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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - December 7, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The. Weather eked and monday. Not a rec 4 it m i wait. I a pm a Rev to new to if Vav my so a re tooth Munday kitties All americans to Timm Emmos today its i it Isufi Alt to Mriela fast bail Las Ai Rby to a foe Tobt Amov Risiti tvs in ii no. F7 poets Iol the Ohio 81ndat, do Kun blk 7, 1830 32 packs fins cents distribute $987,000 notre Dame wins National title by crushing trojans i too fans see need less than $6,000 biggest upset to reach fund goal in Grid Story Ock s rough riders Stampede giants from Pacific slope Lay brilliantly Connor Caredio Brill and Schwartz spread terror among trojans. Al Pauk Zimm Urman serrated press sports writer los a no elks. Dec. 6.�?rockne�?Ts i i hiders from notre Dame j Hirid marvelous interfere a staffed their last wild charge he season and trampled Sotito i it i fornia into a 27 to 0 defeat Paul a a Buckys Connor transplanted from half Back to full and i Wise Enate few irishmen a the youth who spread the alarm p the trojans with Marty Brill and kit Schwartz galloping Cloae i it bus Side. Their mad dashes struck terror in ranks coach Howard Jones a Liao eleven and carried the invade pm troop from South Bend through nineteenth straight Triumph in glorious seasons. Unlike their ancestors Mythol a. The men Troy could find no i. Tor to Lead the vaunted offence \ to. Result that through sixty no notes nerve shattering spectacle Tore Dames goal was never so Inch As threatened. Defeat brought the number re a Ris to four Southern Calili ii against one Victory in its no ii. Erie. It was the most a pm in Troung either team Ever j cd in the animus the inter in tonal play. fans dazed More than 90,000 frantic football shouted Ami groaned the startling fray which Ila i coach Rockne a Ramblers As a it am the greatest eleven the sultry has seen in a decade. Southern californians dashing found their interference Fra i . The Rushing Rock be line v i ti., a Stoa v attack was pierced ii 1 11 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 a t i i 1 1 it 1 i i 1 in today and tomorrow remain in which to secure s5956 if needed sum $74,756 is to be raised special gifts committee turns in $33,497. On the verge Success for the first time in years Portsmouth welfare fund workers saturday night were planning a a Zelean a pm As they neared the close the Campaign the drive seeking a goal $74,756, will end monday night with a Victory dinner in first Christian Church recreation room. A Complete Check subscriptions to Date by treasurer c. E. Nodler and Hla assistant late saturday revealed that exactly $68,799.18 had been pledged. This left $5,956.32 to he subscribed sunday and monday. Belief that the drive will be a Stie Cess Bat that it will mean that every worker and every citizen Mast cooperate was Hel Ltd by leaders the welfare association saturday night. A i feel that we Are going Over the col. A. L. Mercer Campaign chairman said a but i am not overconfident. I realize that we must have every Dollar we can get. A Many persons have not As yet Given. We urge them to give something to put to bal great civic Effort Over to make it a Success. The office the welfare fund Campaign in the Kroker building sixth Street a ust off Chillicothe Street will be open All Day monday and the workers there will be More than Happy to receive any contribution. A a we re near Siv Cess but were still got a fight our bands. The Industrial division has worked hard and is exhaust Long its possibilities. Most the non resident corporations have been solicited and the special committee has Only one two More prospects. As a result it is up to the team workers to get most be balance needed from those who have not yet Given those whom they believe can be induced to raise their the figures late saturday reveal continued Page 19 school prefect halts n. D. Student Rush hot the halal re free Huth Bend. Dec. 6�?a student ii titration in Celebration Noire Dame a Victory Over with Chi California was abruptly Lull 1 i Here tonight by a school perfect. Mounting an improvised Rou Truna in front a theater the youths Quot a re Nim ring to Rush. The perfect in a few cryptic sentences informed the gathering a such things Are not done by notre Dame _ l l gathering quickly it to 11 