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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - December 15, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio Weather Boh. A a mme sad Wert f item Mew ts4aj Gra Home edition established 1852. Vol 37 no 222 f08tsm01th, Ohio monday december ii Ihm sixteen pages Price tukes Cott Spanish rebels establish Republic today palaces for Uncle Sam France worries Italy. New yorkers live longer. Bad Money and Beer. By Airth k h mishap re tue glorious and Prosper us s United states is spending .<1.500,000 the Public a Money to Hor a very Fine Palace in Berlin to be the Home the United states ambassador there. It spends $1,250,000 the ambassadors Palace in the Argentine. Is that expenditure necessary is it democratic would it seem Wise to the gentlemen who founded the country it is All very Well to give men thut n ii tribute to Campaign funds otherwise make themselves useful a a Hance to meet Kings and Queens abroad and Bear themselves called a a your hut is it necessary to add a $1,500,Ood Palace to the treat Benjamin Franklin did very Well in France and also England without any such Palace. Would t it be better to spend that Money a few Miles Good roads in the United states thus creating a Low jobs a a the building five new fortresses the Island Corsica alarms Italy according to reports from leghorn. The Teleg Rafo says that shills from France Are unloading rifles machine Gung munitions armoured cars Field telephones and Cannon and a farming Corsica in a formidable the italian Napoleon Bonaparte starting from Corsica to the military a Bool in France finally used the French and conquered much ? Europe. It would be strange France a turned by the Napoleon Road to conquer Italy through Corsica a a there 18 trouble in India also troops again called out to Stop riots. Hindus done to like cloth made in England. When a Large truck loaded with much cloth appeared the hindus who have ideas about fighting that Are very in English Lay Down in front the heavy truck to top it. It killed one them. To win Liberty with a fighting a that kind will take a Long time. A a ii e Alth comm 138ioner Wynne new York says the average new yorker lives 15 years longer than be did in the last generation. Preventing and curing disease May add la years to that increase in life in the next 20 years. The new yorker that has lived his extra 15 years and approaches the time when he can n a humbly expect to die should go to it Angarala Florida the Gulf a Oast in Winter. There the Sunshine will add More years. John d. Rockefeller 91 years old knows it. He goes to Florida. A a a investigators in Russia re Lett that the government is manufacturing its own Money quite freely printing billions rubles which in Quot inc mysterious Way is supposed to facilitate a a dumping in foreign counties by lowering Coats. Russia Bas a simple Way making Hie russians like to api it ear to Uke that Flat Money. If you Are caught boarding Gold a Quot a arc shot and that stops your hoarding. However when you read american i Weirts about Russia Yon must rein Miter that they May be As much Tiit a Ken As Russia is mistaken in Lier descriptions american methods. A i a the Hulse commons hears a Quot Lulu int inferior Beer made in Ragland by mixing in foreign Ingrede Quot. Including foreign grown hops. It e hops grown in Bohemia Are the a t in the world but the sound Brit idea is to protect Home industries. Quot i it would British Beer drinkers Quot a. If. Like thousands workmen in vim right a they drank Beer a needled a alcohol purchased at Gas tat it ins re distilled and then Purne a Bilo the Beer a a a new york�?T8 three a cry baby lit it a reprieved for 24 hours were a t to death in the electric chair at Tkv end the reprieve. They All i i cd All went smiling to the elec Fri chair and All said they had not i coded to kill the Man they Mur continued Page thirteen t temperatures it a a re Oeser Maii a i in tim St la s. In. Today High. At year ago today High. Is Ltd a la a merday toys. Maxima Quot. Clear. A .31 Rio try a 14 a Toady a soon. A Tisu saw. I .34 Siw. 2 a Cloudy. T in a Crar. Is part Handy .34 Rwy. It. So tri Oody. Is r4034 Taar. M