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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - July 13, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather my and 1 spin tight Kentucky Shower imitator Sui div sunday afternoon and monday fair and cooler. 0v trite Mouth Munday is Merj r profitable shopping bargains As Paihr presented in adv Tia Ani trains the him. Putt the habit Reading them. It 12. No. 17 32 pages Portsmouth Ohio. Sunday july 13,930 five cents Jones wins his Thim straight title journeymen plumbers to meet j g by a 4 Hail a Romp la Rouege at 12 Rome Adams county experienced a wind rain and hailstorm saturday about 8 30 p. In. Severe lightning flashes accompanied the storm Ami the wind was reported cyclonic velocity for several minutes. Hospitality at convention Vins meeting delegates to 1930 Assembly Here unanimous vote to return elect local Man Edward Switalski retiring president chosen score tary treasurer. Portsmouth As a convention City was again recognised saturday when the Ohio association plumbers and steam fitters voted unanlmous1omm,, called at the Capitol Tole to hold their 1931 convention in Blay to discuss a plans for the fall _ a a Iii. Pm Nril in to not a l a in Tan Vansina a Huston Smies still in Saddle Republican chairman makes plans for coming fall Campaign. By the associated Presa Washington july 12�?smiling and Serene after his encounter with his party opponents Claudios Huston chairman the Republican National the Peerless City. The 25th annual convention held hero Friday and saturday was brought to a dose with the selection Portsmouth for 1931 my election officers saturday afternoon. Richard Barrett Youngstown was named president and Edward Wital it Al City retiring president Sis elected Secretary and treasurer. The Board directors consisting the vice presidents is composed the following Charles Nickel Cleve id Clifford Whitehouse Cleveland b. J. Harris Canton Charles hoses Hamilton h. Brucevig Akron Walter Crane Cincinnati Joseph Shaffner Dayton and w11-Liam Shenkel Dayton. A committee representing the warn fitters to work with the state Mun Caslon a revision the state plumbing code is composed Clifford Whitehouse Cleveland Thomas Colins Cincinnati and j. L Mcgeorge Toledo. The plumbers committee consists Arthur m. Barr Columbus Charles Nagel Cleveland and Charles hoses Hamilton. To Wights wit made bid i Youngstown bad Hie inside track the Usu meeting Friday. Friday night after the banquet the plumbers were entertained with an athletic Aho it a Camp the West Side. Saturday afternoon when the 1931 Contention site was before the convection tie member unanimously endorsed Portsmouth. So overwhelming a us Ibe demand for the Peerless oily that boosters Youngstown Hamilton and Colum Tius withdrew their bids. A Resolution was passed extending to the Public City administration and local plumbers Union a Hearty vote thanks in appreciation tile tonalities extended the delegates. Three rousing cheers were Given for Primi oath and Grotto Hall in a to Iii Temple rang with boisterous Papplau a tilt invention went record highly praising mayor Robert g. Bryan and City manager c. A. Harrell. Both officials in their Welcome to the association won the admiration every Delegate. Discuss new code saturday mornings session was demoted to discussions a revision the state building code. The Ohio Board buildings standards rec fatty appointed a committee flu Mem representing ail sections tic Hap to assist in drafting a new code Tim Cisle provides for the 20 bade principles plumbing set Quot a i by a commission appointed by the m rotary Commerce. A code amp Iii try tile commission i known As the a Hoover code Quot. William Bose Cleveland and Jerry Bawd Cincinnati Are members the commission representing the Ohio it ii Ai. The plumbers Hope to have the new mkt code up for passage before the be a immature. Tho Imi convention will meet Bere toe Irand Friday and saturday Auh. Ohio attorneys end convention halide in Laws proposed by maters during mid it Miner session. In f it the Faaoo Elrid pm h i it diet o., july 12.�?aft-w Syu Soring amendments to the Quot is compensation Law to r a and i tier a Lite it toward a is intended to protect the i v ate bar association today a a a s convention Here and add a i until the mid Winter meet Isopi a a a the other accomplishments j eating just closed were the i 1 reports and Reaola Loaa he legislature to Amend the it rot Ute and Dower lews and Quot Val plans to organise the Ohio a to control and the practice Law in this i a tit t1 s Bradford. Columbus. It Ion s Cholee for the a the association. Nhot by police m Una. Of july 12.