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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 3, 1932, Sandusky, Ohio PRESS fiBR VICE The Sandusky Register Oldest U N D E D 18 2 2-^More Than A Century In Your ADS QUICK RESULTS V VOL. 110. NO. 10 5. MAY 3, 1932 P T n 0bn*8 xt m HONOLULU THREATENED BY BOYCOn One Juror Requests Action - Moves May 2 boycott threatened business today as a result of the last week of Mrs. Grace New York society and three men on charges of manslaughter for the slaying of Joe Walter Hawaiian member of Jury which found Mrs. Lieut. Thomas H. E. J. Lord and A. O. Jones guilty but recommended told police He had received telephone asked Napolean worked today as usual the John who employs Napoleon as a said saveral customers had to boycott ihls store unless he discharged the one man telling him he to lose 250 said Napoleon would gay Boat Line Hit There were reporta persons planning to sail to the mainland on ships jot the Matson with which John r. white foreman of the is had cancelled their but this was formally denied by the agency ' t The boycott was bard to aa of it was unorganized and Willy Juror of ancestry who makes most of the potato chips consumed he had not received any from the Navy since the He he did Aot that evidence of a as the orders from Pearl Island's big Naval four or five times a Sales at Army and Navy were reported higher since the Many service people were said to be planning to do as much of as the commissaries Will Retry Quartet In official Interest shifted to pending cases against men charged with assaults upon Including that of the four youths who with Kahahawai wero charged with assaulting Mrs. wife the Lieutenant and daughter ' Horce Henry Chang David and iBen will be on Page 10, Col. 3) French Voters Back i Coalition Seen May 2 liberal headed by the veteran statesman of the tonight became a possibility for France on the face of Radical Socialist victories In Sunday's The Issue will not be decided until next for less than one-third of the 615 seats of the chamber of deputies were filled on the first Radical Socialists emerged from the preliminary with 63 the biggest solid bloc elected BO while the left Republicans of Andre the lost The conservative press tacitly admitted Sunday's results presaged defeat for Tardieu's left i LOWER TAX STAND May 2 and intangible's were named by Governor Myers T. here tonight as two sources or revenue to taxes on farms and Coming here after speaking during the day at and campaigning for the Republican reiterated his slogan of and is the of this and man in the street and along the road wants to know how he is to hold his home and his Tax revision is the and I If to lead the way to legislation which will cut the state duplicate one FINDLAY GIRL HONORED May 2 - Jessie is one of five juniors designated today for future membership in the Arrow and exclusive honorary sorority for senior at Wittenberg College mill Ity wIU prevail Tuesday and thorp will be much cloudiness Wednesday with showers as far east the Appalachian night and eastward to the Atlantic coast Wednesday night or The temperature will rise In the lower region and the Ohio temperature 48; on same date ast lowest temperature on same date last 44; precipitation 0; on same date last S a. 60, noon 55; sun rises sun seta 7:2!). 8 p. m. S. 84 62 14 0 60 12 0 80 4S 12 0 08 34 12 78 70 8 0 80- 12 0 70 4 0 64 48 6 0 93 60 8 0 66'48 10 0 St. 70 48 10 0 Salt 72 58 4 48 40 4 0 01y..5S 62 64 8 S. 54 28 6 0 Smith Forces Vie With Roosevelt In California Today SAN May 2 tlie eyes of the nation focused on the California democrats vote their preference tomorrow for a presidential candidate fai a factional fight that has eclipsed the uncontested Republican delegation to Unusual Interest attends the primary because it brings the outstanding Democratic Presidential Franklin D. Alfred E. Smith and John N. Into a clear cut Contest for the first Another factor is the record Democratic registration in President Hoover's home which goaded leaders to an active campaign for a heavy No Fight Bitter wrangling over party control in the real cause of the strife In has resulted In strange lineups with wets and drys to the same - Roosevelt leaders seeking the state's 44 votes in the national convention declared victory would definitely put their candidate In front for the Democratic nomination and regain prestige may have been lost because of the results In and Pennsylvania last A Smith victory would the Roosevelt for the former New York Governor said last week he had put RELIEF BOARD MAKES RULING ON GAS TAXES Decision May Alter Aid Plans in Ohio Only Portion May Be 0., May Z m - Cities depending upon gasoline tax and motor license fees to furnish a large bulk of their relief funds may be The State Relief Commission tonight discovered In a number of applications for authority to divert these funds for relief purposes that the city had figured on the totals for the entire except such amounts as might have been or Under the only amounts