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THE BAKEUSP1ELT) CALIFORNIA*?, TUESDAV. AUGUST 25, 1936 3 COLLINS' REQUEST BEING SET FOR TWO-WAY OCEAN FLIGHT Brady Ktudics Pica to Call Donihuc Before Jury on Bribery Story (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25.—Dis- trlct Attorney Matthew Brady today took under advisement a request of ftlchard E. Collins, chairman of the state b6ard of equalization, that Assemblyman Leon Donlhuo be sub* poenaed bcforo- tho county Grand Jury for Investigation of his report that ho had been offered a large bribe to discontinue an inquiry into state liquor administration. Collins, In a long letter to Brady, demanded that Donihuc tell by whom, when, where and why the purported bribe was tendered. Collins 1 Letter Collins wrote to Brady: "Assemblyman Donlhuo says In his public statement that he knows the persons that allegedly attempted to bribe him but refuses to dlvulgo their names. Inasmuch as ho Indicated that these persons were rep- resoatatjvca of the members of this board, I believe we are entitled to a thorough investigation." Donihuc, chairman of a legislative Interim committee investigating liquor control conditions, meanwhile denied having made a direct state* ment that a direct bribe had been offered. Dominic Denies It "I was talking Informally with a newspaper man and he asked me if money had ever been discussed. I laughed and told him It had been discussed. I never dreamed that he would take that to mean I had been offered a bribe. "Under the circumstances, I do not feel justified In appearing before the Grand Jury unless subpoenaed. If I am subpoenaed, 1 will have to seek the advice'of my attorney .before responding. • Old California Town Will BeJWiped Out (Associated Press Leased Wire) SAN JOSE, Aug. 25.—An entire California town will soon be wiped off tho map. San Joso Water Company officials announced they had purchased all property in 09-year-old Wrights' Station, and will raze the Jo buildings comprising the town. Tho property was bought for $33,500 from three persons in order to eliminate possible contamination of Los Gatos creek, source of San Joso'a water supplj*. ^Wratt'XvXvJ Land on Denounces Oath to Teachers ^'uyo ir \Vc can do it to London and back way under 48 hoars,*' Dick Merrill (left), veteran transport pilot, and Harry Rich man, famous entertainer, chortle as they prepare to take off on a projected round trip flight between New York and London. Flyers Ready for Atlantic Venture (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEWARK, N. J., Aug. 25.—Dick Merrill and Harry Rlchman sought an approval of the department of commerce today which would permit them to start on their projected round-trip flight to London. Their big monoplane, its 1000 horsepower engine overhauled and a two-way radio installed, said airport attaches, was ready for the flight. Rlchinan, cafe and theater singer who owns the plane, said James H. Klmball, government meteorologist, had told him present storm areas over the Atlantic would not be dissipated for at least two days. Indications wero that a start could not bo attempted before Friday. TRKU. 99 YEARS OLD, BEARS KEXO8HA, Wis., Aug. 25. (U. P.) A russet'apple tree planted in 1836 Is Htill bearing fruit on tho farm of John G. Williams, near hero. China and Japan Sharply Disagree (Continued From Page One) other countries, but would have to count on.themselves alone. "The Japanese have pumped the Idea of co-operation at China BO much and in such a manner that we. cannot understand it," one delegate said. Meanwhile, delegates discussed various subjects pertaining to tho rebuilding of China without reaching definite conclusions. Arrangement Suggested One proposal considered was that of T. A. Blsson, of the Foreign Pol- Icy Association. Bisson suggested an international arrangement which would permit China to continue its program of reconstruction without the necessity of maintaining expensive machinery for armed resistance. Dr. Franklin L. Ho, director .of tho Nankal Institute of Economics, Nan- kal University, stressed tho Importance of the recent submergence of country life In China, "The most striking fact concerning rural China." commented Doctor Ho, "has been its uninterrupted decline since her open contact with the Industrial powers of the west." Kural decline, he said, has assumed predominant importance since 1931. "During that year Japan forcibly alienated Manchuria from China, while the Communists formally pro* claimed establishment of the first Soviet republic in central China, Meantime, the great Yangtze river flood was ravaging a largo part of central China and the effects of the world economic depression wero bo* ginning to be felt In China with the appreciation of silver." Rural Decline The resultant rapid decline in rural districts has called forth a nationwide movement for rural reconstruction, of which the more Important include water conservancy and reforestation, road construction, agricultural Improvement and extension, cooperative organization, and reform In land tenure and taxation, Doctor Ho said. PRIXCK TROUBETZKOY DIES CHARLOTTESyiLLlS. Va., Aug. 25. (A. P.)