a 1 i i Villi constant interceptions by the a Iury defense when touchdown torches seemed Well underway. Notre dome s attack was so Haf list a a that at no time could the Tropin defense organize itself against l i Topp Tohle assault. From the a Art the re was no doubt As to the Quot uvula. Notre Dame walked right Quot the Field from the opening Southern California Rose to a threat and held for Downs a lad pass from the Trojan Cen . St Ingy Williamson was recon Alvin Culver. Irish tackle 1,1 it first play. I Ira to touchdown Early Kil a Flash the riders charged. Cd Quot Artz flipped an la Yard pass to i�?T1 c a video quarterback who red the remaining eight Yards a bed to Trojan bands and the Quot As won. Only a few plays later that s Long eventful journey re brought the second touch Southern California bad i Well into notre Dame Terri in Marshall Outfield. Trojan r. Recovered a bad pass from and displaying a marvelous recount ends sheriff ficht friends Shonkwiler not satisfied but Lack funds for litigation. Re election sheriff Maurice j. Caldwell Republican by a recount will not be contested in the courts by Floyd d. Shonkwiler Democrat according to announcement made saturday by Shonko Llero a supporters. While Shonkwiller s supporters Ara not satisfied with the recount they say it will Cost too much Money to litigate the recount. Before the recount coaids lie changed by court procedure fraud would have to be proven. To charge and prove fraud it would be necessary to engage handwriting experts Width would Cost Between $100 and $200 a Day. Democrats said. E. C. Hood clerk the election Board said the time allowed by Luw for a protest the recount Bas expired closing the doors to a Legal contest., Shonkwiler was declared elected by official precinct count a majority 60 votes. On the recount Caldwell gained 77 votes and was declared Winner by a majority 21 votes. In one Ward a change 42 votes was made in Caldwell a favor. Shonkwiller s Only comment was that he could not believe 90 per cent the precinct workers made errors it Mustang the votes election Day. President Hoover sees marines win my the aum rated in Reaa Washington dec. 6.�?president Hoover today took the afternoon off and saw the Marine corps football team defeat the coat guard 7 to 0 in a Charity game attended by approximately 20.000 people. The president left the White House after an Early lunch and arrived at Griffith stadium half an hour before the game began in order to witness an intricate Drill executed by 1,200 Quantico marines. He and mrs. Hoover unable to see satisfactorily from their front line seat moved Hack several tiers to witness the Drill. When the game began they came Back to their Box wrapped themselves in heavy fur rags and remained anti the final whistle. Mir it Itne in Iii a ii i Ltd Iii Iurii Iii Iti Antii in ii Iii likes clerking by the a Atolia Ted Prthu san Francisco dec. 6�? there a More Romance behind a grocery store counter than in railroading for Jack shop son Paul Shoup president the Southern Pacific railway. Young Shoup a graduate Stanford and Columbia adversities is a clerk in a Calin grocery store in san Francisco. And be likes it. A Bat a More his father approves. The elder Shoup began his upward climb in railroading As a Telegraph operator. A the Romance has gone out Railroad a Yonng Shoup said. A the pioneering has All been done. In this business it a just students Burn City Riis Driver Holdup victim Drunken Man flashes Small gun and escapes with $100 in Cash tickets. A Drunken Bandit armed with a Small pistol Beld up Albert Arn 1 567 Robinson Avenue bus Driver for the Portsmouth Public service company at 10 45 saturday night and escaped with a loot estimated at More than $100. The Holdup occurred at Harmon and Charles streets. Staggering under the influence liquor and weight the bus Money Box. The Bandit escaped at the Eastern end Charles Street. Police i searched the Vicinity in vain for the robber and Money Box. Leonard Chapman 2019 seventh Street who a standing the cute Corner witnessed the Holdup thought Arn was ejecting a drunk from the bus. Ile said the Bandit took about five minutes to execute the Holdup. Arn who operates the Jackson Street bus the night shift is scheduled to arrive at Harmon and Charles Street the Eastern terminal at 10 45. Ile arrived a few minutes Early and stopped his bus the North East Corner