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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 21, 1923, Athens, Ohio A pages old today a i c mc00cimci Wmk sell Vav f afr anti in Ute. Utile Jungr Iii iritis a Minrow. Raj vol xviii no. 179. Gag Yves a sgt a aaaaji5y�?�jk�a you Athens Ohio sunday october 21,192s-Asa, amp a a s3mc<e copy Rwy Calls upon governors to dry up the sources the Bootleg flood America s debtors Are a a forgetful a Uncle Sam s new air ambulance has trouble Arp division responsibility shown in and j dresses. President i rfcs his View plainly declares prohibition in t political football politician. I by Kenneth w. Clark i. N. S. Staff correspondent j Washington oct. 20. A a sweeping program Federal and i state co operation and education a designed to dry up America and1 Stop the leakages in the volstead aet and the i nth amendment was adopted tonight by president Coolidge Quot Law and order conference at Hie White House attend a cd by the governors so states and territories. The program was agreed Only after four hours and a half speeches and oratory during which to Covern a. Track Walton Oklahoma Isnit Yore i a th0 a state executive having. Of trouble. Governor Walter m. Pierce a a a a Rylin a. And Cam Oregon has been threatened with Eron Morrison. Democrat North recall. Carolina took occasion to denounce the volstead act and inform the president and their colleagues that rare that the Laws Are faithfully in their opinion the Law was not j executed and the state const it a enforceable and cannot be Chang ions Lay a similar obligation upon de i the governors. In Llu program adopted was Terni Jall must know Oil a a program action and Ltd the country ought to know was presented the governors by this. It ought to understand just a resident Coolidge himself. All what duties the Laws have in ipos the governors agreed to it in old. It ought to comprehend that eluding those who spoke adversely when Laws have been made there monarchists Are showing signs fresh unrest. Bit nothing about the present Laws. The program As submitted by president Coolidge consisted six Points is follows 1�?co-ordination All Federal state and municipal forces. 2�?Call upon the press to support prohibition Law enforcement stress Law Observance and treat the enforcement program commensurate with the Gravity lawlessness. 3�?Call conventions municipal county and state enforcement legals at a convenient Date to Dis. Cuss and adopt a program for the is and can be no question about the duty executives to enforce them with such instruments and by such Means As the Law provides for securing enforcement. They have no alternative. A lids is not a political quest Ion it in not lie made a political question. Of Thoro to any principle which has been established by time the common consent by the unqualified assertion fundamental and statute Law it is that the executives Are the Law enforcing officers this nation. Quot no provision the 18th. Amendment the National prot Stato the Federal department. ,. Bit Ion act contemplates any surrender state responsibility. Under them. Prohibition becomes obligatory in All states for the con. A St Button and Laws made in pursue state to Confer this the Teof Aryl 8peciflcauy de pledging every possible support to these conventions. 4�?Call upon prosecuting attorneys in the various districts the factored by the Constitution to the supreme Law the land. Be pledging support within every Cullity to Aid in such discussions. 5�?adopt what Var Means Are practicable to cause Lawless citizens and aliens to respect the rna Weslty and simplicity the Law. And to reseed the various agencies enforcing it. 6�?co-operation by National authorities in All these activities. Add another. This was the program outlined by the president. To it was added a seventh Point suggested by governor Jacob Preus Republican Minnesota 7�?education children to the pvt Era a Wmk a Sharp division i chamber Commerce to opinion among the executives As to r enforcement methods. Governor Smith new York in a ringing speech which Drew commendation even from the very dry governors present declared that the Law a cannot he enforced As at present constituted a and he further decal red that it should be Modi fled to permit the manufacture and Sale Light wines and Beers. Governor Ritchie Maryland in an ironic speech agreed with governor Smith and wont father. He charged that Rospond Sablar for enforcement the Law a primarily tile function the a renal government. And he favored leaving it to each state As to the enforcement measures it should adopt. Responding to this sentiment president Coolidge told the governors that the prohibition Law Ann tor. The 18th amendment conferred after the joint Powers upon Federal and Charles Bryson debt commission issues a statement upon balancing books. Many nations have made no move toward settlement by George r. Holmes i. X. S. Staff correspondent Washington Ort. 20.�?five years after the close the world War ands the nations Europe taking Little no interest in repaying the United states the $7,-000,000,000 they borrowed during the hectic Days 1917-ia. This condition affairs Long apparent to observers was Chi Fly revealed tonight in a statement issued by the american debt fund-1 _ Long commission after a meeting Man vat v groups hold earlier in the Day and attended Young monarchists who were sing by secretaries Mellen. Hughes. Were j Hoover and senator Smoot Utah. The meeting was held for the purpose Stock taking and canvassing the prospects effecting settlements with the debtor nations. Preparatory to making an exhaustive report to the new Congress in december. The commission found 1�?that. Great Britain and Finland and Cuba have paid their debts to America effected settlement arrangements. 