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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - January 1, 1933, Portsmouth, Ohio To either Ohio Faix unday Mossy warmer possibly followed by tin Over North portion. Features the year la pictures a Page 16 tour Faro rite radio Star Page la. Vol. 34 no. 40. The Imi Lrtil Ptim maws Waltel Portsmouth Ohio sunday january i 1033 28 pages five cents Oke trims office staff 0 six men Lovey elect plans pro Iram rigid Economy appoints Wall. Thers take office newly elected county officials to begin work tuesday. A staff six men. Five Leas than i it number employed by Bis Pressor will go to work tuesday r Arthur h. Peake when he takes his duties As Scioto county Sartor. I Eake. Who succeeds Clyde Zeune. Flounced late saturday that he i boing in for Economy and Milo make no More appointments til lie sees How Mia Road work i re is in sight and How much Hhd is appropriated tor operate Hie office. Arthur e. Wall. Assistant City queer has been named chief put by Peake. Wall has been Ipi oved in the Portsmouth in leering department the last to . He was formerly employed tie state Highway department a i also has been connected with p City engineering department in Niin Nati. Resigns City Post. Wall resigned As assistant City pincer late saturday to accept f county Post. I. W. Mcdaniel Clifford has in reappointed maintenance Enticer Mcdaniel has served in this parity in the Surveyor office for r last three years. It. A. Connell. North Hui Road. Iii la craftsman and others splinter to serve As clerks Rodmen transit men Are j. W. Keller tit Street Fred Lauffer sixth reef. And William Duiker Sev the and Lincoln streets. All the in have worked in the Surveyor s fire for a number years. Work Slack. Take says that Only a Small Nunt Road work is being ear d in the county now and he cd he can operate his office with e above named staff. He says it by he necessary to name More i it a later in the year. Zeune carried a working Force men until dec. Is when funds please turn to Page three i0gs drop to 1878 prices # tor consumption dressed pork blamed for Low figures. Sith antedated press the it ago dec. Six live hog Day dropped to Levels unquoted Ive december 1878, in the final Arling session the year the sic ago livestock Exchange. K general decline 5 to fonts a Hundred almost eliminated hugs. The Peak paid today was in Fly $3, and that Only sparingly r Choice Light animals weighing tween 160 and a Joo pounds. Trad figured that the average Cost droves was sharply lower than a 2.s2 set yesterday. Fritch have threatened to drop to citral times in the last few a in a. Hut a rally at around 93.15 Dally sent quotations up. Quotations current today were 25 pm cent lower than last Satur in and approximately $1.50 lower Tan the final Issi prices. At in the prices has been the lowest i inc since the civil War. Poor consumption dressed pork in left packers cooler loaded us meat. Some which was a Light the foot at higher prices in new prevail. Packers already have taken Large Ives tory losses by buying freely i to in demand would broaden my now expect to wait until con incr show More appetite for a a re products. Capacity up and greetings 24 die. 222 injured in 1932 Here is a Good example to follow As father time flips Over another Page his diary. Smile like june yla Seit charming film Queen is doing. Forget 193$ with a Hope and disappointments and crash into 1933 with a big wide Grin and the firm determination to find that Corner around which Prosperity has been hiding. Now All together a goodbye 1933 hello. 1933 Alfred Schaefer Winner in Battle coloured lights Howard Doerr his next door neighbor is runner up in Christmas decoration Duel other winners contest announced Many get honorable mention. A Battle Brilliant coloured bulbs was waged during the Christmas week Between adjoining neighbors upper fourth Street and ended new years eve when the three judges for the Portsmouth Garden club announced the winners the Christmas decorating contest. Alfred Schaefer 1605 fourth Street won first place and Howard Doerr next door 10ob fourth Street came in a close second. Third place went to a l. Hitchcock Timlin Hill. Thirteen prizes in All were awarded by the