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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - December 4, 1930, Bakersfield, California Lasted it i 0 n the great newspaper of the Southern san Joaquin Valley vol. We 24 pages Bakersfield California thursday december i 1930 24 pages 108french Cabinet beaten resigns # amp amp # # # amp amp amp # % Federal deficit of # amp for fiscal year Force six maniacs flee from insane Asylum Sec. Meili Haise Hies continuance of one pct. Reduction in income i Evy opposed Hopes for better conditions in 1932 Norris demands probe of higher prices of steel associated Prest gyrated ire Washington dec. 4.�?investigation by the Justice department of an increase of More than $1 a ton in the Price of steel announced yesterday by steel companies was demanded in the Senate today by senator Norris Republican Nebraska. Norris said he believed the Price increase involved a violation of the anti Trust Laws. He called attention to the vast amount of steel to be used in the Public buildings program being seeded to provide employment. Norris speech started the first unemployment debate in the Senate this session. Senator Walsh Democrat. Massachusetts read newspaper dispatches to the effect that Youngstown and Chicago steel prices were expected to a follow suit Quot and declared this seems to me to make out a Strong suspicious Case of railway men to help employers in fight on bus associated press tire Cleveland dec. 4�?officers of the five big brotherhoods of railway employees announced after a conference Here today that a meeting of representatives of the 21 railway labor organizations has been called to meet december 8 in Washington. The conference in Washington will consider plans for obtaining a Shorter working Day in the Railroad Industry and to prepare for a common fight with Railroad operators against the Competition of motor trucks pipelines Waterways and busses. E sex inmates two armed bandits Rob Bank in Escalon of $6000 United press leased wire Stockton dec. 4. A two unmasked bandits held up the Escalon state Bank at Escalon today and robbed it of $6000. When last seen the bandits were headed toward Stockton in a High powered Sedan. Both bandits were armed one carrying an automatic revolver and the other a sawed off Shotgun. After asking for More Money than had been handed out by the tellers the bandits backed out of the Bank and entered a Sedan outside with a Driver at the wheel. Eluding a posse outside of Oakdale they dashed through the Community at a High rate of Speed. Those in the Bank at the time of the Holdup were s. J. Irwin president Dana Morgenson clerk h. L. Morgenson cashier mrs. Elbridge strand clerk and Otis Leech a customer. Supporters Defeated in favourable balance then of $30,600,000 is Visioned Garrison of Brien Kelly Mullen Mckevitt and Hickey honoured latter Democrat of High standing liberators armed Force those in charge to release men associated press leased Wirt it Ashington dec. 4.�?it looks More than Ever As though or. Taxpayer will have to pay i per int More on this year s income than on the last. F resident Hoo to Vasi frauds l. A. County real estate dealer says victims lost .$150,000 other important places to be filled probably by l. men figures for november Given out by president Green of a. F. Of l. Nine in big car asked by Hoover elude pursuers president wants amount As emergency construction United press leased wire los . Dec. 4.�?dlst.-atty. Late bulletin san Francisco dec. 4. A. Pm James Herz former san Francisco supervisor is to be appointed state director of veterans affairs it was announced at or. Rolphi a office late today. Herz is a War Veteran. An Francisco dec. 4. A appointments to six of the key ver and Secretary Mellon see it Buren Fitts said today that Thomas that Way. The presidents oppo i. Casey 7,Huntington Park real action to continuance of the i per estate operator had admitted that Vincent reduction on 1929 incomes to is Ost by tfx in $150,000 and $200,060 positions in the state adm Nistra went to Congreve in yesterday s migh his manipulation of Trust Tion were announced by govenor deeds. The. District attorney said the torts nil of Thorn he. Aged operator expressed a desire a to get it All Over associated press leased wire Washington dec. 4.�?american federation of labor estimates today showed 4,860,000 Labouring men out of work in november. This figure was Given out by William Green president of the federation with a warning that at the rate of increase for Tho past month february would see 7,000,000 jobless. Neither figure covered office workers or farm labourers out of work. The estimate was based on reports flight from Peekskill institution made in big automobile United press leased wire Peekskill n. Y., dec. 4.�?an automobile Load of dangerous maniacs from the Mattawan state Hospital for the criminal insane appropriation United press leased Wirt Washington. Dec. 4.