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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - January 1, 1933, Portsmouth, Ohio Joi Day j Aku Ary 2, 1933the Portsmouth times Portsmouth 0. Scouting has made great strides Wes year Vith greater membership i Ork of Scioto area Council is praised responsible for Success. Details activities oys have taken great interest in civic affairs in Portsmouth. Scioto area Council. Boy scouts is accomplished during the three a arte of the depression what few her organizations have Lieen Able do and finished tile year 1932 till an increase in membership. Be organization began the year Ith a Mem la or shop of 1,102 and ,.mhi the year with a paid in Maui a ship of for three Suc a Shive years through 193031-32, Ider Adverse conditions the scout Gani Zatko has poohed Forward <1 each year Short n a gain in Niem a a and activities. This record is made possible through the undid spirit of local men both i the scout District committee in Rev org on the program Aud i tit us Arlo the scoutmaster of More than 200 men have in organised As volunteers to try on the boy scout program it re. La. K. Cook is the retiring pre sift of Scioto area Council and the uns Mooth scout District. Ilene a t of Rani succeeds him us president is into area Council and or. Cd i. Eidson takes Over the chairman in of the Portsmouth scout Dos let. George is the retiring a out commissioner and will in inc need by Paul Stockham new Tom Sstoner for 1933. Corwin Knowles i served for several years Asta surer of the scout organza a is. Trouil of Heron members of the boy scout sex utile committee feel that the rec d of Scioto area Council during 32 is mutually Fine and would i credit to any scout under the most favourable edition. To make a it Complete Recd of the organization for 1932 is i i sensible except in a lengthy Job Atlon. The outstanding High spots of huh of the years program Orlef told. Indicate what a inner car the scout organization Bas id. A record of 03 different troops ohm. My by various churches Bool legions and luncheon clubs in ghost Tim District represent s in available population one of highest figures in the entire my of Thimio in density of scout and population. A i a in a figure on it Lay i of 1.184 id in member at National head Art or. A membership of approx lately 1.13b at the end of the a which is a slight Advance in a mile ship Over 1931. This Lias. N maintained in spite of the fact at Wally boy Are handicapped a living their National fee and Are Rte heating in the scout program Cert he less. attend meets an estimated attendance at weekly v Stout troop and mitral where the Isis receive their out degree training under Volun a i Aden was 42.000. This is a by conservative figure and re ire uts Only to pot a int of i Quot Quot to attendance. This Means that a hts were kept Busy in super lined up meeting about 100000 hours ring the Vear. This figure is Conli entirely to the scout troop Lings end Doe not include Auy Lier is out activities. Twelve Hundred Ami seventy mar fridges were won. This is an tuition of Quality in the scout pro s it Stop the tickle a Hen it Stotts the cough it ends colds often overnight a its Mouth product that has a hade you Are suffering right now a cough or cold if your head i Ped up your ear ring your Cater your nose dogged your mire Aud your Chest contest a i t fool around with a lot of Ain tills nor dangerous drugs it at Aud curb the very cause in cold. You can do it Hest men tar Oil. Hold in Porta at Smiths three drug mores. I tar Oil la better than Roost Iii is Lough syrup because it in no i he than 12 Serrate Hents known to work wonder rid be rough Ami cold. Men it is tie trates deep into their a i Are and i out every of inflammation and Pongee you feet latter the first Fol amt a of nude let recovery of i brr fart. A tart Iii to. Twit Mir get it at halt b s drug St we and or boar dec an at it a i How quickly it bring a Relief w wonderful for Chil Nafe Ami Imra View or Smtth a a a �h1 in a a4r. J Gram Aud is a record of the local i organization the average record in i the Mist having been around 700. During the year to scout have i been awarded Bagle 8eout badges i the highest degree rank of the boy j scouts. What scout did that scouts