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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 9, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio It Eia the feta i Kim Fonh she stars amp in vol. 17. So ii 12 pages Portsmouth Ohio Bat Edat Ai Glet a 130 it it Al Tim i Miil Rny Hom edition thru Atwo killed in Auto Chas _. A a a a governors states to meet with president today pucks and wheat. Our Best flier. 540.095,925 in 2030. Gas merchants attention. By Arthur Brisbane copyright in Niff aware 8y>d in the old Days a discouraged irishman sitting inc a Little Pool water with a w ducks swimming around in it a a it cd by a British efficiency expert Hare you any idea the Price you could get in London for those Fine ducks a. A i have a replied the owner the Duk a and have Yon any idea the Price i could get for that water in Dell if i had it there a news the drought sends the Price. wheat climbing upward. It Rose a a cents More Early yesterday. When Folie Farmer has t a got it there a wheat i High in Chicago. A a a Captain Hawks probably our Ablest aviator a product the Al year round flying Field san Diego California arrived at Columbus Oil to at 7 48 a. In. Two hours and forty eight minutes after leaving new York. Six minutes after Landing in Columbus Hawks started for St. Boul. Ass in Continental United states Quot the imputation is 122,723,837. Lucie Sam says so. This does not in Lude Porto Rico. The Philippines has a. Iii ten years population has in team dig i per cent. If that increase front hic our population too years hence in 2030. Wilt tie br0u3j85 ass la in it Union experts reining that will say Quot there could never a it Job for so workers said that Iso years ago. When our populai>1 ii s .&Quot,000,000. I tanners would Greet the idea ii a c imputation. With Joy. Exhibiting Quot that would give us people Ria ii.-1 to eat All our wheat and pay i g-x-,1 Price for a a who we yer inc. Figures need but frighten us. The world s population apart from famine plague and a. Will not outgrow Hie Earth s Fertility. People us they become More civilized Aud have greater luxuries Fauve fewer children. And the old Ger Utun proverb Suys truly Quot the lord sees to it that the Trees to not grow in the a a a finally no Matier How Many babies ure born and How much i Lite death rate diminishes. Science quoth i. Keep ahead population intensively cultivated Texas alone Mould feed three times the 540,095. Is and tile 540,005.925 could All find Muir portable Beautiful residences. Quot till the Aid flying machines Hill v now neglected and empty. Important to everybody a Illy those total sell gasoline is new an Irish Railroad ear run let a new electric Battery developing is d 40 Miles in hour and using Only to it Birds the Battery Power. A i irishman invented the Battery a to l t a free state finances it. That irishman with the Ili would have waited a Long utile before any part tills government Haiti have flounced him. Even be lad been Fulton and Edison full d into one. I he t licit could be economically pm it Ivou a big Scuta in Light Batts Quot Quot Elhiu would he Pipien to i Itak and the demand a r 8 it it inc. Mus Frum India causes l Britain to feel Safe. Mohall continue fighting Aud killing lf., 1> 7 killed 150 injured Iii the i. I ii based revenge. A 11 Quot finder the worm had turned i i. Min a race ordinarily pm. Shot and killed la Mohamuie-ij1 wounded 4. Quot a like a sheep biting a Wolf. L i dents Ake the hindu a j off ii a i Britain. Friars noes against great temperature Oil err a 1,1., Fitl a Ture Ujj ish try. Salbata in. Itaf fun , a vim in. A cum a so. R hts Obj Al pm. Taal a f few y 8ttt, Orth t i a a for Law a report a. In. Today High car ago today High u2 a s. In. Ureter Day a today. Maximum. 74 Clear. .16 14 Cloudy. 72 is a Quot j partly. Fax less. 76 partly. #8 7h Clar. Us .70 partly. 84 74 Clear it �?T4 Clear. 82 76 Clear. .04 ciry 74 Cloudy. 82 Clear. .14 64 Cloudy. To 4 Clear. 88 Van a partly a too 74 Stuudy. Tat 74 firer. 86 a. 62 Cloudy. To -. 1 firer. To it by 4 a Cloudy full a a firer. To a firer pm a he it Steps taken to give Relief Over my approximately one million banners affected by National disaster can handle trouble a a Day a a to lot Clear him partly we partly to in War to Clear is Clear Hyde reports there is no serious problem human Supply. My the associated pre Washington aug. 8.