You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - December 8, 1931, Portsmouth, Ohio WEATHER not so followed by mow changing to miu rising Is HOME ESTABLISHED 1852. VOL. 38. NO. 232 DECEMBER 8, 1931 TWENTY PAGES PRICE THREE CENTS Today Dreary Weather Vice Traffic Chicago Any Santa's UV Dec. In afa ibis but not What is called nature imitating the expression on tho lace ul the average Hip latest development under our organization that to IK so Is a slave on modern Industrial file efficient It Is a for the one thousand names of girls from 10 upward ou lists taken by the Include Vice knows no race It is a simple the raw costs nothing except for ad- tents off respectable young intimidation and despair fa newspapers bring tlie name of Al Capone into the hideous hut perhaps Lake should overflow It's banks ami flood tlie grain many would 3ausc contains no vice and crime than other less than in proportion to The vivid and efficiency of Chicago re- and city editors make things worse than they Outsiders should remember that In to Al names lu the of Illinois Include such aide 1'ield. to Bay nothing ot would wonder it out to and tlie prohibition them He might his statement that n people exist half slave and half or no Santa here Is enjoying Ills usual Chicago's big stores arc Inlo n few blocks of Staid for convenience for Smile have in outlying irids for women too busy for tnt H. W. secretary of the Street wiya that not limn two hundred nnd fitly crowded the big 1; I. sign Americans ilo lot let n depression kilt tu IH Many take their children a good nre not depressed by in acquire everything present or two will make n child 1.JIW. representing for Hint child nil that he has as one salt gives to the k ail lie needs of the Pacific A finds happiness In nor in accumulation of your child to think ns It and you need because you cannot afford 4 Henry tells n Catherine dedicating the Institute ot the University ot I hat soul of man about years In Dr. 1! Importance lo as lo man's Says conceptual of n spotlight of shining v hi shall despoil man of mining glory of his life on discovery of developed ills own forth his own 1'r. COUNTY OFFERS TO AID TRAIL PROJECT Commissioners Vote To sist Federal ment In Re-elected COST IS Plan For 30 Foot Roadway For About Four county commissioners will cooperate with the highway de- and federal highway to the extent of widening Scioto trull from he city limits north to the first Clerk Orin L. announced At a Commissioners Austin ey Shela and C. Rickey voted expend on the The estimated cost of the ccL Is A bid is to he 20 cunt under the The county agreed to pay per cent of the The pavement on the trail Is 10 wide and the state plans for n foot Seven feet of trick Is to be added on each side of Ije present pavement The distance s about four Widening the road to GO will be greatly reduced and raffle will he lie commissioners Several business men requested lie commissioners to sanction the nnd contribute money towards ts The federal highway commission vlll be asked to contribute towards lie The will tiny the right of Widening of the trail was discussed many dis nRo and the was ready o proceed but high prices demanded property owners for n right of resulted In postponement of the JUDGE HOLCOMB REELECTED HEAD OF LOCAL BAR Of Barristers Serves As President Since 1922 JOHNLEY SECRETARY HOODLUM HELD IN WIFE DEATH Surrenders To De- At Wis. The Prf in Dec. n police prisoner In connection with the murder of his by tho police n ered to detectives in and over 11 route kept secret be- cause of the apparent he might be by The hoodlum who is listed ns a to the of his formerly known as Marian Miller of St. was found shm to death in Oct. 7. police had been n Ions He 1ms suspect til of in n dozen pans lie wnp wounded by in n where he recovering from u previous Authorities paid they would witli in connection with his wife's MISSING BOY MILES Nathan 14, Scioto Found At Home Of Kin In Jackson Co. A hour for Nathan son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry uf to have been Wst 111 in tho hill lute Monday tlie lioy wiis 1 the home of an Mrs. of Dark Jackson near Malices lie hy hla The hoy raid