�?durn i i. 44. Was shot Ami wounded if it Way when they raided drink plan the ens i failed when entered a be fled. Pollee wrecked and confiscated three alleged whiskey. Campaign with senator Mosca new Hampshire the chairman the senatorial Campaign committee. Huston had nothing More to Auy for publication about thursdays meeting with officers the National committee when he forestalled their threatened demand for his resignation with the announcement that lie would discuss his future after the a Enate adjourns. Meanwhile the republicans seemed satisfied that when . Huston makes Bis statement after the adjournment the Senate be will seek to end the dispute that Bas raged about Bim. The Republican leaders who Piave been demanding his resignation see Only one Way in which he can end the dispute and avoid future disturbances and that is by resignation. Huston said the executive committee would be called together in August september a was usual before the fall Campaign. It will i in the Power the executive committee to fill vacancies in the National committee the chairman said lie had been actively interested in finding a Secretary for the National committee to take the place representative fort new Jersey who resigned but that be Bud no recommendations to make so far. Kentucky fire death toll four four boys and Man perish following explosion in Oil Field. By the at rials frail Owensboro ky., july 12�?four boys and a Man were dead and three men were in a Hospital Bere today suffering from serious Burns As a result an Oil Well fire a farm near Haynesville 20 Miles South Here last night. James Mattingly 2t�. Truck Driver Whitesville ky., and Harold Cornell 18. Of Hartford Par owner the Rig. Died today their Burns. The injured were Thurman Crowe owner the farm and a. C. Cornell and Fred Cornell Brothers Harold. The two Cornell were said to have slight Chance for recovery. British Etter flees j Uncle forced to leave companion behind in Burma in dying condition. By tits Auraria Presa Rangoon Burma India july 2. A a Jimmie Quot Matthews one two British airmen lost in burmese Jungles a flight from England to Australia has arrived at Brome Burma. His companion. Erie Hook had to tie left behind in a dying condition. Hook and Matthews Bud not been heard from since july 3 when they left Ayr for Rangoon. Of july 7 villagers Taun gup said they had seen a plane flying very Low apparently in difficulties toward the Tiger infested Jungles a few Miles to the Northeast. Four persons k1ledi two air plane accidents by Tim Assaria pros Atlantic City. N. A july 12.�? two men were killed tonight a their plane nose dived in the Woods at Mckee City the outskirts Pleasantville. The victims were Charles f. Hirsh 35, the idiot and Edwin Noonan 35. A passenger both Philadelphia. Spectators killed Pim Lases Central plane As it la taxied across pm. Valley Stream. N. Y., july 12. A two persons were killed at the Curt is Wright flying Field Here tonight when s huge in passenger plane credited it a grandstand filled with spectators watching a night flying exhibition. A licensed Mechanic was la charge and is thought to have lost Contow As the Alp taxied across Tim Bali. To be graduated from High school at the age twelve and be enrolled in College at the age when Roost children Are preparing to enter prep school is the distinction june Mcdonough above Winchester Iii., she went through High school with the highest honors for scholarship. Conica Goleeke Blond gunman gangster chased from scene Lingle shooting known to officers. Chicago july 12.�?tile policeman who chased a Blond gunman from the scene Jake Lingier slaying today identified a picture at the detective Bureau As that the Man be pursued. The officer s agitated exclamation a a that a the Man that s the Man led authorities to believe they had Learned the identity either in Glen a actual Slayer a Decoy who took part in the plot. The policeman u. V. Ruthey la one who chased a Man from the crowded Illinois Central pedestrian Tunnel where the Tribune reporter was shot Down. Shown a group several pictures he immediately pointed to one which was taken from a room in the Commonwealth botel during a recent raid George Moran gang hangouts. The room was that George Hurley arrested and questioned in connection with the killing but later released. Announcement the identification came from the Headquarters the Lingle investigating body headed by Charles 8. Rat Bun. Tribune attorney and a special assistant states Atter Ney. Tbs suspects identity was not