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   Syracuse Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1931, Syracuse, New York                             GREATEST NEWSPAPEB INDEPENDENT Owned and Made in SyracuHe Industrial Newspa SYRA 5'J, NO. the ASSOCIATED PRESS ERALD SECTION SYKACUSE, N. Y., SUNDAY M'OBNLW, MARCH 1, 1931. POLICE GUARD N.Y.C.; SEABURY THREATENED roover Assails Muscle Shoals Bill; Indicates Veto forced on Him jtn Norris Bill, PHooverJIolds Decision on Government Ownership Policy Re- quired, He Says Only Engineer's Knot Says Attention Is Fo- cused on One Per Cent of Water Power Issue Washington. Feb. 28 Shoals Is a cold engineering problem a political :Hoover declared in a statement to- night, promising an exhaustive in- vestigation of the Norris Shoals bill now on his desk. He said he would consider the measure in that light. j, Mr. Hoorer did cot say whether would veto or sign the bill, but Indicated, from his analysis of the situation, that he was Inclined to disapprove toe measure. At one point he sarcasticelly re- marked that anyone against the bill :las been subject to denunciation as agent ol the power companies. "'Again he siid he considered the measure required him to determine the established policy against Government operation should now be changed. The President did not estimate how long his "exhaustive Inquiry" into the bill might wfee. He did not siy he would act before noon March I i although II he 'alls to act by that m time the bill cannot become law. i'Ji'i. The statement .was Issued, the President stated, because he has re- especlaUj from Southern States anxious to see Muscle Shoals legislation after fruitless wait cf 10 G.O.P. Makes Knight Issue With Hoover N. Y. State Leaders Join in Demand Organization Man Go on Bench :pThls pressure become so great, contended, that Muscle 'Is no longer a question of of a war activity to the of the people primarily thi; l.-glslatloa been icnaed into a political. symbol d Is expected to be a political he said. "To be against Sen Ncrris' bill appears to be cacs. i denunciation as being In Icagu I the power companies. I ;t appears sJsc to be emerging a test of upon Govemmen cration sr.d distribution of powi afi government manufacture of Clear Fearqn's Way Want Syracuse Senator to Take Over Majority Leader Post in Albany Clinch Today Italo-French Naval Pact Final Details of Agree- ment to Drop Building Race to Be Adopted World Threat Ended Hits House Storm France Keeps Superior- ity in Tonnage but on Reduced Basis Syracuse Herald Bureau Washington, D. C., Feb. 28 Elller Eepubllcan Na- otfcer words. Its adaptation tc use of the people of the Tea .see valley and to farmers gen Is now enmeshed In an en to create a national political President's statement In ful hsvc received a multitude of from governors and cltl- the Southern Stales urging oval of -Senator Norris' Muscle project, and requesting that my views upon Jt. Some ihern express dissatisfaction with principles but consider it cx- dicnt Jt. 1 have olso as from cltlaens of the al] ites and other 'parts -Jry ijrotestlng against s of the bill. jovious from the debate. r thew many oommuril- Jitioas Muscle Shoals Jegls- (itlca is no SoEgtr a question of of a activity So the ustxfe of tic people primarily Jt has. by Shis Icpls- bwn irjjisf ormcd Inlo a po- TiDbol Is orpecl'td to he lurst. To be agfllnst Norrls' bill to for as being :n fee to be br tec ol upon goreranxmt firrn'Jon and distribution til puww pfi {jSTKTimenl BisnulBCtnTCx ol ?tfttJ0a to KSC ctf the TcOTrtaBBM Tjilley to to cstn.1t town ees Sums -tit 1-Ws p It the iwe vhitA hwi huflc oT MtiBdc Shoale to -on tie PM- Vn! rPfrtasUon Intrrrtntc pem-cr -ppM'iitlni! n-itri the SUIra, imfl Ktooc tiilclnp; -offlDc 1 hnve swJ mriwwe of protwsUon to the 7S.OOOiOBO nrwsrft] mllllcm In- in pfifcr wnirJWen 3n till ot Wf- who Kid awn tbe rt Uip ccraji- Thin jrafoTlf. ftfsrsrtty RKlflf tot 38 Hflfl to fioe per Of We ppr-'W ilnter- pf pw owit. Ol Uie jieo" Hie tmitM StntBs. nljJch tiorBon of fhf Mtwtfe Shtnto, to ttrr ITht Kill lor ot tlonal Committeeman. W. Klrigsland Macy, Republican State chairman, and Ruth Pratt." vcent to- day to President Hoover upon the Is- sue of accepting candidates having the support of the recognized party leaders for appointments In New York.. The