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   Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - June 17, 1931, Portsmouth, Ohio                                Olilo to- :.nd Thursday. Wurtner Thurs- '.'rr -mil in extreme norili and er- west portions tonlglit. HOME EDITION fljTAULISUED 1852. VOL. 38. NO. 74 Auoelnttd Intcrpatlnnal S'twi Called erttt PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1931 36 PAGES PRICE THREE CENTS Today Cheer l.'p, Says Babson. Some Speeches, And Plans. Auotlier Long Sermon. New Car Coming. AK1HUH UIU3BA.M Von will be glnd to hear that W. liabson, who told us, in pci that we were just stepping ou ;bi downward bound, now trade is on the upgrade. He thai we have seeu of our troubles, mid that u ity is coming greater thau v.iik-li ended in the autumn of HOOVER'S TOUR AIDS PARTY IN NEXT CAMPAIGN Politicians Look Al Pilgrim- age As Spreading Of Republicanism. MANY FRIENDS MADE Hoover Dedicates Harding Tomb president agrees wiiu that ile prediction, and Wall cheering up a little yester- iucH-ased hope. 'l.i-u renewed prosperity dues it may come with a rush stir- Lill experience. f" Hoover's speech in lu- on Monday began bis for presumably. rt'-i-n he taid about plans for the ii increase in populalioii "iiif next 'JO years" was Kn.ius well as anybody that lotintry at present is inttresltd -ix or eiKht million people "n ui work, now, rather than the that will be boru lufjr. llutttver. there seems to be no dcf- for six million idle, unU "'Vli.il'.- the next best thing is to uii and carefully for lniveii't come yet. li.v i'l-fsiilcnt would "plan to fyr tlitm (the not arrived I -l.UOO.OUO UL-VV and bet- thousands of new city thousands of factories." b lo be followed by plans !o of railroads, add uf wiles of highways and install electri- ..a grow per cent fiin products-." the President, will plan :u ;d I ur part of that work now. iimv would gladly move from lu new .and better :'..rn-" As for the "new iiurUs, colleges for this i. ii would be appreciuted, if I..-.- built now to biipitfy work. ilir I'li'sidcnl appears to be lit- with the many demand- -ji and says: "1 presume :i Idea is an infection from of the five-year plan, which Russia is strusijllii-J r. ilci-ni herself from 10 years of and misery.1' as readers of history imikTbtaud it, is slriviug to bet self from 500 years of and misery. Misery did not Ju'in Russia with tlic arrival of 11 It existed under Ivan the and those that preceded followed llilll. ilii IviiL! sermon record has truv- ii-i.in Washington, D. C., 'o The Heverend D. tiergymau of WashliiBton. i a President Strengthens Self By Frank Statements In Marion Speech. BY RAYMOND CLAPPER United Press Staff Correspondent AUOATiD PKES1UEXT IIOOVKK'S Sl'KCIAI. TRAIN, cnroutc to Spring- field, 111., June if to draw from a Republican party shrine nuw inspiration for the crltk-.il battle Just ahead, ('resident Hoover set this day jiside to spend in surroundings for- ever identified with Abraham Lincoln and to dedicate the remodeled tomb of the great emancipator. The pilgrimage was regarded by some as synitiolk1 of the 1'rcsldent's public acceptance of facts, for it fol- lowed closely the address at an In- dianapolis chicken dinner where lie made Ills most binding declaration of (he basic Republican (ciiet protect lonisru. f.lttle interested in the petty rival- ries of parly politics during his long years abroad, Mr. Hoover returned to United States to embark on a politi- cal career barely a decade amid some doiiht ns to Ills political affilia- tions. After public speculation ton- tinned some time, it was formnlly announced in 1920 tlint he was a He- puhlican of progressive leanings, and thinifih unsuccessful in obtaining" the presidential Domination then, Mr. Hoover v.as taken into Hie Hording cabinet, against the opposition of some old line Republicans around UimUnc, and more in response to de- mands from business men ami liberal minded loaders. Had Many Knemks Even In 102S, when be was seeking the Hopuhlican presidential nomina- tion, his Republicanism was assailed by some Republicans, among the most vociferous being Gov. L. Kmmorson of Illinois, his