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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - December 30, 1934, Oakland, California We do our part weather Oakland and Clearing weather sunday w i t h showers in Early morning monday Proba Bly fair moderate West to Northwest winds Complete report on it vol cents sunday ten cents Oakland Calif sunday december 30 1934 b 78 Al to 12 no 183 John p Chase gunman alleged accomplice in last Battle in jail near Here prisoner to be returned to Chicago for trial in kill ing of two Federal agents Russ execute 14 Trotsky plot deaths Rise to 117 soviet charges plan for foreign intervention in sentencing revolt suspects revolt plot at Boi attacked of Fly youth 19 smiles As he gradually turns into Stone John Paul Chase he armion of baby face Nelson in the gun Battle which resulted in the death of Nelson and two Federal agents at barring ton 111 last month is in jail some where in the Bay District this was disclosed last night in dispatches from Washington and con firmed by Federal agents in san fran Cisco who took charge of the m u c h sough Fugi John Paul Chase Tive following his capture by a Small town chief a l Roberts of Shasta City Roberts and Constable e p Long arrested Chase last thursday but the Nares was kept secret until announced in Washington by assist ant attorney general William Stan Ley yesterday Stanley declared that Chase had been identified positive Lyas the Man who was with Nelson and mrs Nelson in the tight which ended in the death of inspector Samuel p Cowley and agent Herman e Hollis of the department of Justice and of Nelson he will be returned to Chicago t face murder charges in connection with the slaying of the Federal agents Stanley said capture follows weeks of trailing the capture of Chase a former Sausalito Bootlegger followed weeks of trailing f Roberts it was disclosed had been tipped off that the fugitive might appear in the Vicinity of Shasta City because he was for a newly employed by the state fish hatchery there he did appear talked to e v Cassell superintendent anal c Preston Bills and William Bay employees they notified Rob erts Roberts said he watched Chase who registered at a Shasta City hotel As Elmer Smith then he and Long took the suspect into custody and Chase identified him self As Allen Rockwood he was shabbily dressed had no Money and was unarmed Roberts said examination disclosed that the mans fingertips apparently had been worked on Roberts declared indicating that he had resorted to methods similar to those utilized by Nelson and John Dillinger in their efforts to avoid identification 5 agents Rush to Shasta City Roberts communicated with fed eral officials in san Francisco and five agents were dispatched to Shasta City with police chief Manuel Menotti of Sausalito who knew Chase Well through his for Mer activities there Menotti said he recognized Chase immediately clinching the identification the Federal agents their prisoner away Menotti said to san Francisco Federal agents said that Nelson spent considerable time in the Bay District in 1933 and was associated with Chase in bootlegging activities by Joseph h Baird United press staff correspondent copy right 1934 by United press Moscow dec plot to overthrow the soviet regime by foreign military intervention was charged tonight in an official announcement revealing the execution of Leonid Mic Olieff and 13 others for their part in the assassination of Sergei Kiroff soviet Leader in Leningrad the announcement brought to 117 the list of those officially listed having been executed in reprisal for the assassination in a drive not Only against those actually implicated but others regarded As potential enemies of the soviet regime mention tins Ninde the Fate of Leo Kameneff and Gregory Zinovieff formerly world famous Pioneer bolsheviks and later opposition lists who were alleged to line been con Necter Ivich the plot Trotzky influence in plot charged the official statement of the proceedings of the military collegium of the supreme court which heard the Case in Leningrad said the session established that from among former members of the Zinovieff ant soviet group was a secret counterrevolutionary terroristic organization formed in Leningrad in which the accused participated the group was headed by the so called Leningrad Center con sisting of Katelyn off Shatsky re Minak Zeff mandelstam Massnikoff Levin Wosnitsky and Mic Olieff the underground counterrevolutionary work of this group became especially Active in 19331934 when having lost All Hope of support by the masses they started methods of terroristic struggle they had in View the idea that by terroristic acts directed against the leaders of so Viet Power they could disorganized the leadership of the soviet government and so change the present policy towards the so called Zino View Trotzky platform foreign intervention sought is claim the session established that the pledged to create u s dictatorship army Captain testifies organization of 500000 youths planned to seize Power committee told u c freshman studies own Case of Calci Tosis to Aid sufferers of future fathers struggle to help son bared by arrest on liquor charge sect Hull rejects illegal secret terroristic counterrevolutionary group