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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 25, 1930, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Huntingdon county own daily newspaper state Library Harrisburg a the weather mostly Cloudy and probably occasional showers tonight and Friday not much change in temperature with moderate winds mostly West and South West vol 9 Huntingdon a thursday september 25 1930 no 205 jones21jp otdqft8hqibjth Fay Coleman Board of pardons denies Case continued Atlanta golfer leads los Angeles Ace at Fol of 18 few in gallery at Merion Cricket club course this morning As spectators rain makes fairways soft Merlon Cricket club South Ardmore september Tyre Jones was a comfortable two up at the end of the first eighteen holes of his match with Fay Coleman of los Angeles Heere today he didst have the easy time expected but he came through with a Bard drive on the last three holes winning the sixteenth and seventeenth and halving the the eighteenth after ii had lost the fifteenth to be even Jones was having trouble with his second shot All morning and although be was getting his drives Well out ahead of Cole Man at almost All of the holes the coast golfer succeeded in working his approach shot inside the atlantean Jones reached the Nadir of his woes on the fifteenth Hole when he went out of Bounds with his drive and took a six 175 killed in quake in russian turkestan Moscow sept was pushed today in the area around Stalin bad turkestan where an earthquake devastated several Vil Lages and left More than one thousand families homeless according to meagre information from the stricken area one Hundred and seventy five persons were killed and three Hundred injured later information said the death toll May be doubled prop erty damage everywhere was extensive Merion Cricket club South Ard Nore september 25 Bobby Rones was one up on Fay Coleman f los Angeles at the end of nine Loles in the third round of the Amateur championship tournament Here today he played he first few holes of this match a greater peace and Comfort than e had enjoyed since he first be Anie a Star of the links Cash customers were few and a Between at Merion possibly be Ause the skies clouded threaten ugly and also because the gallery still suffering from the reaction f the prolonged von Arthy 28hoij match last night a Leavy rain overnight made is fairways very soft and slowed p the greens so Fller Ion today is n entirely different layout than has been at any time this week tones got a Good drive at the St Hole 360 Yards straight Down be Fairway considerably better Lan Coleman and they halved in Hole in five the second Hole so was halved in five but Jones Iok the Lead at the third with a if four just missing the putts r a Birdie both Jones and the Lastman went a stroke Over Par the Lone fourth 595 Yards and by halved out in six Jones shot a Birdie three to win e fifth and was two up on Cole an the atlantean won the fifth Ile 34 after a Only a fair drive re an excellent approach but lost e sixth when he went one Over r leaving him one tip again in front from the tee the seventh and Coleman took re to Bobby four going two in again the halved at the eighth in four d Coleman won the Short ninth the a Par three Jones taking it and going to the turn with nes one up 20000 loss in Montalto fire Hall destroyed buildings dam aged at Santoria Hont Alto sept 25 the creation Hall was destroyed by and the dispensary damaged the Pennsylvania state Sani a for tuberculosis Here yes Lay he damage was estimated by italia of vials at he flames started on the floor the recreation Hall when a Ater was treating the surface a a parafin and turpentine Parathion the fire spread iss the building before it could checked the Painter Clifford item an employee was burned it the face and hands Only one Side of the dispensary Ding which contains valuable ical apparatus was burned ral cottages were scorched he recreation Hall a Large 16 Structure built in 1921 is he Center of the Santoria kinds it contained a stage equipment for the typewriter of apparatus from Chambersburg Waynesboro aided in prevent the spread of the flames Waterstreet Man in Hospital with gunshot wounds Soninlaw gets into alter cation and fathering Law tries to drive him away Large Bank barn j a Price farm Burns loss seasons crops destroyed firemen prevent destruction of the nearby buildings huntsmen As Well As flyers tussle ensues gun discharged Samuel Kinsloe aged 23 years of Waterstreet was admitted to the j c Blair memorial Hospital yesterday afternoon suffering from several gunshot wounds in the leg details of the manner in which Kinsloe suffered the gunshot wounds Are of a varied nature but according to Kinsloe state ment he alleges that his wife who is a daughter of Walter grif Fen near Alfarata had gone to her fathers Home on tuesday afternoon his wife had taken their