hnd pone to his home to lie walked 12 miles and home at ti p. m. boy nnd his dog left home I n. with when lie i return nt relatives and started n search that was by county city B. Ohio nny Scouts Temperatures 8 A. M. 14 41 M Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy 20 2S Cloudy 40 Cloudy A theirs cloudy m Cloudy 20 Clear Partly I. 40 Cloudy JJ i Partly 1 i.e. 24 Partly Cloudy 4 Clear Bricklayer Loses To Ice Cream Maker 0., a hns lost his alienation of suit against Phil H. Ice cream A jury returned a verdict for Bo kcr yesterday in less than an hour Baker acknowledged his relations with Mrs. and told of sup her In n buy ing her worth of diamonds nnd furnishing an automobile for her nsc Other attended dinners given hy his wife in Baker's home and had tin of hiding In the maid's roou when Baker came A. T. HOOVER URGES HIGHER TAXES Welfare Fund Now CAMPAIGN GETS BIG BOOST FROM PLANT WORKERS Industrial Division Report Electrifies Campaigners At Tuesday OVER MARK Attorney Myer New Name Memorial Judge A. T. of 830 Ninth street was president of County Bar nt a meeting held In tile law library of courthouse Monday Holcomb was elected president in 3022 nnd hns served since that He is tile of the local At- torney J. United Slates Las served ns of the Bar for 17 Attorney D. wan treasurer nnd Attorney J. Meyer elected succeeding tbc late Judge Hurry T. K. At- Henry T. S. tmd K. G. with the secretary nnd treasurer of Holcomb appointed memorial on tlie death of littery Including Arthur nnd James S. A committee on portraits C. M. nnd Joseph T. This committee will Installation of portraits of former In the LAFFOON TAKES TODAY Sampson Cleans Commutes Six Death The Klein working far into Hie after a farewell party the cleared his desk for tbc Induction into office today of Ids Democratic successor is n On Ills Inst day in nor Sampson commuted sir penalties to life Issued commutations reducing the prison terms of prisoners In the two state cave 211 equi to pardons nnd signed eight pa These made n of 338 nets ol executive One of the was that of a Negro sentenced to hang utter con for criminal Tbc oth cr five were to have died in the elcc trie Governor Sampson appointed colonels during bis last day in nnd citizenship to seven for- mer He also drew his last pay covering the first eight of Tea Special To The Dec. drinking least two barrels of twi and wanting to lie is about Manchuria looks to China owns the pan owns the house that's on it. who should tlie fs to srivc Its Japan Is trying to save its the of Nations Is to save Us somebody has got to Will Rogers BEING TRIED AS 0 N E IN HOLDUP us In Claims Ernest Musser Flagged Bus On Employes Of Selby Shoe Co. Will Give This It Is WELFARE CAMPAIGN Totaled to With the Industrial division ng way in a lug other groups to the Portsmouth fare fund went past the mark Tuesday when t h e teams KUC committees ged to date the noon The goal Is 200 and the day report was more than past tho pledges reported Tuesday mounted to ot which the In- tho Special committee committee and tin 1'riiterwll The pledges totalled The noon at the meeting in First Christian church left to be obtained by nest Monday filial of tire The increasing enthusiasm of the Industrial division cheered Dr. C. L. making for Selby Shoe a of Henry electrified tile when lie an- that It was estimated Ilic workers of the shoe plant would give about Thin amount compares given last A. campaign On Team Standing DIVISION J. 1. Knink Frank M. A. 4. n. I. F. A. 7. J. NOOSE DANGLED BEFORE EYES OF H POWERS Clarksburg Man On Trial For Murder Of Women SITS GUM Testimony Expected To Move Toward Rapid The W. Dec. was dangled In front of Harry K. 1'owcrs today nnd the mail on trial for his life The circle of web belting was iced by Dr. C. who suld he found it knot ted the neck of Mrs. 1'rcsfder whom Powers is accused of luring 1> his garage and At the opening session of trill yesterday Will U. put the Casanova wl of the gallows by as tho jury for tbc death Makes Him Towers had shown no then lit the noose that shown hli Hlay seemed to sonio un A he had back Into bis rolo of of n server at n drama which seemed to ore the strap