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Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1930, Somerset, Pennsylvania Good morning governor Pinchot Point out la. Fly in the free who ointment. Somerset daily Herald morning messenger from the roof Garden of Pennsylvania phone 164 your want and will be Given prompt attention. Try it. Vuu of is x i m la or 60somfi set im., to Khiva a september 9. Urn two startles Buenos Aires Meyersdale school bus death toll grows in Santa Domingo tragedy run Overboy Ernest Gerhart seriously injured monday after noon runs out from behind parked ars condition favourable Ernest 8-year-old son of Paul Gerhart was run Over by a of the Somerset Auto bus company in Meyersdale about 4 p. In. Monday and seriously injured. To was removed to the Wenzel hos Pital where an operation was performed his condition was reported from Che Hospital monday night As favourable. Albert Philson was Driver of the bus which had just started for Salisbury with 17 school children. In front of the citizens Bank. Erne t ran out into the path of the bus from behind a parked automobile and before the Driver realized was under the wheels. He was removed to the Hospital where an incision was made into the Abdomen to care for any Haemorrhage that might have resulted. Only a slight blood flow had resulted. Albert Philson has been driving a bus for the Somerset bus company ave years his heme is in Berlin. This is the first Accident in which he has Ever been involved. Row soldiers restrain dominican hungry mob storming food flying stenographer r oot Ness of officers pre the old Spanish Stone houses vents serious disorders which withstood the fury of the when ships bearing sup plies Arf unloaded More than 1200 injured by Harwood null associated press staff correspond t Santo Dom i Nigo dominican Hurricane. Rolling kitchens were used for cooking Tho food which was brought to Santo Domingo by several Vasels that had to Anchor in the Caribbean being unable to Dock at the wharves became the Ozama has been on a rampage since the storm of last week. Food stuffs. Medical . Isth toll of More than 5,000 it the catastrophe which the Hurricane several thou and horned. And a a a Domingo. thousand of the City. 40,000 populated in it. Wake in the Lovely la of comp Ete devastation of the . Abo lion Home in what ii vat Felly marching the ruin. For loved one. Pictured a survivor or by internet1 a newsreel of Clintock passing bad checks and defrauding boarding House keeper charges against Somerset Man Coste Given organized Welcome at Hau Oween demonstration guilty on 4 White House counts plea the Somerset Post. V. F. A. Met monday evening and voted in favor of staging an organized Hal i Loween parac�?T3, i committees were appointed and ceremony conducted by details will be worked out at the president Hoover in Rose next meeting the boys a enthuse Garden before Distin de Over the idea and Promise a re d gushed assemblage Celebration. A Lindh return visit Quot gets jail sentence Washington sept. 8 up it a president Hoover today in the quiet Beauty of a White House Rose Garden gave the official Welcome of the nation co Dieudonne Btu Lonte George Mcclintock of Somerset who busily circulated bad Hecks about the county seat some two months ago pleaded guilty to Lour of fourteen charges on which he has since languished in the county jail when called to the oar a september term of criminal court monday and was sentenced to pay the costs in each Case Anas Rve 30 Days in the county jail the ifs to run concurrently. He was sentenced to pay the costs and spend three months in the county jail on a charge of defrauding a boarding House keeper. Martin Smalko of Centro i City pleaded guilty to violation of the liquor Laws and we As sentenced to pay the costs and $50 and was placed on probation for on year. Homer and Lester Briskey of Rockwood charged with breaking and entering and larceny were sentenced to pay the costs a ins of $25 and served one year in the county jail. Beginning of the jail sentence was deferred one ?1 a George lord who was involved in the removal of property on which there had been a Levy was found guilty ordered to pay the costs and a Fine of $50 the Case came from Central City. Sobiesky was the prosecutor. Other cases disposed of intruded Ralph Humbertson Berlin morality charge Grace Pletcher prosecutor in continued to sept. 20. G. G Knieriem Berlin assault and Battery Harry b. Finley continued. Ralph Humbertson Benin mtr laity charge Grace Humbertson. Pose Mutrix continued to sept 20. Clarence Berkebile Stoystown morality charge. Margaret Berke file prosecutor in continued until Friday. Ray Speicher. Meyersdale charge Ella Garlitz pros a trix defendant ordered to pay the costs and flite of $100. Ii. M. Ham pc Addison false