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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather Ohio no Kentucky mostly during sunday local Thun Shower sunday night monday. A Otts Mouriz Munday a Iota profitable shopping bar Tina Are Dally presented in advertising columns the times. Profit the habit Reading them. To. 12. No. 14 32 pages Portsmouth Ohio sunday. June 22. 19 10 five cent Fierro completes non Stop flight leading Ohio cities hold respective places in census Cleveland m Lead class Over 100.000 Lakewood pulls ahead to better Springfield in 50,000 list Large gains shown Portsmouth is in fourteenth place same As in 1920 census. By the aint Lim Presa Columbus 0., june 21.�?Ohio Levin leading cities ranging in population from More than 100,000 to close to 1,000,000 Beld their respective positions in the 1920 census count As compared with ten years Azo according to returns at hand tonight. The most notable gain was made by Columbus which pulled up within easy striking distance Toledo. While returns to Date show Only seven cities in the More than 100,000 class it was generally expected that the list would be increased by one. With Canton passing into the six figure column. Gain is outstanding the seven leading Buckeye cities show t in a total population 2,554,-817, As compared with 2,100,850, a gain 385,088, 17.7 per cent. The standings were Cleveland 1030, 901.482. 1029, 196.841, gain 104.041 is per cent Cincinnati 440,152, 401.257, 37,893 i per cent. Toledo 290,787, 243,164, 47,b3 to per cent. Columbus swam 237,881. Akron 253.653 208,435, 45.218 21 per cent. Dayton. 200.763, 150,703, 50,000 33 Jer cent. Youngstown 170,04, 132.368, 27.4041 28 per cent in the 50,000 to class Lakewood pulled ahead Springfield by a slight margin. While Hamilton Clung to their place aril Cleveland Heights fourth. The standings were Lake void. I .30, 70,140. 1020. 41-75.,. Tin 28,417. Springfield. 0s,4<>6, , 7.506. Hamilton. 52.108, 30.-675. 12.433. Cleveland ilits 50,123. 15.264, 34.859. takes Lead Lead by the City Lorain an even dozen Ohio cities were listed in the. 25,Inni to 50,000 class As follows Lorain 1930, 41,471, 1020, 37.303. Gain tit. Lima 43.284, 41.320, 1,958. Ort snout la 42.357. 33.008. 0.240. Warren 41,034, 27,050, 14.004. East Levi Laud. 40,270, 27.212. 12,087, Stan Neville 33,288, 31,073. 3,315. Man held 33,434. 27,824, 5,010, nor Quot a Quot. 33.200, 24,966, 8,234. Marion a 5 27.801, 3,114. Newark. 30,-5m, 21.718, 3.805. Middletown 30,-23.54, 6.457. , 25,00. 25,-v . In Ortmei Siuth holds Marc Lorain pulled to first sgt Slation in this list passing Lima which Loci the i d in i20. Portsmouth held to r i place. Warren Jumis de to Lim ii from eighth position while last Cleveland went up two rungs in the in Ider from seventh to fifth St. H i to me fell from fourth place to Mich ii Idle Mansfield Hist one place dropping from sixth to seventh. Nor-"�?�1 jul mixed from tenth to eighth Marion Fel from fifth to ninth. To ninth in 1920. Dropped to a to his Icar Middletown gain cd t e step going from twelfth to Ehva in ii. While Elyria lost one full in eleventh to twelfth. Two boys drown near Cleveland out i alls from raft other Hies Hen fishing boat capsizes. Hith autor Lair Puma i Eveland . June 21�?two it re drowned in Lake Erie Here Day. Stanley Barras 9, lost a when he and his older brie a a fell from a raft pulling his try Vernon 13, with him. Vector it revived at a Hospital. A it a ii a boat in which he and two a it re fishing capsized Wyllys y. 13, was drowned off Gor a Shah Turk. Ills Uncle. Philip a a a i Roger and Wiliam f. Rostock Iii unions were unable to Ald r be Sank immediately. Quot ii who Man elected i 1 sky j., june 21�?four a a uni member the Pioneer ast Ion the Lake Shore division new York Central Railroad at r Tiu ii fluting Here today elected j1 t \ Tai rems Toledo president a coming year. J set for hearing monday 1 it the City against the Ohio company in regard to placing r eleventh Street under a i tee n a Migne a for hearing judge will p. Stephenson Ula to in Inion pleas court a a Lay at 0 a. M. motion the. If Lff a ase Baa to Een continued rss Ime before. C. Amp 0. Passenger train derailed in politics mrs. Cora g. Lewis Well known Kansas newspaper woman Aud nationally known writer has been drafted by Tho democratic Leader her state to make the race