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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - January 1, 1933, Portsmouth, Ohio Monday january a 1933na Portsmouth Tous Portsmouth 0. In Here a Portsmouth and Scioto county a 1932 Story told briefly Sheehan selected am City manager Jan. lighting contest. Conducted by the Garden club a won by Loren Hitchcock of ii Twenty first tree to the daughter born to or. And mrs. Roy livened of 1226 ninth Street was the first child born in the City in Portsmouth High Defeated Hamilton High basketball team 22 to. A a a. P. Mcdougal. 34. X. A a. Emido Yee injured in first 1032 Accident died. 3, Young was elected Jurad of the disabled american Veter Tui of world War Charles hard former newspaper Man. Was alerted president of the kiwanis club. 4�?John w. Berndt. Secretary of the american building and loan co., died at his Home. 1136 eighth Street after a lingering illness a new trial was denied on it second i of it Ion to Arthur f. Young former head of the Peoples finance co., found guilty of embezzling funds of the company. 5 Ohio Valley Bank founded in the City in 1010 and located in the us sonic Temple. Chillicothe and sixth streets failed to o leu its Ltd ors James Yeley head of the Yeley cleaning go., retired after eight yearn on the local school let for to Lcy Arence ave Hber. Proprietor it the Majestic cafe. Ninth and chill of he streets died in mercy Hospital of injuries suffered in an automobile Accident on the most Lff chief of police Harry a. Ocet. Ruled that All ii Luff should work All week at the same number of hours As the policemen of new Boston called for a to too increase but the auditor said that the budget would have to be Cote Portsmouth faced critical financial period to tile report of auditor a Illiam k Fia Bleman. H g. L. Sartan of Helot Oville was stricken with a heart attack Aud died in the Home of a stranger. Portsmouth High trojans Defeated Akron High. 24-15. A a boy Dixon Deputy county recorder was elected Ace tary of the state recorders association or. P w Decrow of county health. Commissioner was unpainted medical inspector in the division communicable diseases of the state department of health. Ion fifty Quot be applications for cite manage ship were received by Council mrs. Ignite Haskins. A to Waller Street received a threat letter asking for Money. 12 a action taken to Cut county employees salaries to per trojans Defeated Huntington 33 to left Quot. 14�?Frank Sheehan water works Fujier intendant was selected is City manager by Council. He took cd r the combined positions of City manager Sud superintendent Witter works. 15.�?the Trojan five Defeated Ironton Ait to 13. 16.�?reed Mcguire of North Moreland died of a gun would re i county Tigard of elections miss a a a ired when he was shot by night Katie Batter of Jha Heelond Street watchman. William a. Potts. I Well known resident was claimed 17. James Mitchell. 64. Of 810 by death. Washington Street suffered a Frac i 8.�? two firemen. David Kehne of turf d hip when struck by a machine i 1315 Grandview Avenue and Virata my i aunt Thompson 18, of i Boss of new Boston were killed Hun asked City Engineer Charles 8. Stevenson to make an immediate Survey of the Scioto River Bridge floor for the relaying of the Brick 12.�?new Boston Council passed on a salary Cut for City employ yes condemnation proceedings against Persona owning property on new Post office site were filed in local court. 13.�?benton b. Miller of Stanford ky., came to this City to fill the pastorate of first Christian Church. 14.�?dr. H. A. Schirrman was elected it i president of Chi Rymun bos pita a Paul Davidson for 25 years head of the ready to Wear department at Marting resigned and Edward thuning succeeded him. 16.�?david Grimes of Akron son of or. And mrs. D. A. Grime of second and Waller streets this City was seriously injured in an Automo bile Accident near Detroit Mich. 17.�?City enjoined against Street assessment collection on mrs. Francis Wilander s lot impossible to Cut Gas rate Gas co. Told Council. 1ft�?t> w. Craig of Athens and Frank Stockdale of Zanesville were elected to the directorate of Anderson Bros. Co. W. B. Anderson was elected president. 22.�?president George w. Right inure of Ohio state University was the speaker at the George Washington Bicentennial Celebration. 24.�?Harry Arthurs Selby time worker. Was ordained a minister at first Baptist Church court of Apical affirmed the decision of common Pica court in mrs. Margaret Clark Tiddy Case. 25.�?henry t. Hannon and mrs. Clara Andre were named delegates to tile National Republican convention in Chicago at the g. O. P. District meeting held Here. 26.�?John Barnes City detective was shot and killed by Paul Christian of Huntington a. Va., while attempting to thwart a Holdup. 