�?president Hoover s organising talents were concentrated today the task welding together a Relief Campaign. A a first step the chief executive Bas called the governors tile most seriously affected states to meet with him Here next thursday to determine a method bringing into play All available state and county agencies for Relief with the cooperation various Federal brunches and the red Cross. Meanwhile at ids Virginia fishing Camp . Hoover was studying carefully the Field reports compiled by the department agriculture defining the ascertained damage map the stricken area. Announcing his decision to Call the governors Tate yesterday the president said preliminary reports indicated approximately 1,000,000 farm families were affected together with livestock amounting to 12 per cent the total annual population the country. In a lengthy statement surveying tit. Munition . Hoover Auld the situation wus one to cause a great Deal concern. Quot but it must be borne in mind Quot he added Quot that tile drought has mainly affected animal feed the bulk the direct human food production Hie country being abundantly band. Quot nevertheless there will be a great Deal privation among families in the drought areas due to the loss income Aud the financial difficulties imposed upon them to carry their animals Over the Winter. Take care difficulties Quot the american people will proudly take care the necessities their countrymen in time stress difficulty. Our first duty is to assure our suffering countrymen that this will be done that their courage and spirit shall be maintained Aud our second duty is to assure an affective organization for its at the same time the Abief executive asked acting chairman Bicknell the red Cross to have his organization prepare to relieve any human suffering. the basis the agriculture Delta str Nunt Survey conditions us August i tile president said the most acute shortage animal feed crops was in Southeastern Missouri Northern Arkansas Southern Illinois Southern Indiana Southern Ohio Kentucky Northern West Virginia and Northern Virginia with smaller areas in Montana Kansas Iowa and Nebraska. However a reduction feed drops in the other states May is asked later to attend. A a jul Auy event a he said Quot in the most acute areas we should now Lay the foundation for effective local and state organization the object which is to prevent suffering amongst farm families deprived us Pikert and to prevent the sacrifice livestock More than is More detailed information conditions in the drought areas is expected to arrive from agents the department agriculture in time for study thursday. Tile livestock affected was placed at 2,250,009 horses and mules 6,000,000 cattle Ami 12,-, bogs and sheep. At the conference with Hie 12 governors will be officials and experts the agriculture department the farm Ward and other Federal agencies. Human no problem tile re Piort Secretary Hyde to tile president emphasized that there was no serious problem human food Supply at tills time Iii View the ample wheat crop Good i i Toto prospects la the commercial sections the Northern states Aud a fair lice top. Beau acreage he pointed out is mostly outside the drought area while the Winter vegetables from Southern states will not lie planted for some time. Canning crops tomatoes liens Aud leans were a Tau excluded largely from the drought damage b Niall fruit crops the Secretary said did not indicate u shortage but considerable individual hardship was expected to result from destruction drought area gardens planted for Home consumption daring the fall and Winter. Discussing the feed situation Hyde said a for the country As a whole prospective feed Supply at this Date considered by itself does not appear to be alar it Aing bul it is critical in certain Trees Quot a serious aspect. Lie said. A to lie noted by shortage pasturage and consumption Winter feed during the summer months. This situation however a not considered critical in tile important livestock area so far summoned Rev. George Vetter 20,000 stolen i rancher slain brother held by police for investigation search for two others by the Aster ated press Marietta o., aug. 9.�?henry Conrath was arrested today and placed in the county jail in connection with the killing his brother John. The latter was clubbed to death Early today by a Liana cobbers who escaped with i life savings about $20,000. The prisoner aged 70 years had resided with his brother lie talked the killing freely earlier in the Duy Etal Ming the Millier bound him hand and foot god locked him in a cupboard while they robbed and murdered John. Arrested by sheriff Way shortly ii fore noon Henry refused to discuss the Case further. Authorities said they Are searching for two other suspects. Jack Pickford to wed actress film Star files notice intention to marry Mary Mulhern. By the associated pros Salinas cal., August 9.