immediate subject under con- troversy Is whether the President will appoint State Senator John Knight as a Jtderal Judge for the Western District of New York to succeed Judge John K. Hazel and thus clear the way for the promotion of Senator George R. Pearon of Syracuse to be majority leader of the Senate. Senator Knight Is encountering vig- orous objection in the district to which his appointment ns judge Is urged. He Is a resident of Arcade. little TlHagc la. the sparsely popu- lated county of Wyoming. The city of BuSalo snd Its political leaders, nota bly Krcd Brsilcy. arc opposing him on the ground that tlse nomlnatlo should go to some one In Buffalo, be cause that city of half a million Is the only one of that size In th UflJScd States without a Ftedera udgc. They also object that Senate Knight Is almost 60 and that Ftedera practice prohibits the ippolntmeat o men to Federal Judgeshlps for JIf after they have reached the of 60 A delegation of leading citizens o Buffalo called upon the President re cently and irrged severa! other upon him. The visitors wire to the President and Introduced Home, 28 agree- I ment for "limitation of the naval armaments of Italy and- sought unsuccessfully at the London naval conference of achieved today as the result of Jro- onged International negotiations for removal of the most serious Imme- diate obstacle to world disarmament. Premier Benlto Mussolini agreed, n principle, to proposals presented iy Foreign Secretary Arthur Hender- on of Great Britain, for settlement f the questions left outstanding at he London conference. The proposals, designed to end the hreatened naval building race be- ween France and Italy, previously ad been accepted by the French overnment. Several points, however, will be discussed again in Paris, Sun- ay, when the British delegation will enew .brief conferences with Foreign Minister Aristide Brland and Mill- iter of Navy Charles Dumont. Complete satisfaction with.the ac- ord was expressed by Italian and ritlsh representatives at the: con- ference, -which enabled Italy and France to observe the restrictions placed on the British, United States and Japanese navies by the London JsICHOLAS LOXGWOBTH X-Ray Cancer Tube Created G. E. Building Giant Ap- paratus for Memorial Hospital, N.Y.C. JenkinsBill 10400 Bonus NewChifisto Sends House Checks Drawn I Lost court order Vice Witness Into Turmoil In First Rush By Seabury Charges of "Mob Rule" Hurled as Longworth Forces Measure Put Off to Monday Trouble Starts as Speaker Threatens to Suspend Rules Veterans Bureau Works Smoothly With 4 to 5 Million Used Warning Is Issued Employed Service Men Urged to Give Needy Preference Washington, Feb. 28 3ouse was thrown into an uaroar to-i night in a bitter row over the JenMns Vorld throughout immigration bill which finally ended Then Speaker ol the House Long- "vorth adjourned the session to give heated tempers a chance to cool. Longworth was the target of such a stream of criticism as seldom is country ranged themselves today into long lines at the 54 divisional offices of the Veterans Bureau throughout the country, to file their applications for relief under the law enacted yesterday over President Physicists Get News Told of Rifle X-Rays That Will Replace Blun- derbuss Type (Concluded on Pap- !3. Column 2 Outstanding and Exclusive Features in The Herald Today THiKl) StCTlOX PSB5IDE.T HOOVER AT he has and where be fsflefl. future. AJ, SMTTH diiinjwwB "Back A13f? imfl -of .chair M -drtmtnrt to crtm- Insls. EVANGELOTE AOAM8 J3M %oM nrws Jor lascwc feorn irafler the HalJ of NEWS JW TIEWS Jrorn s-nd ril of the n- Hrrnia cnrsc.-a brini; plucni to yew ttt IRISH TOMB tony CLTTEB wten SIAUTT PABLOK XUXfOK "We are fully gratified with the said Foreign: Minister DIno Grand! in expressing the attitude ol Premier Mussolini, who directed the negotiations here, and the govern- ment. Henderson, A. V. Alexander. First Lord ol the British Admiralty, B. L. Craigie. naval expert, and other morc- bers'of the delegation departed at 2 P. M. lor Paris, bidding farewell to Kaval Minister Giuseppe Slrianni and other officials at the station. After their conversations at the Qual D'Orsay. late Sunday, when final approval of the minor details of the accord Is to be given, the agreement will be submitted to the sovernments of the United