host for today, who was then work ins for the nomination for former Governor Frank O. Lriw- den of Illinois. So today, arm in arm. President Hoover and Governor KinmerEon, with bygones ns dead as last year's bird-nests, hoped to spur on Repub- lican sentiment In Illinois--, a work which Decent political statistics ap- pear to" indicate is worthy of strong hearts and hands, for Illinois last full elected a Deruocralie senator, James Hamilton Lewis, by a majority memorial Tliis Associated Press felenhoto shows President Hoover a wreath on tho Wnrreu fi. torn') diiriiir dedication services at Marion, O. Calvin CoolidRp. assisted in tile services. Harding RAILROADS ASK FOR INCREASED FREIGHIJATES Petition Of All Roads Sub- mitted To Interstate Commerce. WOULD YIELD MILLIONS Claim Change Necessary To Gain Fair Return On Investment. Fly The Aminclnlei] WASlll.N'GTON, .Tune roatls of the United Stales today pre- sented lo the interstate commerce commission their in'tltlon for a in per cent increase in freight rated ns n meiins of meeting the emergency caused by the dnistle decline In ojior- ntlng revenues. Last Thursday the executives of eastern, western and southern ronds meeting in New York city, finally de- t-ldnl to request the blanket Increase designed to yirlil annually OOd tu addltioinil cross Income. As evidence of their desire for ns- slstiiucc without undue delny, the car U.S. ENDS RULE OF AL CAPONE ASGANGTCHIEF Dynasty Of Underworld Leader Overthrown After Years Of Hard Labor By Government Prohibition And Special Income Tax Agents. "SCARFACE" PLEADS GUILTY FOR FIRST TIME Attorneys Advise Him Not To Attempt To Refute Huge Pile Of Evidence Amassed; Diligent Task Of Gov- eminent Almost Completed In War. BY VICl'OK HACIvLKB Associated Press Staff Writer CHICAGO, June groups of men, working methodically, iiuict- ly, pouring over bank records, following beer trucks mill clutching at. straws liiive accomplished what all (lie gangs in Chicago the Capone dynasty. Hack of Ihe government's victory msuiiis-t tliu Capones, sensational lie- spite Ilio complcle surrender oC the lender, Alphonse, is u story ot the te- rtious attention to detail, colorless work of many iiionlhs. Notables Gather To Pay Honor DEFENDANTS IN The story of the men who got the evidence. Al" pleaded gullly To The Memory Of Lincoln Reconstructed Tomb Of Gieat Emancipator Redeclicatcd In Springfield. Illinois; President Hoover Only Speaker On Program. little over V2 hours. The Or. A. F. Futterer, 00 years :.j. fuelled a sermon 1U hours long Monday. the Kcv. rutterer lived on juice, nothing else, whereas ilrown ate mutton chops hn-Uen and took lliiuld nourith- his sermon. ...'.-it D. Lasker has established, ni'rfni investigation, the fiwt -t li-iuous, because of their vitamin euiilrihmc enormously to :ind energy. u-poi'ts that Chrysler, the man, has spent .-iiini.' ready "to invade the fit-Id'with" a four cylinder car. revoliitioniiry develop- .v :hi-- time it Hikes courage .u a new automobile, out courage been one of Mr. Chrys- !p .1 of drouth comes from and Canada is a -nfi't-rer. K :sii may increase tlie value o r already stored away, and farm board get a price for i i iniihilioiih. il-at caiiiuit help unfortunate -irii-keu farmers. 1 King I'cat. Syii.. Worshippers Lynch Man On Church Beam n- Itilt-rnnllnnnl News Service '.Xl'-o CITY, June orshlppors today lynched nn (JtriiiMi Coniuiunist for j .M address from -..i i.f UK- church of Sanlana n Morclia. ncc-onling to a re- hen- was si rung t" a i iMIII. iiitii. women and i-hil- part in the lynching, i'urish priest and several ;.i wi'iiirii wore delaine'l by n-. -maling tht Temperatures i-lliVKIl SCHIKRMAVS KK.PORT viiiii-" m U a. m. tniliiy. hiKh I (Continued On PBRC Three) ASK PROBING OF JUDICIAL COUNCIL Claim Association Of Jurists Accepted Contributions Unlawfully. Ity The Amoclnlnl I'reai COLUMBUS, 0. June resolu- tion calling for an investigation of the judicial council of Ohio, nn orga- nization of jurists and barristers which Is now conducting a survey of judicial administration in Ohio, was before the house of representatives today. The resolution, introduced by Hep. K K. Kins Vint