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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - February 3, 1935, Portsmouth, Ohio Std at february 3. 1935 rain shortage continues Over Midwest area fears of recurrent disaster expressed in Dakotas and Nebraska to of. Portsmouth times Portsmouth 0. Three other states aided heavy Rains help conditions in Indiana Missouri and Kentucky St. My the Aifa olt Quot lat a a Ltd Presa Louis feb. 2�?a Winter a ter shortage and Frost hardened a a i prevailing in much of a Middle West seared by last years drouth brings fears of recurrent disaster. A few states aided by heavy snows and rainfall largely have of Rennie their plight of last summer and the Outlook in parts of die Central Section is comparatively Bright hut these reports come from farm experts in Many states of the stricken Grain producing area s Braska a a Winter water famine North Dakota a Spring Rains arc needed St h the d a k o t a Quot snows missed the drouth Illinois a a a striding deficiency in subsoil Oklahoma Quot farm Outlook depends on other sections helped contrasting to the dismal picture however is the Trail of bund once that extends from Wisconsin South to touch Indiana Missouri Kentucky Tennessee and Arkansas where Winter precipitation brought soil moisture unparalleled in recent years. Missouri crop experts reported a Ideal conditions for the Spring. Corn frats and Hay crops for 1935 will Quot easily double those of last your according to e. A. Logan department of agriculture statistician who also said livestock is greatly improved. Professor a. R. Whitson of the to no varsity of Wisconsin soil department. Said conditions in that state were almost perfect for an Early Spring growth and prospects goitre poisons nerves and body a sufferers of goitre often do not realize the danger of their affliction states tile head physician of a Well known Hattie Creek goitre institution whose Home treatment has brought enthusiastic reports from thousands of former goitre victims. This physician in his warning against neglect of this dangerous condition Calls attention to the thousands of human wrecks caused by goitre. Anyone suffering who vill write to the physicians treatment and advisory co., suite 263-b, it a Michigan ave., Battle Creek. I Biga ii will receive absolutely free a Large illustrated Book on How to end goitre at Home. Send your name today. A adv. In general were 99 Good As they could be. Quot a Hay clop at least on the heavier soils is almost Dakotas need rainfall Bat a heavy Spring rainfall is needed in the Dakotas where last j ear the flaked soil was blown from tile farms in dust storms that engulfed most of the Middle West. Subsoil density for South Dakota in january ranged from 2 1-2 to 24 inches fractions of the penetration needed. In Nebraska where Winter dictation has been Only about 70 it cent of Normal a. Pm Anderson state and Federal statistician Conal see Only scant Hope for 3935 production in the area that last year Felt the double sting of drouth and insect plagues. A with the Western two thirds of the state Short of moisture farm prospects look poor a he said. A a it will take More than Normal precipitation to put the soil in Normal condition. There is virtually no sule roil moisture in Western Nebraska. And very Little in the Eastern the Winter wheat crop in the Nebraska Panhandle May lie a total loss. Spring Rains Are Hadly needed in Minnesota Allier c. Arney University of Minnesota agronomist said Quot there is a Large shortage of water in tile drouth area and that Aren will he in a poor position for crops unless it gets Good Rains during the Early in Oklahoma crop conditions generally were no better than lad year with a water deficiency reaching its Peak in the wheat bearing Panhandle. Warned by last years drouth Farmers Are planning earlier planting of fwd crops but Kenneth d. Blood the state crop statistician said a the farm Outlook generally is dependent on whether it a striking subsoil deficiency at the deep Levels persisted in much of Illinois according to in s. Smith of the University of Illinois but in some sections surface moisture was adequate for this season. Soil conditions varied in Kansas with the Western Section of the state threatened with a Lack of Winter precipitation. Winter blowing however was a going ahead at. A fairly Good Pace a f. K. Reed state crop statistician said and there was a heavy planting in pasture lands. The area planted to wheat was 8 per cent heavier than last year with the Outlook for 1933 production fair to Good. Multi nah bugs threaten chinch bugs were a threat in Iowa but the moisture Content of surface soil was about Normal. Because of late fall Rains and Winter snows Farmers there probably will be Able to Plant