tim a a a. Is ofis Stoodt a Quot is. .4 Hood. A to be Choate. Is Heady. A it ton. Is do. M Ive. Blk. M crowdy. See s it tit at has a. M car to Cvar lust Cor to to a a a it. It ims a a to in is Chw blast ravages movie Colony 18 Homes los fashionable Malibu Beach scene $800,000 fire autos burned origin is mystery film stars Are forced to flee in scanty night clothing. Or Tho Vasor Laird Preavo lob Angeles dec. 15�?fashionable Malibu Beach Colony film stars and wealthy business and professional Folk was shaken by a mysterious blast and ravaged by fire today. Eighteen residences As Well As Many expensive automobiles were destroyed with a loss estimated by officials at More than $800,000. The Homes Many leading film stars and other Holywood celebrities were burned. Among those who suffered losses Are Louis Fazenda Marie Prevost Allen Dwan George de Sylva James Malcolm Taylor bad Oliver Marsh. Homes destroyed other Homes destroyed included those Frank Fay Broadway comedian Al Rockett film producer Leo Mccarey former boxing promoter and not a film director Aud men Hendricks jr., actor. The stars themselves with a Long list weekend guests were driven into the biting morning cold. Shortly after 2 30 a. In. A terrific explosion Awakening the sleeping residents along the let each. The Blust occurred near the Home de Sylva noted song writer. The Home de Sylva became p muss flames almost immediately and in a few minutes an adjoining residence roared As a brisk North wind fanned the flame. Occupants panic stricken from House to House the flames spread and out the dwellings ran panic stricken occupants to Haddie shivering in scanty night clothing As Hie cold North wind sought them out braving the cold and danger the Beach residents joined fire fighters from three nearby county stations. Later the Santa Monica fire deportment apparatus fought the Blaze. A daily news makes initial appearance the Portsmouth daily news the City a latest venture in the newspaper Field made its first appearance monday morning. The paper is the tabloid style eight pages 5 column Width and is printed at the shop the evangel press while composition is at the Edwards and Cunningham Job shop. The paper will be in the morning Field daily except sunday. Robert Wellman and Ralph Flanagan Are the prime movers in the new Auto concern awards big contracts Auburn lad., dec. 15.�?the Auburn automobile company today announced contracts for Materia la to be used in manufacturing automobiles totalling approximately $3,000,000 have been awarded Ohio manufacturers. Successful Bidden included Defiance pressed steel company Defiance Mullins manufacturing company Salem and Columbia brass and fixture company Springfield. A a a father loses hand under n. Amp w. Train la. B. Clark n. A w. Brakeman. 2900 Walnut Street suffered the loss his left hand while working in the n. Amp w. Yards East Portsmouth sunday afternoon. Clark was running alongside his train a a bleeding a air valve when be stumbled Over a switch and fell. His Arm fell across the rail and the wheels a Coni car passed Over it. He was rushed to Portsmouth general Hospital in Lynn a ambulance and attended by . D. A. Berndt. Severn i weeks ago . Clark s two daughters were overcome by Gas fumes while in a Bath room in the Home. One was revived while the other fell in the Bathtub and Bell ring for Capone sister by the Aroc toted com Chicago dec. 15�? wedding Bells rang for Mafalda Capone 18, sister Alphonse Capone and John a it n Rit it the yesterday but w to t Lier lbs gang chief was clo enough to Bear them remained an unanswered que tie. _ tin re were unconfirmed Naan that Cadette. Literal no i Chicago r,4l Fluidics enemies a among 11<� present Well protected by a Nard none. Hoarder. A id be who would admit Haring errs Max Kwh Kwh Dewhir Mem i m 15 apr teed name. Of 0 a in debt. Be twee named in one a ass a in reef it etude be Terai a it Bede .4e4arb�p it dotted Quot diem wit Pear. A a we a Oraon a red tote Taiwan. A Leader to a wow Atole Ai. Is a x. J it it Btu Ara Utmer if student Seiw ism a Ltd a in Scott 3 Down Armet with an automatic Shotgun and All equipment necessary to make a Duck Hunt successful Glen Scott 2019 Summit