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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - June 1, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather a a no a Kentucky fair and a in let sunday. Monday Elt no la no to fair with slowly Ming Pray Urr. A in Orf Smotri Drof it a sinus profitable shopping bargain a daily presented in advertising columns the times. Profit by the habit Reading them. Vol 12. No. La 28 pages Portsmouth Ohio sunday. June i 3930 so set Ltd frill five cent Sam needs $40. 00 More for Wall Tornado demolishes half new Mexico Community 6 killed fire Breaks out As buildings fall ambulances dispatched to town upon receipt information d a m a be is great american legion members prepare to leave for disaster. By the Ateo routed pm Las vegas n. M., May 31�? a Tornado which struck Tugui unbound \ m late this afternoon was re i to have killed six Persona and not have demolished half the communist. Wngo Mound has a population about 1,200. Fire trucks have Boon till Pat shed to the Community to fight i fire reporter to have broken out immediately after the storm had Dot in it damage. Unbalanced were dispatched to the town immediately upon receipt word that the Tornado had struck and two carloads american legion my meters together with mayor Thos. V. Cruger were preparing to leave for Wngo Mound. Las vegas is mites front Wngo Mound. Tho Santa be Railroad has sent a wrecking Crew to the scene and mayor Cruger tonight was trying to get in touch a vital governor r. C. Dillon and head the states National pm it to obtain military supplies for residents without shelter food. Air Leviathan lands in u. S. Ii ii a ii ii i ii i omit ii Niti Roi it hit ii i it it ii i ire mint injured in India uprising casualty list mounts As nationalists make new Salt raids. By the antedated Bombay. May 31�?th casualty Hist resulting from raids by Indian nationalists government Salt debits was swelled by 106 names today while plans were made for a Liege a final rain the Madaia lilt works tomorrow. Today a injuries resulted when British mounted troops charged to break up an attack the Salt pans at Idi Arsua where similar raids hive occurred almost Dally for two weeks nationalist volunteers Nuran Rii g in started for the pans and were driven Back several times by Hie Sticks foot police following a warning each time. The mounted troops finally charged to break up the attack. To Stem the movement Madam tomorrow the government has massed police and troops around tile area hut nationalist leaders answered t it i by making additional plans and lusting indians to a join the raid in to Cir thousands and make it a phenomenal meanwhile other violence was from the far North India at Job War the Frontier my. B trouble occurred about a new u a ago. A woman and two children were among the victims today when a. Liers fired into a mob which had reassembled after being dispersed. Nationalist leaders were a per. Turtle by the viceroys two new Oral canapes directed against inciting to i u payment taxes and prohibiting picketing and tampering with the b Iblis government servants. Into talkies birth Ascot lated pro Chicago. May 81.�?a pillar vaudeville passed today into Tho new order Public entertainment that grew with the quo talkies. The theater was the Palace. The change was from at alight variety usually 8 acts to talking motion pictures with a few vaudeville turns to augment the Only remaining straight vaudeville House in the United states is the Palace theater in new York City. I Niit Ito it Quot a Iima tis in i mom a d Nin Ioir ii so Oiin a is Wii president Hoover will return to his business by i he Aster ated pres Williamsport a. May 31.