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   Record-Argus, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1928, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                EVENING RECOUP Stoneboro Citizen EIGHTIETH U39 THE RECORDARGUS COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRtf REPORT AUGUST 1928 Sbbatue JAMESTOWN WORUO FULL MARKET REPORTS NEWS OF THE WORLD ESTABLISHED WIND E PUCES I Trees Wind Tears Through Growing Fields to Add to Farm I DuPont Conies into Smith Fold Chairman of General Motors Corporation to Lend Active Aid to New HOME ON WEST SIDE ited New Du chairman of tae boards of the Du Pont do Nemours and Company and the General Mo tors today declared ho would support Governor Alfred Smith for the presidency of the Un IGale Cuts Divergent Swath Smith has the strength of char Through Vaneyand Centrai inctor to correot thc evlls Prohu Part Water Runs ibltlon law enforcement arid make re j commendations necessary for the so lution of the liquor Du Pont said In a prepared state ment explaining his Du Fonts stand was Yesterday the General Motors Cor poration granted him a leave of ab sence during the political The board refused to accept his re He Is one of the leaders In the association against the prohi bition John Democratic nat ional Is a personal friend and business associate of Du Raskob resigned as chairman of the General Motors committee to keep the corporation out of He is still a Raskob said he did not believe Du Pont would become a member of tho Democratic advisory Asked if he and Du Pont regard ed prohibition as the main Raskob answered There are many In his statement Du Pont said Smiths declaration In favor ol modification gives greater enforce ment than does the nonconstruc tive opinion of his Damage running into thousands if dollars was done to the district outh of extending well owanl by the heavy rain of yesterday While ither parts of the county had se ere tills section with Fre Sonia apparently about the Vas visited by a accom by high winds and Injury of a variety heartbreak ng to agriculturists was done to the just nicely ripenluft flattened to the ground by thb ind and driving rain many of thc alks being broken off with no hope their righting Wheat had been harvested and shock was scattered about the fields in bme Fruit trece and fees were badly practical every resident of the section suf 5ring some dunlage from broken The roods were damaged by wash its to an extent hard to which before the rain ere smooth and level had huge gul washed in all of the sur ce being washed away to tho Hard Many low spots j the road were covered with water fen for several hours after the IMany motorists were stranded or fched on the roads the Those who continued drlv were forced to travel through ball lakes in A number of jvelers were unfortunate enough 1 wet the electrical or drive off the and had to re n until the storm number of trees were struck by and in several cases whole jes were blown A number sign boards were blown down and Electric and telephone Ivlce were considerably Interrupt Tby the runs In the stormswept Ition quickly became raging tor Its in the flooding low as and going out of their banks but the higher A tiber of homes in the lower see were reported Pater is said to have overflown railroad tracks near Kremls to record from 652 meters to 775 of several The flood meters when the j New South jo far as was learned no Plus has selected tho sons wore injured directly by tho Euchartst and our Lady as the gen jrm or through falling A i cral subject for discussions at the ry storm was also reported to j Eucharlstlc congress in struck tho extreme eastern j was announced The sub of the but the damage WH be divided into 15 Grants Grandson Will Lieut Ullysses like his famous grand Is to load a will be against potters In darkened automobiles In Washingtons parks of which ho Is tho direc He has ordered the of the national capital to launch a vigorous campaign against necking and petting noticeably prevalent In darkened automobiles at night In the He also plans to place the us ers of tho parks systems on honor system and has nine pledges to have them These Include nre grass littering and flowerpick but the real nub Is In tho last pledge This reads I will refrain from any posture or pubMc display of amorousness that might be offensive to others or could set a bad example to BRIEF FLASHES OF THE WORLD NEWS By Assoclatad Press New or ders of the United States Steel Cor poration July 31 amounted to 927 a decrease of tons compared with tho preceding New change to eastern standard for opening the broadcast of notification ceremon ies at Palo was onnounc ed Previous plans called for the start of the Broadcast at 7 o Rhoen German glider flyers who set new worlds records Wednesday today bettered those marks Neh rlng flew 72 kilimeters miles bettering his former mark by 70 kil Dittmar raised the altl TWO HURT WHEN TRAIN STRIKES OHIO Pennsylvania Passenger Train Derailed with Six Coaches GET SEA MONSTER nameless marine crea ture about six feet having an eellike body and a head re sembling a was on display at Provincial Police headquar ters here today as evidence of the existence of a sea master1 which many