27.�?Thomas of Neal former clerk of Clay township died of self inflicted wounds just As he was to testify concerning a $14,000 shortage in township record. 28.�?canaller drug co. Bought out Walgreen drug co. Iii this City a Thomas d. Smith local insure Nee Man died at the Home of his sister in Cincinnati where he had Goue for treatment. January in Gandhi arrested by British authorities on eve civil disobedience Canil Ign. Aas january 15�?v. House passed reconstruction finance measure providing for emergency financing amounting to two billion dollars. January 23 four Hundred japanese marines land in Shanghai starting four month of combat. A a a february 2�?first world conference i disarmament opened at Geneva. February 11-Pope Imus a Ltd. Mussolini visits Distel fire tukes 2 firemen a lives March i.�?$1.0 Hgt fire swept Blacksmith shop of Portsmouth Sand and gravel services for slain detective John is rues were held. 3.�?mrs. Belle Shaw. 60, of 911 off Ere Street was struck by a truck at ninth and off Ere streets Aud suffered a fractured Skull. 4.�?bear Admiral Richard e. Byrd famous explorer spoke St Portsmouth High school auditorium a Henry b. A lunar g. A. R. Veteran was called by death. 5.�?William Shively 51, Farmer of of near Henna Vista was killed by a Motorist of tile a p Highway. 6.�?a. D. Troxel Democrat was a pm so to ted chairman of the Scioto March in Charles Augustus Lindbergh or. 19 months old Lioni in Englewood. N. J., june 22, 1930 was kidnapped from the new Lindbergh Home near Holywell n. A a a March 12�? Ivor Kie Tiger 52, head of Kreuger and toll inc. Killed himself in Paris. A a a april 2�?dr. John f. Condon Jaysie of the Lindh Croli ease handed kidnappers $50,000 Ransom. A april 4�?at Honolulu or. Granville r. Fortesque Ami Lieut. Thomas m. Massie Ami two enlisted men put on trial for murder of Joseph Kahahawai. After the four defendants were convicted of manslaughter. Governor l. M. Judd of Hawaii commuted their sentences to one hour each. A a a april 10�?patti von Hillenburg 84, reelected president of Germany. A a a april 21�?governor Ibdih of California refused to Grant Pardon sought by Thomas Mooney former labor Leader. A a a May 2�?i�?T. Supreme court rejected Al Capone a i it edition for review of his conviction for evading the income tax Law. A a a May 5�?gaston b. Means sex department of Justice agent arrested for accepting $106,000 from mrs. Evelyn Walsh Mclean under Promise to recover the Lindbergh baby. A a a May 6�?Paul Doumer 75. President of the French Republic shot to death in Paris by Paul Gorgu Loff 37, a russian. A a a May 12�?Lindbergh baby found murdered in Thicket at mount Rose. X. A a a Alay 17�?John h. Curtis supposed intermediary in Lindbergh kidnapping confessed negotiations a hoax. A a a May 20�? Amelia Tarbart flew across Atlantic Ocean in 13 hours and thirty minutes. Is june a John d. Rockefeller jr., declared for repeal of the 18th amendment. A a a june Ion Violet Sharpe. English servant girl in the Home of mrs. Dwight w. Morrow of Englewood. N. J., killed herself with Poison. Ass june 16�?president Hoover renominated at Republican convention in Chicago. A a june 21�?Jack Sharkey Defeated Max Seh Melling for heavyweight championship of the world. A a a july in Franklin d. Roosevelt. For the presidency of democratic ticket. A a a july 6 Zachary s. Reynold. 20, one of the heirs of tile vast tobacco Fortune found shot to death at Winston Salem n. C. A a july 9�?civil War Breaks out Iii Brazil. A a a july 12�?flemington. N. �? John h. Curtis sentenced to a year in prison and fined $1,000 for giving false information in the Lindbergh Case. Aaa july 28�?�?~ boons expeditionary forces routed at Washington. Aaa july 30�?olympic games open at los Angeles. Aaa August Llu governor Roosevelt opened hearing on charges singing unfitness of mayor Walker of new York. Aaa August 16�?second son born to colonel and or diaries Lind Bergh. A a a August 19�?captain James a. Moi 11 son Young scottish airman took off from Ireland on first successful Solo flight across the Atlantic East to West. A a August 18�? professor Auguste Piccard ascended into stratosphere. August 31-Sun. Total eclipse of tile sept. In James Walker resigned As mayor of new York. Aaa sept. 9�?explosion wrecked Steamboat a observation a killing governor of new York. Nominated 76. New York. Sept. Era tic. 12�?maine voted demo sept. 26�?gandhi broke Quot fast unto Denthy when British sanctioned agreement tween caste hindus and untouchables. Aaa oct. 2�?lytton commission i sued report condemning japanese aggression in Manchuria and pro posing Means of settling sino Jap anese dispute. Aaa nor. 8�?Franklin d. Roosevelt