2�?that the other 18 nations the debt list owe the United states 17,858,574.ah?,48, and Only a few them Are Ghine Promise Early settlement action. That this enormous amount France and Italy Ewe 89 per rent tor approximately $8,000,000,008. Concerning the status the French debt the commission stated in its report tonight. A the government France sent a representative to negotiate with new government fearful loss Power shortly. By Paul Dranda is i. N. S. Staff correspondent Athens cot. 20.�?the threat a monarchist counter revolution Hung Over Greece tonight. Foutt Eal opponents the present revolutionary government headed by Premier Gonatas held a conference and openly proclaimed plans for the overturn the Cabinet. Announcement was made thru the press that plans Are tinder Way to Transfer the body former King Constantine from Naples to the cemetery Tho greek Cathedral in this City. Government troops were duty ing the a Constantine March dispersed. The several clashes in which some Tho participants wore wounded. None was killed. The situation Beamo so serious later in the Day that the greek destroyer Ell received orders to keep up a full head steam and to remain in readiness to embark members the Gonatas government. This indicated that the members the present government fear that an uprising against the revolutionary government might be successful. By county seat uniform holidays Are a rationed for whole county. Many Here for yearly session various problems teacher Are discussed. The a Man land exists in would take leadership Germany away from Prussia. William k. Peters Athens,.it Tho changes made. When they who is probably the highest author were made. By what authority and try land titles and tenure in the Bavaria the state has Pust prepared what he Calls a progressive county map the state which undoubtedly compressed More historical information As to the establishment the the commission in the summer j counties and the alteration inter-1922. After a full discussion the j county boundaries by legislation in presentation Complete figures. Tho French representative returned to France to Confer with his gov Berlin oct. 20 night was trying to rally to further proposals suggestions have been received since his departure More than a year ago support All the nationalist forces in Germany to establish the bavarian state As the predominant state instead Prussia. The bavarian nationalists want to a clean House in Germany Quot routing out socialism. The action Bavaria in appointing the mutinous general von Lossow As commander the Rich swear in Garden As the secession. A communique was issued deploring the a terribly aggravating to add to the seriousness the governments position food riots took place in Hamburg Dresden Berlin Shoenberg and Neu Koeln. Regarding the italian debt. Now totalling approximately $2,088,000,-000, the commission stated a the government to Tail has carried some preliminary correspondence in regard to sending representatives to Washington hut no representatives have yet been Bavaria was re a appointed and no proposals Rocelo first step towards hate forgotten Pix countries Armenia. Austria. Greece Liberia Nicaragua and russian whose debts Are for the most part Small have not. Yet got in touch Slih the commission at All. The report stated. Russians debt is the largest these now totalling $237,242,054. A the commission expresses its intention continuing to perform its duties under the statute a concluded today a statement a and hones to obtain Tho proposition sending in tardy debtor loses his Job have yearly meet then. East Liverpool. Of. Oct. 20. A the office counsellor held by Frank Hutchins Trenton n. J., has been abolished in a referendum vote the brotherhood opera a other a a note to the Tulve potters it was announced today. Hutchins has been an official the Union for 23 years. Nations informing them americans willingness to negotiate a settlement county. Not a Tow Tbs changes made were Mads to Correct such How the map Tho state looked mistakes. Or. Peters says Bowse to county Linos at frequent sue Ever that he has found that thers co Salvo periods All through Tho his j Are certain portions the state tory tile state. The mops do not that even now. According to the come at regular chronological per Legal descriptions county lines toys hut rather following notable do not he in any county but he changes made in the counties. One does not indicate where these a no Peculiar thing brought out is that1 Many a lands Are. Perhaps it is bet in drawing the Bills by which Ter not to have it generally known changes were made in county lines until legislation can cure the de Many mistakes were made in the feet. Serious questions venue he Calls it progressive because Byj Zartler years the state by some in cases crime might arise based a succession state maps which Small portions the state these errors lawyers knew As made after each notable change in were included in no counties and much about the county Boundary counties and county arrangement j by some similar Small portions history the state As . Patera in the state he is Able to show in swore included in More than one i does. _ to Small spare and easily comprehensible form than any other volume in existence. Relics Pioneer Days displayed at Albany prove much interest Albany. Oct. 20 a possibly the most elaborate school event Ever staged