed Tattle's car. Tuttle spoke from prepared notes at Yonkers. largely to the labor legislation record of past Republi- can legislatures, but at TaiTytown be concentrated extemporaneous fire, which he continued at tbe other stops, ion the policies of Governor Roosevelt. Sul. which said the nortbern states of county. It was just one long parade the Pemambuco Rio Grande do None. Pia-; tb milts toto Poughkeepsle. lacked confirmation. Furtter from Bratil filed past. They to wholesale liquidation of Latin tosurgsnts. American which may bate con- U bitted to tbe unsettlement to stocks. certain sensltrre to BrasUlan were under pressure for a of life w of tbe legion call to tl. Prom all over the world the legion- naires bad come, Greece, Panama, t: aad Porto jtmle. bunraiaed Although the practiced of 13 years ago was duller, one and all flashed a Boston, Oct. 1 change to the snappy "eyes right" as they passed the reviewing stand on Tretnont street From tbe stand General John J. Fershtog. war-tune leader of the dough- boys, looked down on his comrades of grimmer days. By his side stood Genera: i Influence on the market Henri Gounod, war hero of Prance, i Tbe day's transactions aggregated 3 with his left band while his shares, or about more than yesterday's. Declines were mor numerous than advances at the close o the day, but the more active shares gen rebel communique stated 3.000 to-1 with particular emphasis on surgent soUeis occupied tbe town of j refusal to extend tbe powers of UK extra- lurare. only 290 miles from and on tbe ordinary grand jury called to Investigate direct railway line to Sao Paulo. This I tbe Ewald case. vattguard Is being rapidly followed by Fanden Frati An Farts prohibition policy of the American Fed- eration of Labor from modification to repeal was requested tr-toy to resolutions submitted to tbe manual convention. Tbe federation now frvors modification to permit the use of 1.75 per cent beer. Support of tbe repeal movement was asked to a resolution submitted by Robert empty right sleeves hung by his side. Hesketh of Cincinnati. Another resolution, submitted by Arthur J. Bemuregard of Providence. R. L, said "the Volstead act has failed com- pletely to bring about tbe Utopia prom- ised by its advocates, peal. The resolutions were referred to the resolutions committee. A resolution which delegates predicted be watched his comrades, would produce much discussion was sub- Generals Penning and Gouraud Sate to the first hour, when a flurry ot short covering carried several Issues temporarily from to ST. the news that stock exchange officials had de termtoed to place bearish operations under closer crutlny wat without notable Tetemi i of the British army. With him was The composite price Index of 90 lead and asked for re- Legionnaire Patrick. J. Hurley, now sec. mg shares showed a net gain for the retary of war. and Secretary of tbe Navy da. Of 1-10 of one point. Charles Francis Adams. And proud was I_______________ National Commander O. L. Bodenhamer' mitted by Tnorois A. Storess, Sewport.' celved a tremendous ovattor. of air, to cook's t, which asked for the federations ashore by men firm the royal lir force. A common grave, to accord with then- support of Insurance leg- islation. Other resolutions presented favored ex- and a rtet of color. There was j re- Boston was to welcome both the American hero j and the bearded "lion of the Somme." Tbe parade was a steady blare of Thompson Is Upset By Wife's Robbery n fate. U being plwmed for tbem tension of the age limit for applicants for delegation from France with one of; Chicago Mayor Chal- Cardington, borne pott of the R-101, i employment fa federal government serv- the famous "40 homines et 8 ehevaux" j from Tiiich ibe set out Saturday night ice. Anotber protested against the labor cars that wheeled the doughboys to policy of chain stores. the front. Arizona had its menagerie of local beasts and Tombstone emphasized its bid lor her disastrous voyage to India, Stodj and reverently, tbe coffins were STiri to six railway attached to a iptcial train. Each wait draped with a Vilon Jack. An ertTlrr car of tbe train ns filled with wreaths fern Prance and Jrom tome. Three of tbe disaster, tocbd- tf H. J. Leech who was navigating when she crashed, arsompanied the The others were A. V. Bell aad J. H. Binks. Four other lurvlvora were fe.': in a hospital at Bea-raia. High coTeruimnt officl-.'j. Walker Wonld Start i for the legte, convention of by ex-, Another Investigation' tombstone with the words ________ all be there." The parade was divided into state dele- New York. Oct. t (ft.