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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 7, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio Vij e Ather w in i min Tad Tarp i it Xii try Lambie Mem min Irr a my portion site sinus Home edition in vol. 37. To. 116 14 paqe8 Portsmouth Ohio thursday August 7, Imo there aum Nogales swept by floods today just a Little sunlight. The prosperous 16,000. You can to Breed Genius. Important baby coming. By Arthur Brisbane copyright in Emi psf i Al it i a Little sunlight came filter the ten Mali dark business Cicada yester business fail Raa in july carried l0.llfr liabilities than for the aame a Tbs a year a . Abr Nock Market which reflect mens Prosperity opinion waa More re earful., that had been Idle in de Quot i want Back to work half them Hen n Ford. The other 100,000 for by it neral motors truck factory pack a a and other concerns. In one Bacin b s tragedies he lady save to her husband be veil Nail Tous Perdue it tons etes azure. Bich Means done to try to destroy your Fly and Vou Are somebody our she to say that to Ameri in Sines. Its trouble Are largely its own fears. The people s Jobby Quot at i Hington Busy protecting the 120, Busy elsewhere says to . Limn _ a you Are Good at aching questions. Mower these fire for a part one question a a do you think Meri a can be prosperous with i per it the people owning three fifth the wealth and Leas than 16,000 peo setting one eighteenth the banal income etc.?�?T answer to that might add when the 120,000.000 get ready think use their brains and their Tes they will improve their Condi jul. A meanwhile they will contribute to t Hua i that do think hire collation lawyers member Congress ,4 other official to think and work r site. Kui de Wagner son the Tat Richard Baa Paa aed away Eugen is. and litre who be a a a a a is distribution Power that he was a disappointment i will vote City Light p father waa the third attest ii Ria. Ilia Mother Colima Wagner i the daughter the great musician. At. And As a musician Siegfried Ijar amounted to nothing although did write opera and waa a Moder by Good conductor. Jenius apparently Quot just happens. Rile Al chess Tork w Horried a son King George is at ism Castle in Scotland celebrating thirtieth birthday with sir Henry non distinguished obstetrician quart a in the Castle and the Home Secre a. J. R. Clymer the Way there. Quot he Home Secretary must be pres a Royal birth to testify that tithing was in order and that birth was a real one. In could t possibly recognise the it in a year. Finger printing would better but the British Are Eon serv iese Are news items each a thought. Otic r earthquake following r. Hook the italian cities a Mil Tho Rio Nero shattering build causing panic. A a a India a Small band uni Indana held up 15.000 hindus killed several them. The Hon were marching past a Moham Iii mosque annoying the Moham in Britain can always count to divert the hinted from a British hut leg liquor is efficient men drank a genuine pre War we i key a in a new York speak. In guided As a toy shop. One Ped dead at the bar. The other Elt a to the sidewalk and died there. M Ca easy owner la arrested. A a a a a Hirt Coates at Cyrus h. Urtis request names the fifty test composers. R Coates excellent musician a to alphabetical order puts i first. Beethoven second. Beet a should be first although he ii Bach greater than himself be that his name. Bach which n a a Brooks should have been in a Acner comes third although not Council we have project hit Ono allots proponents municipal Power proposition Given favourable report petition received referred to All councilmen acting As one committee. Portsmouth a electorate will be Given the Opportunity to signify their approval rejection the proposed plan to establish a municipal Light Plant Bere. City Council has made it known that All the action necessary to have the matter certified to the Board elections will be taken in time to have the project the ballots at the november election. Council wednesday night took its first action in the matter when it voted to receive and file the petition 1,000 names asking that the proposition be placed before the voters the petition then was referred to Council As a committee the whole mayor Bryan speaking for Council to attorney j. Alden Staker Legal representative the proponents the municipal Light project explained that Council would hold a conference with the leaders the movement and take whatever action necessary to have the proposition placed the ballot t. The petition provides abound the vote be favourable for an electrical Survey buying a site and erection a Plant and erection poles and fights Bull i it inned Page eleven f temperatures to waver i Lormis t Keport a rat in at la a. M. Today High. I year ago today High. 80. Yesterday a maximum a a. In. Today a a to Cloudy a As near a 70 Clear. I .74 rain to a 74 Cloudy .80 a 74 partly 8 a 7 i rain 80. W Cloudy .8�. 