people have report ed seeing in in tho Interior of British The strange creature was caught by the young son of Har ry Vancouver mag while trolling on the Talcs of tho appearance of a monster in the lakehave been coining from there for two DRY CANDIDATE LAUNCHES INTO ELECTION FIGHT Says Recent Has Been Definitely Due to In coming Rockvllle 10 William prohibition can didato for the has put ho party on record as favoring some hanges in the dry laws to make the Eighteenth Amendment more effcc UY 400 FEET School to Open A fter Labor Day By Amoclatcd Prosj North passengers wero slightly Injured and the engineer nnd fireman of train 81B ot the Pennsylvania system wero also bruised when a due to caused tlio loco motive nnd six coaches to bo derail ed near here last Tho Injured both of whom wero treated In a pnrlor car and brought to from was not so ex lie damage in Greenville was not although a heavy downpour The home of in North Third by which damaged o set and struck a smoking which was in Its doingj Jiderable Injury to Tho Lauf home was also damaged by an storm earlier in the blew in the as rectlv p for International Life Inmir and accounting from its Nlno will ho allotted to overseas del egates and six to Australian dele Let Contract For Lawrence Road Bids for tho reconstruction of ap proximately thirty miles of road j were opened today by the de partment of Low bidders nnd Uio projects Included iet of concrete In Woods and Construction New and Molllo legrcwi of Thrl suffered bruised legs whllo Mooro had multiple brulsos about he Tho nnd ils both of Vow suffered bruised bortlos and wpre taken to Alliance on a tpo nial train tho railroad had serviced o tho scene from Now Tho sleeping car passengers wero aken from the derailment scene e morning officials Btat It being deemed unnecessary to disturb their slumbers last A half hour previous to 813 bring a washout was re ortxl from Sebrlng on tho main ino to Fort This caused a wohaur tleup nnd resulted In sov rrnl trains being rerouted through officials of tho rood Tho Eighteenth Amendment must o upheld and cnforc ho said night in formally ccoptlng the The Vol tead Act passed by Congress was ut the beginning of laws relative to the enforcement of the Eighteen th andit has boon de monstrated that some changes wro necessary mako it more The last twoRepublican adminis trations at Washington have betray ed the ho The Republican partys 1928 enforcement plank Is no strong er than Its plank in and the Democratic candidate for the presid by his advoccaoy of modifica offers no hope for any Improve ment along enforcement ho Turning to the Republican plat Varney sHid It tho Repub party nod lived up to Its pledges there would be no prohibi tion issue neither would tho Prohibition party bo obliged to chal lenge the existing scandalous condi tions by placing your humble ser vant in the nor do I such a candidate as tlio Democratic convention named would have even been Curbs and Intersections to Come with Some to Be Poured This PROGRESS IS HIGHLY SATISFACTORY HERB Old Pavement to Be Ripped Up with Large Steam Shovel Will Save Approximately 40o feet of curb has joen put clown since tho work was started three cUys according to officials In charge of tho Main Btroot This Includes most of the straight curbing between Water street and tho Bessemer Tho urvod portions at tho intersections of streets and alleys this section will probably1 be poured t is Forms aro to bo placed there this afternoon if Tho section will then bo opened to traf fic for a few while tho upper portions ot tho street are Tho section will bo closed later when tho old paving Is torn Borough Engineer who Is In charge of tho pnvlng re ported that tho while seemingly rather Is yet Tho task of placing the curb la an exacting as It must bo accurately Tho success of tho other portions Of tho pavlntr de pend largely on tho as this boundary anil grade Clarko states that onco tho curbing is hi place a compara tively short tlmo will bo required for tho laying of tho It Is planned to rip up tho old pavement with a largo steam An at tempt Is to be made to take off tho bricks in one putting thorn separately Into If this Is un successful tho entire digging will be done at one operation and tho bricks salvaged The brlckfl aro to bo used for manholes and other work In tho borough whoro new bricks aro not September Less Than Oit Month to Mark Opening of Largest Schoo September tho day following Labor at 0 will hoar th tolling of Bclioo for Green villa tlw sound no mourn ful to tho pupils and so gladsome t harrassed Thin lato horf boon set by tho Qmonvlllo publli school board for tho opening day o the fall It IB not known just how tho at tondnnco figures will compare wltl those of last Tho attendance from advance will bo a least equal to and probably larger than the last Obou who has charge of tho census reporta that ho had tho largest regis tration of children In tho history of tho and tho now addltlot of tho South Moroor street section Is expected to add ft number of pu TO TEST WATER SUPPLY IN THIS PARTOFCOUNTY Roadside Eating Establfsh ments to Be Inspected for Cleanliness and Health A campaign to lost tho available for drinking 111 wirn A caso of dlpJvderla has