pretence violating the banking code Milton j. Hollada prosecutor continued until sept. 9. Calvin Shaffer. Windber morality charge. Gladys Godfrey prosecutor in continued. Coste and Maurice French aviators. I gathered around the chief executive and the men who flew from Faris to new York Only a few Days ago were three of americans most famous aviators. Lindbergh Byrd Ana Rickenbacker. General Pershing vice president Curtis Jules Henry of the French embassy and other government representatives Aslo were there. The greeting by the president and the response by Coste climaxed a Day of official tribute u. S. Gunboat in Battle on the Yangtze Pinchot says Philadelphia As not for him Republic. Sept. 8 a Pic Only the mines doctors and Relief workers coolness of officers of the Domin j were brought today by the s. S. Lean army and of tile United states i Ruth Lyke from Ponce. Porto mine sweeper Grebe saved Hurris Rico. The s. S. Triton arrived Cane stricken Santo Domingo from with a cargo of Rice from eur a serious food riot today. Ope. Tile Genevieve Lykes was hundreds of men. Women and expected tonight with provisions children Many of whom have not and medical supplies from port had any food since the City was a Prince Haiti and Guantanamo destroyed by a Hurricane which Cuba. Took 4.000 lives last wednesday. J the steadily p Catherine cried tried to to Biz provisions which to enter the Zamo today but was were brought by launches and forced to return to atle borage other Light Craft to wharves along at Tea. The Banks of the River Ozama. A Hospital Survey completed to which divides the City. Day revealed that More toxin 1.200 the dominican and american a seriously injured patients ate re officers quickly posted their men ceiling treatment in 13 hospitals. In strategic petitions so As to hold Many of them Puffer from gang Back the crowds until speakers Renous infection. Almost All have could assure them that rations infections of some kind. Those in would be distributed As soon As the hospitals Are in addition to possible. Hundred of injured who Are go eminent authorities and red receiving treatment in schools. Cross workers Cook up the difficult Homes churches and Publ it cask of keeping the hungry peo buildings. Doctors say the nun ple orderly while food wats handed Ber of injured outside of Hosp crisis faces new regime in Argentine Brief dispatches from a. P. Correspondent indicating counter revolution followed by silence censorship clamped on Republican nominee for governor believes Vare organization supports Hemphill. His opponent la War if they want it reds fire on the Tutuila with machine guns and Trench mortars As it cruised British also fired on Hankow. China. Sept. 8�? a a Sharp encounter Between the a which included a White House Lun Merican gunboat Tutuila and a Cheon a pilgrimage to the Tomb Banc 0f0ving communists occur of the unknown Soldier at four rec on the Yangtze River eighty government departments. Miles from Rochow. Hunan pro a we wish the people of France Vince late today. Dispatches Caid to know that our Welcome of their the american vessel suffered no two heroes is warm and spoil fan casualties. Eos and Universal a the president the reds fired upon the Tutuila said a a we rejoice that this bin Osth warship cruised along re a Bant feat has been accomplished River using machine guns and we Are delighted to Honor these two men who have thus dramatically recalled colonel Lindbergh s the name of Lindbergh recurred Trench mortars. Returning the live with three Inch rifles and machine guns the gunboat quickly silenced the attackers destroyed their mortars and Dis out at canteens set up in churches. Government buildings and some als far exceeds in the Survey. The 1.200 shown armed guard new pastor for governor assigned t0 Lof Louisiana Grace Church constantly throughout the pres lodged them Horn the position dents Welcome. Or. Hoover called dispatches Faile to state whether the flight of the frenchmen a the reds suffered any casualties. A return visit of Lindbergh new the British gunboat ladybird Al York to Paris flight. He said the so was attacked by the communist Pride and happiness of the nation Raider Shari near the City of Hosi. In Linbergh a Safe Landing were Huff province. The ladybird re shelled the red ship with six Inch redoubled w in we a guns exacting a heavy toll. The magnificent reception Given to him British Kiiji Aiso raked the Shore by the government and people of three Inch rifles and Macine j guns. Linbergh stood face to the front naval advices stated the lady and expressionless Only a few forced the reds to abandon to paces to or. Hoover s right. His sjti0ns outside Shari. Thereby pre greeting to Coste and Bellonte venting them from re entering the however was animated. The presidents remarks