Early. A seed shortage was reported however. Excellent Winter conditions prevailed in the East notably Connecticut the Virginias Delaware and Maine. In tim Central Mississippi Valley states where last year surface water Depths dropped to All time lows the tragedy of the drouth was lessened by reports that come from crop clearances during the Winter. The acreage of crops harvested in 1934 was 7j5 tier cent lower than 1933, hut tim value of principal crops was increased 2 5.6 i it or cent Over tile previous year More than sufficient to offset the loss. A computation of farm production for Indiana Illinois Missouri Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Arkansas showed a Sharp in birthday printing Linotype composition letter Heads envelopes office forms Price lists statements f Keystone press co. 840-42 fourth St. Phone 233 choose Kirk Sterling Silver for its originality Beauty and value most purchases of Kirk Silver Are made on its reputation for Quality gained through a Century and More of Enji Prience in the Inversini Whitig. Occasionally however the Choice is made after an a Aba Justive comparison. We Welcome such comparisons because they serve to emphasise the originality and True Beauty of Kirk designs and the greater value of Kirk Silver. Kirk made the first repousse Silver in America 2 doors f j7 Quot add 813 East of . A r a is i Iva. Gallia exclusive agents for Kirk silverware regardless of the fluctuating Dollar regardless of the purchasing value of the Dollar the family with two Quot dollars can still have twice what the family with one Dollar can have. 0 reason to excuse yourself of the fact that you Are riot saving on the ground that the Dollar of today May 1 Quot me Hack a smaller and less effective Dollar tomorrow. To your own knowledge the Dollar value has been constantly shifting. Sometimes up and sometimes Down. He chances Are equally Good that w Hen this Dollar in he future comes Back it will have a value equal to or letter than that of today. After All the present is the one time we can count with Solute certainty on ail Opportunity to save. The citizens savings amp loan association co. % Chillicothe St. Louie j. Vetter Secretary Moodie ousted by court order North Dakota executive succeeded by lieutenant governor Wei Ford continued from la Ngo i this portrait of president Roosevelt was made by on the eve of the president s 53rd birthday. Crease of from $531,063,000 in 1932 to $063,934jkx last year. Low tem j i erasures accompanied by snows 1 and Rains Over much of these states in it Ade soil conditions the Best in several years. Livestock generally was in Good simile although herds were lessened because of the drouth. Sun s eclipse visible in Ohio maximum phase of 49 per cent to be seen about 11 15 a. In. Today continued from Page la Are going in the same general direction just like the train and the automobile. By subtracting the Earth s Speed from that of the Shadow we get a comparative Sikchi of 3,500 for the Shadow Quot the Ohio Wesleyan astronomer 1 sliced out the Shadow will travel from a northwesterly direction to Southwest and will be in the form of a Long narrow Triangle the Observatory head explained. The base of this Long Triangle will he off in the North Pacific Ocean and the Apex out in the Atlantic Ocean hundreds of Miles Southeast of Washington i. C. At this latter spot the Shadow will leave the Earth Quot a common Ordinary flashlight illustrates this principle. If one flashes this on a Large Globe and then gradually moves it to the right he can see How a Shadow will he More pronounced on the spot of the Globe closest to him. And How it would tend to disappear on the for Side of the sphere a or. Bobrov Nikoff said. Ohioans will see about a 49 per cent eclipse while persons in the District of Columbia will see Only 41 per cent. At Seattle wash., it will he about 67 per cent total. A 49 per cent eclipse Means that almost half the suns diameter will be obscured by the Moon As it passes Between the Sun and the Earth although the Crescent shape that is visible will be about of per cent of the suns disc. Tile eclipse will Start at Cincinnati at 10 98 a. Rn., with its maximum phase at la 13 a. Rn., and the cml at 12 20 p. In. In Columbus the various phases will be Throe minutes later and at Cleveland seven minutes later. Group takes test tto get appointment in City police Bureau although 28 persons made application to take the civil service examination to become eligible to fill the vacancy in the police record Bureau office at the City Hall Only Al Init 17 persons both men and women took the examination at the High school building saturday afternoon. Attorney Sherrard of. Johnson civil service commissioner said that it was impossible to determine How Many persons