Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Somerset Daily Herald Newspaper Archives Nov 24 1930, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1930, Somerset, Pennsylvania Good morning old Man Winter Tri is us we re had enough Indian Sommer in he Roo Garden. Somerset daily Herald buy now a already the country hum him Good effect of the Bay now Campal messenger from the roof Garden of Pennsylvania Voll i to if m Mikkii 123.soh tirs it a monday no Yem blk 24, Imo two cent Young robbers hold up roadhouse 23,000 is new attendance Mark for fair final Day Drew 222 paid admissions kiddies from Home visitors in the morning 10,014 were paid concluding a Banner week. La which a new record of attendance was Hung up. The third annual Batter up g. O. P. Somerset agricultural exposition and indoor fair came to a conclusion saturday night. It is estimated that the attend Anoe for the week approximated 23.000, of which 10,014 was paid. 10,000 was school children and 3, 000 was pass holders. Last years paid admissions were 7,300. The paid admissions for each Day were As follows monday 608 tues Day 1845 wednesday 1956 thursday 1842 Friday 1525 2238. The streets of Somerset were crowded by automobiles saturday a night the visitors came from the four quarters of the Compass. From Early evening until closing hour the aisles of the exposition Hall were j crowded. On All sides were express Sions of amazement and Delight at j the exhibits and demonstrations j among these was that of the county Home and Hospital a number of whose inmates busied themselves with Rug making quilting and sit liar employments just As though they were in the institution. The exhibits of the three Granges Milford Highland and Jefferson to whom awards were made in the order Given and the Stonycreek Valley Community association than made at fairs in these parts were which none finer have Ever been constant attractions. No More interested group of visitors passed through the Entrance to the exposition Hail than the half Hundred kiddies i rom the childrens Home who were guests of the management saturday morning. Tile Booth holders loaded them Down with souvenirs and sent them Back them gifts for the 15 Little folks who were unable to make the visit. Throughout the week. The school children from the surrounding a or. Please turn to Page 6 74th annual mtg Lye a a Institute ill a c0nvenedec.1 on last Lap when the democrats and the . P. Oppose each other for the baseball championship of the House of representatives in 1932, the democrats will have As catch or congressman elect Harry l Haines of the Twenty second Pennsylvania District who is a baseball player of parts and father of Hinric Haines of Ynn saturday j be outfielder now with the International league. Reed wants immigration suspension Pennsylvania senator raid dilution at coming session of Congress for 2 years after july cars crash at reels Corner 4 persons Hurt school directors convention will also meet in lint annual session of j Dember 3 and 4 Butler author coming the 74th annual session of Somerset county teachers Institute will be held in this City dec. I and 5 inclusive and the 41st annual session of school directors will be held Here on dec. 3-4. The former will be held in the High j school auditorium and the latter i in court room no. I outstanding among the instruct ors engaged by superintendent of Public instruction William h 1 Kretchman is c. Hale sip of Butler a. Author and lecturer. Or. Sipe is widely known As the author of a Indian wars in Penn Sylvania and a Indian chiefs of j Pennsylvania a both considered i author Tive. Or. Slope will lecture at to tuesday morning in the i Chapel of the Union Street school i and at 9 20 a. In. In ire High school auditorium. All interested j in the history of the red Man who occupied Pennis Woods before and for Many years following the a i rival of the founder of the common wealth should Avail themselves of the Opportunity to hear the Butler author and attorney. Other instructors who will appear at the various sessions of Institute include or. W. D. Henderson of the University of Michigan or. Jonathan Higdon of he would introduce rf.8 j Central Normal College Danville. Ind. Or. Robent m. Steele. President of state teachers College. California a. Harold l. Hal Brook. Department of Public instruction Harrisburg Henry Klonower department of Public instruction. Harrisburg mrs. Lena m. Bixler. Of Temple University Philadelphia or. J. Linwood Eis Enberg. President state teachers College. Slippery Rock a. And d. E. Crowley. J. W. Yoder of Juniata College will again have charge of the music. Evening attractions tile following attractions have been secured for the evening Terra laments monday cym Balom orchestra quartet with