for lieutenant governor. She i conceded a Good Chance to be the first woman to hold a state office in Kansas. Ask recall Detroit mayor petitions circulated to oust official before next election. By the associated Presa Detroit mich., june 21�?whether a modern City 1,606,000 population eau Muster sufficient sentiment to upset its administration and recall its mayor before time for the regular election to Roll around was occupying the minds Detroi ters tonight As they watched the Progress the movement to recall mayor Charles Bowles. Mayor Bowles bus served a Little More than six months his two year term but that period has been filled with controversy in which the police department the Council and the departments Street railways and Public works took a prominent purr. The mayor w As not forced to stand the storm alone. Aligned with Bim were his commissioners police and Public works. The former was discharged a month ago und the other John Gillespie now is directing the fight against the recall movement. Late thursday petitions bearing the names 111.270 voters were placed in the hands the City clerk As the first step toward bringing about a recall election. Rallying around for the defense the mayor is Gillespie and Frank ii. Doha by the Street railway commission. Both men figured prominently in the list charges against the mayor which appeared the recall petitions. Injunction to prevent school contract refused by the associated Presa Tiffin. O., june 21�?an injunction asked by labor leaders to prevent award a Grade school contract Bere to Vossler brother Tiffin was refused today by judge W. Wright Bucyrus. Judge Wright held the court had no right to interfere with discretionary Powers the Board education since no charge abuse discretion had teen made. The Salt was filed by John m. Wellman vice president the Central labor Union who asked the injunction he ground that Bossier Brothers hid a higher than those two other contractors. Diam Mercer plans formed terms Deal will involve $80,000,000 by great Supply concerns. By the associated Presa Toledo us a june 21.�?merger negotiations Between the National Supply company Toledo and Spang. Chalfant and company Are about to be completed it was stated in Well informed financial circles Here today. Announcements the terms which will involve some $ in a xxx in securities is expected next week. The notional Supply company manufacturers Many kind equipment for the Oil Industry. Including pipe while Spang Chalfant and company is a Well established business specializing in the manufacture welded and seamless tubing. One killed Many Hurt la Seru wreck the sportsman leaves rails near Hawks nest w. A. Cause unknown running fast clip engine and several cars overturned injured in hospitals. Charleston w. Va., june 21�? one person was killed and a number others injured at least one Are Ousby. When the sportsman crack Chesapeake amp Ohio passenger train Enro Ute from Newport new to Detroit left the rails tonight at Hawk nest 60 Miles from Here. The engine and one conch a combination baggage und passenger conch overturned and two other passenger coaches were derailed. Homer Haskell Huntington w. Va., the Engineer was killed and the fireman a seriously injured. Information from Railroad sources Here a that several i sengers and the express messenger were also injured. Three the injured were taken to Tho Coal Valley Hospital at Montgomery. A wrecking train was dispatched from Hinton w. Va., to the scene the wreck which occurred in an isolated District. Gift to beggar costs mayor Joliet $2,Soo by Tbs associated pms Joliet. Us june 21.�?a poor Mao knocked yesterday at the door mayor George sell rings House and mayor Behring gave him an old Vest. The poor menu said a much obliged and Well he might. Mrs. Sebring came Home a utile later. A where is that old Vest yours a she wanted to know right away. A nah yes said the mayor Joliet a the old Vest. A poor Man came a knocking at the door and i was touched by his obvious need a Vest. So i gave it to him. A twas nothing a trifle the i her Many a a ton gave away the Vest a said . Behring excitedly. A it was an old Vest said the mayor a and it was getting much too snug a. A snug not you have committed an expensive net Charity Quot said mrs. Sebring. A i used that Vest As a jewel Case. In it i kept two Diamond rings Worth $1,500 and $600 respectively. You see a lint mayor Sebring already was nibbling the receiver Hook the Telephone with great Anima Ion and demanding the Polk. Five killed in traffic accidents m Cleveland Cleveland o., june 21.