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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 20, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio It Eather Vav Barf Kan Taekyu cleanly imbue1b� a Hie and Kel Artty Cly ii Ahi Thor maj. Possibly be Chi Fri in Type retire. She port moult sinter Home edition. Established 1852. Vol. 37. No. In 14 pages Portsmouth Ohio wednesday August 20, 1930 of to Awni Iofi twos three cents a i Hoover Droit remit boar to meet auxiliary members of grocers organize state group today the Monkey and the masses. Or. Ryan All Copper men. Hark hark the lawyers. $250,000,000 in jewels. By Arthur Brisbane copyright Usa kist to two a a a copyright. Imo. King features Lee. What is the average leva civilization among human beings when the Airship r-100 reached eng land returning across the Ocean Civ a gathering of 50-friends and relatives of passengers and Crew Pic a a a few stragglers welcomed the dirigible a return. English attention As concentrated on a Cricket test match., in the Monkey House with donuts on the floor no Monkey would notice the most important arrival. Not even Darwin himself. The Fiance separating tha masses from monkeys is not As great As some Imong the masses imagine. Last week Copper fell to its lowest Price in Twenty years. This nuclei ton is offered to Copper producers. Offer Copper in thin sheets of various thicknesses suitable for flashing and other building and repairing purposes. Sell it to Farmers Householder and others at the lowest profitable Price and unload your surplus. A by get cooperation from mail order Bouses and hardware Tores and advertise a definite Prier fifteen cents a Pound if possible. Tell How Many there Are in i found of thin Copper sheeting and a by it is better than tin of galvanic Iron. The Copper surplus could be disposed of if Copper men would unite ill a really intelligent persistent advertising Campaign using extensively the country weeklies read by Farmers among other mediums. This column would buy a few thousand pounds of Copper sheeting no rely priced to Mai she Sale. Lid make Money on it. B b b the american bar association to meet 3,000 Strong in Chirata this week will hear from its i committee on american Ells Enship that the farm act devised to Ald Farmers is a the first step to a socialistic is it not a terrible menace to our institutions our beloved Constitution and our government by corporations directed by lawyers Bow lawyers discover that the lot is not meant a to provide for the Central it is intended to help the Farmers. There Are Only 20,000,1 no of them so what do they amount to by Vitex not Long ago. The rational government Lent tens of millions to one Brooklyn Street car Contra. Threatened with bankruptcy that helped Only a handful of stockholder and some More or less Hon a promoters of watered Stock and get a Par association com a Uttke peeped. Or mutter he. By i hat Brooklyn concern. About to sell out to the City of new to re which originally paid for the Wilding of its subways protests that two Hundred and Odd millions acred by the City is shamefully inadequate. Nothing like that Ever happened to Armer. B b b three american senators tatting Russia were invited to inspect russians Royal jewels collected through centuries by the czars now ratted by the soviet Worth $250.-<#0,000. No other nations possess such jewels. The senators and others my the jewels lying on the tables guarded by any armed men. Here our Federal Reserve urges 8�?~ pm players to pay by Check bemused ish payrolls Are never Safe. Might learn something Shoat from the a base bib in the regular course of a ties tie fore the War one unit ton tinned on Page eleven temperatures observe Krhin Ramss e Keport a a a Quot in rime at la . Today High. Year ago today High. So re it or to Biff of Katy Hau 8 a. In. Today. 72 Cloudy to partly on partly 04 Cloudy yesterday maximum. St .72 <1874 82 Clear .80 to �4 partly. So Clear. In Clear. �2 Clear. 7� Clear. Partly. 84 Clear. I oar. To Clear. Is partly. 84 Cloudy. A. Cloady. �4 partly. A. A War. .78 Mala. In c. At it Lear. Tekut m to of. 70. 78. 88. 