Street invaded Ohio River Wnters saturday and instead bagging the limit lost three ducks Scott recently purchased several live decoys which he anchored in the Streum hoping to attract wild ducks. No wild ducks arrived but when 8cott checked up he missed three live decoys. The current had carried the decoys Down Stream and other Hunters mistaking the decoys killed Scott a will be at rites for a King Quot clan funeral services delayed one Day to permit prisoner to Glass boat sends 135 into rough sea fire follows explosion excursion Craft off i Florida coast. I Spain faced by serious military revolt four bodies found May file charge relatives slain Man not satisfied with stories fatal gun play. Funeral services for Jonas Cooper a King the twin Creek Cooper Feudal Dan Witt be held from Mckendree Church at 2 p. In. Tuesday. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Cooper was shot and killed Friday afternoon by George Rivers Adams county Deputy state Forest Ranger. Services were scheduled to have been Beld at 2 p. In. Monday but were postponed Iii order that Kenney Cooper a brother May attend. Kenney is at the London prison farm serving time for shooting with intent to kill his brother Edward Cooper who is in the Penitentiary for shooting with intent to kill Kenney. Relatives appealed to London prison farm officials monday to permit Kenney to attend the funeral. Prison officials said Kenney has been a Model prisoner and would be released to no officer. Relatives then secured the service de Raty sheriff Everett Ridge to escort Kenney Here and Back. Kenney and Jonas were the same Side in the family feud. Sheriff m. J. Caldwell said he will have a detail officers at the Serra ice. The body is now at the Home Lafe Kirk a Friend. Coroner investigates Coroner R. Holmes West Union visited twin Creek sunday seven persons missing daring rescues Avert disaster. By the a Iofel Ted tres Miami to Bact. Fit. Dec. 15.�?an explosion and fire aboard the excursion boat Eureka ii yesterday forced 135 persons to leap into the surging Atlantic which they had been observing through the crafts Glass Bottom but valiant Rescue work by both fishing tugs and luxurious yacht Lur ought 130 them safely ashore. Three bodies had been recovered one was aboard a fishing Craft and one person was still unaccounted for. Today As the master vessel headed Sauk the 1. Continued Page two family is stricken by milk sickness by truth Moore leaded wire Marion o., dec. 15.�?a second member a Marion county family was dead today from milk sickness. Mrs. Larley Cook 40, North Here died at City Hospital Here sunday after a relapse it a the disease that claimed her daughter Maxine 15, last september. Two other members the family Are dangerously . They Are her Mother mrs Levi Redd Ashley and her husband. Health Auto Oritia Here say that this a a rare malady resulting from cows eating Snake Weed. Members the Cook family contracted the disease through milk from the cows. Charge Crew first to leave vessel my few Bervie Miami dec. 15�?charges that the Crew were among the first to leave when the excursion boat Eureka ii Sank off Miami were made today by Fred g. Norman new York City police sergeant who was among the rescued passengers. A a three piece orchestra played like heroes to prevent a panic and quiet the passengers when the fire broke out the boat a said Norman. A the musicians were among the last to leave the boat. I was among the last but the Crew went among the Norman s Story the explosion and fire the boat differed from others. He said that the passengers were not thrown into the sen by the explosion but remained Board donning life belts and finally All jumped overboard. Others said that the explosion threw All the passengers into the is proclaimed in a political drama bursts into nationwide alarmed government troops wavering and Premier is hard pressed. Bulletin my International new Bervie Madrid dec. 15�?commander Kanion Franco for Many years Spain Premier Are and rep sad Leffier the present revolutionary movement sweeping the country was reported to live been killed today when his plane crashed 30� Kilometre eat Madrid. A Paiit thai tii is i ii it ii i Nitt i it