Garden club and 21 Homes were Given honorable mention. Hundreds lights were used Ink profusion the exterior the Schaefer Home and in the rear a miniature Manger was arranged. A merry go round effect was used at the Doerr Home which was lighted with Blue lights and at the Bottom Reindeer were held up by a Large White Star. The House too was decorated with Many varied coloured lights All proclaiming Tho Christ mag season. The Hitchcock Home which la one the City a most picturesque dwellings is situated a High Knoll Timlin Hill and the White towers the Home were brought out in deep contrast to the Black night by Means Large flood financial issues await Assembly \ up i Val Ion for loan membership Are approved. Both assert Teg pre i Nunn Ati o., Der. Sling capacity the fifth Dis Home Loon honk was $1.50 to $5,735,000 by Quot a a Val la More applications a a tip to Cra hip. Herman a Ollariu Lieut the Bank. Warn informed in Washington today. If Totoa. Tot la has said. Ted to l2j�m0i� a against quota allotted the a tank. Which serve Ohio Ken a and Teorose. >14 he nine new Dot the Bank to be named Quot a t it not let today. A a Ain predicted for coming week a Bee a a it it a a a tor the Wert be Quot a Munday in the tin Lair a a mutes. I Amati ram to my a in the i do ado. Tot cd tardily fair at ctr and warmer monday Raider a Dor a a Aeb Finisy cd Tia i r it until chum a by t a Pimp Fly rate Carty it a a Mare Weest a Ai it i pm ted by Etc Tom Toter moola Valdev toe Dof Rte a . Warmer re a pal tor Tomah end please turn to Page three jury panels it to re drawn commission to give wheel whirl monday to draw names. Petit and grand jurors for the january term common pleas court will be drawn in common pleas court at 11 30 a. In. Monday. The juries will he drawn by the jury commission. Waiter f. Gahm Ami Ray h. Duvendeck. In the presence judge Russell k. Mccurdy. Ork William Tho nip to and sheriff Al. Bradwell. The juries will be drawn under provisions the new Ohio jury code. The commission will draw a to names for Petit jurors Aud 15 for grand jurors. Since the Law requires the juries be drawn the first Day Hie court term it is necessary to draw them monday since it is the first Day the january term. $3 fee fails to halt Rush for licenses by to associated press Newport. Kyj. Dec. 31�? depression and a $3 increase in marriage License fee a did t deter ohioan from coming Here to he married in 1032. Sam far clerk the Ken Toa county court said 2.000 couple got certificates from him in 1032. As against 2.982 in 1931. Most them were from Ohio. Of Brien inaugurated mayor new York by to asserts prs new Yuk dec. 31.�?john it Rock Brien whose uncaged a been traced Nick to the first King Erin. A Wora in today a oms America largest City. It a a simple ceremony. La accordance with Orrlea a idea making everything a Baa Timpte a we Roo hand after taking the oath office a the 07th no it the Cit. O brie Shook hand with everyone in sight and it a Oil Over. Senator Ackerman sue for $25,000 clues studied in m Coin Case conflicting developments baffle police in attorneys disappearance. By the associated pre Columbus o., dec. 31.�?a myriad conflicting developments baffled police tonight As they sought to learn whether r. 8. To Corn missing Henderson n. A attorney was dead alive. Columbus police were presented with two stories today and each upset the theory advanced by the other. The first was the report . James Beer that stains found a Glove and in the automobile the former North Carolina state senator were made by human blood. Thin seemed to strengthen the report received by officials the Southern state that the missing Man was slain in Virginia dec. 23 by robbers and his body buried in Maryland. The second Story that two ohioans that they had seen Mccoin several Day after he was reported to have been slain strengthened the report that Mccoin had been in this Region As late As Christmas eve. Announcement the developments in Ohio came from assistant chief detective Thomas bully Columbus after Roanoke a police declared a Man giving the name a Cdr. M. E. Yergin had been questioned there a because he had been he was not arrested. Ohio legislators to meet monday to devise Way to pull state government through