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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio J the weather Ohio partly Cloudy Pogo Bly thunem Howyn in math Trutt portion blindly monday mostly Cloudy. Profitable shopping bargains Art daily presented ii advertising coition the tune. Profit the habit Reading them. Voi la no. M 28 pages Portsmouth Ohio sunday september 7, 1930 Ila a a a a a. Jul a a aaa Bow a ago Kiaira we wow five gent Argentine government surrenders fear 5.000 in s Cioto county a school Belk to Call 20,000 judge my Santo Domm boys and Girk Back to studies monday dead m storm desolation spreads in Wake Hurricane property loss $50,000,000 dead menace health one eighth population Island City wiped out injured big problem. By the aim Teudi pres Santo Domingo dominican Ile. Public. Sept. 0�?the smoke unnumbered. Funeral pyre bang Over the White Many a Moat ancient City the americas today As the bodies the victims list mondays Bur a tic one. We estimated at More than 4, 100, were consigned to the flames. Twenty five per cent the populace Are casualties. The estimate the dead made by in a. Antonio Calderon in charge the sanitary service la admitted to k conservative and it la feared the final total will be at least two. That is about one eighth the entire pop. A lotion the City. Five thousand More Many them expected to die. Are seriously injured. Property Leas great property loss is set at from $40,- 01,000 to $30,000,000. Hour by Bour the horror grows As refugees continue to Drift in from outlying towns bringing with them tales new destruction and death and additional bodies Are found in the City a streets As workers Clear say the debris. Along the Muddy streets and the Hanks the River Ozama the dead it lie in piles a me Tiace to the a a Iii those who escaped the Bur Jill be. All available houses churches and hospitals Are filled with the a tired 400 being billeted in san a fuel Hospital alone. An Unest mated number women so Newborn children were killed in be maternity Hospital. The bulging was roofed with Aine sheets Bidi were ripped away by the too Lile an hour wind and carried Brough the air mowing Down like giant scythe those who crossed heir path. Fifty bodies in the Bosun i were decapitated. Hater Supply scant Tho City is still without Light it her my worst All the water apply Plant is so badly damaged will i Days before it can be retired. With the City filled with Rad and debris the question a tire water Supply becomes hourly Ore pressing. A Squadron six cuban air planes Aring physicians Aud medical sup landed Bere ibis morning Aud it hit Moon the All America Cable do Quot All America a arrived with a Rue Supply Medicine and food Uffe and several doctors and nurses. Several Wjk Tsoros today won their a across the River Ozama from Ilia Duarte spanning the swollen i rent a Cable As the Bridge was in away by the storm. They retried Sou dead and 51 0 injured ii. The District Al a gibe id 1�7 Dalles already recovered in Ilia Francisea. Parties working Inland parties now have penetrated an i i a Miles every Side into Domingo and report All Deso Tine. Ponds Little More than trolls Normal times now Are almost in a Sable and the injured in outlying Afton have Little Hope receiving Linail and surgical attention for nearly 10,000 to enter local Public and parochial buildings 1,200 due at p. H. S. Instructors Heady to begin fall term work immediately. Out the door and Down to the Street with a pause to wave the hand and a pair Small Uncertain feet carry a youngster off to Greet the peaks wonderland. Stand at the door and dry your tears accept life a Iron Rule and laugh at yourself for foolish fears. And look ahead to the coming year a he a Only gone to school when school Bells ring monday morning More than 20.000 pupils literally singing and whistling that old song a school Days a and swinging their books will move to their re Sportive schools in Scioto county. In the City Portsmouth More than 0,000 Are expected to answer the Public schools Roll Call and about 650 will report at the parochial schools. New Boston schools opened the m my Only virtually Der it a i the City but also ruined that in which the country depends for it it stores Coffee. A a a Ani fruits which had been a a in i by i Vii tallow f no by i houses the original Ltd it Mai Maud in the City among pm the Tower the old Cathedral by a Between its Walls four centuries. Bom Safe against the storm i it it Ted Tomb Columbus. A Wright. 