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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 D U S GREAT BRITAIN NAVAL ACCORD IS PROPOSED INFORMAL ICT URGED JUMERICS Nations Would Not Compete Match Level Of Sea Power by Japan By FREDERICK KTTH tJnlled Press Staff Correspondent Copyright 1034 by United Press LONDON Nov 26 delegates to the Naval Conference have suggested to the British the possibility of an informal agree ment by which if the Washington Naval Treaty lapsed they would not build against each other but might be free to match Japans level it was understood today It was said that the British showed no desire to enter into any such agreement As outlined it was understood the proposal was lhat Britain and the United Slales would pledge themselves informally not to race against each other They would inform each other regarding their building programs Neither would object to the other building up to any strength to which Japan took its navy The reported proposal it was said was made on the theory that if Japan denounced the Washington treaty and no other was negotiated it was withdrawing from what amounted to a Pacific league Amer ica Britain France and Italy should try to retain the essence of the Washington Treaty and Japan would be at liberty to adhere to it at any lime it was understood Japanese Ambassador T s u n e o Matsudaira visited Norman H Davis chief American delegate to day The spokesman for the American delegation denied reports that Mal sudaira yesterday outlined to Davis in rough form the Japanese inten tions as regards denouncing the Washington Treaty The subject was not discussed he said Gloria Vanderbilt Goes to Church Upon Court Order GARDEN CITY N Y Nov Gloria Vanderbilt has started attending church although the Supreme Court order saying she must do so does not become effective for another four weeks It was a wideeyed shy 10yearold heiress to 52800000 who lis encd yesterday as Catholic priest cad from the criptiires there hall be great ribulation such as i a t h not been rom I h e begin ling of the world jntil now Gloria was ac ompanied to St osephs Church n this Long INSUlt L 4Story Plunge Kills Oaklander I will go out and work at anything to get m baby back said Mrs Gloria Morgan Van derbilt as her attorneys prepared new appeal Iron the courts order giving general custody of the chile to Mrs Harry Payne Whitney Mrs Vanderbii is to be allowed to sec the child on weekends P photo EXONERATION V e r d i c I o f A cqu i Hal Ts Cause of Exultation by Former Nazi Boycott Launched at on Delegates oF 12 Nations Take Action to Reform Force German or Oust Hitler Utility Magnate By ROBERT T LOUGIIRAK United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON Nov Kales bf 12 nations including Jews Roman Catholics anclN Protestants met today under the chairmanship of Samuel Unlermeycr New York at the opening session of the In ternational Boycott Conference CHICAGO Nov aimed chiefly at Germany The AttorneyGeneral Homer Cummings j meeting adopted a resolution pro demands further prosecution United scnfed by Unlermeyev establishing H i an organization to be known as n in is states DistrictAttorney Dwisht H slaml community n v f by her aunt Mrs H a r r y Pa y n e Vhitney a slim governess n tocky bodyguard n formal attire nd a chauffeur Mrs W h i t n e y sculptress and so ciety matron was nwarded general custody of the child in Mrs Vanderbilts fight o recover her daughter Mrs Vanderbilt us a Catholic and Justice John F a r e w directed that Gloria be jrought up in thai No action will be taken to ap peal the decision of Justice Carcw that awarded cus tody of Gloria to Mrs Whitney un til Justice Carew replies to a writ of mandamus be foio the appellate court F r i d a y Justice Carcw has been required to a writ of habeas corpus brought by the mother Mrs Gloria Van d e r b i 1 t in hei tight to rcgair custody Green is prepared to drop all fur her charges against Samuel Insull was learned today Samuel Gray 77 partially blind retired Oakland business man was kilted ycslsvday in fall from a win dow in his fourth floor apartment at Thirteenth and Jackson streets He was found dying on a cement court which adjoins the apartment house by the manager Mrs Ethel Fisher Gray and his son Floyd a former president of the Oakland Board of Education were planning to leave Oakland The son told police his father wns leaving Oakland against his will and had been morose since he death of his wife iasl February The son was visiting the grave of his mother when his father fell to his death Police learned lhat Gray had complained of dizzy spells and the need of fresh air He was unable to walk the use of a cane The cane was founo lying on a fire escape under the window from which he plunged For many years Gray was the manager of a scale company in Oak land q I TRlftl G I Japanese Minister Of Finance Resigns TOKYO Nov no bu Fujii finance minister in Pre mier Keisuke Okadas cabinet re signed today shortly after it had been announced illness would pre vent his attending to his duties The resignation was submitted tn Premier Okada who had no imme diate comment It was known how ever that even before the an nouncement of Fujiis retirement the cabinet head was looking for a successor Fujiia conservative financier had served 25 years in a bu reau post in the finance department was said lo be suffering from a lung ailment Alfred C Read Jr former Oak land broker allaround athlete and manaboutiown today won a con tinuance in San Francisco municipal court where he is charged with de frauding an innkeeper He won the slay on he plea that he was nnt represented by an at torney