�?jack 1�?~ickford. Screen actor was today making preparations for his third trip to the altar this time with miss. Mary Mulhern new York stage actress with whom he filed notice intention to marry at the Monterey county coir Tourte yesterday. Three Days most elapse in accordance with California Law Between the time notice intention is filed and a License issued. The couple announced no definite plans but it was Learned they would la married Quot somewhere Monterey Peninsula a presumably at ital Monte i it Odge As soon As they obtain the License. Whether this would lie sunday monday could not lie ascertained. The Groom to be a brother Mary Bickford gave his age As 33, and miss Mulhern said she was 22. Both gave their residences a Hollywood. Telephone Clef Fwicks right to change rates by the associated pre Columbus. O., aug. 9�?the Cincinnati urn suburban Telephone comic buy petitioned the state utilities commission today for authority to change the rate schedule in Rural territory Butler Hamilton Law Clermont counties to permit subscribers hard hit by the Long drought to pay their Bills when finances Are improved. Tile state commission said the request would to granted at once hut with adequate safeguards to prevent undue Burden Sulic Albers when the no talk i in i a Nee is collected. Youth because he was ridiculed by to Gowtam pros Cleveland aug. 9.-a 17-Yeur-old youth who admitted attempting suicide by Poison told attendants at clarity Hospital Bere today he is Al a Mccue Akron. He was found last night in a dazed Ronda huh Euclid Avenue. Mene told detectives tie had not wanted to Lite because he had Leen in a detention Home and ids Friend laughed at him. A i could t stand be mid father Vetter answers Call m Hospital beloved Young priest passed away Friday night after Long Alness last rites tuesday was ordained to Priesthood by it. Rev. Bishop j. J. Hartley in 1925 Rev. Father George Jacob Vetter one the beat known Young priests in Southern Ohio lost in his Battle against death passing away in mercy Hospital at 9 05 p. In Friday. He had been a patient there since november and his death a attributed to complications. Funeral tuesday funeral service will be held in St. Mary s Church tuesday morning at 0 30, when a solemn requiem High mass will be Sung by Rev. T. A. Goebel the pastor assisted by several other priests. Interment will follow in Greenlawn. The body will he moved to the Home father vetters Mother mrs. Sophia Vetter 1631 fourth Street. Sunday and friends May View it there. monday it will be conveyed to the St. Mary a Church where it will lie in state until the funeral services arc held. Educated la City father Vetter was born in Portsmouth february la 1897, a son Rophia and Jacob Vetter the latter dying la 190q, Ila aaa tred me Early education in the St. Mary s school and was a member the 1913 graduating class there. He entered Aquinas College in Columbus in 1014 Aud studied there three years. He then studied for two years at the St. Josephus College in Rensselear lad. He completed his theologian education in the St. Mary a Seminary at Norwood. Ohio in 1925. Ordained priest father Vetter was ordained to the Priesthood March 28, 1925, by the lit. Rev. Bishop j. J. Hartley Columbus the impressive services being held in the Cathedral in Columbus. He read Bis first solemn mass in St. Mary a Church in this City sunday March 29. 1925, in the Spring 1928 he was assigned to the St. Mary s Parish at Pine Grove Lawrence county Ohio where be remained for about a year and a half when he was taken ill and eventually had to give up his pastorate. Was widely known father Vetter who had Many friends in Portsmouth and Scioto county leaves his Mother one sister. Miss Matilda Vetter at Home and two Brothers. Louis j. Vetter fourth Street and Otto Vetter fifth Street. While be was a rather quiet disposition be bad the Happy faculty making friends readily and be always treasured these friendships. He was a very studious nature and years study in preparing for the Priesthood broke Down Bis health. During his Many months illness he never complained and met his master with a resignation that was an inspiration to those at his bedside. Tile beloved priest passed peacefully away losing graciously in a Battle that was not to be. He bad planned ambitiously for the future. Lint death intervened and Cut Short i Bat promised to be a Brilliant ecclesiastical career. Father Vetter was a member the knights Columbus and was a conspicuous figure in its affairs when his health permitted. Kentucky crop damage serious loss