�? be re bed by ids week end spent in a he to it tide the ale Beny Mountain. In Reid Hoover is to lean to e c Jay Cooke philae. I in Cully tomorrow for the return trip to Washington. Let oils motorcycle police will facet the party a it turns to tile my in Highway North this City and f Rin in escort to tile Maryland mate line. A a this to bid visit to the estate 1 old Friend and co worker Iii the w Iii War food administration the pres ii Jent Bas found a primeval at no sphere t a t not even his Camp a it the headwaters Tho a Idun r in Virginia can surpass. More Sun Loon Ai n s wild land Toni now tic Binning my fishing preserve Ami a men Ami one in if Miles Well ked Stream courses through. I1 for nals it tile Lodge wildcats in. Vii Des and Mink Are Ira i Ted. Light a nine fines it Eeli Nens own Trout weighing tween one f my in lore Shind and a half a re aught by . Limner this t1 ring and Elmo to a Many when a re tinted to tile Waters for a Quot pie hour Lute i lie afternoon. Ail i in bump reds cheered the Graf Zeppelin majestically landed at its moorings in Lakehurst n. J., after completing nearly is too Miles the most spectacular air voyage history. The Craft landed in the United states the last Lap la voyage before leavin g monday for the trip homeward. It has visited Spain Brazil Cuba and the United states. One killed in Toledo ficht another missing after Battle Between fishermen and rum runners. By Tim Aster ated pm Toledo o., May 81�?one Man was dead and another was missing tonight in what county authorities said was a argument Between fishermen and rum runners Over pay for transportation Beer from n Small Inlet near Beno Beach. The body Thomas Gill to Fisherman was found near the breakwater at Reno Beach Early today the head battered and severs cuts about the facet his companion was reported missing. Fred 8teffens, a Fisherman was held by county authorities As a material witness. Authorities mid Stef fens told them that a rum Laden Power boat broke Down nearby yesterday and that lie and five other fishermen including Gill and his companion had been hired to retrieve the Beer which had been cached in the water near coolies ditch. The Fisherman authorities said. Told them that he and the five com Pavlons started late last night in three Row boats to get the Beer. Thirty cases be said were loaded in each boat. Gill starting for a Landing place at 2 80 a. In. County authorities expressed a Loller that Gill and possibly his companion were slain in an argument with the rum runners Over the Money to be paid for recovering the Beer. More mothers land in France 10,000 flee in Wake floods Sii hued Mut Hurt n Praia no Meo the Atin relm a fam Mon thread. Fra ii v. May six passenger were killed Arni >4 a r ired when the fast Pari m Irsell a Mil a wrecked Here tonight. A our Inui Liis derailed mid were a a Lilied a the train approached a at about 10 in in in. O Ltd to ii were not in it it we Public opinion hurts dry Law prohibition Leader says states Are not aiding enforcement both aaa lated Washington May six Public opinion a described today by prohibition commissioner Doran a the deterrent to that Complete enforcement the dry Laws which could be accomplished if All the states would cooperate with the Federal a Hornier in a monograph contending that the states and Federal government bad concurrent obligations to enforce prohibition Doran said that in states whet j there was lax cooperation Quot unwholesome influences Are at work to prevent in new York City Doran said there was close connection Between the Law Breakers and the police and a tendency Quot City officials to Ham in Federal enforcement officers in Many obscure first among his list causes for Lack enforcement there he placed a a Strong sentiment against the prohibition Law not the part the majority perhaps hut the la it a Large Doran said that a double Obliga Tion rested upon the states to Ald in the enforcement the Law Quot the inherent police Power the state to regulate liquor traffic and the Power conferred the state by the United states in the eighteenth amendment a Quot there Are now the statute books 43 states adequate Laws which taken in conjunction with the National prohibition act and adequately enforced by the present peace officers the cities counties and the states themselves can accomplish enforcement the prohibition Laws Quot Doran said in Condo Pion. The monograph was the third a series issued in the prohibition Bureau s educational Campaign for which Congress appropriated $50,000. Ask Hansen Ohio Assembly voters petition reapportionment census indicates immediate need. Cleveland. May 81.