1930, by the associated Presa predict 1,350,000 Pupil in school school enrolment Iii Ohio will increase this year 100,000, bringing the total to approximately 1,850,-000 pupils . J. L. Clifton state director education said saturday. Last year the enrolment in the state was 1,240,012. The increase this year according to . Clifton. Is due to three reasons strict Observance the attendance Laws. More attention to the interests and aptitudes the pupils Aud the Normal increase in population. The state director further St mated that first Grade enrolment this year would be 100,000, about 3,700 increase while about 300,000 pupils will be entered in the High schools the state. This will be an increase about 16,000 students. My Testa Isaita it Wii it ii Iii Iii the fall term last tuesday and about 1,000 responded. Scioto county Rural school so enrolment will exceed 0,800. Monday will be devoted to registrations and assignments pupils in the Public and parochial school the City. Public schools will open at 8 80 while registration at holy re Teemer school will be at i p. In. And by. Mary a school registration will Start at 0 a. In. Classes in the Catholic schools will resume tuesday morning. Portsmouth High school expects its enrolment to exceed 1.200. More than 200 freshmen will enter the school. Of this number too will be assigned to Portsmouth High and too More will be sent to u. 8. Grant Junior High school. One Hundred robbers escape big loot Art held up in Evanston lobbed Money and jewelry by four. Quot i lated pres a tax he sept. 6. A four re a 1 i up . And mrs. Jason Quot bit it i q a pay 0f friends it Caping with jewelry valued at $64,550. After to cd i i in running Down leads it re a without a clue tonight. T the party were held Quot a alighted from an Auto-3 Root the residence 11 s. Mehari one the tin. Pm ii. A my. At fab be the robbers first a gems while the party Quot Tow u restaurant for a oat r supper and followed a Vai Don a fan first valued at f an itemization submit my Polit today reduced a si.500 ring belong a i a flite Quot a Quot Jitney dropped by the i Cund the Meban continued Page to Hooyer to Tell future plans president will deliver four speeches in october to give achievements. By Tho associated press Washington sept. President Hoover today began preparation the four Early october speeches in which he expects to Tell the country the achievements and future plans bus administration. The quartet major addresses in three widely separated sections the country during six Days constitute the most strenuous speaking program the president has Ever undertaken. Under his present schedule he must have All four speeches completed before he leaves the capital to deliver the first october 2 before the american Bankers association in Cleveland Between then and Ort 7, when he Speaks at Kings Mountain Battlefield he will spend most the time his special train. There is a possibility that Between the Cleveland address and the two in Boston oct. 6 before the american legion and the american federation labor the president will attend one the worlds series games. J while the time the other three addresses is definitely fixed that at i Cleveland la still undecided. Probably the broadest speech the four is to be made a Kings Mountain under present plans. It is Felt that tile occasion would be appropriate to discuss Many the diversified problem directly touching the people. Senator Wala twill leave Public life gum Alee stated free Helena mont., sept. 6-u. 8. Senator Thomas j. Walsh told the Montana democratic state convention today he might a claim the privilege retirement from Public life at the conclusion a fourth term the one for which be is now seeking reelection. The senator did not amplify the statement Geneva hums with discussion International questions political leaders begin arriving for league nations opening monday Briand a plan for european Union and other important issues to be heard. Geneva sept. 6 a Geneva hummed with discussion internal Dona i questions tonight As political leaders began arriving for the league nations Council beginning monday and the annual league Assembly session which convenes wednesday. Premier Briand a european Union plan the British administration Palestine and Sermon agitation for treaty revision were the most discussed topics. The Arland project will be debated monday afternoon when the French minister reports his Survey Oast burties. While the principle Briand a idea was applauded almost universally throughout Europe great Britain Italy Germany Aud Switzerland have advanced criticisms