Elsie a Fay hungarian on hic cym Balom no program tuesday evening. Wednesday the scottish musical comedy co. In a the Cottier a saturday t h u r s d a a a Frederick Merit Snyder lecturer subject keeping ahead of the Midland. Texas nov. 23 Gerald Nettleton Young flier attempting to set a Junior East West trans Continental flight record arrived Here from Wichita Falls late today and said he would stay overnight. He planned to take off tomorrow for san Diego having decided to terminate his flight there instead of at los Angeles. Broth Rhoods Foster 6 hour w0rkday1dea Start movement to get plan before wage fixing bodies hold pay at hour rate series of conferences Lindy a new Wing is sensation compensation granted for fire fighter Chicago nov. 23 up Lead ers in five major railway brotherhoods have decided to Toster proposals for a six hour working Day j with eight hour pay. J tile preliminary step taken yes Ter Day was discussed for nearly j i two weeks. It was one of Many j suggested As a Means of relieving unemployment. Looking ahead the leaders in i the six hour movement see ahead a Long fight similar to the workers successful struggle a decade ago for an Day. Unusual cake tried in i Johnstown first of its kind in history of Board j strangely enough the Laws i which came out of the eight hour non Rren chd it oui it movement will make necessary a Yukam la i us Oak Vul lengthy series of conferences be fore the Fate of tile new plan can be determined. A decision was handed Down Friday by state compensation referee John r. Keefer of Greensburg. In the Case of Halsie r Bond of Flushing l. I. Allowing the claimant compensation for the full time of his alleged disability and Hospital and medical expenses. This Case was heard in Johnstown october 24, at which time the claimant was represented by attorney Archibald m. Matthews j of Somerset. The state workmen insurance fund is the intervening defendant. J Man and was pressed into sender lights go out robbers fire into crowd youths of 18 take 1200 from crowd and Start to leave when place is plunged in darkness 2 women killed another detail will be Lilied at Cleveland december 4, when the officers who met Here joined by a special sub committee of 35. Will work out plans for a general con Terence of All those interested in the proposal. Following this if the new plan is upheld by conferees it will be ready for submission to railway executives. Should they refuse it the Federal mediation Board would be called in. Lacking action from that body the brotherhoods would be required a Sedan car driven by Harold Sulu Nucker of Berlin and containing hts wife and ten be children collided with a coach driven by diaries a. Glessner of North Center Avenue occupied by his wife and two daughters at Roxbury sunday afternoon at 1 00. None of the occupants of Gless nerds car was injured but the Schmucker children received slight bruises and cuts and mrs. Schmuck j visas or suffered Chest injuries. The injured were Given medical attention by a Berlin physician. State police from the Somerset Barracks investigated tile Accident. A hearing will be Given in Squire Graver a office today. Washington. Nov. 23 a As an unemployment remedy senator Reed. Republican. Pennsylvania today proposed that All quota immigration with the exception of the immediate relatives of persons already in this country be sus Pended for the two years beginning next july i. The Pennsylvania a member of the Senate immigration committee said he would introduce a Resolution at the coming session to carry Cut the two year suspension and 1 predicted it would pass a almost unanimously. A a the proposal bears the endorsement of Secretary Davis. Who will design his Cabinet position to become Junior senator from Pennsylvania next week after Reading tire Reed Resolution the labor Secretary said a that is Good. I tried to get it Congress to do that Vona tiling last Winter and i am for the Resolution would exclude filipinos As Well As europeans and others. Unlimited entry of filipinos Recd said would a offset All we have done and All we proposed to do in restricting the entry of euro it eans and persons from Central and South Reed said if his proposal were passed Early in the session beginning next week it would become effective before july i although issued prior to its passage. To Call upon the president to a Man and aah premed into sender i 1k let a of urgency arbitration Board. The final court of Appeal would be Congress. April 13. 