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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The. Weather i a to Kentucky and wait Vir fair and continued warn Lay monday local Thunder fim Sun Aho Quot 1�?T a ii Orfe Mcruth Landau stunts Start store it is my Loo late to Dart faint my Aerial done to Oro look mini Al Tiara. Vol. 12. No. Of 28 pages Portsmouth Ohio 8unday, August 3, 1930 ii Ken tick a Ward contract for n. And w. Passenger station i p. Pettyjohn nos big Job in North end Ork Structure proper will Start at once officials declare lady accused d i Quot 31 three local bidders five Days required to canvass bids for million Dollar improvement. Portsmouth s $1,000,000 passenger station to be erected by the Norfolk i Western railway will be built by the j. P. Pettyjohn co. Of Linchpin. They were awarded t in contract saturday according to Wor i received from officials the n. It a. N Roanoke. Bids opened monday the bids were opened last Mil it required five Days to Canvas hem. Among the bidders were three Portsmouth firms w. Linn co.i-1 a traction company Mccabe a Proctor j Tad Cap Pelczar construction com j any. Mccabe a Proctor put Down he foundation for the new station my the structural Iron work Thieu Nis completed several weeks ago was Lone by the Virginia Bridge and Iron j unum by Roanoke. Will Hustle work officials the n. A. Stated in a Light Tim work the station prop re mild Lee started at once Aud would it rushed to completion As rapidly i . The j. P. Pettyjohn company arc Wilding the new overhead crowing it sixteenth and Chillicothe Street. This firm has for Nauy years looked after much the construction work if the n. A Vav. The station proper Xiii let a three stories in height with in Center Section five stories. Buff Riek Nill is used to lie trimmed Altu Olio Worth Bedford Stone. One finest the passenger station when Comdr will is one the finest Long in n. 4. . System. The first floor till contain a it by 30 waiting room a i t room locker for trainmen allies waiting room smoking rooms my baggage rooms. The second floor vill to devoted to offices. The Power a hint will lie located in n separate infilling near the depot. The express purines will also la carried in a a a Carat unit. Lady Owen. French actress and widow sir Theodore Charles Owen is accused shooting the wife . Gastaud French surgeon. Lady Owen made the acquaintance . Oas thud Nti out a year ago. Decently Atter an interview with him she is alleges to have gone to the doctor s Home and shot his wife four times with a revolver hidden in her Scarf one thousand men fight Forest fires in West la the a a a a elated tree Spokane Wash. Aug. 2�?fire finding Crews numbering 1,000 men t a i ii it gained the Lipper hand in flailing Forest East Washington weal Mont a a and North Idaho checking All except one. Near Lone Wash., a conflagration a wiring 3tm> acres state Timber a a rend steadily North driving sixth former Huck. The 2. >00 acre Mutten Creek fire Iii the Cabinet Reserve Montana Hack before 375 men. A resters Missoula reported a and plows were Leing used to Chirk the fire near there. The set was Forest fire 1300 acres near . Idaho was to it Piug conquered by 230 fighters. Temperatures Back to too Mark in mid West ii the avio Ruurd press Kansas City aug. 2�?tempeni-i it j,.>cd up past hat in the Softli a get Imlay while Strong winds fanned a i Quot parched agricultural auctions Quot in ii have had Little appreciable ii. Inure in More than a month. A it 11 Ilia Kansas Reju sorted a temper Atar i i this afternoon with hot Tets sweeping out the South. Hit Burg Kansas had a Reading by. And Ivy aka reported pm degrees. Tas sheltered with temperatures from too at Dallas to Ioc a i Cana und Oklahoma fared a arly with Tulsa reporting 193 n the Mercury was the upgrade Oklahoma City too. Reenland to refuse fliers authorities declare they ill not let Young germans land. A the associated Prem d Tenhagen. Aug. 2�? rumours i current Here today that the ii Trail Atlantic filers Wolfram my i War Weller who Are eur to America Aud reached Lee Ste Day would tie refused to a try the Greenland and nos i to land output territory. A Elaml in the next scheduled the Young airmen Iii their Ingle motored monoplane. The Nill officials Are said to Conli attempt a sat Del luf their Rel tire inexperience. Rider rep res. In i refusal the a Mug i intend to Fly direct to Laih. Their air plane can carry a lire for the n jump. Who inmate they could make in 23 Many injured in police Cush a a a a a India nationalists renew violence and Rush fort area. H the a a Laird pre Bombay India. Aug. 2�?while