elected president. Aaa not. 18�?colonel Raymond Rob ins. Dry crusader who disappeared september s. Found in Asheville x. C. Aaa not. 22�?president Hoover and president elect Roosevelt conferred on foreign debt payments. Aaa nov. 28�?lieutenant-general Kurt von Schleicher served notice Germany insists upon Equality of arms with other nations. Aaa flee. 1�?massacre of 2.760 peasants by japanese troops near sus Hun. Manchuria confirmed by e<1 Ward Hunter. Of International news service. Aaa dec. 5 dry repeal lost in hone of representatives. A a a Lier. 15 six nations including France defaulted on War debt payments. Aaa dec. 19�? president Hoover asks Congress for debt Bonn Sud appeals to president elect Roosevelt to help name it. Dec. 22-Mu. House lasses 3.2 Beer she Walnut Street received fractured leg when struck by an Auto. .�?homer Selby of the Selby Hue co., was re elected president of the Ohio t Anncil of churches. 22.�?Harold Noel 24. Of 923 fourth Street readied of injuries suffered when he fell 65 feet off the Portsmouth High school building. 27.�?George Giurick. Local undertaker was elected Bead of Yazdi Gerd Grotto. A one Hundred eighty seven student a finished the eighth Grade and entered p. H. 8. And the Grant school for Furt Lier studies sixth Fin Gay Street site a chosen for the new Post office Here. 31.�? e. A Mccowen of wheelers i arg a rehired for three More year As county super intendant of the school. John Barnes Bandit victim fell. s initial approbation a $526,571 and a As you go plan was adopted at a meeting of commissioners. 2. A Corge Washington Jackson. 66, a a burned to death when his Home was destroyed by fire in Nauvoo trojans won from Chilli of he 19-6. 3 bonding firm for r. E. Scott it 0,. Named in suit by receiver w. Meyer to collect $25.006�?new Bostons City solicitor Elmer fiddler and councilman Charles Keller resigned posts Boca use of wage t w. 4 a ins Yeager Well known West end resident died in Portsmouth general Hospital As a result of injuries received when struck by an automobile. 5 a a. Wesley Hilda of wheelers. I org county commissioner an bounced his candidacy for re pull it an nomination of treasurer of 8 Oto Roux Tyr trojans Defeated Middletown. 19-17. A or. A. B. Auh of new Boston w appointed a the first City i in Ian of new Boston at a Sal Ary of $1 Joo annually trojans <1 gated new Boston. 36 to 17. Or. William Duvendeck a Block. Ten firemen were injured in the Blaze. 9.�?John Maple jr., 25. 3018 Gallia Street was reviewed by firemen when overcome by Gas fume. 11.�?g, Wash Kinney Pioneer resident of this Rity. Died of injuries received in s fall Leon Marshall former Portsmouth Engineer and real estate promoter was held under arrest in Yonkers n. Y., on charges of forgery. 12.�?Harry e. Taylor former times publisher died at his Home on Norway height. Heart attack following influenza caused his death. 14.�?mrs. A. C. Thompson life Long resident of this City and the widow of a. C. Thompson prot intent attorney died at her Home at 1205 Kinney s Lane. 15.�?City Council voted to spend $35,000 to get new fire equipment for the City. 16.�?mrs. Davidson Well known resident died at her Home 1417 fourth Street. Rev John n. Luke is of Sewickley pa., arrived to assume his duties As Sudor of first presbyterian Church. 17.�?flora Dellert for 80 years a prominent Milliner closed her shop on second Street. Cut their prices on milk and started a a milk War Quot a seven piece of property on Post office site were acquired by the government. 20.�?John r. Lyun. Former City service director died at Ida Home 1549 fifth Street. He a prominent in democratic circles. 21.�?$406,000 in Taxa were paid into Scioto comity Busine Meu met with officials of american legion to assist in finding Job for City unemployed. 22.�?col. A. L. Mercer was reelected president of the Vulcan corp. 24.�?Charles held Well known Wood Heel builder in Selby Plant died at his Home on Scioto Trail of shot gun wound. 25. A Council voted too Mcharles Avreet and make a connecting link and a new outlet for residents on Lite Street. 28, a. F. Weal Benn a. To. A. It. A <1 president of the Brief Urlile pm Aulander died at i horn., i. Me association a 142 Findlay Street Bay Broo hollow was killed when struck by a machine driven by miss Virginia Queen girl evangelist. 5�?w. . Gates of Gallia Street was elected superintendent of the second presbyterian sunday school for the 28th year. Jury awarded mrs. Ethel Jones $6,500 claim on the death of her husband Elmer Jones Salesman for the Gilbert grocery co. 6�?vv. Datugan Well known Mechanic of Baird Avenue died after an extended Hines. 7�?mis. Beulah Newman senior at p. Ii. S., placed second in the National singing contest Beld at Cleveland. 