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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              E OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 KILLED IN AUTO CRASHES OVER WEEK END ST DFFipms Many Hurt Jailed as Traffic Violators OIL N California Highways and in Cities Auto accidents cost the lives of jtevon persons two of them women j over tho weekend hi Northern Cal ifornia police reportcdl The dead ara Dr S Richard Arthur 29 Sacra mento physician and University of j Cahfornia graduate Mrs Adelaide Whitney 28 Bur lingame Mcs Miles Smith 50 Cehtervillo Roland Goaiesi 21 El Solyo Eancho Stanislaus Cpunty George Reese 79 Salinas Clarence E Tcrldns 32 Vallojo Tack Main 59 Sonoma Valley rancher JfaVSICIAN ON WAV HOME FROM GAME Dr Arthur was killed and his bride of 10months Mrs Betty Gunr S daumArthur was injured when the car in which they were returning from the Big Game collided witha truck trailer onthe Davis Highway three miles west otSacramento Mrs Whitney was tilled in an auto collision in SarFrancisco be twoeni the taxicab in which she andi MissEleanor 155 Twenty founlh Avenue San Francisco were returning to Burlingame after he another cab driven byj ffred Wacren15 Britton Stecet Miss suffered minor injuries and State Government Cost Is Per Capita Yearly Following is the third in a scries by George E Hclnmr Cltiaf of the United Press Sacramento Bureau dnaling with ilia states finances causes of the deficit and suggested remedies By GEORGE E HELMER United Press Staff Correspondent Copyright by tho United Press SACRAMENTO Nov this list wag care of the insane man woman and child in California feebleminded Juvenile delinquents 1 h must reach down into his purse and give the state during the narcotic addicts and the blind with a total cost of 99 cents per Cali fornian 3 SOUGHT IN neithei Warren nor John Blanco Ellis Street driver of the wornonfs cab were hurt Both drivers were on manslaughter charges Mas Smith was run down by a cnr duiven by Clarence DuPnnt 28 Mil pitas noar her home DuPont was questioned by police bub was not heldi Cooles was founddead nenr his cvei turned machine oh the highway near Modesto yesterday Police said blowout of a front tirehad causadi the accident t Perkins a Mare Island Navy Yard worker was killed when his car col lided with one driven by Thomas Evans Napa oil man at Napa Sun day Eyans suifanei a bwoken cqlr lac bone and Mass Nancy Fallchy and John Accruislapaco of Vallejo passengers with Perkins suffered minor cuts and bruises Main was killed afc Santa Bosa by car driven of Sonoma Anthony Ramponi Reese died in a Salinas hospital of Injui ies received when he was dowrii truck onlha high there Two S F Celebrants Of Bijsi Game Dead SAN FRANCISCO Nov San Francisco men William Waller Katenbrink 54 8BO Thirtysecond Avenue and Monroe Iohnstorje24 unemployed clerk 153 Turk Street died yesterday after post Big Game celebrations Katenbrink died at the wheel of his car as he was garaging it at his horne Police said death was caused by a heart attack Jbhnslone died in n SnM from n fourstory fire escape as he at tempted to crawl along the balcony Into his apartment after attending a aecies of house parties police said San Mateoans Jailed As Auto Hits Pole SAN FRANCISCO Nov Newlon Clcaveland and William Feller both of San Mateo were jailed on drunk charges here after their auto struck a telegraph pole police reported next two years if California ex Maintenance of the port of San pccts to pay its bills continue Francisco cost each person 44 cents operating its public schools and maintain its credit Fortyeight dollars apiece a small sum when spread over a twoyear period It would mean a month from each inhabitant But state financial heads frankly do not know just how to go about ob Full Confession of Plbt to Get Insurance Firm Is Claimed by Prosecutor US Revenue Workers Face Plot Charges Two Headquarters Officials Ousted and Others Also Wait Grand Jury Prole narcotic laws cost 34 cents for each inhabitant of the State Each person paid 30 cents toward conservation and development of fish and game forests State parks oil and mineral resources 30 cents toward payments on the general tainins that a month or 50 cents bonded dcbl 2G cents ror protection and development of agriculture 23 a week Onethird of the amount or each will be paid through the 2Vi per cent sales tax Most of the remainder must be collected by means of new taxes since it would be impractical for the state to send cents for assessments and collection of taxes 19 cents for courts 15 cents for maintenance of military and veterans homes Administration of social welfare cost only one cent emergency relief tw cents the at 11 1 vLt i v representatives about to collect tolncygenerars office three cents monthly from everybody PAID LAST BIENNIUM Each person in the state theoreti cally paid to the state general fund during the present biennium That was not enough to meet ex penses The treasury will show a shoutage of931000000 June 30 1935 Expanses will have