took the examination As some who started left before completing the test. From the group that took the examination City officials will appoint one to fill the vacancy of stenographer in the record Bureau which was made through the resignation of mrs. Clare Randolph. Have lived in the state five consecutive years before election. The court decided that the no j vomited election was a a Legal a Nill i Lity insofar As the election of a governor is concerned. It held t further however that or. Moodie s official acts while in office Are valid. Admits Minnesota vote or. Mood in a Newspaperman and i fitted in hearings before the court that he had voted in Minneapolis j j while temporarily employed on a newspaper there. He asserted How j Ever that he considered North a j j Koto his Home and and no intention j of giving tip his citizenship in that j St note. A i have no complaint to make of the decision of the court a Saki or. Moodle. His policy during his Brief term in dealing with a Legisla i Titre opposed to him had been con dilatory Aud designed be said. To reach in a eyeful settlements in controversies. Of or. Wofford affiliated with i the non partisan league group which sponsored his impeachment in the House of representatives the retiring chief executive said Quot governor Welford will need 1 wholehearted cooperation from i every citizen in North Dakota. I Hope it will lie Given or. is the state s fourth j �.-. J governor in seven Mouths. Last grandmother of slain baby j Quot reme court or. 3 i dered William longer shortly be fore convicted of conspiracy to so j licit political contributions from Federal Relief workers removed. Ole h. Olson then lieutenant governor served until or. Mood in took office. Or. Moodle was elected in november Over mrs. Lydle linger wife of the former chief executive who replaced her husband nominated despite ills conviction null cup incan candidate. Injunction sought for enforcement of code for Barbers a suit to enjoin Headley corms. 2320 Gallia Street from violating the or a Barrier a it it de was filed Iii common pleas court saturday by the attorney general a office through prosecutor Emory f. Smith the petition charged that or. To jets violated the code by keeping ids shop open More than tis hour a week by keeping open thursday afternoon by cutting hair below the minimum Price at 25 cents instead of 35 cents by failure to display code Insigna and by failure to i Gay code assessments. Veteran killed by train Edward Dickinson 35, wow had be laxatives Here meets death Ashland. Ky., feb. 2�?edward Dickison 35, world War Veteran of this City met a tragic death Fri 1 Lay night at Winchester ky., As lie was returning Home from a acc Camp at Pine Ridge by. Dickison was killed by a train. He had served 23 months in France. Surviving Are tile wife mrs. Dottle Dick son the parents several Brothers and Sisters including three half Sisters and n half brother mrs. Grace Robbins James Dickison mrs. Ruby Nolan and Mio Bizel Dickison of Portsmouth. Funeral services will be my at the Home Here monday at 230 p. In. Saved by Mione operator i Hamilton. Feb. 2�?a Man and Bis daughter lived today because of i a Telephone operators we Ork. George p. Rent sob Ler and his daughter Elizabeth 23, were overcome by j Furnace Gas in their Home last night j but Rentshler knocked Over the Telephone before he collapsed. Miss Vera Leman the operator and Ber night supervisor miss Lillian hem Ler. Called a neighbor who found Tho rent Sellers unconscious and summoned medical Aid. Jordon mrs. Morrow May be galled could Clear Violet Sharpe state says continued from Page i can Low servants of miss Sharpe testify convincingly that the woman with the baby that Sommers said lie saw could not have been she or. Wilentz said. Also Ava Hallie for testimony Are two men and a Young woman who have said they j were Violet share s companions on the Kidnap night. Almost certain to be called by i tile state is colonel Charles a. Lind j Bergh the murdered baby a father. 1 his rebuttal testimony is expected j to be twofold. He will Endeavor to j assist in Clearing the memory of his Mother in Laws maid servant and be also will testify that he has no recollection of Ever haying met Lou Harding a defense witness. Harding Lias testified that lie saw two men in a station Wagon and with a ladder on the Day of kidnapping and that they had asked him the Way to the Lindbergh a Hopewell estate. Neither of Hie men was Hauptmann. Harding said. Only a few of he several available recital witnesses will be needed prosecutors said today. They said they thought the defense was a too weak to need elaborate rebuttal. Verdict possible saturday stale and detente counsel agreed Flint barring unforeseen developments the Fate of Hauptmann May go to