8�?manslaughter charge was filed against miss Virginia Queen evangelist by the father of Leroy Bussell. Who was killed when struck by the car driven by miss Queen. 9�?betty Kline. 8. Of Harding Avenue laughter of Forrest Kline suffered a slight concussion when struck by a ear. 12�?murder trial of Paul Christian charged with killing detective John Barnes opened. 14�?raymond kith was installed As new exalted ruler of the elks Lodge. 10�?Paul Christian charged with the murder of detective John Barnes was Given a life sentence to Ohio Penitentiary. 17�?1. R. airmen. Baldness manager of the times was made business manager of the Lorain times Herald. 18�? a Assi Pattou. Of new Boston went on trial for his part in the murder of detective John Barse. I a mrs. Marguerite Clark Tidd former municipal court clerk was removed to Marysville reformatory to serve sentence for embezzlement. 30�?Rev. Ii. P. Toute pastor of second presbyterian Church a elected Moderator of presbyterian churches Iii Portsmouth area. April 21�?John h. Myers. 1326 Mcconnell Avenue and James a. Kemp 1917 High Street were killed instantly to an n. A Vvs wreck 23 Miles East of the City. 22�?Edward Hornick of it. Wayne ind., a chosen permanent Secretary of welfare association. 23�?cassil Patton was Given a life sentence in Ohio prison for Ida shirt in killing of detective John Ila Rue. 27�?mrs. James Bentley and two children. Edith and Buttle were burned to death when fire destroyed seven building on eighth Street Alane viaduct. 28�? James Horton one year old was killed and his Mother. Mrs. Walter Horton of 1162 twelfth Street was seriously injured in Auto Accident at eighth and Campbell Avenue. 30�?Rev. John n. was instil Heil As the new sister of first presbyterian Church. Harry Miller Heads g. O. P. Committee May High school was refused Peru i he ii 1� i a. Meter to eco a of he whine with the City. Vernon Smith c unto Rve re in Al Cyrus i raid Farmer a a a a of 8�riau foot Mil team. Is a get late Hor examination Al m arise. 22. A found in rued a nth in a a to it i in the rear of to Mille i sort a f til inter of air and or John tie of fourth Avreet a mar to i it it it Kirchner of re a a. A m rom urn in rate of 9 a win a a Arf the tent or Liney let that try Oab do owl a p try weal i wits. I o a a. To o it a ult of we Hudita in note it Tan mar patrolman a am dated us Ste teed the late John a rues Cit j de to Ectore. Who a killed. 28 a in id Iller former local Reid int. Retired a Law not Ai after he rear spent on the Road it to i. Annl i aft graduate of l�i6lir medical rot Vee a selected to in William sense a �4m phy�ir4n 31 in a w railway paid must a us ast Rel relate Tat fee a half rear Patton Christian. Are convicted april i Manrov brute of 157 week Affler Driver far Albatati a a a a a tr�9kmft of Chi a nitwit the with rom thur to a by had Braw Beld we. I it i of Kwh m Fine by Omar a he Rivir of Ralph Meres at met in. Part if it a Herf a a vie heh in we to ii a oat of Edward Ftp Irett of striation of Portsmouth High school. 14.�?High water covered the gardens planted by the City a unemployed and destroyed most of the vegetables. 15.�?vv. H. Adkins of Lucasville was fatally stabbed by Louroe Adkins in a quarrel Over whiskey. 16.�?miss Bess Pixley Secretary of the red Cross chapter in Portsmouth was elected first state Vic president of the business and professional woman a club. 18.�?gov. George White spoke St in inter club meeting held at the masonic Temple. 19.�?dorothy a Tigris. Mary Kline and Verne Johnson student at Portsmouth High school were awarded the Cvitan club prizes for High Scholastic honors. 21.�?Harry w. Miller former congressman and a local attorney was elected chairman of the Bolo to county Republican committee. 22.�?cl of Mirfin Secretary of the local a. A. A. Club was elected vice president of the state association at the meeting in Columbus. 28.�?j. M. Moister of 306 court St retd Well know n Sti i worker. Died in mercy Hospital. 24.�?col. A. L. Mercer of the Vulcan corp., was selected As the next president of the rotary club. Homer Selby was elected vice president and Lawrence Wagner was chosen air teary and treasurer. 26�?raymond he Kurt. 3, son of or. And mrs. Frank by apart of Pond run. Was seriously injured when he was attacked by a rooster in the Yard of i Home. 28.�?miss Edna Davit of 1728 Hutchins Street life Long resident of this City died following a lingering illness. 25 a baccalaureate services for Portsmouth High school graduates were held at Grant auditorium with her. F. H. Klemme pastor of first evangelical Church a the speaker. a. Grimes of 1024 second Street prominent contractor Tai found dead in his Home. Students graduated from Portsmouth i june i�?