74 iou. 78 it. So. Is. To. 78 Zanesville m front to land 1931 meetings men elect three and reelect one trustee name officers today closes late today past National president comes from Nashville to address Ohio group. Organization of a state Anocia Tion by the auxiliary members election of three new trustee and re election of one by the men and opening of a Campaign by Zanesville delegates to land the 1031 conventions for theft City were principal business features of the tuesday afternoon and wednesday morning sessions of the Ohio grocers and meat dealers association that dotes its 1030 convention wednesday afternoon. The auxiliary members formed a state organization wednesday morning. Officer of the new organisation Are mrs. Homer Mcconkey of Springfield president mrs. In. H. Osborne of Zanesville vice president mrs. Herman Boehle. Of Cleveland Secretary and mrs. Evan r. Gilliland Portsmouth treasurer. There Are 120 charter members in the new organisation representing 14 local auxiliaries of tha state. Previews efforts failed Active worker in the local auxiliaries desiring a state association called a special meeting in the Ardeli wednesday morning. Taking charge tha leaders in thy movement noon had everyone enthused Over prospects of a state organisation and within a Short time the association was formed. Attempts made at several Corent ions to form a state association for the auxiliary failed. Enthusiasm displayed at the first meeting indicates the association will meet with big Success. Watt three directors the new Hoard of directors will organize by electing officers late wednesday afternoon the election being the closing feature of the three Day convention. New trustees elected Are 8. 8. A Tim of Springfield l. 8. Harris of Youngstown and Fred Stitt ringer of Hamilton. R. J. Schoen Beck of Cleveland was re elected. Retiring trustees Are Edward mahr of Springfield h. B. Tufted of Youngstown and Richard Graf of Hamilton. Graf served As treasurer last year. Holdover members of the Board of trustees Are William Post president ii. N. Mcconkey. Secretary 8. J. Britsch of Akron c. Z. Zachman. Of Marion Walter Stets Cincinnati and Henry Mueller of Cincinnati. The Hoard of trustees will meet wednesday and organize by electing officers. John a. Coolie of Nashville past president of the National grocers continued on Page three it Uitti Iii ii in ii Iii Witti a a a a Quot a a a a ii Aiu wait who racers spacial Tahoe tavern calif., aug. 20.�?half of England has been in Scotland half the summer awaiting the arrival of the Duchess of York baby. The scotch Woald get a Long break like that what has caused All the rumpus is that the Prince of Wales has said that if it was a girl baby that he would marry. It just shows what inconvenience some men will put themselves to to prevent a woman from being Queen. The Middle West got rain. Even the lord stand to wait on the republicans forever. Yours will Rogers Laree alcohol ring exposed seven arrested for supplying Washington a retail Bootleg Trade. By the associated press Washington August 20.�?the source of 24,000 Gallons of perfume Aud other legitimate alcoholic products believed converted into Bootleg liquor for consumption in the capital was the object of search today by a special Squadron it prohibition agents. Believing the arrests of seven persons two of them women within the past few Days bad uncovered a Largo alcohol running ring agents turned to Pennsylvania and Maryland to uncover the production Center for Washington s Supply. The Quantity converted was believed to have been disposed of in the past two months. U. A. Heddens in charge of the agents specialising in major con Spur files newest for recount of Ron ton votes attorney for j. A. Lloyd asks Lawrence Board to Check 48 precincts feminine Derby its in race Post necessary Bond deadline for filing application today action taken tuesday night. Application for a recount of ballots cast in the primary election in every one of the 48 precincts in Lawrence county was filed in Ironton late tuesday afternoon by John a. Lloyd City candidate for state senator. Lloyd filed i application with Louis Hailey Elerk of the Law Ranee county Board of elections through his counsel attorney William j. Mayer. Lloyd a demand for a recount la Lawrence county follows the dose fight waged by himself and or. Gao. G. Hunter of Ironton for the Republican nomination for state senator. First reports gave or. Hunter the nomination by seven votes. Monday Acca mistake corrected in Meigs county gave Lloyd a majority of 68 votes. Ballets impounded Lloyd however had started action through Tbs Secretary of states and sunday a representative of Secretary Clarence j. Brown impounded the ballots cast in Lawrence county. A Mats lock and Seal was placed on the vault containing Tim ballots and will remain there until ordered removed by Brown. Monday night representatives of Secretary Brown visited each of the counties in the