having no Hope of realizing its criminal purposes except by terroristic actions inside the country was aiming at armed intervention by foreign states under instructions of this group Mic Olieff frequently name of the consulate and country is Leningrad with whom he carried on negotiations regarding possible forms of Assis Tance and received from him for the counterrevolutionary terroristic group 5000 roubles the session established that the accused being participants in a secret counterrevolutionary terroristic group on direct instructions and under the immediate leadership of the terroristic group called the Leningrad center1 prepared and committed the december i murder of Kiroff in the building of the Smolny Institute Washington dec sweeping program for an american dictatorship based in the theory that president Roosevelt policies would carry the country to ruin were de tailed in secret testimony by an army Captain made Public by the House nazi committee today capt Samuel Glazier commander of a acc Camp at Elk Ridge my appeared before the Una Merican activities committee in new York last month the published testimony showed he testified that Jackson Martindell whom he described As a Wall Street financier had told him of a plan for an organization of 500000 youths the organization would be backed by a fund described As being available Glazier testified that Martindell told him that he knew with the present policies of the president eventually the country was coming to a revolution and when that time came he wanted to be ready with his organization to take Over the reins of the government offer to Gen Butler As dictator denier Albert g Christmas new York attorney appeared before the com Mittee at an open session today and denied that any part of a fund provided by Robert Sterling Clarke new York broker had been used As far As he knew in an alleged attempt to put Gens Ridley d Butler at the head of a dictator ship Butler previously had testified that such an offer was made to him by Gerald c Macguire Christmas attorney for Clarke said that Macguire had been Given to make a six months Lour of the country to win support or a sound Money committee organized against inflation Macguire was paid to work against inflation and Thoj amount of Money he received had nothing to i with fascism or any such thing Christmas said by Nancy rare Mavity to his freshman classmates in the University of California Albert Hagedorn is known As a Normal smiling and exceptionally Brilliant premedical student to himself he is known As secretly doomed by the dread and mysterious Calci Tosis which Jerrad rally turns its victims to Stone the Fate that seized upon him six years ago As one of the 28 victims of the strange disease led Albert to dedicate his remaining life to medical study in the Hope of solv ing the mystery which thus far has baffled science but he did not want any one to know his secret came to Light yester Day because of the plea of the Man who arrested his father a b Hage Dorn 60yearold night watchman of 2379 East Avenue Hay Ward on charge of distilling alcohol in stand of legion for Gold Standard cited Macguire used the Money travelling and entertainment for expenses 1933 from june to december opinion Given by web i to Settle dispute Over seat on state veterans1 Board under Sharp questioning by chair Man John w Mccormack Christ Mas said he had not asked for an accounting of the sum Christmas testified that Macguire Wai sent out to discuss questions of sound Money with prominent people throughout the country and Wake up sentiment against inflation i told him when he travelled i expected him to travel in a Way to meet substantial people and Loen certain lavishly u was brought out that Macguire had at his disposal during the american legion convention at Chicago in 1933 when a successful Effort was made to get the legion on record in favor of the Gold Standard the committee was unable to obtain from Christmas any details of How the Money was spent in Chi Cago Christmas said 530000 of it was turned Back to him and the remainder spent for entertainment and liquor legally six year struggle for son uncovered Hagedorn pleaded built but the department of Justice agent l g Jester who made the arrest recommended probation to Federal judge Frank Kerrigan when he Learned of the fathers six Carling struggle to provide his son with medical at Tention and to his Way through medical studios by which without Hope for himself he hoped to Benefit other similar cases an Anonymous mailed lip signed a neighbor led to hag corns arrest Jester discovered a dismantled still and two Gallons of Alco hol on the premises and Hagedorn was booked on the charge of Vio lating the internal Revenue acl All our resources have been exhausted in providing medical at Tention to Ralbert Hagedorn said after the court hearing for six years we have spared no Effort we could not Bear to deprive him of his one study Medicine in the Hope at solving the secret of his own malady kept still secret from invalid son i borrowed a still from a Friend and made a Little alcohol to help keep Albert in the University i did no let him As he did not the boys know thai he was any thing but a Normal healthy Young state department head denies Nippon Doc Trine of Fleet