revealed but chief investigator Patrick Roche the states attorney s office at once sent men an unrevealed assignment presumably to look for the Man. Hoover kids drought has hit his camping grounds by the Assoria pros Orange. Va., july 12�?president Hoover came to his Mountain Camp today to find an Aroma Borning Pine Flowers from which leaves were withering Ami streams that were dwindling to a Mere Trickie. Drought that has added a to the woes the Farmer during the growing season wag stretching a blighting hand into the Virginia mountains. Forest fires and biases slotted the Hills. The largest was about ten Miles from the i resident a scamp. Three spokesmen for the president in the Senate Allen Kansas. Smoot Utah and Vandenberg Michigan accompanied him the trip. Arriving at the Lodge later than Tsuai the president made no Artemid to visit the Bass streams which Are several Miles from his Camp Aud retorted to Riding for recreation. The president and mrs. Hoover expect to leave in the Middle the afternoon tomorrow for the return to the White House. Pome Leader steel Industry Calleo by death Youngstown . July 12.�? Thomas Mcdonald aged 82. Friend and confidant Andrew Carnegie and one the leaders in the steel Industry in the United states died Here at 4 p. In. Today he had been ill shout two weeks. The8. Steel corporation had honoured . Mcdonald by giving his name to one the finest plants it had Ever built and to the town where tar Plant is located. For 45 years . Me Dessle was associated with the steel Industry. Before his retires ant has manager Al the Youngstown District Tbs Ingis steal rampant. Unke women heat victims Hek saturday mrs. G. E. Moll near Sciotoville collapses in Public Library quickly revived South Portsmouth resident overcome while in automobile. Three women in Portsmouth and Vicinity were beat victims saturday while the thermometer hovered around the 97 Mark. Or. Q. E. Moll near Sciotoville was overcome by heat while in the Public Library saturday afternoon. A physician was summoned and mrs. Moil revived after remaining in a Gem i conscious state for some minutes. Mrs. Moll is a frequent visitor to the Library and was walking through the corridor when she collapsed. At Fullerton mrs. J. Ii. Duncan was the victim. She was working in the Duncan grocery when overcome. She was seriously ill for a Short time but was reported much improved saturday night. Mrs. Vernon Spence 30, South Portsmouth was the third victim. She started for an automobile ride with her husband during Tho afternoon and had gone but a Short distance when she lasted into a state coma. Or. Spence returned Home and summoned a physician who revived the patient. The condition mrs. Spence was considered critical for a Short time. Mrs. George Hughes South Portsmouth was a heat victim Friday. She was reported greatly improved saturday. Mines denied Hareas Corpus John Macdonald claims his perjured testimony sent Mooney to prison. By the Auraria pre a Baltimore july 12.�?John Macdonald recanting witness who declared to perjured himself in testimony which sent Tom Mooney and Warren k. Billings to prison in Cal for la for life was refused Bis Freedom a writ hallows Corpus today and ordered held pending receipt advices from California authorities. Macdonald was arrested last night and through Bis attorney told a Story the perjury he claims was promoted by officials the Pacific coast state Aud expressed a desire to go Hack to the West to undo the wrong he says he has done. No charge was placed against him. Freedom was denied the 58-year-d witness by judge Walter i. Dawkins la circuit court and states attorney Herbert r. Of Connor was ordered to hold him pending word As to whether the West coast state wanted him my charge whatever. Two paces in Peebles rubbed about $60 secured from safes in garage lumber company office. Special the Timm Peebles o., july 12�?bobbers visited Peebles Friday night and escaped with 960 and merchandise taken from the Joseph Arnold garage and Haas lamber company places business. The Safe in the Arnold garage was blown and 940 taken along with Auto accessories. The Haas lumber company Safe was pried open and 120 taken. A representative Virgil Fowler at Portsmouth was summoned Here saturday afternoon and photographed Finger prints left the safes. Both robberies were discovered when the business houses were opened saturday morning. Constable Hood says he la without a clue. Nave no special police Power Toledo 0�?z july 12�?Toledo councilmen including a. J. Lee the ninth Ward who has been Coo ducting a one Man vies crusade have to special police Powers judge Frank Connell ruled la police court today. Although councilman Lee said he will Oak for a new trial the judge said Rome will be granted and add 1 that there is no Appeal from a Pollee court decision when the state lows. Judge 0�?Tceuaeus ruling wee made As he distal Arad charges a busing Ami reel flog a special officer displaying a plodding device sad permitting some one to play a gambling filed by Coner Lama in l Al Thrana Pool Ream Gem a Watt Isna Mieia Tsuai Iii i a Iii itis Itati Nii itt Tift i Aii Eita turn about by the Assaria press new York. July 12.