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FEB. 13, 1933
RISE OF HITLER TURNING TIDE AGAINST JAPAN France and Britain Ready Now to Back League Upholding Treaties. BY WIM.IAM PHI! IP SIMMS Serinnt-Hnward Forurn Editor WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—The rise of Adolph Hitler to power in Germany today appeared on the point of turning the scales at Geneva against Japan, thus saving the life of the League of Nations end preventing the dangerous inter national isolation Qf the United States. Nevertheless, until the league’s committee of nineteen, now consid ering the Chinese-Japanese conflict, actually and officially submits its verdict, Washington will not breathe easily. For Great Britain and France have wavered so long that they will not be relied upon to back the league against Japan until they actually have taken the plunge. Left U. S. Out on Limb America’s virtual condemnation of Japan lor treaty violation and her refusal to recognize territory so ac quired, placed this country way out on a limb. Had Japan, acting through her puppet state of “Manchukuo,’*called on the United States either to rec ognize the new “state” or withdraw its four consulates at Harbin, Muk den, Changchun and Dairen, a very serious situation would have arisen. It might have meant conflict or the humiliation of having to with draw from where this country feels it has a right to be. The arrival of Jitler in the seat of Bismarck, however, brought a hasty change. Great Britain and France, which tacitly had backed Japan at Ge neva more or less from the begin ( ning, suddenly about face. Against Scrapping Pact The reason is seen in the first ! three of the Nazis’ twenty-five-point program, which read: 1. "We demand the union of all j Germans to form a great Germany on the basis of the right of the! self-determination enjoyed by thee, tions. 2. “We demand equality of rights j for the German people in its deal- j ings with other nations, and abo lition of the treaties of Versailles and St. Germain. 3. “We demand land and terri tory (colonies) for the nourish ment of our people and for settling of our superfluous population.” If Japan could scrap the cove nant which is a part of the treaty of Versailles and take what she wanted in the Orient, then Ger many would have the same right to scrap the treaty of Versailles and St. Germain whenever and wherever it suited her. Demand Treaties Sanctity This means the right of equal armaments with France; equal navy with Britain; the abolition of the Polish corridor; the rectification of her eastern frontiers; the return of some of her seized colonies, and union with Austria. Such is the meaning of the first three articles of Herr Hitler’s faith. Immediately in London and Paris “sanctity of treaties" assumed I new and tremendous importance, j At the same time British and j French diplomats, arguing the Chino-Japanese case at Geneva, began to reverse themselves. The isolation of the United States ill the far eastern imbroglio might prove very convenient when Europe went to Washington to demand debt reduction, but Germany now threat ened complications. If Germany could use the Japa nese precedent to kick over the ] sacred treaties as they applied to i Europe, it would be better to fore- j go the advantages of keeping America on tenter-hooks during the debt conference. J Held on Liquor Charge Federal grand jury investigation on charges of liquor violation, and possibly conspiracy charges, was faced today by Max Weil, 2124 North Alabama street. Weil, ar rested several months ago by police, who said they found twenty-five; gallons of alcohol in Weil's garage,! served a sentence on another case j before being brought into federal j court. Jigsaw Contest Winners to Receive $125 in Cash Last Puzzle Printed: Time Limit Set as Satur day, Feb. 25. The last jigsaw crossword was printed in Saturday s Times. Now your work really starts. The Times is offering a total cash award of $125 for entries submitted in the contest, awarding these prizes on a basis of accuracy, legibility, and neatness of presentation. Object of the contest is to solve correctly each of the thirty individ ual puzzles, which then should be cut along the outside of the heavy black border and fitted to form a large outline map of the United States. A full size reproduction of this map will not be published, but a smaller one was included in the original set of rules and now may be had upon application at this office. Requests for an outline map should be accompanied by a stamped envelope. If puzzles have been fitted cor rectly together to form the map, then it will be discovered that, read ing across the map from left to