74 Clear imm partly 74 partly . H4 Cloudy. 83. 80 Cloudy .88 a Clear a 70 Clear .90 7u Clear .8h a tire. I Tai Clear .84 Clear to a m Cloudy. Of a. I Clear a. 74 Clear .88 Lster Day a High rib Clear int Cloudy Lea partly id. La i Hyork. Or ill Toda if a Low 48 partly 44 Cloudy 44 partly project la to be financed by mortgaged Bonds. Drys preparing for 1932 fight executives anti Saloon league gather notes for election. By Tim aaa related Presa Little 101 it Sable mich., aug. 7.�?executives the anti Saloon league America gathered Here in conference already Are preparing for another wet and dry fight in the 1932 presidential election. The democratic party they concede will then be stronger than it waa in 1928 and the words . F. Scott Mcbride National superintendent the league the chances having a democratic nominee Friendly in prohibition a Are not very gathered yesterday for the opening session their conference in a Little Church almost hidden by Sand dunes the Eastern Shore Lake Michigan the league executives from All Over the u. S. Heard reports predicting few reversals for the cause prohibition in the fall elections. Although those elections Are the immediate concern the league principal alarm was expressed Over the activities within democratic ranks thus far in Advance the next presidential election. To counteract those activities . Mcbride urged accumulation bigger War Chest strengthening state organization and planning a definite offensive against the wets. A i am the opinion Quot . Mcbride said a that the time it Over Ripe to go to the Public with challenging Call and program. A More adequate fund for a More adequate program is demanded if we Are to meet the needs the _ officials take cots in salary Shulte company executives follow example president in move a by Tim assuctu4a Prev new York aug. a. Schulte Aud company operating the a Deon largest Chain tobacco store in the United states have voluntarily accepted Law cuts in salary following the example the president David a. Schulte who will forego compensation for bus services it Learned today. An executive the company said that the reductions in the salaries my executives which average about 33v� Lier cent and a to per cent Cut other general office employees will become effective sept. I awl will continue until business condition warrant an Advance. Store clerks Are not affected it was aah. The executive said that while Sale a a a. Init reused pm rom adv since prices Wen it last year profits have dimly shed. Senorita Cella Monthavan mexican actress volunteered to fight a Bull in a Monterey Mexico ring and wag painfully but not seriously injured. Hrs Rutits chairman id turns reins Republican Post Over to fess and Lucas to handle. My Tim associated press Washington aug. To Claudius h. Huston Tennessee submitted his promised resignation As Republican National chairman to the party a executive committee today and direction the fall Campaign was turned Over to senator fess Ohio Aud Robert h. Lucas Kentucky. Fess a staunch administration supporter was appointed provisional chairman the National committee. It had been announced fees would be made provisional chairman pending a fall meeting the committee to select a permanent chairman. James Francis Burke general counsel said however it had been found the executive committee had full Powers and fess selection would not have to be ratified Tater. Lucas present commissioner internal Revenue was named executive chairman. He will carry the Burden directing the party forces in the approaching Campaign and will resign his Treasury Post soon to devote his entire time to the new Job. Both fess and Lucas were present at the meeting and made Brief addresses. Huston said Bis withdrawal would a give the organization an Opportunity to select a Leader free from the present factional opposition and will permit me without embarrassing others to pursue a course that will insure in the minds the republicans the country my right to their continued esteem and a was heretofore announced Quot Huston said a i have determined to retire As chairman the a publican National committee. A for a life time i have been a member and an Active worker in the Republican party. I Nave never sought office Reward in any form. It was with a desire to promote its Success and that the administration that upon the urging party leaders. I agreed to accept the chairmanship i realized that this course involved Many sacrifices and in order to serve More effectively i withdrew from Active business. A when i became chairman i expected to Bear philosophically the usual Burden criticism and abuse that has