another two years new7 taxes Relief presents huge task governor White to ask solons to prepare budget for Only first six months year Battle for Senate control seen. By h. H. Daugherty associated press staff writer Columbus o., dec. 31�?beset by financial difficulties and other problems great importance the Ohio general Assembly will swing into action monday to devise ways and Means pulling the Buckeye state government through another two years. Ignoring the belated Celebration the new year the legislators will tackle their program a Day when the Ordinary citizen is at rest taking invoice prospects for 1933. While the task providing suf-4---------- fic Lent Money to keep toe governmental machinery running holds Promise being a difficult one the matter raising from $12.000, to $20,000,000 to feed and care for the unemployed presents an even greater task. To solve these two perplexing questions the Law makers probably will have to consider Many plans new taxation and a revamping present systems to increase the state s revenues. Gov. George White has indicated that he will ask for at least one new form taxation but what form that will take remains undecided. The governor is prepared to a a the Assembly in his Lul tial message which May he transmitted the opening Day to prepare a state budget for Only the first six Mouths. He also is considering asking it to draw up a final budget Only for next year instead for the next two years As hag been the custom. Of a one year budget is enacted the legislature would have to tie called into special session a year hence to premire the 1034 budget. In announcing his consideration the yearly budget plan the governor revealed that he believes the latter half the new year will see an upswing in business which May be reflected by an increase in the state s revenues. Should this upturn come the state then Woald tie in position to construct a 1934 budget that would a permit restoration some curdled activities. But before the legislature eau get Down to business monday it first must organize and some delay May be experienced particularly in Tho Senate where the democrats hold the whip hand Only through the vote the lieutenant governor. So far. Toe equal division�?16 member each Between democrats and republicans in the upper chamber has resulted Only in the tentative selection sen. D. H. De Armond Hamilton Democrat As president pro tem. In the House representatives the democratic majority la sufficient to dictate organization. The state democratic organization headed by governor White and state chairman Henry g. Brunner is putting up a determined fight to control the Senate and thereby take All important positions for democrats. Tile republicans under the leadership Hen. Earl it. Lewis by Blairsville designed Leader Are fighting As doggedly for a somewhat equal division the plums. I love him to 8�y� Aimer. Denying intention getting divorce. By 1% associated pre los Angeles Dee. 31.�? although reportedly confined to her bed with severe illness. Aimer Temple Mcpherson Hutton internationally known evangelist today took notice persistent rumours that Abe and her husband David l. Hutton jr., choir Singer were planning a divorce by issuing an emphatic denial. A i want the world to know i love the evangelist said. A i waa alone for 17 years to is the Dearest boy in the world and even if i did no to love him. I would t get a earlier in the Day mrs Hutton announced Pion to make a tour the world visiting her in Lea Iona she said Abe would leave in february and would a Arce pealed Only by her Mother a Law . De rid Hutton. By. A lift a sweater asks cask refund a Sale sunday automobile club to be open from 9 to 12 a. In. A couple thousand More 1933 automobile License Toga were told in Portsmouth saturday but there Are still Many motorists who wont be seen in their car Munday simply because they Haven to substituted Orange and Black plate for their present licenses. The Portsmouth Auto club will be open from 9 to 12 a. In. Sunday Selling tags to All who wish to buy them it a announced late saturday. It estimated that Only about 5.000 tags bav4 been sold by the Portsmouth dealer no far while about 10,000 were sold during 1932. Regin monday slash in officials salaries becomes effective for 2 year period. Of the Alineri Atrul pre Columbus o., dec. 31.