collected up to April 5. when the relief legislation became can be so In case of gasoline the commission figures that 75 per cent of the year's estimated total may be * diverted not more than 15 per cent of the motor vehicle license fees will be available for diversions as approximately 85 per cent of the automobile license fees for this year were collected last December and during the first three months of this Action Deferred of the erroneous calculations made by the the state relief commission tonight deferred until tomorrow action on applications for diversion filed by New Dover and East ' The commission also deferred action on request for authority to Issue In relief bonds under the utility excise tax provision until more adequate information needs of the various units is and how the money Is to be TEXAS PROBES BIG OIL THEFT May 2 -An oil scandal involving the suspected theft of millions of barrels of crude oil from the gigantic Texas field was the basis of a sweeping Investigation state authorities The prediction that between 25 and 40 additional arrests would result was made by Colonel L- S. of state troops regulating production in the i In consequence of early IS men Have been accused of stealing approximately one million barrels from the rich The oil was taken from wells by around pipe meters so that the withdrawals were not SPURNED SUITOR ADMITS MURDER May 2 on a charge of first degree 22, was permitted to today to a charge of second-degree murder in the slaying April 20 of Geneva 19, during a jealous quarrel in dance Clancy's attorney asked that the youth be to plead guilty to the lesser claiming there was Jio In the Judge Arthur of court accepted the plea set the date of sentencing as May 9. police admitted shooting the girl when she refused his - MARKETS AT A Stocks principal Issues new Bonds rails Curb Foreign exchange sterling Cotton trade Sugar Cuban Coffee steady Brazilian Wheat bearish crop increased Kansas Corn Hogs visible a under So bitter has been the Democratic that it has shadowed the Individual delegates How the party split is shown by the lineup of While discussed by some prohibition has not been made an out-and-out the Democratic ' Repeats Wet Stand Coming to California to campaign for his James D. Roosevelt made speeches at San Francisco and Los Young reiterated his father was and counselled Democrats to vote for Garner If they were for If they want anything about The Republican with 47 votes in the national is headed by Jr. Approximately 1,400,000 Republican voters are With nearly 850,000 Democrats and those on Page 10, Col. 3) Feared Kidnaped 23-year old sort Of a wealthy real estate and insurance man of to have been Max Millerj his said he was informed by long telephone his soh was held for Capone Prison jS e n t e nee To Begin Denied By Supreme Court May 2 - Al Capone's trip penitentiary wiU begin few The Supreme Court made that It refused to review the big sliot sentence to eleven im- he now has 25 days In which to file a petition that the court reconsider Its decision and the lower Federal court In keep him jailed in Chicago for defense would that Will Start Wednesday indications are that this will not iae Justice department officials said today that the underworld chieftain would start for prison Wednesday or Which of the three Federal penitentiaries would be his destination was not made His sentence specified but officials since then have adopted a policy of scattering the Capone avoiding concentration of his followers in one May 3 -AI Capone greeted with an outburst of anger today news that the United States Supreme Court had refused to Intervene In his Income tax With the notorious gang chief la his jail cell when the in- STUDENT NEAR SLEEPING POTION BLAMED May 2 - Carl M. 23, of student In the school of library science Western Reserve lay near death in Lakeside Hospital tonight from the effects of an of sleeping tablets to been taken In a suicide attempt ' ' j Starky was found by roommates unconscious in their police reported finding three empty bottles that had contained sleeping and two addressed to his addressed to is no special am Just better not that's No one at all is to blame in 2 Army Cadets Still Missing WEST May 2 Light and Leo West cadets who disappeared Saturday on a canoe were sought again today by water and but hopes for their recovery Two launches In charge of an Army officer patrolled the Hudson River all day from here to poking In coves along An airplane made several er the area without Their was found yesterday near Newburgh and the two paddles were found in widely separated The search will be continued dally with two uncles of Cadet Light Light is a resident of D. C. and of N. D. ' Pershing's Is Stricken 0.,:May 2 40, General personal chauffeur during the World for the last 12 years sales manager for a steel and wire company died of heart disease arrived was his to see newspaper jail guards became not they quoted a victim of public My sentence should have been lawyers are with me. Michael