�?somebody celled Samuel Shapiro general manager a Chain laundries the other evening and said a you did me a Good turn one time. Now in a doing one for you. Some Guys Are going to Rob one your a police guard was put about each the laundries in the Chain. Today five men walked into the hands patrolmen assigned to the Grant laundry in Uptown Manhattan and were arrested for attempted robbery. A 95,000 payroll had just been delivered. Fierce fight naval pact advocates alarmed Over tendency supporters to remain absent. By the asserts pros Washington july 12.�?concerned Over the persistent fight being waged against the London naval treaty its advocates today demanded a Roundup the Absentee senators for a showdown the first see Era reservations to be taken up next week. Leaders were taking serious note the reservation offered by senator Norris Republican Nebraska providing that this government should not be bound by any secret understanding which May be embodied in the papers president Hoover has refused to give the Senate. Senator Moses Republican new Hampshire a Leader the treaty opponents claimed there would be 23 votes against ratification the pact if the Norris Resolution were not approved. This la almost twice the number votes which have hitherto been counted against Tbs treaty and approaches Tho one third necessary to defeat ratification. Treaty proponents were still divided today the Norris Resolution. Some wanted to accept the ground that it was a proposition that could do no harm to the treaty and that its approval would hasten disposition the pact. Others however contended it was insulting to president Hoover Olio assured the Senate there teen no secret understandings. Seeking by deduction to prove that the opponents the treaty in both the United states and great Britain were employing similar argument to support their opposition the state department tonight issued a lengthy compilation recent debates in both the in use commons and the Senate. Points in the speech yesterday by senator Hale in which the senator referred to the United states being a Ham Strung Wen ranged Side by aide with a speech by Winston Churchill in the House commons May 15, in which the Conser entire member used the word a Ham string lag a As applied to Greet Britain s position under the treaty. All Trie heat records shattered in Southland by the Assoria pros Atlanta ga., july 12.�?All-time Hest record in Many Pisces in the Nouty were shattered today As four deaths directly due to the Hest were reported. In Atlanta the highest Reading wan 103, which was four fifths a degree above j he previous All time record set Here in 1925. Stuttgart ark., also reported a new All time record to. Little Rock had 105.5 today As yesterday. Birmingham also reported a new All time record 106, Columbus mira., equalled Ita All time record with to. While the 104 in Augusta ga., was two Points Short Tho record it a the fourth successive Day for that Reading. Montgomery. Aln., had 194 Arain. Jackson tenn., and kid and Nashville 106, the latter an All time record Tine negro died in Nashville from the heat. Memphis and an Nyji Tinie record too with one negro Send and six prostration. A Farmer also died near Paris. Tenn. Knoxville had 104 with one prostration. Kentucky reported too degree in nearly every City and i want 106 in end i Attoa. Piot Ano student killed As Fune 60es to inv Mattoon. Iii., july 12 a Jack Bell. Pilot Bloomington iu., sad Cliff Holt. Student Elpaso. Iii., were killed today when Bell was unable to pull his plane out a Power dive at the opening the new Airport Bere. Boy Bort Ruscio him Sandusky July 12.�?a Deo Mea standing the Bank helpless Lynn Sot. 14. Boy scout today rescued from drowning re Beltman. 