have Lieen very act tire in outdoor activities is shown Lay the following facts two Hundred boys silent at least one week in summer Camp 5�u different scout camped out Over night at tile annual scout circus and participated in an All Day program Inelus. Ing hikes swimming contests in scouting and the like 8,000 Evergreen Trees were planted by scouts Kio boy participated in the annual a. B. C. Exchange club traffic picnic at Camp oyo my scouts hiked during hike week a total of 20, to Miles to win hike medals. Featuring the mass rallies held by the scout organization were the i Jamboree. The total scout attendance at these jamborees reached 3, parents and friends. These show the wide variety of to mining which the boys receive in their scout activities. Have helped City scouts of Scioto area Council have been very Busy in their Community service work. More than 1,000 toys were collected. Minted and repaired and an additional 1,000 toys were distributed for City firemen. Two thousand five Hundred Homes were visited for old clothing and thousands of garments were collected As a result of this drive for the Bureau of Community service and bed Cross units. I Cading the list of Community service projects was the year round work of the Exchange Dull a always be careful Quot traffic boys. During the year 0,200,000 Street Crossings of school children were guarded. The Day by Day influence and example of the boys und volunteers for this great Public work Lias influenced Drivers of automobiles As nothing else Bas and has made Portsmouth unusually Safe place for school kiddies. Eighteen Hundred dollars Worth of work Aud material were donated to the scout Camp in the Way of improvements during the last summer. In Portsmouth 82 men graduated from a National scout leaders training course. Twenty one graduated from the same Type of course in Ironton making a total of 103 men who finished with at least six weeks Aud la Vine ease la weeks of training to Lead scout troops. The wide score of this practical training is shown by the fact that 83 men graduated As compared with 03 test i unit. I it Ere Ion intensifies tile program for 1933 is a Challenge to the Volunteer workers of the he out organization to make up for limited finances by renewed Devotion to the cause of scouting. The leaders Point out that Quot what boys Are to lie they Are now Aud that Quot a Liny Only grows up once Ami How he grows is tremendously undoubtedly the need for a Boyscout program is Basic throughout the entire nation and the depression has Only intensified till need. Modern Industrial Ami mechanical civilization. Particularly for the City toy has presented for him problems in living and character development which Means that if the Industrial civilization is to he maintained a ooh programs As scouting must la maintained. Today editorial comment on the Day t new by a rth cd Brisbane a out inned from Page four in his Chicago jail told tills writer a a bar busies Iii Chicago is Beer. That is a hut Chicago drinks. In new York it is whiskey. Therefore. We consider our Racket harmless. In fact beneficial since it menu Beer instead of Bucharest report a russian air plane shot Down by polish flier when it crossed the russian Hue at Botin a a a Ort of triple Corner where Poland. Russia and Rumania meet. Three polish plane shot Down the russian plane three other russian air plane came to Hie Rescue too late. That might Start interesting de Velo Patent. Nation duelling along the russian Border May regret it. If they allow their an by passion to Rise too High. . Of. Jan. 2�?frank r Ina lies of Coalton is critically ill in of. Carmelle it Spital. Cd them. An examination by or. Out revealed the patient is suffering with i it Renti iou anaemia with the i Tuth involved. The i it a marrow u effected and by spleen is an enlarged that i heart i crowded causing Grea difficulty in Bren Ming. A mood transfusion will a non he Given and i wife. Ii a a i Haslett ritual will give Imbu let Rov Birne the id id i satisfactory. A beside. Wha. With i father in Law. C. W. Haslett. Whitn. Ate a a serrated or Tab the Joyd by Bine Coal mine Valt till e Quot the de. I we known in Wetter or. Start the new year right by letting Osuke cart of your mowing he uling problems to womb mall Hakki i a bomb in a ,. Old leaders old ideas lose out in House Battle perhaps most important Bill passed during 1932 was Glass Steagall act designed to Aid Federal Reserve system. By William s. Neal International new service staff writer Washington Jan. 2.