in Albany was the fair held Friday. Ort. 19, All Day at the High school building. From the moment the inception the plan. Interest was at top notch Charles Lostro convicted at Chauncey wins in an Appeal. Judge Worstell the Athens county common pleas court has reversed the judgment magistrate m. B. Tucker Chauncey who found Charles Lostro former j Assembly cd by Amateur in this partly Nelsonville who now lives in Tate a Ai in All there was an attendance Cincinnati guilty the Possession. Of Over 1>000 and Many were kept intoxicating liquor. Lostro was i Ark account the rain. Arrested july 31 when officers the display rooms were agr Cul room a sea what grandmother did a ii ten display rest room with orchestral music and lunch room. Wilbur Baughman was in charge the agricultural display with county farm agent paver Athens As judge awarding Prises among the students which in Randmaa follows Best apples Fieldon like a contagion among citizens i Webb Best potatoes. Floyd Teks Albany and surrounding country. Bury biggest pumpkin Richard As a result there were exhibit Bobo weight 57 % pounds with possibly the most interesting collection relics and curios Ever whole county to Send delegates to the big affair. Was disorderly. Settlement was discussed at today. Hines Coakley. And he i be is found Tury Antwork Rake. By a cml and meeting it is understood and a Antti with a i Quot a fkr �?�rr_a1.? Tion deferred for the time being. Cincinnati Llewellyn former preacher was fined $500 and costs for possessing liquor. And Hoo and costs for disorderly the annual dinner the Athens conduct Ponce court Whin two chamber Commerce will be held policemen raided his Home they found a wild party in Progress with Lewellyn hiding under Tho bed. Four other men present to thursday evening oct. 25, at 6 clock in the club rooms the Elk Lodge in the Cline building. This meeting to which the members. Aether with five women were also the Nelsonville and Glouster Ned it Chambers Commerce and Tho Community and Road clubs the county Are invited will Start the forum luncheons the Athens chamber Commerce for the win dinner Secretary will give his an state governments in the matter Rol Nual report the accomplishments enforcement. A neither the 18th amendment nor the prohibition aet undertakes to relieve the states their to the Athens chamber Commerce and the new officers for the new year will be installed. These officers Are j. Schmidt presi a possibility relative to intoxicating i Dent a b. Roe vice president c. Liquors a the president said a but a. Gill b. M. Covert Scott Haney the other hand the amendment j f. W. Cone and f. S. Coultrap confers jurisdiction upon them am. Directors. The prohibition aet authorizes state and local prosecuting authorities to bring injunction proceedings in any court having equity Powers in the name the United states. The feature the evening however. Will be an address by . B. F. Brundage business manager the Broad Street presbyterian Church in Columbus and widely Quot the Constitution and the Laws known for his chamber compare perfectly Plain and Are bind Merce activities. Or. Brundage ing alike upon All came to Columbus from Anderson . Coolidge declared there ind. Where he reorganized the must be closest co petition be chamber Commerce there con tween National and state officers inducted its Campaign and was its enforcing the dry Laws. Director for nearly five years. He is a it is the Constitution which we declared to be one the Best in Java Given our oaths to support formed men in Ohio Community be Constitution which requires work and his address Here will be toe president that the shall Uke a what makes a City great _ j 444444444 Many a slip twixt depot and county jail dry officer Edgar Mariner is anxiously seeking Robert Flodung a Tinner employed by Bert Wilson. As he has a half a pint whiskey that belongs to Flodung. The Tinner reached Athens saturday night from Parkersburg with the liquor in his Possession and was arrested by Mariner. The officer placing finding with him in the front seat the Mariner car. Started for jail with Flodung hit arrived Thoro wit ii hint going along by it not Street Flodung jumped from the machine and Hurrl div departed Down the Aller let a the Emmett Cotton grocery. He has not Hen seen since at least not by Mariner angered Trainer takes to dismiss the revenge upon officials at Akron. And to was followed by Harry Crawford manager truck sales the Columbus Branch who spoke a truck the final address the afternoon was made by ii. W. Groves Road manager Tho subject a dealer a a a Akron o., Ort. 20.�?peter Galien 66, Toronto. Ont., race horse judge at the Northampton 4 track is lying at the Point death 4 at a Hospital Here tonight and f. A w. Gerhardy Detroit presiding 4 j judge is also seriously wounded 4 Marion Webb a horse Trainer a j Clinton. Mos., disbarred by judge a thursday is held in City prison 4 i charged with the shooting. 4 the race track officials were shot 4 in the crowded lobby the port a age hotel at the noon hour. Ger Hardy was shot twice one Bullet passing through his left breast. While the other passed through his a i left Arm. Cullen was shot thru 4 the left lung the course the bul-�9 let cunning near the heart. 