come to be recognized a the penalty attaching to High places in american politics. Almost immediately a persistent Campaign prosecution was instituted for the purpose injuring my effectiveness. A tile attack was directed generally against the Republican party and the administration but As chairman i became toe main target abase and a whispering Campaign with its usual accompaniment falsehoods. The Susae Moent evidence establish lied the fact that there was no truth in these charges. A a every accusation made by the Senate Bibby i committee was so completely refuted that its final report to the Senate charged no wrongdoing and the opposing party Ainee that time has found no advantage la parading me further. A no Man in political he Saki a has Ever been subject to More unjust and unwarranted the new alignment the Republican organization leadership West through a forecast Many weeks ago when agitation waa at its height for Huston to step aside. Celebrated divorce Akron . Aug. 7�?-fined $100 a liquor Possession charge. Miss Evelyn James 35. Told judge c. V. D. Emmons the Contra baud liquid was for her can use la celebrating the fact that she had just been granted a divorce. J Ridge Emmons suspended 950 the Fine. Murton Man train victim Durm night lifeless form n. B. Cilium 23, found Short distance from Home had Skull fracture body found in Center track after several trains pass Accident scene. N. B. Gillum 23 King addition East Fullerton was kilted by a c. A Train Early thursday while walking the track not far from his Home. The last hate Friend saw the Young Man alive waa at a Church ser let wednesday night. Gillum died a Skull fracture. He suffered numerous Scalp wound and cuts and bruises All Over the body and several Toca were severed. The Young Man waa knocked Down in the the Trade and it was thought that several trains Pasard Over his body but did not touch it Roy May Kings addition found the body at 6.45 a. In. Thursday while in route bom from Bis work in the ated Riant at now Boston. A fast train shortly after Midnight in thought to Hare kilted cilium. County judge it. Cd. Wheatley Tate a inquest at Tbs scene and returned a verdict Aock team Al tenth reused a c. 4k Train. Tbs body was removed to the Morton Monr a in Fullerton. Surviving an the Parent. Or. And mrs. Newton Gillam four risers Mia. Rebecca Johnson Elliott coun ky., in. Caroline Johnson Lyra. Cd. Mrs. William Adkins King % addition miss Lillie Hium at Horn and oat brother. John Gillum King addition. The father is employed in the Peebles Brick Pleat. Rainfall far below Normal Southern Ohio to inches under usual amount Check shows. By Tbs associated press Columbus aug. 7.�?rainfall throughout Ohio during the four months ending july 31 was 6.7 inches below Normal figures prepared by w. H. Alexander chief the weather Bureau Bere reveal. A deficiency 4.61 from a Normal fall 13.22 was found in the Northern third the state the deficiency in the Central third was 7.57 froth a Normal 14.86, and in the Southern third the shortage was 9.01 inches below the Normal 15.49. The greatest deficiency was in Southern Ohio Alexander explained where the rainfall waa to inches below Normal this area embraces a portion Fayette county a part Clinton county and the greater parts Boas Pike Fairfield Hocking Perry Morgan Washington Muski Ngum counties and a Small part Scioto Jackson Vinton Adams Highland Athens and Pickaway counties. Fau results idama6e sirt against Curtis co. By Tbs a Miosis Ted press Cleveland aug. To a fall to the floor has resulted in the filing a $50,000 damage suit against the Curtis publishing company by Alexander a us. My roes former manager the geteral electric company a Cleveland order service department Vyross alleged that he waa permanently injured when he collided with William m. Springer a circulator for the publishing company a be rounded a Corner in the Union Trust building Arcade and waa a Maent spinning toward the Springer Vyross declared was not watching where he was walking. Former representative char6e0 with hahns str mar Tim susse teas press Washington aug. 7.-Maimel Herrick former representative from Oklahoma was arrested Early yester Day by prohibition agents in St. Mary a county Maryland charge operating a still. Officers who made the raid in the Early morning said Herrick was operating the still at the time Bis arrest. He was taken to Baltimore and placed in jail pending a hear Long. Herrick a Fanner Sod cattle Raiser from the Quot Cherokee 8trip&Quot la Oklahoma waa elected to Congress from the 8th Oklahoma District during the Quot Harding landslide Quot in 1020. He was Defeated for re nomination in a re a but in bus two Yean Here his Ereea trip Alec kept him prominently before be Public. State funds Good Columbus Aug. 7.