estimated at one Hundred million dollars by state Survey. By the aim ram Mil Louisville. A. Aug. 9-As seared crops burned pastures and dried streams gave mate testimony to tile extent the drought damage in Kentucky estimated today by tile courier journal As already la excess $100,000,000. State and county officials were Busy collecting data to determine what Steps should be taken to relieve stricken areas. At Frankfort governor flew d. Sampson announced that he would go to Washington next thursday to attend with governors Ether i ought stricken states the meeting called by president Hoover. In response to telegrams from Secretary agriculture Arthur m. Hyde in Washington county agents throughout the mite were making surveys drought conditions and the Early reports termed the situation a a very and Quot alarming injured Billy Worts Mutiny races among ohse defense Force nationalists Rush troops to Ward off pending attack Hankow i reds Are executed chinese flock to foreign districts for Protection warships. By the Mareeta led inn Hankow aug. 9�?the spectre Mutiny stalked in the defense line Hankow today a nationalists authorities rushed preparations to fight off the communist horde threatening the City. A critical situation existed. Foreign gunboats were the Alert in their Yangtze River positions. Eighteen communists were put to death yesterday and last night by nationalist Force seeking to prevent the Quot Boring from within tactics which so often have characterized red operations in China. A Mutiny last night in the Hankow defense Garrison and the commander s guard was quickly put Down but tile situation remained tense As an army communist marauders moved closer to Hankow Aud its Ulster cities. Anchang and Hanyang. Thousand chinese flocked into tile foreign districts the three cities seeking safety from the brigands. Eleven foreign warships were ready for action the River. Military Taw ruled Hankow Public utilities and Telephone offices Tai no guarded. Red were said to have captured Tayeh important Iron mining conf in southwestern Lupen province and Ulm a gtd ii. Northern Hunan. To thousand reds were reported advancing upon Kulk tangs. Important a Auguse River port and Natick hat capital Al angst reported communists bands were approaching. Robbers murder cafe proprietor Marion Man resisted three thieves who held up restaurant. Hgt to press Marion. Cl., aug. 9. A Amo Schultz. 55. Proprietor the Duke cafe was shot and killed bite last night resisting three men who Roi bed his place bus new $250 and escaped to the North. Schultz was closing his restaurant la the downtown business Section for the night when two men. One about 22 and the other about 24, entered end rifled the Cash Register. Tile proprietor was shot and almost instantly killed when he reached for a Reft drink bottle. The third robber stationed Arn the Street As a Lookout ordered Jack Albert a garage owner to walk Over to the restaurant. A Short time Lief Ore the Holdup three men answering the description the robbers forced a Motorist from his Coupe Al Miles East Here. It was believed that this was the machine used in their escape after the killing. Governor Cioper Wil attend a meeh6 by to Ai Hatm pm Columbus a aug. 9,-gov-Ernor Cooper a summed today that be Woald attend the conference railed by presides Hoover in Washington for next thursday at which Relief measures for the drought stricken area the county will he Misc seed. Victims Harry Hefner Harry Pirrman list 19. To. To 4 Harry Schurman h. Hefner meet death when car crashes Oto Bridge Wertz injured Accident occurred at i a. M. Saturday while Trio a returning from dance West Side victims members prominent families Here. Two Young men. Harry Schirrman 17, and Harry Hefner 23. Were killed instantly and William Wert 17. Was injured seriously when a ear in which they were Riding crashed into Scioto Bridge about i a. In. Saturday. Schirrman was the san . And mrs. George Bri Pirrman 726 fifth Street. He was a Nephew . H. A. Schirrman. Hefner was the sen mrs diaries Hefner 1325 Mcconnell Avenue. Wertz is the sen . Ani mrs. Charles Wert 724 fourth Street. Skulls fractured a 1 11 Srhir Jinun and Hefner died Navy objects to Coolidge Story seven killed in mine blast top Pottsville Coal mine Falls in trapping workmen All recovered. Both Ano lit Pumi Pottsville a. Aug. 9.