a jury in the end of the week with the possibility of a verdict by saturday tin acquittal verdict would mean that Hauptmann would to turned Back to Bronx county n. Y. Authorities to face charges growing out of his having been found to possess Lindbergh Ransom Money. A conviction of murder would Call for a sentence of death in the electric chair at Trenton. The defense has Mort handwriting testimony to bolster that of its no. I of inert John m. Trendley of East St. Louis ii who testified that Hauptmann did not write the Ransom notes. State experts said he did. More Alibi witnesses also Are to lie called to add the weight of their words to those who already have Aid that Hauptmann was in the Bronx on the night the baby was stolen from Bis Nursery. Edward j. Reilly chief of the defense counsel spent today in new York conferring with witnesses he expects to Call. He believes that the a to persons he has Limiter subpoena can All give their testimony before the end of wednesdays court session unless Cross examination takes up More time than is anticipated. The announcement that the state will not attempt to elaborate rebuttal led tonight to the prediction that the presentation of arguments by counsel might begin Friday. Cervantes to be honoured Madrid the Spanish government is planning to preserve the scenes Mills and houses in la Mancha immortalized by Cervantes in a Don Quixote a As monuments of National artistic interest. Take some Home real italian Spaghetti 50c with imported italian cheese quart. Spaghetti served Here with drink Small order 25c a Large order 40c sandwiches of All kinds everything Complete a ready to serve you France Britain draft program plan to ease arms restrictions Versailles treaty puts on Germany continued from rage i Terna Loual issues and the necessity of making a move to halt German rearmament it was Learned. An unexpected hitch however rumours said resulted in tonight Surprise meeting. Other surprising developments of the Day included a lengthy interview Between Premier Pierre Eleone Frandin of France arid sir Fred Crick Leithross British financial expert at which Frandin reputedly asked British Aid in obtaining International Curr Reney stabilization. Tile uncertainty of the United states Dollar s position was said to have brought on the discussion. M. Frandin was understood to have stressed the desire for revival of the International Gold Standard Aud it was believed he expected the British to convey his views to americans in London. A social session of the British Cabinet also was called some sources believed to consider an unforeseen turn taken by the Anglo French conversations or some fundamental Point of principle connected with the Anglo French approach to Continental problems. It was stated in official circles both French and British that both countries Are most apprehensive Over increased German armament and Are convinced that the time has come to move boldly to halt it. Work Relief Bill delayed members of committee unable to agree on provisions of measure continued from Page i showing How completely the administration fended off committee efforts to learn where the Money would go. Admiral Christian j. Peoples the chief witness at the hearings testified individual items would lie j drawn from a huge a Reservoir of desirable projects amounting in All to 832, xxi pm uhf int that no ape i Dir projects had been selected in Advance. The publication of the hearings i Hill also disclosed Many critical com j melds front committee men Liers a1 though the till i lad its defenders. Or. Peoples suggested that the i government could sell gasoline along Hie highways from which it could i derive profits. Senator Honey of Wyoming and Truman of Missouri both dem i Locrata suggested this would put the government into Competition with private business. Or. Peoples later explained that the gasoline could lie sold through Concession. Or. Peoples told the committee j a tile whole Bill anticipates that this will lie the last needed stimulation of business will break the backs of the depression. He testified segregation of items in the program was a clearly impossible because Tho fund must lie kept flexible. But pressed by committeemen on his third Day of testimony he finally gave this general breakdown of classifications within the a a Reservoir from which projects might be selected slum clearance and Urban housing $6,000,000,000. Rural housing $2.000,000.000. Grade Crossings. $2,0 ,000 up. National highways $3,000.000, xxi. Rural electrification $300,000,000. Reforestation sub marginal lands $850,000,000. Hoil erosion $300,000,000. So Vecial Federal projects $1so,000,-000. Community sanitation and health control. $125, xxx too. Non Federal projects $7,600,000,-000. Rivers Ami