chief of gang leader's legal said he did not know what the next step in Capone's Dietrich WiU Defy Director Says 2 Von motion picture said on his return New Tork today will not direct another picture for Paramount he another Paramount He and the actress are at outs with having refused to accept the studio of a picture story Von Sternberg wrote for Miss Both have been suspended The studio expects to sue them this possibly for Miss Dietrich met the director at the train He said both he and the actress have received offers from many parts of the world and from film concerns THE REGISTER SAYS Former British filer held on murder charge in connection with death of author in Garner and Roosevelt to contest for votes In California i Honolulu threatened i by boycott as result of verdict in e ' Musical show awarded Pulitzer V prize for time in General Pershing also LOCAL welcome will be extended to Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs at first business session ' V City appropriates to be Associated Charities for relief work Commission votes to supply - seeds and fertilizer fof gardens of local Route 250 extended here from Norwalk to attract tourists this SPORTS City league starts play take Covell fans nine in Church loop as Christians best Local team gets for sixth traveling pin Cleveland wins ninth drops 2-1 decision to Champion Lifer Escapes May 2 - A search for Toledo life tenner at Ohio has widened today after Warden P. had abandoned a theory Miller had committed Miller disappeared from honor farm For Members Will Be Given Today Judge Savord And Mrs. Echols To Extend Greetings And Mrs. Schwartz To Pageant Pleases Welcome to as the seat of the Convention of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs wtU bo formally extended the several visiting Tuesday morning by Judge on behalf of the city and Mrs. R. Guy on behalf of the City at the first official of tion at Senior High at 9 Mrs. W. H. federation win the ' The which opened on Monday with and presentation of the Lady of the enrolled as delegates and visitors nearly 300 Ohio and attendance today is expected to mount well toward the 500 A spectacular the Lady of the was given before a capacity crowd the Junior High school Monday as the public presentation Fine Arts Festival of the Ohio Federation of Women's It was a history of from the beginning of time to the present and 600 under the direction of George Lehrer gave exceptionally good performances in the 65 called forth by the voice Mrs. Robert C. Morris of chairman of the Fine Arts Department of the State Federation is the author of the Miss Nancy Wolfe opened the IN SMITH TILT Power Commission Appointment Decision Is Victory For May 8 One of the Senate's major rows with President Hoover was settled today by the Supreme Court in the Chief Executive's It upheld George Otis Smith's right to the chairmanship of the power The Senate sought to recall Smith's nomination after it had been the President and the chairman had taken the oath of With the District of Columbia supreme court deciding against the Senate threw John W. former Democratic Presidential into the breach its counsel when the controversy reached the highest He insisted that under its rules the Senate had the right to recall from the President & nomination which It had approved any time before two subsequent executive sessions were The fact that Chairman Smith had qualified and taken up his with a Christmas made no the Senate In a voluminous review of the questions at the court reached the conclusion that the received notice of the confirmation of the had acted within his authority In making the appointment and that Chairman been duly the matter had passed beyond the control of the Ohio Doctors Meet In Dayton of May 2 series scientific and technical dealing with various phases of surgery and medicine will occupy the attention of delegates attending the 86th annual convention of the Ohio State Medical Association here The annual banquet of the organization will be held tomorrow night at which John B. associate editor of Colliers will Today's session was marked by clinics conducted in the various hospitals In the Election of officers and selection of the place for the 1933 convention are scheduled closing day of the must PAY i 0,. 2 of contracts was threatened today by Director O. W. Merrell of the Ohio department of highways against found guilty of not paying their Merrell began an Investigation of 11 pageant with a solo appearing before a colorful curtain of the district painted by Carl Depict Glacial Period The glacial period was the huge sheet of Ice slowly descending upon dancing birds and Included in the first also were cave and habitation of the silent pictures shown with Incidental music by the Sandusky High School Starting with the coming of the the from a black tower scene after scene of early Sandusky and Hannah one of the brides gowned in the famous Adelina who sang in Sandusky as a child prodigy In the the Sandusky Civil on Page 10, Col. 4) Mrs. Reginald the