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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather and Ken Taekyu general sunday with moderate Hwy to wind aet Modi in temper Tare. Jav fair than sire Orts Raoul Munday strata nope till in ii Ami a a hmm the ammo it Mthr the habit readmit my to. 12. No. 20 32 pages Portsmouth. Ohio sunday Augustio. 1930 is Amr plane crashes in Chicago streets Federal government and railroads assist Farmers officials take no Wiete step to give help governors make ready to attend meeting called by president Hoover situation serious american red Cross orders All chapters to stand by for work. Both an dam pm Washington an. help baud the Federal government la the nations railroads reached t today to assist the drought Strick Farmers with reduced freight is As president Hoover and the Jeriean red Cross kept constant a the situation with a View steading further Relief. The first Concrete step to Ald the Ilion farm families in the most piously affected areas in a dozen ates was taken by the interstate Commerce commission in special order it notified railroads they could lace in effect immediately reduced rates livestock feeds and water without observing the provisions he transportation act. Official Confer president Hoover late in the Day inferred at his Rapidan River Lodge 0 Virginia with Secretary Hyde and craps c. Stone vice chairman he Federal farm Board and was in instant touch with the White House a Telephone. The agriculture Secretary and . Tone were called to the Camp by . Hoover for a discussion latest Prelop neuts. Hyde took with him la tot reports the situation rom county agents in the drought coins while Stone was prepared to re Hie presidents first hand Pierre conditions in Kentucky South 1 Indiana and Southern Ohio the two officials were expected to Bain overnight either at the Iloo a Lodge one nearby maintained Ca i net fliers. Hie american Heil Cross took Epi same the Long dry spell by a ending a message to it 3,500 Chap to a stand by and be ready to in Quot Call from the chief executive. Tin message said continuance the abnormally High temperatures eight mean conditions disaster proportions in a restricted area and mho Rich the chapter chairman to let their own initiative in Supply-r.2 Relief. Meanwhile messages acceptance a president Hoover s invitation to a a met knee by governors the brought a Ricken states Here next thursday in Gan coaching the White la we. Three the 12 governors mud Reed Kansas Parnell a . Ami Uoo it . Ohio had replied during the Day Aud the others a ire expected to follow Over the a week and. The Man i Gge the farm Loard edified Washington from Caldwell Hii. That he was hurrying Here by a rail and air plane to attend the bite House conference. In a a Tate Merit is fore his departure the Hoover Camp. Secretary Hyde said the economic effects he drought Etui the benefits hat might be attained by the organization it Farmers to control crops. I i added however lie did not share a he feeling a that tills terrible drought v a meting to Aine Iran agric us ire. Either in disguise in any a Ariti devastation whole groups counties and Large areas rub id the ruin thousand shot rival lady Owen French Horn wife sir Theodore Charles Owen shot and wounded in Versailles France wife . Paul Gasquad French radiologist in the Climax a triangular drama. St. Louis pair nearing record Mierse a lie said a does not Appeal . Quot nit i 1 desirable thing no Mal a what economic results it May pave in Baring away the acc Inu Mir Plum panic averted in train crash killed. Many Hurt a9 elevated cars collide twitch blamed. By the amm util 1�?~lth i Alii i. Aug. 0.�?a three car Elk re a i Quot to carrying nearly too Persona no i the by it a rent died into a work a Day killing one Man. Injuring a a Quot it a singers and creating near Albir a i m a Trangelo. An employee the Rvay a . Was killed. Two those if Ann Mccaffery. 25 11 so a i Van Schwic. A it a to a throw a switch Clearing the a a is Mamed for the Accident. A and mrs. Lindbergh Tomaine summer Home m. Thav5r3�rr�. To Irlie a. A Ludberg ail i u1 . Lindbergh s new biplane landed late Felt Field ambassador to marrow s summer estate x i flight from Hicksville. A a couple mid it it two stops at i owl i. Mum., for r at port Hind for Oil. The did not make the Jackson and brine have until wednesday to pass my Mark. By the Aster ated pre it. Louis aug. 0.