senatorial District Aud impounded the ballots. The repro sedatives George my Netter and Acy cases said be hoped to a eur Lawrence Lyons arrived in Porta sufficient evidence to permit a my month at 6 a. In. Tuesday and locked m. Doran chief of the of sealed the election office vault dust rial alcohol to cancel any Industrial alcohol permits that might have been abused in supplying Washington s thirst. The washingtonians arrested were said to have brought the alcohol into the City in legitimate form re distilling it Here for Sale to retail bootleggers. The Public health service meanwhile reported itself still palsied by the cause of paralysis cases which spread like an epidemic Over Many sections this year after an adulterated Ginger extract bad been used extensively As a beverage. Months of study has led them to the belief that the alcohol contained in a particular lot of extract might have carried some Poison of the service found Many of the persons stricken had drunk similar preparations for years without appreciable effect. Intensive search Ferric publisher a Imp s l Orn he oar Tea cum4r in tv�?4r Arlt a 4 Cier m Ranly Van Lear a Lack Falls off yacht ships and aircraft conduct vast Hunt for missing Baltimore millionaire. By to associated press new York aug. 20.�?ships and aircraft were called upon today in an intensive search for Yan Lear Black Baltimore publisher financier Ami Globe trotting aviation enthusiast who is believed to have fallen from the rail of bus yacht and drowned off the new Jersey coast monday night. The nary dirigible los Angeles Black s yacht the Saba coast guard vessels other Craft Aud four amphibian planes were assigned to the task. Search by aircraft and ships yesterday proved futile. Governor Franklin d. Roosevelt a Friend of or. Black requested that everything possible be done to pro Mote the quest. The Only possibility that he May be found alive rented in the fact that he is a Good swimmer Aud May have kept himself afloat until picked up by some Small ship. Sitting on nub lie was last seen shortly after 9 o clock monday night 18 Miles South of Ambrose Channel sitting on the Stern rail of i yacht his legs entwined around the guard rails and one hand grasping a stanchion. Ile was smoking a cigarette. That Day he told flown to Newport to see Ida i twin grandchildren. Just born to his daughter wife of Lieut. Albert j. Bolton he had boarded the yacht at the wharf of tha new York yacht Doh foot of to of y Wilth Street. About a us Rock. Shortly after in odor i Valet went on deck to Conand him. Or. It tack could not be found. Lined. Trail re re my eleven bavarian Cabinet resigns following defeat of tax Munich Bavaria aug. 29�?the bavarian Cabinet resigned today after the defeat in the land tag of a Btu which proposed to Levy a special tax on slaughtered livestock. Cattle raising is one of the chief occupations of Bavaria the census of 1928 showing 3,824,972 head. The tax proposed would have placed a duty on Ever Bead killed. _ rail officials co operate Columbus Ohio Angust 20.�? More than 200 officials of seven major railways operating in a radius of 50 Miles of Columbus inspected the roads yesterday with a View to determining possibilities of co operation among the lines official were present from the new York Central c. And of Pennsylvania Hocking Valley. Big four x. And w. And c. G. And St. L. Lines. Braving the treacherous air currents Sof High Raoul gains and risking death of forced Down in the desert these fair pilots Are racing across the country in the Premier event of the year for women flyers Ute National air Derby from Long Beach calif., to Chicago. Left to right Are Margery Doig Danbury Conn. Jean la Bene Chicago Ruth , St. Louis Ruth Barron. Hollywood who made a forced Landing in the desert near Heber aria. Gladys of Donnell Long Beach and Mildred Morgan Beverly Hills. Several feminine aces of the air refused to enter the Derby claiming the limitations placed on Type of planes which could he used denied them Equality with men. A evangelist s Mother daughter hit her in says nose which contains Tbs ballots. The agents worked All night Mon Day and Moi of tuesday impound ing ballots in each county of the Dis trick rests Bani under the new state code any candidate not satisfied with the election May secure a recount by posting $19 a precinct and filing application with the election Board clerk. Boud for the 48 precincts was posted in Ironton tuesday night by attorney w. J. Meyer. Application for a recount Moat be filed within five Days after