totaled In order to make up that deficit and pay the bills during the next two years per head will be needed Where doen this money go asks the average person More than onehalf of the total amount turned into the general fund went to education during the past your More than half will con tinue lo be devoted to education during tho next two years Snoakingtheoretically because evouybody does not share equally in tho uoslj ot person contributed toward expenses of the public school sys tem during the past year GAJBE OF INSANE General State government cost per person The heaviest item QUERY URGED NEW YORK Nov tirnpny con earning an alleged Fascist group given by MajorGen ojjbr Smedlcy D Butler merits fur ther inquiry the congressional com mittee investigating unAmerican nctlyities announced today As the cvicJeuce stands a dos sior said it calls for an explanation that the committee has been unable to obtain Judgment was not passed on tes timony so far Heard but it was announced that Robert StqvUng Clark Wall Street broker would be He was represented in the statement as Having financed to the extent of the activi ties of Gerald C MacGuire bond salesman Butler as the man who tried to persuade him to lead an army of 500000 to Wash ington The committee announced it had no reason lo summon General Hugh S Johnson General James G Har bord Thomas W Lamont and John W Davis Three Hurt in Left Hand Turn on Road HAYWARD Nov per pons one a woman were hurt here yesterday in an auto collision on the HaywardSan Lcnndro High way near Ashland AI were treated at Hayward Hospital Robert C Aitkens 49 and his wife Odyssa 16 of Hayward and Louis Wolfe 55 1427 Pine Street Paso Robles were injured The ac cident occurred when Aikens at tempted to make a left turn The other machine was driven by Alvis Wolfe of Paso Robles Highwav Patrolman Hurt in Collision HAYWARD Nov Bat Larsen Stale Highway patrolman was in Hayward today recovering from serious cuts anc bruises received yesterday when his motorcycle collided with an auto driven by James Partridge of San Lcandro near Hayward GOVERNOR COST 1 CENT The Governor and Lieutenant Governor cost each person in the State one cent Administration of liquorcontrol required an outlay ot 10 cents per person Public health was supervised for five cents each In addition to paying to ward public schools each person contributed toward operation of the University of California teachers colleges and classes for the physically handicapped Of all the general fund expendi tures therefore education demands by far the most In an estimated budget ol for the next two years is listed for schools for interest and Sinking fund for old age pensions for orphans aid for employees retirement fund for the blind 000 for teachers pension All of these are fixed charges fixed by the Constitution and cannot be decreased by the Legisla ture OTHER EXPENSES Additionally is re quired for operating expenses of the Slate government Most of this goes to salaries and supplies On top of the estimated budget of which must be paid by taxation revenue ot one kind and another about must be spent during the next two years to improve State hospitals and other institutions must be avail able to meet interest on Slate I O Us registered warrants issued in lieu of a n d approximately at least must be raised for unemployment relief This brings the total to 000 which must be taken from the pockets of Californias 6000000 in habitants Dues llic Indi vidual Contribute to llie Cost o Cov errinient WASHINGTON Nov Combatting what officials described was a farreaching conspiracy to CHICAGO Nov j defraud taxpayers and the govern I ment Secretary Morgenthau has the Internal Revenue Bureau one a Operation of prisons criminal lntm oeuiuiaij identification and enforcement of lttolnoys planned today to ask Im I dismissed two employees of indictments against at least three of seven men accused of plotting to wreck the Abraham Lincoln Life Insurance Company and three Indianapolis banks Assistant Stales Attorney Vernon Thompson unearthed the purported conspiracy after a conscience stricken bank clerk confessed that he had aided in passing of bogus checks through Amalgamated Trust Savings Bank of Chicago Thompson indicated that he will seek indictments for Joseph Baiata oxconvict and confidence man named as the archconspirator of the plot Gustav Lindquist former Minnesota insurance commissioner and since October president of the Abraham Lincoln Company and Hayden Sanders once assistant cashier of the Amalgamated bank and since treasurer of the insurance company TWO ARRESTED Baiala and Sanders are under ar rest Lindquist who wilh Sanders was ousted from office in the insur ance company when it merged with the Illinois Bankers Assurance Company Friday disappeared from his home Thursday and is a fugitive Thompson and Assistant States Attorney Dod Healy asserted that they have a full confession from Sanders that he and Lindquist under Baiatas direction drew fraudulent checks on the insurance company to make a pay ment