Sandusky Register, May 3, 1932

Sandusky Register

May 03, 1932

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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 3, 1932, Sandusky, Ohio ASSOeXATBD PRESS (ff) fiBR VICE The Sandusky Register SandUtkys Oldest BuHnaa InstUution-.0' U N D E D 18 2 2-^More Than A Century In Your n^vtce. REOlSTfctt WAK*f ADS ^^RliSfOi:. '--'t^fl QUICK RESULTS : V VOL. 110. NO. 10 5. SANDUSKY, OmO, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1932 P "R T n T"!  THREEl' 0bn*8 -OAjiiJ xt m kjsu 'eight (mtrs stmDATi HONOLULU THREATENED BY BOYCOn One Juror Requests Protection; Action - Moves Quietly. HONOLULU, May 2 IJPh-A boycott threatened Hoiiolulu business today as a result of the convlctioii last week of Mrs. Grace Fort�scue, New York society woman, and three men on charges of manslaughter for the slaying of Joe Kahahawai, Hawaiian. Walter Napoleon, Hawaiian member of th(5 Jury which found Mrs. rortescue, Lieut. Thomas H. Massle, E. J. Lord and A. O. Jones guilty but recommended leniency, told police He had received telephone threats, (and asked protection. Napolean worked today as usual jflesplte the threats. John p'Loughlln, who employs Napoleon as a meat^cutter, said saveral customers had thl'eatened to boycott ihls store unless he discharged the Mawallan, one man telling him he jstood to lose 250 patrons. O'Lough-Jin said Napoleon would stay. gay Boat Line Hit There were reporta persons planning to sail to the mainland on ships jot the Matson line, with which John r. Stone, white foreman of the Fort-�8cue Jury, is connected, had cancelled their bookings, but this was formally denied by the Mataon agency �iere. ' t The boycott was bard to trace, aa >nuch of it was unorganized and un-publlcleed. Willy Beyer, Juror of iGerman ancestry who makes most of the potato chips consumed here, ad-anltted he had not received any or-jders from the Navy since the conviction. He said, however, he did Aot con-Wder that evidence of a boycott, as the orders from Pearl Harbor-the Island's big Naval base-came irregularly, four or five times a mbnth. � Sales at Army and Navy commls-isaries were reported higher since the (trials. Many service people were said to be planning to do as much of \heir l7uying as possible^'at the commissaries hereafter. Will Retry Quartet In official circles. Interest shifted to pending cases against men charged with assaults upon women. Including that of the four youths who with Kahahawai wero charged with assaulting Mrs. Ma�Ble, wife the Lieutenant and daughter bt'Mrs.Fortescue. ' Horce Ida, Japanese; Henry Chang Chinese; David Takai, Japanese, and iBen Ahakuelo, Hawaiian, will be re-1 (Continued on Page 10, Col. 3) French Voters Back Liberals; i Coalition Seen PARIS, May 2 UP)-X liberal coaH-Jlon government, headed by the veteran statesman of the left, �douard Herriot, tonight became a possibility for France on the face of Radical Socialist victories In Sunday's election. The Issue will not be decided until next Sunday, however, for less than one-third of the 615 seats of the chamber of deputies were filled on the first ballot. Th� Radical Socialists emerged from the preliminary te.">t with 63 Beats, the biggest solid bloc elected BO far, while the left Republicans of Andre Tardleu, the pre.serii premier, lost heavily. The conservative press tacitly admitted Sunday's results presaged defeat for Tardieu's left Rtpubllcans. CODPER RITERATES i LOWER TAX STAND KENTON, o;, May 2 (^-UUli-tles and intangible's were named by former^ Governor Myers T. Cooper, here tonight as two sources or revenue to perml| reducec? taxes on homes, farms and business. Coming here after speaking during the day at Marysville, Rich-wood and Mansfield, Cooper, campaigning for the Republican gu'*er-natorial nomination, reiterated his slogan of "bread and butter: is the Issuo of this campaign," and added: "The man in the street and along the road wants to know how he is to hold his home and his farm. Tax revision is the answer, and I offer. If elected, to lead the way to legislation which will cut the state .tax duplicate one fourth." FINDLAY