tonnage reiterates Amer ican position of National Security Only Hundred word note ends pact by Hob Art c Montee United press staff correspondent Washington dec japanese govern ment today formally denounced the Washington naval Limi tation treaty whereupon Secretary of state co Dull Hull immediately rejected her proposals of actual naval Equality be tween Japan great Britain and the United states in a formal statement issued soon after Japan had Given notice of termination of the treaty Hull declared the United states did not consent to the principle of actual Equality in naval tonnage for All nations he said the american Prin Ciple concerned Equality of the fat of Albert Hagedorn University of Californi student suffering from Calci Mosij dread malady turning him to Slone became known when his aged father was arrested for operating a still in Hay Ward the elder Hagedorn told authorities he struggled to finance his son study at the University of California in the Hope that he might Fine a cure for the Lialo 19 guns and grand Ball will seat m e r r i am by George e Helmer United Tress staff correspondent Sacramento dec 2j speeches music a 19gun Salute a reception and a formal Ball will constitute the Days activities Here january 8 when Frank Finley Mer Riam is inaugurated As Twenty eighth governor of California plans Lor Tho inauguration Cere National Security rather than actual naval tonnage his statement was regarded a pointed answer to the statements i issued earlier in the Day by the japanese foreign office and tru japanese ambassador Here both de Claring that Japan would be Content Only with Equality in naval with the United states and great Britain americas Side of Navai tonnage hulls statement indicated that the United states and Japan still were poles apart in their naval View Points his statement said the american government has investigation brings out facts in award of bid sonnet courthouse san Francisco dec Thomas m Foley san Francisco at Torney May have the a year Job As chairman of the veterans welfare Board to which governor Frank f Merriam appointed him Over the protests of his a reduces Roosevelt urges states accept Loans Washington dec 29 president Roosevelt tonight directed All 43 states to prepare to take full advantage of his 1935 Public works employment drive he asked in a series of tetters to governors continued on Page 8a col 8 continued on Paft 8a col 8 and governor select for speedy enactment of legislation enabling individual municipalities and other pub Lic bodies to receive anticipated Federal Loans and Grants for construction projects by sharing part of the Cost Saar Border closed Tell vote is taken Saafi Bruckn Stiar territory dec Saar was closed to Ordinary visitors and tinder a strict curfew Torlay until after the plebiscite Vole of january 13 no foreigner May enter the territory except by permission of the league of nations governing com Mission and Only those on real Busi Ness Are granted admittance cafes must close at Midnight noted alpinist is killed in fall Munich dec the Alpine climber Waller Racchi who was a member of the ill fated Merkl expedition to it Manga parbat in the Himalayas was killed today in a comparatively minor climb in the bavarian Alps while attempting to ascend the wat Mann Peak he slipped and fell 150 feet from an ice ledge Visalia loses last Confederate Soldier Visalia Cal dec 29 the last Confederate Soldier in Visalia Mckendry Sipple 88 a native of Harrison county Kentucky died Here today although the drear calcification painful and incurable has already attacked both arms both Knees anal Bolh Ankles Alli Crl was valedictorian of his class at Hayw Artl Union High school last june among the proudest of the family possessions although Albert him self is exceedingly modest about them Are a Silver cup won in a contest in 1331 for the typical boy and an american legion school award for courage Honor service leadership and scholarship i wanted to keep my own Case a secret Albert said yesterday i want to be As natural As possible fac been Able thus far to carry on and get by without letting anyone Oil site the family for the 250 doctors who have studied my Case regards self with Cool detachment As to that Case he Speaks with smiling scientific detachment the future i dont like to think about that i put it out of my mind 1 know what is coming unless a Miracle of science comes along be just before no one As yet has found a treatment in arrest or cure this condition no one knows the cause of it Calcium Carbonate the stuff that f am turning to is in Art editorial appearing in the Tribune on monday de Cember 24 attention Ivan called to the net that in awarding segregated or the Neil Alamein county court House and Hall of there Mould to an additional Cost to the tax payers of it pointed out that the Mason advanced for burdening taxpayers Mith an additional tvs the claim that Alameda county labor and material would be favored to a far greater extent under segregated bids Aii analysis of the actual local labor to be employed and to be furnished and taking into consideration the pro visions flaw according preference to local labor appear to can firn the claim that under either plan practically the Fame amount of county labor will be employed the facts