been tightly round the victim's tightly enough to t the coroner Displays Little Interest II c displayed no Intercut when the roller later tip a strip of con- is and told bow it had been used to nd the Tlie Inking of testimony Mi i today nml was expected lo move ward a rapid A jury was selected and three DIVISION Forrest U A. vice K. H. K. H. Dr. F. A. 10. A. E. 11. V. Leach 12. Harry Wanner IS. H. M. 14. E. C. Hood 8R.no 1111.00 12.1.00 1112.00 Division DIVISION Charles C. J. E. vire W. W. Anderson 1ft. C. Slierman Dale 17. K. 1R. Dr. 0. C. M. Howland JO. William A. 1'epper John TO GIVE WATER Dec. Water service will he without coat to needy Action was city council after a public hearing hy 200 Jacoby Points Ahead In Bridge Marathon Make Greater Score Than Culbertsons In Each Of Three Rubbers Played In First Session Of Each Side Convinced Yet Of Its The NKW K Lenz his partner Oswald tlie were In the lend today In 150- contract bridge match Mr. and Mrs. Ely Culbertson and the and made the greater score In each of three rubbers played in tho Initial session which lasted two hours nnd 4S ending nt a in In each of the first two rubbers they won a for taking two In the third the took two games and with It a rubber yet because of sets given the point total of their op- Each side remained convinced day that ils system was the Each side found support In vidual hands for its theories of was especially ical ot the failure of his opponents to bid answered that in coses doubling by his side would have driven the to suits and contracts Instead of sets mi woe amazed nt tbc of All on one That there nothing sensational In handling of the dummy wna There were no brilliant feats such as end elimination plays or Ism Fulfills 5 Twenty-three hands At end of the first robber Lenz and were points tn the This plus score Increased to 1.610 when the second robber ended 7-1.00 10.00 11.00 Division DIVISION Albert F. ner vice Elmer Brown C. Heron M. 2.-. John McMillan X W. T Glenn C. 28. E. Williams Division DIVISION M. 20. Miss Johnson 10 Mrs. E. 31. Mrs. E. C. Mrs W S. Oldfield Mrs. E. M. Mrs. f. C. Horr Division total DIVISION Mrs. J. W. 5 73.0f 11.00 101.00 Mrs. C. E. Armstrong Mrs. William Atlas Mrs. Harry K. Keeser 38. Mrs. D. D. Mitchell Miss Vosta 40. Mrs. I. K. Van Division Industrial H. H. Walter F. 31-j.uO chairman 100.00 Mark W. total Today's total reported on 19) DEMOCRATS OF OHIO DIVIDED Son Assails Former Congressman And Hits His By The 0.. Dec. Democrats were divided ns ti lio shall receive the otes in the party's national next One headed hy former Con- resaman Martin Davey of avors former Secretary ot War D. for the A second faction While Is the on the first Tlie latter was expressed In strong hy Francis C. Alien leader in his own right nd a noil of W. W. former of the ive committee of JIo Davey's in IIR to draft for the lon and his sole motive vas to smother the White Not He Hays While the battle of words continued to maintain nn Undo that placed him in tho role if Informed of I raft the former secretary that lie is PROSECUTION RESTS Relief Driver Say Prisoner Resembles Ernest charged with of on a Ulue and irny Inis on early March 1. was Identified as the liin who flagged tho bus and drivers with n pistol by C. uf Tlie made at In common court t a Tuesday The Ls of the about 1 in. Clay n re- iuf and re- the but could not lake positive lio lost in the ami for the d Monthly Jack who charged robbing John Con- of New told 1m that lie was to the tlm bus nnd KUII nt the WHS te mid to lie crost Ity the Jio wild h lo after Mussor luu 111 lu lo In us to what the u wild he was In tli front ot UIP when n mnu the When the li MI til front mid the cuns nml front door n pun nt tli WHOM lie first viewed defendant told him nils Ami that lie lind n brother resembled I I lie be KO nt the on race 1 CHINESE QUIT THEIR STUDIES Students Take Part In Against Dec. students descried today to In against officials whom liey failing to oppose by the Japanese in for of Chinese At least students on a strike here n firmer anil more were wild to considering tlie At Nanking student were estimated to number to with the lists despite efforts to cm