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Special Message Forecast
Prelude to World Court
Adherence lUquest .
WASHINGTON. Dec t.
CAP ) President Hoowr iet nn
employment and rovght relief
' at the top of the program for the
.short session reconrmended today
sn kls message to congress.
To accelerate all federal eon-
- atractlon in the next aiz months.
be 1 requested an emergency ap
propriation up to ilfrQ.ooo.Qoo.
Too amount for seed ana icea
loan - to farmer was left . for
Estimating- thla year's deficit
vroaid reach ; S 180.000.009. be
said. I can not emphasise ' too
strongly the absolnte necessity to
defer any other plans for in
. crease of government expends
A surplus of only $30,000,000
Is In sight for 1932. the presi
. dent warned, even with discon
tinuance of the one per cent tax
, redaction on 1929 Incomes.
Rigid economy" was declared
necessary "to avoid Increase In
: taxes". . - . . .
Varied Legislation Favored
In addition to the relief en-
" actments. he advocated early
completion of the following leg
lslation: Muscle ; Shoals, motor
bus regulation, relief of court
congestion, border patrol reor
ganization to prevent smuggling.
-and law enforcement In the na-
v tlonal capital.
Neither prohibition nor the I
work of the. law enforcement I
commission was diseussea.
Mr. Hoover concluded with
reiteration of Intention to trans
mit later to the senate In a spe
cial message, the revised proto
col for American adherence to
the World court.
In connection with providing
employment; be stated a ' need
for authority to make some en
larged temporary advances of
federal highway aid to the states.
Another proposal was that the
1156.000.000 appropriation be
made distributable to the differ
ent departments upon recom
mendation of a cabinet commit
tee and presidential approval.
"Its application to works al
ready authorised by the- eon-
. a .a a
cress assures us ne in uirtrc-i
tions of economic importance ana
to public welfare. he wrote
Such action will imply aa ex
penditure upon construction of
all kinds of over 1850,000.000
during the next twelve months.
More Committees Suggested
Looking beyond the short ses
sion, the chief executive recom
mended several Questions tor
congresslonal consiaerawon. icludlnK the Unlted statea the
'perhaps through committees H conMnission rejected an effort by
ODeratinx In some instances with
the federal denartments. with a
slew to preparation for subse-
Quern acuon ..
These Included effective regu
lation of Interstate electrical
power; further legislation neces
sary to facilitate railroad con
solidation; revision of Immigra
tion laws to place them on a
lble basis; end adjustment of in-
equalities In services and allow
ances to veterans.
Strengthening ot deportation
laws to more fully rid the coun
try of criminal aliens was urged.
Another matter placed In the
category for later determination
was a recommendation to au
thorise federal building of sec
ondary postal facilities, to pre
vent "further uneconomic leas
ing". The president attributed
ouch leasing by past administra
tions to deferment ot govern
, . Taking the position that the
tax on capital gains enhances
speculative Inflation and Im
pedes business recovery, the
president advocated an Inquiry
of , the economic effects of the
tax and its general relation to
income tax law.
. Still another study proposed
would be directed to the work
ings of the anti-trust laws to de
termine If economic evils attri
buted to their operation "can be
remedied without sacrifice ot the
-fundamental purpose ot those
The final definite step sug
gested for congress to take when
time at hand looks "to the de
velopment through temporary
federal aid of adequate state and
local services for the health ot
children and the stamping .out ot
-communicable disease, especially
in the rural sections".'
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Doc 2
CAP) Nineteen ot 71 banks sus
pended or closed in Arkansas
last month had reopened today,
state bank commissioner, Walter
E- Taylor announced. ; C
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(Q i Albert Richard
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tt dohjmi Ann
'11 Straage As It-Seems
Vir-i a CA llrfeJ3
Fntadm bay e
viator, i who is - leerilag
recovery off Bodies
of ma hers of the lost Borke
pioapeeUagr party In the froaen
waste off taw lakon coswtry.