original Alice of Lewis Carroll's immortal in arrived in New York aboard the Now nearly SO years she is attending the Carroll centenary celebration at Columbia City Appropriates For Direct Relief Sadler Will Check Bills An appropriation of for d 1 r e ct r e I i e f of the unemployed here to the Associated Charities was made by the City Commission at the Monday afternoon The appropriation was made as maae as a supplemental Item for outdoor relief r In f 1 Included in the budget Associated Charities will submit Its bills to the city through City Manager C. Webb Sadler who will examine and order their payment These expenses Mr. Kugel stated that will include the salary of the superintendent a and such assistance as may be necessary in Investigating The relief will go for 480 needy famine on the list of the The money was ordered transferred from the general fund after a letter was received from officials of the relief organization that they were no longer aiding the All relief stopped Saturday afternoon when an order from officials of the Community Fund that bills from the Associated Charities be honored went into effect Debt Unlikely stated that the of the Charities was being kept open but the organization was In no position to contract any Will Be Used in Gardens For Unemployed Seeds and fertilizer for use of the eoi unemployed in planting gardens here Indications were that the this summer will be supplied by the borrowed by the Associated City Commissioners agreed at Charities from other agencies of the the Monday TI Fund would go unpaid City Commissioners said they felt they had nothing to do with any debts incurred by the Charities from other Garden the Several of them expressed the opinion that money budgeted to the Boy Camp Fire Girls and other agencies should down still further for Says Old Law Voided Power Of J. R Courts May 2 of thousands of Ohio weddings performed by as well as countless decisions In liquor and other cases In the last 20 was questioned today in a A writ filed In appellate court by Attorney Alvord J. Bishop argued that since January 1, 1913, justices of the peace have been operating under a statute that is contrary to provisions of the Ohio constitution and they have no legal authority to act in any judicial Bishop made his assertions In a writ to prevent Justice William J. Zoul of Shaker Heights from adjudicating a suit brought by Dr. Roy C. Eddy to collect from William A. disinherited NEW May 3 Nancy daughter of the English shipping said today she had been disinherited by her mother for associating with colored Miss 36 years returned from a week-end trip to Boston today to resume residence at a Harlem hotel patronized by colored people and to continue her study of the African race for purposes of writing an to be covered May 3 Is progressing on the U. S. S. and Wednesday or Thursday It will receive the first section of Its fabric outer Goodyear Zeppelin Corp. officials said VETERAN j. p. dies MOUNT May 2 88, veteran justice of the died at his home here of Musical Show Awarded Pulitzer Prize JUDGES CALL ACTION GENERAL PERSHING ALSO HONORED NEW May catchy tunes and of national politics of Thee I has made it the first musical comedy ver to win the Pulitzer prize for the best original American play of the In the of the much cherished gold medal for the most disinterested and meritorious public service by an American newspaper during the year was given to the Indianapolis Walter New York and Charles of the St Louis Post were given the prize for the of correspondence during the These prizes were among 14 in the fields of music and art announced today by the have a total value of Frankly terming the play award the advisory board gave the which accompany It to George and Morrie of New who wrote the book arid Ira brother of George the who The Indianapolis award was for Its successful campaign to ate waste in city management and reduce Duranty's award was based on his series of dispatches on especially on the working out of the fiveyear plan In 1931. was -based on his discussion of the situation of United States In his Country's Be Done About published 29, 193L 9t tba Tribune won the the best cartoon published by an American newspaper during the The Wise Economist Aks A was printed Aug. 19, 1031. General JohVi J. Pershing's Experiences in the World won for the In chief of the American Expeditionary Force highest single award of the 14. He was given the prize for the best book of the year upon the history of the United Pearl S. Good which has been a best won for her the for best novel published by an American Mrs. now in her husband is professor in the University of her book on life among the Henry F. a former New York newspaper man who now writes biographical material for won the award for the best AmerlAan biography teaching patriotic and unselfish to the His the board a vitalized portrait of an outstanding Flowering by Georgei Dillon won the prize for the best volume of verse published during the year by an American Ernst of awarded