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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - February 26, 1936, Oakland, CaliforniaThe weather Oakland Ann to night and thursday bul inning Tor no change in temperature Cmcnally North Erly winds Cha hot Obser Vittory maximum minimum o a k i a n d Airport maximum ill minimum in r Airall 21 in ii is c my sup at 7 a seasonal to Dale mfl2 Normal n17 last year i United press associations k m edition newspaper vol ten cents Oakland Calif wednesday feb 26 1936 136 Parks d no 57 7 r vetoes seed loan professors held reds removal at c asked prosecutor in stanislaus urges ouster of Max Harry Conover army rebellion assassination it once Ges in Tokyo after Premier and 80 others president explains he is Tim rim off fran Aid District attorney Leslie a Cleary Ipac Illif vj1l drop stanislaus county today asked system started in 1931 i president Robert g Sproul of the University of California to purge i the executive declares lie Lias sity faculty authority to allocate fund j in extraordinary cases in a letter to s p r o u 1 Washington feb j president Roosevelt today vetoed j his morn the seed loan Bill j ing in to the measure was returned to the e s i o Senate with the reminder by the j president that in approving the seed and feed loan Bill in 1914 1 did so on the theory that it was proper to taper off the crop loan system which had been initiated on a Large scale As Early As 1031 the president added however that he would Issue an executive order in the next few Days to meet any needs for Loans to produce new crops asked the removal of d r m a x had in pro Fessor of 1 a w and s c h Olar of f a m e and Harry con Leach hire Cap i Uve of ministries from extremists ordered emperor still has control Max a Din ing assistant in economics he declared professor rat Lin has i am convinced Roosevelt i Bacn Active in the league against said in Bis veto Mussare that the Wal fascism which he said immediate and actual needs to i a known communist Organiza Ivsich i have referred can be Mut i Ilion he further asserted that or during inc year Ina i by an sex radon Conns Cihac Occil on tie Liture of Funtos materially less than that proposed in the Bill under discussion furthermore these nerds can be met without twin necessity of enacting authorizing legislation through an allocation of funds by me from the appropriation provided in the emergency Relief appropriation acl for which appropriation i am informally advised by he comptroller Jfhn Cronl of the United states can Bruti lived for such Loans As i might in Licals by executive order to be desirable and necessary As Relief measures the vetoed measure would have i authorized seed and feed Loans up i to per Farmer on in wifi crops the government taking a first Lien i on the output i Roosevelt vein of his Bill was j challenged by senator Smith d s who said he would insist on a vote to override As soon As the time is propitious 1 Smith chairman of the senile agriculture commit Lee and Senate sponsor of the administrations aaa replacement Bill agreed upon in conference yesterday made the statement to reporters shortly after the executives veto was read in the Senate gaming themselves in addressing communist Nic clings and particularly consorting with such people As Harry Bridges and Ella Winters educator denies alleged affiliation or Radin answered briefly he said i am not and never have been a member of he league against War and fascism i am not and never slave been a communist or a socialist president sprouts Only comment was he release of a letter he sent in reply to Cleary this letter said thank you very much for your letter of february in it is re freshing to hear from a Man who conies out in the open and says what he thinks instead of at tempting to whisper the univer sity to death in Taibach Alley i do not have the facts us in Hie cases which you Nail to my attention hut will get them As soon As i can you May be sure that neither the regents nor myself have the slightest sympathy with those who seek the overthrow and destruction of the american government or american institutions denial made of tarty Conover denied that he is a Mem Ber of the communist parly or leaders of uprising plan new Law for slate after Drift of nations loyalty Singapore feb Loyal to emperor Hirohito now in major control of Tokyo today awaited arrival of reinforcements before undertaking recapture of ministries in the hands of Young military cd to Romiss according to private advices from the japanese capital Tokyo was described As quiet at Midnight troops Are patrolling the City control by the emperors troops is not expected to be jeopardized while reinforcements Are hurrying from their garrisons