Wissoa loeated the wrecked
plane aad Is prepmximg far a
trek over snow from landing
BE UP KEXT YEAR
rmjwk t m rip
CompieUng tonight Its task of
drafting a general disarmament
scheme for consideration by a
world conference, the preparatory
commisesion Invited the council
of the league of nations to set
a date tor this momentous assem
bly of statesmen.
By a vote of fourteen to tour,
with numerous . abstentions in-
Germany to have the commission
recommend the specific date of
November S. nil.
Cocnt Ton Bernstortf contend
ed Noveber 5 would provide am
ple time to prepare.
"Ten months." be cried, "is
enough time In which to prepare
for this conference. If ten months
Is not enough, then ten years will
Red Flags Shown
As Workers Ask
WUEBEC. Dec. 2. (AP) -
Waving red banners, about 300
men marched through St. San
veur ward here : today, - singing
and shouting they wanted work.
Although the marchers threat
ened to break open a ahed to se
cure tools and give themselves
work on a sewage system In
course of construction there were
In Debt Claims
NE WTORK. Dec 2- (AP)
America's share in the work of
the German-American reparation
claims committee was praised to
day by Dr. Karl von Lew las kl.
retiring German consul general
In New York, i
At n luncheon given In his
honor by the board of trade tor
German-American Co mmor.ee.
Inc. he said, "The United 8Latoa
was tho only i country In the
world able and : willing- to return
Cerman property' seised during
the World war". Dr. Lewfhskl
was the German member ot the
commission. . ' .
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Hoovers; Entertain : Cabine
At Formal Dinner; Davis
' and Doak Invited I3
By BKSS FDRMAN
WASHINGTON. Dee.' (AP)
In a city where "society" and
the session" are somehow syn
onymous . and", inextricably Inter
woven, the unusually bruixant
1930 wheel of gala events - start
ed whirling tonight with the din
ner of the president to his cab
inet. : . :
Symbolic, perhaps,' of the su
perabundance of the season It
self, tonight's . brilliantly formal
dinner will go down in history- as
the ' one attended by tw who
came as secretaries of labor ex-
secretary James J. Davis and
secretary-nominee William ' N.
Doak. . ' .
Washington wondered i rather
audibly during the day as to
which of them, if either, would
be entitled to a place at the
chrysanthemum' decorated table
In the state dining room. Davis
was oat of the cabinet, effective
today and Doak not yet officially
In. - i
Mrs. Hoover Settles Qnestion
But with Mrs. Herbert Hoorer
i her own social secretary the
Doak-Davis situation became both
a farewell party and a welcom
Tonight the official family
dined under the White House
roof and later was joined by otbA
er guests for a muslcale, with
Emma Othero, Cuban ainger,
their entertainer. All through, the
house, a profusion of chrysanthe
mums, in many colors repeated
rich colors in many of the gowns.
The following were invited:
Secretary of Treasury Mellon:
Secretary of War and Mrs. Hur
ley, Attorney General and Mrs.
Mitchell; Postmaster General
and Mrs. Brown: Secretary of the
Navy- and Mrs. Adams: Secretary
of the Interior and Mrs. Wilbur;
Mrs. Arthur M. Hyde, wife of
Secretary Hyde; Secretary and
Mrs. James Davis: Ren. Ruth
Pratt; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K.
Campbell: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Meyer; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A.
Elliott: Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
A. Newton; Mr. and- Mrs. Ira
Campbell; Mr. and Mrs. J. Her
bert Case; Mr. and Mrs. Blair T.
Coburn; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Glo
ver; IKr. and Mrs. George Lor
lmer; Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Rey
nolds; Mr. and Mrs. Felix War
burg; Dr. William H. Weleh; Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Whitney; Captain
and Mrs. Charles Russet Train;
Col. Campbell B. Hodges.
Deed Signed For
Army Air Base
ALAMEDA. Cel.. Dec. 2.
(AP) Through tho city council.
Alameda tonight deeded to tho
war department title to 1127
acres along tho estuary for .an
armv air base. The deed was
signed and will be forwarded to
Snuff up nose;
also melt in hot
water and In
Today i I
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. ..irs a sort of country club. "Up The River." Ton
. . have to be known to get In. They dont taks every
, Tom. Dick aad Harry.