on its purchase at a price of They also held a confes sion by Otto Van Derek the 23 yearold bank clerk whose bothered conscience slarled the investigation Van Derek may be exempted from prosecution STOLEN BONDS INVOLVED The prosecutor said the accused men planned to finance the balance of the insurance company purchase price as well as of the Indianapolis banks by buying stolen bonds from criminals nl 10 and 15 cents on the dollar and substititling them for legitimate assets of the institutions portfolios Workman Falls 47 Feet Slightly Hart ALAMEDA Nov Ivan covich in Ihe argot of the street can take it While working on a scaffold on the new Park Street Bridge he fell 47 feet on to a pile of rock At Ihe Alarneda Emergency Hospital they discovered he suffered only contusions on the left side anc back He lives at 26CO Sixteenth Street Oakland responsible official and will seek a number of indictments before the District of Columbia Grand Jury Authoritative sources said two prominent New York tax con sultants are alleged to have con spired with the revenue bureau employees to fix important tax cases pending before the bureau EVIDENCE COLLECTED Indictment of at least two and possibly six persons was described as possible as a result of a mass of evidence to be presented to the Grant Jury by special agents of the intelligence unit of the Internal Revenue Bureau The investigation which led to disclosure ot the alleged plot was conducted under direction of Guy T Helvering internal revenue com missioner OTHERS TO BE OUSTED One official and an auditor at headquarters of the bureau here and two revenue agents attached to the New York office of the bureau are said to be implicated The of ficial and auditor were dismissed quietly several weeks ago upon completion of a preliminary in quiry and the agents probably will be dropped shortly it was said The high ranking official is said to have been in a position to pass upon tax cases in which legal pro ceedings were contemplated He is alleged to have been influenced by the outside tax advisers to quash cases against certain clienls ot the New York firm Wickham Havens Veteran Real Estate Developer Is Dead SUTION Roosevelt Said Ready to Explore New Recovery Ideas Soldier Bonus Etc AIR NURSE WARM SPRINGS Ga Nov Roosevelt today con ferred with Senate administration loaders to chart the New Deals 1935 legislative program Calling in Senator Pat Harrison chairmnn of the finance committee and Senator Joe T Robinson ma jority leader the chief executive it was understood was ready to ex plore in detail various recovery proposals as well as issues such as the soldier bonus which the American Legion is demanding im mediate payment in full Senators Harrison and Robinson reported fo the President that a general survey indicated strong bonus sentiment was felt in Wash ington but would not offer public forecasts on the situation Other close administration friends however predicted that if a meas ure calling for immediate payment of bonus certificates was passed it would be regarded by the President solely in the light of regular legis lation and it would be up to Con gress to find Ihs money The end of the week Mr Roose velt was scheduled to confer on proposed relief expenditures with Harry Hopkins FERA head Other callers were to be Post masterGeneral James A Farley James A Moffett housing admin istrator and Frank Walker former chief of the National Emergency council During the weak the President planned to carry forward his sys tematic study of economic condi tions throughout the country He will see Rudolf Hechu oE New Or leans president of the American Bankers Association who will pre sent reports of developments in the national financial picture Continued From Page 1 at was present with Mrs Havens the bedside when death came A daughter Mrs Sally Colvin left Reno today for Oakland to aid in making funeral arrangements Meanwhile the body is at the Albert Brown parlors in Piedmont Avenue He also loaves two brothers Paul Havens connected with the mechan ical depurlmcnt of the Easlbay Municipal Utility District and Scyd Havens slock and bond operator now in New York Havens took up His residence in Moraga when his health began to fail 41 year ant a half ago Four clays ago he suddenly took n turn for the worse He passed away be fore a physician could reach the home Smashed Car Driver Cited as Speeder BERKELEY Nov Hen derson Jr 21 sophomore student the University of California 2620 Bancroft Way was arrested on a charge of speeding early today de spite the fact that the bumper on nis car was dragging the steering ear broken and the front oJ the machine caved in Patrolman Robert La Rue who stopped Henderson at San Pablo and University Avenues for mak ing 45 miles an hour found the student covered with blood Hen derson explained that he had hit a pole in Emeryville while seeking to avoid a drunken pedestrian anc was on his way to a fraternity house where he resides He war given a fiveday notice for travel ling in excess of 25 milesan hour Bandits