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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - July 4, 1933, Oakland, California Oakland Tribune tuesday july 4, 1933 6 Jake the Barber Ransom Parley at standstill spurned important legislation of explained in fifth article of series balance Sheet show vast differences in profits of Morgan and Kuhn. Loeh boys of n. Tenement sneer at tame bears of West uhf with slipped lads who had never been off pavements now work in Mountain forests septic suggest kid raping in Hialit on extradition to England Chicago. July John Factor kidnapping entered the i watchful waiting stage today. Whether the International specs men who Are reported to have abducted him after he had left an outlying roadhouse Early last Satur Day or whether there has been some hitch in Ransom negotiations was unknown. The Early morning hours found activities around his hotel re lease Headquarters at a stand still following a Flay and Nischt i of mysterious movements by friends of missing Nevin. There were some sceptics who j so far As to suggest that pos 5 Sibiyl Factor not kidnapped. The Chicago Tribune said that persons doubted whether Factor had been abducted had suggested that maybe Factor was Only playing a game of hide and seek. The British authorities Are seeking his extradition to England for an alleged swindle and the Case is still Pend ing in the United states supreme court. Jerome Factor his 19-year-old son told reporters he expected no developments before tomorrow. He said he was t sure a Telephone Call he received sunday asking for Ransom came from the kid Napers. I he said that my father is going to conduct his own negotiations and that he will Complete them Young Factor added that he Felt certain no harm would come to his father. Other of a series of articles prepared United press staff correspondent Fry it adj writers of the Washington july press to explain in simple terms the j by Harold Turnblad t t vier National july transplanted from the steaming pavements and crowded tenements i to the vast Snow choked stillness of the Pacific outdoor playground on mount Rainier hundreds of the boys from the East Side of Suffion of by Don it Kirkley. Washington. July 4. Upon cutting expenditures for vet i Erans the Roosevelt administration Impact of depression years on the i assets of the House of Morgan and Kuhn. Loeb co. From 1929 to 1932, the great mor Gan Bank s assets shrank one third and those of Kuhn. Loeb nearly 75 i has depended largely to reduce the Cost of government but Congress i amended the legislation and lessened severity of the cuts first d d r h Loeb in ordered. Here in Brief is the net j the a Hon went up and up and up. But compari son of the Morgan and the Kuhn. Lorb brr Tryr sheets the for Betty Kraege once the Toast of the follies claims that Allan Dinehart actor promised to marry her and insists she s going to sue him for because he married another girl p. Photo. Follies Beauty will ask Balm Chicago. July Kraege. Former follies Beauty is going right the appropriation for veterans during the fiscal year bus run this month is last year it was Between 400.000 and sex serv ice men among them 387.000 world War veterans who have Berner firm still safely perched on the Topmost Pinnacle of private banking. After three years of de pression the assets of Morgan co., on december 31. 1932, Segre to come partially disabled since the i gated s424.70p.095, compared War and cannot attribute their con j ?34.266.405 for Kuhn. Edition to service have received their i comparison made last government checks. Last Yea the most graphic comparison of the latter group Drew the two Banks lies in the balance the veterans administration is sheets undertaking to re rate 338.000 Dis j tabled veterans whose condition is attributable to War duty. The funds Rani Al to them have been Cut from in 1933. To an estimated s118.272.000 for 1934. Of this group. 150.000 cases Are meaning there is no evidence that i War caused their troubles but Laws Cash to no mortar. O j11s.sim.1s3 2s.oon.ofl" 1.0h0.7s9 ahead with a contemplated suit for have Given them the right to claim s100.000 against Allan Dinehart. She i so. Boards to review. Special reviewing boards will be announced today even though her Mission donor or it to i o buried threat to bring suit failed to Stop his recent marriage. Dinehart took miss Mozelle Brit tone As his Bride in los Angeles on june 28, a few Days after miss promised to marry her. Set up to decide in each Case whether the claim is to remain in Force or whether the Man shall be dropped from the Roll. In re rating those definitely i the service connected class and the when the first mrs. Dinehart sued remaining presumptive new sched Kuhn. Morcan co. Loeb co. J ?i7.snonnn Nin hit 701 is Santa rnr7 july divorce no years ago miss Ules of disability percentage and j Foj Santa Cruz. Jui