Iii Tux i with Iii is it a Salvage expedition into the Marina gardens 15 Miles South Here where the earths ii burned and Sank in ten feet water. A scene wild confusion attended by the shouts women and children and the music a three piece orchestra which tried courageously to Stem be panic was sketched by survivor the capacity crowd that jammed the two decks the 135-foot boat. Smoke from the engine room the crafts return trip Here they said. First gave notice the mishap and was followed by three explosions. Dead identified two the dead were identified by police As ii. C. Grimm 60, Mccook nebr., a passenger Clarence Vine. 30, Haverhill. Mass., a deckhand. The body a woman Between 50 and 60 years an Lucas a Challenge to the angry sea charging against the islands Rocky shores a defiant bit land with hundreds years history behind it the baronial Home Dan Parados a the picturesque setting the torn Iff tit Nav Nunu Iii at High tide lag Chartae a. Omsk the author Quot Gold bullets has achieved another masterful novel mystery adventure and Romance Sturt medea a Lay la the times continued Page two arrest Man in july 4 crash negro is apprehended in Cleveland following intensive search by sheriff. Charged with manslaughter in the death John Wingo who was killed in an automobile Accident Scioto Trull. July 4. Manuel Johnson negro was arrested in Cleveland saturday night Aud returned Here by sheriff m. J. Caldwell. Apprehension Johnson ends a strenuous six Jinnah so search conducted by sheriff Caldwell and Deputy h. T. Caldwell. The officers to aced Johnson from Portsmouth to Columbus to Cleveland. Detroit and St. Louis and Back to Cleveland. Questioned monday by sheriff Caldwell. Johnson denied the charge. He claimed he was not driving the machine which collided with Wingo a car. Everett Rudeford negro and Minnie Harrison negro occupants the car. Are under $500 Bonds As material witnesses. Both told county officers that Johnson was Driver. Wingo was fatally Hurt while Enro Ute Here from his Home in Pitti Burgh to spend the Holiday with Bis Mother who lives at front and Chillicothe at Recta. County officers say Wingo and his family were travelling South Scioto Trail. A Ford Coupe was travelling North and the machines crashed Bead . Johnson is said by authorities to have ran from the Accident scene. Deputy sheriff w. L. Smith arrested Rudeford and Minnie Harrison near the Acrite. Spain appears to be faring a serious revolt. It St arted Friday when at least 3,000 Spanish troops defied the government Premier Damaso Berenguer right and turned their guns one Spain a strongest fortresses at Jara map. Major Ramon Franco left Spain a Premier aviator who was imprisoned for disobedience and recently escaped is reported to be at the head the revolting troops. Picture Franco was taken during his imprisonment. Picture above shows King Alfonso reviewing an artillery corp near accidents persons perish near Steubenville two hit skip victims. By called la a a Columbus 0., dec. 15�?automo-bile accidents and other tragedies took a heavy toll lives in Ohio Over the week end a United press Survey today showed. Four persons were killed in the Steubenville area. Miss Verna Mills is Cadis and Walter Skeen 24, Hopedale were burned to death when their automobile plunged into a deep Ravine the Dillon Vale Adena Road and caught fire. Miss Mills 20-year-old sister Gertrude and three other Young people lying in the car escaped unhurt. They tried without Avail to extricate the bodies Mills und Skeen. The sex Tette were returning from a dance when the Accident occurred. Miss Mary hell Tobb 78, Powhatan was run Down and killed by an automobile driven by a Coal Miner while she was Enro Ute Home with toys for neighbor children. W. 8. Page 55, Rayland was killed by a hot skip Driver. John Williams 50, Newark was killed near Columbus when he was run Down by a hot skip Driver. Jonas Benguian 82 Malta Morgan county died at Zanesville injuries received when he was struck by a car. At Marion Luther Bradshaw jr., to was killed by an Auto. Nurse Cut by cab class Cincinnati Ohio dec. Ulm apr flying Glass from a Zumstein cab company window yesterday in filleted head cuts miss Francis Kenning. 