the election Board announces the official count. The time expires wednesday. The Lawrence county election Board now has ten Days in which to set a time for the recount Aud must Start the recount within to Days according to the new election code. The election Board of Lawrence county will make the recount in the presence of the contested his counsel and another person designated by him. The other candidate for tha office affected by the recount May also be present with counsel and a third Rev. Sheridan accepts Call will become pastor of Lexington ky., Church in september. Word a received wednesday that Rev. Donald m. Sheridan who for the past three and one half years has been preaching at Newton Falls cd had received a unanimous Call As pastor of Tbs Arlington Christian Church Lexington ky., and bad accepted the same. He in to begin his new pastorate Early in september. Rev. Sheridan recently received a scholarship at the College of the Bible. Lexington and Bis new pastorate will enable him to Complete his College work and receive his doctors degree. He visited the Lexington Church one Welt ago delivering two Are Mon. At a meeting of the officials of the Church on monday evening of this week he received the entire vote of the Board even though there were other applicants for the place he expects to move his family to Lexington at the time be takes a his new charge. Many stores Green or Black about kml\coz7&i�hl conflicting reports of illness blindness fights and face lifting. By to am hmm or a los Angeles aug. 20�?tin mystery shrouding Aimee Semple Mcpherson s isolation at the Malibu Beach cottage remained unsolved today As conflicting reports of illness blindness a face lifting operation and a Fristic encounter with Ber Mother flashed Back and Forth. Guards stationed at windows and doors of the cottage mrs. Mcpherson denied herself to All hut a few while from numerous purported official sources emanated statements about her condition. Mrs. Minnie Kennedy Mother of the evangelist undergoing treatment for a broken nose which she says Ber daughter gave her. Issued a demand that mrs. Mcpherson return to Ber pulpit at angelas Temple and show her congregation a the effects of the face lifting operations she says the noted pastor underwent recently. Late last night an official at the Temple announced mrs. Mcpherson a was resting earlier she had been reported in a serious condition from a nervous breakdown and the Board of directors of Angelus Temple asserted a it is True physicians Are greatly concerned for her claimed Taba Blind mrs. Harriet a. Jordan chairman of the Temple Board of directors posted a bulletin in the Church Yard which read a sister Mcpherson is still Blind. No marked improvement. Suffering greatly. Please continue Earnest a few hours previously mrs. Jordan had posted a bulletin stating her Leader had suffered a sinking spell and is near meanwhile in the watch Tower of Angelus Temple where mrs. Mcpherson often has led her flock to Pray for the 111 and dying Many of her followers prayed for Ber recovery. Or. Edward Huntington Williams nerve specialist called to attend mrs. Mcpherson said she was not seriously ill and probably would he completely recovered within a few Days. Or. Williams also refuted reports the evangelist had suffered a nervous collapse. Ile said t he needed rest. Tells of ii fight mrs. Kennedy told her Story of her alleged fist fight with her daughter to newspapermen while she rested in continued on Page eleven Washington aug. 20-Green or Black fingernails and Rose eyeshadow Are in store this fall for the nation s billion spending Beauty seekers of cosmetology s calculations find popular favor. Manicures to match women s costume were named today by j. Ii. Franklin managing director of the organized beauticians of the county As the idles wrinkle in the Beauty game designed to keep american women spending at a record breaking clip. Preparing for a National convention Here of what he claims to be the nations fourth largest Industry making women pretty Franklin was arranging demonstrations of color scheme fingernails Aud a a Beauty Eye shadows. The a smart to the Fluger 11 i a style already started he said is due for a decided fall flair. If hats gloves shoes and bags Are Black said Franklin the fingernails also will he Black and the color of their gloss can tie changed with each costume. Beauty As a my business he said it exactly As old As the Bohr ten years. Its rapid Rise in the Post War decade to a present level of $1,900,900,000 exp Elitude