Little child along tuesday evening he went to the Griffen Home to escort his wife Home he got into an altercation with his father inlaw and alleges the father inlaw attempted to put him off the premises with a shot gun Kinsloe attempted to wrest the gun from his father Laws hands and in the struggle the weapon was discharged three times the bullets taking effect in Kinsloe left knee Kinsloe wounds were Given surgical attention at the Hospital and were prayed he was Given Antitoxin As a precautionary measure at press time today he is re ported to be in fairly Good Condi Tion burial today for tragedy victims York sept 25 two Graves were prepared yesterday in Bethlehem cemetery near Spring Vale to receive the bodies of six persons found dead tuesday on the farm of Harry m Dietrich four Miles South of this City diet Rich killed his wife and four Chil Dren with an axe and then committed suicide by hanging himself in a barn the funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at Oclock and according to the undertaker will be strictly private the parents and two older Chil Dren will be placed in one grave and the other two children will repose in the second the funeral will be conducted by the Rev m b Heiland pastor of the pleasant Grove United Brethren Church where the six victims of the tragedy worshipped new York republicans headed for dry repeal Yipu Deryce is any Chance re k Little Willie makes after 1 Home team drops a double Albany n y sept were in Complete control of the Republican state convention which got under Way at noon to Day to adopt a platform and nominate candidates for four state offices and judge of the courts of appeals it is As certain As anything can be in politics that United states attorney Charles h Tuttle of new York will be nominated for governor and a plan calling for repeal of the eighteenth Amend ment adopted there was a Bare possibility however the wets May be forced to carry their fight for a repeal Plank to the convention floor May have special courts for motorists Paris september courts for hearing of All cases involving motorists Are advocated by the Paris chamber of com Merce magistrates in the courts it is recommended should have special knowledge of motor cars and motoring cases concerning motoring accidents it is urged often involve technical Points which Only few people who know something of the construction of a motor Cai and something to of driving one can possibly understand thought to be of incendiary origin the Large Bank barn owned by j Albert Price in Hill Valley five Miles from mount Union was totally destroyed by fire on tuesday evening shortly after 7 Oclock the fire is thought to have been of incendiary origin the Prici family were All at Home at the time and had eaten super at Oclock and were seated around the table when one of the children glanced out the window and discovered the barn to be on fire the fire when first discovered was burning in the Straw shed and an alarm was immediately sent to the mount Union fire company for assistance the firemen responded promptly and through their heroic efforts the Chicken and hog pens and other out buildings together with the House were saved from destruction the barn was 45 by 11 feet in size with a 24 foot Wagon shed on one Side and a 60 foot Straw shed on the other it was in a Good state of repair and housed All the seasons crops there were several Hundred bushels of wheat and Oats and 35 tons of Hay and an equal amount of Straw consumed by the flames a goodly number of the farming implements were in use in the Fields and thus were saved several of the farming implements together with a lot of harness were destroyed no live Stock perished in the flames the Large silo which was filled with Winter feed and stand ing close to the barn was consumed by the flames or Price estimates his loss at partly covered by insurance on sunday evening the barn on the Casper danish farm which is two and on half Miles from the Price farm was destroyed by fire it too was thought to be of incendiary origin one thing that Germany seems to be suffering with is an Over production of political parties beaten by Mccarthy George von Elm above los Angeles Amateur and former u s Champion who loomed As Bobby Jones most dangerous competitor at the u s Amateur classic at Merion Cricket club Haverford was eliminated yester Day afternoon by Maurice Mccarthy or new York Star in a dramatic struggle that went to the Twenty eighth Green ten extra holes before a decision was reached von Elm Winner in 1926 Hung up a qualifying score of 143 Joof Tho 3fi holes just one stroke Back of Jones who tied the record poor directors of state to meet 29 Hon Claude t Reno Lehigh county judge to speak at convention in Allentown when major Dieudonne costes and lieutenant Maurice Bellonte reached St Paul on their Goodwill tour of America they proved they Are Good huntsmen As