cropped ut In tho arid a quurnntlno VUK plarcd on tho homo of Rlchnrrl toy und on tlio Grocnvllle Tako Tha Rays County Health OfHcer placed the Varney failed to find anything In I is tho t M k ir T I Governor Smiths record showing that he had ever done much to up hold the Eighteenth which is part of tho Constitution his oath requires him to coincident with sever al years of Vnrney be has been due In part to the diversion of billions of donors wasted in alcoholic drink into legiti mate channels of roadside eating places launched today by County Health Officer TdcCluro of who has charge of western Mercer coun It Is tho intontlon to analyze all water and to placo a num liercd metal slgm of yellow ami black in tho form of key to indicate the The sign will boar the Safo Drinking Water Tho numbers on tho sign aro reg istered so that they may not be mov od to different A sanitation and hcnlth campaign will also Includo examination of nil those employed In serving food at rlio eating such an is re julrotl ncmiannually nt eatlngr placon throughout tho Tho quartoiii in which food Is nerved and cooked will nlHo Women Passengers Overtake Train by Airplane Flys Low to Verify Name Phlla By WEISSMULLER United States placed all 10 The Peim announccd thnt one of the first Instances of thc transfer of passengers from Struck on Jaw By Is Dead 11 Hi V Hf was passing btruck on tho jaw by a motorist who a cnmpany statement Tlie en to has Just been re ported from the Louis An train tho Gotham arigered when fior niitarnnhila bumped Into J Urown Guy Jllckman a largo passenger lying low of ibeHldo tho right of and A search wan for t IKS to his Ho saw that ilnd Prom tlon at the plane wan In a field Tho who was waiting on tho platform of tho shook hands with tho engi neer and I have brought you two women passengers from New He stated they had left at ono that day for tho specific purpose of connect ing at Kfflngham with the Gotham NEW YORK IN FOG New A denso fog bjankotad Now York Harbor holding several TransAtlantic liners at quarantine and hampering river Ferry boats ovor the Hud son and East rivers wore 1m hind schedule and scarchllghtn wero usod to prevent Traffic over tho bridges pro cooded at a slow 80TH DIVISION REUNION SEES MANY AT LAKE Program of WeekEnd Begins with Over Registered at Connoaut 10 Thin mornings session of tho annual rotuilon ot tho Eightieth famous IJluo Ridge unit in ho World was taken up with cominitloo golf contesta by ho man and a steamer rldo by tho Womens nuddlos of the Eightieth arriv ed yesterday iOOO strong ust as formw members of tho Flt and Sixteenth Pennsylvania nftintry SpanlshAmorl aiv War cloged Southed Georgia Is Center Newest Outbreak ofD gerous Weather Conditfi DELUGE TOWNS AtONG STRE Damage Mounts as Contintu Downpours Menace Sc of Small lonol winds at this time the flooding of the tweon horo and the around tlio lalrti followed A Hd tettmor by a business was on this afternoons oyonlnsr various units will told annual A grand biill will Tho further explained that in i in passing ho had flown man who had been diicsllonwi by n j tho piano were waving to low in order to verify tho name on policeman Immediately the tm piano then drew ahead jthe rear of the train and bo euro It Plays Havoc in Idaho Town Five Elephants Stage Own Parade next circus that visits Lewis I will need present evidence that lephants are and rone to go lumbering off on eelng nerve wracked populace to Jtill was counting casualties of days rampage of five pachy which conducted a free but 111 parade on Main street that I but the halt stayed to nage from the jumbo perl flve wrecked store il demolished many broken wln and at least one residence three of her swimmers In the 100 meter free stylo finals Johnny I defending and George New won their heats Impressively while Walter fin ished second to in his Welssmuller sot a new Olympic record of 58 8G Three American girls qualified for tho 100meters Miss Lisa New flnlnhed se cond to Marie in a heat in which the Dutch girl set a new world record of 30 for the Miss Georgia of tho Los counter and IllH Identity was not SUBMARINES LOG RE VEALS TRAGIC ERROR Officers in Training Boarded Wrong Craft Before Fate ful Collision and last on ry on tho log of tho ill fated sub marine F14 reads eight forty five Wo aro Wo aro It In the handwriting of ommander Fasulo and Investigators oflay said It Indicated tho victims ad been ablo to keep tho electric ght going for some tlmo as did an ntry in Captain Wells aptaln who evidently wits un blo to reach tho told of tho striking tho destroyer urlng a naval manoeuver In this lannur After having sighted tho enemys I wan about to emerge when irough periscope I saw thc out illno of a whip too near to be avold jed It was tho quoHtion of an in mill the Hlioek The Hubmurlno Hank to a depth of over 140 It WIIH learned eight tit tlio men who died tho P14 wore vic tims f a trnglu They woro tho big reservoir pf Power CooriJorationB watt plant hore 10 us a reault of tho utates nnd eomo is If tup there 1 That suoe today by tlon superintendent ot He If more thould pllo up in tho should hack It up clam it would becomo open tho flood gates In ordwtb flin J the by telttu the The storm central with tho Heavy