-Mayor Walker and tbe state delegations toto announced a thorough imestiga- posts. As a result the New York, Peun- j lenge to Police After 000 of Ene- mies of Thompson Seen Chicago. Oct. T Thompson down tbe gauntlet to but police today to find tbe ten who robbed of worth of jewelry and Uon toto tity condemnation proceedings syftmnia. TJltoois. Iowa. Ohio and New win be launched. He said the Inquiry Jersey divisions took up mOe after mDe ner to bed- prostrated by the shock would sift the acquisition of the Hotel of the parade. j Police Commissioner Alcock. Accepted scores of men. women and children to tbe responsibility the collapsed or fsuited during LJbby property, for which the missing 'justice Crater was receiver. This was represenang htt father, the taken over as a pait of tbe mayor's pro- tbe crush and were treated at emergency nUr.ifter. stood by the cot- pond snodel housing program and tbe nations established along tbe line of ftn being placed aboard tbe special'. city has appealed a tentative award of march. rain. i mpproHmattly offered by A Mg crowd of ctvfflaw (lathered dur- Supreme Court McCook. ine day. long Uftes of j___________________________ their way from Utrkm down to afternoon. An hour aad a half after tbe Tempest UK funeral ttjn steasaed f the station for tralon. (nurd of bonor stood at salute and tte rear Ughts vanished- Not far could be heart tbe channel sort, i like mufiVd wrums beat a re- i for the through FIcaidy. troops tougbt to the World war. 1 Petitions Are Filed for Carroll a.ul that told front of tbe roc's Sheridan road apartment tbe pub- lic read two questions- "Who'" and j tbe Inspired by a theory i tbat underworld of Alcock took tbe sensational method of robbing tbe may- to jeopardise U Pew static fBBerabevtfhate bmught such spontaneous expressions patby. Whenever tbe coffins reached people laid on tbem i Anotber theory was tbat Him. Albany. Oct. 7 Dry "7 preservation party tonight bad oHdally !tnat tBE walling to hold up entered a ticket of two to tbe state cam- hncBoms paign wtth filing of nominating aauateawtr rf gathered from tbe fields made familiar fqr cmM. of the1 taiuugimit tbe world by tbe war. AH the way from Beaovass to were nmnlrj to the chan- togne crowds ttoed the uacks. qrracuse unlventty faculty, as tbe candl-! date for governor and for Miss Grace three men who tore the Jewelry OuuaJfum of planes flew over Beau- van as tbe bodies were pot aboard tbe trato. followed then to Boulogne and escorted tbem oat to sea. ol Uie .tiarivors cf tbe SuaiseT j There were tigttt squadrons o! FrtrcJi well enough to snake the trip' photo to the ab- as tbe destroyers Tcn- Ute bodta. They Were H pest and Trtbone steamed out toto tbe channel on their voy> the two wanbtos plowed out froti breakwater. The cofttas at tbe r-rT-monv on French soil bad been between J Leech. was V. Bed aad i. H. the R-ltl tato the The sywQiBtoy the astsfortane rvttatod Prance aad Brttaiu found its The emblem of tbe Unrd book. for Pluf. CwUToll borr? more than twtce tbe twees- number. It was filed late today with the secretary of state by Henry A. j. Castor, a Republican district leader of and M. B. L. Vaa Over of In- Nasaaa county. from Mrs. Thompson and slugged her pouceman-chautfear dicate they knew surprtsr at The communique said a rebel destroyer was pursuing a ship aboard which the state presidents of Rio Grande do Horte nd of Perauibuco were fleeing to Dso de Janeiro, i: ibis news ta true, part of tbe Braatllan navy is eooperattog with the Tuttle contrasted the sweeping powers with which tbe governor clothed Samuel Untcnujcr to bte into pur- ch.n.n rtsU to oovo- ty with Uaklted aiithflrtiy ed the eKiraurdtaary grand jtwy ID llew York. "Be dealt to no legal tachnicab'- tt was A scene   rubber producing state I of Para, north ut the capital, and In I Parana, soutberjy, bad been crushed i without Mooushed. Defeat of tbe rebels! ir. Parana would be a severe Mom to! them, for through this state rebel j planned to attack the large cof- ee metropolis of Sao Paulo. i Government troops are moving toward! the dominated by the rebels. I contending tbat the entire bat- le fleet will remain k-yai. toe government asserts regular army soldiers to tbe capi- tal district, numbering 10.000, will stand trato strive to them an equal abut. tbe umpire of The winner to be who coBsdentlotsi training, greatest tty, tbe strongest character. Bochussm or its violent brother. compel all 'be to equally; It would bold to the wd of the backward. Anarcny would provide neither training nor um- DepotUsB or goteiuinent those who run and also those who wto. of aU 'Half Loaf Better Dry Leader Broome Women Btoghamton. Oct. 