to await scheduled time. As be opened the Bas door the Man. With gun in band stepped from behind a Telephone pole and ordered Arn to leave the bus. Arn stepped outside and the highwaymen searched continued Page 19 a a 400 persons to be Given Exira work j Chi department stores add special clerks for Xmas Holiday business larger postal Force former employees Heads families Given first consideration. Approximately 400 men and women will be Given employment in Portsmouth As a result the Christmas Trade which is unusually heavy. The greater number these will be employed id the larger downtown department stores two the largest stores have doubled their sales Force Aud give employment to too Persona. Four other stores have added 30 each to their sales forces which Means that 120 More persons will be Given work. This extra work will mean a great Deal to Many families. The managers the various stores Are using a great amount judgment in giving this work to persons and Heads families who actually Reed it. Caution is used and possible without interfering with the efficiency the business work is being Given to the persons who have been without work. One the larger stores has rehired the help that was necessary to Lay off during the slower months. The sales forces in this City have teen increased to about the same extent As the sales forces for the Christmas Rush last year. In several cases the merchants Are not employing quite As Many clerks while others Are employing More. There will be to additional workers employed by the Poa Toffice to take care the heavy Christmas mail delivery. The largest number these will help truck Drivers in the parcel Post delivery. To Date no great increase has been noticed in the Trail delivery Over the City. The Rush most generally arrive about to Days before Christmas and continues up until january 2 and 3. The daily sales the Portsmouth stores have been swelling and will no doubt continue to swell until they reach the maximum the Day before Christmas. Dividends building loan companies Aid Holiday Trade filling Portsmouth a Chest it new Road Between Machado a picture Otway Rarden closed due to the rain the last few Days the new Road Between Otway and Rarden la closed to traffic. The old Road requiring use four Grade Crossings is open. My the Tekl thru Pruni Havana. Dec. 6�?students the National University today destroyed a Large picture president Machado a demonstration at the institution. To Linued i Page 19 a a Santa Claus is not snooty old gentleman he s painted an hit by Auto i he does not ignore a he unfortunate and the poor critically Hurt and old inmates state in Livingston suffers injury and crushed Chest. By a Salaam to j a i Quot my umm six a rvs Italy fatally so a win Auh v. A a ask it fetal to Shihsi kit ims a off Stag few a i the flan a a his Toad care 1401 eff 4 pm a mrm Quot a ton Onnon to Apoc pm a aah my be Aas to aaa a toe Quot a in mat he a to a me attest and rim-1 hate ohs Aam solutions to be remembered during holidays. Coh Mai s. O. Der a Santa Claus la aet the sat old gent Luw the Aso Here a tapered darting a a Hiams wad their offspring to up up a he Dess we unfortunate and the poor furthermore there Are Many wayward Hays Ani girls Gad Young Awa Gad a my As wed blasters we so Sron. Despite their Adam will find gift aet Watt be re la their Roto and ton Kings Leader sad Hilt sea de ant Ava a their mar at late Tastet Afisana wards ate ipad youth held in slxyin6 Kin Elijah Porter 17, enters not guilty plea to manslaughter. Waiving preliminary hearing Elijah Porter 17, charged with manslaughter in the death his Cousin. William Gallion 23, pleaded not guilty when arraigned in municipal court saturday and was bound Over to the grand jury. Porter was released under a $1,000 Bond furnished by his father. William pm Garter. Gallon was shot and killed tuesday night november 25, near his borne at Ohio Furnace North Franklin Furnace Green township. Porter surrendered at the county jail and told Jailer Frank Milhuff that he shot his Cousin in self defense. Porter carried a -32 pistol which he claimed he removed from Gall Long a band after the Man had fallen. Hla own gun Lugar was left at Home Porter said. William Porter and mrs. Chester Canion Mother the victim a brother and sister. County officer say 111 feeling has risen Between the families since the shooting. Elijah Porter visited the county jail Friday and inspected a Ballet proof Vest. Tile youth remarked that he was too Young to be a target. Attorney Chester p. Pitch has been retained to defend Porter. Third Man guilty in Brown county murder by thaw ltt�4 Pim Georgetown . December 6�? Charles Johnson. 