33. Of to de a. Who had fallen into the Portage River while fishing Mehm Klett Kast Liv Khz i Kil. Flu july Llu . A Wei ricin and . Carl is Criag hath streamline wars Sadr cd actively the Yasemia Teklo asm Premier them All the one and Only Bobby Jones american Golf Wllard who has won three straight major Golf crowns this season Tufe British Amateur Aud open tournaments and the american open the latter won saturday in a contest that brought out Jones unusual brilliance and in which he ascended Heights in Golf Dom he Baa never before attained. Which one by Tbs associated press Elyria o., july 12.-mrs. Mary Crook 20. Of Akron suffered fatal injuries during two automobiles accidents Here last night and an autopsy was ordered today to determine which the crashes was responsible. Tbs Akron woman Driver one ear was first injured when it collided with an Auto driven by ii. F. Abel Cleveland. Al Al was unhurt. An ambulance started to take mrs. Crook and her Sitter miss Hazel Brown Chicago who suffered cuts to an Elyria Hospital but crashed with another ear while in route there. Mrs. Crook then was found dead inside the Viti in Iii i i i is inn Iii in is crowd cheers is Al cleared Capone acquitted first three charges perjury in Florida. By the Aster ated press Miami fla., july 12.�?�?o8eiir-face Al Quot Capone was acquitted today the first three injury charges pending against Bim in Dade county criminal court a directed verdict. The acquittal was ordered by criminal court judge e. C. Collins who granted a 13 Point motion for a directed verdict by Capone attorneys. As the judge announced his decision the crowd unit has jammed the court room through the three Day the trial cheered wildly. They halted Only when the judge instructed Bailiff to arrest any demonstrator. Judge Collin Ai id he would net the time for the trial the remaining two perjury eases next week. Capone wus charged with injury in a false arrest Case he brought Nome time ago against d. Mccleary Miami Public safety director. Sousa guts Gash it Heno m fall companionway new York. July 12.�?John Philip Sousa famous baud master returning from Europe slipped a companionway the lev la than a the liner a Docking this morning and was knocked Aemi con Arlous. Four stitch were taken to Hora a cask above i ear. At Tenda Ata a Hord the ship looked to . You aah said a he fell and carried him to the ships Hospital Ile a quickly revived. When the urge Cal measure were completed. Or. Son attended to Bis debarkation As if nothing had hip ii l 76. A Relief comes to stricken states death toll exceeds too but showers and Thunder storms break heat. By to associate press if Gago july 12.�?after causing More Titan too deaths in Tbs Middle West this week the worst hot wave in years seemed to be breaking up tonight a report scattered showers and thunderstorms brought some Relief. The official forecast said the heat wave would la entirely broken up within 36 hours Aud already a dissipating Over tile Mississippi Valley where to degree temperatures yesterday had fallen to 80�?Ts and Low nineties. The warm spell. Ii fire vanishing completely paid the great Lake states n Vult and in Chicago the Mercury Rose to 05, the hottest july 12 Ainee 1014 when it was 03. Up to today Chicago and the Region prot id Lake Michigan had enjoyed mild temperatures in the 70s and Low 80�?Ts, and the Inrush the heat sent thousands scurrying to the beaches to seek Enlace Iii tile surf. Scattered showers Iii Nebraska sent the Mercury tumbling from 103 thereabouts Down to around 85 hut not until 13 deaths in the Stute bad been attributed to the heat. Missouri adding 20 More victims since yesterday suffered most from the in longed hot wave and counted a total 52 deaths traceable to the heat. Seven More deaths were reported in Iowa for a total 32 during the spell. In Mouth Dakota where tem pern Tare up in the 100�?Ts had been Genera All week the Mercury had dropped to 70. Five died from the heat in South Dakota during tile week. More than a Dosen deaths occurred in the Wake tile heat wave in Minnesota hut rooter weather there today brought Welcome respite. In Illinois outside Chicago and the Lake Region there were a half dozen deaths attributable to the weather. Flyers Etton Greasy for hop across Pacific Ocean Tacoma. Wash. July 12.-Lieut. Harold Bromley accompanied by Harold Gatty navigator arrived at Tacoma Field at 4 55 p. In. Today la their High Wing Mono Loae in which they will attempt within the next few Days a non atop flight from Tacoma to Tokyo. The fliers left Long Beach. A ilf., at 6 90 a. In. Today. Champ reams open Cronn i hectic Battle Macdonald Smith loses to american Golf wizard by two strokes other stars crack Bobby sinks forty foot putt final Hole to Clinch his match. By Alan Gould frn a it Ai Grain a Interlachen club Minneapolis minn., july 12.