suggestions indicating the time has not yet arrived for full collaboration through a european federation. The question British administration Palestine involving discussions responsibility for tile jewish nature a future policy for this holy land three religions will go before the Council monday morning. Criticisms British management by Tho league nations mandates commission and foreign minister hendersons tart reply have aroused wide comment. The league will try to adjust this matter. Or. Henderson and Hjulmar Procope foreign minister Finland who acted for the committee mandates have already conferred the subject. It was understood Toni gift that m. In Roe Oil a a a re a Ort to the Council would be conciliatory without rejecting the observations made by the mandates body. Or. Henderson is expected to follow m. Promo jew with a Brief outline tile proposed British Palestine policy for the future. Both . Henderson and . Procope Are expected to suggest that the Council turn its Back Post Mort Ems Aud Start working out a program to Advance the happiness and Prosperity Arab troubles a year ago and the All the Peoples in Palestine. Seek removal full. S. Attorney charge he engaged in partisan activities behalf candidate. Both a Amsl Prfu Boston sept. 6.�?immediate removal Frederick h. Terr United states District attorney Here from office was asked president Hoover today by William h. Mitchell chairman the Liberal civic league. Mitchell charged that Tarr has engaged in partisan activities behalf William m. Butler a dry candidate for the Republican nomination for the United states Senate. Earlier in the Day Conrad Crooker general counsel for the league requested the state attorney general to take action against Tarr for alleged a flagrant violation the Massachusetts corrupt practice a a a Mexico nationalized protestant churches by the a whim porn Mexico City. Sept. 6�?newspaper# said this evening that the government filed a petition in the sixth District court to nationalize Ell property the methodist episcopal Church in Mexico. It is understood that this is the first step toward nationalisation the property All protestant churches in Mexico a movement to put them the same footing As the Catholic Church the property which la considered As owned by the nation. The press announcement added that 14 buildings in Mexico City alone owned by the methodist Church will become National property the governments petition is granted. Politician to face narcotic charges by Tim a Mot Isle pro Gary Indiana sept. r. Bradford Gary political Leader surrendered late today to answer charges complicity in a narcotic distributing Syndicate. He was accompanied by his attorneys As he called at the office United states commissioner s. C. Dwyer. Ills Bond was set at $25,000. Man Killein truck mishap Lawrence co. Huckster Dies broken neck As truck leaves Road. He Froal to the to Leo Ironton o., sept. Brummer ,48, father nine children died a broken neck tonight when his truck left Deering Pike near this City and went Down a to foot Bank. The Back the seat fell the Many a neck. Garrett Webb 50, Bra Aimers companion is in a local Hospital with serious head injuries. Brammer wok a huckster and was in route borne at the time his tragic death. Daughter Bandit deported from u. S. By Tim a frat Dpi Laredo Texas. Sept. 6.�?anita Villa daughter the late Pancho Villa in his Day notorious Bandit Leader Mexico was one 14 mexican nationals deported to Mexico through Laredo today. The woman was arrested by the immigration service in Corpus Christi As an undesirable character and also for illegally entering tile country. German Church Jons in Meuser Portsmouth Man elected As officer in conference laymen. Both associated press Bucyrus o., sept 6.�?the Central German methodist episcopal Church conference which voted 06 to 28 Bere today to dissolve Tho conference and to unite with the English methodist Church has gone recon As joining seven other German conferences which have taken similar action. Two a others have not yet approved the merger. Debate the proposal lusted throughout the Day. And a vote a i taken Only after the conference refused to consider a Compromise to table the Resolution favouring the merger. Laymen the conference elected the following officers Daniel Jend Detroit president c. L. Jordan Columbus o., vice president for tile Ohio District c. A. Strut. Toledo vice president for the Michigan District William j. Gelvino Batesville. Ind., vice president for the Cincinnati Louisville District and de. Breutner