$8,000 fire visited the Hibbitts Bro store in Wheelersburg and forced or. And mrs. Wajn Hibbitts Ami infant child who lived in the apartment Over the Atole out into the Street. The building a virtually destroyed. 2.�?more than 245 students at Portsmouth High school were graduated with exercise Beld at Grant auditorium. 3.�?City solicitor w. L. Dickey was assaulted by William Hays former garage owner at his Home 1118 Twenty second Street. 4.�?John Collins 62, of 1616 seventh Street City fireman died at mercy Hospital. 5.�?John Vav. Bush Bon of or. Hayden Bush of 912 second Street. Was married to miss Mary Van Doren at hot Springs Ark. 1306 6, Lynu. 1366 Kea you bund and Orebe tra a laced second Street Charles prom. 2219 eighth in the Southeastern Ohio contest Street. Alia Rowena Welch 1735 at Chillicothe. Robinson Avenue Douglas tuns 4.�?Charles Shindy former local Berg 194 Gay Street Aud Virgil Matt Resit tug on ninth Street was Wright 826 front Street were Are killed in a 11 rat in in a Coal Boualy injured in an automobile a unite at key Moue. . A. Dent at eleventh and off Ere 5�?several City firemen gave streets their blood in a vain Effort to Nave 7.�?harden school hold ousted the life of min it Winifred Crewe of the teachers in the schools who Iha Foj Evenich Avreet. Favored l o. Mccowen. County a a trial of Leos g. Marshall of superintendent of the schools. V a Liker. X. Charged with for Portsmouth Council opened Aery of the name of mrs. Lostine fight against a rates before judge i Arith Ait Aud air Abigail Frank Geiger of Columbus i Heidi wait. Terminated stable in p. Or. George la. Drift of whew i a or a Mea Baas pro it for amay years a Promin inc attorney ached that the indict Khz resident of port Mouth died a a untied foil. Wing a lingering i i aes a in Urvi a Hula it hum log Cli re a arts a. Assistant a us by Portsmouth High fir chief suffered a i 1 of Dot Aud i made at the distil meet a Folio my a Anua Rydle which frayed the or la a re blew at Ham Ifim 4 la fir a no. La new a so r leu hers alar bile Accident 16 Miles North of the City. 15�?supreme court refused to re. View the Case of Arthurf Young which wrote the final chapter in the Case. 16�? miss Clover White daughter of or. And mrs. George t. White of 1810 Grant Street be earn the Bride of Lacey Harold at a ceremony performed at the parents Home. 17�?ihfct of the covered Bridges in Scioto county located on Turkey Creek a ordered destroyed. 18�?five new directors were chosen for the retail merchant a association. They were William Atlas Vav. L. We Balai b. F. Stewart h. Glen duis and George Ahrend. Ion a. A. Wishon. Engineer at the courthouse a elevated to the presidency of the Ohio Bute association of the National association of Power Engineer of America. 20�?wilson Dawson and Lloyd Spriggs of niner Hill of vaster Cooper of Ixo wer twin Creek and Thomas Hylva of Turkey Creek were wounded a the result of altercations. 21�?mr. Lydia r. Patterson Pioneer resident of this City died at her Home 2015 Franklin Boulevard. 22�?county commissioners aet aside $2,300 for Relief on county roads. 23�?malel Bays la daughter of b. L. Bays 448 Harmon Street was the first drowning victim in Ohio River this year. 24�?juanita Walker 18. Of Ooi Boundry Street ended her life by drowning when she jumped from 8cioto River Bridge. 25�?c. Sherman Dale a reap. Pointed principal of port Amaua ii High school and Given a three Vear contract. 26�?horace be i oat. County auditor asked state tax commission for authority to make a general reduction of 15 per cent on All real estate values in Scioto county. 27�?g. W. Russell 814 third Street another Pioneer resident of Portsmouth died. 28�?b. I Roy Compton heal engraver was elected head of the Lions Dull. 30�?tulsa Bassler Wilson Amberg and Phil Mitchell High school graduates won music scholarship at Wilmington College drownings Mark month of july july in Billy Anderson. To ton of or. And or. K. . Anderson of fifth and Brown streets suffered a fractured Hull in a fail from a tree near his Home. B. F. Stewart Hilltop grocer was elected president of the retail grocers association. 3�?wallace Davis. 52, and Carl Davis 50. Were larded from Ohio prison after serving 21 year. 5�?wilbert t. Liles. 81, 245 fourth Street. A fatally crushed under a heavy beam at the b. A o. Yard. 6�?Arthur f. Young former head of the people a finance Ca was committed to Ohio Penitentiary on embezzlement charges. To Fred a Nous Hale Creek was found not guilty of Man alighted of charges of robbery after Tim death of of ladle Justice of fort. Who drowned la Millbrook Lake when the Tanoose car plunged Over the embankment. 8�?8 tor in of by Roab fury wrought Havor in Portsmouth and Kinney a Lane near mercy Hospital. Caused considerable damage and much excitement to the residents in the Vicinity. 