harbours. $8,000,<xx ,000. Stream pollution $380, xxx too. School building committee will report on Friday a building committee appointed Jan. 25 by the South Portsmouth Board of education will he ready to make a report to the Board next Friday night. At that time attorney John held Rich of Ashland and architect Arch Hayes of Russell will tie present. The attorney is to assist Hie Board in getting the new school project through pm a assistance. The building committee includes s. T. Reeder d. J. Miller. Edward Cooper Earl Burchett and Everett Lewis. Huntington woman Hurt Skull fractured. In Auto Accident near Mansfield Mansfield. Feb. 2�?mrs. Robert Hamilton 25, of Huntington. W. Va., suffered a fracture of the Skull and severe head lacerations today when an automobile plunged into a ditch on route 42, Southwest of Bere. Her husband was not injured. Offer to kill Huey Long told former Deputy sheriff relates attempts made on senators life continued from Page i Short orders bottle Beer Falls City a Hudepohl be i sen or no a by irks Felsen Brau on tap candies ice Cream fresh fruits cigarettes a tobacco Stop in and see us to refund county Bonds commissioners pass legislation for $31,000 Issue county commissioners saturday passed legislation to refund $31, xxx county Bonds after the sinking fund commission rejects the Issue this week the Bonds will be advertised for Sale. Sundae Shoppe Bill Gianetti mgr. 219 Chillicothe St. To drive or drink Akron James Livingston 49, Butler for Haney s. Firestone tire tycoon May not drive an automobile nor drink for the next five years or go into a Public place where liquor is sold or Given away with the exception of private residences. Judge Arthur w. Doyle passed tins sentence after Livingston pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with two traffic deaths. Tion followed a Compromise relative to additional taxes placed on Oil refineries through enactment of Laws at a recent special legislative session. Fred Parker the former Deputy sheriff named by Davis As his companion in the alleged plot to murder the senator also refused to testify. Davis testified Parker had approached him with an offer of a easy Money to a get Huey looked Over scene he told of walking about tie statehouse during the special session of legislature Aud standing on a rail to see if a shot could be taken at or. Long through a window. After tile failure to a do die jobs a Davis said the Price jumped to $20,ooo�? $10,900 for him and $10,000 for Parker. He said Parker told him the Money would be forthcoming within �?~15 minutes a and that it was coming from a a responsible then or. Davis said Parker accused him of being yellow and he resigned As Deputy sheriff at the request of Parker. Later he said lie heard Sidney Songy who or. Long said was one of Parker a agents was to take Davis place in the alleged the Square Deal association made no statement today other than the presidents regarding or. Long a publicity engineers meet in Athens four from Here attend association session for Southeastern Ohio Gerald Mckinney president of the Scioto county engineers club. Robert Manning and Harold Kraus. Or of Hie slate Highway department and Arthur Wall of the county engineers office attended a meeting of the registered professional engineers and surveyors association of Southeastern Ohio in Athens Friday. Tile meeting was the second of the association and a Constitution was adopted a discussion of fees and compensation for professional services was held but no definite action a taken. Old Gold coins found Tuskegee Ala. A workmen razing an old botel Here found $185 Iii Gold coins minted in 1834 and 1854 when they pried a mantel from a Wall. It was let believed the i Money was hidden behind the than Tel during the civil War by a fearful guest. Y Valentines in to 50c done to Hail yourself. Valentines Are worthless if they fail to lie exactly suited to the persons you Are sending them to. Pick them out Early while there is a grand assortment anti in sure you have one for every Typo. First floor Marti nos Charles of the Ritz facial with Eyebrow arc i special this week Only 1.00 get the Liene fit of those Rich creamy texture creams and cleansing ointments. Astringents. And expert massaging a that something you can to buy in any preparation for an additional 5<>e you can have your Eye brows and lashes dyed. Beauty shop third floor Martinos it looks like in the collegiate shop Spring frocks for Mies la to 17 if prints have never stirred your soul before prepare to meet your Waterloo when you see these a relies and taffeta. Mostly prints but there Are some striking Plain coloured types in Dusty Pink Navy Greige and Sweet pea. Collegiate shop second floor Martinos

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