�?Ohio officials Ami employees will go to work monday at reduced salaries. Pay cuts voted by a special session the general Assembly last 8eptemer at the request governor White go into effect monday for a two year period. There is a Silver lining in the slashes however for Nome officials a two judge the state supreme court and the chief Justice actually receive pay increases. Judges Thomas a. Jones Jackson and Edward h. Matthias Van Wert and tin chief justin4 have been serving under the salary scheduled effective prior to the pay increases ordered for the court in 1927. The legislature six years ago raised the annual salary the chief Justice to $12,800 from $9.<h, and judge from $8,500 to $12,000. Hie new chief Justice Carl v. Weygandt Cleveland will re Cele $10,480 a year under Hie reduced schedule provided by the legislature and the two judges will lie paid $10,000 a year marking an actual increase $1,500 each. Judge will p. Stephenson West Union elected to the unexpired term the late judge Robinson must take a $2,000 a year redaction. Gov. George White takes a $1,600 pay Cut under his own sponsored legislation. The gubernatorial salary will he $8,400 a year Jan. 2. After local Rivers enjoying Boom Scioto out Banks for first time in a Tony weeks. The Ohio and Scioto Rivers were reported rising Here saturday late hut Only at the rate about an Inch an hour. Much the Low la in the 8�ioto Bottoms is inundated As a result an exceedingly heavy rainfall Over the Scioto Valley. Smaller streams in the county particularly Brush Creek enjoyed a Boom for the first time in Many weeks saturday. Brush Creek left its Banks in several places. The Ohio is expected to become station Ary Here today. The rainfall saturday was 0.80 an Inch. Dozens Small Ohio Stream slipped out their books yester Day inundated Road and flooded the main Street Bucyrus. Traffic Over 20 Road a tied up a the result the flood. Cold weather a expected to halt the creeping water. When the Sandusky River at Bucyrus passed flood stage the water ran about a foot deep in the main Street. State and National highways in half a dozen count in were covered with 18 inches Aster hut the weather Bureau at Columbus and tote state Highway detriment expected the flood to recede Over the week end. By 1933 gets Chilly reception from Portsmouth watch parties Aud dances held in City As new Lear breezes in cold wave and old year is a Ngien the Boot. That Little fellow. Us needed an overcoat to Caver i Vesiutlj-4ad fora loot a Teal by Mem he fatally made i Tim appearance in Hamilton. Oil. Oar 31. A for i2v�� data be for inf Erfe to a ii Wahied to by sen it web n. A Karrau Quot Ieese land a cd three other the de fan aim Are h r a Nee Nahr and Ai Leo Boa hawd to. Or and mrs. A Macawley. Of Arette were killed i la Green Bay. We. Dee Sec Laid enough a a a a sweater from a Awee hut the to he to it hark and demand a ref 6 her a to a the wrong Atoe proved Tom Burh for the Patina eve a feral merchant a the remit. A a1 Clark a any a Toter be grand raped mtofe., Wal j Leat the aes so Dey a i the Meres Ausit y ate loser. He pleaded gouty few oaten. To it we to a hand adar Fate Clad la i traditional diaper he a horned and a ared from cold a a Arf eve wind drove the tee teary i port Arouth Ebenm Soeters Doan to St Bugle is after Eric it Laere pleasant weather. To Etty honed the feat the world to new re Dag the Ama Mph the ear air waa Naif Ere i 8 by a to Balita Jaa. Old am All Ana the spirit Afaf the Portare. Wha the i a a. ,.__.__. For better Days. Evident by Mary a chord in Ord hark to the Hoar 12 Moo revolver arms were a. Mater oath pc Par flee a a a a Ltd a i a a Avreet. Lia air ii i Tea # ainu by sept the Bacn a it a Earth i. Leg la the Greet tog tax Kiana Aad from Saak Grater mat Avreet to new i Ark a beware Aad Broadway a a to i watch per Otto Sod a Fht kids Fowler Safe from tragic Calls after 10 years As Coroner Here a a a a retires from office after investigating More than 1.200 cases inquires into 133 cases in last year. Two Only seeing life at its very Al worst hut after investigating 1,246 cases heart Breaks grief and sorrow Virgil k. Fowler. 