on county, charged the council of which Chief Justice C. T. Marshall of the state supreme court is ttc directing hehd has been accepting and soliciting contributions from persons and firms who have litigation before the su- preme court. Qiiestioniii-_' tin! propriety of this situation. King asked for the appoint- ment of a committee of five to in- vestigate the activities of the council and other nancies joined with It in the study of judicial administration. said the council was allowed Sfi.OOO in 1021) and despite a section of law limiting its disbursements to a year and that it is now seek- Inj: a substantial appropriation. According to KInc. funds were s-o- licited for survey in which it is now ciigaped. Tho resolution provides thai the in committee shall file a By K. t'UAMUEKLAIN Unitril I'ress Staff Correspondent Sl'lUNCI-'lKLU, 111., June World notables, foreign diplomats, governors of several slates, stale ex- ecutives and members of the Illinois state leyishuure, joined with Presi- dent Herbert Ihmvur here today in pnying tribute to the memory of Abraham Lincoln. The Occasion was the redt'dicalion of the Emancipator's tomb in Oak Uidye cemetery. The rededlcatiun ceremonies, :it which Mr. Hoover delivered the oii'.y speech, with the exception of an in- troductory address by (.Uivernor L. Einmerson of Illinois, marked UIL' completion of a year's- program tn make the tomb one of the world's outstanding shrines for advocates of liberty. i The tomb has been closed lo the public for months while workmen carried out provisions set out by the Illinois stale legislature, which ap- propriated to beautify it. ritlle Change- Outwardly. In general outward appearance there is little change In the monu- ment since it was dedicated by Presi- dent U. S. Grant in 1S7-1, except that it has been given an air of newness and a terrace bus been created .it the entrance to the tomb, where a bronze head of Lincoln by Ijorghnu, has been placed on a gran- ite pedestal. The greatest, change is. in the in- terior. HCH-L' architectural skill, under the direction of State Architect llorrick Hammond, former president of the American Institute of Architects, IMS combined to fabricate a rotunda con- necting giillurlcs and the sarcophagus chamber. One of the main features; of tin: galleries is nine Lincoln of bronx.e, depicting Lincoln at vari- ous stages of bis career. All are ihe handiwork of internationally famous sculptors. At each of the four corners of the central unit there is one of these slalnelti's, about three feet high, resting on a pedestal in a niche. Diagonally across from each of these is a statuette in a similar niche. Work of (ireat Artisf.s These si at net I es represent tho work of Daniel C. French, Fred Torrey, Leonard Crime! le, Lorado Taft, Adolpli Weinman and the late Au- gustus Saint Giiudens. Saint Gaudens1 is of Ids famous standing Lincoln at the en- trance to Lincoln Park lu Chicago. One of French's statiu-ttes is a .bronze 1'iisthr.r of the original model for his statue In tlic national Lincoln mem- SCHOOL FIGHT FILE DEMURRER County Board Takes Action Against Injunction 'Grant- ed Elected Group. EVIDENCE" SUBMITTED (Contiimcd On NEW ANGLE GIVEN IN G1RLJURDER Evidence Shows That Beau- ty Frequently Used Sleep- ing Potions. The I'n-ci NKW YOKK. .lime Kvi'lr-nce that Starr Kaitlifnll was a constant user of sleeping pulious gave a new OHIO VETERANS PLANJLECTION Parade Before First Presi- dent Since William McKinley. Uy Tlie Abioclntecl COLUMBUS, 0., June marched In review before President Hoover, Ohio's Civil svnr veterans attending the Grand Army of the He- public reunion turned their attention today to the election of officers and the stlecllon of next year's meeting place. D Adams, Cincinnati, was slat- ed' to succeed W. A. Tnlhnt, Cleve- land, as state commander. Cincinnati was fnvorrtl for the next euciimp- incut. President Hoover was the first, chief executive to review an Ohio U. A. H. parade since thj veterans niarciied before William MrKinlcy. Only about half tf the 300 veterans here for the renr ion look part In yesterday's parade. The others, en- feebled and bent with nue. lonUnl on from