�? seven Miner were killed Ami 16 injured late Friday by a fall Fop St the Gilbertson Colliery the Philadelphia amp heading oui u Iron co. Three the injured men were in ii serious condition at a Hospital. Company official said their Cheek show Iii 23 men were in la gang. Thi Teui them needed Only first Ald treatment when taken from the slope. The ill Libertson Colliery to Mil from Pottsville a Taco ehred since Muy and till 23 men were placing new rail in the Lope when a top Ruck became Loose and u la about 50 feet. The Rock carried with it ton dirt. Timber and other Deliria burying the worker. Rescue worker from nearby Cut eries dug out the men. Five them Wen found alive in Bour after the Accident. Tik Accident occurred the third level about ill feet under ground. Collum by off Baa i said the slope had to Lii Pilstl thursday morning and no True Ris k dirt a found. The Rump buy gave out lid dead Anthony struck Shenandoah William Burke Maineville Matthew Koker. Maize Ville Charta y Arche. Gilbe Treu Patrick Birmingham to. Gilbertson Joseph Ceni mroskl. Go. Turkey run Meta Nile Matins. Frackville. Ii i n 111 ii m j a a a a Vav i pulling stakes Beverly Hills Emu. Aug. U a lire ii Reading a Tat lately and swing movie the French evacuating the Rhine. That All Fine Sway Over in euro in. Bul what shout the remix Ltan evacuating the South. They Are moving Back to the in to Erst. They have been holding Down foreign territory for two years. This being a off presidential year. The democrats look great. The republicans always blk bad three years out four. Bat the year they look come is election year. A voter done to expert Murk. Yow give my Anc Good year he is Antis fled. Your. Will Rogers maw Amana is airs in As a wore fractured Skull. Coroner Virgil Fowler said death in each ease was instantaneous. Schirrman also suffered injuries Over the right Eye. Hefner a crushed about the head and Chest. Worts suffered serious laceration Aero the forehead and the Chin. A wound three inches Long exiling his Scalp a inflicted Aero the Latch i Bend. Beside the major injuries lie suffered numerous cuts and bruises. He i expect i d to recover. Wertz is a patient in Schirrman Hospital. . Ii. A. Schirrman and Frank pc Waldenberg Are the attending physicians. Returning Frew dance the Trio was returning from a dance at the modernistic Garden when the fatal crash occurred. Held Milan was driving a Jordan Sedan owned by i father. Worts was Riding in the front seat and Hefner in the Back seat. As the car approached the Bridge Schlur Rynn attempted to pass a machine and was crowded into the Bridge Worts said. The left front fender the car crashed into a Concrete pillar at the end the Bridge mid then banging close to the North Side sideswiped the steel guard rail. The car ran along the Side the Bridie for Tunny Yards before halting. Car badly damaged the entire left Side the ear was torn off. The seats were wrested out place. Shattered Glass was strewn along the Reed and Bridge for Many Yards. Pieces the wrecked machine were scattered in All directions. A wheel was found the other Side the Bridge and Many parts fell to the ground under the big Iron Structure. William Moore Lincoln Street mid his guest Eugene Miller Detroit removed Hefner to Portsmouth general Hospital. . Dow Allard who was in the Hospital pronounced him dead. Charles Young removed Wertz to Schirr Roan Hospital. Glenn Hump conveyed Hob carnal n to Tea Kirrman Hospital. Healer Al p. H. S. Schirrman was a senior in ports month High school. He was a Star athlete Aud played fullback the p. H. H. Trojans last year. He was prominent in shoo affair and popular among the younger set. He was nicknamed �?ocherrie Ile and William Wertz attended Culver military Academy last summer. They were planning starting u motor trip till week. Hefner was in athletic instructor it York Park. Lie graduated from Portsmouth High school in 1926. Ile was a slur football mid he Ket Hull player Aud won several red and Blue letter for bus Atli Lytle ability. Ile a known a a Bull Quot. Hefner attended Florida University and studied Laudney a it architecture while a student there. Wertz is a senior Iii Portsmouth Digh school and is Active in school affair. He i Well known among the younger wet. Ills father i a prominent real estate dealer. Ile is known As ital de. Bis pit rents . Ami mrs. George Schirrman Harry Hubi Traian is survived by one brother George a birr limn . Cincinnati. He too was s. Star p. La. S. Athlete. The father operates a garage at 717 fifth Street. Charles Hybl Vruian a it 827 second Street former councilman i an Uncle. Hefner who was making plan to attend the University Louisville in Louisville next year is survived by his Mother. Mrs. Charles Hefner 1325 Mcconnell Avenue four sister and four Brothers. Mrs. Stephen Chick 1148 fourth Street mrs. Charles Massie ii second Street mrs. Clarence