named in her action As payment go into effect. A Man Kahn apr the floor of the Unnone judged 10 per cent disabled will get total assets As Between Otto h. Kahn and j. P. Morgan senior partners of the two Banks the latter has been vastly More richly rewarded so far As records of hip investigation go. The figures indicate that Morgan s per Sonal profits in 17 years aggregated s75.000.nnn. He got 25 nor cent of for the erection of which last year Ehe paid the entire Cost the body of e. Doyle will be buried tomorrow. An or by the wife of the san Francisco broker whose Home is in this City cured Al available data As to the original Santa Cruz Mission which was torn Down half a Century ago. J on a lot 100 Yards from the orig j Inal franciscan Mission site Wasi built a new of the proportions and a Little More than half the size. I the work ups started on an offer by mrs. Doyle to contribute s5000j toward it. By the time it was Fin a fished the Cost had mounted to near y s10.000 and All of the Bills were _ a i r 1 Lollie holy correspondent. The girl claims that the actor agreed to marry her got her jobs in film productions and then left 59 a month or up depending on conditions. If 100 per cent disabled from up. The ratings running in Kahn s profits less Kahn s 14 per cent of the smaller Kuhn. Loeb co. Partnership was considerably less. His Cut for in stance. On the earned Hor Dinehart has denied Ever j multiples of 10. Previously they i by the firm from to 1931 promising to wed miss Kae i holds in ran 10, 25, so. 75 and 100 per cent. For the service connected the re rating is to be effective from july Stock and Bond transactions was less than Morgan s share 1, and be accomplished As 000. Of profits in 1932 alone was quickly As possible. They Are expected to be reduced an average of 18 per cent. As for presumptive cases until october 31, or until an earlier Board decision. Man will be Cut 25 per cent. After determination those remaining on the Rolls Are los Angeles july 4._m_i expected to get on the average 18 per cent less than up to this year. J All world War and Spanish Amer Fairbanks palatial household re i ican War veterans who Are totally marital rift in the Douglas f ill g no of o o a matter of terse Public an disabled of service Catholic Church Here. J nou Cement by the actress. Receive base of a permission for her burial As shei today and any question had under the new mis a evoked comment neither was granted by forma Zero j her her husband. Lution yesterday by the coun a close of miss Pickford ast night however that she cil which found that its site was in the confines of Tut a Twu us. Ground of a Century ago. Her body today is laying in state j " crystallized. She in the new , remain at the Home w morons at 10 o clock the funeral j Fairbanks rites will be held. a i the actor in London evaded ally society Deb slopes Mother had dropped. Roughly 75.000 Spanish War vet Erans have been taken off the Rolls. Of the of the remaining. Had taken no Steps toward divorce j Stead f to and that Only her plans for a sep in compensation to widows orphans Anri de a k pendent parents of deceased vet Moo 000 a a b t 0 lion is to be saved by sifting out cases in which fraud or mistakes que h wus would i f a p sub Only when Fairbanks him for pensioners remaining self whose return to the United i the earlier wars civil. Mex sin Francisco. July i sen. Whose return a Luc can Etc Rowin a Page from the life of her states has not been set. Indicated Mother. Mrs. Gyula wife of the Well known musician. Miss Vairett it orms society Deo. Lene Hla. He eloped to Reno saturday Andi be came the Bride of Charles m. She. That he wished his wife to Institute proceedings. Miss Pickford. Apparently believe ing that no ready buyer will comparison of the two men shows Morgan complacent and satisfied with the world As it is. What is your opinion about legislation to control private asked Ferdinand Pecora commit tee counsel. I think it is mor Gan replied and later said it would be the suave Kahn told the commit tee he foresaw the Day when All these instrumental ties that Deal with Money and with currency and with credit should be in one Way or another under the super vision of some Boardman s body flown to funeral Indianapolis july through the firmament in which he had so often winged his Way the body of Russell Boardman was carried today to his final resting place. It was the last flight for the famous Massachusetts sportsman and aviator who suffered fatal injury Here saturday while participating heretofore any former Soldier i in the new York to los Angeles falling ill could go to a government air that is no longer Possi the veterans hospitals will tic fair estate for those suffering from u indicated yesterday disabilities which originated in ser Don or. 24. Of 730 thirty ninth ave Hgt Rem Lin there and vice plus All they can of the others Rise. This was