scats near the re-viewing stand or rode in automobiles. Hearing Held Tuesday On Plea For Writ Of Man- damns, Injunction. Defendants In the injunction suit of the duly elected Whcelersburg school bnard against the county board of education filed a demurrer to the petition in common pleas court Wed- nesday. The suit Involves tl last attempt o fine county hoard ami E. 0. Mc- Cowen. county school superintendent to oust the elected hoard by establish- ing u new Wheolersburg school dis- trict by incorporating a sniail .section of Vernon district within the Wheel- ersbnrg district. Evidence in a suit filed by ICihvurJ J. Hudson, Whcclcrsbnrf: ciiriMMiler to enjoin the Wiieelersburg school hoard from awarding a contract to build ti Kj'iii-niidiloriniii to J. Loren Hobinson was' submitted to Judge Hnssell K. McCurdy In common pleas court Tuesday afternoon. Arguments will be submitted the court in brief. When ousted from office by the county board on a Saturday, the elected hoard filed an Injunclimi suit In common pleas conn, the following Monday. .Indue Itussell K. McCurdy granted (he elected board a temp- orary Injunction, restoring the elected board to power and ousting the hiuid- (ki-d McCowen board. The demurrer filed Wednesday Is the first action of Ihe connly board taken against the injunction suit. Tilt; demurrer merely said that tho petition does not state facts sufficient In constitute a canst.- for action. In a nieinoinndum supposing tlie de- murrer, counsel for the county board cili-s several sections of law and sums rlcrs recommended Unit the commis- sion's Investigation of their applica- tion be of a "limited character" for Iho purpose of delevmlnlng whether the new schedules should bo allowed to liecoinc effective without the !X> day suspension usually ordered when rale revisions are made. Kvon If this procedure Is followed, it is unofficially pointed out. It will probably he early autumn liefnre tho necessary can be completed and n decision reached. Howls Face Tho brief, asserting that the roads were "confronted with nn emergency threatening srrlons impairment of their financial resources and their capacity to assure flic public continu- ance, of efficient nnd adequate serv- said Ihe Increased revenues would yield a yearly railway net opera tint; Income lo less than four per cent on the value of their property. Thn fair return prescribed iy law is per cent, but during ;iie first four months of this year, Ihe application said, tlie "return had [alien lo an annual hasls of -.24 per cent for the class one. carriers. In terday rather than attempt to refute thai pile of evidence. In a single word, repeated two he paid eloquent UlUitb to those evi- dence gathers. Their work resulted In charges that he evaded taxes on a six-year Income of and that he and US others conspired against tho prohibition law at least times. One group of men behind Iho evi- dence has been dubbed the "untinich- aliles." It consists of eight young prohibition agents headed by 117-year- old Eliot Ness. They gained their name because licer money could not buy (hem off. Their activities have ciitnc lu for high praise since the pro- hibition conspiracy Indictment. Pro- hibition Director Woodcock nt Wash- ington has promised an U.vestigiillon and report to commend them public- SIGN CONTRACT FOR SURVEY OF PROPOSED CANAL Cleveland Finn Will Make Report On Prospective Tonnage WILL "HURRY" WORK Men Will Be Put To Work It was per cent. Earnings (Continued On Page Fifteen) BILL ELIMINATED One Measure Fails-And An- other Dies In Hands Of Committee. Ily Thn 1'rin COLUMHUS, June house taxation committee today kill- (Ml one bill and failed lo give suffi- cient votes to report out another, de- signed to lux chain stores in Ohio. The committee killed the measure of Fred Myers (H.) of Toledo which wan modeled after tho Indiana law recently held constitutional by Ihe United States supreme conrl. The bill was killed after it hid failed In ob- tain sufficient votis for a recommen- dation lo the bouse. ruder the Myers bill sliding seiilo of taxation was provided starting at a year for single si ores and reach- ing a maximum "f for each store over