1930, for fire fighting while stopping Over night at the j j. Walter tourist Home near when he Al hour Day was Jenny town. A Lores fire broke Kropok a in 191, Tho out on top of the haunt took the position unit it was not Mountain and or. Bord or., subject Rural Ion. Ray from officials disagreed. A strike was a sensation in aviation has been caused by Tho disclosure that a Radical new air plane Wing designed by colonel Charles a. Lindbergh has been completed and tested with amusing results at a Burbank cal., factory. It will be turned Over to him shortly for use on his South american flight. The Wing increases the Normal flying Speed of his piano to 235 Miles per hour. The principal innovation is the removal of wheels and Landing gear As resistance factors. Photos show top Tho plane flying with wheels up in the wings out of Tho Way below close up showing How the wheels go up into a compartment within the Wing thus doing away with a parasitic weather Man turns tables on Hiway depot Walter and his son were All pressed into service As firefighters. After being thus engaged for five hours or. Bond received an injury to his right knee As the result of slipping and tailing and was required to expend much Money and time for Hospital and medical expenses he set Forth in his Peti in i ton. J this is the first Case of this nature heard under the new compensation clause relating to fire fighters and has been of unusual interest to the Public. The facts developed at this hearing show that on individual when pressed into this kind of service can be required to work for Days and in one Case a week continuously with Only several hours off for sleep in tire Woods when fatigued. The compensation for which is Only j 25 cents per hour. Tile fire War a Den under Law can press anyone i into service to fight fire in Case the individual refuses he can be jailed and fined $100 would be honoured inasmuch As they Are valid for four months. Pittsburgh a. P. O. A. Lodge of Johnstown fined $500 in Federal court for unlawful Possession of liquor. Robbers get nothing Franklin nov. 23 a a robbers broke into the office of the Park theatre Early today filled the place and then left empty handed the receipts of saturday had been taken away for safekeeping at the close of business saturday. Announcement to the Public it is my desire to announce to the people of this Vicinity that i have located my mortuary and funeral Home in the recently constructed building at 242 w main pit the Hoffman undertaken g establishment has Somerset county persons continuously since 1841 served the Best equipment and sen ice and i solicit your patronage. Is at your command Walter s. Hoffman old Man weather has surely turned the tables on the Highway department so far tilt. November. The hundreds of Miles of Snow Breaks erected by the Highway department in this Section of the state have served merely As figure Heads. They will probably Start functioning within a few Days. Sunday was the Lovliest Day of the present Indian Ammer in and around Somerset. Wind storm in California injures fruit los Angeles nov. 23�? i a warm Sun beamed Over a comparatively Calm Southern California today in contrast to the dust Laden. Destructive Gale of yesterday which killed six persons ruined Mother Jones successful in death Battle ordered when the Adamson Law establishing tile new program of hours was passed. The officials called it unconstitutional. Another strike was threatened but the controversy ended when tile supreme court upheld the Law 5 to i 4. Presidents of the five brother hoods the brotherhood of locomotive engineers the order of railway conductors the brotherhood of locomotive firemen and engine men brotherhood of Railroad trainmen and the switch men a Union of North american claim a membership of 500.000. They number their unemployed at 110,000. Dwelling bums Lack of water responsible Washington. Nov. 23�? up a Mary a Mother Jones too year old crusader for the Labouring Man today continued successful in her Long Fig. I against death. Her physician said last night death might occur at any moment from the ravages of old age. Her condition was reported today Asun a a Mother Jones has been Steadi changed. By growing weaker since last september. Hope for her recovery. Her attendants hold Forth no a dwelling on the old Lounger farm near Confluence owned and occupied by Quincey k. Van sickle was destroyed by Firo about 4 Friday morning. A defective flue is believed to have been responsible. Ralph Glover a neighbor drove to Confluence in his automobile to notify the Volunteer lire department. Lack of water resulted in failure to Sav the House some of the furniture on that first floor was saved. The loss was partly covered by insurance. Rabat is worn out searching for big shoe Morris Kabat resident partner of Ute Philadelphia underselling company feels like a fellow who All but took a Licking the indoor fair had no More Loyal supporter than or. Kabat. As a Booster endeavouring to do his part he arranged with a Large manufacturer of shoes