18�?lightning Bolt caused the death of Virgil Elliott. 21. New Boston who a struck while standing under a tree. 19�?ber. G w. Harris. 52. And Claude k. Kiel alias c. R. Alassie of Fairmount. Vvs. Va., were arrowed in connection with a fire in the Home of Rev. W. 8. Queen. 20�? John Thomas Robert. 52. Contractor of 1018 third Street died of heat prostration. 21�?Ralph stouts 7, son of Peyton stouts. Buenave Uta Pike. Drowned in upper twin Creek Forest Watt. 8. Son of Thomas Watt of Highland county drowned in Lee Creek and Harold Mercer in son of Joseph amercer of near Jackson drowned in the Ohio Quartz gravel co. Pool. 22�?v. 8. Lilac a. 30. Waverly. C. A o. Telegraph operator was lain in his chair while Ait Tang at i desk in the o b Cabin near Omega. 25�?miss Elizabeth Dillon of Columbus. Became the Bride of Ward Mclaughlin Miller son of air. And mrs. Harry Vav. Aliner of this City in a ceremony performed in Columbus. 26�?Charles Wilburn 33, Arion. Died in local Hospital of injuries suffered in an Auto wreck on route 78. 27�?Harry Williams of 1215 fourth Street died of injuries received in a plunge from a window of the a Shams a manufacturing co. 28�? Alisa Marjorie route. Daughter of Rev. Maurice p. Toute of Waller Street suffered a fractured Collar hone in an automobile Accident in Wyoming. 29�?Paul Mclaughlin 23. Of Akron who a visiting at the Camp of John e. Hah. Was drowned in the Ohio River. 39�?John r. Moore life guard at dreamland Pool a appointed football and basketball coach at Sciotoville High school. 31�?Robert Newman. 8, son of Haney Newman. Carey run died of injuries he received when struck by a ear driven by Bert Schaefer. Rev. H. 5. Tillis Dies in East August in Walter Cooper. 54, died of injuries received when struck by an n. A by. Train at tenth and Waller Street. 3�?homer c. Selby a named president of the Scioto county taxpayer association. 4�?clarence Allen was named Roach of Murkell High school. South Portsmouth. 3�?ixiule Long a former spartan player lost his left Arm in an automobile Accident in the a out. 7�?jacob i Jerk. 70. Was injured when he battled with a Bandit in by sporting goods store on sixth Street. 19�?Edward hark. 8, we of or Bert Clark of Clay meet died of Bura received when a pall of scald ing water was poured on him. 11�?15. Wirt Russell and Lowell c. Thomas passed the state bar examination. 12�?aloysio ii of Sommer. Died from injuries received in a fall at his Home. 1714 fifth meet 13�?kate Evans won the Knell Ber up in a local Tennis torn a a teat. 14 bail Rrt it garage and two fourth and Madison stroked a government patrol boat on the Ohio River. 25�?clyde Rickey 52. Former new Boston resident his wife mrs. Bertha Rickey. 35. Aud James Day. 45. Were indicted on murder charges in Carter county ky., for the alleged killing of Rickey 10-year old son. 28�? Fred Hobstetter. 58, Linden Avenue who had been missing for several weeks returned Home a victim of amnesia. 39�?j. P. Coates. 72, a former local attorney died at his Home near Columbus. Portsmouth schools open new year sept. 2�?chester wiggles was elected head of James Dickey Post no. 23. American legion. 3�?burg Kinner. Curator of the estate of miss Carrie Pfaff. Of Greenup ky., asked for an investigation of her death. She died at the Home of or. And mrs. It. . Hanna of fourth Street. 6�?body of Robert Whitaker. 32. Of 461 off Ere Street who drowned in the Quarry Lake at Piqua labor Day a recovered. 8�?City was unable to meet the $87,000 Bond payment due to the failure of the tax payer to make their payments on time. 10�?will ii. Burt prominent Clothier was found dead at ills summer Home on Buena Vista Pike. 11�?Chillicothe was named As the site for the 1933 meeting of the United Brethren conference. 12�?ah United Brethren Jia stors in Scioto county including Rey. T. C. Harrier. Rev. It. I Eye and Rev. Almerle Holcomb were transferred. Rev. C. Ai. Bowman at first Church. Ber. R. Bowser at Nauvoo Church and Rev. Ii. C. Elliott at Boulevard Church were appointed Hen. 13�? St Straus former City official and prominent in democratic Circle died of pneumonia. 15�?nineteen Wisconsin relatives filed suit to contest the will of miss Carrie Pfaff of Greenup ky., who died in this Rita. 19�?wilbert Roberts. 20 of 1212 front meet. Suffered a mangled hand when an Aerial bomb. Left Over from elks fireworks display exploded in his hand. 20�?Portsmouth schools of Iiene for 1932-33 Senson with about 9,000 students enrolled. 22�?mrs. Edna Maguire of 1814 eleventh Street flied suit against Hartford Hollen of Chillicothe owner of the machine which struck and killed her husband. Cherie Maguire. The machine a driven by Clyde Brown. 23�?mr. Mary Simon. 