right, you will find excerpts from three famous documents—the Dec laration of Independence. Lincoln's first inaugural address, and Lin colns Gettysburg address. These were printed in last Friday's Times. Indicate with an arrow at left side of the said map. the lines containing any portion of these excerpts. Mail *or bring the completed map. with lines containing these excerpts, properly checked, to Jigsaw Cross word Contest Editor, Indianapolis Times, 214 West Maryland street, on or before midnight, Feb. 25. Be sure that your name and ad dress are on both envelope and map, and that mailed entries bear sufficient postage at the first-class postage rate. You Name the Cabinet! Clip and Save This Picture! „CSIDEVT 3TATI Wiß CP.,.., Here is Roosevelt's cabinet, all ready for action. But who are they? Ch, yes, theey lack heads. That's your job Clip this picture and save it. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, pictures will be printed of the' 1 favorites for cabinet position in the coming Roosevelt administration. You clip out these head pictures, I 20 Leisure Hour Clubs to Hold Programs in Week HEBREW SISTERHOOD WILL PRESENT REVUE ‘Let’s Go, 1933,’ to Be Presented March 5 at Athenaeum. Sisterhood of the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation will present a musical revue, "Let's Go, 1933,” at the Athenaeum, Sunday night, March 5. The final act of the revue, “Un dernea th the Harlem Moon,” will be presented by John Efroym son, 2809 North Pen nsylvania street. Mrs. Harry Bur ton Jacobs, pres ident of the sis terhood, is in charge of ar rangements. Efroyinson, a Efroymson graduate of Butler university, is well-known in amateur theatrical circles and has taken a prominent part in musical productions. NEW PLAN URGED FOR MEDICAL SPECIALISTS Regulation Is Advocated by Wilson Before Convention. P.tt Rcinirr Service CHICAGO, Feb. 13.—Education and training of doctors who want to be specialists should be regulated just as much as education and training of the general physician and surgeon are. in the opinion of Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, secretary of the interior. Dr. Wilbur presided over the opening session here this morning of the Congress of Medical Educa tion and Licensure, held under auspices of the American Medical Association. Dr. Wilbur would have the as sociation provide minimum stand ards of training for specialists. It could prepare lists of those doctors who come up to these standards, and give these lists widespread pub licity. Finally, schools and hospitals suitable for training of specialists could be listed. HELD AS WIFE SLUGGER Husband Felled Mate, Left Her on Sidewalk, Police Told. After he is alleged to have con fessed that he knocked his wife unconscious and left her on the sidewalk at 200 South Summit street, William Hook, 32, R. R. 1, Box 272, was arrested by police on charges of drunkenness and assault and battery. Mrs. Hook, in city hospital, is suffering from head cuts. The Times will appoint judges to check entries and safeguard the in terests of every contestant, and de cision of the judges will be final in all matters. Entries will become the property of The Times and wall not be returned. In case of ties, duplicate prizes will be awarded. As stated, the awarding of prizes will be on a basis of accuracy, legibility, and neatness of presentation. The following cash awards will be announced as soon as the judges can complete their work following the close of the contest: First, SSO; second. $25: third. $10; fourth, fifth, sixth, $5; twenty-five prizes of $1 each. This contest is open to all read ers of The Times, except employes and their families. It is not neces sary that you be a subscriber to enter. Copies are on file at the pub lic library and in the office of The Times, where the puzzles may be traced or copied free of charge. If further information is desired, write the Jigsaw Contest Editor, en closing a stamped self-addressed en velope for reply. Remember, you have until midnight, Feb. 25, to pre pare and mail your entry. Boy Coastex Killed by Auto Pi I nit at Press EVANSVILLE. Ind, Feb. 13.—A coasting accident resulted in the death Sunday of Alvin Reinhart. 