Wuu Derzich Dayton Eulah Lle fuer Raker Oregon Carl South Dakota William Mcconnell Avenue Wilmer Ironton Ami Arthur Hefner in Toledo. The bodies the victims have i evil moved to the cashier funeral Home ninth Street. Bodle Are found persons who arrived at the scene the Accident at first thought that there were Only two people in the car. Hefner body an found in the rear seat Tim machine and sob drum b s body was found the Bridge. Wertz we found Hie front Aret. Police who saw the dead and injured youth being taken to Boa it Cuil cleared traffic near the scene. Hundreds people returning free the dance were travelling the Taw path Aud Bridge when the crush occurred. A Long string cur extended from they Quot mud to second Street and traffic a blocked for some time us pts in in Star Taliau directed a squad police to the Aren and opened up Tho traffic. St Art Xmas investigated the crash. Funeral service for Murry a Charr Mau will be Brid la the Narkier martial borne at 2 Purn. Monday burial aril follow by Greenlawn. Urn body aril be moved to the by reman Home tonight and Friend Amir View it there until monday no in tag department Heads say u. S. Has finest air plane motors in world. By the Assaria Teg prs Washington. Aug. 9.�?the nary department which not to Long ago took . Calvin Coolidge slightest wort a Law today was record with an objection to a pronouncement the former president. In a recent syndicated article by . Coolidge dealing with aircraft there occurred the sentence a a Navy office report that the beat engine la made Pride Navy tile Navy lot Long prided itself that it has tile lie air plane engine Ever made Ami two its High official a acting Secretary Jui joke and rear Admiral William a. Moffett chief the Bureau aeronautics were Quick to say so after Reading the Coolidge article. A typographical error however May to re Ibie for tile conflict . Coolidge intended to say a officer Quot instead a office Quot there would to Little in use for complaint the port the Navy for one it officer a lieutenant t. W. G. Set Hen noted balloon let recently observed in an article that a German engine wag the Only dirigible Power Plant so far fully tried and developed. The Coolidge article started with a reference to the flight the r-190, though it discussed aria i Ion in general. Meter without Superior the air cooled engine which the Navy helped develop mild . A Pincket Quot Are without superiors any. Where in the world and Are prod need in quantities by several America a aircraft manufacturing Moffet said there were Only two except Ion to american aircraft engine superiority the Germany May Back lighter than at Craft engine and some air plane motors More than 1,000 Hor a Tower developed abroad a result Schneider cup com pet i Birsh attack afghan tribes air planes bomb tribesmen in India Hills two Battles reported. Both assert leu press i pm Hawa it India August 9,-� British troops were in action Friday against afghan Tri linesmen advancing posh in War. The strength the horde afghan Warrior a estimated variously at 5,000 to 10,000. The fighting thus far two Advance guard encounters bad not Taeu a general unsure and the is Sun j tie were not divulged. In this City which is in the path the attempted Luva kit a it is believed Only a few either aide Bara i Een wounded. Air plane continued Alt Day Friday their bombing Aud recon loitering flights Over the Rocky country la which the hostile trite Siueli Hare concentrated Iii what i believed to a the greatest unti Dier attempting to ret Ute Frontier recently. Every Ito Sihle precaution a taken in Peshawar to guard the safety the residents. The City Gates were closed Aud All permits to Lea it were cancelled. The populace was warned not to leave shelter. A defensive line troops has been formed Between the City and the advancing enemy. Heavy detachments Are encamped along the fringe at a Barren area Over which the tribe men would have to travel la any attempted assault. Peshawar and the Hylier pare have been scenes much Moody fighting to the part. Tar even the Mogul emperors bygone centuries had difficulty in controlling the fanatical warriors the Hills. For year and years the raiders have found loot to the City and in a puss. In the autumn afghan merchants were accustomed to bring e it Arena from Kabul. A Okha a and a Marks in a Rich convoys loaded with Silks precious atones Raga Rad omit prod arts the wart. Fatwai in Bah re Nenach and Tim a friars hated by la afghan Yuan map the Burton Klud District Ani Fie Sam i ret gee youth imm i r. Bdl Ken pm Raemi Ort

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