24. Farmer was found guilty murder in the second degree tonight by a Jurj which deliberated five and Nae half hour the trial started lest donday. Johnson was charged with being one off nor men. After attempting to Rob Robert Demon 66, Well to do Brown interest savings and Christmas club checks total million dollars citizens largest a a a no adv Jot Quot Hoover moves to use brakes president fears emergency Relief program will get beyond program. By the. Washington dec. President Hoover moved today to apply the brakes to congressional appropriations As the emergency Relief program threatened to expand above Hia recommendations its speedy Way at Capitol Hill. Calling in senator Watson Indiana the Republican Leader . Hoover urged strictest Economy and pictured a prospective deficit $355,000,000 for this fiscal year instead $190,000,000 the basis the contemplated Relief work. Lister in the Day the boys appropriations committee decided to Cut Down the emergency unemployment construction fund from $150,000,000 to $110,000,000. Or. Hoover had asked for $150,000,000. Senator Horah Republican Idaho about the tame time offered the Sugg to it a for a two per cent increase in income taxes next year in addition to discontinuing the one per cent reduction in effect this year As a Way averting the deficit. Earlier the agriculture committee in the House had added $5,000,000 to the $25,000,000 proposed by the administration for drouth Relief but voted Doorn the $00,000,000 figure unanimously approved yesterday by the Senate agriculture committee. Re select architect for new Fullerton school architects de Voss and Donaldson this City were selected saturday at Greenup by the Greenup county school corporation to prepare Plana for an 11-room fireproof building to be erected East Tyg it Creek the state Highway. The building will coat Between $75,000 and $80,000. The combination gym auditorium will stat 950 As an auditorium and 650 As a gym. There will be showers lockers water system sewage disposal and a spilt steam vacuum leafing system. All la rooms and gym will be above ground. Eight architects sought the contract. Appointees Are officials say condition commendable considering this is off year. Portsmouth a five building and loan associations will pay out almost a million dollars in dividends in 1930, officials these organizations announced saturday. They say that a major portion this Money will a distributed this month and in plenty time to add stimulus to Holiday buying in the Peerless City. With the Christmas dabs in Portsmouth Hanks paying out $250,000 to their members this Means that motto than a $1,000,000 will be distributed in local business channels. Toto building and loan association dividends Are larger than usual offering conclusive proof that the saving accounts Here have maintained their Normal schedule. The citizens having and association company has just distributed the sum a $307,003 02 among hundreds savers the Royal having and i a an company will distribute $262,000. The american building and loan company will pay out $200,000 in the Way dividends for the year fast drawing to a close. The commercial building Sud loan company will Divide $156,728.05 among its hundreds patrons in time to look after Christmas buying. The Portsmouth having and loan company will distribute $62,000,000 i among its de waiters. I the exact amount the building j loan dividends in Portsmouth for 1530 is Iii excess $187.000.00. The i Ells the companies said saturday that this was a most commendable condition considering that 1930 will go Down in history As an off year they averred. To learns former partner slain passengers Are rescued air plane Carrier Langley reports finds refugees wrecked yacht. Spital the the Nijim Han Diego calif., dec. 6.�?rescue passengers a yacht wrecked Guadalupe Island. 