to Complete restoration of order Washington feb authoritative advices from Tokyo Short time Premier says r n r a i areas peaceful Tokyo troops mustered to he Calm avoid spread of rumours emergency guard called Tokyo feb prevalence of peace and order in Tokyo and throughout was claimed Early Loday by the new government under acting Premier Fumio Goto prior to his resignation 11 approved a broadcast on the National radio system in which an announcer stated according to information from the provincial cities All is peaceful in Tokyo troops gendarmes and police arc cooperating in he maintenance of order Lieut Gen Kohei Tashii com Mander of inc Tokyo Garrison broadcast the following official statement orders to establish emergency is seize police station Mortim Law rules 3 statesmen die 12000 Loyal guardsmen hold Navy build ing terrorists attack foes at Dawn and seize military Power in Japan capital new Cabinet resigns office try Power emperor Hirohito of Japan is nol endangered by Llic army revolt in 1 Okyo Early today dispatches late i he rebellion was aimed Al Liberal opposition to Nuvi tie emperor Lias the Sontus of a god among 1m subjects funds voted for pension plan probe Washington feb Ever have been or Over intends to the House Townsend committee be he said thai As a teacher of voted today to ask the House for economics he Felt it helpful to get to carry on us investigation i both inc viewpoint of labor and unit of financing of the old age pension of capital and that quite naturally plans including the Townsend plan i have friends in the loft Wing As the action was taken Al the first Well As the right Wing formal meeting of the special com Mittee it was also decided to Start hearings within a few Days it was expected that i e Cle ments treasurer of the town Send movement would be one of the first witnesses the committee named James r Cleary issued a Short statement explaining his release of the let Ter to the Public he said he had sent copies of it to Robert Sibley executive Secretary of the Cali fornia alumni association and to various other University graduates of my acquaintance hoping Sullivan Kansas City lawyer its chief counsel col 7 burglars ransack Moore memorial continued on Page 3 London feb a japanese embassy stated at p m a m Pacific Standard time today that the newly appointed acting Premier of Japan Fumio Goto and All his Cabinet had tendered their Resig nations to the emperor a japanese consular source stated unconfirmed reports from japanese newspapers said 80 persons had been killed in the army revolt London feb from various British news agencies stated tonight that 3000 japanese Soldier rebels were holding the Tokyo metropolitan police Headquarters against government troops report was not immediately confirmed in Dis patches direct from Tokyo the dispatches slated that the Imperial guard number ing 12000 men and marines As Well had been rushed from Yokoe Iha to hold the Navy building and other strategic Point sore ids ii by the associated press Tokyo feb officers of the army who said they wished to remove corrupt influences from around the throne assassinated Premier Okada and two other minis ters today emperor Hirohito was stated by a government source to have commanded the Strong nationalist Fumio Goto Home Secretary to form a new government i the insurgent officers who decimated the Cabinet said their purpose was to protect the National polity in addition to Premier Okada they killed Admiral Viscount Makoto Salto lord keeper of the privy Seal and former pre Tokyo feb Imperial japanese Cal incl target of a Neil Clarisl uprising today seated left to Rig lit arc Chuji Machida minister of Commerce Admiral Keisuke Okada no 1 prime minister slain Korekiyo Takahashi no 2 81yearold a Picl Urc of Llic finance mini scr wounded Takejiro Tokonami communications standing icel to right Koki Hirota foreign mini scr count video Kodama Naoshi Ohara Sonya Uchida Admiral Mineo Osumi Genji Matsuda Fumio Goto no 3 new prime minister who resigned and Tatsuno skua Yamasaki today said the military had an guard conditions in Tokyo were is bounced a new Law of stale would j sued to the first division to promulgated Al 5 p in the in vices reported the japanese military had established a cordon around the lion of my troops at important by command of Ihn Kinder or i ordered the mobilisation of a Tokyo area containing government offices the japanese military distributed Poi is the purpose is to maintain order in the capital and to protect import burglars entered Ethel Moore me Morial at 121 East eleventh Street parly today and ransacked the offices of the clinic doing consider Able damage and taking in change found in the various rooms they rained Entrance