�? apr five persons died Here today from injuries received in automobile and Street accidents bringing Cleveland a 1030 traffic toil to 120. John Kaczorowski 14, fell from an ice truck Anil was crushed under tile wheels. Elsie Witt 7, ran from behind a truck into the path an Aube Mobile. John Lees. 80, was fatally injured when struck while crossing a Street. Mrs. Katherine Baum 84, died after a Street ear struck her. Daniel Alkes 22, died after timing hit by an automobile. Senator marries Toledo. O., june 21.�?United states senator David Baird jr., new Jersey and mrs. France h. Smith were married Here at 6 p. In. In the Home mrs. Smith a Niece mrs. Linwood a. Miller wife the president the Wyllys Overland company. Only me tiers the family witnessed the ceremony. Fig going away then have the Portsmouth Tinea follow you. You la enjoy your vacation More Yon have Dally Bena from Home. Call 2900 ask for the circulation department and Tell them your vacation address. The Portsmouth times evening and sunday Trail maniac police cutting the grass with scythes As they search for clues at the scone the murder Noel Rowley. Rowley was the second Man to be shot by a maniac who is writing to the new York City police and jeering their inability to make any headway in the solving the crime. Has. A a a a cci1 i i la i it a a i in Villi some heat by Tira associated Presa Kansas City june 21�?a heat wave carried tile Mercury Over the 100-degree Mark in Western Kansas today and other parts the Southwest sheltered in abnormal temperatures. Apparently entering in Kansas the heat drove tile thermometer to 102 degrees in Salina Kwh degrees in Dodge City and to record highs in Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas. In Kansas City a Mark 98 degrees w As set. 11 i i ii i ii i i i a i a i ii i ii 11 i a traffic saves victim gang policeman captures gunman while taking Man a for a Cleveland june 21�?an alleged attempt two gunmen to take Stanley Zeman Cleveland Quot for a ride was frustrated today by heavy traffic and one the gunmen was arrested. Zeman was wailing for his wife in front a furniture store when the men one them brandishing a revolver climbed ii to his Coupe Ami told him they were going to take him into the country and a throw him with the gun pressed against his Side Tetuan drove where Tho men directed him. A traffic snarl at an cast Side Corner stopped the car however and Zeman taking a Chance being shot jumped out Yelling for help. His captors also started to run. Patrolman Patrick Caney rushed to the Auto Aud overpowered one the men. A revolver was found Iii his pocket. Ile was taken to the detective Bureau for questioning. Zenum said be had never seen either his captors before. C.-0. Announces rate reduction As much As 65 per cent logs other rates take drop. Cincinnati june 21.�? apr reduction rates logs carloads into Cincinnati from Point the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad West Clifton forge in Virginia Kentucky and West Virginia amounting to a Roach As 65 per cent was announced Here today. The new rates will become effective Jethia month according to Tyler w. Almes District manager it the Southern Hardwood traffic association Anil will give an average reduction fire cents a Hundred pounds. The reduction will place the movement logs from Chesapeake and Ohio Points to Cincinnati an approximate parity Witolf rates now applicable from Central freight Assoria Hon territory. Lamont defends Tariff measure Secretary challenges assertions that Bill is a detriment by tit associated pre Washington. June 21.