. . There are more faH-crowa laughs irk this ooxnedy
of tho. not so wide open spaces than swEkerxJa
be released for many months. Cop your share of
- them. 1
"Up The River" sets Its own, Mlarioos standards
and laughs ttp to them as comedy, tt vd makt
scream history. ; . .
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OXS OF XEARif
By OLIVE VL DOAK
e; .Mjcmi capitod..
Today 8poneer Tracy and
Clair. Luce in "Up - the
" THE HOLLYWOOD '
Today Ruth Chatterton In
"The Lady of Scandal.-
Knnnflth ' Harlan In
."Under Montana Skies."
Rin-Tin-Tin In "The Lont
Defender.", t v
Today -, John Gilbert Jn
i "Wit Tor a Sailor."
Thursday Conrad Nagel In
"A Lady Surrenders."
Today Edmund Lowe In
in "Good Intentions."
Friday i Double bill with
Jack Mulhall In "Tho Fail
Guy." and - Rin-Tin-Tin - in
"On the Border."
Firemen Dead in
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Dec. 2.
(AP) Two firemen were believ
ed to hare . lost their lives and
three others were Injured serious
ly tonight as the second floor of a
blazing rag warehouse collapsed.
trapping the five men beneath
burning debris. The three Injured
men were dragged from the build
ing by other firemen.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Dec 2.
(AP) Someone broke Into Dr.
J. H. Sore's office and stole an
The doctor Is sure of It.,
When he arrived at his office
today. Dr. Sure told police, he
found forceps and other instru
ments in a blood-stained wash ba
sin. There was other evidence, he
said, that an operation had been
Chosen For End
On Coast's Team
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 2
(AP) Officials In charge ot the
annual East-West shriners charity
football game, here December 27.
announced toay the following
players had been invited to play
with the western team.
Beckett, California, and Koch.
Baylor university, guards; McKa-
up. Oregon state, end; Mills, uni
versity of Oklahoma, quarter
back; Atkins. Texas Christian,
center; Lange. Baker university,
U great fiin;
And have it done !
. j Today
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In Berlin Will Prevent
BERLIN. Dec S. (AP)
Heavy forces, of police were con
centrated tonight In preparation
for tomorrow's reconvening of tho
reiehstaa. for the aatnorttiee are
taking- no chance of the disorder
attending tho fall opening being
When tho relchstag went Into
session October IS, fresh from
elections in which Fascists, and
communists ' made wide gains,
stormy scenes marked the pro
ceedings inside and rioters smash
ed windows outside.
Hence the police are taking
nothing for granted tomorrow and
strong forces of foot and mount
ed police will be thrown around
the parliament building early In
tho afternoon. r r
What will happen In the relch
stag chamber about S -o'clock to
morrow afternoon was a Question
weighing on German minds to
night. President Paul Ton Hin-
denburg jresterdar signed decrees
whleh placed the drastic financial
program Into effect as law of the
land, and tomorrow's meeting Is
to determine what the legislative
body will do about it, ,-
Reichstag Can Apply Oieckmate
The relchstag could revoke the
presidential decrees, but In riew
of Chancellor Helnrich Brueninc's
determination to set Germany's
nnanees in - order without nar-
iament - that would be tanta
mount to daring him to enter an
HELP BE LIMITED
WASHINGTON. TJe i tr
r ranjc t. nines asked congress
toaay to measure tho load it has
placed upon the veterans bureau.
Devoting much of his annual
report to a discussion of some of
the -new burden Imnnwii k va
cent veterans leeialattnn. h m.
minlstrator reauested a defini
tion of future policies for giving
relief to veterana
disabilities outside service.
Although tho amvemmn !
more than- Cnonrh hnanltal lt.
for veterans Injured In service, he
saia new appiicauons for hospit
alization of non-aervt Afat.m
tles were bringing a eonatantly
aa iVl Potential load of 4,
000.000 veterans, ha um m t.
apparent to what nronnrtfnna
this may extend if It Is to be the
policy to give non-service con
nected cases a mandatory tight
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Like Last Fall
What would bo the outcome of
a non-conference motion against
the Braenlnx restma Is doubtful.