�?with the motor their endurance monoplane greater 8t. Louis reported working a better than Ever Quot Dale Jackson and Forest brine tonight entered the 20tli night their flight in an Effort to regain the world s refuelling record. At 7 11 p. Rn., Portsmouth time they had been in the air 467 hours. A saturday is Day for Aetna Folk hut just the 20th Day for us Quot jacks said today Over the planets radio. A the motor is running better than Ever and it looks like we will make it 30 Days and 30 Jackson complained about the intense Lieut. He believed be had lost 25 pounds since the Start the flight. Despite the heat Large crowds continued to visit Lambert it Louis Field Over which Jackson and Blue Are flying Many the visitors making donations to the flight fund which a approximately $3,000 tonight after the weekly salaries the refuelling Crew and others Aud fuel charges had been paid the weekly payroll amounts to about $1,000 and will increase slightly each week until the end the flight since the plane now is using considerably More gasoline and Oil than at the Start. still in the air wednesday morning Jackson and brine will equal the 534 hour record the Hunter Brothers established at Chicago lust month. Forstr edicts ten month tear says problem in motor Industry is to provide steady work. By Tim assert press Windsor oat., aug. 9.�?a ten months working year in the motor car Industry a predicted by Henry Ford in a copyrighted interview printed today in the Border cities Star. A the problem challenging us most today is How to control Industry so Hist workmen will have steady employment Quot he said. A what it will comr to in the motor car Industry is a ten months Industrial year. The summer month Are not Good months to be working in factories. People need a change. A a Snell an adjustment will take time. course because the workers a Well As the manufacturers will have to adapt themselves to such a schedule. But we have accomplished things notably the eight hour Day end the five Day week. he continued. A is not a natural phenomenon hut the visible result ignorance economic health new Canadian government. He said he could Ace no reason for objecting to such increase. A i am not a Tariff advocate in the United states Quot he explained a a inf the situation is different Here. United state him lug tree Are in their maturity to oin i Thev Are in the formative stage it higher Tariff will Foster Industrial a i to Parent who can object Quot through Nerease production a the Industry grows he mid. Automobile prices conk he reduced in Canada. At present be Seal it costs More to make ears in Canada than in the United states because the mete degree mass production has Mot been attained. Marion under Mutia guard after hang my soldiers patrol streets Indiana City with fixed bayonets anticipate crisis four witnesses questioned by Board inquiry about mob act. By the associated press Marion ind., aug. 0�?anticipating a crisis in the tenseness that Bas gripped Marlon since thursday night when a frenzied mob avenged a be murder a White youth and a Crim Inal assault upon his Fiancee by Lynching two negroes the Lawn the Grant county court House state militiamen patrolled the streets tonight with loaded rifles and fixed bayonets. Meanwhile a Board inquiry co Napes Eil state and county off dais had taken Steps to prosecute and convict those responsible for the dual hanging. The official met this morning and prepared to bring prosecution under Indiana a Law which provides the death penalty for anyone convicted having taken an Active part in a Lynching. The Board inquiry which was formed today following several conferences yesterday is composed Karl h. Stroup and Merl m. Wail Deputy attorneys general prosecutor Harley f. Hardin Grant county sheriff Jacob Campbell and police chief Lewis Lindermuth. Four witnesses were heard by the Hoard today and the officials inspected the county jail where the mob demolished heavily barred doors and Tore locks from Tim Walls in order to gain Entrance. Reports that the bodies Thomas Shipp and Abe Smith 19-year-old negro youths who were the victims the Lynching Woald be brought Hack from Muncie tonight contributed to some tenseness As the usual saturday night crowds gathered. The Boti tee were taken to Muncie the morning after the hanging and were the cans some demonstrations in that City last night and officials feared an outbreak might occur there. Hardin expressed doubt today Over the probability obtaining convictions in Grant county perpetrator the Lynching. A i feel sure that indictment May in a obtained but convictions look doubtful to me a be said. Note resumed i Horst Story detectives Case by to Assenat pm Akron. O., aug. 9.