to bring to Somerset the largest shoe Ever made out of real leather and announced several weeks in Advance of the fair what he had done. The fair opened last monday. The shoe was t Here. Or. Kabat telegraphed to the manufacturers. They could t find it. It is conservative to estimate the amount of Money spent by or Kabat and the 81106 manufacturers in Telegraph tolls in the resultant search As twice the Cost of the Booth occupied by the underselling store. Tuesday came. No shoo. Wednesday. Still none. Thursday. Same Story. Friday night we Ord came that it would be in Foi saturday the last Day. The shoe we As there alright. It made Ono a Back ache to look at it and think of having to Wear it. It occupied the Philadelphia underselling store Booth but its presence there for one Day did not compensate or. Kabat for the loss of nervous Energy its absence five Days Cost him. 3-Day season for Deer will open thursday lady Luck passes out More Pakk favors lady Luck has passed out More of her favors. A pair of tickets to the Park theatre await a favored person whose name appears in tile classified columns of today a Herald. Reception for retiring chief Justice today tile special Deer season during which Antler less Deer May be shot in Pennsylvania opens next thursday Friday and saturday. Special licenses must be taken out to shoot these Deer. A fist of rules for the three Day sea lion follows a you must have resident Hunters License before paid special License can be a both the special License tax and the resident Hunters License tag must by displayed on the Middle of the Back on the outer garment while Hunting for Antler less Deer. A you can kill an Antler less Deer not less than 60 pounds entrails removed legally. A an Antler less Deer legally killed and tagged can be taken to Camp by the owner of the special License. If the owner remains in Camp the Deer can be used As Camp meat or brought Home dining the season or at the end of tile Buck season. A a done to shoot Quick. Take your time. Shoot an adult Antler less Deer. Ii there is no game protector near one will be there soon. Have your Deer checked and tagged As soon As tile nearly eight thousand licensed Somerset county Hunters will have to confine their activities during the three open Day season to Jefferson Lincoln and i Jennet townships All of the other i townships of the county being i closed Chicago. Nov. 23 a can a a gang of Young robbers panic stricken when lights were whisked off during a roadhouse Holdup Early today poured a Shotgun Volley into a crowd of frightened victims huddled in a Comer killing two women seriously injuring another and wounding three men the robbers described As youths of about 18, took $200 from the patrons and Llad started to leave when the place was suddenly plunged into darkness. Fearing a trap the bandits eight in All blazed away in the general direction of the group which was jammed in a space of less than 18 x 20 feet. The wounded and dying screamed and moaned and the survivors milled about trampling and slug Gin unable to distinguish gunmen from patrons. To add to the confusion a great Dane dog owned by Henry Goetz proprietor of the resort ran amuck snapping at the stampeding crowd. Lights were finally switched on. Miss Barbara Lee 22. And miss Alice Ward 29 were found dead. Miss Mary Ganey 36, was probably fatally injured. John Gates 39. James Misc us 36, and Jack o Brien 38, were badly wounded. A dozen others whose names were not obtained were less seriously Hurt. The robbers escaped in two machines. Worst week end outburst the roadhouse shooting capped the worst week end crime outburst Quot in the Chicago area in months. Detective Herbert Dillon was shot and killed by an unidentified negro who was in turn killed by Dillon a partner. Detective Patrick Gaynor. The police had answered a complaint that two Drunken negroes were disturbing the neighbourhood. Two automobile thieves who a Short time previously had stolen a machine from Edward Solon while speeding away from the scene ran Down and killed Victor Johnson and injured his wife and Nephew. Members of a police squad interrupted a filling station robbery and shot and killed one of the Holdup men who had entrenched himself in a greasing pit. William Wolf Aith. 22, William do font 17, and Andrew Sanchez. 21, who recently escaped from prison in new Orleans were picked up by a cruising automobile police squad and admitted 50 local robberies. Scores of lesser crimes were reported. Thousands of dollars Worth o i Citrus fruit and wrought Unest mated damage to property in four counties. The outlying districts particularly j the Citrus lands suffered th3 j heaviest damage. Left Bride elect at furriers As he faded away weather Eastern Pennsylvania increasing cloudiness monday followed by Light rain in West and North portion changing to Snow flurries monday night colder monday night tuesday fair and colder. Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and colder with Light rain monday changing to Snow flurries by monday night much colder monday night tuesday generally fair. Maryland fair with mild temperature monday followed by Light rain in extreme West portion changing to Snow flurries monday night colder monday no a. Tues generally fair and colder. I Wark n. J. Nov. 23 a it j1 a detectives tonight were trying to unravel the snarled ends of a a Story of Romance Money and disappearance told by 21 year old Betty Newcomb. They sought James Collins 44, said to belong to a wealthy family j ill Denver Colo. Miss Newcomb said sole be be ii Clary with the exception of a $1,000 bluest to mrs. Alice of Hare miss Newcombs Cousin and a Small bequest to the son. The Young woman said that last thursday she and Collins went to a new York tank where Collins sought to withdraw $5,Coo with which to buy her a Trousseau and Phila Dedhia nov. 23 a of a leading jurists from Many parts of the state Are expected to attend the formal ceremonies tomorrow marking the retirement of Robert von Mosch Zisker As chief Justice of Tho state supreme court and the induction of Justice Robert s. Frazer As his successor. Judge George w. Maxey of Scranton recently appointed by governor Fisher will be sworn in to fill the unexpired term of the chief Justice. In january judge Maxey will begin to serve the full 19 year term of Justice for which he was chosen at the november election. A reception for the retiring chief Justice will be held in his Snow tonight forecast of weather Man Washington nov. 23�? up a wintry weather for the first part of the week in most states East of the Mississippi was predicted by the United states weather Bureau tonight for new England. New York Pennsylvania Maryland West Virginia and Ohio the precast was for Snow flurries monday or monday night and much lower tem that Collins proposed to her last i for honeymoon costs the cashier monday took her to new York made Over an $8,000 Bank account j in his and her name took Ber to a furriers left her there and disappeared. Young woman said that Collins Wrom she said she had known about a year and who she said had a 22 year old son James or. A College student in St. Louis Alco had made Over a will making her told Collins to return in half an hour she said. They went to the furriers where she bought a coat but while alterations were being made Collins said he was going Back to the Bank. He never came Back miss Newcomb said nor did he appear at the Bank. She said Collins had told her his wife died while he was in France in the army. Pera Tures. Generally fair and colder Chambers at the conclusion of the weather is due tuesday. The Snow formal exercises. Uniontown robbers get $1600 in Cash flurries it was said would be preceded by Light Rains in most Eastern states. Uniontown nov. 23 a up a breaking into the office of the Potter Mccune company Here last night thieves smashed open a Small Safe and then fled with $1,600 in cosh. A Quantity of cigarettes was also taken miss Ingalls goes to Miami Roosevelt Field. N. Y., nov. 23�? up it a Laura Ingalls former Holder of the women a transcontinental flight record hopped off today on a leisurely flight to Miami Florida where she expects to take part in a women a air meet to be held in january. Finish armory addition by first of year construction work on the addition to the Somerset armory on North Center Avenue is rapidly being pushed Forward and with favourable Wea the building will be ready for Dottie prevailing it is estimated that Tupancy by the first of next year. Captain s. N. Lowery is supervising the construction and much ply room arms room locker room has already been accomplished. The new 50-foot Rifle Range sup Kitchen and Furnace room Are completed and require Only a finishing touch to the Walls and the orderly room officers room and class room at the front of the Structure have been excavated and Are being played out. The locker room contains 62 lockers for the entire equipment of the company. The Furnace room will be entirely of fireproof construction. A 15-foot Extension has been placed on the flue to provide for the additional heat requirement j the new rooms facing Center Avenue make possible a 25 1-2 foot Extension to the Drill room to accommodate the increasing enlistment where service Means Mot than a Mere word. Dias. R. Hauger funeral director ambulance sender a both phones. Amp

Search all Somerset, Pennsylvania newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for November 24, 1930

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.