Portsmouth o., Secretary and treasurer. Unopposed to be sore Victor failure judge Thomas to file leaves g.p. Candidate alone in Field filing time passes few issues in Michigan races voters go to polls tuesday republicans present Many candidates. By Tim Assort Porss Detroit. Rpt. 6�?contests for the Republican nominations for ten major officers and for two democratic congressional nominations will be decided by the voters Michigan in the state wide primary next tuesday. The Republican nomination in each rare is regarded As practically equivalent to election. The ramp Ign have hem devoid general Issue except in the ram for United states senator where senator James con sense opponent. Cerise s. Osborn. Former governor has dwelt upon a party Ami in a few Ron Gres Sionni District where the prohibition question a been raised. Couzen a accepted the Brand a Independent and irregular and neither be nor Osborn bad discussed the wet dry a be. The contest for the renew Iron nomination for governor. While a three cornered one. Bas been in effect a renewal the ancient feud Between Alex j. Groesbeck three times governor and the incumbent. Fred w. Green who heat him four rear ago and now la retiring at the end Bis second term. Green has Given bus support to Wilber b. Brooker attorney general the state. The think candidate in this race is judge Edward j. Jeffries Detroit a Democrat until this year when he declined the gubernatorial nomination that party. Present incumbent youngest Ever elected to Scioto co. Bench. Failure attorney j. S. Thomas. Democrat to file Hie petition a a candidate for common pleas judge leaves judge Russell k. Mccurdy Republican unopposed for reelection at the general election. November 4. This is the first time in history that a candidate for common pleas goes into the general election without opposition. For the past several weeks Friend judge Thomas who served several years the common pleas Bench have urged him to seek the office again. Close friends thought he would file his petition. Time for filing petition candidacy in the general election expired Friday Midnight. Endorsed by bar judge Mccurdy was endorsed by the Scioto county bar association. The endorsement along with the democrats failure to place a candidate the ticket indicates Complete satisfaction with the present incumbent. A Long line distinguished judges has been common pleas Bench during the last Hundred years the county s history and judge Mccurdy has the distinction being the youngest Man Ever elected to this office. Judge Mccurdy was elected in ids 4 to Complete the unexpired term judge Thomas by a majority More than 8,000, the largest Ever Given a candidate in the county. Judge Thomas resigned to accept an appointment to court appeals Bench. Attorney b. F. Kimble was appointed to fill the vacancy. Judge Mccurdy succeeded judge Kimble. A advanced from Frea Scoter the record judge Mccurdy in common Plena court follows closely upon the heels his outstanding work while prosecuting attorney Scioto county. Judge Mccurdy eras born Here october 16, 1893 and completed Bis elementary and High school studies in Portsmouth schools. Entering Ohio Wesleyan uni Verity he received the degree Bachelor arts and further pursued Hie Legal studies at the Law school Columbia University. When he was attending Columbia the United states entered the world War and he went Oversea. He resumed Hie studies at the close the War and returned Bere to practice Law. Onmon Plena court business has increased 70 per cent in the last to year. Not ouly in the court docket kept up to Date but a Mas cases and congested docket taken Over by judge Mccurdy has been disposed . Often times the court bears to cases a Day. Leaps out Hutel window Kille woman despondent because girl Friend left trip to Europe. By the am Mcleed pres new York. Sept. Of mass Gwendlyn m. Ballard 29, Milwaukee. Wi., despondent Over the departure today a girl Friend for Europe leaped to Ber death from the ninth floor the botel Knickerbocker. No one saw her leap hut hotel attendants heard the. Body land a one Story building in the rear the botel. Police said they found notes in her room indicating in had contemplated suicide for some j me one them mentioning the departure today miss Beatrice Turrell with whom she had shared the Oom since thursday. Miss Turrell is from Tacoma Wash. The police made Public the notes. One read a to the hotel tanager. A i am jumping out the window to end it All. Please notify Beu triv Turrell who left just a Little while ago for the