7. His sled was struck by an automo bile driven by J. O. Davis, 51. Madiscnville. Ky. STAINLESS Same formula . . same price. In \ original form, too, if you prefer W-sV&KS QVE*W MiLLION JARS USED YEARLY 1 decide who you think will be who j in the cabinet, and paste these pic \ tures on the bodies shown in the j above drawing. The photos to appear the next j three days jyill be those of the ! thirty-two most actively supported cabinet possibilities. Maybe you have a hunch that someone not on ' that list will be appointed. In that Day-Time Group in North Part of City Will Be Established. UEISURE HOUR CALENDAR TUESDAY Garfield park community house. Mt. Jackson Club, B,* Collier street. Bccrh Grove Club, Holy Name school auditorium. t WEDNESDAY Brookside park community house. J. T. V. Hill community house. Prospert-Sherman Drive Club. Khodius park community house. THURSDAY Crispus Attucks hifh school. Olympic Club. FRIDAY Christian park community house. Ft. Wayne and Walunt Club. Fletcher Place community center. Municipal Gardens community house. Michigan and Noble Club, School 9, at 71(1 East Vermont street. Oak Hill Club, School 38, at 2030 Win ter avenue. Nebraska Cropsey Club. School 22, at 1251 South Illinois street. School 16. at 1102 West Market street. School 26, at 1301 East Sixteenth street. School 34, at Kelly and Boyd streets. School 67, at 3615 West Walnut street. Twenty Leisure Hour Club pro grams are scheduled for this week. A petition has been reecived by the Leisure Hour Club headquarters, asking for a daytime .club in the north part of Indianapolis. The petitioners have lumber ready with which to make their own tables and benches, and an effort is being made now to find a club room. Names on the petition are Mrs. Mae Sherfick, 443 West Thirty-first street; Kuntz Meat Market, 349 West Thirtieth street; Colliers Shoe Shop. 347 West Thirtieth street; Mrs. Charles Schwert, 350 West Thirtieth street; Charles E. Spires 2951 Shriver avenue; R. J. Homer, 611 Udell street; T. J. Poulter, 343 West Thirtieth street; L. F. Gray, 343 West Thirtieth street, and Paul A. Toole, 459 West Thirty-first street. A special committee is to be ap pointed to take over the work of day-time Leisure Hour clubs. Six of these clubs are ready to begin work. Oak Hill club had an attendance of 550 Friday night. The club has organized a barter system, and will begin work soon under a ledger sys tem. Permission has been given the new young women's division of the Nebraska Cropsey club to use the sewing and home economics rooms at School 22. A The Beriault- school will furnish a coach for the young men of the Nebraska Cropsey club in their plays. Mrs. William Beeson will meet with the women of the Oak Hill club on Thursday to direct them in square dances. Night Coughs Nothing stops a night cough as quickly as Piso's. For Piso's does the needed things. Swallowed slowly it clings to the throat, soothes in flamed tissues and loosens the mucus. Working internally Piso's destroys the cold germs and breaks up infection. Contains no opiates. Safe for children. 35c and 60c sizes, all druggists. DICA’C For Coughs iDv 9 and Colds Men’s and Women^s CLOTHING ON EASY CREDIT ASKIN & MARINE CO. 127 W. Washington St. SBBSSSSBBB EVANS* ELSAAE FOR ALL PURPOSES ifilr 204 Kresge Bldg. Washington and Pennsylvania THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES | case, write in the name or paste in ! another picture of your favorite, if you have one. ; You have until midnight Wednes- I day, Feb. 22, to make your decision. When you have completed your layout, mail or bring it to the Cab tfym. DIAMOND i/i. with an ENTIRELY NEW TYPE of MOTOR FUEL! Always leading in new developments ... jr“" X, / X always establishing standards of quality . . . 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Capitol Ave. Elkin* Service Station Hanna Ave. and Carson Huff Service Station ■ ■ ‘ • \ Diamond Service station . . H. Mashineton and Holt Road Draher Electric Service 1919 Valley Ave. Citizens Motor Car Cos iiW N. Meridian St! s Losey Motors. Inc 1319 K. Meridian St. inet Contest Editor, Indianapolis Times. Judges will be named within a few days. Their decision will be final. First prize will be $10; second, $7.50; third, $5; fourth, $2.50. 1 With your layout, you must write a statement of not more than 100 words as to why you made your choices. This is to be used only in case of a tie in the pictures. Now watch for the first set of pictures Tuesday. BILLY SUNDAY IS ILL; LONG REST ORDERED Evangelist Is Stricken in Sermon in lowa. Ry T'nitcd Press DES MOINES. la.. Feb 13.—Five physicians announced after a con- With This • _ Ad ONLY! jjj A Cowhide Regular [y vnA Ts 117 T> $6.00 Value 1 rtH.lv GLADSTONE BAG With This QQ With This Ad Only Ad Only . PAGE 5 sultation here that the Rev. Wil liam A. 'Billy* Sunday's condition is serious, and that he must rest for three months. Sunday was stricken with acute indigestion and a heart ailment while preaching here on Saturday night. He is 69 years old. He plans, if sufficiently recovered, to leave for California Tuesday. It was said his evangelistic engage ments for the next few months would be canceled.