and that he had oilier busi ness which would hamper pro ceedings there For one thing Read has a previ ous is he is due to appear in Oakland Police Court on December 33 to answer a charge lhat he has failed lo provide for his two children Alfred Read HI 5 and Peggy 3 Appearing before Municipal Judge Daniel S OBrien today was Arthur H Garland who said he had tried unsuccessfully since last July to collect a hotel bill of from Read The defendants plea however won a continuance until December 18 The neglect complaint was sworn a by Mrs Marinn Ynung Rend former wife of Reads who recently won a judgment against Claire Windsor film star on a charge of alinnalinri of affections The jurlcmenl was set aside but a settlement was made out of court according to a subsequent an nouncement by attorneys The f La whitehaired Salle Street little madinol in better days the World NonSectarian Anli Kazi Council to Champion Human Rights A resolution presented by Philip WARS OVER Robinson Who Abducted for Ransom Mrs Berry Stall Near Nashville Sought NASHVILLE Tenn Nov announced early today they had a report Thomas H Robinson Jr accused as the kidnaper of Mi s Berry V Stoll of Louisville for ransom was seen late Sat urday in Franklin Tenn 1R miles from here Word that Robinson was seen Guedalla was adopted expressing camc n police through C B Favis delerminnlion to cooperate with or xulted volubly at his acquittal and hose of his son and fifteen friends if swindling investors in his 00000 Corporation Securities Com pany and predicted confidently that other charges will be dismissed INSULL JUBILANT Another there is an other bring the same ver dict he said That verdict Salur lay was the beginning of my com plete vindication Martin Insull brother of Samuel s scheduled o be tried December i on embezzlement charges in a slate court Samuel faces the same charge His son Samuel Jr is iceused of embezzlement in Lake Dimly Indiana of funds of the Northern Indiana Public Service ompany But all of the court battles still awaiting them made little differ ence to the Insulls today APPEARS YOUNGlt Lust Summer Samuel Insullcame back from Turkey to a jail cell looking like an acutely ill man He spenl several days in the county jail hospital and fainted in court when arraigned Today romping through the twelve rooms of he familys a month quarters with his grandson and a Scottie pup he looked a decade younger than his 75 years Insull said he has no plans for the future and intends to think ol nothing but the matter in hant until the charges remaining against him are disposed of Wiley Post to Try for New Altitude Record BARTLESVILLE Okla Nov 26 Post chocked the Win nie Mae and his special stratosphere flying equipment today for his at tempt probably tomorrow to break the world altitude record for air planes The flight will be made from Phil lips Airport under sponsorship o Frank Phillips oil man Post said he expected to take of after 8 a m tomorrow and that the flight probably would be over h noon He arrived yesterday from Chicago WASHING AT A BARGAIN PRICE THRIFTY SERVICE I c perlb with Fraf Work ironed Wearing Apparel slightly damp Shirts ironed for each additional LAUNDRY CO and EXCELSIOR Dry Cleaning Phone LA keside 0624 American nl 1 Laundering Germans Turn Over Czech School Seal PRAHA Czechoslovakia Nov 2fi students of the German University today relinquished the ancient university insignia for de livery to the Czech University The rclinrjuishmcnt came in the midst of intense excitement follow ing the clash Saturday between students of the Czech and German Universities in which several were injured SAN FRANCISCO Nov 2fi romance of a year ended in a Post Street apartment last night with the possibly fatal shooting of Mrs Pearl Hague 37 and Ihc suicide of Charles Rohr 42 Woundptl in the head and one arm TVIrs Hapiie tlrnggcd herself In a telephone and railed the police Mien slumped unconscious near Ihe body of the man who until a week apo she hail intro duced as her husband Police who broke in the door afler Mrs Hagues almost unintel ligible summons by phone found Rohr already dead and the woman in a critical condition At the Central Emergency Hos pital she regained consciousness and snid hat she and Rohr had quar reled a week ago At that time she said he moved from her apartr mcnt at 930 Post Street lo an apart ment a few doors away at 970 Post Last night she said he rang her doorbell When I nprnril MIR door she said lie rushed past me HK went to my dressing table and picked up two 520 hills that were on it I protested He wheeled nroumi drew a ffiin antl shot me Kohr evidently shot himself im mediately afterward placing the pistol against his right temple the police said Rumania Suppresses Communist Group BUCHAREST Rumania Nov 2G Communist organization in Rumania were dissolved ant their property confiscated today b order of Ihc military authorities The action was regarded as a pre venlive measure in view of the re ported attempt of Communists t oil fields and race who arc making f torts to insure just treatment for 11 German subjects without dis inction COMMITTEES NAMED The conference named two com niltees to study means achieving ooperalion and listened to ad dresses by Walter Citrine Unlcr neyer Paul Tcissonieres of Belgium nd Richard Beamish and Mrs Mark Harris of the United States Ml made fervent pleas for coopcra ion to further the AntiNazi boy cott William Green on behalf of the American Federation of Labor sent i message slating hut the Federa tion urges continuation of the boy cott and intensification of its cn orccmcnt AIHIS OF CONFKKKNCE Untcrmcyers resolution provides or enforcement of