were broadcast Over the United states. City a portion of which they Burr. Of and looted last Friday. Dispatches failed to state whether steel production shows slight increase new York. Sept. 8 up a England and France. As or. Bird s attack As the Quot heaviest a Hoover finished. Coste stepped Forward a Pace and began Reading his response. It was in French. A three years ago France had the great Honor of receiving and hailing two of the glories of your country Lindbergh and Coste said a their exploits gave to the French people the Opportunity Honesdale of Quot it 8�?op a Giff old Pinchot Republican nominee for governor today indicated his of Quot Lief that the Philadelphia Republican organization was supporting his opponent John m. Hemphill candidate of the democratic and lib eral wet parties. In an address Here the former governor openly referred to hemp Hill As the candidate of the Phila Delphia group headed by William s. Varc. A if they want four More years of War with the next Republican administration a Pinchot said a they can have it. And if any Republican organization in the state wants to vote democratic they can. A but they must suffer the consequences and i la do All i can to make the consequences plenty. A if the / want to come in with Mcall right. If they done tall Well and Good. The Veteran campaigner today started a tour that is to take Hun into every county of the stat.? before election Day in november. Him my wet democratic opponent wins in the fall the forr a governor declared a the Philadelphia gang will move to Harrisburg and take control. _ several Hundred heard Pinchot Here and at Hawley his first atop. To was accompanied by mrs. Pin Ciot who was introduced into the crowds. The Republican nominee is using his own portable amplifying loud speaking device which is being carried with him in a special car. At Hawley. Forest City. Honesdale. And Montrose his four stops the former governor threw Down a Challenge to the Philadelphia organization and appealed to a upstate Pennsylvania to Roll up a huge vote to overcome any defection in Philadelphia. Pinchot called Hemphill the a a disgruntled Philadelphia Republican s candidate and accused him of insincerity in his platform calling for repeal of All state and National prohibition legislation. A there Are two principal purposes of or. Hemphill a Campaign to put the Philadelphia masquerade in control at Harrisburg a id in Federal court Rev. Miller to Kernville the Rev. Is. A. Miller who has been pastor of Grace Church Somerset four years was assigned by Bishop Breyfogel to Kernville evangelical Church at the Closi la session of the Pittsburgh conference. At Ligonier sunday. The Rev. H. W. Kaibni Etc who new Orleans. Sept. 8 a in gov. Huey p. Long was under the Protection of an armed guard of state militia As lout Ianas most turbulent primary Campaign in years came to a close. Battery a a Quot of the state a j tonal guard artillery was or has been pastor of the Altoona dered out tonight but adjutant Church comes to Somerset. The general Ray Fleming denied the Rev n. A. Pearce is return d to militia was being Quot mobilized Somerset circuit. Tomorrow the voters will decide other nearby appointments in a Between governor Long and to Seph e. Ransdell for the United states Senate. The governor ordered out the state troops to protect him late today when he went to Federal court i to testify about the Case of two Way it j Jennet town. W. Lloyd Buenos Aires. Sept. 8 a my the City was startled tonight by the Roar of Cann Nading and unconfirmed reports said warships in the Harbor were firing at some of the buildings. I the foregoing dispatch indicated to some observers that a counter revolutionary movement has opened against the new military government which overthrew the argon . Tine president saturday and was itself sworn in yesterday. Apparently a censorship has miss Kihei Ruth Webb. 23. Of been clamped on because the Philadelphia standing in front of associated press in new York retire air plane she will Pilot in the Cei Ved some Brief messages from women air Derby at Phil a Del j its Buenos Aires correspondent in phia. Miss Webb has sixty flying rapid succession and then there hours to her credit. She is a Stan was silence. Grapher when Khe in t handling the stick Gen. Uriburu is president Argentine the first message said the newspaper Crl Tica had Learned of the eighth cavalry capturing the military College. This was followed by dispatches reporting that warships has opened fire but details were lacking. Sanguinary fighting in Argentine capital in Montevideo Uruguay. Sept. 9a tuesday despite rigid censorship placed on outgoing Cable and telegraphic dispatches i from Buenos Aires last night it i was Learned Here dec ii today that Holiday proc new i sanguinary fighting occurred there of Gentina regime of i i Alli takes during the evening. Over government of a when the Public had appeared to be returning to a Normal state of mind after having participated in an enthusiast manifestation of support to hmf8 incoming new government of general Jose Evaristo Uruburu. Firing broke out in various parts of rejoicing in capital Buenos Aires. Sept. 8�?