�?petition containing the names More than 128,000 Cuya hoga county voters asking for submissions a Constitution amendment to re apportion representation in tile Ohio general Assembly will be flied with Secretary state Clarence j. Brown till week. It Mas announced today by Stilt senator George ii. Bender. A census figure available thus for Ohio indicate thai the smaller counties have inst in population while the larger Coontie have gained Tho emphasizing Noire than Ever tile need for reapportionment representation Iii the Lido legislature. Beader said. Petition with soffit Lent Sig nature hate been filed from Urie and 1/ come . Senator Bender said. Sibling that petition hmm Oiler Coontie will be filed a we a i hrs King Terwint let a earthquake reported m Tokyo to casualties Tokyo. June i a an car Chouake. The a Tise Tod strongest flu tear. Was Felt till rite at 2 to a Ai. Balat. Ltd k Weir dumped met frightened people ran for it us heir later a a to owe. A half hour later tire had a asst owe Fie Lama Bernie it a err iou he mag . A t Dot Caiti i to Day red River Valley residents prepare for Long siege against water by the assert re press Alexandria la. May 31-Plantation negroes homeless up the red River Valley today Sang their praises red Cross rations while Al out Alexandria a mighty Battle was in Progress to curb continued inundation by the rampant River. Negro spirituals drifted out from the refugee Camps in Natchitoches and red River parishes where More than 10,000 persons were driven from their Homes. Preparations were made for 8urday Camp meetings with such thanks for deliverance the recession the Waters. Facing a flood Crest revised upward levee and Highway forces today threw additional Crews into action to strengthen levees and attempt to hold Rapides Bayou emergency Dyke for the Protection the Enterprise addition to the City and a wide stretch valuable farm lands extending to Boyce. Alexandria prepared for a Long siege against flood the raising the Crest being predicted Here from 30.7 feet to from 40 to 40.5 feet by june 3. This will place the River 40 to 40.5 feet above flood level with Reading Here today 30.4 feet. Through piling and bagging around 15 toot Crevasse in Rapides levee so workmen today had temporarily held Back the rising tide hut Little if any Hope was entertained holding the water that is in sight. The 50 families in Enterprise bad deserted their Homes and farm tenants in the path were ready to leave. With the River falling in Natchitoches and red River parishes much improvement in the Valley situation was reported. In Hie Shreveport arca the River had dropped to 33.5 feet inure than five feet Pielow flood level and refugees were beginning to return through the mini to their farm Homes. Health authorities in Caddo ret River Aud Natchitoches Parl bus today were making the second round administering serum in an id Tensive Cubi i it Mig u against typhoid while a statewide hip i wan Mug made for additional funds and rehabilitate the file a i sufferers. Fourth group pays tribute to unknown Soldier at arc Detriomphe. Pari8, May than 250 Gold Star mothers the United state the fourth group to land today paid tribute at the arc Detriomphe to France unknown Soldier. In traditional fashion they paused at the altar Freedom before beginning their trip to the Battle cemeteries where their dead Reat in Flinder Field. Or. Eliza Wilson Detroit Michigan and . L. Smeaton fall Rivers mas., acted for their Comrade in the ceremony at the Tomb placing two Wrentha the memorial. Quartermaster general b. Cheatham. I. S. A., and a number dignitaries the French civilian and military Gnu Irhe were present. After the Brief ceremony the mothers went to a restaurant in the Center Paris for Tea. There they were guest Honor with Walter e. Edge. A Merman ambassador who. With col. Richard twi lit and general Bucana. Spoke to feed i briefly to them. Graf Safe in Lakehurst at end trip huge Zeppelin experienced most terrific storm career passengers elated air liner refuelled for trip homeward will leave monday evening. By the a a a elated pres Lakehurst n. J., May six after Riding out the most tempestuous squalls its career the German dirigible Graf Zeppelin that great Gray a Hoilier the skies arrived today at this scene its first triumphal crossing the Atlantic. Its shimmering skin blanched let a Tropic mins and washed by sub equatorial torrents the sky ship that has crossed the Pacific once and the Atlantic seven times to say nothing ringing the world nosed into sight at 6 clock e. 8. To this morning As ghostly As the mists from which it came. Officers and passengers told storms in the sir and a soon