revealed by mrs. Or May following the receipt of a Tele i i take part in her usual Public a who Are destitute. The widow awaits the body in the East. She came Here following his Accident and was in the City at the time of his death yesterday. In Token of that the actress will the 6014 emergency retired offi to oct plays Host j Gram from the couple at the Ormay appear today at National air races Home 1755 Jackson Street. To award the Thompson trophy to receiving payments aggregating in 1933 will be reduced this month to approximately 2500 i sax Francisco july Home showed the purported while police of the entire Bay Dis seeing him for the message to o Connor and police chief Andrew pen of Fairfax and her Mother forgave on the j he Winner of the feature race whom s3.000.000 is allotted ground that she. Herself when Vio the last Day of the meet. It. Com let Sharp eloped with Ormay in 73. W. Tomlinson. Leader of the sea and was married in san Raj Hawks of the 1928 races will ii her to the municipal Airport. Kidnaper9 takes children in Hope of reconciliation to Justice Stone Stanford University july j president Hoover and j his House guest Justice Harlan trl win in Korl i Fiske Stone have returned from a i sojourn at the or. And Home accuses Driver mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur s summer forced to walk Home with her Home pm 1he North Fork the Tion corps Camps still Are wonder ing what it s All about. Of the five c. C. C. Camps in the Park three Are filled with new yorkers. One Camp is occupied by a company from Chicago and Washington boys some of them from communities Only a few Miles from the Park Are established in another Camp. Some of the new yorkers had t Ever been Oil the pave ments before they boarded Spe Oia trains and were carried across the nation to be dropped in the unfamiliar scenes of mount Rainier National Park. Never saw tree several of the boys from the bowery told major o. A. Tomlin son. Superintendent of the Park that they had t even been in Cen trial Park in new York had t seen a tree in its natural state and did t know there were such places in existence As the mountains and lakes and forests of the far West. The new yorkers however had heard of bears and were much disgusted when they found they weren t Man eating. Frightened at first when the tame bears at Long mire lumbered clumsily around their temporary Camp their fear soon turned into bravado when the Bruins merely upset garbage cans and sniffed around the tents. Some of the new York boys Are homesick and bewildered by their strange surroundings but the worst Case of homesickness was that of a boy in the Washington Camp who deserted three times and was sent Back by his parents each time. Finally Lieuten ant f. T. Beadle in charge of the Washington Camp handed the boy his discharge papers and sent him Home. He lived in South Tacoma Only a few Miles from the Entrance to the Park. The Washington boys Are established in a permanent Camp on Tacoma Creek. Company 1232. Com posed of boys from new York s fast Side is building its permanent Camp at a Beautiful site at Narada Falls. Another new York company. No. 1231, is digging into the four foot snows at St. Andrews Creek to establish a Camp. A third new York company is at White River near that Entrance to the Park. The Illinois company made up mostly of boys from Chicago is camping at i sit Creek on the Carbon River Highway. Important though 1hp fire prevention Trail building Forest preservation work of the conserva Tion corps is. The building up of the morale and health of the boys in lie Camps is regarded by both army and Park authorities As j army Navy and Marine officers i Are in charge of the men in the i Camps. Work superintendents in the National Park service under the direction of major Tomlinson Are in command of the 1000 men in the five Camps while in the Woods. Work Laid out elimination of fire hazards through removal of Down Timber building of fire trails erosion control reforestation and Park beautification Are the principal work of j Yective Laid Down by major Tom i Linson. A big part of the work of the j officers is to teach the new York j boys fresh from the tenements i How to play. When they arrived a j smoker was their Only of sport although some of them knew something about baseball. The West Ern sport of horseshoes is produced As Well As other Camp games. Experienced woodsmen recruited Vatican Chancellor City. July Adolf Hitler today mrs. Patricia Hardy wants damages for in juries she says sri received when she slipped and fell on the floor of a local Beer parlor. Bone dry Resolution will of Dri Tuc Sellers and sponsors Beach. July j the Southern California methodist conference was on record today with a Resolution ordering the sex Cabied his approval of the draft of a treaty Between Germany and the Vatican and the pact was expected to be initiated at