�?the yen 1932 has been an epochal period in the history of tile National House of representative. Old lenders and old ideas have fallen legislation a emerged in a Lindy harassed by a constituency made restless by the economic situation. Scenes were enacted during the past year which had never been duplicated in the memory of the oldest legislators. The legislative record of the last Yew probably will lie judged impartially by future historians leaders now Are divided upon the value of the lavish exp mixture of funds and the extraordinary Grants of i Power voted by the Home. The program was largely that recommended by president Hoover hut i democratic leaders insist that the most important of tile presidents recommendations were based upon previous Idio cratic legislation or suggestions by member of that party. Perlis a a the most important Hill passed was tile Glass Steagall act designed to enlarge the credit facilities of the Federal Reserve system to meet the demands on the american Gold Reserve. Tile House missed the reconstruction finance act granting to that body extraordinary Power Aud resource to stabilize the credit of the nation. Another of president Xvi Over a program Bills paned was the Federal Home loan Batik aet while the House also missed the Hill approx i a a a my in in i i Tankel Khal opens tuesday a Well murder a Case to get under Way in w est Union tuesday. West Union of. Jan. 2�?virgil Yankee 29, will go on trial Iii Adams county common pleas court tuesday before judge j. R. B. Kessler on a charge of first degree murder growing out of the Quot Well murder Quot of mrs. Josie Alluwe. 40, Mother of seven children Ami the Mother of Yankees common Law wife. Annie Hawes 17. The girl accuses Yankee at shooting her Mother and forcing her to help strip her parents body of clothes and throwing it in in aban dotted Well in an isolated Section of the county near Locust Grove. Yankee denies the charges. Poth Yankee and the girl Are held in the jail Here. Cecil Yuikee. A brother of the a Censed Man who has been held in the jail Fop questioning in connection with the crime has i teen released. Attorney Earl Parker Waverly and attorney ii. La. Kneel Fly will defend Yankee. The. Following jury panel a Lieen drawn from which to select a jury Edgar Knauff. Stout e. W. Reighley Winchester Goldie Morrison. Cherry Fork Jay Arnold. Peebles Rickey West Union Carl Shell. Winchester j. W. Smith. Winchester Bertha Foster. Manchester j. T. Evans Winchester j. K. Shriver. West Union Carl Kirac Huer Manchester Ray Murphy Peebles m. F. Caplinger Peebles j. It. Doak. Seaman w. P. Davis. Manchester Herman Tomlin. Manchester Earl sea a ii. Peebles j. I. Tref. Seaman Ana Copeland Peebles Ethel Campitell West Union. The i tit jurors will a Pear for jury duty .1 an nary 10. 1983. At 9 00 a. In. Tobacco sales reopened today Market has More than million pounds awaiting buyers. Maysville ky., Tau. 2�? tobacco Rales were resumed in Maysville monday to continue in Progress until the entire 1932 Burley crop has been marketed. In three weeks of the pre Holiday Market a total of 6.490,005 pounds i hissed Over rim Breaks of the to Maysville warehouses to bring the Farmers 885,its,. An average Price of $13.04 per Hundred pounds. In the Early season Leaf prices started off Al out $3 above the often ing Market of 1931 but the third week the averages on Days sales exceeded the Egi Price by $5 or More. Market summary season Sale 0.490,005 season Money .$85,175.0 season average $13.04 season High crop $ season High im-ket.