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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio Pm in by Quot we if Eather w Rod for Ottav to is sch Imp a she Portem Mitler stats. Home edition in Voi. Zimo 111 34 Page . Ohio. Pridat. Aroi it ism Thutt cd mob hangs two in Indiana today real drought i Here. Stock Price sprout. They demand work. Czar debts bad debts. By Arthur Brisbane copyright. Tihoi he fat Bra a a a. President Hoover warned i a Secretary Hyde that the excessive drought is a menace to crops and Farmers has Given orders that every Effort be made to relieve the distress a a a curiously the news of the drought stimulates better Wall Street prices. One Many a Poison is Mother Many a meat. A a a if the drought kills Grain there wont be so ranch wheat prices dust go up. Prices of stocks depend largely on Grain prices. That reasoning is not comforting to Farmers. Of they have a Good crop they cant get anything for it. If they Iven t wheat they could get Quot r Price for wheat they Haven to got. A a a in Ohio too Farmers crops mined cows giving no milk for Lack of Pra went in a body to demand work at Road building. As Tipiere were a Hundred of them the work was those Appling i. Davtd Paliy bad been refused. A a some Quot Best minds will say a that seems like socialism bullying officials is a a a hut hey done to protest when rail roads say to the interstate Commerce commission a we Are not making enough Money. We need higher rate its a they got tile higher rates. Aud when manufacturers Are not satisfied with earnings they go to the Tariff tinkerers saying a we Are not making Murph Money we need higher rates a the it get higher rates. But a Farmer or any other Man demanding a Chance to work. Seems menace. That a democratic gov in Ait. A a a a of a v Siau says us ubi a will not pay the Czar s debts and there is no r Ca on who Bassia should pay them. This ought to be the last country to in it i t on payment. We Are supposed not to believe in czars. Of King George had issued Bonds Quot title e United states before we got rid of him we should not have pull i lain. To ii j is i Lect today s rulers in to it. Wiy debts of a Man that spent Loim ending them to Siberia or a ii it them beaten with the Knout a a i \ pleasant news from China. Banking dispatches Tell of a British v mi1, wife of a British official attn kid while asleep by a chinese Boltin r Ami Eli Ectyl to die of Bayonet wounds. Shii Nighal sends stories of torture still i thi r outrages inflicted on women Ini Lenaries. Five known dead thirteen missing in flood Soo homeless by deluge i Border towns storm Cycle moves on into scorched California farm regions rain hampers Rescue big shoe sail in l l Kien province bandits ii Najid a woman missionary Cut off one id Bor fingers and sent it to authorities demanding $150,, threatening to Send other fingers if tin Money was not paid. A a a Bax i Belasco obliges or. Cur ii by picking the a a to greatest victors of and 11 and Many of them Are i living. George Btl. Cohan. 52 Mari Anderson "1 Minnie Madden ii i. I m Maude Adams 5s Julia Marlowe til. Tile Ages Are supplied by or he boo but those that have a a to Anil tin ladles can testify that at least 20 years should have Hita Kly ii from each. A a thu fact 18 that we have Hahm ipg actor and actresses but by cheats actors and actress. A. Bel. Born in Switzerland Daugh of t a jewish peddle possessed Usu Hilt could not Lee extracted 1 u ii the american actresses that bin. Her lived. A a a Quot Hai the greek actors a a till masks were like we Don t but there must have been i ii Ruble Genius in the succession it it out inned on Page is t temperatures Liiv Rwy Arhl Trami i a firt i rat Lin Tull a. In. Today nigh. To War ago today High. Us maximum t in it rat lire Thum property damage in twin cities estimated to reach $200,000. Bar Tim Presa Nogales Ark aug. So soldiers citizens and police searched the sections of Nogales Sonora. Today for victims of the flood which swept through these Border cities leaving four known dead. Id missing and 500 homeless. As the skies cleared the frightened populace driven front Homes by the flood and then terrified by a downpour Mph sch for a time threatened a recurrence of the deluge ventured Back to tile houses remaining undamaged. Storms move on the storm Cycle which began Early yesterday with the flooding of the Border cities moved on last night drenching Arizona Points As far North As Winslow Maroo Ning automobiles can song one train wreck and then jumping into the Imperial Valley of California to