634 second Street who served As Kroner Scioto county for the last to years retired from office at Midnight saturday. He is succeeded by . Kiwis Moore Gault Republican who was elect i la november. Before retiring from Offu a sat inlay night Coroner Fowler said that he wound up i fifth Terra by investigating 133 violent sudden deaths in this county in 1932 Ami had probed 1,246 deaths while in office. Fifty nine deaths which he investigated during the year resulted from natural causes and 23 persons who lost their lives were tile victims automobiles. Ijmte year 20 persons lost their lives As a result automobile accidents. Even though this is a time depression and Many officials to dieted fear great increases Iii the number self destruction cases there were Only 12 suicides in the City a decrease three Iii comparison with 1931. An increase was noted in the number persons burned to traffic toll in City and county heavy i need for strict enforcement vehicular Laws seen in figures. Deaths increase \ Rigi. E. For Ler death As 13 persons lost their lives in this Mamie As compared to six fire vtcli.%. In 1931. Please turn to Page 7 Wilson May be put Board a bite Likely to name him to lax Post say Miller gets motor Job. By the Assaria and per Columbus . Dec. Chalmers r. Wilson commit wooer motor vehicles tinder Secretary state Claret a j. Brown May not he Long without a Job by roast it a his chief tenure office expiring Jan. 9. It was Learned today that Wilson May he Tov. George White a Louon for member Alp the state tax commission to succeed John 8. Edwards repo i lean. Of Licking county whose six year term expire Early next february. It has been reported the governor will not reappoint Edward. The state tax commission position carries a salary $6,900 a year and Edwards a in visor must he a Republican in order to keep the commission bipartisan. The other members Are George c. Braden Trumbull county and Quincy a. Davis Butler county am Anthony j. Kraus Wyandot county both democrats. Secretary state elect George 8. Myers Cleveland who assumes his duties in january has not yet announced the Pec a it nne his off he but it has been reported that Don Miller brother mayor Hay t. Miller Cleveland and a former football coach at Ohio state University May be named to succeed Wilson As commissioner motor vehicles. Wilson is a world War Veteran having served As a colonel in the signal corps. Dies Way to Hospital three Brothers expire suddenly in few months former Wellston Man dead spa Tel Tath. Tim Wellston dec. waa received Bere saturday the sudden death William Baumgartner 55, for 22 years a resident Wellston. Baumgartner died in Columbus while in route to a Hospital. I death is the third three Brothers who have died suddenly sine october. Charles a pol iceman dropped dead after Locking up a prisoner in the Behring jail the latter part october. Fred another toothed died Eft grief a abort time later at Dalton William Baumgartner waa employed by the m Inglewood Cool co., while a resident Wellston. He has lived to col amid a four months and was an employ the Houi efort Coal be. There. He mid at 3798 West ninth Avenue. Veinte bus. He i arrived by Bis wife Tad three Childre. Ralph Bart. Aad i Betty tee Heather. Job. Mantel Lea. 0�?z a Adame Atour . Ralph Burk Annite. Funeral Orfe we in at a what a Bull what a liar a Here s Story that Ifould put Baron Munchausen to shame. Both a Casarta t4 Prass Burlington. Wi., dec. 31. A if one can believe what the judges say. The a biggest liar in the United states was selected tonight. The trouble was one could t believe anyone in town today. Even the judge have caught the idea. They even withheld the name the Winner for hours. A a a Manuel Hahn Chicago. President the Burlington liars club a one the judges but be could not be present. The Choice therefore was made by C. Hulett Burlington vice president and h. W. Bib Emring Burlington policeman and Secretary treasurer. The judges complained about the size their Job. Twelve Hundred entries to choose from drawn from the four Corners the country. Or was it 12,? i it at night they narrowed the Choice to 25 and from this pile selected the tallest tale. To the author Bent lh1 Honor succeeding Orin butt Bay City mich., the 