Well As transatlantic aviators taken Duck shooting As guests of l j Shields the two famous frenchmen bag ged the limit left to right Are Bellonte Shields and costes Arthur Winters District governor visits local club tells contacts made with clubs in his territory work of year Arthur Winters of Altoona District governor of rotary International paid his official visit to the Huntingdon rotary club on tuesday governor Arthur paid a High tribute to the local club he gave a Brief summary of his visits to a number of the clubs in his District and described his contacts in his official capacity and also As a rotarian with the men whom he met the speaker emphasized club Fellowship one of the club objectives or Winters met with the Board of directors of the local club an hour before the luncheon meeting and went Over in detail just what the club has been doing Ana what it expects to do during his to ministration his official visit was a grat Fivi Tion to members of the club who accorded him a warm Welcome warrant issued in alleged embezzlement Chester sept 25 a warrant for the arrest of Joseph l me Laughlin charging the embezzle ment of of the funds of the Columbus building and loan association of Chester of which he was Secretary was issued yester Day following an investigation of the associations books by officers the state department of Bank ing Charles 0 Mason an employee of the department announced that the speculations covered a period of two years Mclaug Lilin is for Mally charged with embezzlement making false entries omission to make entries and filing false Call reports with the department of banking Edward Mclaughlin a brother of the Secretary and attorney for the association Ihas made Cash restitution and the stockholders protected against financial loss it was said two Pittsburgh hotels in hands of receivers Pittsburgh sept 5 the William Penn and fort Pitt hotels were placed in the hands of receivers in Federal court Here yesterday at the request of the l b Herbert corporation Chicago hotel suppl company Eugene c Eppley president of the Eppley hotels company and h v Baxter were named1 receivers the William Penn is Pittsburgh largest hotel the William Penn and fort Pitt have been under Eppley management since april 1928 Eppley said today the business depression has hit the hotel business perhaps harder than any other business this and other factors have brought about the necessity for refinancing barn is burned in Juniata co another barn fire in Juniata county yesterday morning at 6 a m destroyed the barn on the farm of Daniel Borhman five Miles Northwest of Mifflin in Fer Managh township at the White Hall school the cause of the fire is unknown but the Structure was completely destroyed together with All of the seasons crops and the farm the Stock was saved the Mifflintown fire company responded to the alarm but the fire had gained too great a headway when the firemen arrived for them to save the build ing the loss will amount to several thousand dollars or dior Man is the agent at the express office at the Miflin station and resides on the farm police join in search for Bryn mawr woman Philadelphia september police last night joined in a search for miss g Delancey v j Newlin 30 who has been missing from her Home in Bryn mawr since tuesday morning miss Newlin who is prominent in society circles was last seen about 9 a m tuesday when she drove away from her Home in a Blue touring car to get a Phila Delphia physician for her old nurse who was ill she did not arrive at the doctors office when the Young woman failed to return tuesday night her Mother mrs Delancey v new Lin engaged private detectives to search for her after checking with All hospitals and police stations the detectives appealed to the local authorities for Aid Beauty shops Are latest gang prey detectives continue search for Twenty three Public enemies Headquarters in americans hotel the fifty fifth annual Conven Tion of the association of direct ors of the poor and charities and correction will open in Allentown a monday september 29 with Claude t Reno president judge of the Lehigh county courts As the Principa speaker Headquarters will be a the Americus hotel the cd invention will Convene at 8 Oclock monday when the pres ident will deliver his annual address or Renos adress will follow other speakers will in clude Dwight w Weir Scran ton Horace w Schantz Allen town mrs Kate Burr Johnston new Jersey Clinton Rogers Wood Ruff Philadelphia and Many oth ers officers of the organization Are c w smiles Pittston president vice presidents mrs e c Dunn North Glenside t c White Mer cer John Bayliss Hazleton George e do Watt Roxborough John Hamberg Irwin s h Boyd Columbia and mrs Susan Moore Monaca Secretary Harry a Jones Washington assistant secretaries m j Mchugh Scranton miss Margaret Brooke Pittsburgh honorary secretaries e d Solen Berger Philadelphia mrs w