through a Side basement door by smashing the lock the combination of a Safe j 2 hurl As Ivanics leap r Roll t icis were Cor Linued relations be pump Hicls to leading newspapers i ant objects explaining inc coup was 1 Hope both officials and people Inkon because the present govern will avoid spreading wild rumours Merit was Drifting away from 1he and will cooperate for the main True spirit of Japan and was Cnance of peace usurping the prerogatives of the emperor sister of Hitler the pamphlet said if present pol in one office had been smashed off with a Hammer and chisel but the thieves wave disappointed As no Money was kept there police checked the Safe door and other articles for fingerprints As overturn of Cis Corrior a Loisl Arr Oslic As drunk san Jose feb careening in can Japan and China the soviet wed says pastor a Delful Germany feb Union great Britain and the United despite in states would become explosive in the statement was signed by Cap in Iii Moji lain Nonaka and Captain Ando hey began a search for the Burn automobile driven by a Young b h to infantry i Ike in t k i n t f in i i i re 1 f if Glass army flier killed in gunnery practice Shreveport la feb Caplain Karl g e Gimmler Pilot of the first Pursuit group of self Ridge Field Mich was killed Al Barksdale Field Loday when his single sealer army fighter crashed during ground gunnery practice woman can shed into an Oil truck ror Mont stationed at Tokyo 1r m ins South o Here Loday the Nonaka Ando communique official denials of marriage of Reichs fuehrer Adolf killers Sisler to or Martin came today from the reverend Strauc who married the couple february 20 Al Nerlin the Rev Strathe said i1 1 i i truck overturned caught fire and he sir nine of the 1930 caused probably Jalal injuries try Jav which was negotiated went from this suburb of Dresden Whitney Webster 28 of Gilroy the Jhc Hoff or with Driver Britain and Japan and the dismiss Constable Mobil so cols of mor j Sal of Gen Mii Yakia an influential when the director of lie state architectural school has a Heavil Ifni Large Villa to Berlin for the Cere rills was has in the Auto i army officer were evidence of inc irony but Hitler was prevented by Mobile previous to the Accident j trend away from the True japanese inc heavy pressure of slate business today Tribune subject Page amusements Heaters 23 classified adv rising 34 comics and strips 24 Cross word Puzzle 26 editorials Anc columns 40 editorial features 25 Geraldine columns 27 High school news 27 Knave daily column 21 Marine Cal her 33 Martha Lees comment 27 National whirligig 21 it a and clubs 1 7 radio schedules 30 society women events 1 7 sports and sportsmen 28 Heaters Wood Soanes 23 Vila statistics 39 it was driven by miss in Len Hoil rfcs 27 proprietor of a Beer tavern near Alum Rock Park so cols came on the scene shortly i after the truck which Webster swerved to Avoir striking the Zigi 7 a g i n g automobile overturned spirit there was no evidence the reports continued of ant foreign feeling lady Childe exp y clerk weds broker spilling 10000 Gallons of gasoline on London feb 2fj it lady i i i i the Highway the Accident look place near the Doria Lois Childe 27 daughter of Corbari wineries which were the Duke of Newcastle was married danger cd by the bla7c flaming at Callnn ill today to Stefan gasoline shot hundreds of feet on Jwj cumin 3b Fondon Stock broker both sides of the Road and the d new winery employees fought the Firo with Hose lines attached to the York department sworn for a time in building Webster was from the flaming cab and Aken to Gilroy Hospital Ramon Ondri Juez 28 who was Ridi gift with miss Hod frs was taken in the same Hospital where physicians said in suffered a broken shoulder cuts and bruises 1023 much to the Surprise of Lon Don society from attending matter of hours Al paso Tex feb the condition of Albert b fall who look a decided turn for the worse last night was reported unchanged today by attendants at William Beaumont Hospital Here the former Secretary of Interior in the Harding Cabinet has been j seriously ill for More than a Mouth Falls condition has taken a def Singapore feb Perot Hirohito today ordered drastic emergency Meas ures to Cope with the situation precipitated by a Mili tary uprising in Japan messages from Tokyo reported orders included 1 provision that Loyal troops maintain control in Tokyo promulgation of government guarantees for the Protection of private property 3 assurances that Normal business activity be resumed today a general order was issued to instructing them to carry on business As though Noth ing had happened Tokyo feb minister Fumio Goto no a plod inc premiership of Japan soon i Flor inc Rcv Lulion bul re site cd a few hours