GIRL HONORED SPRINGFIELD, p., May 2 (ff) - Jessie Billstone, of'Findlay, O., is one of five juniors designated today for future membership in the Arrow and :Mask, exclusive honorary sorority for senior co-eds at Wittenberg College here. _  WEAl'HKH FOllKCAST OUIO-^InercaHlii�; oloiidiucMH mill ivnriuer TucnUay, folloiTed Ity MliiitvcrM TiiCAtdny iiiclit or' AVcdiiesdnV. CONDITIOXS-Fair weath,cr wIU prevail Tuesday and thorp will be much cloudiness Wednesday with showers as far east as- the Appalachian region' by. AVsdnesday night and eastward to the Atlantic coast Wednesday night or Thursday. The temperature will rise In the lower lake, region and the Ohio valley. , l.OCAIi UATA-^Higheati temperature yesterday, 48; on same date ast year, ;6'i; lowest temperature yesterday, iO: on same date last year,, 44; precipitation yesterday, 0; on same date last year, .01; humid-Uv: S a. m, 60, noon 55; sun rises today. n:3C; sun seta today. 7:2!). Wind. Wea.ther, .Station 'observation a); 8 p. m. Abilene, S. Clear.80 84 62 14 0 Chicago, SB, Cldy..50 60 i'i 12 0 IJenver, .SW, Cldy...7G 80 4S 12 0 Duluth, SW, Rain. .54 08 34 12 .01 (lalveston, .SE, Clr..74 78 70 8 0 .lac'k'vjllc,. NB, Clr.70 80- .'. 12 0 Memphis, >NE. PtCy.Ofl 70 ,58 . 4 " 0 Jlies pity, INK, Cv,,62 64 48 6 0 Phoenix, ^^C Gldy..,80 93 60 8 0 Portland, NW, Cldy.64 66'48 10 0 St. Louis. SB, Clr...66 70 48 10 0 Salt Lake. SB, Cldy.eS 72 58 4 -0 . roommates unconscious in their apartment. Nearby, police reported finding three empty bottles that had contained sleeping tablets, and two note,\ addressed to his mother. One, addressed slmly to "Dear mother," read: "There is no special reason. 'I am Just better not living, that's all. No one at all is to blame in any-way. Card." . 2 Army Cadets , Still Missing WEST POINT, May 2 (^P)-Alan J, Light and Leo 'a. Skelm, West .Point cadets who disappeared Saturday on a canoe trip, were sought again today by water and air, but hopes for their recovery lessened. Two launches In charge of an Army officer patrolled the Hudson River all day from here to Newburgh, poking In coves along rboth banks. An airplane made several fllghCs ov-* er the area without success. ^ Their canoe, overturned, was found yesterday near Newburgh and the two paddles were found today in widely separated spots. The search will be continued dally with two uncles of Cadet Light participating. Light is a resident of Washington, D. C. and Skeim, of Val-ioy City, N. D. ' Ohioan, Pershing's Aide, Is Stricken :COLUMBUS, 0.,:May 2 (^P)-Elgin Bralne, 40, General Pei-shing's personal chauffeur during the World War, for the last 12 years sales manager for a steel and wire company here, died of heart disease today. formatioii arrived was his mother. Capone-refused to see newspaper ^reporters, b^t jail guards reported'he became furious. /'It's not fair," they quoted him;as sayingi "I'm a victim of public clamor. My sentence should have been lawyers are with me. Michael Ahem, chief of the: gang leader's legal staff, said he did not know what the next step in Capone's Dietrich WiU Defy Employers, Director Says HOLLYWOOD, May; 2 (/P)-Josef Von Sternberg, motion picture director, said on his return .from New Tork today that'he will not direct another picture for Paramount studios. ^ tNeither, he said, wlllMarlene Diet-lrlcK"'t^erman actress, appear-In another Paramount picture. He and the actress are at outs with Paroraunt, having refused to accept the studio lOi hlldpAt 1 Included in the budget -''The Associated Charities will submit Its bills to the city through City Manager C. V'" ~~~""y; \, Webb Sadler who will examine and order their payment These expenses Mr. Kugel stated that will include the salary of the superintendent ?100 a month, and such assistance as may be necessary in Investigating cases. The relief will go for 480 needy famine on the list of the Charities.. 