once. Hitler s approval was in Prin however and there May be some slight delay until he has approved the finished draft probably today. Franz inn Papon German Chan cellar who negotiated the treaty will initial for Germany. Hitler is expected to visit Rome for the for. Mal signature at some future time. The treaty provides 1 priests will have equal Power i with civil authorities to perform wedding ceremonies. O religious societies must confine themselves to religious activities. Continuance of the Catholic youth organization will be permit Ted under the provisions and funds of the organizations confiscated by the German government will be restored. Youth organizations will be taken under state control but religious authorities will direct religious activities. J a Catholic ecclesiastics will be Given the honors due their rank j c Heidi pious education Iii be Saie guarded and ecclesiastical authorities will administer religious instruction to their own communicants. Pope Pius granted an audience to von Papen today and congratulated him upon the treaty. The first bar room casualty in Oakland became a matter of us in Complete Accord with prohibition. In a drastic disciplinary action the conference adopted a Bone j dry regulation providing for the excommunication not Only of Mem Bers who imbibe in intoxicating liquors but also those who sell or Purchase the beverages or those who sign permits granting Permis Sion for Sale. Attorney or agents who act liquor Selling applicants Bondsmen in liquor cases property owners of liquor establishments or signers of a petition of. Consent for Sale of intoxicants also would be banished from Church memberships if they failed to show real humility when admonished by their pastors the Resolution de crees. The drastic order provides for the trial of offenders but does not define intoxicating liquors. Legalized Beer was not mentioned in the Resolution. The regulation was a up a alter speakers had derided attempts to repeal the eighteenth amendment and had called for its further trial. The disciplinary Rule is worded As follows a member of the Church who after private reproof and admonition by the pastor or class Leader persists in using buying or Selling intoxicating liquors As a beverage of who signs a petition in favor of granting a License for the Sale of such liquors or who As an attorney or otherwise procures a License for himself or another for the Sale of j such liquors or who becomes a Bondsman of any person or persons engaged in such traffic or who rents his property As a place in a print court regard in a a hich or on which to manufacture suit brought Here by mrs. Patricia or sen intoxicating liquors shall be Hardy against a Beer parlor at seventh and Broadway. Mrs. Hardy claims she slipped and fell on the wet floor of the bar Artiom. Receiving abrasions on the Back and neck a wrenched Back concussion of the brain and Shock to her nervous system. The suit charges a. A. Dahlke and William Kley. Proprietors of the place with negligently permit Ling the floor of the Buffet to be come wet. The Accident occurred shortly after Midnight on june 6, Accord ing to the complaint filed by mrs. Hardy s attorney. Thoss Beck. Estranged husband and another girl from an automobile ride in the Hills mrs. Eloise Gates 18, complained today to police that Adam Winbush. Driver of the car not Only left them stranded but struck her in the face. The girl told inspectors Peter Van Houtte and Walter Hawkinson that she would sign a complaint of his two children a allowed to take Trie children j against Winbush for Battery or Dis _ e viar1 Qon Favio Here late yesterday Irwin Grosch. With her to san Francisco. Turing the peace. 23 appeared today to declare that shortly after she arrived at her she was attending a c he took the children in the Hope Mother s Home she said Grosch dance with her sister is of effecting a reconciliation with appeared broke his in through his estranged wife. With him were the see them a window snatched the children children j from the floor and ran from the and Robert 2, Anri apartment shouting after discussing the Case with local the next time you police the principals were instruct j they la be de to appear before Prostatic a. Off alarm broadcast. Cer Thomas o Connor of Marin she telephoned police and an i county in an Effort to Settle their alarm was broadcast. An hour later Domestic difficulties. I Giosta ivors. Anuenue Bui. The Mother. Mrs. Lucille Grosch i refused to Tell his whereabouts. 