-a formal statement la defense the new Tariff Bill challenging assertions that it would be a detriment to american business was issued by Secretary Lamont today representing research findings the Commerce department. The Deel nation constituted the third made the subject this week. Secretary Mellon and senator Watson Republican Leader in the Senate having previously presented their View hut Secretary Lamont introduced primarily a study the bearing the new measure International Trade. He took up specifically the protests foreign nations and said Many them in substance had been Ennis trod a nil acted upon by Congress. He told the remarkable Rise Iii exports american manufactures during the last decade in spite similar threats to the country s Trade issued during consideration the 1022 Tariff act. Lament stressed also the opportunities Given foreign producer Selling to the United states to seek change through the Tariff commission in schedule adopted a privilege which americans in like position get from no other nation and he concluded that under the new measure Quot the people the United state will continue to buy and sell to the nation the world a so to quantities a i Hare been asked what effect the new Tariff will have our foreign Trade Quot Lamont said. A some Light this question May be gained from the experience after the passage the Tariff act 1922 that act raised the level duties As compared with the Underwood act much More than a been done in the present revision. As Many protests were received from foreign countries As have been received in the present year and there were jus As Many prediction disaster to our foreign Commerce. A we believe the new Tariff Law will not retard the amazing growth our foreign Trade. It a bold lie remembered also that four fifths in value our import goods which Are either free duty unchanged reduced in duties under the new Law. Cooper lauds conservation work in state close to too sportsmen from All Over Ohio attend Council meet preserve conference will result in various groups backing one program. Ohio proposes to develop Park systems conserve Forest areas extend reforestation and provide recreational facilities through the medium the division conservation governor Myers y. Cooper told More than a too sportsmen Ohio assembled Roosevelt game preserve rat inlay night attending the governor s conservation Council. The purpose the Council is to have the members the various organizations sportsmen get solidly behind one program instead each organization working an individual program. As he outlined the future plans the conservation department. Governor Cooper was Given a rousing hand and was highly commended for his conservation policy. Close to too sportsmen with the majority holding membership in the Izaak Walton league and the Ohio league sportsmen were in attendance. The attendance was larger than anticipated and sleeping Quad Lei i1 Al Hal la. a i Lux goats capsize Drews rescued sudden Squall cause near tragedy ten twelve vessels go Down. Cold 8prixg8 Harbor. N. A a a june 21.�?twelve racing sloops with a total 36 men. Women and children Board capsized today in Long Island sound . A sudden Squall almost hurries a Ford. All the sloops Ai a a Liger Aud Crew were rescued Bur ten the vessel Hank and two Mer carried ashore by tile tide. The Schooner yacht a Mina. Owned by John Remsen Bishop White Plains a run Down and sunk off Larchmont by the yacht Shadow k. Owned by Cav g. Fisher. Stuber a ducked taking a dare Aud Wager it offered by governor Myers y. Cooper Anthony Pfarr game protector Union county a six foot 260 Pound guardian the Law a a ducked W. Tutor educational director the department conservation. Stuber a Short St inky built Man Aud Pfarr in a playful Mot threatened to to a one another into the Stream running past the Lodge. All the a it smell joined in and governor Cooper offered Pfarr $1 he would Duck Stiller. Pfarr picked the director up Aud walking to the Creek Hank tossed him into the water. Smiter then pulled Pfarr in and both received a Good drenching. Pfarr collected the a a a i i i i ters were slightly Crow Dill As a result. Discusses program in discussing the conservation program governor coolie r said that his first visit to the Roosevelt game preserve last your be visited Camp oyo and met More than 2txl boy scouts. Tie Happy face the scouts left a deep impression him the governor said and communicated to him the. Value the great out doors to boys and girls. A Amide playgrounds and proper instruction to me is one the important solutions to the crime conditions Ohio a governor deeper said. A in Ohio there Are More than 16, in men women and children confined in penal institutions been Given the pm it run that had these inmates the penal institutions Aud As i study tills crime condition i arrive at the conclusion Ity to enjoy the great out doors through Parks and