200 mile South Here novem Lier 3, was reported in a terse radio Gram received today from the air plane Carrier Langley. The Langley with Corea Navy planes and destroyers was seeking Trace the missing fishing boat it. 8. Commissioner Dies Youngstown o., Dee. 6�? apr United states commissioner Max r Brunswick aged by died suddenly Here today after a paralytic stroke. Or. Brunswick was former City solicitor Ami Active in Republican Circle. In a a Owa i Jewiak affair the Cit under inquiry h16h Schohl students drown auctioneer Here As in he iness w till Salt i Ake a a City murder victim. Reveals Drew had received word saturday that i he a a a president hoovers recess Tariff appointees under fire in Senate. Bar tile free Washington. Dee. 6.�?three president hoovers recess appointees to the reorganised Tariff commission were subjected to a rigorous Public examination their qualifications snit Tariff views by the Senate finance committee today preparatory to reporting their nominations to the Senate. The three other member the bipartisan body will be questioned monday. Senators Ossetia Michigan and i to Follette Wisconsin joined the democrats in voting for an open session overruling chairman moot and other Republican regulars who favored the usual practice considering nominations behind closed doors. Henry p. Fletcher Pennsylvania Republican chairman the commission and former Diplomat was questioned by both Republican and democratic members a were the can As to a Page Democrat Virginia Aud John lire Coulter Republican North Dakota. Father 3 children burned to death by the am Laloli pres Arnoldsville ky., dec. 6.�? Leonard Arnold 34. And three his children were burned to death Here Early today in the destruction their Home. Mrs. Arnold wha caped with three other Chi Aren s not expected to recover from Imran the one Story Frame Bouto in heated by Gas and the that Gas escaped from a a Al a i igniting a kerosene lamp. I a a county Farmer at the latter farm we Krilic tor a my Topi near Bere last May 13, shot and fatal Mer Busine partner Ham frailly had been found murdered in a Sal Lake qty hotel saturday morning Frank was from Mem shia Fra kit bad pkg a liquor bottle. In Oka halt muted we bad Hee men with a Ery Ettac #4n# carts so a to a will go a a Trio neat a. Tim Denar Wilt in very Tam a it by do few burned by wounded the Farmer who resisted 4. The Holdup earlier i the Day. A worn a Johnson was the third the guar met. Cigarette mat a toed tet to go a trial Chari Comer i rave the potato their to. Hamilton Ama executed for thai rained at crime no to and Jota Emeliar. 24. Add my Quot a Louisville . 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Fwd ii a Ted me if it Rood for my to the Peak 4 the to Mars. A so k a a a Ltd the a Whf to i an Fril pwt to is a a drame Alaf Arish that my offer to is Vot i flush shed bar Apa Dammad lot Totri Paw it we destroy the Pewee b Witt. Love Sod affy Kiwi Sag in we family Quot a eth am said writ sad Trio break through Lee while venturing across old Reservoir. I a to aia Wilto 1�?~rfh Findlay . Dec. 6.�?a week end Lark ended in death for three High school students Here tonight when they were buried into the ice locked Waters old City Reader vol in Riverside Park after the ice caked surface had tumbled beneath their feet. The victims were David Davit 16 Glen i be 17, Aud Don whities 16. With another companion. Clo de Kington they tried to Eros tile Reservoir which had been partially Frozen Over for a week. About Midway the ice cracked. The Lio Lea the Trio hurtled into the artificial Pond. Of do Langton a few Steps behind i companions ran to a nearby pumping station for Ald. Workers extricated the indies the Sontha. For several hours physicians endeavoured to resuscitate them but to no Avail. Prominent educator called by death it the ate Salto pros Newton mass too. Tvs tile Rev. Or. William Edwards Huntington widely known educator and religious loader died pneumonia at his Home Here today at the age by. He. Was Boston University is my def evident. Ile was born in Hub by. Illinois. La Corn. To the Mil verify to Mam a korean the College Liberal Art arcuate for 22 years. Hariri. I president in Lbw. Snut meow which be resigned in Imi sans filling health. He waa m appointed Dean the graduate Hor serv file from Mai to in. A came president emeritus in wifi. F . Huntington was a Veteran pm civil War. Annexation Cate to be in court monday i Imp by. Dee. 6�? us a a Maeu s attempt to Annex myriad Litton Wir be for Oto Kfir judge Halbert monday whew a1tea will auit Mit a blame. Mel a it Eil Freswi d a wish i m�4tt intent. 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