78. If Lyra. Died As the result of injuries sustained in a fall Over the Banister at the Home of her son in Law and daughter Fred Bibl on lick run. 24�?sloan Agnew 28, negro of 10284 sixteenth Street was arrested for the murder of Luke Adams 35, negro in an argument. 25�?spartans won their of in Iii league tilt against new York giants. 26�?mrs. I Ena Bowman wife of Rev. C. F. Bowman 2227 Summit Street District Sui it Erin pendent of Portsmouth area of methodist churches died in a Columbus Hospital. 27�?col. A. L. Amercer of the Vul ran i at corp., was chosen head of the Portsmouth welfare association. 28 f. W. Mumper of Wheeling. W. Va., formerly of this City was promoted to the position of assist int to e. E. Eynon. One of the chief executives at Portsmouth work. Wheeling steel corp. 29�?Rev. G. W. Harris and Claude Kiel of Fairmount Vav. Va., were sentenced to the Ohio Teni Tenti Arv on a charge of setting fire to the Home of Rev. W. Queen former evangelist Here. 30�?checks for pro erty on Aile of the new Post office were Given to the property owners. Woman leaves her Money to Charity get. In miss Mary Bishop of 560 second Street. Who died sept. 26, left her entire Fortune of $25,000 to Charity. 2�?edgar d. Poffenberger an executive in the Selby shoe Plant died at his Home. 1539 Jackson Street. 3�?karl Worley of Turkey Creek. Was killed and or. . D. Schafer of ninth and Waller streets and Verne Walker. 1203 third Street. Were badly Hurt in an Auto Accident on the Turkey Creek Road. 0�?City manager Frank she Eban Lait l non Slot machines and punch Hoard. 8�?coroner Virgil Fowler conducted an inquest into sudden death of Edward Sisson. 12, son of James Sisson of <121 Glenwood Avenue. After the youth had told of timing shot by a Hunter. 9�?air. Albert c. Daehler was named chairman of the old riot he Campaign which the woman City club conducted. 19�?r. I Gilt it. Prominent shoe Man. Died at his Home. 684 sixth Street of heart troupe. Llu Walter Ballard. 18. And Earl Henderson. 1612 John Street. And Everett Fodge. To fourteenth Street were arrested and confessed to a series of Home robberies. 14�?miss Virginia Tatje. Laugh Ter of or. And airs. O. D. Tatje 1156 fourth Street was 22�?president Hoover made a Short Stop in Portsmouth to the interest of his Campaign for the presidency. 23�?Walter b. Houston of Nan Voo was awarded $10,000 against Lewis Hanley of 1663 Highland Avenue for injuries received when struck by Tim defendants ear. 24�?eighty-seven thousand five Hundred dollars for Relief was distributed in Scioto county. 26�?injuries received in an automobile Accident were fatal for mrs. Vena Shuter Porter former resident. Who died at Lier Home in Pikeville by. 2s�?William Burton 45. A slain in his Home at Lucasville while talking with his family. A murder charge was filed lab r against Thomas Perkins in connection with the shooting of Burton. 39�?Frank a. Long furniture Man was elected present of the kiwanis club. Who jail. To election feature of november nov. 3�?homer Cook 26. Escaped from tile local county was recaptured in Joliet 111. Had been arrested on a charge of Roblier and attacking Howard Mac key or. 4 miss Millie pred Ger 1511 third Street was struck by an automobile at third and off Ere streets and was the tenth Auto victim in four Day. 5 mrs. Ruth Thoman a Masoncup. 21, died suddenly at Lier Home 737 no nah Street of a self inflated bul let wound. 6�?county�?Ts budget was reduced by $119,283 for the year 1938. 8�?mr. Ii. M. Dobson Frol Kiln Maii Aud alls Reorg liner Cook were selected As chairmen for the annual red Cross roil Call drive 9.�?the county winners at the election were Cliff Al Dever and e. C. Rickey commissioners la. Ii. Kcf Lea county auditor Emory Smith prosecuting attorney William Thompson county clerk Al. Brid Well sheriff Roy r. Dixon county recorder a Wesley Shela treasurer Arthur in Miike Surveyor or. Ross Gault Coroner and Vernon Smith pm Tate judge. 12�?James f. Coyle of 1016 front Street was fatally wounded outside the Home of his brother i Calic Coyle of Germany hollow. Vernon township. 14�?clell Murphy 36, Scioto Furnace died of knife wound receive i in n fight with in brother in Law Robert Porter 25. 17�?henry eerie former Princi Tai of Portsmouth High school be Gan i term a county auditor. 18�?auditor Eccles and the Auto. Moville club were jointly Given permission to sell 1933 Auto tags. 20�?welfare association set avg. 517 As the amount of Money needed for Relief to the county a poor during 1933. 21�?assistant fire chief George Smith of 1426 off Ere Street was stricken with Para Lyal while on duty. 22�?henry Bertram a elected head of the Letoto county boy scout association. 