That would bring, up the t possi
bility -of resignation of thv ca
Hence there are three possibili
ties approval by. tho rekhstag of
the Hlndenburg" decree., which
would -mean approval Of some-
thlng in which the legislature did
not participate: revocation, in
which the chancellor might obtain
presidential authority to dissolve
dictatorship, and a rote of non
I confidence, the outcome of which
wouia do Quucuu. o osumsie.
Resort Hotel at
! Seattle Burned
SEATTLE, Dec 2 -(AP1-
The. Alder Beach manor, resort
hotel and dance hall at Des
Moines, hear here, was destroyed
tonight by a mysterious fire.
Damage was estimated at 2S;
000. The Kent fire i department
was sent to the scene but was
rendered ineffective by lack of
water. The building was owned
by the Des Moines improvement
Rap at Colleges
PRINCETON, N. J.' Dec 2
(AP) Says J. Hamilton Lewis,
democrat senator-elect from Il
linois, in the Princetonian today:
"Universities are simply the
breeding ground for muscular
athletes Or tha nnnlnr hnmu fn
society blooms who hope for hot
house development through such
agencies as Greek letter, societies
and Glee clubs.
"The public is beginning to
look on the great colleges as new
systems tor garnering money in
exchange for honor degrees be
stowed on the unfit and undeserv
ing." Women's clubs In London are
becoming so popular that they
are not only growing rapidly in
number but found themselves too
busy to close down during the
usual "dead, months of the
summer. Some, like the Ladles'
the Question of limiting their
Carlton are in such favor that
membership has been discussed.
One. of the chief reasons for the
way in which women's clubs
thrive is that women put them to
much greater use than men do
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MYSTERY DEATII OF
WALLACE, i Idaho, Dec. 2.
(A) A mysterious death that
strike swiftly and silently hmong
the children of the Everett Walk
er family Gem, near here, was
being -studlea , by physicians here
today, r - ; n.. ; hj,'.. . - -;
Three times In theel months It
has claimed children, th last be
Ing Devalne, two and fcaif
months old. Her parents saia they
romped ' with her Sunday niuit.
but when they tried to awaken he
yesterday morning she! was dead
,Her twin brother, Robert, died
November 2 of the same malady.
and on September Gertrude Ev
elyn.. 4 years old, died, i Two boys
s and S .years; remain In the tarn
uy. r i - :
Physicians say death Is caused
by some mysterious gland disor
der, fatal only to very young chil
dren. The two boys probably are
safe, they said, because the rasl
ady apparently is not contagious.
Lower Gas Price
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec 2.
(AP) Josenh; Devencfmsf. tint.
iaenc ot tne retail service station
dealers association of San Fran
cisco, today predicted a drop : In
gasoline prices "any time".
He said the break would be
forced by general business condl
tions. and servica station ar
preparing for It by maintaling
tne lowest possible stocks on
Value of INewd-
In telling of the amazing increase in business
done by the American Tobacco Company,
described in Editor and! Publisher for June
28, George W. Hill, president of the com
pany, was quoted at that time as saying t
4 Wo sincerely attribute a large measure of
the prosperity of our company to the assist
ance that newspaper advertising has given
to us." r:)..: '.'AVA
Str angler Lewis
Wins Over Pinto
In ot 3 Falls
TACOMA, Dec 2 (AP) Ed
"Strangler" Lewis, former heavy
weight champion of tho world,
defeated Stanley Pinto of New
York, two tails out of three in a
wrestling bout here tonight
Pinto won a fall over tho for
mer champion la the third round
when ho butted him out of the
ring and. Lewis was counted out.
Lewis evened the. count in the
fourth and won the match in the
fifth' with his famed headlock.
Only one was needed to down Pin
to each time. .
Ted Thye of Portland, Charley
Hansen of Seattle grappled five
tVllllng rounds to a draw. Both
eraolers gained falls. They also
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