playgrounds properly supervised they would have been folded into High Char altered Quot three major problems before Ohio now Are welfare highways and Ceiser Patlon. Welfare co ase first and requires tireless Effort and constructive program. We need to utilize our playgrounds a governor Cooper said. Urge dial rift flair Lier irs F. Atwood the Tongue Ohio sportsmen was the next Jeaker the campfire program. . At Imd said in part a a every person Over 18 years age who fishes in Ohio Speaks Here gov. Myers y. Cooper governor Cooper i attending the department conservation Council Iii session at Roosevelt game preserve Turkey Creek. Mexican flyer makes record Long trip completes first non Stop hop from new York to Mexico City greeted by throngs continued do Page ten Ohio producers organize Independent Oil company by the a mum muted Presa Logan o., june 21�?one Hundred men representing the Oil interests from 300 to 460 producers and 3,600 Royalty holders throughout it counties in Southeastern Ohio met Here today to organise the Independent producers refinery co., inc., recently. Sufficient capital mock bus been sold to permit election officers tonight officials said. The con Tany will be organized a a i 2.0ii0 barrels daily and will refine Ute Pennsylvania crude Oil in this leap fails Columbus. O., june 21�? a leap from a second Story window mercy Hospital to a Concrete roof caused no injuries today to Oliver Colegrove 23, Dunnville o., who was awaiting an operation for a fractured 500 injured in Indian outburst police preparing to break up demonstrations in Bombay. Hgt Tbs associated press Bombay june 21.�?ivinonstra-Tlons Here today by Tim nationalist followers Mahatma Gandhi resulted in More than iwo injuries. The greatest number in Bombay since the civil disobedience Campaign opened March 12. There Are indications More tumultuous scene tomorrow with police preparing to break up a demonstration sympathy for 17 monitors the eighteenth in Shwal Rifle who were imprisoned for disobeying orders in a riot at Peshawar. trouble occurred principally Tho Muldon is pm nude a Large meeting ground forbidden to nationalists by official order yesterday because native troop re quartered at one end. Tho Volunteer gathered the Mantdan this morning anyway following previous plan for a review by Pandit Motel no Nehru acting president the Ull Andla nationalist Congress. Thousand natives assembled an hour to fore the procession was to begin. The police nuni Toring 4 n foot fit mounted and 30 officers ordered them to Dis mgt use. Tho crowd ref muted anti the foot Pollee charged three times with their Bamboo Sticks without being Able to scatter the natives. Finally they Canell the mounted Melee who Hiso charged in wielding Sticks driving the crowd off the Maldan except for a hand some 500 led by women. Ambulance Crews were kept Busy picking up the injured some whom including two women were wounded seriously. Two Hundred among them five women were taken to Hospital. A bunt 300 others were treated the scene for minor injuries while 12 mom were injured by the Pollee stick when they attempted to form a procession outside the Victoria railway station Iii protest against the police action the Mal Luu Senate passes $50,000 Grant president s commission Only receives part Money in budget. By Tbs am whim Fross Washington june 21.�?pre-Dent Hoover Law enforcement commission would be Given a $50,600 Ais proper Laton with a specific limitation it invitation to the Kuhnert prohibition under an amendment written into the Boue deficiency Hill today by a sub committee the Senate appropriation committee. By a vote nine to one the committee in executive session adopted in amendment by senator Glass Democrat Virginia carrying the provision. The House yesterday struck from to Hill a #250, no appropriation after a a inf order was raised the to Ait that there was no Legal authorization for the commission beyond one your. Senator Glass said after the committee meeting that in his opinion the provision would still to subject to a Point order in the Senate. Mob Kirman Beufve to have attacked women both Assoria Ted pre Union 8. Cd a june 21.