-governor Cooper today had been Addend by mete auditor Joeeph t. Truer that All Imarn re eats at elate Nett Sutlon sow under centred can be carried through to Ross Detleu without tap Irr Aaseng Tho mates la a Beta condition rainfall soon Washington August 7�?herbert Janvrin Browne Long Range weather forecaster who months ago predicted the present drought and heat spell the strength observances Sun spot changes today prophesied Relief after labor Day. Browne contends the Earth a weather conditions Are governed Lari Tely by the intensity the suns rays. A hib a it i Iii ii unit ii in Atiat it Tiivi Nii Wiitan City ready to Supply water to Allin need Council makes known its stand hearing profiteering complaint charge is slight a a kicks made that High Price charged by those hauling water. There will be no profiteering in City water during this extreme dry season us As the City can control the situation City councilmen said today after reports had reached officials that High prices had been charged those outside the City limits who had water hauled to their Homes. City water is provided at the Sciotoville station for those in the Eastern part the county at the Hilltop station for the Northern Section and seventh Avreet station for Tbs West half the county. A charge $2 is made for water to flu a Cistern but to data thousands water Consumers Hare been supplied without charge. According to acting City manager f. E. Sheehan the profiteering complaint la Doe to persons hauling water making High charges after securing the water Gratis. Several men Are making it a business to haul and sell the water and where the officials learn unusual prices Are charged they will insist these men paying for the water. The officials wish it known that the Day is ready to Supply the surrounding Community with All drinking water that is needed since the residents the Community aided the City during the 1913 flood. _ Husban shoots estranged wife at meeting in Park but a ssh mss re least wire Canton o., aug. 7.�?while More Thau a score persons were lounging walking nearby c. E. Baking ton 41. Shot and family wounded his estranged wife Margaret 42, As they sat a Bench in Mckinley Park Bere last night. Mrs. Babington a shot through the left breast the Bullet just missing her heart. 8he died at mercy Hospital this morning. After pulling the trigger Babington walked away from the Park with a crowd following Bim. Babington was Beld in the Day jail a homicide charge. to be buried saturday bar Tbs associated press Covington a aug. 7�? Bishop Ferdinand Bor Saart 81, retired Bead the Covington Catholic diocese who died last night at by. Ann Convent from pneumonia after a Long illness will be buried in by. Ann cemetery hat Day. He was titular Bishop Zallis. He served As fourth Bishop the local diocese and resigned in 1923 because ill health leap ends life Gallipolis o., aug. 7�?mary Smith Cleveland patient at the Ohio Hospital for epileptics Here today had embed Ber own life by leaping into a Reservoir at the institution. Hanks Breaks former record across nation flier reaches los Angeles after 14 hours and 50 minutes journey after Lindy a Mark Princess poor Fanner will Begum special Santa Monica calif., ask. 7. A i thought the California papers were exaggerating a usual the heat in the East Bat i guess the rascals were right at that what has the poor Fanner done against the almighty and the re publican administration that be should deserve All this if ifs not the heat. Its the deep Snow. It ifs not the drought. Ifs the floods. If ifs not the Bowee tii. Ifs the Tariff. If ifs not the a Nib bugs ifs Federal Reserve. If ifs not Relief be needs Why ifs rain. But there is one peat that be la always free from that a the in a tax yours will Rogers will leave sunday return trip in Effort to beat another record. By Tbs Assoc Litva Frere los Angeles calif., aug. 7-Frank Hawks who began a transcontinental flight from Curtiss Field new York at 5 a. In. Portsmouth time wednesday landed at the municipal Airport Here at 7 50 43 p. In. Portsmouth time. Hawks Sprat 14 hours 50 minutes and 43 seconds Enro Ute and stopped five times to refuel bus plane. Turners Mark surpassed there was no transcontinental Speed flight exactly comparable to the one made wednesday but Hawks clipped 3 hours 52 minutes la seconds off the 18 hours 42 minutes and 54 seconds record Roscoe Turner made a one atop eastward crossing the country last May 27. Hawks besides holding the record for the fastest East West crossing the continent holds the nonstop East West record 19 hours to minutes 82 seconds. Hawks stopped at Columbus 0�?z St. Louis a. Wichita ka., Albuquerque and Kingman aria him last 260 Miles the flight waa made through storms. Dash tires re the Pilot said he was tired and Quot glad to get he arrived several Beers before Anam thus completing the first flight Lentic to the Pacific la full Day Light. He was met at the Field by Turner and bus parents . And mrs. Charles m. Hawks. Hawks proposed to remain Bere several Days adjusting bus motor a 900-horsepower engine and to take off sunday a return flight. He said be will atop at the same cities and hoped to better the 14 hours 45 minutes record made by col. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh easter sunday. The Lindbergh stopped but once Enro Ute to new York. Defense attack company audit claim report made for Eaton in steel merger was wrong and biased. By Tbs a resets Ted pres Youngstown 0�?z aug. 7�?the audit made by Ernst and Ernst company for the the Cyrus 8. Eaton interests which sought to Abow that Youngstown Sheet and tube stockholders were not fairly compensated in the merger with Bethlehem steel waa challenged by defense attorneys in common pleas court today. Resuming the Cross examination Hassell Pelt Ernst and Ernst auditor and witness for the plaintiffs in the suit to enjoin the merger f. H. Wood Bethlehem corporation counsel hinted that the Ernst and Ernst company was biased because connections with com punt is in which Eaton is interested. Tippit testified direct examination that the Bethlehem earnings in 1929 were about $17,000,000 Leas than shown in the audit made by Price waterhouse company which the merger terms were computed. Based comparative earning for 1929. Youngstown stockholders be said should have received 2,148, mkt shares Bethlehem instead the 1,600.000 shares allowed Thorn. Eaton a Young and influential Fancler led a Battle against the merger and though he is not specifically mentioned is a plaintiff be is said to be the guiding influence la the auit to Block the consolidation. who ignore court order Akron a. Aug 7.�?justice the peace John Jocham Springfield township is threatening contempt court sentences for motorists ignoring Bratty printed invitations to appear in by court at a Early Date. Tbs Squire to having the cards banded by his coasts Hies to All Akron Cantori r and driven caught passing other machines the Rigby Quot now these Chape. Instead rec org Talalus authority aet dropping la at the Akron Auto huh and asking what they should Justice Jock in indignantly declares. A live got it in food authority that soot Down a Bere hat passed out the word to simply ignore the ticket. Let pm try it. Many dead As water torrent sheets cities in .1111&Quot confusion prevents accurate Check missing cloudburst reported children torn away a Royal Beauty is miss Janet Viola Ingalls above Loa Angeles calif., and Interlaken n. J. She will reign a a princes Flora Quot in the annual court Queen titania at the forthcoming National baby Parade in Asbury pork n. J. Farm disaster nears billion preparations to extend re Lief to nation already under Way. Both Are to a pm Washington aug. 7.�?preparation to extend Relief to the drought suffering nation went apace today under the direction president Hoover while reports pouring in to government Agene be indicated i possibility damages approaching the billion Dollar Mark unless Rains fall soon. May extend credit with nothing Bat local showers indicated by the weather Bureau for Tbs suffering sections in the immediate future the farm Board waa studying a possibility extending substantial credit to livestock and Cotton Farmers through emergency interpretation the Federal marketing act Secretary Hyde hastening Back from the West planned a conference with Tho president immediately upon his return today. Assurance reached the president from the railroads the drought Are that they would cooperate in any Alana determined up by the administration to get feed and cattle together. Reduction freight rates Hay and feed into the cattle growing areas and possibly free transportation livestock to unaffected grazing lands Are under contemplation but a decision will await the detailed report conditions which the agriculture department waa premised to give . Hoover monday. Farm Beard Active the farm loan Board placed itself record As willing to do All possible to extend credit through the intermediate credit Banks the farm land Banka and joint Stock land Banks. From congressional quarters came Many requests for help and to these has been added the offer senator Robinson Arkansas the democratic Leader to undertake a refund by Congress to the farm Board if the latter would divert All its available funds to drought Relief. Viewing the livestock crisis from a Long time Angle experts fear continuance present conditions would cause breaking present Low prices to new Levels through forced Sale herds resulting in a depletion which in the next few years might cause an acute shortage meat and extreme High prices. Three