end a Long dry Stiell. Searching of Nogales ruins for the lit missing ail of whom were believed dead was stopped entirely for a while yesterday when the second rainstorm struck the City and the populace fled to High ground. A preliminary Survey by mayor Villasenor of the mexican City indicated a property loss of $175,000. The damage on the american Side was cst-1 muted at $25,000. Damage severe tile damage on the Sonora Side was the More severe because of the number of Udo be buildings. Stocks of merchandise in the tourist stores on International Street suffered heavily. A Santa be train went through a washed out Bridge near Winslow and Lilied up two baggage ears atop the engine. The Engineer Ana firemen were reported killed. Struck last night by a heavy rain the streets of Safford Arizona ran High with water and stores were flooded. Relief plans await reports maybe they re a toe anyhow comely Margaret Delahunt found it easy to walk on water when she put on these aquatic shoes much like skiis for a stroll at Virginia Beach a. They re guaranteed not to sink but the let a the tug suit might come in Handy if Margaret should happen to stumble Over a fish. A. I. I Hay to tartly. A Iii t Lucily. A 74 tartly. A to Cloudy. A 7 Cloudy. A �?�74 Fly a. 74 tartly. I l Lar. A i it loud. A 7ti timid. Cloudy. Cd. A. 4 a i lid. I Cloud. To i loud. The Lear. A 4 Tain. 4 i War. <4 t my. A �1-or7 i if. I ukr m us. In. Is. Be. Is. He. At imm i. A. A. A a pc. Is a i m a gtd in a Krar a a a Par my Clear it a Lear m Cali m parti republicans in neat of Battle leaders chosen yesterday make ready for plans of election. By Tim aaa a acted Presa Washington aug. 8.�?under two new generals senator fess of Ohio and Robert of. Lucas of Kentucky lieutenants of the Republican National Campaign organization were speeding homeward today with plans for an immediate drive to retain control of Congress in the november elections. Assured that enough Money was on hand to conduct the spirited contest for seats in the Senate and House the Republic in managers also found Solace Iii the ending of tile conto Versy Over Claudius ii. Huston of Tennessee former National chair. Man. With As Little hard feeling us possible. The new chairman a Strong administration supporter was arranging to leave next week for u week rest on the great Lake i adore beginning the arduous task of planning for tile Campaign ahead. Lucas hauled executive director is understood to lie ready to resign bus Post As commissioner of internal Revenue some time next week after which he will take charge of National bin qua Tern Here and get organization work under Way. Estimates of the coat of the coming Campaign to the republicans ran As High As $5 10.000. Contributions and expenditures will lie totalled by j. R. Nutt. Cleveland treasurer of the National committee. It is understood approximately $100,0imi will he turned Over to the senatorial committee headed by senators Moses new Hampshire and chairman Stewer. Oregon vice chairman Ami a like amount to the congressional committee beaded by representative Woad of Indiana. Appeals filed in three cases ask that decisions Chen in municipal court be reversed. Bet it ions in error and Hills of exception in three criminal canes appealed from municipal court were filed in com Mon pleas court Friday. The three defendants Are asking the it menu it court tie reversed and that charges against them be dismissed. Error petitions Are As follows John Sturgill of Lacas Vilie who was fined a Kiel costs on a second offence liquor Possession a Harte and $290 and easts on a charge of obstructing just Lee. Tim state charged rut Hon rold utile a Felix by threats attempted to i so Taw i Floyd Richer i Tod in appear to court against him in the liquor Dorg attorney ins shortage of water destroyed Arew j Ter f. Fitch in Mhz for i Argil Tim principal buildings of pm Henry it a it ret who was fined Taw hairy. A Tow is Miles North of have and Cost on a Tenor its m agr it Tim by a ? Tea Ida Railroad j charge iffy Tinl hire a t tall a and fsr dwelling today i terse hitter and Henri drought fast becoming \ National catastrophe says ringer. My the a Clat a pre Washington aug. a less pessimistic View of the extent of drought damage to Washington by Secretary i Lydd. Official observation on the protracted dry wave continued gloom today As the government forged ahead with it Relief plan. J. B. Kincer Clef of the division of agricultural meteorology said not Only the cml of the drought was not in sight but it was most unlikely it would be broken