steamship de Grasse which sails at 5 clock. A a Gwendlyn m. to i t ill la i Iii t 1 wits officials weep by the associated pram Columbus o., sept. 6�?official Ohio wept today but not in Earnest two tear Gas bombs were accidentally set in the state . Employees fled. Treasurer Ake donned an emergency Gas Musk and closed the vaults. Repeat Holdup tran store to secure $85 Lone Bandit unmasked but armed takes paper Money from Register pal Waits in Auto escape in big machine three clerks reach for ceiling. The Kroger store at Twenty second Street and the Doto Trail for the second time within the pad two weeks was held up about 9 p. M. Saturday. This time the robbers escaped with $83 in Cash secured at Tho Point tile gun. Two men were the Job. Only one the men entered the store and took the Money from the Register while the other waited in a car. Two weeks ago saturday four bandits entered Tho store held up the clerks and customers and left with $142 in Cash. According to Harold hoes s33 tenth Street manager the store the men left the scene in a Light Blue Chrysler Sedan. In hts report to the police Roeg said that be was standing near the front the store when Tho Roblier entered. Ploeg was placing Stock the shelf and did not look around. William Pearson tenth Street clerk in the store suited the Bandit. The Man asked for a package cigarettes. Pearson give him the smokes Aud the robber handed him a Quarter. As he opened the Cash Register to make the change the Man Drew a inn from his right hip pocket and ordered the Deik to a stick Mem up. William Somerset grands Lew Avenue another clerk in the store was placing Stock under the counter near the Cash Register. Ile was the floor and the robber made him stand up and place his bands in the air. Reeg had his Bock to the robber. He ordered Reeg to place his bands in the air and the latter thought it was some one joking. When be turned around and saw the gun he too Lait his hands up. The robber reached Over the counter and took All the Billa out the regl. Ice. He did not touch the change. After placing the Money in his pocket be hacked out the door holding his gun at his right Side. According to the clerks in the store Tho Man who took the Money was not masked wore a a. Blue suit and Blue shirt ills Beard was Long and lie was not wearing a tie. To appeared to tie Nervi us and the band in which he held the Guu was slinking. Tile said that his voice wavered when he commanded them to a stick Mem country Given Over to Rensi army Navy general Uriburu is president military Junta too dead wounded president Steps out White Flag hoisted Over government House to admit defeat. By the Agio railed Presa Buenos Aires sept. 6�?the revolution the army and Navy became a Success tonight As the gov eminent hoisted the White Flag Over government House. Thus . Enrique v. Martinez who took Tower last night with the retirement president he Palloto Irigoyen stepped out and the country a handed Over to the soldiers Gen. Jose Ever Leto Uriburu and the Navy under Admiral Stoml. The revolution a. Forces formed a military Junta to take control under general Jose Evarsto Uriburu a president and lieutenant colonel jul Quelin As Secretary. Rear Admiral Carlos Hermelo was named chief police Buenos Aires. It was announced officially Toni gift that too persons were killed by wounded in the action which overthrew the Argentine government. General url Huru officially announced he would head the new provincial government wit i lieutenant colonel Emilio Kinkelin As Secretary. Then he announced that the Freedom the press would be re established. A proclamation was issued by general Uriburu at Tho same time. Ile announced the Cabinet personnel decrees execution before a firing squad tor those who violate the new regime military Law. After Tho revolt had succeeded parades demonstrators marched Over the City carrying in liners and aborting a a he a they cheered the newsletters which had opposed the administration Lait sacked and burned two which were government organs in Upora and la Callo. Firemen refused to fight the flames la either. Other roaring multitudes poured into the government House after the White Flag was drawn up and ransacked the office. Home them gleefully ripped pictures Goy in from the Walls and burned them in the nearby Plazo Mayo while the other wised two busts the former president decapitating one and carrying it in a funeral Parade and hanging the other to a tree. Cecii righted int. By Hie assert ated press and All rights reserved renew menace India War fliers Back in new Yurk Acain senator Allen who undergo operation it Tim am a in pm Wichita kus., sept. 6.