States. Japan. Great Britain and the British dominions which were represented at the Lon- don conference. The British delega- tion will spend at least a day to Paris, although they consulted the Qual D'Orsay at length last night bv telephone la regard to flnal arrange- ments. The agreement will remove the Im- mediate threat ol extensive Franco- Italian naval construction which was Relieved likely otherwise to have de- (Conrlnded on rage 13, Column I) Warm Tributes for Judge Hazel, Guest At Farewell Dinner Buffalo. Feb. 28 John H. Hasel of the Fediral District of West- era New York, who will retire March 5 after more than 30 of ser- vice, was guest at a complimentary dinner by the Erie County Bar Asso- ciation tonight. Ix-gal reprcjeautsves from the 17 counties comprising the district attended. New Tork, Feb. 28 fight cancer a X-ray tub2, far the bluest one -In the country, is being built for the New Yorfc Memo- rial Eospital. Ordinary X-rays, outdone by ra- dium in a series of tests at Memorial Hospital, are coming back to renew Op- the rtheir bid' for suore _.-.. Hoover's veto which allows them to ,_ 50 per cent of the face value leveled at the presiding officer be- or thelr cause of his tactics in trying to push j Officials of the veterans' adrninl- the controversial measure through j stratlon, judging from the situation under suspension of rules without an j opportunity of amending it. He em- j "Sd S ployed stringent measures In the face the money they sought! Many bore of a filibuster. the marks of war, and an even'larger The bill, which reduces Immlgra- ihe equally clear marts 4.. tion by 90 per cent for the next two of unsmDloyrcent. As expected, the majorty o, those le( ,-fle years, has been fought by a minority: Use already had borrowed on their j and its opponents wsre ready tonight j certificates under the old law, and to employ all means to prevent ac- tion, even to holding the House Into session far Into the night. Its advocates were Just as stubborn in their intention to put It through.] After one of the wildest scenes in the House in years, Longworth suggested the.bill be taken up again Monday and the House adjourned. The fiery Representative La Guar- dla. Republican. New Yorfc. accused the Speaker of being de- nounced the proceedings as "mob were seeking larger loans to pay off over. The Veterans Bureau machinery throughout the country, tuned up well In. advance to meet the demand for loans, was rapidly operating smoothly, and officials continued to urge veterans not In immediata need to hold back their applications so those who are in need may get quick action- It was estimated that loan -checks were mailed out today, aggregating between four and five This news tical Society of given to the America aisd rule" and .said the maneuvers of ad- j million dollars, and that within three a blot on [or-four weeks the average would, rise American Physical Society today by Dr. G. Failla and Dr. P. S. Henshaw of Memorial Eospital. The present greatest X-ray tube Is a apparatus higher than a bungalow at 'California Institute of Technology. A tube has been operated at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, but its the American Congress." "I am ashamed of the conduct of the House." he shouted. to 25.000 checks with disbursements I around a day. Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines. admin- There was trouble in the air when j istrator of veterans affairs, in a radio the messure was. called up at 71 address tonight carried forward the o'clock tonight after a long, hard Appeal made yesterday to the em-1 virtan Gordon, above, and Benlta legislates day in the House. Tired ployed veterans to consider their more Bfcchoff, her b" heffiM needV comrades anrt nnt tn rfrrrm; ___. Diaries Show Half Dozen Groups Might Have Sought Her Life Threats Face inquiry Seabury's Aidte Warned in Letter Every Move Is Known and hungry members faced the pros- pect of a long night session over the disputed bill, and nerves were on edge. The measure was to be considered under a special rule providing four of debate, a course which to their seats hours great power -Is only a momentary I spars. Instead of the continuous! stream sought In medicine and In- j The trouble began when Chairman dustry. j Snell of the Eules Committee sug- The new 900.000-volt tube is