simultaneously in Many places. A i Don t like calling tills a catastrophe hut i done to like to think what May happen if the drought Isnit Bank in within the next two weeks he said. The official weather Bureau report of conditions said Quot there la on indication at the present time of a break in the warm while the general Relief plans of the administration awaited returns from Ute nation a nutty by county Survey of the agriculture department a promised for monday a clearcut policy of furnishing credit to the cattle grower for the Purchase of feed was put Forward by Carl Williams of the farm Benni. His plan is not yet farm Loard Toller and cannot be put into Force until other members of tile Board return Here for a conference. However. It was understood to be supported by the Grain stabilization officials. William proposes that feed Dis. Tri Hutton agencies or other Corpora us vim no i a hns formed for the purpose under i write Grain to lot delivered to i Divi. To duals in Exchange for the latter of note s properly endorsed and accent ponied by sufficient collateral. The Grain would is furnished in car lots at Market prices by the Grain stabilization corporation arranging easy payment Over one or two year. Tills Grain. Be said would in replaced out of the ish crop in uniformity with the policy of not daring the corporation stocks pm Lim Market in Competition with current Grain. Tim whole project child he pot in effect in four Day. In said m in incr m in a Russon. It a. A a that gained headway because fire of a a a buried Uncle alive Corpse a total stranger both Aoa Latr prs Baltimore aug. 8�?nephews and nieces who yesterday believed they had attended the funeral of their Uncle came Back from the cemetery to find they bad burled a stranger. They discovered their Uncle alive and Well and standing at the intersection of a Busy Street police to whom they appealed for Relief were Only Able to change health department records to show on unknown Man had been burled. The Coroner could do no More and told them there was no Way to recover funeral expenses. Last monday a Man was found dead in Carrol Park and Charles Howser identified it As William l. Lewis an Uncle who bad lived with him for 15 years. The identification was confirmed by the Nephew and nieces. 29 indicted m Bank Faure of Cincinnati Hamilton co. Grand jury acts As result of closing cosmopolitan Trust embezzlement charge Polke name five m death of announcer one Man under arrest and will be arraigned others at Large All known hangmen Hawks sets record nine Cincinnati men included in Cli Arges following investigation. Cincinnati Aug. 8�?twenty-nine indictments were returned Here today by the Hamilton county Ruud jury As a result of the investigation if the $2,000,000 failure of the Annam Powtan Bank and Trust company. The Bank was closed by state authorities june Ioas the alleged result of the $1,000,000 speculations of a. W. Shafer former District manager of the ii. L. Doherty company. Ten charges made tile largest indictments in which there were ten courts each were returned against Frank j. Borger who owned the majority of the Bank s Stock and bus sop Clarence a director of the closed institution. They were charged with embezzlement abstraction misapplication of funds and Nia Klug false entries. Due count against the father and son alleged they wilfully misapplied $105,000 while acting la capacities of vice president Aud director two other counts each charged eni Beule silent of $4,050, another charged false entry of $4,050, another misapplied the credit of $4, cd pretence of dividing the misapplied $1415,000 was charged in aunt Lier count. Nine Infin Fatiau nine of those indicted were from Cincinnati. They were Borger and his son. Clarence Russell Holmes cashier her Lwort Borger assistant a Ashler Charles Erhart Aud Anthony Knonz. Directors. Emerson la. Tillar assistant cashier and Benjamin Davidson and Jefferson Hamilton cities service Stock Salesman. The salesmen were indicted under the Blue sky Law. State Hank examiners closed the cd a to Ali thu after a shortage of $502,000 was found in Shafer s accounts. Examiners later mild Shafer admitted losing Money gambling in the Stock Market. The Doherty concern charged him with of $210,000. Fire 0estmysmdin6s of Middletown Candy co. Of that Flats press Middletown of. Aug. 8�?ten buildings belonging to Ross and company a Middletown Candy firm were destroyed today by fire at Amanda near Bere at a loss of $15,000. The structures included a grocery four garages a warehouse and four Sheds. The Crystal