32, nurse. Bricks were hurled by sympathizers the stalk lug Davis cab company which was absorbed last week by the Zumstein company. Laugh it off a peeing to the time Banta Monica. Cali dec. 1> a when somebody Calls you a a names and there is no truth in it you know that everybody knows there is no truth in it Why you naturally done to pay any attention to it Vou just laugh it off. Hut if what they Call you is hitting at the truth and Kinder getting you in your weak spot Why you Start hollering and denouncing at once. Well last week . Hoover said a the boys in the Senate Are playing politics at human expel. A did the boys laugh it off not quite so figure out the answer yourself. Yours will Rogers a a a a it it a a Lutes so Mother the children and a woman who gave the name death claims i Walter head six children without food two Days t Kento Mission boys from 18 months to 12 years deserted in Rural abode As Mother sent to jail and police seek father Chicken theft warrant. Six hungry boys ranging in Ages from 12 years Down to 16 months Olio had Iken without food since Friday noon were brought to the Union Mission late sunday. The in other the children is in the county Jal herring out a Fine for a viol Nylon the liquor Laws and the father left a lieu he Learned that off i Cera were looking for him a charge stealing chickens. According to magistrate at alter a. A a Netter Wheelersburg mrs. Bessie hatched Adkins were arrested Iii the Woods Hack their Home near Powellsville Friday noon charges property designed for the manufacture liquor. The officers who Nirde the arrest reported the finding three barrel Mash Aud nil Oil drum still. The women were taken to Ketters court a Here they entered Plena guilty and were find Hoo and costs each. Unable to my the Fine they were committed to tile county jail Ketter not knowing that the children were in the Home without care sent the Kotlier to jail. Sunday Ketter Learned that the Rel Hlgren were at the Home without heat food and sent Constable knit cart Hughes after them. They were taken to the Union Mission where they will he Given food and clothing until officials make some disposition the ease. Ketter monday said that tile father Kenneth Yates is wanted a warrant signed by i Jordan who charge that he stole four Chicken. The magistrate says that the chickens were killed at the Yates Home. Yates upon learning that officials were looking for him left and has not been seen for several Days. The children who Are now at the Mission Are Dennis 12. Samuel la Leroy to Harold 6, Delmar 5, and est Al months. A nursing bottle is provided for baby musician Dies after year s illness funeral service tuesday. Following u years illness with complications Walter ii. Head 42, died at 1 40 a. In. Sunday at bus Home 1228 Twenty first Street. Ile was prominent in musical circles Aud since coming to Portsmouth from Greenfield Ohio wine years ago had been connected with Summers amp non music store Aud later with the Kay Graham company. May 6. 1919. Or. Head was married to miss antiunion Hitchcock daughter . And mrs. William l. Hitchcock Waller Street. To this Union two children were born Harrison 9, and William 7. In addition to Bis allow und two sons he is survived by five brother and three Sisters Frank il., Floyd f,., Clark and John head Greenfield o., and Charles f., Leesburg o., mrs. Glenn Greenfield mrs. A. C. Reed Day Tonia Bench flu., und mrs. Wilson Miller Greenfield. Or. Head who is a Essed a wide Circle friends in this City is also survived by his parents. Aaron and mrs. Ellen head prominent residents Greenfield. He was an Active Young business Man and a talented musician. The i sly has been moved to the feebler funeral heme where it May be viewed by fronds. The last rites Witt i held there at 2 p. In. Tuesday and will be in charge the Rev. Donald liner Man pastor Bigelow m Church and Rev. E. J. Radiant pastor the Central Christian Church. Interment will be Mode in Greenlawn. A unemployment drop payrolls increase the amcl�le4 pre Washington dec. 15�?the labor Dew rement reported today a 2.5 a r cent decline in employment and a 5.1 it cent decrease in payroll totals for Dander from the previous month. The estimate Aas bused reports received from 41 co establishments in is major Industrial groups. They had in Noven Dier 4.712.