debate be reduced to one der construction by the General Elec- tric Company. Its details have not bscn made public, but It Is expected to tafce the form of three tubes each of 300.000 volts hooked up end to end in a "cascade." The memorial tests established the comparative biological (health) ef- fects of radium Into a "surprise." Both kinds of rays were measured In the International unit of X-radlation. hour. Opponents of the bill, an- needy comrades and not to borrow unless they had to. by calling atten- tion that It was Important to the veterans and their families to keep i up Interest payments on the loans they are obtaining. If the 4tj p- cent interest charge on the new loans i is not paid, he explained, it -Brill, i poiuided annually, consume most of; the remainder of the face value of i the certificates. j The interest on a loan ob- iained on a Sl.OOO certificate, he said, j marriage. ilKnightSure NYC Inquiry WillBeHeldp ress gercd. tried various measures. Includ- j consume all except S74 of the Ing attempts to get roll calls on technical motions and a motion by La Guardia to adjourn. Loncworth watched this procedure i or his Instead of the 1 for a few minutes and. then snap- j (Concluded on Page S. Column 3) the zavel down rigorously, salt: P1A T-, _ angrily: Bid I0r "If it becomes evident there is going to be a filibuster here then the chair will recognize a motion to I remainder of the fKe value by 1955 Think MutdCF DevelOD- unless the Interest, was kepi up, -nr-n IT T -r ing only :hat amount for the vet- j meiltS Will Make InVCS- tigation Imperative I More Proof of Motive For Woman's Strangling Jfew Feb. 28 two sources tonight came Indications that Vivian Gordon, a brtsnet who lived on the edge or the underworld, was murdered because she vindication for allegedly- being "framed" on an Dr. Arm T. Gibson of 6325 Lancas- ter Pise, Philadelphia, a Irlead of Miss Gordon, told Referee Samuel Seabury, who Is conducting the city "ice investigation, the dominant pur- pose in Miss Gordon's life vcas to ob- tain vindication after her divorced husband. John Blschoff. .and Detec- tive Aadre-s? McLasgnlln allegedly had her arrested several years ago In a rrame-ap. Dr. Gibson also said Miss Gordon who was strangled to death Sad been. anxious to obtain custody of tha-- child which Bischbs took after their divorce. The second source was a letter Miss Gordon wrote to a friend only as "Cassie." In tha; let- vhere were frequent sentences es- I pressing a desire for vindlcatlon. thousand ertra patrolmen, were placed on duty tonight to cope with a possible Saturday night "crime wave" similar to that has recently prevailed. "It was the states, "that 500 Toentgens of gamma (radium) same red- denlng of skin as is produced by 500 rocntgens of altered X-rays. This Indicated that far as the effect o' the radiation on the skin of a salient is concerned. X-rays and ramraa rays are "cqulva- cnt." j To compare other than cf- fects they next rayed seedlings with j equal amounts of gaxnms and "x-rays. This effect shows itself as a stunting i or the shoots aaa roots. Tickets to Hear Smith in Raleigh Opponents began to criticise the Ralekh. x. C, Feb. 23 speaker for Sis attitude. LaG-uardla's j as high as SJO for tickets to hear attack was followed by one Iron the address of Al Smith here Mo-- Rpprcscntaavc Conncry, Democrat, day were reported tonight, with no Massachusetts, who pleaded "for the wjjers jatc of the people aad justice" not and Senators, who (Conrl-jslo] on Pase 13. Column 2) havj been allotted five tickets each, snd phone call? l.-om constituents .sklac for tickets. "If everybody that I have refused o cive a SrrJtii ticket to. votes Auto Firms Report Good February and March Demand 'We were 'surprtsea to says the report. In this case the exposed So e- ni win another Representative Johruoa of reb. 2S Automobile Halifax said. G. plants of the Dstrolt dirtrlct. todar !pr. rnanaifr of the ttc- Ward Under Pressure Macy-Hilles Attempt to Win Support for In- quiry Seen Vivian Gordon Knew radium hid been stunted "Toa may recall, Judge read degree those which had schedules for March. Many Gang Leaders New Tork. Feb. 23 multi- tude of clues today served chiefly to hamper dozens of detectives seeking a motive for the EOOSE slaying of Vivian Gordon, red-headed mystery Frcm diaries