paper company Middletown closed its Plant at a Ianda during the fire i order that the Middletown fire department Woald have increased water pressure and a larger water Supply to fight the flames. Cause of the conflagration was unknown. Quot mss a a i t a a a a in $ 9 9 9 in 9-ms9 plan to broadcast pictures and descriptions of four killers. By the associated press Detroit. Aug. 8-police officials today named five men As involved in the killing of Gerald e. Jerry Buckley political radio commentator. All Are known is gangsters. One of them is under arrest and was docketed for arraignment today on murder charge. He is Angelo Livecchi who police accuse of pointing out Buck Ley to the slayers. Tile other suspects listed Are Thomas Jnnny lie Avo Ted Pizzino Mike to Runny and Frank Cantina rata. In making Public these names police commissioner Thomas Wilcox and his ranking officers made no statement As to what they believe was the motive of the crime. Plans were made to broadcast pictures and descriptions of the men. Announcement of plans to broadcast pictures and descriptions came after the free pres had published dispatches from several cities saying the Detroit authorities had not sought cooperation in their search for the killers. Wealth woman to become nun widow of new York utilities Multi millionaire will enter Convent. By the associated pc f new York. Aug. 3�?mrs. Nicholas Brady widow of the new York utilities executive and one of the wealthiest women in the United states will soon enter a Convent abroad to become a nun the new York world said today. A Story from the world Correl pendent in Rome said mrs. Brady had an audience with Pope Pius i recently at which she discussed her plans. It was asserted that after her novitiate is completed site May found a religious order of her own and become its Mother Superior. The widow whose limits my died last March leaving to her his entire Fortune estimated at fifty million dollars is a sister of Francis p. Gar. Van of new York head of the chemical foundation and former alien property custodian and of John h. Gamin in his Day a Star Pitcher of the Vale baseball team. Hying at a sliced of 171 Miles an Bour and making fire stops in route Captain Frank Hawks is shown Bere at Lam Angeles after completing a record transcontinental flight from Roosevelt Field new York in 14 Bour 50 minutes and 43 seconds. With him Are his parents. Or. And mrs. Charles Hawks who greeted him on arrival. Musi Mali l i card c r i Quot in. M in old times will Rogers special Beverly Hills calif., aug. 8.�?seems like old times to have or. Hoover taking personal charge of our beat and drought calamity. Ile made a Good Start by getting rid of the Republican National chairman. Now of he will do away with the whole organization i bet it would Sturt in raining and maybe get a Good Snow. Wheat Baa gout up so it looks like the farm Board had Nome inside weather reports when they bought All thut. And speaking of weal or reports people now actually think Coolidge saw this drought coming and decided to watch it from a distance. Yours will Rogers Demes non Story an singing blues Cleveland. Aug 8.�?three botel sweets foe and yesterday that Quot mafia la the Hetta Fco while Hep Leer their teem deers epee to pm a Little Herat la expensive a or. Sneak tide Van be Trad t breath i i epee and teed a Etal of All these i that said they in their tabs with the hath sister s of mrs. Brady Kays noun remont is preposterous Norwalk conn., aug. 8�?mrs. Jolt Cavanugh. Sister of mrs. Nicholas Brady today declared that reports that mrs. Brady plans to enter tile Convent were absolutely false. Quot such a Story is pre j she said. Mrs. Ca Vann go accompanied tilt widow of the new York Public utilities executive on her recent visit to Rome and was with Ber at an audience with Pope pins. At no time did mrs. Brady even intimate an intention to become a nun. She asserted. At the present time or Brady who is chairman of the executive committee of Hie National Council of girl scouts of America is in Loudon on scout work. She will return to this country late this month leaving England Angust 23 on the fur opa according to mrs. Cavanagh. Mrs. Nicholas Brady today called Ber new York representative by trans Atlantic Telephone from London and asked that he deny that she Idu nned to become a nun. attempting lond swim both a mar Tat leg Bias Middletown. O., August 8-i. Choate 32. Hamilton drowned today at be soards Volle Lake near Here. Two girl companion of the victim. Grace and Helen Talmadge. Hamilton to a May told