�?Bobby Jones Wen Tbs open Golf championship the United states today for Tbs second straight year and the fourth time Alto gather is a scored his third successive major Triumph 1990, Jones a lacked the Crown by finishing Tbs 72 Boles with a total 287 while Bis most dangerous rival Macdonald Smith posted 289. The King All Tbs golfers flushed with the Hest the greatest Battles his career strode to Tbs Home Bole today with his throne a trifle shaky the professional Light brigade la Bot Pursuit and a 40-foot putt Over the rolling turf before him. While Dees to 10.060 spectators held their break Bobby Jones stepped up briskly and bit non inti not Ottono Toto time same old Story by the a a Erin from Interlachen club. Minneapolis minn., july 12�?�?oit just Little practice ceremony. With those few words Chuck full truth and the Story american Golf in a nutshell Findlay 8. Douglas president Tbs United states Golf association handed Bobby Jones the National open Golf trophy a the Tun died out the sky at the Interlachen country club tonight. It has been a a practice ceremony in America it la getting to he one in England too. With his usual modesty Bobby remarked a i was just a Little Lucky that Quot make it plucky Quot Horton Smith shot Beck. Umboh am in Maiuri Defiance no a Piid 12-G�Rlray Learmon. 6, Ara Harry la mum. Drowned in tar a Amra River her yesterday while bathing the child bad been in the water More than a the Hady Wen Brand by g. W. Badan ban it an he dry Mao fined Defiance. Of july 12.-Loyd wine. Of Adams Mill a late prohibit iou i in pert was fined 930 and Cesta la magistrate court Ber yesterday in a Cha Rye illegally trespassing. Charges were filed against wine by John Boyer proprietor a Barbecue stand Abb to bins raided july 2. Boyer complained that wine illegally Raan cd that part the place and to wife occupied As a Der it Ling. Wine found a Liq nor in Tim raid. Hut conf Lac led two Slat machines. Boyer was freed a charge i bags by i>irtthoi<0iaiiiiioiiom Iota Siim Ioir Tan i Ioulian i the Ball straight and True into the cup for a Birdie 8 that doted the door to ail challenges clinching Hie fourth Victory and successful defense the open Golf championship the United states the reverberating Roar that greeted his final stroke the master Shoemaker them All sounded like a Knell what few lingering Hopes remained a a the All conquering son the South completed Hia third major golfing Triumph the year St Horn sad abroad. All that Bobby needs to do now to make it a clean sweep for 1990, with All four major British and american title dangling from one Man s Belt for the first time is history is to recapture the United states Amateur Crown a Philadelphia in september Arrand lowest trial Jones with successive rounds 71 73-68-75, finished Hia Conquest today with a total 287, the second lowest total in the history the american open and Only one stroke abort the record aet 14 years ago by Chick Evans at the nearby minik Hada course. It gave him a winning margin Twa strokes Over Bis nearest rival the Veteran Macdonald 8mith. Of new York who made a Gallant sensational fight that fell just a trifle abort overhauling the Peerless georgian in the final round. Mac Smith alone the Star professionals to stand the Gaff the final Day after Jones had burned up the course with a record breaking third round finished with rounds 70-75 74-70 for a total 289 to Clack Arrand place. Horton Smith the 22-year-old Missouri professional who shot himself int the Lead at the Halfway Mark Only to crack under the Strain today wound up in third pm re five strokes Back Jones with 72-7076-74�?292. Fourth place went to Lighther cd with figures 72-72-73-76�?293. Fifth was the vet 7.1 a int Calm with 74-78-71-76�?294, while the net the professional Dan. Including rack1 threats As Tommy Ammer. Johnny Farrell Charles Seey. And Walter Hagen Fen by the Wayside put to rout by the 28-ye�r-Ojd wizard Froes Georgia a a wars Tina to show just How badly beaten the my stars were. Armour Al sighed ten strokes to the rear with 297. Seey Cea finned pipe bight rescued Oft buning hip Cleveland. Of. Only Llu their trawl men i in catching firs when tem mile oat Rocky River toward Pat in Bay Lake Erie. Depart and pm hey Morrow awl Joseph in Phr Cleveland were Maenard today. To can cml Are Wing and Wing piloted mute n. Catnap ctr avoid pulled Slang aide. Task the pub Nims re and towed in the Ham to but. Wood where the Ara dental up moorish cd the Fin ame. Damp Ira estimated at cab Mimi to Murii East la Vee Pool own to a rubbish fire. My emf m a critical Quot As

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