26 declared she had intended to in a guard was established at the statute a divorce action but would apartment and another at the fair defer further Steps until after the fax Home where Eugene Grosch and conference with o Connor. Another brother Edmund Grosch at Mother s Home also waited All night. When Grosch the scene of the kidnapping and and the children appeared hero this Grosch s reappearance this morning j morning he was held until the was the Home of mrs. Grosch a family conference at the Hall of Mother mrs. J. C. Anderie 907-a Dimond Street. Mrs. Grosch said she had gone to Justice. Grosch is employed at the print ing Plant of supervisor Warren downtown ther Bab 601 Twenty fifth Street when Winbush appeared and told her her husband William Gates and another girl were outside the dance Hall and wanted to take her for a ride. With her husband the girl and Winbush she started on a american River. Or. And mrs. Joel t. Boone and daughter. Su7anne. Who have also Boon guests at the Hoover Home for several Days have returned East. Or. Boone was president Hoover s personal physician at the White j House. Drive argument developed she told the officers and when she resented Winbush s conduct he struck her in the Mouth. Then he put every one out of his car and drove off. L. A. Man accused of fraud prussian Eagle to grasp nazi sword Kolberg. Germany july Captain Hermann Goering Chan cellar Hitler s righthand Man toll an audience Here today that the Eagle on the prussian Escutcheon will henceforth grasp a sword As a Symbol of peace and a Ray of lightning As a warning to enemies. Hitherto the Eagle has carried a scepter and an orb. The children with their father and j her marriage six years ago was an Uncle. Eugene Grosch. Who were Shannon s personal stenographer. Living in the Grosch Home at t air fax. Then she received a letter she said threatening death for the Chil Dren and containing a crude draw she said she and her husband had quarrelled frequently during recent years and there had been several separations and reconciliations. Neither of the couple has Legal Cus ing of three tombstones. She has Tody of the children. T r n t w n t foot at non boy visits Chicago fair Chicago. July 15 year old Robert Wadlow of Alton 111., arrived with other boys from his Home town to visit the world s fair he found himself almost As much of an attraction As some of 1 the exhibits. For Robert is seven los Angeles july i feet nine inches tall and weighs Nichols Field Wilson Southern j 365 pounds. California business Man was held today Auino Nues no accused him of defrauding investors of through promotion of the Hollywood business proper ties. Ltd. Wilson was taken info custody at his Home As he returned from san Francisco to spend the fourth of july with family state Are working with All the conservation corps showing the boys How to handle axes and saws. Discipline in the Camps is mostly of the moral suasion Type and the army officers Are trying to Lead rather than drive. The boys. Incorrigible trouble makers May be sent Home at the discretion of the offi cers. And although the enlistment is for six months earlier Dis charges Are possible if the Reneri have sufficiently Good reasons. Some of the c. C. A Though arc already trying to re enlist for an other six month term. Lutheran Church head of a s., Dies Minneapolis july Peter b. Hong 56, of Willmar. Minn., chairman of the Board of trustees of the norwegian lutheran Church of americana. Died Here to Day from heart Dimiam. I. Fairfield. July Extension of a Highway from Tennessee Street in Vallejo to connect with the new american Canyon Highway is included in recommendations of the 1932-33 grand jury made Public by county clerk g. A Halliday. There were no recommendations of a startling nature in the report jails of the county were reported in Good condition but a recommendation was made that an ele jail at Vallejo to convey prisoners to the courtrooms. County roads were also pronounced in Good shape. While praising the work of the county Library the grand jury recommended the abolishment of for Branch county librarians for of Economy. Storm troops take Over steel helmets Berlin. July Tion into the triumphant nazi organization of 1ho. Powerful steel helmet association of War veterans was announced today by Chancel Lor Adolf Hitler. Franz. Selte. Minister of labor and Leader of the steel helmet league helped Hitler in the work of absorbing the veterans and be Gan work on disposition of the front veterans organization. It was announced that the Young Stuffel helmet organization would be taker1, Hitler s Torrn troopers. The folks Ariy remnant of a once powerful group dissolved it self today As was promised by Lead ers yesterday. It had Only two members in the com pared to 50 at. Ono Imp. Cleric blames ouster to economic views san Jose. July Alva j. Shaller. For three years pastor of the unitarian Church of san Jose has been dismissed from his pastorate for what he said was his ass ailment of the present economic i because i was incompetent or in repudiation of what. I was doing. I took somewhat of a determined stand against the present economic sys tem. I said it was uneconomic and unsystematic and seemed to destroy human Rev. Shaller was one of several local persons who