opcraled by Tasli Not Sneituuilnr The oilier group, responsible for he two income tax indictments, Imd he less spectacular t.isk or ferreting out the .sources ol gangland incomes. Agents of the Intelligence "nit of the nternal revenue bureau illil its work. A delinquent Income tas return fil- ed by Ualph Cnpone iu I'.Vi? started their InventIgatlot. of gang finance and touched oft the fuse that event- ually lilow most of the Cnpone lead- ers prlsonwnrd. Halph, older lirotlier of the acnrfncea chief nnd a lleuten iiist In the liquor--lee-Rnmlillnt; mi dicntc, {lied n delayed statement In ]027 showing that lie "wed the gov- ernment for Uie years. 1023, 302-J nnd Hl-'ft. He (hen filed nnothcr stnlement saying ho did not have Unit mini hut could compromise with the government by payment of 1.000. The Intelligence null was nskod to Investigate. Agents found that At Various Places Along Route. AnuounceiiiL-nt was made here Wednesday that Curfls Service, Inc., of Clcvehind, had been awarded a contract to make n complete indus- aspect I the investigation ropy of its report with the Justices of the supreme court and the Ohio Slate Har Association. I I I.I H I ill.I I. I I I I I II I II III A. M. 71 Mnxlniuiu i 1'iirily ri.-r.r iw; Clear T'J TJ Ctt-.ir 'Ml -U 1'loiuly Tn Ch.-ir i Partly ins 1 mil I ;is 1'arity IIIDAV.s LOW 1 ss i -Ipnr Clcur Finally Done To TIlp Tlmrs BKVKHIA1 HILLS, Calif., June glad to see Mr. Hoover and Mr. Coolidge finally (after years of go out and dedi- cate the Harding meninrial. Too bad they waited till Ohio looked politically doubtful, and the odd thing about it is that they both owe Ihc-Ir presidency to this man's dealb. If In- bad lived, one would have retired as an ex-cabinet member and the other as just another cv vice president. They ought to have been just standing wailiiiK for it lo be fin- ished in order to do their part for there was certainly nothing to be Ashamed of in being there. Harding was the most human of any of our lute presidents. There was more of the real "every day man" In him. If he had u weakness It was in trusting his friends, and the man that don't do that, then there is .something the matter with him shin nuff. Hetraycd by friendship is not a biid memorial to leave. Yours, Will Rogers her dentil. District Attorney Klviu N. Kdward.- and Stanley Faithfnll Ihe girl's -step- 'nthcr, refusfd to abandon the ninr- ler theory. William i.ind, ii druggist "f West Orange, N. .1., said Starr often purchased blecpini! drauuhls from id in. No prescription is necessary in Now Jersey. The Faillifnlls- formerly lived In West Orance. Airs under Jet tier. New York city toxicnlogist. has Joiind a trace of sleeping pnlion in Miss Fnitlifull's Stanley K. Fiillhfull. admitted Slnrr had uFt'd a sleeping occasional- ly, but claimed It nothing alj- norinal. I'ollce i-oiilitnifd scan-h Indtiy for I'ruce Winston and Jark (Irceuauay. Kdwards desires from them infor- mation as to movements on .Innc -I. tlie day before her disap- pearance. Her body was found in the water off Long Knacli. 1.0112 Island. .Tinii' f-. Sciotoville Tot Attacked By Rooster Attacked by an infuriated rooner, Darlenc Schwnmtierger, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I'hil- lip Si-hwamliergt-i- of HMO Cherry slrc-ct. suffered three long deep scralclics on the legs and had a nar- row from serious injury Tuesday nighr. The child was phiy- Inu in I be yard in ihe rear of her noine when attacked by the fowl. Mrs. Sfbwamlierger who lu-iird the screams of her daughter beat Ihe roofer with a hoe. company. The lil 11 of itepri's ntatlvf Charles Severe Earthquake Hits Tokyo, Japan li> The AnnoHoltd I'rcru TOKYO. June severe carth- ipiake hit Tokyo Ht o'clock to- night, causing tens of thousands nt IKTsons to run Inti. Ihe streets and gardens. The (jiiuke shook down household ornaments but so far as cotilrl he learned iininedlr.trly there wns no fprious damage. {C'ontiiiiiril On' TAVO) DEFIClfSHlS SLIGHT INCREASE Eight Million Dollars Added To Billion Dollar Loss In Treasury. lly The AlmnclnlrH I'rcaH June bil- linii dollar federal deficit Iticrcuscd over today de.