Cork Tymn thi for murder attendant both Are toted Frere Bucyrus o., aug. 7�?three Ohio Penitentiary convicts were indicted by Crawford county grand jury today charge first degree murder in connection with the fatal wounding june 27 at Ralph Wilcox gallon filling station operator who died wound last sunday. Those indicted were Karl 81tes, 27, Fred Massa 26, and Kenneth Mccartney 24, All Mansfield. O. The youths Are serving 20 year terms in the Penitentiary for a no ult a Mansfield woman who was kidnapped from Ber automobile near Ber borne the same sight that Wilcox a shot Down. Too Short Newark 0-, aug. 7�?four Pittsburgh girls each Shoat 18 years old Wert amazed and taken to Headon flew test night when they entered a restaurant wearing Short. The woman proprietor waa a a shared Quot and. When Abe Law them. They were retested eight feet water flows through streets leveling Adobe houses. Both Are Cut a Frere Nogales aria., aug. 7.�?a score persons were reported dead and 25 missing after a torrent water swept through Nogales and its sister City Nogales Sonora Early today. The body a mexican woman representing the first known dead was washed across the International line at the height the flood. Confusion was so widespread at the Climax the flood that reports missing persons could not be checked. The screams women caught in buildings the lower Arras arose above the Roar the flood water. Both cities were dark a Power lines went out come Caslon. Telephone service stopped. Children missing this morning the chief police Nogales Sonora made his Way to the american Side and said he had received reports at least two Dosen deaths but could not confirm them. He said 25 children had been reported missing in the mexican Day. From three to eight feet water poured through the streets the Border cities apparently from a nearby cloudburst. Don Phillips an american aviator who had been visiting the mexican Side. Managed to reach the american Day and said he had seen several Small children swept away when an Adobe banding collapsed. Exited Citta ens fled to the police station Here and told seeing persons mostly children being swept along by the raging rain Waters. The Nocatee Sonora chief Pollee said the water sweeping through this City had cracked sidewalks uprooted Trees and flattened Adobe buildings. Metal collapses Nogales Sonora botel Adobe construction collapsed. It waa not known How Many Persona were in the building. Physicians and nurses were mobilised the american Side and All space in Bose state Here waa made Reedy. Rescue work was made difficult because darkness and the heavy rain. At four clock the Selea still were pouring Down sheets water and there a no perceptible receding the flood. Several person from the residential Section the american City reported they had seen three baby crib floating Down Morly Avenue but were unable to reach them. They said they Beard the babies crying. Police declared the flood water had struck both cities before rein bad fallen and that Many inhabitants must have been trapped in their Beds. Heed Freni three Mira situated in the neck a Greet bottle Eba Ped Valley the twin cities Felt the sweep flood Waters from three sides. The mexican City to the Moat part la higher ground than its american hairier but its buildings generally Are poorer construction. The population the two towns is 11,000 with Tho mexican Day slightly larger. Only a barbed wire Fence separates the two bomb hearings await decision supreme court will Rule bringing convict to testify in Case. Is Tbs re ast a Frere Han Francisco. Aug. 7�?the supreme court today awaited Tim state prison boards derision data the legality bringing War rep in. Hillings from prison to tiny at Tim bearing his plea for a ten. The question arose yesterday to half sensational testimony by by Cunha. Former Deputy prosecutor that Thomas j. Mooney Alae making a Pardon and Billings were Asem hers a rang Mooney and Billings Are serving life terms upon conviction setting off a bomb at Tho 1016 Baa Francisco preparedness Day Panda which kill Ira Persona. The Coart daring Nee until Faraday also will determine whether to admit a evidence a cd Ocuaman Quot Kaaba said would Pron a gang a charged Mooney Aud Billings a affiliated with punned the bombing and also Woald prove the two convicted men were directly responsible for the outrage. In the midst Cunha a startling tel Almonr Edwin Aicken Ste attorney for Bilings rats Adad bus client be brought from prison time mutely Anil have Opportunity to refute the charge. _ my bul cu1 Columbus. 0.� aug. La. _ he was be injured that he canid rat est when Rineh Tan leasing oms watching a pm tag Sandusky so Tate City Hue Lite a a to damage snit Agata the Orion has american

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