to their home The entire statt of the foreign ot- i-e failed to nt the ie with Wellington foreign apparently ami their might give rise i which would grow lo Many-Pointed Program Advocated By President To In To Cites Threat Of ISSUES WARNING THAT EXPENSES MUST BE Executive Flatly Opposes Any Increased Expenditure For Veterans At This Time And Says Tariff Revision Would Industry And j Dec. the treasury books and hasten tcr President Hoover taxation to 16- with 11 many-pointed to Unless taxes lie the government will run behind by thu end oC next fiscal He not specify the method of. tax revision but suggested It be made effective for only two yea A plan fur a gigantic Reconstruction similar to tlie old war finance headed President's The agency would advance money to needy In his third sage to ho advocated that more funds land federal banks funds arrested In failed a bank Broaden base for paper re- servo banks can Overhaul Avoid commerce laus Allow of Adjust laws to Here Is Hoover's Prosperity Plan By Thp 1'irtn Hoover's gran i aiut tuxes to fissure the stability the of n to make advances to needy Provisions to assets frozen Further treasury subscriptions to ic land of banks t ninke oC reserve to make more of Interstate commerce IWK to belli solve the railway u of to prc out on Page 19) Cecil Noted Dies Ilr The Dec. Cecil 48, prominent toice baritone and died heart nt his home here YOUTHS Wyoming University Stu dents Protest Claim They Were Ur AM dents of of Wyoming have In protest cast hy Dr. A. Cm upon you tlis nnd lie found Jn motor cars tlie ot n school Friday The was called Iiy n vote of to Ki nt n last Dr. Crane refused to for remarks students tn him the couples were find half body the nd Din said the Rone out during nn In- for Order restored by to on his survey before inn of ic Said Crane had told him lie he fully justified In the of those Mending tlie 500 Demonstrators Seeking Way Home Dec. oinu gone nnd n shortage of made difficulties for the retreat of ul employment of 71 trucks and with they the mt before and tlie White had to KO hornu In. Drivers of he had paid the column reached here They immediately drove off. Dec. Kalian minister ami arrived today rom their trip to the text of I lie found on If of my the deficit by Iir so ns to ho budget next 1ms lie been more ban In that for confess o go the limits lie prescribed pit her or will destroy l On 10) BANK'S HOLDUP Descriptions Of Bandits Broadcast And prints Are Dy The XEW 1'IIII-ADELI'JIIA, Dec. 8 clews wore In tlic possession of ns ed n widespread hunt for three men looted tlie Citizens lank ot northwest of of of tho wiio entered 11 gun in n nnd then took their time the were broadcast nnd their fingerprints being Thn trio fled the tint license number of tho cnr hail not been lained nnd their trail was Tlie toot in currency an undetermined amount Hank officials loss was N Clark Tells Oi Parley Held Leaders Hangs Up Receiver When Seeks Final Claims Wisconsin Feared Defeat At Hands Thoroughly disgusted with the actions of Hie owners of the and convinced that the game tentatively for next II h the Wisconsin eleven IH oft nml N. Knyder ot tire Football Corp. ot tbe Packer an a four hour Sunday ou t nme hut Mr. was unable to tho Bay o their minds and play and Owner ess and the entire Packer team re- to Buy utter Sunday's jimn with tho Conch Clark from the man hotel In night for ft definite expression from tho er owner he and Mr. for The sation over the telephone had Just started when says that new hung up on It that I realized onr tentative came for nest Sunday was ott Mr. row Ws been coaching teams lor 10 yen nnd tlie Is the most I have ever The setup bo If we would have won nc Sunday the two teams would be eve nml wo would linve sl the wherever the owners It rot e from extending on of proposals for shipping lo commerce Make having Jurisdiction and fates and Mr. Hoover tlie would deal more fully lit ids budget rowwise lift Array Of Called Itr sarao array who once helped tho state obtain a denth sentence Mrs. Julia licensed 24-year-old drawn OB n second Mrs. pleaded to n of hy ft I romance wita
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.