�?president i Hoover in a letter to speaker Long-1 Worth today requested an emergency construction appropriation of $150,000,-000. The presidents letter referred to the emergency plan As one which would Quot avoid the Long delay incidental to the selection of new projects by Lipton receives d. S. Loving cup Gallant British sportsman overcome by heat while delivering speech internal and financial policies of ministry draw foes ire vote attended by wild excitement pres. Dommergue seeks to find new head for government associated press leased wire Paris dec 4.�?the Tardieu Goy the appropriation asked would be distributed As follows department of read As Well As i used to. Who escaped in a daring break from unions in 24 cities checked Early today were hunted along the agriculture $84,324,980 War depart against statistics of the department River roads of Westchester county i�?���?��?T�a�7,293,8. A pertinent of labor and Olfier employment Agen by patrols of police but with twist a a Quot a a a of Eph a men a u a it la associated press leased wire new York dec. 4.�?sir Thomas lepton was presented a cup for his sportsmanship today. But in the Middle of his address accepting it he was ,.,.overcome by the heat in the presen j eminent resigned tonight att for tation chamber at City Hall and a defeat in the Senate following a swayed into his chair without Fin debate on the ministry a internal Ishing. And financial policies. The vote a unfortunately a he apologized As i was 347 to 139. It was the fourth be was assisted to his seat a i can t \ time in the history of the third re Hudge message. The Secretary of the Treasury supported those views today in his annual report. He repeated the forecast of a $180,000,000 deficit when the fiscal year ends next june. While making no recommendation the Treasury head recalled pointing m of 16 yes out a year ago that continuance of Quot the 1 per cent reduction then made Huntington Park dec. 4. A. Pm a 73-Ytar-old Man Thomas m. Casey who left a Bank in Clinton ears ago and came Here to establish himself As a prominent Busi. Ness Man and Community Leader was would depend on the Revenue pros i under arrest today accused of stealing poets this month. These now Indi re pm he a ate that the temporal decrease ran $62,200 from his investment company Here to pay the losses of the Clinton not be continued during the current Ank i a. _ _ Casey was arrested after claims of. Inroads on Public debt lot is had Beon file j agaln8t him by i contrasting with the deficit fore 9 persons who alleged they were Vic cast the 193 i fiscal year surplus was Tom led through the Purchase of Fictl-1 s3, ,89.215. I very bit went toward Titus Trust deeds. A dozen other Setir Mcnol of the Public debt which claims. Approximating $300,000 Are stood at $16,185,308,299 when the year under investigation closed. Casey came Here in 1914 after a \ t calculation a on the future led to a Bank with which he was connected in elect Rolph today All of them be ing allotted to Northern California men. They Are Walter e. Garrison Lodi director of the state department of Public works. Daniel j. O Brien former san Francisco police chief director of the state department of penology. James w. Mullen editor of a local Union labor publication head of the division of labor statistics and enforcement formerly known As the state labor commission. Earl Lee Kelly Redding member of the state Highway commission. Thomas Viz. Hickey attorney for the san Francisco Harbor Board. Hugh k. Mckevitt attorney for the state Highway commission. All of the appointments had been 11 a Quot close cloture de cunning appeared to have Given Treasury of the situation the federation of labor analysis of conditions showed that while the increase was general unemployment was highest in new York Buffalo los Angeles Birmingham Philadelphia. Detroit Chicago and Denver. Railroad employment showed an increase so did the Heaters but building Metal and printing trades clothing industries manufacturing and service industries All lost ground. Request for legislation making possible refunding operations which would aim at putting All or part of the National debt on a lower interest rate Melton awl a be it8 of incr known As a respected Cit elect for ability and to demonstrate an intent toward no partisanship and Clinton had collapsed. As a stranger 1 Here he organized a Small investment anticipated including that of Hickey company which grew to a Comfort who is a Democrat but who won the Able size in tin next decade and made position according to the governor Jim ended with the object of granting the Treasury a Complete Freedom in determining the character of securities to be issued Quot in any refunding and to allow $8,000,000,000 in the new Bond issues to be put out As a re three years ago tile investigators state Unity. Succeeds Meek Garrison is a Modesto District farm Sald customers of the defunct Bank began pressing demands for payment of their losses. It was then the Auer 54 years of age. And of rates a Yunu Mur a pc p. Utu a. A a Hornier alleged that Casey started Large Vineyard at Lodi he served funding operation which would retire fictitious Trust deeds to local overseas with the ninety first Davis lib mounts of of or Loht residents to meet the old claims. Ile i Ion and won promotion from a or Ltd older Aen reaped detectives by paying interest Raincy to major during the War. He Aid holders of u. S. Bonds in the investment