�?chief detectives Edward j. Mcdonnell Akron convinced that recent developments in tile Horst investigation merited prompt action by authorities Here announced late thu afternoon after an hour s conference with de Mills marshal Rittman that he would devote his personal attention to the Case. A there Are angles that must be checked and verified Here and elsewhere in the state before i can make any predictions said Mcdonnell Quot but such facts As Mills has conveyed to me clearly warrant carrying the investigation Mill said that he had been directed by county prosecutor Marion Graven at Wooster to Confer with Mcconnell and to acquaint him with All the details information concerning a new theory explaining the disappearance Melvin Horst in Orrville december 27, l j28. Appeal death sentence by the Assenat Tress new Castle pa., aug. for mrs. Irene Shrader and w. Glenn Hague indicated late today that they would Appeal from a sentence death imposed the couple tor the slaying last december a state Highway patrolman. Thomas w. Dickey said he and Benjamin Jarrett would Appeal to the slate supreme court Aud possibly seek a commutation sentence from the governor. A we see no grounds at present whereby the Appeal could be carried beyond the state court a Dickey said. Via a a Quot one Hie news to Bride Pomeroy Ohio August when Pearl Devault is Gallipolis told the Meigs county marriage License clerk that be had been married three times before it was news to his prospective Bride miss Edna half Lett 26, Middleport and. As a result she called off the wedding. Nogales flood takes life toll River traffic hampered by water Levels Mississippi hits lowest Mark the year situation serious Ohio remains open government dredges fight to keep channels open in spite drought. By the associate Tress St. Louis aug. 9.�?drained by heat and drought a role Man River barely i rolling along. The normally Broad expanse the thundering Mississippi Oft times treacherous and destructive has narrowed Down to a comparatively Small Channel through which the tamed Waters gently move contrasted with its usual murkiness the River has become almost Clear in places. The father Waters and virtually All la tributaries Are at their lowest stages to years. Many the smaller streams and Springs that fed them have been entirely dried up. The Mississippi in july set 70 year Low water by re for that month. Serif to navigation Tim effects navigation have become serious sensing much curtailment in bulk shipments but a Survey today showed the Low stages have led to total abandonment River traffic in but cases. River men and shippers see Little in the situation to cause alarm since government observers say navigable streams in the drought have reached stationary Levels and will drop Little More regardless whether not the drought la broken soon. For the last few weeks govern ment dredges have fought desperately to keep channels open in the Mississippi Ohio Illinois and Missouri and to a great degree have succeeded. Lite Mississippi remains open in navigation All along its reaches but bulge Barge line traffic the lower River South from by. Louis normally heavy this time year with movement Grain has been curtailed considerably because shallow channels. Some the deeper draft barges and steamers have been unable to get through. Barge companies have warned shippers that Channel condition might interfere with schedules. Express Aud Racket service is being largely maintained conditions along the upper Mississippi to by. Paul Are reported much More favourable. Service to Alton he had been crippled but this week government dredges completed digging a to foot Channel through a Sand bar to reopen the Harbor. The stage the Mississippi at St. Louis was 2.2 feet above the arb teary a Aero Quot Mark set As a Low water stage. This is the lowest record except to december 1917, when the water dropped to 3.1 feet below the Aero Mark. At Aero the St. I i Harbor has a dependable Channel eight feet and deeper. Stages All along the Mississippi and its tributaries now Are noir a Aero Quot Marks. We emits it a no a a i Miemi a Enece a we Audi stautis wreckage at Nogales Mexico after a flood had struck that town and Nogales aria taking a toll nearly a score lives is shown in this associated press telephoto. Foundations houses washed Sway shown above and damage to business buildings below. Dank bonked by a desperate Man hazardous Tiffin o., aug. A watching Blacksmith even in these Days blacksmithing depression la a a ardous occupation Walton Jamison 17, believes. Young Jamison who live at Sycamore. Mouth Here lost the sight bus left Eye today when a splinter steel struck i eyeball and penetrated to the optic nerve. The steel flew from a Bor a Blacksmith was hammering. Vice president and unknown a a Bandit killed in explosion. By the associated pros fort Worth. Tex Mig by a nitroglycerine bomb dropped Tho