--plte early tabnlations nf the second riuarlor in- come tax fiayincnls. The deficit stuod nt as cfiinpiirod with .fl.niil.s-Oii.IMJti on the preceding diiy. The I be close of btislne.-s .lunc! s-lKiwed that tiirly tabulations .brought the second quar- ter Income tax pnymciils lo First day's recepits In the first Oimrter were SKUOO.iXiO. GIVKN n.. June Tlioinas A. Kdisnn, Inventor. received HII honorary ili-grcc of duclor of laws at the t.'th ciminiencenifiit i-f .Mount I'nlnn college ycsti-nlny. A rluss of Sit dcgreff-. .lustus (D) of CidumhtiH, providing a tax of JUT store on clisilns of from oiie to five stores and for chains exceeding five to receive sufficient votes for ii recoininendiillnn. It prob- ably will not considered further during the present session, the com- mittee Indicated. each store In stores failed BANDITS1 VICTIM DIES OF WOUNDS Murder Charge To Be Filed Against Bowman Gang At Higgiusporl. Wounds suffered when hlmt iu a Klin battle with bandits nt Hlgglns- port .Monday afternoon resulted In the death of Louis Kcbcnck, (10, who (Hod Wednesday morning In a Cinrln- nati hospital. Schent-k was shot In the leu by a bullet from an army rifle when he rospondt-d to ui'l n posse. The bone was splintered. Sheriff John Xcu nnd I'ro.secnlor .lohn Houston first degree mur- der charges will he filed against Howard Uiirviniiij. Xfal Howninii nnd l.ylc Cornell, three hnndits cnptiircd after tl'f bank robbery In a running gun fight. Jndgr- Howard llagby lias called a fl.eclnl grand jury tn invrsllRate the had assets far in excess of Ills offer. Hint on the day he submitted the of- fer hi- had on tU-iKwlt in one Chicago Tlio federal Invtsllgiitois leaped in- to n search for further assets of Iho recalcitrant Tlu-y found them worth uiiii Halpli Capone wus tried, convicted and BCR- tenced to three years In prison. Iu working up to the Itnlph Ci case agents found gangland flnam-u to he u complex thing. Evidence- con- cerning other lending gangsters was uncovered. The Imostlgatlou broad- curd to take iu many of these char- acters. The city 11 nd the nation found prosecution for income tax violation to be their most effective weapon ngnlnsl tlie gangsiir. Csipmic Html Siriiject "Sriirfnce Al" was more wnry ttinn nny nf the olhers. He dealt almost en- tirely In currency. His were only'with I lift beat't of various under- orcaniiintlons. the tnsiisnctlnns rarely taking form In He kept no records, no bank iK-count. executed no notes, held no stock openly, had no real estate In bis oivn name. Ulscov- cry of his many aliasei was an ex- tremely difficult task iu Itself. Twenty-five men in the Chicago office assisted hy HIX.TIIlives from other states, spent much of their time for Ho months before United District Attorney ijcwge K. A. .John- son, who had won every gangster in- come tax case said IIP w-is -ready lo go l'i bill." This was only wlinl the govern- ment saiii U was prepared Iri prove. Kstlmates of his actual inronn; were left to thi> press and public. The muss of evidence so great that Capone. after conferences with Ills attorneys that wen- n.-porli-d to have lasted three days, decided for flip first time his life Miy "guilty." trial survey showing the flow ami perspective of foreign ton- nage that nmy hauled over tho propoKed I'ortfeinuulh-tiimuusky bargu canal. Tliis contvact wus awarded nt a meeting of the Great Lakes nnd Olilo Ulverwny iissoclutlou held the Noll House In Columbus TULS- day. It will he complete in every defiill and will be used to shoiv the iiceil of n canal route from Portsmouth lo the Great Lakes. No roiiie has been elected for this lons- canal anil this latest survey will be taken to convince nrmy en- gineers tlrut It Is a more feasible roiile and would handle a greater amount c.f tonnage than any other route proposed. While work will begin at this end a group of other men will start from Ihe Great Lakes, this urrnngcniciu being perfected to complete the sur- vi-v in the quickest possible lime. H. 