it was alleged but Bolds the Reserve rank of colonel. He further his report repeated a transactions were disclosed when succeeds Bert b. Meek As director of recommendation that Congress free purchasers of the deeds attempted Public works income tax payers who buy Federal to resell them. Continued on Page Nineteen the weather fan Francisco Bay Region fair but with occasional a loudness of night and Friday. Mild tempera turf. Light northerly winds. Northern California a fair but with occasional cloudiness tonight and Friday no Chang e in tempera Tore. Gentle to moderate Northwest winds offshore. Sierra Nevada fair but with occasional cloudiness tonight and Friday no change in temperature. Light variable winds. Sacramento. San Joaquin and Santa Clara valleys fair and mild with occasional cloudiness tonight Aud Friday. Light northerly wind. Southern California a fair and mild tonight and Friday. Light northerly winds. Coast reports a High Low Pue. Bakersfield. 50 41 of Itose. 32 30 .10 Eureka. 51 48 of Fresno. 46 of Helena. 36 of los Angeles. 54 of Needles. 52 34 .00 Portland. 50 42 .00 lied Bluff. 64 14 .00 Sacramento. 62 40 .00 Salt Lake City. 34 20 ,00 san is Lego. Is 52 of san Francisco. 60 50 .30 Seattle. 48 38 .00 Tonopah. 42 28 .00 Gums. 42 of Eastern reports Boston. 30 .04 i Etc Azo. 30 28 .00 Cincinnati. 34 30 .00 Pender. 26 .00 Detroit. 28 24 .00 Kansas City. F.4 42 of Memphis. 52 42 .00 Nev Orleans. So 48 .00 Jne a 1 Ork. 30 20 do cttt.burjr30 .00 St louts. To i of St. La aul. 28 16 of the position pays $10,000 and the Holder sits in the gov i Ernora a Council. O Brien Well known i o Brien one of the Best known a in chiefs of police in the country sue l ail Seoi mistrial needs limes a. Johnston As director of penology and chairman of the California crime commission. He too is a member of the governor s coun intoxicated juror United press leased la ire soviet Oil storage unt in 0. S. Stirs associated press leased wire Quot Washington dec 4.�?the threat that construction of a proposed terminal at Baltimore to store russian crude Oil would be with congressional action was made today by chairman fish of the House communist committee. Quot if Baltimore officials agree to take that Money from the american taxpayers to Benefit Russia to the harm of our country they must face til consequences Quot he said. A maybe this proposal will Wake up the Oil producing states to what can happen. The americans Are protected from russian wheat importations by a stiff duty. Hut there is no Protection for lumber and crude their pursuers the slip temporarily j nine men were in the car. Which Ca i reeled through Peekskill in the Early 1 morning hours after a mad ride of is Miles Down the River from Beacon j they comprised William h. Nelson i a former escaped convict inmate of the Asylum and two companions who effected the delivery of six inmates 1 and fled with them. Alarm sounded an alarm was sent out through All the country around the River and eastward to Connecticut. At first the men were believed headed for new i York but seven hours after they were department $170,000. These figures total $151,603,780. The president s letter to Longworth requesting the building appropriation which would be administered by a committee of Cabinet members was in accordance with the unemployment Relief recommendation in his annual message to Congress. Chairman will Wood of the House appropriations committee immediately followed up submission of president Hoover s request by introducing a Bill authorizing the expenditure the president suggested. The appropriations committee is expected to meet Tomor seen in Peekskill no Trace had been Row to consider the measure. Some found of them. Democratic members have opposed the officer Jack White of the Cortland proposal for distribution by the Cabi Winship police told the United press t Coni Mittee Tow he believed the men were hiding along the River where the search entered. State police directed from the Barracks at White Plains led the search. They were reinforced by local police of the various towns. A network of roads spreads through this Region and in the darkness just before Daybreak it was comparatively easy for the men to throw off Pursuit. When they came into Peekskill they almost overturned on one of the Steep streets near the River. Trail lost two of the men in Bare feet some of the fugitives were Only partly dressed when they escaped climbed out and pushed the car Over the incline then boarded it again and the the major party of the appropriation asked would be used for Federal the rest of his address was read for him. I Good will cup a aaa Quot i the a ocl a of Ood will a for w hich it so our 1 thousands of americans subscribed so he might have a Token of America s Good will in lieu of the America s yachting cup which he has tried so vainly to Xvi with his Shamrock vessel was presented at the City Hall by Xia Yor Walker who with the humorist will Rogers arranged the Public subscription for the cup. Sir Thomas began his speech of acceptance by saying a i have never had a higher Honor paid me in the whole of my life than that which has been bestowed on me by the people of America in the