Pollee Hwy were of a party with Choate and he told them to Row Are the Lake Aud he Woald follow them and swim across. The girls crossed the water hot Choate never appeared police the girls reported Choate had drinking the body a recur legion to seek Stath meeting delegates for 1930 session in Cincinnati elected and instructed. Meiners of James Dickey Post no. 23, american legion meeting thursday night to elect delegates to the 1113d state convention in Cincinnati discussed plaits for inviting the Ohio legion to bold their 1932 Assembly Here. During the 1934 session the local delegates will Lay the ground plans for the info Talon they bite to extend it the 1931 convention. Gilbert ii. Bauer Brin e. Wolery Robert Nutter Aud Tiffin Herzog were chosen delegates j. I. Marsh Paul Wilson ered Klugman and it. K. Otte Stemer alternates to the Cincinnati meeting August 17-19. Delegates were instructed Aud a nominating committee including Tiff in Herzog Frank Ferguson Aud h. H. Hickey was named. The annual election will in in october. Woman claims she was sold Mamon youths at Hoar the id err eater to Ramme mat Raibl sky. A. Job 8�?the us which a a last la lobe Eric year Hettye a i Witt her Load by now a Mhz we begin wart today. Copt a Jato Somas of by Hwy. Away of the not Hope in Bare Ber bark i Challenge wets to offer plan Drys place cards on table let other Side do better they say. By the an weft pre Little 101 it Sable. Mien aug. He the executive Stoard of the Auto Saloon league of America a challenged opponent of prohibition to offer a better plan to bring tem Lier a Nee Aud sobriety to the nation. The Challenge was included Iii th1 declaration of policy and program of action adopted by the i sird in the last session of los two Day Idem Al confers a yesterday. Quot in View of the Loose talk by the wets about res no or mod i fica to on of the imbibition Law. Lie time has come for a showdown said the Challenge made Public by or. F. Scott Mcbride National of the league. Quot we must insist upon specific statement and enlighten the voters As to merits and Demerit of Uny proposed Dan. The Public Lins a right to know exactly what is in a preamble to the declaration of policy the Bourd placed Illume for much of the Natl Prohl Botlon agitation upon metropolitan newspaper. Quot ave Are gratified Over victories of the stat a it said Quot and the fact that we have Beld our Lim although confronted with an extraordinary situation in that we now Fuce a highly financed and Well organised wet movement creating an erroneous impression. Chiefly through Seres metropolitan dallies the league inserted in it declaration of policy a threat of opposition for wet candidates Anil n Promise of support for Drys regardless of party. Iii forthcoming elections. Pou Concrete on River Road material for three mile Job a it emeled at Buena Vista. 8 Munroe Aud Hon Arr is Lins a a did pro gym a their Roan it of paving not it it than three Wile of the Baron Vii Highway a re of Poorma rom Crete Hose started wednesday Tad with Homey on some Gen favourable weather will he Rwan med in a r/., the i sewer to a Creek tilt to a few a a of a a a a but Folty a it it attrib awk. Hand. Gravel nod text int Are Quot Quot Quot a Arimo hampered at Taro a Abe by Baal sad Barge in Toro. A a Quot ack be we of my Vista and is a Abd from there a a the i a word be teamed of Tbs w reek pkg trek n ii rag the Baal a bawls be Affif Cerro Hen and feb Tatrow de dread it 13 mite offices above the Hor profess Ingwer tracked fro the Vwe Mew of detail i rep re Wale a it pm says parents received $200 for her and forced her to marry. By the air lash pre Columbus o., aug. 8�?a Elul a that she was sold to a Springfield Man for $200 was made today by mrs. Marika Yoran 25, Columba when Aile a taken into custody after being reported missing at Springfield. The woman told police that she had been sold to George font Springfield confectionery operator by her parents. She said she objected to timing sold to the Springfield Man a her hit hound Tom Youn died in Greece Only six weeks ago. Mrs. Yovnne police said told them that a Down payment of $50 was made to her Parent by font and that she was taken to the Clark county marriage License Bureau but at first a License was refused because she a not a resident of the county. A few Days later so said the License wus issued when she was com in died to remain silent. On the Day ret for the wedding she escaped and came to Odum to to live with a woman Friend Abe told authorities. Train crashes through Bridge one killed three injured passengers escape any serious Hurt. Both pre i Winslow. Aria. Aug. 8.