rains were South Warning wpre rains over j of the Flint and The bureau preparations should bo possibly high stngea In thoae Moultrio reported It av a wind nnd rain etorm Jnst which continued for more than causing to crops in that 30miles an awnings plate glass littered th etrwtiTlfS business Moultrie Jarknens throughout last Thomnsvllle had a rainfall of Atlanta forecaster eaid iljrturbanco recurved otter tlio Gulf of Mexico which it passed after bitting Florida mainland at Beach Tuesday the east const to Melbourne and ting arrops the stato to Homassaeoh It passed Into the TIO weather man said that lorm would strike out toward Atlantic ocean again In a Jacksonville and him at high When the train reached tlio stai to wan tho one his puHHongors expected HOOVERS FIFTYFOURTH BIRTHDAY FINDS HIM ON THE EVE OF GREATEST QUEST PRESIDENCY It would travel at a rate of bft 12 and 18 miles an hoiiri rrobably with llmlnlnhlng aceompnnled by drenching Tho weiitbor bureau at Washlngr ton ordered southweBt storm apprentice motorists and had been from Jacksonville to Charles ordered to board tho but by an i ton and southeast warnings nortlii resting askew upon its j Angeles and Betty Beck The house was moved over 10 i er qualified for Inches when three of the mammoths the finals In the highdiving lumbered In squad formation be tween two the lighter of the i two houses giving Battle of Music Between two famous orchestras at Order was restored when Mayor i Connennt Lake Park Pavilion to Braddock brought out his j 50c per Social plan bear gun and killed Frieda and Moo wero quieted and taken back to the circus j Dont forget alOlt from whence they had fled after knocking their trainer uncon Thc rampage lasted two at the end of which most of the famous duck dinner served at Hotel Conneaut every The August Golden Rule Sale v uuiurn miio OftM the prospective circus crowd had den Greenville will bo Tuesday VtjnwiA rf parted for USt By JAMIiS AVKHT Associated Press Staff Writer Stanford 10 Hoover ramo to the fiftyfourth milestone of to day on the eve of embarking upon tho greatest adventure of color ful quetu of the presi The birthday anniversary found the Republican nominee fit nnd eag er for the preelection fight and ho celebrated It by discussing policy and strategy with his chief political lieutenants and receiving reporta as to tho progress In perfecting the na tionwide organization which will be thrown into action soon In his These lieutenants Included Hubert chairman of the Re publican National committee Sena tor George Moses of New Hamp chairman of the notification committee Governor John Fisher ut Icnnsylvanla former Governor Pcrclval Baxter of and State Benator Frederick Walcott of The conference with the nominee brought facetoface around the ble Work and Senator who long have ben reported to be at odds over campaign Before the meeting Work said in reply to a question that there had been no differences between them so far as he was Sena tor Moses made a positive denial of tho program for the notification cermonies tomorrow received final approval lost night by The gates of the stadium will bo opened at and between and private airplanes will be put through number of stunts for the entertainment of tho early ar This will be followed by an aerial display of varicolored At oclock the Stanford University band will march into tho bowl and aound the field to Tho Munlcpal San Francisco tho Olympic Club band from San tho Boys band from San LeundrcA and tho American Legion and Drum corps from Pasadena will follow at IS minute Motoring from his homo on San Juan accompanied by will arrive at the Sta preceding cars carrying Gov ernor Young and I and Senator Moses and After they have taken their places on tho speakers the massed hands will play and Governor Young wll introduce Sena tor Moses In an address of five mln Tho Senator will consume ten minutes in notifying and afv ter the playing of the Star Bpangl ed Hoover will read his word acceptance orror went Aboard P14 to their Walls on tho oth er had a narrow Ho had bouri Hunt ashore on an errand and delayed a few Al though ho ran back to the tho gangway hud already been removed and Captain Well signalled to him of Ohdrlcston to Beaver or County streams have calimed thof lives of 16 this Three of the 15 wero The Ohio River also gave up tho bodies of 6 to remain thus unwittingly I drowned in the saving his Bessemer Outing to Be One of Largest lirom Indications today an nual outing of the employees of the BcBsemor to be held tomorrow at Waldemeer will bo tho largest of such affairs ever Over 2000 tickets for tho two excurs ion trains had been applied for up to noon besides which B large number aro planning to It is probable that nearly 8000 persons will be Final details of the program have been worked with but little changes from those previously statj There will be prizes for the larg est family the couple mar ried aa well as for contests and other The park with and free will bo Battle of Music 4 Between two famous Conneaut Lake Pork Pavilion EOc per at Jerusalem Play Evangelical West Sunday will Dont forget the famous due dinner served at Hotel Conpif svery V   

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