7 of a series of campaig "Whatever tbe merits c these other systems may be. they tbe destruction of tbt lone of equal opportunity, and de- struction of our ronstlUiBMi. for our Mittical framework would serve none of tbem and many of fundamental pro- visions are tbe negation of them. They abandonment of nation's spiritual heritage." Holding tbat be could not of social inter or sound erannmta system tbat net hate roots to nngjout faith, tbe President said "it is significant that Mote of these systems den? religion and to expel tt." "Ko bltod materialism can for tone; Wtmit! toyalties of he add. veieran MJ-nUtaJf Uwofh tt strongly tbe American system, h not an end to itself, but Is only one of i many instruments to accompush j profound of tbe pao- j pie. which are largely religious to origin. This country Is dedicated not to tbe par- Than -In tbe eches. Edmund ttctlft- Ue ftjt M J_H It to to the financial field, bower.' tbat federal officials say taey have tbe' final edge. The central government has; B. Jenks, veteran dry leader of tbe New i York state assembly, today urged tbei election of H. Tuttle. Republican! "While we cannot permit any forespi candidate for governor. j person or agency to war ta- Mr. Jenks characterised as futile the i stiwmons. yet we must took to oar own been advanced by the Bank movement of the todepedeat drys for tbe conduct tbat we do not. by our own fall- of Bradl u put down the rebellion.' election of a third party ticket. ore to uphold and safeguard the true whereas tbe rerohnionaries are said to "What can the drys expect from Taat- spMt of A win-in, weaken our own tasO- no ftaandal resources. maaytacd dtsBotinjf wked. -All aad uutiuj tbe very forces winch aaOonal greatness." to Movies Todav When W oburn more tensperance by owa asn to a de- legislation it will be brought about j struction of equality of uppmtapltt. Su Francisco. Oct. 7 com- through tbe same agency- Mr- JenkT to oostoem except to mnntot was made at sauUm of the I emergency." be to -The tocar- Allan Katertoti Dead to be said he strvtted by Ktox Onrge to fzprest the grataade of Ute ktog for the BM af the Pitaiii Tort, Oct. 7 at the of tbe ttmurt. dM today after aa flBcsa of tstv> weefek Tbe afEncy toaaded by star on tbe chauffeur. Peter OllaOey. One of the robbers, saiirv; he was a "cop Mil O Oft general but was interrupted try bto oompanion's retem the jeweh. was taken by Detective Chief Nor- ton tne men did not kuuw who Tbe robbery }ust before aud- tdgbt. Two men forced her rnsen her wuie a third corrrcd OKal- J JPT- JCZ'S. I JJUttlpJ tlAti a lark entrance where Jw rtaci. i plat- were saajcbed f-ooi ber. Six ing to show communist to sub- vert men of the Sutes anr.-. Tbe conuninee will open sessions to- morrow to Los wbere Will Hays. movie moeul. has Deen unmnonrd to what be may know of tbe alleged dte- to to-I by Representative Hamilton Fish. Broonre County Republican women here j nation of tyranny through bureancracT They dta i York, closed iu San Prancifco today. i Arrivtag at Ktogi MountatA. a. C, finding a today after bearing testisoony tend- .aUf jyraf Better Ttrn Hi-i" otlwr type of opCrao enforcesafot thsm j Gotemom Rfehardt to re-elect Governer "AaeteM and art sooth Carolina. Gardner of North Curo- nothtog." be told tbem. He i am and BmroBwri of OeorUa urged andtvMed support of Mr. Tuttle i- aaty and torce. ______ of the frfestABhto and symaathy vuttu tastlcwtteaed tbat France, by the sorrow oy Ma ma. Wttnssa sod stotert, after IBS death. ATaa Prnketwrn. tbe grand JQD, became bead of tit: to ItO The founder exposed a pW to Abraham Uftcotr. sa 'tti. acC .Miffed o-rto. agencr uok u actrw pan to all French people fed. I vtanaf to send afl of ttaaaks and ap-jprtor the end? of after the luuueis fled. tbe screeo. today UM of dntribcUoB of wortm aad tbe tesUoncy one tastssn of dttfloBttoc) of to Boy Scouts. The of propaganda to Midm and feii iargety upor by tbe ItepobBcam on the "half a loaf Is better than SBBkUl nc toe iivTfniiJmn be streagthrTjeal rather than as -to aoth bnpe for the ury to Sots Here Box Eaipty Stock MarJkef Di4 totsd Tww Von. af 113 Tt of 4ff7 lii M traded "M Tort Umed at Hew York. Oct. 7 de> cf ttrtacHtj propaganda posB box of acprease Court JasCce Jo- U.-JMd States scab Farce Craxr. stoee Augsst: tbftr armal on tbe XajMUe, t. was opened today w? coosty .iCKSiis. Ibey wtil acd was fouM to ht eaapty. it had tern board of hoped, in view of tbe fjuiore of lul oUacr i that they, that tbe deposit hoc saigbt yieW fcHawatliiii of the nasm for tbe I Oa and atud Ivay bere. Frv.gMerCkevS.ute   

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