�?santa be passenger train number 8, from j i to Angeles to Chicago broke j through a rain weakened Bridge to Miles wrote of Joseph City aria. Ian to night. Killing the Engineer. R. K. I Bigby and probably killing the Arr pms Onhouse frenzied crowd of 1,000 hang murder suspects in court House Square. Brave. Tear bombs claim negroes shot Man and attacked girl further violence halted. By Tbs a imitated Presa Marion led., aug. 8.�?a frenzied mob of 1,000 persons which stormed the Grant county jail late last night snatched two negroes from their cells and Hung them on the courthouse Square. The victims of the mob s fury were Thomas Shipp 18, accused of fats or shooting Claude Deeter 23, of Fairmount id. And Abe Smith to who police said admitted attacking Deeter girl companion after the shooting on a lonely country Road East of Here. Using Sledge hammers after they were driven off once by the use of tear Gas bombs Mem Liers of the mob smashed a Hole in tile masonry beside the jail door and broke their Way through two steel doors to Refeit the Ceils of the negroes. Shipps clothing was torn from his body by the maddened men and a was borne in a Blanket to the courthouse Yard and hanged from the bars of the window in the building. Tran pm by sawn Smith borne from the jail by a group of men after they had knocked him unconscious with their fists and hammers was thrown on the ground where a horde of screaming woman trampled on him and Tore his body with their Finger nails. He then was Hung on a tree in the courthouse Yard. Harley Hardin Grant county prosecutor. Told the associated frees this morning that no charges will be filed against leaders of the mob. On the other band chief of police Lewis Lindenmuth said some action a might be shortly after the taif it of Tbs Vin. Lenee at the court Goose Square a crowd of five Tia ipod negroes gathered in the negro Section of the City but no action resulted beyond objection voiced by several speaker who charged the sheriffs Force with fail Ore properly to protect the lives of the prisoners. No shots Wert fired during the assault of the jail. The body of Shipp after swinging against the Side of the building for a time. A moved to the tree on which Smith was Bung. Order restored the Molt dispersed Early today after it had taken from the jail and severely beaten Herbert Cameron id. Today of state policemen and polka officers from surrounding towns armed with sub machine guns maintained order in this Day while gov. Harry g. Leslie said he stood ready to recall Hie National guard from its training quarters at Camp Knox by. If farther trouble developed. The vengeance of the mob was a i used after Cameron was returned to tile jail. It was discovered the men had intended taking Robert Sullivan 19, who was implicated in the killing i of Deeter instead of Cameron whose _ connection with the other negroes was Only that of an accomplice in several i recent robberies a More toward Sullivan after the mistake was discovered and Cameron returned waa thwarted by a Man who said he was an Uncle of the Girt attacked. Ile harangued the mob saying the two men directly involved had item punished and advised against further violence. Soon after Hie crowd broke a into Small groups and the danger of another outbreak was considered slight. Early today the Bodle of Shipp and Smith still swung from the Tref the Lyncher announcing they would he left there until noon As a warning to other negroes. A a killed do Caid by Deeter was fatally shot wednesday night As be sat in hts marked automobile with miss Mary bait to of motion. Four negroes appeared and after ordering him to throw up his a Ixia. Service winds is a 4pism Al new Toro coat tailed of Page is Lindbergh spec Ottn radio Cham t0n6kt both a Nithil prose new York aug. 8-a great a work of radio Ata Tlona will resell col. Charles a. Lindbergh la hag first prepared radio talk Friday night. I subject will be a International the combined net wort of the Columbia broadcasting Sya it tem and the National broadcasting company will be used. More than 140 stations including at least four Short wave transmit ten. Will be naked together for the first time to a single microphone ii the studio of wbk for Tho Alk. Scheduled to go on Al to p. By Tho previously announced Hoar it 9 o clock a hanged to permit a greater Hookup it St a Hana a Mam to. By Nib am he new York to direct apart of re a an ii by Rad i fat to the Prier of

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