$43.ut four Farmers institutes set Adam county agriculturalists to gather for annual conferences. W est Union. Of. Jam. 2 there will he Imp firm to i a raters log re Tom Beld at Emmaa Jan. J in it of. Jan. 4. Liberty and Tiffin town big a Jan. I. Wheat tatar and Utah taut it ate arb foe Jan a and i. Samb inset ate will be Beld in the mob Sib i eyes. The Blat in tent atm he Brid in the by we a a Nib 4 a flan a Wynn John g. Peebles Iii who i of printing the $125,000,000 to strengthen the Federal farm loan Bank. Tile democratic House leadership a with a margin of Only a few votes put through two program Bills of note in the new year. It missed tile voids Borough Bill directing tile fp<1 Era i Reserve Boa re to use it Powers to restore Hie 1920 Price Levels. Tile House also tossed the Stoa Gall Bill for guarantee of Bank deposits. Both failed in the Senate. New figures Rise with the democratic accession new figures Rose. They included rep. Henry t. Rainey of Illinois 72-year-old Veteran who a made party Leader rep Joseph w. Tyrns of Tennessee chairman of the appropriations committee and rep. John Mcduffie of Alabama tarty whip and rep. Charles r. Crisp of Georgia acting Clin or a ii of the ways and mean committee. The House passed the Batman Dill for Cash payment of tile $8,400,000,000 soldiers Bonus but it died in the Senate. As a result of the agitation Over the measure tile Quot Bonus army came to Washington. Prohibition was a prominent figure during 1932. The wets form a Roll Call on tile Beck Lynth icim Resolution submitting re thai of the 18th amendment to the states. Tile measure commanded 1n7 votes for to 227 against. Another attempt was made when the Garner a Emieal Resolution a brought up on dec. 5, the first Day of the new session. It failed although it commanded 272 votes for to 144 against. The wets thus Gamin 85 vote in about five Mouths. The House also voted on Hie Oconnor Hull Bill legalizing 2.75 per cent liver Over the leaders protest hut it too failed. Injured youth in Hospital % Auto Accident victim suffers from mashed foot under observation. Wellston. Jan. 2�? raid och ring 12-Yea mid son of or. Urn or. Frank och ring of North Milligan Avenue Wai taken to White Cross Hospital. Columbus in Tho n. J. Bimpong invalid car for Obaer vat Ion. The toy suffered a serious injury to his right foot in a truck Accident when it wag caught Lief Ween a truck on which lie was Riding and a Telephone Iolo near Hamden. The truck driven by bin brother. Everett jelling. Wag wrecked when it left the Road Aud struck the pole. Grant Kelley who wms assisting on the track i a unhurt As a the Driver. The three boys had been to the Edwin Barnhill farm and were hauling slag toward Len Snoen. Suits filed in Greenup court merchants ask for judgment Farmer seeks divorce from wife. Greenup. By. Jan. 2�?the following suits have Liene filed in circuit clerk Kelly Spears office Anderson and Mccormick merchant of Russell through attorney ii. In Rigg. Raceland Are asking for a judgment in the sum of $244.33 for merchandise is. R. I Hardimon and his wife or. Hard Iman. No property for execution the Ben Williamson hardware co. Ashland is. J. H. Pennngton. Is the style of a suit filed through attorney l. I. Brace. Russell. This Law tuition slates that in oct Olier 1931 they recovered judgment from the defendant for $498.33 with interest from Ort. 31. 1931 Aud costs of 14.70. Sheriff George Crisp now makes a report that no property could lie found subject to an execution. The company now asks for a general order of attachment against the defendant s property and that defendant in required to answer and discover any Money in which he has an interest eur. Which shall tie subject 4o payment of plaintiffs 1-osts. Seeks divorce Lee Yates a Well known Fanner of Stonington. Is seeking a divorce from Maudys notes whom he married at Wurtland. Tkv. Aug. 13. 1930. Or. Yates claims that his wife deserted him three dam later and 1� now at Jamestown. A. N. In. Klein was appointed it warning order attorney. T. E. Nickel Greenup attorney for plaintiff. A i write a Tim mail hag seek robbers in three counties Wellston. Of. Jan. 2�?a warrant has been issued for the arrest of one suspect of the robbery of or. Charlotte Grover 70-year-od widow who was robbed of a Large sum of Money at Ber Home in Liberty township last monday night. The warrant a for the arrest of Leeward Porter who is alleged to have entered the Home and com mined the rubbery which a the second involving the aged woman. A copt of the warrant Mas dispatched to the sheriff of Lawrence Nav qty. W lore it i ret gifted that i vet be had go but later reports i lilt ated the Man had go into Mot enmity. A get Irtel Warr at was sent to the sheriff of it Toto t naut it a and off ref expert a arrest. The iffy nor for arrest was worn or by k k goer. Awa of the aged Cwm a. Hem to Aam by Tinner to have in Bat Fth pm Titei a the thief the rubbery a sad Man idly while or Grover a diag her the to which a taxpayers Quot of Washington township Tell their Side editor of tile time regarding the article of Lier. 29. 