As Tho ship was berthed workmen began repairs broken struts holding in place the aft rear engine Gondola. Strata broken w. R. Von Melster american representative the Muftah Ibao said thai the struts were broken while the ship was at its Mast at Pernambuco. He said that the damage was found to be unimportant and to avoid delay the ship was brought Here with no More than jury repairs. He said that Tbs Gondola had suffered no add tonal damage during the flight from Pernambuco despite the rough weather. The passengers spoke the storm casually and smilingly just a one tells rough hat in dangerous seas encountered in an Ocean liner. Even the women. Mrs. Mary Pierce new York City mrs. Laura do rat Syracuse new York. And lady Grace Drummond Hay London said that they had not been frightened at any time. Boon after the ship arrived witnessed by a crowd scant Hundred instead the thousands who came to see her the three other times she was Here the passengers began to scatter. Tile Infante Alfonso first Cousin the King Spain was taken in a Navy plane to Washington it invitation the government. W. R. Leeds wealthy new yorker took mrs. Clerce to new York in a Large plane he had waiting for hint at the Field. The others went to new York in a special train. Passengers examined before the passengers left however they were subjected to customs and health examinations and to in thought dead brought Back to life at morgue by the associated press Logan w. Va., May 31-five hours after he was believed dead Edgar Cornelius 23, Liberty ind., was resuscitated in a morgue Here today As undertakers prepared to pm. Halm his body. He was taken to a Hospital where his condition was reported Good. Cornelius had been in the Hospital suffering from Haemorrhages he left the Hospital yesterday without notifying the Hospital official and was found unconscious last night by a physician at tap in near Bere. The physician brought him to the county jail Here and planned to con suit Hospital authorities about his Case in the morning. Shortly after Cornelius was taken into the jail prisoners notified the Jailer he had died. As no signs life were apparent he was taken to the morgue. When tile undertakers arrived to embalm the in Ody they found Cornelius breathing faintly and applied first Aid treatment which revived him. 73 years old chinese leave cities in fear red terror government troops reported to have joined communists bombs Are hurled continued Page 14 heroes fire Given medals Telephone employees decorated for valour in Cleveland disaster. By the associated pres new York May 81.�?four Telephone employees who distinguished themselves to the Cleveland Ohio clinic fire May is 1920, have been awarded Gold and Silver medals by the Theodore n. Vail memorial fund. All worked for the Ohio Telephone company. One the Gold medals went to miss Gladys i. Gibson operator who lost her life in the fire because she remained at her Post to give out the alarm which brought a us i in Nee. Other awards connected with the Cleveland fire were to Gerald t. Mahaffey District traffic superintendent Benjamin 0. Spaeth District Plant Sut it intendant. And James j. Roonan. District installation Foreman. Silver medal with Cash award Frank i 2vt. All participated in Rescue work. And working in relay. Maintained Telephone communication with the clinic during the fire. Walton a. Turner . Of Cleveland. Maimer am e Foreman won a posthumous award. Two sued when Fure Chasko Rott Street by twas St kites tres it to Uli Al. Neb. May 31 a boy la. Aid Harold . Holdrege. Eur. Were killed Bere bite today when the air plane a re la in a a a downtown posed it re. T the twile is re homed he my nit by re a in by Mem my it it i i Sci no Ati. May six voter a a oafs St >4 it by Ahie in . A a sentence Russell Bank Casmer to five years Werls to to to. Its it i Al. May to rfcs my j in. Former Hank Rodier. Id Etui Silencer St 23 ital info de to Mirt at pleaded guilt t remit and a Urda Dwa teat need by judge r a to be Ess. To at Lanta per. Him inn a Man Mif it Muf Sci Wati. May 31.-Joseph 8�-Ws�-. To. Retired Fura Dettre dealer is id hts life a a Ltd he hat my a self la the a sweat fms Waar oif i Fig it i % draft it Awee w a we be a a i a dear Hospital attendant in jail assaulted patient Cincinnati. Is 81 a mrs. Grace Lea Arith. 