Congress leaders were pret Turing to dim Tim possible Pence with Viceroy lord Irwin following conferences wit it Mahatma Gandhi the civil Dos Olied Leuce movement again today assumed no aspect violence when volunteers attempted to invade Bombay s forbidden fort area. One serious consequence the raid und tile Jim Rico activity aside from the injury from St to 300 natives according to the source the estimate was the arrest Valls him i Patel acting president the a Indin National Congress Pandit Malaviya president the Congress working committee mid four other lenders. Their trial adjourned until monday it was feared by officials might Lead to still further rioting Tho demonstration was in commemoration Hie anniversary the death r. G. Tilka. N nationalist Leader who died ten years ago. The parades Many hundreds in numbers were refused admittance to the business Section known As the Quot fort they seated themselves and soon after Dawn when they had remained in the Road through a terrific storm with police standing Over them made a determined move Forward. The police held them Hack with their Sticks Ami reported 30 injured hut the nationalist leaders sub 300 were lieu ten. The trial Batel and the others was started soon after the clash. It was baited by a squabble Over the Point whether Hie Pollee warning to disperse was an order. Making no Progress along tills line the Coart ordered an adjournment until monday and the prisoners were held to jail. Derm hts h drought May Meah lard Scarcity by Hext year by the pres Chicago. Atte. 2.�?acute Scarcity lard is threatened As a result the nation wide drought menacing the Corn crop. Ii. B. Godfrey a provision Trade authority said today Quot the disaster which has overtaken the Corn crop has a direct and very Strong influence the lard Market. Farmers will not Breed late full Alai Spring pigs if there is a famine feeding material the farm that appears to he the exact Aii ution now. Train Ani lit by Aga. Portugal ans. 2�?five a it him were killed and Ira tonight in a collision tween an sex pres train and an Auto by at a a a Roo ins Amir Here. The sex pre. In mud for Al n. A travelling a 30 mile an Bour when it crawled i ufos the bus a the to. Tim. Were in the Auto by the Driver was kitted instantly. World fliers will hop at Dawn sunday Mears and partner to leave longest stretch Globe flight weather is perfect Hope to Cut Graf Mark to 15 Days coing Good at present. By Tim Ahlum press Harbor Grace n. F., aug. 2�? John Henry Mears who twice in a comparatively Short life time has broken t. E round world time record Only to see it again shattered was poised Here tonight for the longest hop his latest Effort. I in Miles across the North Atlantic from this Airport to the Baldonnel Ai drome at Dublin Ireland. Meurs dropped out the s at 1 33 p. Rn., today in his red Aud Silver monoplane tile City new York after a speedy flight from Roosevelt Field n. Y., in the unusually Good time 8 hours and to minutes. The distance was 1,130 Miles. Had Tho passengers with him were two passengers Henry j. Brown 31-year-old air mad idiot who acquitted himself perfectly in his first Long Over water test and Tailwind ii a terrier and the gift to mrs Mears from Mary Richford. Of All goes Well and there was every Prospect tonight that weather tomorrow would lie As near to Ideal As possible Over tile dead stretch let the fog shrouded North Atlantic which they must next negotiate the fliers Hope to tie off it Dawn. Hope for new record world s record for the circumferential journey they have undertaken i 21 Days 8 hours and 2 1 minutes and it belongs to the Graf Zeppelin which made tile Mark last year. Mears Aud Brown Hope to Cut it to 15 Days. The Trifil Craft circled Over this City twee before it came gracefully to a perfect land tug. The two men boxed for newspaper and other pm it it tour uppers and Tea turned their at Teu Pion to the important business tuning up the plane for its test tomorrow. Mears set a worlds record Iii 1913 by girding the Globe in 33 Days. 21 hours and 30 minutes. Tagalu in res. He made a new Mark 23 Days 15 hours 21 minutes and three seconds. On that trip he was accompanied by c. B. D. Colly . The men used an air plane to Cross Euroia a Ami Asia hut steamers the oceans. R-1 Crew to Start repairs British dirigible officers decide not to use u. S. Facilities. By the am lated tres it. Hubert Airport. Que., aug. 2.