per annul he attributed to the development of the permanent wave machine. Beauty seekers spend annually $800,000,1810 for of Melcs and an added $1,100,000,000 for having them put on. He said. A a lose in court convictions for second degree murder sustained in North Carolina. Him Attar Lair in i Raleigh. N. C., aug. 20�?the North Carolina supreme court today upfield the second degree murder convictions of seven textile Union leaders implicated in the slaying of o. F. Aderholt Gastonia chief of police during strike disorders there last year. Chicago babies switched again by to Tori Tail in Chicago Anent 20 a the Watkins and Bamberger Bable were in new Homes today end three fourths of toe parents it Leal. Thought they were the right Homes the Central figure in toe famous be by switching cute were exchanged Lei night after Cheries Bamberger and is wife hoi derided the Watkines were right to be tending that the tem Camilles had Tim wrong babies. Under Tim watchful Eye it or. Arnold Kegel City Ben irk Toner mrs Over the infant boy she has cured fur for the isl six weeks and mrs. William Watkins to turn Gars her the baby eke had christened a Watkins. They undressed Tim bahts. Changed riot Bing and exchanged Fermata for baby toed. Bath warn in Birned Bath is ides weft a Little the Whit party Almeh hands All or Aal sad the baby problem aft mag a again hut Watkins flaring Bone in a new baht to Ida tonne. Threatened to tangle it All up Agata. Quot they took advantage of my he said. A there would t have liven any Trade if i had been Home. How do we know which i Ile said he might sue the Bamberger the question of parentage is still before the c in. Three followed mood test Finger prints Bone test and court actions. A Committer of experts bended by or. Kegs decided or mat Dee were in the wrong families. Iou the Ramt Wrom insisted they had their a child. Or. Kegel i said Lite original mix up happened in Tai Shim re lug the clothing of the tie ides. The Liau Iberger. After reviewing the finding of the medical Huard of expert finally decided yester Day to give up the baby the wat Klym claimed As their own. With the agreement it the Bamberger to return the baby to the Watkines. Attorney Poser agreed to a the Englewood Hospital where it la claimed the original error was Calhan d on Page Bevent Gulden eagles enjoy banquet in speeches congressman Thos. Jenkins mayor Robert g. Bryan on program. Sessions of the knights of the Golden Eagle and ladles of the Golden Eagle of the state holding their 30th annual grand session Bere wednesday included Bual lieu sessions of each group at to 00 a. Rn., which was open to the Public. At 1 00 p. In. Another business session was on the program and at 8 00 p. In. The ladies secret work initiations and social will he Beld and refreshments will he served at the Junior Hall fifth and Chillicothe streets. Thursday to the last Day of the convention and Only one business session will he held that by the ladies organisation at 10 00 a. To. Until time for adjournment. Yesterday was the opening Day of the convention and More than 250 delegates from ail Over the state gathered for the three Day session. Business meetings were held by both the knights and ladles of the Golden Eagle in the morning and afternoon. The knights used the red menus Hall. Third and Washington streets and the ladies used the or. O. V. A. M. Hall at fifth and Chillicothe streets. A banquet was held last night at the first Christian Church. Talks were made by several of the officers. Mayor Robert g. Bryan made the welcoming address. Among the speakers were congressman Thomas Jenkins of Ironton supreme chief William Hooven of Wilmington. Dei. Grand Templar Emma Aker of Dayton past Templar mrs. Lena Ruffier of Columbus past grand Templar mrs. Belie trifle of Bellaire past grand Templar mrs. Jessie Stewart of Niles and mrs. K. K. Veiler of Marion. Tonight s session will be Beld in the red menus Hall at third and Washington. Zarmui concern official injured c. M. Willett s automobile struck by bus on Chicago a South Parkway. Or the a hmm Tress Chicago. Aug. 29-41. M. Willetts vice president of Armour and company was injured Iier Bope fatally and 20 passengers of a greyhound tines in from Kalamazoo mich., to Chicago were shaken up to a collusion Between the bus Aud Willetts Auto note on Houth Parkway today. Willetts la of years id. His Skull la belie veil to have Bern fractured. The col list of resulted when the Willett chauffeur made a left turn directly in the path of toe to. None id the passenger to the Tow a injured severely wench to require medic i attention. A. Reger of Chicago Driver it the bus Vabel fee first session of c0mu1ee called today preliminary Steps in Relief program to be taken up by members situation a cute All members except californian to attend opening conference. By to Anim Ltd to Washington aug. 20.