floor the stockyards National Hank by a stranger who had demanded a $10,000 loan today killed Fred l. Pel ton vice president an i cashier Aud the unknown Man who sought the Money. The Bank situated Exchange Avenue in the packing House District was wrecked l. W. Marshall assist ail cashier was seriously Hurt Aud Clifton Magers 8, was Cut by flying Glass. About 30 other employees and customers escaped injury. The stranger entered the Bank currying a Satchel Aud approached the desk w. L. Pier president the Hank. Wanted Money quirk i need $10,000,&Quot he told pier. I am desperate. I want the Money Quick. There is a Price my head and i do not care what happens to me. There is nitroglycerine in tills he warned Mer not to Call inc police. Pelion had engaged the stranger in conversation while Mer went into a Money Cage Aud told u Teller to count out $10,000 in currency. While the president a telephoning tin i it Altce the explosion occurred. Mer and planned to give the $10,000 to the Man and have the Pollee attempt to capture Bim outside the building. Emergency police officer Benson and Lehay answered pier s summon. They walked into the Bank and lieu son said when he loosened the pistol in by Holster he Sun the Man take from i Satchel a two ounce bottle and throw it to the floor. Writes death note while Mer was having the Money counted a few minute before the explosion the stranger wrote a not a Deposit slip. It said a i have sister in Phoenix the note was found some time later. Hie bodies Pelton Aud the bomber were badly mutilated by the blast. Office fixtures were strewn about the mom As though a Tornado had struck Aud Money and checks were scattered. Father tried to kill crippled son out mercy by the Assort to i Wausau wis., aug. 0.�?a Farmer who had planned to kill and Bury Bis crippled son in a grave scooped out with Bis hands was taken today to the state Hospital for the insane. Charles Smrstik told the county judge bus plan was promoted by desperation for Money to feed his eight Motherless children. His wife had died a Mouth ago a son 6. Had fallen from a tree and broken an Arm. There was no Money to doctor. The injured boy called for his Mother incessantly. Meronk decided to kill him he told the court. Three nights straight he took him to a cemetery in the town Galloway to prepare him for death. Neighbor called police. Beside a newly dug grave two feet in depth which Meronk had scooped out with his hands they found him rest ing from his efforts. A officers came up the Hoy stirred Awakening from sleep and asked a papa Why Don t you shoot me i m so tired i want to go to Meronk told his Story in court yesterday. It was his plan after burying the boy. To kill himself. Although he failed the children will be cared for. Charitable organisations have taken charge them. Ii a Quot int dast two find miming Man 8anduhky, o., aug. 9�?william Page 65, Sandusky who Bud been missing two Day was found it Cedar Point today wandering about in c delirious state and with his wrist Cut. Ile told a Story an attack by robber. Police said they believed he was a victim the Lieut. His condition i not considered serious. Air plane built fur submarine folding Craft designed for storage in Hull under sea ship. By to a a a a elated pm Washington. Aug. 9.�?navy official expect a submarine aircraft Carrier to he an accepted fact by december with the completion a folding plane to be housed within the twill undersea Craft aeronautics experts today explained the new plane would be a Low winged monoplane flying boat. Its wings will be detached while it is housed in a Large tank just below the deck the submarine. To launch the plane the undersea boat rises to the surface where Wing Are fitted in place. As the submarine submerge the plane is left floating ready to go. To take the plane Back Al Rard the aft portion the Auh Marine will be submerged the plane will climb up this natural ramp to the deck where its wings will be quickly detached and the plane lowered info compartment just before the submarine foe under. President physically fit after 56 years by to a state pow Orange. Va., a. physically vigorous after 17 months is the White House president Hoover tomorrow will observe his 56th birthday anniversary. In the coolness his Virginia Mountain Lodge where be is secluded Over the week end. A simple Observance the occasion a Beta planned. A big cake with candles is ready for the dinner table and mrs. Hoover and tile guests. Who accompanied them for the excursion. Will present the president with their gifts at the table. Although Captain Joel t. Bootie the White House physician believes the president is in better physical condition than when be took the oath office in March. 