'J. Curtis, bend of the Curfis Service, Inc. was in Washington Wednesday and conferred with the board of army engineers relative to the new survey, which includes all points between Portsmouth and Kimdusky. Ilobert A. Fisher, vice president ot the Curfls Service, inc., was ill I'uilsmoiith Wednesday anil held JL conference with Vaughn A. Talhott, (Confinupil Ort Thirteen) Boys And Girls! Here Is Another Ot Those Interesting And Educational Coloring Contests; Prizes Are Offered f nc n'riin-n- flu- other nrire will eo tu rortamoutb Times, ['urixmnntb, e you are, boys ami girls! Full Instrnctum will be as P.'M.c. tin. oner B ohte by fol- you recall the intcrestlnp: to how the picture Is lo IIP colored. or Kirl In the .lortsmoutli on which 1 hi- i i i 1.1 i i i i-i i Here color contest The Portsmouth Times conducted a few years njio? At that time tl'" birds that nil boys nnd girls know so well were Iho subjects of the contest. Now The Times Is polng to con- duct another inmost-- this time picture's of all the popular anlmnls will be printed for hoys and girls of Portsmouth and vicinity to color. The firsf contest pii-lurc will apjionr nr-xt Sunday in The Titans. This picture will be of a mole. And with the will hi- story of the mole by Col. Pol A. Klephan, general manngi-r of Ihe Cincliiiintl zoo. Tbtrc nre sonic SO of these nnlmnls to be colored and by the time the contest conii-s lo nn end every youngster In the Portsmouth district will know .'ill about animals. Prizes will be given each week of coloring sets. Onu prlv.e will go to tlic Portsmouth. New nr Sclotnville boy or girl who sends In tho best colored outride of the city who sends in the bent specimen. The following rules must be fol- lowed r.ntrunih In tbi; contest muM not be more than K{ years old. With their colored drawing they nin.st submit Iht-lr nume, address, nge and school. All work must he done by the cliililrt'ii themselves. All drawing must IK? fent to the Color Contest Kdltor, The pirturc Is prlnlril. At Hie conclusion of I he contest five inajur prizes, efiiislstlni: of beautiful and complete colorin? outfits will be awarded Hit hoyh and Kirls whoso work IB outstand- ing tliroujsliout the contest. Iu Thursday's editions of Tbe Portsmouth Times hoys nnd girls will learn where they may fee col- ored f.lctnro.- -if the nnlmals In tlie contest. Watch for Thursday's Times. FALL HAS LITTLE HOPE FOR MERCY Statements Made By Presi- dent Indicate He Will Not Intervene. Ily AHOrlHtrd WASHINGTON. ,lunc i. Full, apparently bad no hope for cU-miMicy today UK 11 result if the remarks of President Hoover In dedicating tbe Hurdlnt Memorial at Marion. Ohio. The former secretary of the inter nr in Ihe Harding cabinet wns In dlreclly referred to Mr. Hoover vho praised Wnrren Ci. Harding nnd denounced those who betrnyod him. Vail at El I'nso. Texng, awaitIni; physical examination to determine- whether he is able to serve a yew In prison for his conviction of receiving a bribe from Edwnrd L. Ooiieny, wealthy oil mart, .tn the lean- ing of government oil lands. He alnn wns fined His efforts to 1 tvp his conviction not aside failed when' the supreme court refused to review his (Continued On I'ugo Fifteen) "NOfHiLTf' IS TRIALVERDICT Polilnian Acquitted Of Ke- ceiving Stolen Property Despite Admissions. A jurv 111 common pleas court rtjoiii. Tncsiliiy aitcrnoon, lifter IK! mliniles acquitted George I'olilm.'in fin charge.-' of receiving and concealing pioperty. Tin- state charged I'ohlman sold rigai-i-ts whii-h wuv stolen by Wiley Negro, from Virginia Sup- ply Co.. Uiiiinoiid pleaded guilty to Hie t lu-fl and was sent t; prison. Kvldeinv showed that Diamond, through Itaifort nnd Jnmea WilMjn, Negioc-j, procured 1'ohlmnn lo st-ll the cigarcts I'ollce said Pobl- admitted selling tbe cigarcts but claimed he did not know they wen; stolen. The case IB very unusual in that fact tlint liugar nnd Wilson, charged with aiding and abetting 'oblinan to receive and conceal the toli'ii gocds were fovnu! by the At their trial, the court sniff t IK vinusim) to prosecute nidors and ibettors when the principal not irosfcuted. Ulnmotid, Wilson nnd giir were Indicted and Voblinan's case wns ignored hy the grand jury, which resulted in u conflict between (Continued On rage Fifteen) LET US SEND The Times TO YOU WHILE VACATION Phone 2900   

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