25, fria Ager. A former v an attendant at ism View Hospital. A today to 3#i Dei a jail for to Oak it Ltd and Hatter Fisher hip let a attendant. Tes if de . Pm stated a to Al red the is a Catherine Fie Offerle. Patient and at. I tempted to a Kuk her and held wad trader Aster la a hath int. R it i my vat i h 01.1 Mai a a. May Al a Reform he Era Ai k in. I in. Ferns lad a at a. N. A for for at la id ram Eon to Ltd Eft arg first Aeger murder a a the the death is. Jane a Frank to a re a a my a a a Quot i m a a i bl0�f mro to Felt time to \ a l buildings in korean cities destroyed by blasts in uprisings. By to associated tres Shanghai May 81�?dispatches from Amoy today said thousand re dents were fleeing from that City roaring a attack by red troops a imminent All nationalist official Wert reported t have resigned under communist anti banking pressure and missionaries Aero ready to flee in the event a red attack. Part the government troops Gar re zoning the City deserted to join the reds whose troops practically isolated the City by digging trenches across Road and cutting Telegraph lines. By the associated press Tokyo my 31�?a heal Korea dispatch to the Rengo new Agency nays that a band too korean com Monist Early today bombed and aet afire korean association building and school and japanese consulate in the Chen tax it District Kirin province Manchuria. A police communique soy the dispatch Adda that the bombing took place at Nykl lung a blog Tsun and several other town the Celentao District. Communications Mere destroyed also electric plants the chinese military and japanese police drove out the communists. Discontinue Street cars fifteen minute bus service to be Given Between Sciotoville new Boston. Announcement a made saturday by manager Charlo i gang the Portsmouth Public service company that Street car Are vice Between new Boston and Sciotoville will be discontinued effective monday. The Only car to be operated will be week Day mornings except saturday to take school children to Sciotoville. This one car will operate at 7 45 from new Boston. Additional bus service has been arranged to take i be place Street cars which have i it Een running six hours each Clay giving a 3oinlnute service Between 4 45 and 7 45 a. In. And 2 45 p. Iii. And 5 43 p. In. Oat new Bouton. A 15-minute by serv be will i offered in lieu the j Street cars one extra but Mug put i into service Between hour 5 St 1 a. In. To 8 09 a in and 3 00 p. In. To a i p. In. Hie Btl a i eau operated i in addition to Drei can tile Bose Mill operate Between Sciotoville ii in i h to Avenue while i cars operate my to file a Quot it a too waiting station. Tills is la latest portrait Pope plus i who will observe his 73rd birthday May 31. He was born at Deslo Italy in 1857. Pope Pius Nas birthday party greetings pour in from All Over world As Pope reaches 73. By to associated pros Vatican City May 31�?Pope Pius today celebrated bus seventy third birthday. Greetings poured in from All Over the world. As in for Mer years the Pope devoted special attention to prayer. The pontifical Banner a broken out from several edifices within the City state while the 8ws guards hoisted their own Standard from their Pron Cletal Post near the famous Bronze door and with the Palatine guard appeared at All i rotations in full Drc uniform. Two lock. Men Lea be Puk top to Wischer 11-Utt Pena i my i Maut a a p Art my it a Hai i ii it it a in be a Iju. I it tilts in an Ltd that t w aerated. I it a t an i officials probe boat disaster 3 dead 13 missing in mishap Pacific fishing smack. By the associated prs 8anta Monica cal., May 31-three persons were known to he dead 13 were officially listed a missing and Many More were recovering from Shock and exposure today As a i result the foundering off Santa Monica late yesterday the fishing boat Ameca meanwhile coast guard boats searched the wind milled water for ladies the missing. The Panicco suddenly listed to the Gale who Ppd billow when Many it in sengers were reported to have rushed to the Lee Side the Cruft to avoid a heavy Spray. The boat carried a Holiday crowd to the deep sea fishing smacks ranged along the coast. Fifty three survivors had Leen accounted for Lute today. They were picked a by other fishing in aits that came to tile Rescue. The Atreco Ca Psi Ted while it headed for Shore in a Squall maid