1929, the months Strain . Hoover has undergone with Congreve la session most the time have not left him unmarked. Friend who have seen him recently after an absence Oto Tbs have commented upon the new Linen traced in by face Aud the White hair above Bis Temple where Only Gray was visible when he entered the Whit House. Two Seton . Boon mid. Have contributed to the maintenance Tho president s health. A simple routine existence outside the office and Reg alar exercise. Mince Early in his term when the a Medicine Hall Cabinet Quot was organised for Piny each morning the chief executive to missed his game Only a few times with the exception sundays. For years before coming to the White House he bed taken no regular exercise Aud new a Muscles Are firmer Aud he has lost about 15 pounds excels weight. Three other factors have aided the Whit House physician in keeping . Hoover fit. The Long lines handshakes that daily filed by previous presidents has been abolished by . Hoover and the Cooling system installed a the executive offices after the Christmas eve fire permit him to work eight hours a Day longer without discomfort from the blistering summer heat. La addition be gets much relaxation in his week end trips to Virginia. An ardent Motorist this res Dent enjoys the Tbs a hour ride to i Lodge which won1 leave most persons tired. There shielded from interruptions be gets a change routine that sends Bim Beck to the capital refreshed for the work the week. Tabu user Etlou he works Many hours during the week end tripe but with Breaks in Between for rest and play that relieve the weariness. The life the hoovers in the White House is As simple almost As their recreation at the Virginia Camp. the sound moving picture equipment installed last year in one the upper a tis it the White House they twice a week see news movie reels and occasionally a drama. Attempts to regulate bus life for the preservation his health Hare failed however to break one outstanding is by to . Floored invariably awakes in the Middle the night and then Doe his heaviest Reading delving into scientific works articles upon preheat Day problems. He studies until he become drowsy and finally reads himself to sleep with a detective Story. The Only time Given by him to Light Reading. Vulcan chances Given out nere two new officials join organization col. A. L. Mercer announces. It was announced at the general office the Vulcan corporation Portsmouth. That Harry t. Bristow and Henry Merdes jr., have joined he Vulcan corporation. . Bristow will be located at the general office in Portsmouth Aud . Merdes will represent the Vulcan to ration in new York. Col. A. L. Mercer stated saturday that . Bristow will serve As a general representative lasts and Wood heels. He will work with the several Vulcan manager and salesmen in the several Vulcan territories. . Bristow a with Wright a Peter a retail shoe firm in Rochester. N. I. For several years. After hit service in the Haniah Ameri can War. He a with Krentler in Detroit Empire last co. Rochester Bunton last co. Boston Stuart last co., Beverly in Busine for hot self several years and finally with Goodwin Bros. Having been in the shoe and last business All his life practically. . Bristow is thoroughly experienced with men a women s and children s last a Well As with Wood heels. . Merdes is peculiarly fitted for i new position As stylist because his experience in managing retail stores for the regal shoe cd. The forty second Street. New York store for i. Miller and the Queen Quality Boot shop in new York a Well a Hia shoe buying experience with Stern Bro and f. A r. A Izairi co., department store. After contacting All Vulcan plants and customer. . Merdes will he permanently located in new York Edify to serve Voles n lest and Wood Heel wet Omer. Prison Tomk Shari Piot Jill he passengers Craft killed ship Falls into illuminating Gas tank bodies not recovered Pilot blinded by rain lived tear Isas used by to assail the free Auburn n. A. Aug. 9.