the annual to the American student deemed most talented and * Francesco of received anual to the American art student regardful as most and There was no way of compelling them to turn over the use of any of their funds for use of the Charities but a refusal to pay the debt contracted by the Charities with the other organizations for poor relief was felt to be sufficient to cause a It is under- Leo Mrs. J. J. Miss Winifred superintendent of the others City Manager and Jacob of will cooperate with the Sandusky is and other organizations in establishing the The city will seeds and fertilizer estimated be trimmed to cost at This may go as use of the high as it was depending upon how many more decide to plant The necessary legislation win be passed at the next ' Robert representing the Garden said 90 applications liad been received so More may AH but two one-armed men expressed a willingness to spade their own he and added that Mayor Ernie Siggens agreed to plots of the two with only one arm To this Mayor SIggens gave Mayor Siggens said he had spaded many gardens In the past The men will be selected from the lists of unemployed at the city-state employment Charities will cooperate w i t h the Garden Charities and other Fights Dry Law May 2 by Harold state organizer for the National Liberty with headquarters at a new drive against prohibition was started here Beem petitions calling for a vote on the state prohibition Bank To Reopen May 2^ - Approval of plans for reorganization and reopening of tlie Union Trust of was given today by Attorney General Gilbert HOLD FLIE IN OF AUTHOR Say Briton Faking Two Hinting J May 2 n. former was in Jail with the degree Hayden 26-year-oId and fiance of Lancaster's Mrs. Jessie M. State Attorney n. Vernon thome placed the charge Lancaster after the latter's confession that he wrote and two notes purportedly WASHINGTON IBy Supreme Court refused review Al Capone's conviction for Income tax and Justice Department officials said he would start for Federal prison by House passed to provide commodity price by Federal - Reserve House approved to provide for widows and of World War to prevent Hawaii from freeing defendants - after second pardon convicted in Massle case was by Representative Crisp blocked Senate to decide whether to take llale for building Navy up to treaty - Senate finance committee exemption of newspaper leased wires and radio stations from revenue voted other changes In Two billion dollar veterans us payment was opposed before House ways and committee by E. Golden research economist for Federal serve Supreme Court upheld George Otis Smith's right to be chairman of power after sought to recall his after ha had taken -j by Clarke to Lancaster and to Filing of the murder maxed ten days of started when fatally was found in his bed at the Miller home on the 21. The shooting hours after Lancaster ily to Miami on receipt of letters Mrs. and 5,-The letters Informed that Mrs. and 01arfte;i| who was writing the story of her for loved each other planned to be Expert Claims Notes Forged Mrs. and were arrested shortly after the and were held during a three H Then they were Hawthorne asserting his that Mrs. knew that would Indicate whether ancs took his own life or was He refused to make public his regarding Lancaster's The murder charge was filed all-day questioning of the tWo and upon the of J. V. a handwriting of New York notes were nied he killed ' Lancaster said he statement tonight after he had with his attorney and The state attorney quoted er as admitting and sighed the Flier Gives Version told me that awakened by the took place in the room the two his first protect himself and Hawthorne tonight told me t two them to advising him never to and the other to Mrs. telling her in effect couldn't go for marriage and After he wrote the Clarke's Ha quoted Lancaster as saying on Page 10, Col. Bettman Five-Day To Aid y May 2 day working week to balance creased productivity was here tonight by Attorney Generall Gilbert publican nomination States Addressing the Chardon of Bettman er week would to turn the problems resulting from overproduction into social advances for the * Two days of recreation properly by our citizenship will consumptive power of the balance Increased Bettman said tlon be squarely because it preempts stage and pushes all other the v Wyoming Mine A shut down of coali was threatened today when j of union the mine operators broke off for a new wage The operators asked a ofj a day in the present basic Of ' The miners offered to accept * 10 per cent or approximately half of that requested by the ope The existing contract expires June 30. FACING SECOND May 2 ister Ramsay ' to undergo an operation eye similar to the surgical treating left eye exactly four ago Mr. MacDonald is sufferings a complicated the eye which results in tension diminution of ' to proper be arrested agree as to its but api ing age Is State solved of In state office wand turned over to ' were
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