1932. Headed a examiner a tires trustee of Washington township Quot we want the Public to know a few facts in the ease. We want them to Kiino that the trustees personally asked for a ruling in this matter of Coal hauling some time Early in october of Liis year and the ruling was re a a Vivod on this 29th Day of Dewein Lier. This being brought out in common pleas court in the injunction suit of the Coal dealers. The trustees Felt that the tax payers of Washington township who i Wight bus truck Aud met in a for a certainly should Hare the Rigau to use same in emergencies like the present one tile name of the citizens mentioned Iii said article Many of them Haven t earned a Dollar for More Titan two years and those that have a few Dollar in certain fun Uncial institution were unable to draw same and of no fault of their own. As everyone who reads tills will recognize this fact. The trustees of Washington township have never entered into the Coal Bushless a charged and have never at any time sold Coal to the citizen of Washington township or any other township. The citizen mentioned in the article asked for the use of the township track Ami in each Case Furrha de the Coal themselves or by their representative at the mine mid the truck Driver and paid for fuel used. It looks very unreasonable to us i that less Tiara on Tinly of i Ier cent of the tax wyers of a Iowa ship can Tell All the rest where they must Bay their fuel. When the people an in such desperate Cir cd mat a Nee. Simply lie cause some a of them live in Homes owned by the mortgage Holder and the oui reason they Don t take them Over the mortgage Holder has no renter or buyer for same and would rather they would not is vacant. I it Wise for Hie trustee to refuse the Aid they have tried to give their Leople. And then Iii 30 Day lie Toni a led to give them order on the township Ami make an added Burden to the taxpayer in t it More encouraging for them to assist these peo a in to help themselves anyhow ran a jury of the people find them guilty of a very serious crime for using their own a Rop erty in Rase of an extreme Einberg Eticy and depression like tile present one we have no fight with the Coal dealers hut the Jie Opie will never submit to starvation and cold for themselves and their Loyal Anes Coal dealer or no Coal dealers. Fold and hungry people have no sympathy for Busine of any kind under such desperate circumstances. The it eople of Washington township Are doing their it to take rare of themselves urn Ier an extreme adversity and feel that the trustee Bate not committed crime in trying to assist to the Best of their ability and or further re sent the a it Tion id any official or examiner tor censoring them for Doit a their my to help their Bootie. Help themselves 8 in mid it he Pomi tie to obtain monsignor Mcguirk in slightly better msgr. J. E. Mcguirk. Who a Lieen a patient in mercy Hospital for Many months a reported better monday. He had not been so Well the last two week and has la Yeti taking Only a Small amount of your in Ament. Corn is Ohio a principal crop i heat. Hay and Oats Hank next Iii order in Survey. By the ai.Oil.tr4 or Washington. Jan. In Ohio a four Princi a Al crop Iii Point of value Are Corn for Grain wheat Hay and Oats for Galui. The agricultural rating of these Orliw was ascertained from hic Canvas enumerators in the 15th census and was announced today by the census Bureau. Ohio ranked 12th among the states in the acreage of All crops and Lith among All tile state in Coni in native value of the total crop. Ohio s i rentier crop Corn for Grain was valued at $7u,82� a let amounting to 33 per Cut of the value of the states total crop production. Acreage for Corn growing Pur Toses readied nearly 3,1&Quot. Too Ali ont 2> Lier cent of the entire acreage. Wheat the second mod valuable crop reached a value of,-.