worldwide eco nomic sanctions against Germany until either the Hitler regime has aeon driven from power by the torce of world opinion expressed in its economic isolation or until it estores the rights and properties of organized labor reinstates re ligious freedom repeals antiJewish legislation ceases persecution and discrimination against Jews re a Nashville insurance agent who ilephoncd the Nashville police st night from Huntsville Ala Paris told them that he picked p two hitchhikers a man and wife hoy said that Robinson hitch liked with them Saturday from Ky to Franklin Tenn They id entitled the man aris said by Department of Jus ice pictures The couple assented the man give he truck driver with whom they vere riding two or three bills ipon reaching Franklin Then they aid the youth gave the husband ome money and asked him to go lo i restaurant and buy a sandwich The couplq whose home is in lunlsvillc declared the man car suitcase obtained a ride in another truck headed toward Nashville stores the still us of the property of Masonic lodges and reinstates the rights and privileges of womanhood The resolution provides Cor the raising of a preliminary fighting fund of Police Aid Sought For Missing Woman Fear lhat his wife May 129 ma attempt to commit suicide cause Ernest Pavon 3020 Allendale Ave nvie lo enlist police aid in a scare after she failed lo return humc las night Pavon told officers his wife wa despondent and had threatened t lake her life on a number of occa sions She left the house ycslcrda noon and failed lo relurn Chisli Nears From Mounting Jealousy Between Army And Picked Guards Claim Earthquake Rocks Manila 36 Minutes MANILA Nov 2G V An earthquake which lasted 36 min utes shook Manila tonight wreck ing numerous bamboo dwellings in the slum districl and damaging a few downtown buildings Police nad noreports of any injuries al though two women were taken to hospitals suffering from hysterics The quake was declared lo be the most severe felt here in several years Power lines windows anci the cornices of downtown buildings were wrecked by the temblors crowd of panic stricken residenlr carried Iho image of a patron sain lo a chapel The quake apparently was centered 35 miles southwest o Manila There were no casuallic reported north of here DitUIDS HONOll HEAD SANTA CRUZ Nov than fiOO members of the Saul Crur Druid Lodge oldest and lavs est in the State yesterday attendee a banquet here in honor o Grand Chief Druid Joseph Law rence of San lose Lawrence wa here on his annual visit to th lodge The way of true love didnt run so smoothly for Margaret Sullavan and William Wyler her director They quarreled frequently in the ten weeks they knew each over the film drama theyre mak ing of so decided lo end it all by a runaway mar P plwlo By A D STEFFERUD Associated Press Foreign Staff BERLIN Nov simi lar to those preceding the June30 Nazi purge were heard with re newed insistence today because of growing disaffection between Schulz Staffel picked guards and lha Reichswehr regular Each organizalion enlarged and changed through the reduction of brownshirted storm troops eels its superiority over the other lould be recognized by Chancellor iller A number of observers gree Hiller will soon be called pon to choose between them Heinrich Himler commander of e blackgarbed S S has cabinet atus and his organization is be oming increasingly powerful Nazi torm troops picked for the S S are tiowing the rancor they felt when ic storm troops after carrying Nazidom to power were relegated o an inferior place following the Roehm revolt The Reichswehr it is known be ieves some of ils traditional non political character was destroyed by he oath of fealty to Hitler n their behalf but lhat its superior ty over a mere party group cannot be questioned HOLLYWOOD Nov 2G Margaret Sullavan motion pictur actress and her director William Wylcr eloped by airplane lo Yuma Ariz yesterday and were marriec returning immediately to Holly wood Justice Aj E Freeman knoSvh a the marrying Judge of Yuma per formed the ceremony After a hasly wedding luntHeo at Yuma the pair took off in the chartered airplane for Hollywooc reaching here in in id afternoon The marriage came as a siivpris to Hollywood Sludio attachessai when the pair began work on Sullavansiiew picture 10 weeks ag that their quarrels over details the production were undisguised Crimes Laid to Confessed Bandit MODESTO Nov least one of six youths under arrest in Sacra mento and Stockton today charged with a series of holdups throughout the Stockton and Sacramento val leys committed two crimes within the last few weeks Police Chief Lee E Smith declared Mike Marvich 19 is alleged by Chief Smith lo have confessed holding up a service station here last Tuesday night escaping with and to have taken an automo bile at the point of a gun from a holel garage a few days earlier Marvich has confessed to counts of robbery in San Joaquin County and is scheduled to be sen tenced in Stockton today CLUB HOST TO CHILDREN OROVILLE Nov Nearly 1000 children were theater guests of the Oroville Kiwanis Club when the children brought old toys that will be repaired and repaintedby club members for distribution to needy kiddies Christmas Day Brakeinan Scalded In Freight Collision WAMSUTTEIJ Wyo Nov 26 brakeman was severely scalded and nearly a score of freight cars overlurncd in a derailment in volving three Union Pacific freight trains during a heavy snowstorm here today The injured trainman is Dan R Lauvver 38 of Rawlins TO SACRAMENTO Save Money Ship your Household Goods via Bekins Reduced Freight Rates to Any Point 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