�?determined to make their own re Mieirs without resorting to the use the United states naval hangar at Lakehurst n. J., the Crew he British dirigible r-100 today began the work Patching the air Monarch s damaged Fin. Unable to use ladders because the air currents which move the giant ship around despite her ground cables and Mast Anchor Tho Crew is faced with a most painstaking task. Meanwhile refuelling operations were continued and officers estimated that the Fin redial is would be completed and the ship ready to sail aloft again within three Days. The r-100 will visit several Canadian cities before she starts her return trip to Cardington. England. New York plane forced to land dead motor ends endurance flight after 313 hours aloft. By Tim a a metalled pre Roosevelt Field n. Y., aug. 2�?the red endurance monoplane piloted by Bob Black and i Belchers was forced Down at 0 05 p. In. The pilots said the motor went dead. The shit it i tided in a rough Field near the Hallsburg Golf club a half mile South the Airport. The ate the plane was Bent in Landing hut neither Pilot was Hart. They had been aloft 313v hours in a quest for the refuelling endurance record Beld by the Hunter brother Chicago Black Abl the no Dor suddenly went dead and they were unable to get it started before they were forced Down. Convict hunh Tal Mead Chicago. Aug 2�?ih. Amante a Togetti former Bead Rongetti i re Ber Hospital Here wami let trl tonight a charge Man la it tiler in in Ssell it a with the death three tear ago Iii Larrett Enders by illegal operation. in Mimi wine in jail by the associated frees Turon Kansas aug. 2.�?it getting it is unsafe to leave even a jail door open. Constable Frank Verbeeck was puzzled to find a shiny padlock the door Turon # jail. Elsewhere this circumstance would not arouse suspicions but in Turon there is Seldom a prisoner and the jail is left wide open for months at a time. Unable to learn Why the door a locked the Constable broke in. He found 60 Gallons wine in the making. Iii Isi it Ditth ii stir ii to Titi ii Hiis ii it aha Niia is ii Siisi launch Battle against aliens prohibition department plans to Deport foreign Law violators. By the associated Presa Washington aug. 2.�?a Campaign against alien violators the prohibition statues and the invocation the Jones Law to bring about felony convictions and deportation hold a major place in the program the organized enforcement Bureau. The plan fits in smoothly with the general policy concentrating upon the big operators in an Effort to shut off the Supply intoxicating beverage at its source. Although reluctant to estimate the proportion immigrant offenders the directing officers the War illicit liquor Are firmly the opinion that aliens provide the leadership and the rank and file As Well a majority the big rum running gangs. In proof this Contention they Point to Chicago and other cities in which a foreign element controls the activities the underworld. Nan deportations the possibilities the Jones Law in bringing shout deportations were pointed out by president Biol id when the measure was approved by Congress and were cited then is his principal reason for signing the Bill. Since that time however they have been largely overshadowed in prohibition discussions by the heavy penalties provided. The Law makes a distinction Between minor Aud major felonious violations the dry statutes which carry a maximum punishment five years imprisonment and $10,000 Fine. An alien convicted a felony la deported at the conclusion his prison term. To obtain convictions this magnitude the Bureau is relying largely upon a staff 200 specially trained super agent responsible Only to the authorities Here. They Are charged with ferreting ont the wholesale liquor conspiracies involving territory which overlaps the administrative enforcement District. Investigator Well schooled the investigators Are men who have risen from the ranks the prohibition staff Are thoroughly experienced in their work and schooled in gathering evidence in such a manner As to facilitate the work the District attorneys in prosecuting cases in court. The 200 investigator Are divided into 12 groups one for each administrative District the Leader each group a in Washington this week conferring with Amos w. W. Woodcock the new director prohibition a a part his series conferences with the Field directors tile enforcement personnel. Few Register for primaries about 600 take advantage two Days absent voting Light. Registration was extremely Light As was expected during the two Days allowed for Scioto comity voters who have become age since the last registration those who have changed addresses. About 300 voters Reg stored at the polls Friday Aud ate proximately the same Numier registered saturday Clark the Board elections e. C. Hood and assistant Thomas Kilcoyne Hopoi Ted saturday night. A Complete Check tile registration will not he made until monday. The election officials stated that Only 12 voters have taken advantage the absent voters ballot and have cast their votes in the primaries. Most the registrations according to the officials were people who have changed their addresses since the last election. The primaries will be held Angust 12. $2,000,000 needed to Ruh Ohio Oum july Columbine o., aug. 2.