recently escorted Ella Winters noted Radical Leader to the county jail where she berated William j. J Ernig for his treatment of a woman prisoner jailed during the recent i rioting in Cherry Orchards. While it. Was reported that the Church Board Felt that Rev. Shaller held views which were too Radical i and Edward p. John son. President of the Church Board j declined to admit that his dismissal resulted from the pastor s views. He said in fact that Rev. Shaller had resigned last year. No Succes Sor has been named because of Lack of finances due to the depression Johnson said. Brought to trial and if found guilty he evinces no real humiliation he shall be showing a Liberal Side the con Ference at the same time adopted a Resolution urging the immediate release of Tom Mooney and War Ren k. Billings serving a life sen tence for the 1916 san Francisco preparedness Day bombing. Patrolman slain As runs for help Scranton pa., july while the rest of the City was holi Day Bent. Patrolman Thomas q Malley 29. Died in a Hospital of wounds received in the perform Ance of his duty. O Malley and patrolman Albert Rosar were sent to the Home of Guise pc Scalise last saturday to quell a disturbance. As o Malley entered the House he was shot in the Abdomen. Despite the wound he grappled with Scalise and suf Ford Asp viral Stab wounds before he killed Scalise with a Bullet in the Chest. Meanwhile. Rosar had gone to set help and for this act he was suspended yesterday by Alfred j. Rodway. Superintendent of police who termed him a better runner than and recommended his dismissal. Train hits Bull engine is derailed Walla Walla wash., july 4. Engine and baggage car were derailed when a bull1 wan dered on the tracks near Menoken and was struck by a Union Pacific passenger train. The fireman Cladd Spokane was suffering from 7 slight injuries today. Aide must lose one Job to hold second san Francisco july sell Bevans on leave of absence from the police department while j acting As state registrar of motor j vehicles must report for duly on Midnight tonight or lose his civil j service rating the police commis a Sion decided today. I under the new charter a civil service employee who takes More than a six months leave forfeits his position and his civil service rating. Bevans was formerly a clerk in Offero of the Chiff of in lira Theodore Roche president of the police commission said he regret Ted that the leave could not be extended. There is nothing we can do about he said. Bevans Wili have to report for duty by mid night tonight or forfeit his civil service the application was made by let Ter and Evans could not be reached today. Archie Mcbride or. Succumbs to fall san Francisco. July Archie g. Mccririe or. 22-year 1 old graduate of the University of California died yesterday at. St. Mary s Hospital from a fractured Skull suffered wednesday when he fell from a window. Mcbride is the son of Archie Mcbride. Foreman for the state Board of Harbor commissioners. And was graduated this May from the University. He was a member of Tho Sigma Chi fraternity. Mcbride was repairing a window screen at the Home of his Uncle Frank Griffin 818 Broderick Street when he fell. He lived with his parents at 1465 fourteenth Avenue. to b. F. San Francisco july Liam e. Clark held in Denver As a suspected Bank robber is wanted in san Francisco for participation in the robbery of a Bank at Hayes and Octavia streets april 27 last police lieutenant George Richards said today. Richards wired Den ver authorities effect Moscow silent on r w . Motion Moscow july official comment has been refused on All sides upon the announcement that the american reconstruction finance corporation has granted a loan to the soviet govern ment with which to Purchase cot ton from the United states. The soviet press up to the pres ent has not published the announce ment i utter Culosio Kate of islanders High los Angeles july one of every deaths among filipinos in California ii believed to be due to tuberculosis. Or. Giles Portesy Lutete removal of stains is told in Booklet the Oakland Tribune Booklet on removal of a copy of this valuable Booklet should in every Home ready at hand when an Accident occurs that Mars clothing or household it Sells exactly what to do in order effectively to remove All kind of stains before the fab air has been seriously damaged. Some of the measures to be taken Are simple. Other relatively complicated. The import ant thing is to have detailed instructions. A copy of the Booklet will be sent to any address for service and postage charge of four cents. Use Pijie Coupon. Coupon to be honoured must be mailed to Washington d. In the Oakland Tribune Washington Burein of information Frederic j. Siskin director Washington d. C. I enclose herewith four cents in Coin Cire Tlly wrapped Lor a copy Booklet on removal of

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