<,m2 employees. Whose combined earning in my week Here . By the aorlate4 pre no ulna a political drama burst today into a nation wide movement revolt against the throne. The revolt seeks to overthrow Tho Spanish monarchy and establish a Republic. The Fate the Crown and King Alfonso appeared to Hove 0u the loyalty soldiers in Madrid who were under Arm in the capitals streets but apparently Uncertain As to which Side to take. A president was proclaimed at Bilboa Madrid the capital was til turmoil and air planes piloted by rebel fliers showered the principal cities with inflammatory proclamations. The government declared martial Law in Central Spain at noon. A. Proclamation to that effect was read the streets Madrid. News was scarce under a rigid censorship labor riots flared up in Bilboa and Nan Sebastian accounting for three deaths. A Ula Zamora a Cabinet minister in 1923, was proclaimed president the Republic by the rebel at Vilims Klug Alfonso kept to his Castle in Madrid and Premier Berenguer who has slept Little by Tbs last week was moving to ship the government Aud the army into line. Ramon Franco. The rebellious aviator was reported one the revolutionary leaders. There was no word from j my where the abortive first jct the revolt was put Down by Federal troops saturday but at least three air planes had fallen into the hands the rebels and from these were dropped circulars warning the garrisoned troops in Madrid and other cities to fall in line their Barracks would he $1,000 in i Village drive mad 006 scare Carey a Ruhnow mule nine canines bitten saturday All dogs observed. All dogs owned by families Carey a run and Vicinity were quarantined for a period 21 Days Sun Day by. Firman b. Gilliland county dog Garden after he investigated a report that a mad dog ran Loose in the Community. Gilliland says the mud dog bit a cow mule and nine dogs. Gilliland killed the mad dog and ordered the nine dogs mule and cow placed under lower Patlon and ordered All other dog tied a for 21 Days. The cow and mule Are owned by the Munson family. The dogs bitten Are owned by Edward Bodmer. Hanford Knauss and Jones families. Gillilan mayor j. L. Phillips urges All to give to needy new Boston. More than $1,000 Bas been raised by new Bostons welfare and Charity drive according to announcement monday by mayor j. L. Phillips. Beside the Money Sunc Robed Many families have contributed clothing und food. Mayor Phillips office Bas been made Headquarters the drive. All food and clothing contributed Are stored in the Village fire department scores needy people visit the office every Day and receive food and clothing. The Money raised will be used to buy fowl and rioting. Mayor Phillips say there Are Many worthy families in new Boston in Dies in prison Charles e. Chapin to sleep in oblivion beside wife whom he slew. Ossining n. Y., dec. 15�?Charles k Chapin will attain i last wish a to sleep in oblivion beside the wife be killed twelve Veals ago. Chapin one time City editor tile evening world died saturday night in the sing Bing death. Hou it after serving eleven years a 20-year sentence for the slaying . Nellie Beetle Chapin a Grund Niece . Rusati Sage he was 72. In i will be to pressed a Aesir to tie buried in Glenwood cemetery big to intoned in toys during Christmas buying season Domestic playthings wanted says Hie mad dog a a Well bred Bull j at washing to. It c., us a the least dog. Wearing go id harness. Expensive casket obtainable a he also asked that no service lie held. Warden Lewis k. Lewes received is spe4th pit kid it Columbus o., Dee. 15�? Al ,. _ a a m Scott hiatus. Plea an it a arow. I Quot Jami Paul Clevenger 17. Gun Islic i a Haply the dead mans sister rawer Arr Ted by a Arew a radio w imn Mommi Keo sir in a Armington. I tee i a by re in toy daring the Christmas Ara a was indicated today la report a rid Tram Many be Firma Etti country the ram wree in Ian to my to the toy Industry in the a Val 4�h in Man Etsity a though it a Mil red i a Aam a the it me to a fwd. 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