�?T$>. Or 13 her cent of the states total crop value. All Hay which ranked High in importance in the majority of Eastern and mid Western state was valued at $33,035,578. Ranking equally with wheat at 13 a cent of the total crop value. Hats for Grain fourth in Lim had a value of $19,003,793, an amount 8.4 a tent of the total crop valuation. Ohio ranking among the states Iii the matter of the various it a of farm prod Nee a letter than average although first Iii untie. It ranked seventh in tobacco production. Eighth in production of Iri i Mit toes and eleventh in Hay and truck vegetables for Market Misc. Pur times employees Are recovering i. W. Burns times Enort reporter. And e. L. Feb husky City editor. Who have Lieen ill for More than two wreck Are Ladler but Are not attle to get Isick on the Job. Kolinsky Lathy. Ernest jr., who is ill i much improved. Mrs. Burns who also has Lieen ill at her Home on Sherman Road. Is slightly letter although she Quot till is isl fast. Injunction these times Herau a of the Coal dealers business living Laid then Why not or join the x. A w Railroad from laying o f their men the re Day her week Ami Why not com so Hie Wheeling Meei co. Selby Hoe i o. And other too numb Rou to mention it oui Lav ing off their workmen we abhor and despise these condition that drive men Aud women to ignore All Bonum Hie Busine dealing with la Weir fellow Busine into rests lint in emergencies like ibis one self preservation is the first Law of nature. Tax payers of Washington township. Portsmouth Ohio dec. 30, 1932. Warner mar it Columbi of Huom of hrs True Mory of a Man who a made by Iler a n to ruined by Gold Felt. G. Robinson Aline mar Mabon babe Daniel Exira Quot a by Exira Laurel a Hardy comedy news i Antoon w a a n a y s take from a Frank Public school to of wit to Conoy a a not new Fri n wed Mont a. Sam Best Quality far All purposes tile Foft Snaith Sari my Imd it. Ulva foot of Nard by tuesday Kobacker so the store that saves you Money 0dd3 amp end a y i closed All Day monday the item listed Here represents Short lots Odds and ends soiled and damaged merchandise left Over from the Christmas season. Our inventory is about completed and we do not choose to carry these items. Early Choice is advised. 50 pair silk Groves pair.10c women s Cha Moisette gloves or. 25c women s Kitchen aprons.5c Silver spoons and Forks only5c Odds and ends of jewelry5c Good Grade razor blades2c three Flowers face powder 59c three Flowers redills10c Only 5 Large quilts96c Large size $3.95 comforters. $2.98 Large plaid Sheel blankets 29c 40 in. $1.00 silk Georgette 59c Woodbury face powder.29c Choice Odd neckwear.10c 6 or. Soiled damaged blankets la. Off 8 or. Soiled curtains pair 10c 13 Odd bags and purses. 10c 210 or. Child a Long How 9 Loio or. So 75c Boncilla face powder.10c $1.00 evening in Paris powder. 69c 50c Mennen s shaving Cream. 29c men s Wool mixed Hose pair8c 2 pair $2.98 pigskin gloves pair. $1.00 8 pair Grey suede gloves.$1.00 32 pair men s dress pants.$1.00 14 men s $1.69 lumber jacks $1.00 men s White h most d. Kerchiefs 2 for 5c mods Broadcloth Drew shirts 39c 18 men s four in hand ties 15c 7 men s fleeced sweater Coats. 66c la men s Leatherette sheep Coats $3.48 13 or. Men s College Corduroy pts. $1.00 17 men s $1.98 Wool sport Coats $1.69 5 misses Corduroy jackets.59c 3 Navy flannel jackets.25c 10 Summa silk skirts .69c 4 women s Wool sweaters49c 11 women s Wool sweaters 59c 43 women s sweaters soiled 10c 6 girls play suits.39c table wow a 59c to $1 biome. 29c 16 sateen gym bloomers.39c 9 pairs women s knickers.39c 210 pair infants9 Hose All kinds or. 10c 44 infants rubber pants.5c 23 infants 59c knitted Caps 25c 15 infants9 69c knitted Jacques 59c 7 tots $1.98 brushed Wool sets. 98c 20 infants9 $138 buntings98c 26 tots9 3 to 5 98c panty dresses 59c 9 cover All play suits25c la infants9 25c booties.10c 84 summer bonnets and Caps 10c 61 tots9 slip Over sweaters 19c &98c Wool shawls .49c 32 tats9 $1.00 Coats at59c 36 in. Dark Grey outing5c 36 in. Silk finish prints.10c 40 in. Unbleached Muslin to yes. 39c 33 $238 Maderia napkins.50c 7 59c hand painted table cloths 39c Loc Comfort Challie,.yd. So 39 50c fancy Pillow cases 25c him 5672 Linen to cloth. 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