�?auburn prison scene rioting last year a bedlam for a while today when a convict broke from guards and climbed a grilled window five stories above the ground. He broke the panes is be climbed Ami shouted repeatedly a they re murdering us a a Ilia Erie brought a crowd into the Street outside while inside. The inmate raised a cry that a suppressed Only by the Nae ammonia the climbing convict Clung just under the roof while guard used tear Gas and fire Hose in an Effort to dislodge him he finally climbed Down the Promise Given through the re. F. G. Straub a priest that he would not be beaten. He was taken to the prison Hospital bus arms badly rut by the Glam he broke refuse to lift Street fair ban new Boston councilmen change mind about repeal ordinance. A Street fair operator called new Host councilmen the last couple Days and had what be thought a majority councilmen in favor a re it Eui the ordinance prohibit. Lug Street fairs. A Sirach no meeting was culled saturday night to Cost Sider repeal mid the motion Council voted a tie. 3 and 3. Mayor j. L. Fill lion refusing to vote. A proposed ordinance provide for a $50 a Day License. The Street fair manager made the proposition paying a License firing 35 per cent a proceed to a milk fund for Childre. Plane went into Tail spin before crash fail to identify dead. Chicago aug. 9.�?a Pilot and two passengers a Small Cabin piano Are believed to have perished late today when their ship crashed into the top a huge in nominating gag tank and fell a crumpled Heap into 40 feet water which Tho tank floated. From bits wreckage the piano was tentatively identified As a mom plane which had left the municipal Airport a Short time before with Pilot Orvill Suchy at the stick taking two passengers for a pleasure ride Over the City. Pilot blinded by Bain the idiot is thought to have been blinded by the deep gloom and driving rain that fell Over the City shortly after 3 30 p. In. The plane hit the Mammoth tank with a terrific Impact. As the puncture released the Gas within Tho tank the plane settled Down into Tho Well water. The site was at Elston and division streets about three Milos from downtown Chicago. The tank was used by the people s Gas. Light and Coke co., to store illuminating Gas. # a Bridge tender said he saw Tho Plune go into a sudden tailspin and drop As though it might have been struck by lightning. He said he a no Oue drop from the ship although a Painter working a nearby roof. 11 0light he saw someone attempt futilely to leap in a Parachute. The Gas tank 1,000,000 Coble foot capacity contained about 790,-000 cubic feet illuminating Gas. According to w. G. Redd vice president the people Gas. Light and Coke co. There was no danger a explosion even if the plane had Bee in flame. In event the latter situation the Gas might have ignited Arni burned but would not have sex plod cd. Be stated because Tho Gas itself. Is not explosive material from entering. To Hearth for Bodle it would he necessary to pump a1 the water lie fore the plane could lie raised. . Redd said. This Woald take from to to Al hours. If How. Ever no explosive material a found it was planned to rip off the top the tank Aud go after the wreckage and bodies with grappling hordes. The tank i constructed thin Sheet and is so built that the open in Tom floats a urge writ water preventing escape the a. As More a is admitted the tank rises in its Frame and when Gas is let nut. It sinks. The huge puncture made by the crashing plan caused the Gas to Rush out in a few moments and drop Rad tile emptying tank int its Well. . Redd said damage to the tank would not exceed $15,000. It was reported that the two pea senders were women. Ohio Farmers Fage disaster rain if it comes will not keep crops from being Complete loss. By the Airn rials frill Wilmington o., aug. Tip driven to despair penniless and pleading for work to provide food for their families scores Clinton county Farmers face Tbs Stark reality a Battle for existence As the prolonged drought holds their lends la its grip. Clinton county often celled the Quot Garden Eden Ohio Quot hag change. I my weeks sweltering heat without respite in burned and shrivelled vegetation. Crop have been ruined and now pasture have burned out and water is scarce. Rain if it does come now will de Little Good the banners say and spasmodic showers offer them no encouragement. Their Corn la stunted with Blades shrivelled by the intense beat and Uek moisture is too far gone and pastures dose cropped by underfed livestock and fumes from the rays the Sun cannot be saved. The wheat yield wee fair hut Farmer were pressed far Money and they sold la from the Throe hets for 75 Conte a Bushel the lowest Price Al Many years. Com will Rodeo Lese the half a crop even with needed rain. Livestock in Betag thrown in the markets la Greet Volu Aee muck it underfed because the banners Here a feed with which to attempt preparing the animals far Market. Tom Mumm viaduct paths pm tract j. P. Pettyjohn contractor Hafl Dong the Chillicothe Street overhead croon lug has sublet a contract to Freytag Brothers this Riff for the the viaduct Ani approx rim Brick in Concrete. The will nut he paved Antu late hut the viaduct Vatu Hopa As the general contractor dates i work

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