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 poor. All relief stopped Saturday afternoon when an order from officials of the Community Fund that no' bills from the Associated Charities be honored went into effect Debt Piyment; Unlikely Commission. Mr..'Kugel stated that the of flee,of the Charities was being kept open but the organization was In no position to contract any bills. GITMiliiPPLY SEED^FERTIUZER Will Be Used in Gardens For Unemployed Here. Seeds and fertilizer for use of the eoi jrayment-uiiiiHeiy unemployed in planting gardens here Indications were -Monday that the this summer will be supplied by the $4,000 borrowed by the Associated city. City Commissioners agreed at Charities from other agencies of the the Monday meeting. rn...-:---.Lii... _.i,l.�--'.,r.n.,)-Construction Is progressing on the U. S. S. �Macon and Wednesday or Thursday It will receive the first section of Its fabric outer cover, Goodyear Zeppelin Corp. officials said today. , VETERAN j. p. dies MOUNT VERNON, O., May 2 (.IP) -Jacob Ash, 88, veteran justice of the peace, died at his home here of apoplexy. Musical Show Jih^ Politics, Awarded Pulitzer Prize JUDGES CALL ACTION '^UNUSUAL"; GENERAL PERSHING ALSO HONORED . NEW TORK, May ZAfP) -The catchy tunes and unbridled'satire of national politics of "Of Thee I Sing" has made it the first musical comedy ver to win the Pulitzer prize for the best original American play of the year. . Wj� hours after Lancaster returnedi haSt|^ ily to Miami on receipt of letters frori^ Mrs. Keith-Miller and Clarke." 5,-The letters Informed ; LancAsteigl that Mrs. Keith-MUler  and 01arfte;i| who was writing the story of her llfilCM for publication, loved each other and! planned to be married. �.'��.��:>i!:^:.;'.-i't*^^ "Lancaster told me he. wrotelf t two notes-^-one 'of; them to hlnos?. advising him never again; to ;ieaj Chubble, and the other to Mrs. iKeltl _ Miller, telling her in effect that-^hi^ couldn't go through'with their;plaiia for marriage and praising: LiancasS ter." ����� '�--''-im% After he wrote the notes.'"^"oiii Clarke's : typewriter. Ha w.thopri?^ quoted Lancaster as saying he-;"at-(Continued on Page 10, Col. i)^'-^ Bettman Urg^l Five-Day To Aid Joblesi y .... :':r':'-^-^w::mmm^ CHARDON. O., May 2 (ff)-A five;^| day working week to balance 'Jat^^ creased productivity was advocated^<^ here tonight by Attorney Generall Gilbert Bettman, candidate, for,,3(Re^f publican nomination .for ,United,8j States Senator. �v:y-':y'i:^^:m;iM^ Addressing the Chardon Chambejpjr of Commerce, Bettman saldihe ahorjr-t'i^' er week would "help to turn somefflt| the problems resulting from machiSel overproduction into social andrKhu.'^ manitarian advances for the * riatlijilil Two days of recreation properly use||| by our citizenship will Increasei�t]^�i consumptive power of the nation:a^4| balance our- Increased productlvltyj^SM Bettman said the-prohibition qu?^*| tlon "must be squarely and: qulcJUyj met" because it preempts thejpuMoJ stage and pushes all other IssnesEiiw*''* the background" :, v ^ ^;^;i&sks|| Wyoming Faiql^ Mine Shutdopi CHEYISNNB, Wyo;; ;May A shut down of Yyomtng coali mUlftjl was threatened today when j reoiff*! sentatlves of S.OOO union miners;: an^l the mine operators broke off negotic;| tlons for a new wage contract' The operators asked a reduptlou/* ofj $1.30 a day in the present basic wa'ge;] Of $6.72, ...... ' '"�'V'Hf'jfel The miners offered to accept * flat^'' 10 per cent cut, or approximately .pni'l half of that requested by the ope tors. The existing contract expires ''| June 30. M'DONALD FACING SECOND OPERAFKMi LONDON, May 2 (ff5-^Prlme*Mi^| ister Ramsay MacDonald, may^^jMyr ' to undergo an operation onhlSjriM eye similar to the surgical treating othls left eye exactly four monlT ago tomorrow. . � :.-�,�::v::^;:x:;fciS Mr. MacDonald is sufferings J, glaucoma, a complicated condUi,o^ the eye which results in raipaljrf tension and, diminution of" thesj' of vision. " ' : �-�/'I'.'.lj^ Glaucoma, however, usuallys^l ceptible to proper treatment'aiij?| be arrested without? �erious':|)pi mento�..the vision, PhysKjlaniil agree as to its causes, but api ing age Is generallyiCOi:-'" TriaAbS(dviMtr� State Omii^' solved of blame: In iwSi: state office bu�dj�g5^�jt wand Wallace, *�l;;�jr��t, and. Warren^TWIirtj^l^^JPl turned over to S^Seft^Mt^"^-proseontloo^flflticfeftlS ' were � ;