�?the bal ame the general Revenue and operating funds the state government decreased almost $2.9110.000 daring the month july recording to the report issued today by h. Roes Ake stat treasurer. At the beginning the month Testate had a balance i23j23s.klt.2n. A Imi july is bad a balance us 331.37.43. Receipts for the month were 1.86. And expenditures a $12.1 cd .240.71. The Wor men s Moi a a a a fund had a hoi secs $51.413.523 que at to j had the i Sod the state Tea hers ret i re in St fund had a a la Ace 4 in. I Huna amp rat. Identify two women found shot to death husband one arrested for questioning by Cleveland police deaths a mystery police search for a Man in cases whose name they have withheld. By to associated press Cleveland aug. 2.�?one two murdered women whose indies were found in this part the state in the past 24 hours was identified today As mrs. Christina Lorenzo Colletto 18, Cleveland a Bride one month. Her body was found a few hours earlier beside a lonely Road near Berea. She had been shot to Seath. Other woman identified the body the other woman also a shooting victim found yesterday in in oat. Field near Wadsworth late today was identified by her Mother As a Rappina Dolly Kos Iosel to who left Home last monday returned Aud again departed thursday leaving a note saying Quot goodbye everybody i am going it was signed Quot Dolly and Lillian Quot the latter is her 2-Yeur-old baby who was found abandoned at the Home . And mrs. Harry Munch in Wadsworth the same Day As the Mother was slain. An unidentified Mun also appeared at the Wadsworth morgue and made the same identification hut officials did not learn his name they said. Be Riff l. L. Huffington Medina county was in Akron tonight searching for Quot a limn in the Case Quot whose name he declined to divulge. Tile i in by was taken to see the Algin girls Mother and it was arranged to have the Kolo set family take her to their Homo from the Mench Home tomorrow. Question woman s husband shortly after mrs. Colletto was identified by a Bister police took the husband the slain woman. Tony Colletto 21. To police Headquarters for questioning. He said he had last seen his wife at 8 p. In. Last night in company with a girl whom be did not know. Police found a .38 calibre and a .32 calibre revolver in Colletto a Home. His wife was shot to death by steel jacketed bullets from a .32 calibre weapon. The colletts had been living apart since the Day they were Murrll i Kielce were told hut they had Lieen supposedly Friendly. Both them mailed Iii the Mayfield Road District a Section where Lieut leg feud murders ure frequent. Connected with feud Tony Colletto is a Nephew Charles Colletto who was questioned and released recently in connection with the murders three weeks ago Joe porello Corn sugar Baron and Ham to Llorea Bis lieutenant. Joe porello a brother. James Vincente also was shot to death Here a week ago. Liner fils Narrison gets away cruise jer8ey City n. J., aug. 2�? the president Harrison the toll hues sailed at noon today with 39 passengers a world cruise after a delay two Days caused by a fire which swept the hold the vessel As she was about to sail thursday. Havana is the first port Call. Jackson and owe pass 300 hour Mark both associated press a it. Lou1h, aug. 2.�?dale Jackson Aud Forest brine had rounded out 300 boars sustained flight at 7 11 i rn., tonight in their attempt to regain the refuelling a endurance record. Polk Elrod state building no communist demonstrations take place in hearings bombings. Both associated press Sacramento �?Ta1. Aug. 2�?police guarded the Capitol today to prevent communist demonstrations while John Macdonald Baltimore Wailer told governor c. C. Young his original testimony in the Mooney will ii lion plug Case at hit to Francisco a Quot All hts in guard and City j4he Well placed around the building when it was reported a Quot number Romm Nii Tats Quot were in route from Man Francisco. No demoted re mom recurred Bitt sit entrances nit urn in Ere kept baked Oldie Mac i by told in a Quot i error Ami the advisory Par. Iou Taal re Iii the acute chamber in bad Fata Ety Manti fled Thomas j. Met Hwy and Warren k. Iii i lines As he bombers id the 1918 Nan Frau rate pret reduce Day Parade. Dirigible reaches goal a mighty cheer went up f rom hundreds spectators As the big dirigible r-100 waa safely moored to the St. Hubert mooring Tower 78 hours and 03 minutes after she had left her Home i Wise at Cardington England. Commander Booth kept the dirigible going in circles about the Field from 2 30 a. In. Until 8 28 waiting for Light Day before joining her to the huge $600,000 Mast. Nev election Lav functions without flaw contests wage hot in some districts but fail to draw vote editor causes strange silence Many women by the associated press Elpaso Texas a. 2.