c Marchall Lancaster j the convention will close on wednesday october 1 after num Erous trips to places of interest and inspection of charities depart ments in Lehigh county grudge Elottve in double shooting murder of Railroad presi Dent and suicide of aide due to differences Baltimore sept of anger fanned by a personal grudge of Long standing caused the murder of Maxwell c Byers president of the Western Mary land Railroad and the suicide of Dudley g Gray Vic president in the presidents office this was the verdict of investigators yesterday who sought to unearth clues to the double trag Edy which ended the careers of the two widely known Railroad men they were found tuesday in Byers office Byers dead from a Bullet wound which passed i recently through the heart and Gray Semi conscious from Bullet wounds evidently self inflicted Gray died several hours later in a local Hospital the investigation was not completed today but authorities Learned enough of the relationship be tween the men to Mark the shoot ing As the Climax to a Long nursed grudge the Railroad issued an official statement yesterday which said while they frequently differed sharply on matters of policy in connection with the company affairs we never knew them to have any personal differences investigators said the double tragedy was premeditated by Gray Johnstown mayor faces continued St a in prison for misdemeanours in office extortion conspiracy continue hearing for or Bryson Bell witness drowns no foul play Uniontown sept Berg 67 father inlaw of Tony Bell and one of the main Alibi witnesses in Bells trial on a Mur Der charge last week came to his death by drowning and not by foul play Coroner s a Baltz sentenced to three years reported today Marks on bergs head and body indicated he might have been at tacked and thrown into Redstone Creek in the rear of the Fayette county jail but an autopsy Dis closed that he had drowned he had Only one leg and is believed have lost his balance As he walked along at the Side of j the West Penn railway tracks j Harrisburg september and dropped into the Creek i Joseph Cauffiel former mayor of Johnstown today faced a continued stay in the Cambria county prison following action of the state Pardon Board last night in refusing to Grant an application for rehearing in his Case Cauffiel was sentenced april 10 1929 to three years in jail for misdemeanours in office extortion conspiracy and perjury on february 26th he was refused an application for Pardon and an other application was refused last night when the Board declined to consider it Twenty nine applicants for re hearing were declined the right to Arni Titton of primp pleas tie Lolard Nev acqui1 it Cal Mac month four rehearing were Al 26 years ago Lowed four continued and two i cases taken under advisement Enid okla sept cases continued included or by an unfavourable court decision Herbert Bryson of Huntingdon mrs Dolly Douthitt eccentric 60sentenced for second degree Mui year old widow probably fatally Der applications refused in wounded h z Wedgwood United eluded Stafano Caruso Cambria states commissioner and fired a county second degree murder wild shot at District judge Arthur j Orde Mcdermott Cambria county Sutton yesterday in the Garfield u s commissioner shot by woman in courtroom aged widow plaintiff opens fire when decision is announced favouring defendant county courtroom Here mrs Douthitt acquitted years ago of the murder of her felonious assault and veto Sak Elte Center county breaking and 26 escaping the Penitentiary Vij 1init ijauiuv4 jl6r husband it Douthitt snatched a revolver feb in her clothing and blows car to bits fired just after judge Sutton had i announced a decision in favor of j 9 0 Wedgwood whom she had accused i Akron Ohio sepi f in a lawsuit of persecuting her j lice i Vestiga Ion the first Bullet struck the come yesterday into the mrs missioner wounding him in the j blast which a a y Abdomen the next missed the j ence r Barnes to presiding judge Roy Elam Young attorney disarmed the maddened i woman with the help of court fawns hurled from the taches As she attempted to shoot into a fiend 40 feet away the terrific explosion he died which in him mrs Douthitt was placed in jail the filing of charges awaited the outcome of Wedgwood injuries h g Sturgis Pioneer Enid lawyer who As county attorney prosecuted mrs Douthitt for the in City Hospital one theory advanced was that a High Dyna mite had been concealed in the car which the Salesman had borrowed from a Roomer at his slaying of her husband in 1904 Rej Home called last night that Douthitt was against this theory however shot As he started out the door of was the belief that the blast would his farm House to milk his cows j have occurred sooner than it did the Douthitt farm since has been j were an infernal machine hidden engulfed by the growing City of in the car As Barnes had been Enid and mrs