in pm Al ii William , tile skipper one the survivors. Federal officials. Mile. Aud the county Coroner is Gan Inesti Guiou. One Rem it it Sci it investigated was that there were not enough life preservers another said the stat was overloaded. Pole said there were but Ike Lite preservers carried the Craft. A love Bureau a extortion plot under investigation la to . Of May 31 a the unti Dier let Eland women if any who were victims a a love bureaus extortion plot. Is la we Peeler. Who Imie by in Boston. I charged with a a Iery a tug was ordered determined t a let a Imi t Clef Jacob Rani Council paves Way to hush flood defense adopt Resolution to ask state tax commissions approval notes total Cost $415,000 original Bond Issue $300,- second contract called for $45,000. An additional $40,000 is needed to finish the flood Wall Extension. City Council in adjourned session saturday night adopted a Resolution to ask the state tax commission for authority to Issue $40,000 in notes. Figuring interest the amount required will be non $42,000. The increased tax Levy will be approximately 1.53 Mills. The Flemal Wall Extension is being constructed the unit Cost basis the original contract not covering the completed project due to possible unforeseen difficulties in the part the contractor Bonds were voted for $330, for the Extension. Later when it was found necessary to extend the Wall 1,500 feet cast into the n. And w. Property Aud across a deep ditch the railway company land and to change the route Serosa Lawson s run in additional $43,000 contract waa entered into by the City service director. Council later con leased judgment and with interest this suin4t amounted to approximately $47,000. To Complete a ditch unit the additional $40,000 is made necessary to Complete the flood pumping station unit in the Lawson a a run Section. In constructing the Wall across Lawson a a run More unexpected difficult in were met by the contractors. It was found necessary to drive Long Concrete piling to secure a firm foundation for the Wall which is 33 feet High at this Point. The Wall across the ditch is a Loo feet wide Bat a Section Only 150 feet wide remains unfinished. Tile issuance notes is to to an emergency measure. It la pointed out that the Wall already built might be damaged torn out the Ama 11 unit is not completed at this time. A High stage in the River Woald bring considerable water behind the Wall and in a sudden decline the water might destroy Purt the Wall. Had three course Council had three courses to pursue in securing the necessary fund. One was to ask the residents to vote a Bond Issue. This plan waa abandoned due to the necessity acting at once so that the project Muy be completed Early this fall before High water season. Another course was to Issue $29,two in Lions All that could he issued under the 15-Mill limitation. Since the project is declared a emergency it is thought that the state tax commission will place their stamp approval the plan adopted. Tax will be levied to pay off the notes and interest. Eye Phy Ody by pistol Bullet Lucasville Man uses Small gun in attempt to end life. Harrison nimbler 42, Lucasville suffered the loss his right Eye about 7 p. In. Saturday when he attempted to end i life by firing a 22 calibre revolver at his Bead. Do Illust to troubles Are said to have been responsible for the act. A rays late saturday disclosed that the Bullet entered the right Eye turned to the left and had lodged in the Center the front the brain. Although conscious nimbler la in a serious condition physicians stated. Relatives says nimbler has been living in Lucasville the last four weeks. He and been melancholy the last two Day. Neighbors who were near his Home heard the shot and called help. L. It. Kindlien Nephew the victim was in a store in Lucasville when Hie shooting occurred. Joe a mess Lucasville heard the shooting Aud summoned the Nephew. Nimbler was moved to the Home his Brot Lier g. H. Nimbler who Al olives in Lucasville. After . D. I. Coleman examined him lie Hud the in Tient mowed to the Hospital. There lie was attended by hrs. Coleman Aud h. A. Green. A Ruys Hale i in made in a Effort to locate the Bullet. I intern j Bolt Schooner rams launch one drowned 6 Sayed is two a a a it Al re a new Yohn. 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