Enter Home And Torture Woman CHICAGO Nov young bandits used iurturt today lo force Mrs Katherine Nyquist 30 to reveal the hiding place of in her home They entered by rep resenting themselves as telegraph company messengers then burned her finger with matches until she produced her money Her husband a mail carrier is ill in a hospital A NEW TASTETHRILL for CandyLovers New lo Oakland but old candy favorites of thousands throughout ihe United made here from the original unsurpassed recipes Treat yourself lo the finest candy your swccltooth has ever experienced Opening 27lh prrannnllr 17 J H Overhauser originator of the famous f M Trail Toffee formerly of Portland Ore A TN T 372 Fourteenth Street between Franklin and Webster eliqhtfully f ere lit cotck 100 SCOTCH WHISKIES Everybody admits the Dewar flavor is different Most people agree its better Taste it Straight or in highballs youll like it better Pronounced f Doorv tOMIimlMrOKTIR LTD Park AVI Post Seeks Record Of 50000 Feet BABTLESVILLE Olda Nov Post will attempt to create n new airplane altitude record on the first day weather is favorable he saidtoday Post arrived yesterday from Chi cago flying through rain fog and headwinds Post will be equipped with an oxygon helmet special design Ellen Du Pont Meeds Wins Reno Divorce RENO Nev Nov Ellen Du Pont Meeds daughter of Francis Du Pont won a secret and uncontcstcd divorce today from Molly day Meeds New York broker now living at Fahr Springs Cal on her charge ot cruelty Tucson Dance Hall Owners Plea of Not Guilty Try to Cut Bail Met by Testimony PHOENIX Ariz Nov Oscar H Robson former Tucson dance hall proprietor charged with sending extortion notes in the June Robles kidnaping last April waa brought befoie Daniel Hurley U SJ Commissioner here today for liminary hearing He pleaded inoti j guilty Mr and Mrs Fernando Robfes parents of little June were pres ent for the hearing as was Mrs Robson Appel testified he had examined 15 or 20 specimens of Robsons handi writing in arriving at his conclu sions He said he picked Robsonsf handwriting from 25 miscellaneous specimens submitted to him by De partment of Justice agents All of the extortion notes ransom for Junes return were printed with a pencil Charles A Appel Department of Justice handwriting expert testi fied that extortion notes in the kidf naping and specimens of Oscar Robsons handwriting introduced byj the government were written byj the same person i Defense counsel announced that by establishing Robsons absence from the State at the time of the kindaping of little June they hoped to have Robsons bond reduced from the figure to which it waSi hiked soon after his arrest Mother Nature was faster than a transcontinental plane so Miss Dorothy Gillette stewardess had lo play nurse lo a litter of baby rats born to a Ihymus treated mother rat hound for tlie University of Caliiornia Aviation may have taken tremen dous strides in the past few years but the fastest of transcontinental airplanes still cant beat Mother Nature This was proved to the chagrin of Dr H M Evans professor of biology at the University of California upon the arrival at the Oakland Airport of a United Airlines plane The plane carried a cage contain ing a fourth generation thymus treated scientific rtl in which Dr Evans was vitally interested He had planned to be on hand when the fifth generation arrived in order to make scientific observa tions but Mother Nature was too fast even for the speedy plane The fifth generation was born as the plane sped through space to the coast General Rezoning Plan The proposed new general rezon ing plan for Oakland should btj adopted immediately wilh only one change according to a communica tion received by the city clerk to day from E B Field real estate dealer Field took exception to the paragraph which states that no land subdivided for residential purposes shall contain less than 5000 square foot per lot as he contended that 1000 square feet are ample but otherwise he declared that the zoning plan should be put through The matter comes to the attention of the City Council tomorrow 2 Officers Kidnaped In Own Patrol Car PARIS Tex Nov policemen were kidnaped today by two men who sped awny with the officers in their own patrol carj The Baker and H R gone lo a filling station to investigate a car men in the car covered the of ficers with guns transferred shot guns rifles and pistols to the policw cnr and fled CHARLES RUGGtES MARY BOtAND GARY As easy on the thront as n velvet collar No youre wrong as easy on the throat as a pearl nccklacel Old Golds are as biteless as a newborn babe smooth as honey sUrs fold me about Golds throa tease DING COIBERT Old Golds Jive my lliront a pickmciip villiont a let down IcanlnfTord irritation I oant afford to he without Old Golds Register thronlease means Light nn Old Gold in my language Premier Motion Pic tureDircotor Mr de Millc is now directing The Crusndes he most spectacular drama ever filmed Wotchforitl A ERI CftS CICA   

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