Douthitt has be driving the automobile some hours come a wealthy property owner i before the explosion the farm House made inhabitable i by fire was shunned by the Young France Italy fail to Unm aued Settle naval differences has engaged in numerous lawsuits and of late years has acted As her own attorney she was sitting at the counsel table yesterday Chicago 111 sept closure of a far reaching plot by gangsters and former convicts to seize control of 9000 Beauty shops in Chicago and throughout Illinois was announced by police today with the capture of two alleged bomb terrorists mean while one Hundred detectives were dispatched to surround the Homes of Theewen Tathree Public Riet Nies for whom vagrancy War rants have been issued scar face Al Capone gang overlord and one of those named on the warrant found himself an exile from his Home and the Lexington hotel where he maintains business Headquarters quits philippine port to be envoy to Hungary Washington september Nicholas Roosevelt of new York who was appointed Vic governor of the philippine islands yester Day resigned in the face of philippine opposition and was immediately appointed minister to Hungary find murder victim Newburgh n y september badly burned body of an unidentified Man evidently a murder victim was found yester Day on the farm of Frank do Marco near Here the victims Skull had been fractured and there were indications he Iliad been bound and gagged the clothing had been saturated with Oil a Container with a Hudson n y Label and a copy of a Magazine published in washing ton were found near the body 3 students Hurt Greensburg a sept 25 three St Vincent College Stu dents were in the College Hospital last night As a result of being struck by an automobile along the Road from the College to Whit Ney late yesterday the car was driven by Don Shevar of Latrobe who was not held the injured students Are Charles Wendell of Pittsburgh right leg fractured Heny Blick of Baltimore lacerations of Chest and left Arm and Robert Myers of Pittsburgh cuts on the bands and Penn state opens 75th College year state College sept Claring it the most auspicious year of the institutions history presi Dent Ralph d Hetzel yesterday officially opened the seventy fifth year of Pennsylvania state col lege president Hetzel gave As his reasons for his prediction that the enrolment totalling almost 4300 the fact that 97 per cent of the freshmen students ranked in the upper three fifths of their High school classes and the greater measure of physical betterment attained Here in the re cent completed three year build ing program in addressing the opening con vocation president Hetzel de scribed plans for observation of the seventy fifth anniversary of the College to be held Here octo her 2325 Geneva sept the i Assembly of the league of nations was rallying enthusiastically last night to expedite its disarmament program the italian governments representatives announced that their technical negotiations Here with French experts have ended in Flat failure this acknowledgement cast a Cloudo gloom Over Geneva where leaders of half a Hundred nations have been hoping that some Means of adjusting the troublesome franc italian naval Dif i Ferencek might soon be reached there is no Hope according to in form italian quarters for any thing to be gained by further versa ions which have been boat ducted Here Between Rene Massiglia the French and Augusto Rosso the italian experts Boyman puzzles school officials negro lynched by Georgia mob Thomasville a sept whisked from the county jail into a secluded Woods near Here under the cover of darkness Willie Kirkland 20yearold negro was lynched by a mob of one thou Sand men today the negro was held in the jail on a charge of attempting to attack a nine year old school girl officers appealed to the mob to wait until Daylight when the girl would be Given another Chance to identify the negro at Dawn she was brought to the jail by her parents and pointed to Kirkland a second time immediately the mob Over powered the officers and seized the negro took him to Tho Edge of town where his body was riddled with bullets six years old he has tache and does Strong Man stunts Toledo Ohio sept to do with a 6yearold boy who has a moustache shaves regularly smokes cigars invite rarely talks in a deep voice and does strongman stunts is puzzling Toledo school officials As Well As his parents the boy is Clarence Kehr who is three feet five inches tall weighs eighty four Pound Sand has been doing Strong Man stunts worthy of a grownup since he was 3 he has a High Intelli gence quotient physicians attribute his Early development into manhood to super activity of the Ductless glands the boy mans parents or and mrs Clarence Kehr arranged to i Day to go to Columbus to take up i with the Ohio department of Edi cation the matter at u

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