�?dan Jenkins Beaufort x. A negro was shot to death by a mob Bere this afternoon after be bad been identified try two Young women As the Man who attacked them earlier in Tho Day. A col. Fierro betters Lindbergh s time by ten hours Dodges storm. Both associated press Val Buena Field Mexico june 21�?the first non Stop flight from new York to Mexico City was completed by a mexican aviator today. Colonel Roberto Fierro Bis countrymen a new hero the air covered the distance approximately 2,300 Miles Between Roosevelt Field new York and Val Buena Field Mexico City in 16 hours and 35 minutes. He exceeded by Only half an hour the Mark 16 hours be bad hoped to set. Missing an escort air planes sent out to meet Bim he landed alone taking the spectators by Surprise. A previous false alarm Hail made them cautious about identifying the air plane a bus. Greeted by countrymen splashing Down into the Muddy Field but making a clean Landing Fierro was greeted with roars applause. Amid cries Quot Viva Fierro Viva Mexico Quot be and big Mechanic Arnulfo Corte were triumphantly carried the shoulders the crowd into the Emilio Carranza hangar. There they were greeted by president Ortiz Rubio so a rotary War Joaquin Stuaro and other officials. Both aviators were smiling and said they were not very tired from their Long Aud speedy flight. Colonel Fierro not Only made the first non Stop flight from new York to Mexico City hut tottered by Mort than 16 hours the time set by ooh Charles a. Land Tough in decorator 1927, tot Ween Washington and Mexico City. Lindbergh required 27 hours and 16 minutes for his nonstop flight from 1 011101 Field to the mexican capital. Colonel Fierro used a Lockheed Hariu monoplane with Low wings a duplicate that used by land Tough for bus recent transcontinental flight. Hodges electric storm the mexican Ace s record run was made Iii Dork work fun Ilion. From Roosevelt Field be followed a rout by Montgomery alu., new Orletus Brownsville Texas Aud Tampico Mexico Between the lust two place he successfully dodged a severe electric storm sweeping in from the Gulf Mexico. A crowd More than 10,000 per son braving the rain thut had converted the Field into a Slippery Moss mud broke through the police Linen and guards soldiers As his 4luuc came to a halt. I Tufino Fierro the colonel s father who made by first trip to Mexico City from his Home in Chihuahua today waited until hic first Hurst Enthus lust had silent itself and greeted his son inside the Huu Gur. While the colonel and Corte were receiving congratulations inside Tho hangar from president Ortiz Kushto Aud their families and friends the crowd tried to storm the doors Yelling for another sight the aviators. Ceremonies in Honor the flyer were Beld to a minimum this evening so tint they can get to Tod Early anti rest. During tile next few Days they will to guests Honor at a serb functions. Financial held for theft Coli Qianty charges one time Genius took $95,687 entrusted him. By the associated pm new York june 21�?once considered a Genius in the financial world he Rob it. Ryder whose dissipation have sent his brokerage firm to the Wall was arrested tonight a warrant charging grand larceny. Ryder s partner in Tho firm it Woody and company which was bus tended thursday by the new York Stock Exchange specifically alleged that lie misappropriated $95,087 entrusted to Bim to Purchase securities. When their firm was suspended they said they could find Only n few Hundred dollars assets Aud store than $3,61 6,666 in liabilities. Ryder admitted that to handled tune $7,666, 066 the firms funds during the Mist eight months. Only 37, Ryder was looked upon with respect a in the Street Quot and a credited with Baving Ruu few Dollar into a Fortune that at one Tim was estimated at $15,600,006. Recently be became a familiar figure in Broadway s night ufos Aud hailed As a Benefactor chorus girls and colleges. Refi nes nomination big Stone Gap. A. June Ulm Iii a formal statement Here today c. Bascom Slemp after meeting with the notification committee representing the ninth District Republican convention which nominated him to Congress declined to make the Roc. Shoot Gibson uterus to. Mahrt for third time i by Tim Ammeh Pom lox Angele june 21�?ho Gaston. Glia Cowboy. Today filed no flee intention to marry rally Ellers 21, film actress. It will be i third marriage. Gibson Alto la 36, filed under i True name Edmond amp Gibson. The wedding will be next Friday Execl tag at his ranch North afim apm tic

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