form of this most magnificent Loving cup. Receiver proud Quot for Many years i have Felt that i would be the proudest Man in the world if Only i could lift the a America cup a and now the effect of your most wonderful kindness to me is that although i have lost you make me feel As if i had won. In Short you have Public that a vote of no Confidence in the Senate had resulted in the downfall of a ministry. Bitter clash the balloting came As a Climax to a bitter clash Between Premier Tardieu and sen. Reno Hery who charged the Premier with neglecting the country a interests during the recent disturbed condition of the bourse and particularly with regards to the failure of the Oustrich Bank. President dough argue is expected to begin very shortly the usual consultation of political leaders in an Effort to find a new head for the government. The first persons to be called into consultation will be if president is followed the presidents of the Senate and chamber of deputies and Premier Tardieu himself. The leaders of the opposition parties will also to consulted before the president makes his Choice. The Premier had made a vigorous defense of the general policies of the government and was aided by the support of Raymond Poincare former Premier who Only recently returned Highway Aid for Rivers and harbours turned a loser into a Winner in a most and flood control. Of the agriculture remarkable department allotment $80,000,000 is sir Thomas heard Hector Fuller of to Active politics after a Long illness designated for Highway Aid while of the mayors the rest of his bitterly assailed the entire left Wing of the Senate United in a bitter attack on the Cable net and defeat of the government on a a question of Confidence made the i resignation of the Premier imperative. The defeat of the Cabinet came on the eighth vote. Tool and similar projects. The War department request it is pro 1 speech and at the end of the Cere posed to use $25,500,000 for flood Coil monies walked out with a firm tread declaring he Felt Fine again. Will Rogers who was unable to be present said in a Telegram to sir Thomas a you think this is a Fine 1 cup. Say. This is nothing to the one i we Are going to give you when you continued on Page Nineteen last minute news san Francisco dec. 4 because a and pets $3goo a year but does one of the jurors was adjudged too intoxicated to follow the Case a lawsuit in Federal court in which or. In. O. Dinwiddle one time an not have to devote his full time to the duties of the office. Mullen who will receive $500 a ,. Year was chairman of the Union labor league official was the plaintiff was by cd 0f Rolph pre primary cum i declared a mistrial today proceedings were interrupted by the j outspoken remarks of a juror who belligerently asked the court Quot is this Dinwiddle connected in any Way xviii or. Briggs Quot or. Briggs is i a Well known California dry pain Send is editor of the labor Clarion. Kelly succeeds Ralph Bull of Eureka. The governor elect is expected to make his other selections for the Highway commission one each from san Francisco and the san Joa t he court silenced the juror and the Valley and two from Southern action proceeded but attorneys for the California defendants asked for a mistrial. Democrat honoured Hickey is an attorney and has been St. Paul Minn. Dec. 4. U. Pm Lloyd Ruth. 33, state adjutant of the disabled american veterans fell 400 feet from a plane Over West St. Paul today and was killed. Akron. Ohio. Dec. I. U. Pm fourteen persons were injured five seriously late today when an elevator dropped two floors at the Goodrich tire and rubber company Plant. Active in democratic politics for years. Mckevitt also an attorney is a member of the a Francisco civil service commission and chairman of the executive committee of the re Washington dec. 4.�?tax Over publican state Central committee. He assessments of $19,529,315 were re succeeds Harry Encell Over assessments total $19,529,515 United press leased wire London. Dec. 4. A. Pm the Macdonald government scored a Victory in the House tonight when a motion for prolongation of the dyestuffs restriction act was Defeated by 30 votes. In addition Rolph said the first vacancy on the state Railroad commis ported today to the joint committee on internal Revenue taxation by the internal Revenue commissioner. The largest item is $16,966,258 to the estate of the late Payne Whitney a a new York most it of which is abated t a n ii c 4-/x by an allowance of so per cent credit of Lucra for state taxes which were erroneously assessed As a part of the Federal tax. Continued on Page Nineteen drop �11,000,000 unbuckled shoes blamed Cambridge. Muss., dec. 4. I. A mrs. Louise Margosian. 22, applied for a divorce on tile grounds of cruelty because she explained Lier husband slapped her face when her overshoes unbuckled. Associated press leased wire Washington dec. 4.