�?president Hoover called the first meeting of his National drouth com halon for late today it the White Houch. The meeting is for the purpose of organisation and consideration it preliminary Steps la the drouth Relief program. All member of Tbs committee except Henry m. Robinson to Angela banker. Will attend the meeting. Governor w. J. Holloway. Of Oklahoma telegraphed the president today that his state had perfect a stat wide drouth committee and was planning county committee All of which would cooperate with the Federal government. The department of agriculture reported today that while Raina thie week had brought material Relief to Many Loesl cities. Numerous sections were largely Carn crap better deterioration of the Corn crop was said to Hare been checked to most sections by frequent showers and Roo weather Quot hut material improvement in the development Wilt apparently is Harvest of Small grains is now largely completed. Temperature were moderate in the Eastern Cotton Belt hut continued abnormally High in the West Wollt local showers were rather general East of the Mississippi River. In the Western Belt the drouth has been mostly intensified by continued High temperature and Lack of rain. A the week brought the beat Rains in a Long time to Large Routhy areas. The most substantial being in Kentucky parts of West Virginia southwestern Indiana Southe Tafani and much of Northern Del not extreme Eastern and southwestern Iowa mock of Routh Dakota. Nebraska and Kansas rather generally in Missouri North Centra and part of Western Tennessee much of Arkansas extreme northeastern Oklahoma Eastern Mississippi and More generally in Alabama a the report said. Area unrelieved a extensive areas Are. However largely unrelieved. These include most of Ohio. New York Michigan Minnesota. Much of Montana extreme Western Tennessee Southern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana and most of Oklahoma and Texas. In these sections crops continued to deteriorate Betta the Middle Atlantic area there was Aoma Relief by Light local showers and mock cooler in the Southern portion of the Corn Belt the crop was so far gone before tha Raina cant that Only a limited amount of the late planted in Bottom land can receive actual Benefit the report continued while in other considerable arca Only a checking of deterioration la apparent. In Ohio the crop has received Little or on Relief and much la being Cut tee silage. Home improvement is reported in Indiana and Corn Bas been helped in parts of Illinois while in the gnat Plains states from the Northern third of Kansas northward to South Dakota. Milch Corn Baa been materially benefited. Hira College prexy succumbs or. Miner Lee Bates for 21 years guided fortunes of school. By to Abib Hijii pm Cleveland. Aug. 20.�?dr. Miner Lee Bate who for 21 years guided the fortunes of Little Hiram College died last night after an Hines of to Days. A was i years old. Or. Bate had been in ill health for some Tim and resigned As president it Hiram College last november to accept a Christian disciples pastorate at Kinston. N. C., on the advice of physicians that a change of climate might better his condition. He was stricken a few weeks Aga while driving with mrs. Bates to spend several Days with former appellate judge Frederick a. Henry it Granges Lake. Fie was rated for at the Henry Home for several Days before he we removed to women s Hospital. His aaa. Edition steadily grew wore and he was unconscious most of toe time. Or. Bate was born at Fairfield. Mich., a 1800 and began becoming president of Hiram in 1008. Effendi the University of Kentucky. Columbia University. Transylvania University sad Hiram and held a number it pastorale. He served congregation at Newark and Warren. A East Orange. N. A a a and new York. He reviving Are Al widow. Elaine. If n Arrand marriage two aaa. Or. Taylor Bates cd Detroit who a i is bedside and the Ber heal betas a missionary in the Phui Pudner. And n daughter. Mrs. Cameta wife it e Wooster Colter profs Sisr. My fill wife. Or. Georgia Toner Sham of Taffy six years Aga. Funeral unto Aff or Higi Hiram Friday s w m questioning Willetts i Juria

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