23�?William Jack of West Union pleaded guilty to the slaying of William puny Watt 78, of this City. 25�?.murder charge were brought against Virgil Yankee. 22 and Robert Ford. 2s of West Union Iii connection with the Well slaying of or. Josephine Hawes 34. 27�?James b. Thur a appointed assistant prosecutor and Cyril p. Kahi was appointed special investigator by prosecuting attorney elect. Emory Smith. 29�?sigmund burkha ref. 84. Engineer at Portsmouth High school suffered a fractured hip a the result of a fall sustained in an a1 Ter cation with Marshall White. Many deaths in december Dee. In mrs. Joseph Flannery 41, was seriously wounded by her Husland following an argument at their Home in Lucasville. 2�?ll. M. Wallum Ltd 45. Of 1825 a Oles Boulevard Ohio Power co. Bead died of a heart attack. 3�?death claimed Jacob Brunner Pioneer resident at Iii Home 724 fifth Street. 5�? Bobber looted Murphy Valiance shop of sixth Street of clothing valued at $1,200. 8�?Charles a. Sommer 1738 fifth Street of Sommer Bro. Hardware Afore died at i Home. Ion death claimed c. H. Walden 92, oldest resident of Sciotoville. 12�?William Reynolds 56, Lowry hollow father of five children a killed w Lien struck by skidding Auto at second and Madison streets. 14�?mi Lorraine Schluchter former Portsmouth resident suffered fractured Skull in fall on stairs at Friend Home in Carlisle a. 17�?John l. Wohler Well known resident of Sciotoville died 19�? Harry Young. 36. Mcdermott a fatally crushed by a skidding car in an Accident near the Rity. 26�?russell Coyle. 35. 1710 Poplar meet. Died of a heart attack while Bunting in the Woods he a found near his Home. 23�?< a Harte Braunle. 2823 Sherman Road employment manager at Mel by shoe co., died 24�?George l. I a of 857 second Street missing far three year a found in Florida a victim of an Home at male in at Toga a As a Noh it a mete Ami William Titer. High a Scarf of. In in put a place Tath mat pm irn of a Twat Iana j., a it Guiana. Imi High a tied of Perla nth oat of i it Ayarra. A a of Mhz gas1 i Nam of Maui aha hts hmm warn of Rise Fey Wiit albas erf of the Athae he Ixo. Ii be Awee a be a Rte i i i a. Ai i of tier pave. Ten hey a me were a 12 i s her in of the Immi or of the Arbury Lam re. 12. Mise Itta Ivy daughter of or. And or. A Barie Ivor of 211 adhate Uhalie nerf a warned i to my ii a Mure of i saw. At a 1 Eye a in j performed in labial. By. In Peirce Rawitt it it so pm eted $25. A of mad Linjer neat a by twin a eel r and own Erst no with route 125. It or i i Peter ated and r. I Watt 4 to of a Quot Wall i meet Awe injured Sukow eight surrounding counties. 9�?Virgil Jackson and John Jack Street were destroyed in an son of South Ftp emote were acquit an ride idarae ted of Cha Rte of voider.?, after the 13 or. Iva conk. Former re i tooth refused to plead guilty and Dent of a let woo the. A fatally in insisted on a saluting trial 19-Ralph Miller. I by fur Anre. Brother of Quot wily the killer a a arrested on robbery re re la Bodle of Jane spark 21. And Earl Holloway 9 of Carer s run. Were found la the he now land after the Back water of the Ariot re rolled tar Mew had Apie rent or drowned Oldie rub in the bark water is tonal Lent. 7. Ann of Karl Odd Al of a heart attack Grots of two to Farot Street was tufting relative at Fhle Ai x t reamed from a Driffle boat la the tto of Hart Maguire. 149 High Ariot River after a thrill sex Peri treat died of i Juria who truck he a cart no bold. La of �4 tfx a a i 23�?6 Kufta Monte fair moved at ended by life by Iron mag Aarau hot Arith a by Nee att ends Ore Arimo River. 54 break in the Aster main on Mea. Were homed when flame fashion Queen at a theater style _ show. 27�?hugh a begun of the raw 13�?charta. William. 21. Former Teeth meet. A named Brad of resident was oar of four Primmer. A a Hub Power co. To warmed late i indicted for murder of a guard at i m it Alln mite. Mansfield refer Satorv. Airs. Ella i lured in a Mash on the a. P High War. 22 mile East of port Mao the 19 by w lo4nn a 1541 fifth Greet president of the Alert lag Afore Ca. Dropped dead at Bellefontaine. O Jan Tow a adits got $39 big hold up at the Marty wiggly Mote it Airth and brows Avreet 21�?ber h Btu wart tin. 59 poster of find Baptist Cha Reb. Died floret Thompson i Mother who operated a Beauty shop la the first National Bank a a reefed far attempting to a Bungu a san and Gam Tah mid. Fifteen per rent reduction by enmity realty valor Era a bed of h orate by loot Maori auditor of the a tax Nadmi Homer Cook. Brid in 3b assistant Fin chief gout r Smith of Tiff free Street. And i merry Hospital Btl lad <71 i mobb j6hx rank up to dint Lim Fox Ben Barman. A. And Everett Wane bad Gaunox time mar Rev and dorm it mewing killed t .1 i n. U la he lift

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