jail to justify the Contention that tinder segregated bids the additional Cost of 525000 to the taxpayers Wax justified because of preference Given to Alan cd county labor it is True that several subcontracts under both plans Art in the Nameon the general contractors and possible substitutions May be made changing the picture but not mater inlay it is believed while favouring the policy of Alameda county labor and materials the Tribune declared that it was imperative that the facts be clearly brought out before taxpayers were called upon in furnish the additional under segregated bids the architects receive the a contract Milf the county Calls for f architects fee under an to the lowest single bidder and it if the plan of segregated bids As recommended by the architects prevails the Tribune has made an i n Vest i Gat Ion and to the Best of its knowledge the facts Are a follows Alameda county subcontractors Alameda county subcontractors who would be favored under the who would be favored under an lowest single bid bounced setup of segregated bids Mill work National Mill Lum ber co5 4598400 Tler work Rigney tile co Terra Cotta n Clark sons 868000 Glass monies were completed today by Frank n Killam chief of the state Bureau of buildings and grounds oaths of office will be administered Merriam and lieutenant governor George j Hatfield by William h waste chief Justice of the state supreme court and Federal judge a f St sure respectively the ceremonies willbe conducted at noon in the Assembly Chambers before a joint meeting of the two legislative houses the speaker of the Assembly to be elected Janu Ary 7 when the legislature con Venes will preside Ahur an invocation by Rev George m Rourke d d pastor of the first presbyterian Church of Long Beach of which governor i Merriam is a member and a Sun Day school teacher the Gubernator Ial oath of office will be administered a 19gun Salute fired on the Capitol grounds by Battery d of the 143rd Field artillery will signal the inauguration residents in the Vicinity of Capitol Park will be advised to open their windows during the Salute so concussion will not shatter the Glass Afler Merriam delivers his inaugural address the Bath of office will be administered to Hatfield a formal Ball hat night sponsored by the Sacramento chamber of Commerce will conclude the clays activities and permit the governor and legislature to Settle Down today received the japanese governments notice of intention to Ter Minate the Washington naval treaty we of course realize that any nation has the right not to treaty also that any movement to Ward disarmament to be successful must rest on agreements voluntarily entered into this notification is none the less a source of genuine regret to us believing As we do that the existing treaties have Safe guarded the right and promoted the i Active interests Cfall the Signa tories the recent conversations London which have been carried on in a spirit of Friendship and Good will have revolved around the question whether a movement of International cooperation and Dis armament can rest on the principle f Equality of armament rather Han on the principle of Equality f Security each nation naturally and we stand unalterably for that be on a basis of absolute Equality with other nations in Natter of National Security doctrine of equal armament denied experience teaches that Condl for an intensive session Mill work National Mill Lum ber co 4598400 tile work 763900 Rigney tile co 763900 Terra Cotta n Clark sons 868000 Glass w p Fuller co 2087600 w p Fuller co elevator Otis elevator co 10408700 Otis elevator co elevator 2087600 10408700 in the Tribune Magazine comic g c 1 d i n full Tribune Flower and radio crossword color stamp aunt and Jimmy news Home main news Section Complete news radio schedules fraternal sports sports news 9a to and classified classified ads 1t to financial commodity directory of Adams Springs 4a Adeline grand last theater theater 7s team Erk cafe fat parlor 4a Alameda Tinea apr 7s american theater Oakland the intr 7s Fox Orp Lieym theater 7s pox slate theater Low a polytechnic Cellere 1a progressive on Lral in 3a Rome by Nair Mae Oakland e healer 7s Broadway theatre not soap stores a Campbell or j a or p f a is Riveits n c Coal co Street Market 2a Central then err Assn i rectory Mair Sec Classi Fifiel Austin 10t Myhr Lanai in lira for 7s Street sanitary Nils Clah Carlo Rullel 1a Al morn Tor hotel plan Moulin Init co Ca uni Bra i in n a there try nation 12 Novelty in 2a 11 a Ford Auto Canton cafe 5 Rlee inc Fia almost every food contains Calcium so that it is impossible to jct the Calcium out of the system by diet anything Pivon to Dis solve the abnormal deposits also Woi Toltl dissolve the natural Bones i either have to Harden or melt sometimes it not too Nitich Albert is under constant Alion and experimentation at the University of California Hospital san Francisco but his Fellows of the University were unaware of his own medical problem thus far one the specialists has been Able to help him but if i can keep Roiner Lonj enough maybe i can make the discovery that will of five life to others he said it sound is like a pretty High not for worlds would i have let my father Pel into trouble by try intr to assist me to carry