1932 Chi in Pion. A a a la Erk is the Story a about 30 years ago Quot be wrote a i worked for a Man who sued a Bull with a terrible temper. One Daj when my Law Wasny to looking the Hull bore a Lown Oil him and before i could run up to tote the Bull Over the Fence the old Man was pretty Well scattered Over the farm Yard. The situation required an emergency operation a delicate grafting tissue. There Wasny to anything around except a sheep so i took that sheep Ina re and patched up the Boas. He s a Hale and Hearty Farmer today. Only All a can eat la pan pods and Coni stalk. And this year we sheared by pounds Wool from Youngstown steel area activity up birth a aria Tea Prada Youngstown. 0�?z dec. Ill gains in a it Tivit Lee two Large steel Campania next week will Send Mill operations la the Youngstown District from about 14 per West capacity to approximately 16 per cent. Schedules posted today revealed. Carnegie Uteri co a bes a mar plants will resume after a ported idleness and Republic steel corp. Will feeble the mater a open Hearth to ram in. Finishing Mill activity ates will Abow Aam farm Khz ii due by neat wednesday a to say rats a a i fwd Washington. Do. Btu Omar it i the so Toumi police in City investigate 379 accidents casualties listed. That strict enforcement tra a Fie Laws both in Portsmouth and 8clotn county la necessary was seen saturday night when a checkup 1932 revealed that Twenty four person were killed in automobile accidents in the count As whole. Five these fatalities occurred in the City. To tire were 26 fatalities in the county in 1931. Two Hundred and Twenty two persons were injured in City accidents. Police investigated 379 accidents within the City limits. Forty pedestrians were struck by automobile. These astounding figures the traffic tall in the Rity and county were obtained through the efforts Coroner Virgil k. Fowler and Cha Rte Clowe head the police record Bureau. Nine Hundred and seventy eight persons were arrested in the City for violation traffic Laws As compared with 1,586 arrested in 1931. Classification traffic arrests was As follow speeding 4. Reckless driving 2<w illegal parking 785. Improper defective lights and Brake 6, failure to observe Stop sign Light we improper registration lie ens tag 34. Violation by pedestrian k All other violation 34. Lists Accident by month. According to a Iowa there we re 41 accidents in january 25 in february 22 in March. 42 in april. 27 in May 34 in june 27 in july 30 please turn to Page two Roosevelt meet leaders conference to be held in new York City next thursday night. By a Casarta to Prada Washington. Dec. 81-Presh Dent elect Roosevelt has made Plana to Confer next ten Ruday night lit new York with a my group bus party leaders. Representative Rainey Illinois the democratic floor Leader today made Public the Date the conference. Originally it had been planned to have the meeting in Albany but to accommodate the members Congress the incoming president will go to new York to meet them probably at Tbs Biltmore botel among those who will attend Tbs conference Are speaker Garner the vice president elect. Senator Robinson Arkansas the Democrat Al floor Leader in the Senate. Representative Rainey senators Byrne sooth Carolina and har Taoa Mississippi. Chairman Collier the Bouse Way and Means committee chairman Byrns Ute House appropriations committee representative Mcduffie Alabama. The democratic whip Sod probably chairman Sumners toe Bouse judiciary committee. It la Likely that the Coo be rpm a will embrace a toll discussion it the democratic legislative program. Including budget balancing Acou omy. Taxes submission in repeal amendment farm Relief and Beer legislation. T the conference la new York come a Day after chairman Coiner mans to Lay before bus committee the problem lading source Rev a a to balance the had Gat too patrolmen hit in Akron shakeup in tar Assort prs Arslan. 0�?z Dee. Ill a Potto depart me shakeup ordered by mayor c Beton Sparks today a harm in n9m it nem Dirk. Lier. It tar a a Sapor wee nor to a Ara tote j in for tier $1 today Stow to rutted red Al a Caw a Stow ass a a am tto be too Owci cd and i Deteo tor pm tor i feted in iwo

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