—Prince Pierro Troubeta- koy, 72-year-old portrait painter and second husband of Amelia Rives, authoress, died hero today. widespread use of tho machinery of tho federal government to nmlntMn the present administration In power, and to bring Into question Uio faith of tho people in their way of life irul In their foria of government. "When money Is forcibly taken by government from citizens und used to tear down thoso tilings most precious to our people, wo soo propaganda In its most shabby form." Governor Landon kopt closely to his topic, "Education." "Wo must remember," lie said, "that academic freedom, political freedom, religious freedom and freedom of opportunity are all bound together. Infringement upon one will soon lead to Infringement upon the others. In fighting to maintain our freedom wo still make greatest progress' by fighting for the freedom of all. "We should not overlook the fact, however, that today, both at homo and abroad, men arc striving for power through leadership of the mob. "Our system of free education has failed it «class distinctions arc allowed to develop in this country. Wo must look to our teachers to BQO that they do not develop. Today perhaps to a greater degree than ever bo- fore, tho control of our educational Institutions must bo kept In tho hands of tho local communities and tho educators themselves. For we may as well faco tho fact that tho tide Is running against free government today." Never far from his theme phrase— "The American Way"—tho governor cited tho wisdom of tho founding fathers In establishing an educational principle. "This was." ho said, "that they did not use the powers of tho national government either to establish an educational system, or to Influence Its development. At times, some of our people become Impatient and demand an immediate solution for our needs and problems. They are Inclined to take short cuts, to have the thing done at one stroke by tho powerful hand of government. This was not tho way In which our educational system was developed. It was tho result of patient labor, loner struggle and sustained devotions." Without acknowledging that ho had been attacked on charges of skimping Kansas educational expenses, Governor Landon said early In his speech that his state spends 40 cents of every tax dollar on schools. Soviets Executes 16 Conspirators (Continued From Page One) tator Joseph Stalin of tho triumvirate at tho head of the Soviet Union during the Illness of Nikolai Lenin. It was Stalin who forced Kaman- eff and Zlnovieff outside party circles and It was ho they planned first to kill In inaugurating a campaign of terror designed to overthrow the government. Many of those executed had marched In the October revolution 19 years ago when tho Bolsheviks fought the Czarlsts. Kansas Pioneer Is Claimed_by Death COFFKYVTMVR, Kan., Aug. 1>5.-Joseph ". Kloehr, 74, rnntdont of Cof fey vlllo fltnro 1 R72 and brot hot* of John Kloehr, a hero of tho 1 Jutton brothers raid In 1802, died hero Sunday. John Kloohr, who In 102 shot and UtMod throe of tho Dulton gang tlmt raided two banks hern 4G years ago. Women .Children Taken^isJHostage (Continued From 7'apc One.) ler'a doubling of tho universal military term In thn Ueli;h served, nevertheless, to throw the whole International conflict between Right and Loft into sliurp relief. Aimed at Soviets His decroo of two years' compulsory service under urma was aimed directly at what tho Nazis culled aggressive Soviet Russian militarism. Leftist France, thrown Into new concern by tho ukase, reckoned that In 1937, tho Reich's fighting men would total 1,200,000. or nearly twice tho French strength of 006,000. KcU-h authorities, however, estimated the military measure would mean a German army of between 700,000 or 800,000. Soviet Kussla, to which France Is bound by treaty ties of mutual assistance, has an estimated fighting force of 1,300,000, largest in the world. In Moscow, commentators said tho Hitler decree showed "how Intensively Germany prepares for war." Madrid dispatches told of tho arrest by the Socialist government of tho priest who onco was confessor to Alfonso and Victoria, Bourbon rulers of the peninsula. Now Executions They also related a new purge of tho capital's Fascists, Including the execution of four rebel officers accused of starting a fire and mutiny in tho model Madrid prison. Loyalists and rebels broadcast conflicting claims of victory in Guadarrama mountain fighting, Just north of Madrid. The rebels repeated their aerial bombardment of Irun, on tho Bay of Biscay—apparently part of their routine now. There was little damage. Despite her new worry-source from tho German sldo of her "Magi not line" of fortifications, France was determined to complete an international "hands off Spain" pact. Ironically, some thought, Germany entered the pact with an arms embargo announcement a few short hours before she released her military service decree. That virtually cemented tho neutrality accord, with adherence ol Russia. Italy and Great Britain promised. Certain Halo-Russian reservations, mainly dealing with other arms producing countries, remained to be Ironed out. rZKY IN KX1LK OUT FOR REVENGE IIOEXEFOSS, Norway, Aug. 25. (A. P.)