�?loans to brokers and dealers held by now York Federal Reserve member Banks for the week ending december 3 were announced by the Federal Reserve Board today As $2,111,000,000, representing compared Washington. Dec. 4. Ii. Pm anti world court senators have rejected a proposal made by supporters of adherence that action on the question of such adherence be postponed a year. Washington dec. 4. A. favourable report on the nomination of William n. Doak to be secretary7 of labor was submitted to the Senate today by its committee on education and labor. Woman who filled Nin in mercy free associated press leased wire los Angeles dec. 4.�?mrs. Ruth b. Wehner was acquitted of the slay ing of her sister. Mrs. Mabie Steele by a jury of nine women and two men a after several hours deliberation. Mrs. Weimer who collapsed at the i close of her trial yesterday was i brought to the courtroom to hear the 1 verdict. When it was read she appeared dazed and was led away half stumbling As she walked Down a corridor. Attorneys for mrs. Weimer had pleaded that she was driven to temporary insanity by her Sisters constant remorse Over a court order awarding custody of her two children to her estranged husband. Mrs. Wehner testified that on tile Day of the slaying her sister entered a room at their Home where she was ironing and suddenly exclaimed that she had been crucified. Mrs. Weimer Sal she remembered nothing after that until friends told her that she had shot her sister and attempted to take her own life. Mother and three children die fire associated press la ire Montville. X. A. Dec. 4.�?mrs. Wanda Durban 27, and her three Young daughters Madeline june mid Jean were burned to death today when fire destroyed their Home in an isolated Section near Here. Lose the next time. The left Wing attack had been led by Henri de Jouvenel. Former Delegate to the league of nations and Victor bored who insisted the Cabinet had lost its authority and prestige inasmuch As three members had been forced to resign because of the recent failure of the Oustrich Bank. Wild confusion the opposition leaders charged that Tardieu was now unable to maintain a Republican concentration Cabinet and receive the support of parliament. I the vote was attended by wild con opposition to confirmation of Henry fusion it with the Eft a members p. Fletcher of Pennsylvania and old Risiner and shouting for the govern garb Brossard. Utah As members of Niento to resign the Tariff commission developed today j that Tardieu government the second As tile Rienate finance committee de to be formed by him came into exist cited to begin hearings on the Lipini enc last March 2 and was viewed As nees saturday. One 0f the most representative for it a i Letcher also will meet opposition a pearlta Mentar viewpoint to govern from progressive republicans include France in years. Fletcher Brossard facing opposition United press leased wire Washington dec. 4.�?democratic i he wore decrease of to i, t with tile preceding we Magnolia. N. A. Dec. I. A. I a Albert m. Frere to. Motion picture theater manager and miss Estelle Nahori. 19, cashier of a Philadelphia theater were burned to death Iii an automobile Accident Here today. Heavy tremor recorded Pasadena. Dec. 4. It. A the seismological Laboratory of the Carnegie institution of Washington located Here reported today that the Quot greatest earthquake of the year Quot occurred yesterday about noon. The distance was estimated at 7000 Miles i from Pasadena lug senator Borah Idaho. Minority Leader Robinson was reluctant to discuss confirmation prospects. But apparently believed Fletcher selected by or. Hoover to become chairman Yould be a Likely target. Senator Connally Democrat Texas thought Fletcher and Brossard probably would have considerable opposition. Do Annunzio May Aid u. S. Woman suspect United press Leas i u ire Rome dec. 4.�?gabriel do Annunzio. Italy s most famous living poet was expected today to intervene in behalf of mrs. Adolfo de hosts american woman under arrest Here on charges of complicity in an alleged plot against the fascist government. Mrs. De Bosis is the widow of a famous italian poet and a close Friend of do Annunzio. She was formerly Lillian Vernon of Syracuse St. Louis mo., and Boston and Lins a sister living in Syracuse n. V. D Annunzio was notified of Lier i plight and was expected to write to j Premier Mussolini in her behalf from i his Home. Most of the parliamentary groups except the socialists and communists were represented there being even a Cabinet minister and an undersecretary from the Radical socialist party whose leaders. Camille Chautemps edouard Herriot and edouard Dander had been bitter enemies of Tardieu. Under protracted fire almost from the outset however it was under fire from the Radical elements although it scored an initial Triumph with a majority of 53 in Tho chamber of deputies. The parties of the left accused Tardieu of sub orning faithless members of their own parties with portfolios in his Cabinet and also charged him with responsibility for overthrow of the Cha Temps Cabinet. He succeeded however in weathering tile storms of the opposition and repeatedly won votes of Confidence until today. Famous aviatrix sails Yokohama. Dec. 4. A a the honorable mrs. Victor Bruce the recently flew from England to and thus became the first woman to Span Europe and Asia by air sailed today for Vancouver b. Whence she plans to resume her Aerial tour

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