�?senator Henry j Allen Kansas Biti under go a major operation tuesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore his physicians said today. A minor nitration performed Here lust monday has failed to relieve a glandular disorder As expected making further surgery desirable it was said. The senators condition improved steadily for several Days hut today he was reported suffering considerable pain. Senator Allen xviii leave for Baltimore tonight accompanied by mrs. Allen his daughter Henrietta . E. 8. Egerton Wichita and a nurse. Fortune in liquor seized new lean 8, sept. 6-five thousand sacks liquor estimated to he rained at $�10000 were railed today by Federal prohibition agents in a Marsh near de in Croix Isla my. The liquor was in five trucks which were wet Lieut Drivers when the officers reached the Marsh. No Trace the owners Baa been found. Frenchmen return to Metropolis $25,000 Richer for Ocean crossing. Or the Aua lilt pres new York kept. 6�?dicudonue costs and Maurice hellenic ired Aud let bedraggled Lait $25,000 Richer than they were when they took off from Long Island lust thursday their flight to Dallas Texas to qualify for the Esterwood prize returned to new York today. They asked for Ady one thing their arrival at Valley i Ream after a six Aud a half hour flight from Louisville today Aud that was rest urn a Chance to sleep. Accordingly All engagements for tonight and tomorrow wee cancelled and they retired to their Elute in a a Park Avenue hotel where they mild they would stay until tomorrow afternoon when they leave for Washington to receive a Welcome from president Hoover. Tired a they were they swung their transoceanic question Mark North up the Hudson when they readied the statue Liberty in new York Harbor this afternoon and paid a flying visit to the military Academy at West Point. The nose the question Mark then was turned toward Curtiss Field where its epic flight from Paris to new York ended last tues afghan tribes gather after refusal demands by British Viceroy. By to a lard press Simla. India sept. A while India digested Tim demands Mahatma Gandhi for peace in India and the probable consequences their rejection by Viceroy i it re Irwin serious menace was renewed again today the Northwest Frontier where afghan tribesmen were gathering in the Pel War area for a probable renewal warfare. The Malta a put a definite conclusion to considerations termination civil resistance by Congress volunteers with his demands for a Complete National government in India responsible Only to India with the right secession from the British Empire when desired. Sir Teg Bahadur Sapru and . Jayakar Indian moderates today published the intents the correspond Between the a holy one Aud the Viceroy. With the publication vanished the last Hope for an end to the Salt raids. Strikes and other forma disobedience to the government. In the severe fighting the Leat few Days Between British troops in hostile raiders in Peshawar a official announcement revealed that seven native recruits and Throe militia men had been killed at Barlock to Miles Southwest Par Achtar. Political unrest spreads in Panama Panama City sept. 6 apr the political unrest which has swept Lait in America this year spread today to the Republic Panama with persistent rumours assert the Cabinet had resigned. President arosemen.1 declared this evening however that he had received no resignation. The Public however is pursuing its Normal activities and the surface appears unconcerned with what May become a political crisis. Daylight. Mayors committee Welcome awaited them there and after seeing their plane safely housed the two filers climbed into a a automobile and were driven Back to the City. Their plans after monday have out been definitely formulated but in Cuiule a Good will tour tit United slates under the auspices a committee now being formed. Colonel Charles a. Lindi Wrigh who will participate in the Welcome for thew at Washington monday is a member the committee. Frightened Man leapt from plane Tbs a ruled press Chicago. Sept. 6 a becoming tightened when a plane in which by was a passenger went into a tailspin. Lee poo 24, a chinese leaped from the ship and fell two Hundred Petite Earth today. He received a fractured Skull by May recover doctors said. David Bishop Pilot the id a wag bruised in makes a a faulty after the passenger lumped

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