�?more than a score Elpaso women were strangely silent today. They took a a Challenge the editor the 12 paso Herald Henry Ansley who in a unguarded moment wrote in his column an offer to bet no woman in the City could go ten hours without saying a word. Fourteen tables Bridge were in Progress in answer to the editors Wager that no four women could play Bridge two hours without talking. Other women were quite vocal�?113 ordered the paper stopped is the result Ansley remarks. The editor said today that in writing a bout women s talking proclivities be was Quot talking when i ought to have been brigands plan to hold boat report says reds to Block River and Block u. S. Gunboat Palos. By the associated press Washington aug 2�?plans Chinmu nihed to Block the Slang River and thus Force the United St Ute gunboat Palos to remain Iii the upper reaches the Stream in the Vicinity Changsha were reported today to the Navy department. The gunboat Laden with americans evacuated from the City Ihm week w Hen it was destroyed by communists and Bandit hordes relayed tile report to the Yang Ste River patrol which in turn it to the Navy. The message said Quot reported water fulls attempt will in made to Block River five Miles Down Stream by Granite loaded another communication said Quot unreliable Quot reports told the execution 20 Rich chinese three Miles East the City where 1,099 communists were Supin ated to be assembled. It added there apparently were no communists in Changsha exc it a Small detachment at the Northern end. Glenn Curtiss leaves estate to widow and son by Tim Ash sofa press Miami Fla. An. 2�?the will Glenn ii Curtiss Pioneer aviator bequeathed what to believed to be the bulk his estate equally to bus widow and son Glen la. Or. 18, it was Learned when the instrument was filed for probate Here today . Curtiss died in Buffalo n. Y., july 23. Or. Curtiss and the american ext Bange Irving Trust company new York were named jointly As executors and trustees. No estimate waa available As to the value the Balate. May Duft Ledrut to St it new in Cage. Aug. 2.�?confusion Over the Metily two babies Baru june in at Englewood Hospital got official recognition from the Chicago hew i society today a Enra Arttie Tim society waa appointed to draft legislation in i mime g Standard eight killed in train wreck freight trains collide head id Arkansas engines and cars wrecked by the associated fro Mcneil ark., aug 2.�?eight men were killed in the head collision two freight trains the St. Logia southwestern railway company a Cun t the main line Here today. The dead were h. W. Jennings Engineer b. While fireman and b. L. Mckensie brakeman the northbound train and Al e. Simpson Engineer and t. K. Hilham fireman the southbound train and two unidentified White men and a negro. The unidentified White men and the negro were Quot Riding the when the trains collided Railroad officials snit. Bet sen 69 and 09 Box cars were derailed and the two engines were demolished. The Ranee the Accident was not determined immediately but it was Uno. Kids 11.v reported that one the trainmen overran his orders. Jennings White and Mckenzie were killed instantly while Simpson and Hilham died while being taken to a Hospital. Add two states fund probe Alabama and new Jersey to be quizzed about Campaign funds. Sith associated pres Washington aug. 2�?new Jersey and a Iii in in today were added to the lat states in which the Senate Campaign funds committee probably Wilt formally investigate Tho expenditures senatorial candidates. Can intern n be the committee in making piddle his plans for continuance hearings the Lyun Sylvani Campaign Here next tuesday maid sufficient complaints bad been received from new Jersey and Alii in my to indicate some inquiry would have to to made. In addition lie said be had received several complaints from North Carolina. And had been advised by Telegraph that a detailed complaint was timing forwarded Bim from Colorado. The