it out a b Hagedorny Case was refer red by judge Kerrigan to Proba Tion officer Charles Upton american jailed in Saar Valley London dec arrest of Chester Watkins an american said to live in Georgia was reported tonight in an Exchange Telegraph despatch from Saar Bruckn Watkins the advice said was arrested by police at Mett Lach in the Saar 29 Miles from Saa Bruecken because he did not possess a special permit necessary to enter the Saar territory during the pre plebiscite period Oakland Concrete and terrain co 138s400 linoleum Higgins linoleum co 2367000 composition roof nor general roofing co finished hardware associated hardware co 1247500 Slock equipment Eastern firm structural steel in both bids steel manufactured in East no announcement linoleum j f firm named composition roofing 300000 s f firm named finished hardware s f firm san Maleo county Jurist succumbs to heart stroke while Hunting with son w i l l o w s dec judge Frankiin a Swart of san Mateo county died unexpectedly today while Duck Hunting on the s p a 1 d ing ranch near h e r e apparently from a heart attack judge Swart was Pia Aterine Jas f Smith of san Francisco plastering Calls for Large percentage of labor and in both plans labor material from Alameda county foundation and excavation Mcdonald and Kahn excavation practically All labor electric work be Page Mckenny san Francisco material and labor from Ala Meda county Stock equipment w g West manufactured East but local office 472500 strut trial steel in both bids steel manufactured in Kast hut fabricated 2000 ions in Alameda county with payroll of approximated Cost o fabrication said to run from to per ton 2500000 plastering Wagner and Parker no Oakland office it is reported that this contract May be awarded locally to William Makin in which Case the profit but not the labor which would be local in either Case could be credited to the county foundation Ami excavation j Catucci excavation practically nil labor estimated profit to Catucci 800000 electric work Wagner and Parker no Oakland office material and labor from Alameda county talking to his son Rufus 17 his h u n t i n r companion when h e Nolla Psid he was dead before medical Aid could be Given he came Here yesterday Frankyn a Swart with la i s wife and son or a today trip the Jurist had suffered from High blood pressure for some time and a year ago visited the Mayo Brothers Institute at Rochester Minn for observation while crossing the Rockies on that trip he suffered a heart attack and never regained his former health judg Swart was appointed to the superior1 Bench by governor Rolph in 1931 when a new judgeship was created in san Mateo county prior to disappointment he had served is District attorney of the county for 21 years in that capacity he prosecuted William a Hightower for the murder of father Patrick Heslin Colma priest in one of californian most famous criminal cases prior ions of peace or measures of Dis armament1 cannot be promoted by the doctrine that All nations regardless of their varying and differ ent defensive needs shall Equality of armaments what has been achieved up to the present time toward insuring conditions of peace has been based on a Community of objective i Community of Conception of general interest and a Community of Effort the treaties thus far concluded have involved no invasion of sovereignty of the participating governments and they have provided with All proper respect for such Sovereign rights that the armaments of the participating Nati oaf be established by voluntary under taking on a proportionate basis note of Hope for solution of problem notice of intention to terminate the Washington naval treaty not mean that that treaty ceased be in effect As of the Date of notification the provisions of that treaty Reagain enforced until the end1 of 1030 there consequently1remains a period of two years within Whick the interested nations May consider the situation that would be created by the abandonment of the n aval treaties and the american govern ment is ready to enter upon neg to ratios whenever it appears that is Prospect of arrival at a mutually satisfactory conclusion which would give further effect to the desires i the american government and american it is believed that of the other govern ments and Peoples the nations of the world shall not continued in Page 3 col to burdened by avoidable or Trava Gant expenditures on ment treaty was designed to promote peace the question presented the Washington treaties were tinted and which prompted each delegation to the signing and each country to the ratifying of treaties was that of promoting peace through disarmament and co operative Effort along certain fined lines the objectives then there envisaged Are still fundamental amont the objectives of tue foreign policy of the United states to this High purpose the people of this country in a spirit of sincere Friendship to Ward All other Peoples will continue unswervingly to devote own Effort and earnestly invoice like efforts on the part of Ethen if Favord note put end to great pact the nip ponese Empire threw Down the Gauntlet in a Short Werdno Teshich stated merely that Japan was terminating the ratty continued on Pafe 2 col 2 v

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