—Leon Trotzky declared today U was his duty to "revenge" the 16 men executed in Moscow today for an anti-Stalin conspiracy. The Soviet government accused Trotzky, celebrated Bolshevist exile, as the absent master of the plot. "My duty is to unmask one of the greatest crimes In tho world's history and to avenge the executed," said Trotzky. 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AH I AD $29.95 and up EASY TERMS Fox Theater Building 2015 U Street Phone 2884 Our Experience Assures Your Satisfaction --- ---*BJI*VV4H1BJPIVPI*I4 4I | J OIN the thousands of motorists who report they get their best mileage from 76. You'll find 76 now possesses higher antiknock quality than ever before...gets you iway faster... takes hills easier... runs smoother. Test 76 in town and on the highway. Check it for performance and mileage. UNION OM COMPANY HIGHER QUALITY ANTI-KNOCK LEADER I • H . \:it Roosevelt, Glass P olicy holder S of Pacific Hold Conference r> '•r From /*npr Our) Mutual to Be Protected m) an tho ProMdrnt hnn no Intention of visiting tho Htalo fulr nt IDos Molnos or limiting a public ;i<ltlro«« nt ;my ttnin during Iila prcnont woHtorn lilnornry. lie explained, howovor. that Mr. vpll. would imikr a radio Homotlmo (hiring tho tour lit n (Into Mini pluoo yet to bo nouni'oil. Tho first stop of tho prrnlilt special will N> at Ulnmarok. N. I),. Thurmlny. Thoro tho Initial confer- ent'p 011 drought problems will occur with the nrthiK governor, Htato und federal offlcliiln and United States senators. Tho discussions will bo repeated with othor Muto hoiulH nt Plorro. S. D., St. I'HUl, Minn.. I,n CrosHc, \V1»., DOR Molnos, Springfield. 111., and Indianapolis. HUllKK KHSIGNS OMAHA, Nob., Aug. 2f>. (A. Resignation of United State* Senator 13dward K. Burke of Onmhu IIH Democratic national commit teaman for Nebraska was announced horo today. ff'nttftt ] f)S ANOKKKK, Aug. 23.-"-Superior -J JudRc IN'tuy M. \Vllllrt today ruled till policy holilnrs of the old I'aelflo Mutual 1 ( lfo IiiRimmcc (loin- l»iuy of ('nlU'ornlji ."hull hi- given pro- Ifcilon to i ho full extent of tho firm's iiHHiMH during the current reorganization proeri'illngH. "Samuel \.. t'an»'ntor, Htato Inmir* anee coinmlHsloner, as consorvutur of tho old company. IH accei>tlug pn i - inlumN during thoHO pronoodlngH and tho rlghtH ol' all policy holders of thn old company are protected by this courHO—to tho extent of tho company's assets." Judge Willis announced. This wns interpreted to Includo the noneanuoltable, policies sold through miscalculation at a tow premium, which caused -company officials to cleclaro the firm Insolvent. Under a proposed reorganization plan those policies would be left In tho, old firm and tho Ho-cniled "sound" policies would be transferred to a new Pacific Mutual Mfo iMHiir/moe Company, dropping the words "of California" from th<* old name. \\ ire > Judge, Willis, in quick fashion fn today, disposed of numerous hampering tncbnlonlltlna and cleared the way for a climax lo tho lit* thon rofOHsnd < ourt und callod thn attornnyH Into n confcrcnuo to Iron out othor mat torn In preparation for (ItapoRlnK on \Vntlncnday of thi* threo innjor qnPHllonH: I. \Vhfltticr I'nrlflc Mutual solvent ui tho time of Its at* temped llqiilflntlon nnrl rnorgnn* I ration. '.!. Whether tho original appointment of (lotmtiliittloner Cnrpentcr us liquidator of thn old concern shall he Huslalned. .1. Whether the roorennf/fitioit problem will be approved. Thn reorganization plan previously was approved In court but tho. approval withdrawn last week because the judgo who gave It was n policy bolder, himself, and therefore disqualified. Now!... While Are at Their Very • tl ' n I •ft -1 I L- r ' "f i - Pi t* riicrc arc more reasons than price For choosing your coat in this sale. This, for instance, the best of the'pells are chosen at the beginning of the season and workmen have time to put the best of their skill into every garment made, therefore a coat chosen now would be a better investment than at any other time in the year. The Brock reputation is an added guarantee for high quality. Choose your coat tomorrow. STROLLERS, TROTTEURS, SWAGGERS to LAPIN, JAPANESE WEASEL, ERMINE PERSIAN LAMB, CARACUL SQUIRREL LOCK, KIDSKIN FITCH AND SQUIRREL BROCK'S BUDGET PLAN Take advantage of the advance sale and buy your coat on Hrock's Hudgcl Plan, paying H little down and the buluncc out of income. FASHION FLOOR 't t

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