4j the shooting is said by police to 4 have been the outcome the Dis-4 Barrient Webb from the track 4 following alleged inconsistent per-1 4 formantes bin horses. All hts 4 horses were ruled off the track and 4 efforts by the Trainer to have his 4 suspension mud Fraus pan Aii a an old bottle with a Small Quantity a Randy colonial room by seventh alleged whiskey in the Battery Ond eighth High school room Lostrom a garage in Nelsonville. Lostro was brought before magistrate Tucker who found him guilty Possession assessing him a Fine $250 and costs. Lostro took the Case to the common pleas court error which judge Worstell sustain cd. Judge worsted decision declares that magistrate Tucker erred in Over ruling the motion Lostro last week a sofa hundreds Case for the reason years old sold for $1300. You can that the evidence was not sufficient find them around almost any hotel. To convict him the alleged a sense. Judge Worstell declared _ that the finding Tho lower court j was against the Manifest weight a the evidence and set aside the j judgment magistrate Tucker j against Lostro. Margaret a it St second with a 64-Pound one. Prize in Corn Chester Throckmorton vegetables Chester Throckmorton wheat Melvin Stewart. Miss Puckett was in charge the Horn economies department in which were displayed 28 the finest cakes one would Ever Hope continued Page even Yum Yum klan will put sunday lid a a a a dealers for Ford s products Keet in Athens Friday a nearly to Ford and Lincoln automobile dealers from More Thani 40 towns in Southern Ohio gathered a in Athens Friday noon for a meet a ing that was held under the sue a Picas the Columbus Branch . Tho Ford motor co. The meeting woe held at the colonial inn. Who re 4 a luncheon was served at noon. 4 after which the dealers heard three 4 addresses in salesmanship. 4 w. A. Lisman assistant manager 4 so ohs Osl Umbus Branch spokes 4 yrs miss s Tim ii East Liverpool o., Ort. so called a Bine Law lid will be mapped Down in Chester w. Va., tomorrow by Rev. E. V. Lin tier Kleigle the Hancock and Brooks county klans. Heeding Huffer s warning that he proposed to me charges Nuder the provisions the West Virginia sunday labor Law in by Emit violations All Cigar confectionery and grocery stoves soda fountains Botcher shops and gasoline filling stations Are expected 4 4 4. 4 4 i i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Blate Ald for the various school districts under the county system a better defined plan for dealing with the substitute teacher problem and definite appointment school holidays were the major topics St the regular annual convention the school boards Athens county held in the court room the Athens county courthouse Friday morn lag and afternoon october 1$. County superintendent in k. My Vay was in charge the meeting and there were about to Board members present. The question stats Ald wad discussed and in Workings explained by w. I. Notsund directs child accounting the stats is pertinent education and Tilery state department superintendent High. Hook it was sodded that substitute teachers shall re cells three fourths Tbs refutes teacher s salary for uis urns ally taught whits Tbs regular shall re cells Ute still fourth is pay la was decided that thankan Latef Day add Ute Day following will by observed As holds a sad thai Ute Christmas vacation will begin die camber id and Continua throughout Tho week school reconvening december la and continuing without further interruption. Washington a birthday clubs observed in the school room m a Day so Petri Otto Celebration. The morning seadog to lbs sad vent lasted from Iota noon ated after lunch Tbs meeting Eon tinned from i to $ p. In. Alt Athens county schools will is dismissed darted the Southeastern Ohio Tess Sid association meeting Friday october $6, and superintendent Mcvay announced a meeting nil the Teall Ere in the Athens county school District for $ to a. In. On that Day. Athens banker will charge red Cross drive. At a meeting last week Tbs Ste dec Tulve committee the Athens county chapter Tho american red Croze. Fred i. Alderman. Lev the Athens National was named to take charge annual red Cross Roll Call in county. Or. Alderman is 96# engaged in making his plans tar Tho Campaign which will is conducted intensively this year under the plan used for the Liberty drives during the War. Every part the county thoroughly covered in the roll1 which is for the purpose Seoul the annual subscriptions to american bed Cross at $1 a me Horah in half which goes to tit National organization and half the Athens county chapter. Local chapter is doing a amount work in this county highly a beneficial nature d Effort will he made to secure scrap tons larger amounts thai the required $1 for membership id the bed Cross. A the extra Money subscribed will go tooth local chapter. The plans Alderman for the Campaign will be submitted to the approval those interested in the Success Tbs Roll Call tuesday. When the final pm have been accepted they wit published St once in detail. I two Man secret service obtain est Lii Latsi a my but they re Good a is what mrs. Calvin Coolidge is saying has ants the girl scouts cookies. Scouts will sell millions the delicacies soon to collect enough Money to build a new Home the a farting shot Cleveland . Oct. 29.�?at two bandits were fleeing from a restaurant Here tonight with 1w the firms Money one Tho mss raised his revolver and fired a Paine ing shot. The Bullet went wu4� fatally injuring the other Bandi and led to Tbs recovery Tbs Money. Waiton to stick a t a Oklahoma City. Okla. 0�fc 20.�?entering a week which psf result in suspension not to peach ment from fled charge which will a preferred monday against his conduct stats affairs. Governor. C. Whited Oklahoma tonight wan 4 woo wan Money to a win one no inv Oklahoma Tom Gnu web a 4nnd tor Sui a Oft to , ism iii1 a a in Mill

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