<a>> _ i he Raime elevated a a to i the City the fusillade beginning saturday by a military upheaval j. A Offley ally took Over the government a oui a a. In late today with administration of j Are appeared to be concerto oath to the provincial Prest-1 rated on the government House Johnstown District Altoona j. C. Wygant. Bedford. T. O. Fuss. Blairsville. A. M. Gahagan. Cherr like j. H. Wise. Conemaugh a. A. Hillear Geist own Mission d. G. Baum were planning to bring suit for slander against him in Shreveport. The two men. Samuel Irby and James terrain were seized by state police last thursday and have been kept in seclusion Ever since. The governors court appearance today was in response to a sub Johnstown Bedford Street b. E. Coleman. Johnstown Cooper Avenue Clair Custer. Johnstown Derby Street p. W. Baer. Johnstown Fairfield Avenue i. L. Peterson. Johnstown. Garfield Street r. Pena to testify in a writ of by w. Weston. Against chinese outlaws in recent years. Authorities Here expected serious trouble from a band of 6.000 former government troops who de to prevent any interference with the dared their Independence and were Power of Public utilities to gouge reported pillaging and burning Vil the people said Pinchot. Lages near Chang Supeh province j a whatever he himself May the soldiers kilted Many Villag said the former governor a hemp ers and Many bodies were observed Hill s main purpose is not to attack of proving to toe american pee floating on Tjade yank tse. The com the 18th amendment. If it were pie the deep affection which we j manding officer of the revolting he would have insisted that a do had fostered for More than 150 troops was held prisoner by nation Wick Kistler. Democratic wet can Alist authorities at Chang. Dilate for senator be put on the Liberal ticket. Beas Corpus proceeding demanding the delivery of the two men in court. Final hours of the Stormy Campaign were enlivened further today when William g Wiegand a reporter for the new Orleans item struck governor Long on toe nose and Mouth during a visit to his chief executives apartment. Wiegand had taken offence at an epithet hurled at him by the governor. Body guards of the governor seized the reporter and who e two armed men stood on each Side of the reporter the governor struck him in the face with his hand. Later the governor and the Johnstown first s. A. Miller. Johnstown Moxham e. L. Nice Dent and his Cabinet. And on the pase or Avenue which a a if Home is situated next to it. Interspersed great crowds of citizens Happy wry Cannon Are could card because of Tho National a Holiday which had been proclaimed for the Foi Mal induction of the government. Massed about the historic government House As general Jose Evaristo Uriburu took the oath As provisional president of the Argen Tine Republic. Parades in some of which women j participated were formed to March through the streets and Hail the evolution which ousted the aging Hipolito Irigoyen. The City was j More Lively than in on of its famed National fiestas. General Uriburu said the entire country had swung to the Banner of the revolt and the provinces rap i idly were being turned Over to pick de men. Pin Cipully High army embers. Other officers who have been Loyal to the revolutionary chieftains Are replacing those who were Irigoyen adherents. Many of the Irigoyen supporters have fled to Uruguay and other neighbouring countries but a Large number have been arrested. The rattle of arms. Mauser and Small league will consider u. S. Of Europe Briand will submit his plan to the league of nations Assembly separate line Briand a project by. Johnstown Park Avenue l. T Strehler. Johnstown Vickroy Avenue f. W Ware. Johnstown Mission w. A. Boatman. Portage. O. G. Fye. Fralix Elton j. L. Smith. Scalp level w. W. Hall. Somerset h. A Kaebnick. Somerset circuit. N. A. Pearce. South Fork. G. K. Hetrick. Westover t. Murphy. Windber. R. R. Doverspike. Professor at Albright College v c. Zoner. Quarterly conference members reporter apologized to each other Johnstown first m. L. Weaver it the whereabouts of Irby and Johnstown fail Field Avenue. C. A. Terrell remained a mystery to mock. V. C. Zener Johnstown. Years. A the Welcome which has just been Given us is a Token of the steel ingot production for the 25 reciprocal 0f the american reworking Darj in August is Esti Tittl mated by the american Iron amp j steel Institute at 3,095.293 Gross j