nature these complaints Ami the identity their not Hora was not revealed by the senator. Twenty eight witnesses have been called to Apiner at the bearings the Pennsylvania situation which Nye homies to conclude by wednesday Boob. Monongahela Forest fue b West my fares Elkins w. Va., aug. 2-flra that raped la the Monongahela Bat local Forest for Mort than a wed Verua under control for the accent time today Aud All hut 80 the Sho men brought la to fight the mate returned to their Hourt. The fir waa believed under control thursday but broke out with renewed fury yesterday. Railroad Ahkai it Duck Duluth. Mina., aug. 2-William a. My Louagie. Aped cd lae deut the i ail nth. Allsta Ani norther Railroad and acting head the death and Iron Range Railroad Ane lath and Iron in agr Railroad and report no disorder five districts hold no election As they were with. Out contest. By to associated pro Louisville ky., a. 2.�?tot-tag today la Keats Ekys a primary election in which Only ail the states it districts participated waa unusually Light Leas than half the registered voter in the six districts going to Tho polls to express their preferences Fop the rations congressional candidate. The new election Law functioned smoothly and no disorders were reported. The new Law provides that the ballots not be counted until the next week Day after the election. Tonight the ballot boxes were locked and taken to Tho county courthouses where they Wilt he guarded until monday when county election boards will begin tabulating the votes. Few contests there were no party contest in the first five taste districts eliminating the necessity for a primary. In Tbs Rig Eastern Kentucky districts where Tho primary was held. There were no outstanding issues the contests being waged primarily local . Mrs. Marie Hailer opposing representative j. Lincoln Newhall in Tho sixth District is avowed wet. Kentucky other two women candidates for Congress. Both Republican campaigned a Drys they Are congresswoman Katherine Langley. Tenth District and mrs. Minerva Allen opposing representative Robert Blackburn in the eleventh District. Predicted heavy voting in the eleventh District Republican primary and the ninth District democratic primary failed to materialise despite spirited campaigns. Judge William Lewis and up a imitative Charles Finley Wert Tho leading candidates in the eleventh District Republican primary and William j. Fields former governor and former congressman and Fred m. Tendon Ems Croasman ousted in the Hoover landslide. Were the principal democratic candidates in the ninth. Rating Light Hie same apathy was in evidence in theolite District democratic primary in which former congressman Ralph Gilbert. Is attempting to return to Congreve after his defeat in Hoover landslide. And in the Keren the District democratic Case in which former Congress Man Virgil Ola pm a la attempting a similar comeback. Interest in other primary races was slight also. Senator John m. Robison. Republican candidate for both Short and Long terms to succeed himself a unopposed la the primary. Nor were a past court judge m. I. Logan. Democratic candidate for the Long term Ben Williamson. Crippled children a commission chairman. Democratic candidate for Tho Short term. Opposed. According to word from Greenup and Vanceburg last night Tbs rot la Greenup and trawls comity was Light appear Cully Little interest being shown la the primary. Knights pythias open meeting at Cedar Point by the associated Trees Sandusky 0�?z aug. 2-Metnhert the uniform rank knights path. Las were arriving Bere tonight from All parts the United states for Tho opening tomorrow the National Encampment the organization it me Dar Point. Dedication the Camp will occur monday afternoon with governor Myers y. Cooper his representative welcoming the pm thus Ohio. Convention officials expect 1.800 Mcm Liora to attend. Former president Mexico claims Bride by the anew i toss Mexico City. Ang. 2.�?general plus Rcd Elias Callet former president Mexico and miss Leonor Llorente pretty 25-year-old voice student wars married at 2 clock this afternoon Hith former presidents Bauta Barbara ranch near Here. 33rrrestsin gambling Ruid Den near times. Square Falls before police 5,000 see event melting Wotan a Lidren at iou j figure Ari at a i potato. I Bros today. New York aug. 2.�?thirtythrea men were arrested today in g pol Lea raid a alleged Gamb tag Hull Tai Tho times a us re auction. Mitt Colima Ted that my piranhas Altuna de the raid. The raid wan Amar a after the piece had tars bps so a in rata Sam

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