found In her 8150 ft Fci. 2S apartment and from other Developments ol ihe last few days isources learned a great deal provide fur-ier ncr tac? legislative Inrestlratioa cf the city j policemen, convicts, swlad- Qf New York, ia the opinion cf Sea- !ers" ator John leader of the Uppfr Hsvst "I 'eel that the Invert mcluiloa wijl tt adrptcd." Knlsht. a tricgrajn from GoTcmor HotwcreJt. my first admiralty case, after I to the bar, was Wed Judge Stooa t. Adltr pud to Jnflge and ArthJir E. SutJhcrlaod. lorroer drat of the Sew Tort State Bar said Juflfe Hasel had bxu a Juflce for Biany Masons "We him juflpt ana him M nun. SB declared. Judge HascX la a farewell, MM sn to X-rars." were rnarkrfljy higher Jn _ _ Thy and It jirot tirnw as than atjch X-rsfilaUtm to slant the seed- j aria lings on Ta Thty coacluac JJist the of tbe two rays in not I A jvsruary totals would be larrcr thaa blotoglcal Epurrii for toe same aaath liu-t jew. i Air TJne tfl Al.V' V Make Detroit 25 ?.nd b'-sIEEEs men. Any one cf half a dozen groups might possibly have to kill jshc fcaea- tie slain Amcld aoth- i ftein. Broadway jrambier: Gtorgt j McMaaus. another Kfflblcr. and Jack -.hat he bated his i "Lep" Diamond, gangster, opinion, la visw ol the opposition of i Gordon had" threatened to rpa-aciXra la tlaou c.I acw i that under land usod -cars Ja dealers' htads rr the two Sepusllran Wcnchcstrr i ators. Staiary C. UtfUck aad -Wiiter Hours From Mexico England-Cape Town Air Line Service Begins Operations Crorflon. Encland, Ptb 28 (tJp) The nrrt of Snta'n's projsct ir i-trate lo Oppurwa. Africa. pcrjrd toflay when a ritr Jor Oca Wil Afftefc. The cralt left GrovBOit arOttmt t lawjfcarataujt the im- to into. t-aaantreui Jtoe najar Senators Want 700 Million Voted to Hoover for Use In Emergency Relief Work Administration Under Attack for "Lack of Courage to Aid 0. P. Feels Time Too Short for Enactment .niT Jt CBS the Csnadlar; iscader 125 So-urs Brs-sT.rnEc. Texan, on Jtie -boriltT TTW htsr I The coapnny Is to be fcocwn as i Use JatfrastitiaiJ A'ir Erprew. pUnes trsn "Crmwrt, the sermirj I with pttRwnrcr-klr liacs erttodlnc to call for InaugnrjulEc the ncrrtce Mny 3. larotsflefl irtth the cornnimy TK. 3. Mnyn, of the ste after It passed ia the Asscrabiy. he rrpl.rfl: "The drrtlewatMs of tie lu testify before ol crjrts that her 'ohn SSschoIf. sad clcitheKnari Aadretr "fraaaed" her on vjoc -ears 150. She -was tossed Kew Tori, Feb. Ms largest city met the Boaring challenge of gang guns andfeandiu tonight with the assignrc-enB of extra pclicemeri and detafc'irss to duty 3 M. until Sunday. X bringing the city's fttal Saturday night g-oard to High police official that a general crime roundup behlral tee remariifale move. "Jnfc -a pre- .ertaiive said Joan y, Sulr livan, assisiani chief Inspector.. Most of the extra force wasicoii-i- centrated in Manhattan. Of who worked from 3 AJI. ttota today, were ordered' to "tepott back for night plain clothes Only on occasions Hie a munist May Day celebration or Xei; Year's Eve is so large a force tered in tae city. La- ;t re- ka. 13 coltirnti 6) British Isles Hit By Severe Storms I to hut A JBfl of Bocntr 'wm Drtawit: E. H. L. Tatiocy nnfl John H. the IsVtrr Jew of Ttikn. Two in Car Hit by Train at Crossing Burned to Death aad Bronx thlcSet. 'tv Erterec Sunjtiel ttc co-urts a lettrr the it'oma to u frtead. la it she mU _ to ien tetr I "railroaded" by bcr "ex-h j.and 12je police in As February Ends wrote. "To .W Tirtlt-l cntpfi, Tladlditpfl. vlrjfllcate3 then -d-hea folks fctl metii nasty they 1V5j this. and the other 1-msdcn. Pcti. 28 JTito hlM.ory icinr. snav. bull. ilMt. tlms- ana lijutnlae. la Southern thcrr wtre aiiy rotitl- nrtjlttl AlrlirwTs hsa rwish pawnrta. -vrorrt cT wiriter, saucS Utxic-ltiKaire w fcmr -wi tae. rapcfl in as OTV-TWO -mea JTtrtatitly tcmltht ibrir "frames bwwia TNiojfflltlmi j the fatoimyblle In tftaeh tttef i. K'CTJ- rtfltac -s-nr. ftetKi freleht trMa 1bs 77ss A. T.. sT. -M" vS IMfc ireltafl, -wbete the drifts TW? JO3 It Itf lonflwx too. ttngr tog Ptonn Ijghtnjng TfKtufl- UK Trtrtiess cra'ttf rt-llsf. ocffilofliifl Coagrws 'Tftassay 3 til ttsas ghMKi ttM i al freHJit. It -win ty tmto tor vht OO3S- JttW to He lfZ3 tiy rapttoo be yoar. wffl qviestSoaea police department. ol the itttsr ao ia   

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