knocks out tons with operations for the Mccarthy of Boston month at 59.46 per cent of rated capacity compared with production 905 Miles pavement completed this season Reading purchases _30,000 tons of rails night. The governor testified today he believed they were in Jefferson Parish adjoining new Orleans Fayette county opens new Concrete Road bet Ford Street. A. E. Lehman Johnstown Moxham f. D. Euen Berger Johnstown Vickroy Avenue w. W. Eli Lek Somerset c. E. Mccauley Salix Elton j. T. Shaffer j. O. Brown Lay evangelist mrs. Azuba Jones. Tile new Concrete Road Between Normalville and Mill run Fayette county has been open since sat one killed two Hurt in automobile crash Bradford sept. 8�? up a one Man was killed and two others were Cambri county Grange defies master wet Geneva. Sept. 8 a up a Aristide brands plan for a a United states of Europe is advanced a Long step today at the first session of the league of nations Council. Without a dissenting voice but after a Long and warm discussion representatives of 27 european states decided to submit the plan to the league of nations Assembly bearing their adhesion in principle. They adopted a Resolution to that effect and asked m. Briand to place the whole matter before the league. That Means that before the close of the present Assembly session Cresson sept 8 App a Pomona Grange of Cambria county meeting in Munster near Here the French foreign minister will tonight passe d a Resolution Call explain in Public the extent of the my for repeal of the 18th Amend organization he deems necessary Mentz. Despite official warning that for real collaboration of european action might result in loss of it i charter the Grange passed the Resolution by a vote of 203 to 50. Several weeks ago. Pomona Grange passed a similar Resolution Powers in both the political and economic Field. He is quoted by one of his friends As saying that american advertising taught him one Point that later in an address in Somerset constant iteration of a name or county. E. B. Dorsett1, master of a an idea leads to future sales. The state Grange was quoted i Newark n. J., sept. 8�? up a Primo camera knocked out Pat Harrisburg. Sept. 8 a up a with the completion of 47.63 new York sept. 8 a a a the Miles of new pavement last week Reading company today announced by contractors and maintenance the award of contracts for 30,003 of 2,933,399 tons. With operations Mccarthy of Boston in the second f nil a mini. Talk to at 56.35 per cent of capacity for Lound of a ten round bout tonight to a the the Bethlehem steel co moan and the 26 working Day in july and a right to the jaw ended the apartment the total nil Page or toe Bethlehem steel company and 4.930.086 tons for 27 working Days bout after Mccarthy had gone Down new pavement for the season was Cai Negie steel p y. August of last year with oper-1 for counts of on and nine in the extended to 905. Approximately 500 i tile rails to Cost mole than a in August in Inot yen Kiwi eur Riuo it aug aim. A t i rim Ioam will to in Haj non turn through Uon hence or an veg Onue in Amons at 93.28 per cent of Capa same round. Camera weighed 265 Muju Grater Jhan at the. Ame j mire Railroad i through Grantsville to Salisbury. Ties Here alleged urday affording a new route rom j injure Ltd n an automobile collision Connellsville to the National High j near Smethport tonight. Wat i Mark Caldwell Elmira n. Y., connecting with the new con was killed. Harry Tanner Pine Crete Road from Indian head to Normalville it provides residents of Somerset a new circuit for driving. Uting route no. 31 to Creek. N. Y., and Rbert Halstead a student at Indiana teachers school were injured Paul j. Bowen Kane. Pa., drive Jones m in and there shifting to or of the car which collided with route 711. One May drive through 1 the Caldwell machine was charged Normalville. Mill run and Ohio with manslaughter Foli oing a pre Pyle to the National Pike and re luminary investigation. He wits through Confluence or driving while intoxicated author saying if reports of the Grange Branch action were True it was liable to expulsion from the state organization. Dor Ett was present when tonight a vote was Taxen. Following the meeting Dorsett issued a statement in which he denied making the Somerset j statement but warned the Grange tonight that the action might result in revoking of the charter. Maine returns show Gardner White leading weather Eastern Pennsylvania fair tuesday and wednesday Little change in temperature. Maryland fair tuesday wednesday increasing cloudiness Little change in temperature. Portland Maine sept 8 a a a returns from 165 election precincts out of 632 in the state give for senator White 14,142 a Kell 7,105. For governor Gardiner 13 385 Moran 8,620. J

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