p fill o police Hunt bandits after store Holdup police were searching Loday for Mic ranch general Jotaro Watanabe chief of military Edu cation they also shot Korekiyo Takahashi minister of finance and Admiral Kantaro Suzuki lord Chamberlain of the Imperial court they killed and wounded several lesser personages to Gether with policemen body guards and personal servants in their sudden attempt at a coup de Tat All other members of the Cabinet escaped unhurt martial Law was proclaimed in the City of Tokyo at a m today and the government ordered two fleets from the High seas to police duty Al the great cities of Tokyo and Osaka Piton Chin Corn lieutenant general Kochi Kashiki commander of the Tokyo Tor live i Iii Garrison was placed in charge of enforcing the Law p in r win under the Law of the country a decree of martial Law is Iov mrs u i v Mac drastic a him of declared state of Emer gency and permits he troops to use any Means of Force to subdue enemies of the state under Strong military precautions the streets of Tokyo were quiet late tonight and the government declared the whole nation was Calm a Navy office communique was the first intimation that the fleets had been ordered out it said the first and second fleets were proceeding to Tokyo and Osaka Bays for the Pur pose of guarding those ports and that they would reach their destinations thursday the first and second fleets comprise the navys most Power Ful units including battleships which recently have been engaged in Maneu vers in the Pacific coastal defense warships already had arrived off Tokyo late tonight the Premier designate Goto was minister of Home affairs r continued on proc 19 col 1 London Tab govern mental quarters viewed Ihn Tokyo military coup today Wilh dismay expressing apprehension thai should if mov Mont succeed it will seriously jeopardize five Worth China provinces and probably hasten War with Ihn soviet should the terrorist uprising he suppressed however the drive on inc chinese porn Vierps May be Sud Denly renewed official sources be Nievod or lie followed by military preparations in Manchukuo As soon is Ihn weather relents an immediate clash with Russia was not expected inasmuch As it was foil the military if in gains control and unseat the constitutional regime will need Lime to Conj solid late ils position and prepare for acl Ion Anthony to Vern great Britain foreign told the House of commons the Bank of of pm had suspended business of Dan said the British ambassador Inion change for the worse How j two Young Mon who last night held i in Tokyo had reported that troops up mrs Genevicve Hancock 5525va i lined the streets of japans chief Long he will live we do not know it May be a Mailer of hours or i Days doctors reported last night girl parricide held Farmer kills dog insane not guilty Anadarko okla feb i Willis 18yearold farm girl was acquitted today of murder Jnai nos a Farmer yesterday valued at Kuza Betton Tenn feb 20 he said it was Chas s said he had been informed charges in the Shotgun slaying of j Ken or a Bird dog valued by its owners at the dog floating Power was owned by the George Dugger Ken of inc automobile in his office and i her sharecropper father immediately after receiving a telex the jury held the girl nol guilty phone Call set out to apprehend the Driver he arrested miss Hodges on a drunk driving felony charge by reason of insanity attorneys said the verdict Means Nels and bold six state titles and miss Willis must be committed to j was runner up an institution for treatment i event in one National Edgerly so Crl while she was at Day and thai All Public buildings work in a food store at 2115 sem and official residences were guarded nary Avenue h was in the foreign the mrm one of whom was ministers description of the Situa a Mfd Wilh n revolver forced mrs 1ion Lyl commons that the sus hair Ofick into a rear Noin and look pension of the Banks activities was from the Cash Register while j temporary the Holdup was in program mrs the Ambaw ador a Decd Eden said Hancocks husband entered inc store and was forced to stand against the Wall when the bandits fled he Pur sued them but lost sight of them on Elixabeth Street radio patrol men toured the neighbourhood but i could find no Trace of the men he City in self was a incl slight earthquake Felt at Riverside Silver Side feb 20 up a Light Earth fake was Felt Here at Oclock this morning with this edition year Advance orders have nearly exhausted the available extra copies of today year Book edition despite a Large increase in additional press run to avoid disappointment see your nearest Tribune newsboy or news stand at once or Call at the Tribune office today

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