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(' ^-' m " 1 1 >' JI:.M •Iffl - •* ' F - {-*, J . . , t 'X^ '-.* '- "U^l l ?' f |^-k' r' - i v ' ; .-• F • tV -'' <- ^ i *• » . ft *v L.-l -^ N J V,; A !•• *1 i, "J', J^3- J J' -*K < . ' i i : ' » ,i 4 i_ - ' • r-r ^ - * 4 I L -' " . r i. j> ^1 • i F*" • .k ' ' ^ II ;'t >• / i \ 'oo S » i • ••~'« v^ i, i *t* - ' l ~ ; i| ; » ; . J ' t . ' v*. I . - 1 f*- t ' -•- - > '• ' - 'n .-I' 1". * - - - ' . I :^.v. • i ^ .s» ,i i A .* •_ .*;' i f ' * -1 i 1 * r* 'i ' > *- * *: t .- Hl n .4 ,'J W -+'\ T:- > J y, 'P rA '« "- • ^ >, M .*, T< • i i - I. I f -.. t -, H T b 'I 1 -I- i - NGmtCE EDITOR'S- NOfC.—th» Unlit* Pr««; In vitw *f tti« rfttth «t Calvin CMlUl*. mvt wlth>w*ritt» r hU lut mftjtr mitrvltw wttli KtyiMiitf Clwnr, ehM •( th« UnlU* Prm WMltl*i- kurtau. ClM»«r Ulhrt, with Mr. Cftlltfi* In th* M«fth«Hifl Uw »ITUt fr«« 9^0 a. •. u«. NtftMktr 13.MM!. Tilt ftrmtr prtil«Mt MdlHtd Mfwl«l«* fir iwl»tl«' tf IN at that tlMa MtMw ha '«M nat with ta luterftrt" l« natltnal aMatn. ^ "I T " '" 30lh Presiden t 1 ••' vBeside Father and - =• Son, Calvin r- 'i- SERVICES SIMPLE i . By RAYMOND CLAPPER (Ca»yrl|ht, IM3, ay UnlUtf Praia In All Cauntrlat) NQTON. Jati; 0. »r qalvln 'CooUd-Fo told me in the quiet .of Northampton, Mass.* law office that such success us credited to htm ns' president was duo to the fact that "when there was a Job to? be done, I found the best man to do it and let him do it." ' The former president cocked his . -_ »..-,-, var«~« w *-i*-k i high-topped tan shoes on'his tlme- AS LIFE HE JLEDIetained golden oak desk as he talked that morning, November 13, 1931. He paused ns he talked, and drew at the white paper holder which held his long cigar tipped by nu inch of undisturbed white ash. Talked 2'/a Hour* . I had climbed\th"p Worn' steps ,6f the old-.bric'k^ Masonic • Temple In North- amp ton to-talk about business conditions, for we then were In one of the more hopeful, periods of the depression. ]We talkeA from 0:30 until noon. Bookcawes in the small 'room held ancient law books. .A faded facsimile of the .^Declaration of Independence hung on one wall. His desk, unlike that he uned at Washington, was piled high with' all sorts'rpf'pa« pers. , - • •••-":• "Shots In Arm" Uatleta . "Shots in the arm," he said, "will not do business much real good. Most of the plans .being .talked about'us cures are really plans .for putting the losses off on the other fellow. It probably would bo better to take the losses right-where they occur and be done r — — State Nation ^ • aused Coolidge Serious Concern --^•^•^ -V^ .-.,'J. A . , - , -- -: r i J .^\ -, • /,i>U '"• i^ /-»'.*« I v . L P « ^, COMMENT BY WILL ROGERS W - f H Kfe _ ri ' k r * * . • * "-J ^ i:vi -T ' * , *='• J .•. ' t ' i \i-*t - r '.• ,!" '' --*. ' ' • i V* i r' Ghortli » f Trout Streams Will * * ' * * ; Surround^oiiib 'NORTHAMPTON, •,v(A*-'P**) ; r—Puner*!.'; vln'Coolldo* tornorpow; \ ? Betwatn B:30 and 9t30 the public will be^p*rmltteil:to fMr^pait^the former" president's/bier. ; 10:30 a. m.—Services at the Jon* athan>'Edward* Church wlthr Reverend -Albert' J. Penner officiating and : -President Hoover and other, high dignitaries attending. The mournere, Including Mr p. Coelldge, Mr. and Mr§. John Coel- Idge 4 and frlenda will motor to Plymouth, Vt, 100 milee away, lmmedlat«ly, after the aervlcee. . Arrive at Plymouth about 3* •p. m* , , . ' • Service* by Reverend Mr. Penner at the grave where Mr. Cool- Idge'a father" and son are burled. (United-Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan'.. 6.—Former President Calym Coolldge told Charle* B. Hayes of New York, In hie Northampton home on Wednesday he. was .In a highly: nervous condition due. to worry, over the distressed, state of the nation, Hayes said today. "He looked' older', and more drawn than when.I last paw him >only a few .months, ago," Hayes said.- "He referred to the matter of his condition himself. ' He s«ld •( - i - - s t A • *J " "^ " had b««n working hard 1 • • * J Roosevelt and Leaders I Congress Reach Agreement • ~ . ' , BALANCED BUDGET »»—.w ^ ««^«—•-^W-i—«• HELD FIRST DUTY BEVERLY HILLS, Jan. 6.— To the Editor of The Bakerifleld Call- forniani fflr. Coolldge', you didn't .have to die for me to throw flowers on your grave. I have told a million jokas about you but every one wee based on some of your splendid <|u«lltleV You .had a hold on the American people regardless of politics. They kn*w you were hon* eet r eoenomloal and had a native common ' sen«e. Hletory generally records a place for a man that Is Ahead of hie time: But, we that lived.with you will always remember -you because you was "with" your times. By golly, you little red-headed New Englander, I liked you. You put horse .tense Into statesmanship and Mrs. Coolldge's admiration for you la an American '.-•::..v^'i4'i ;..,.' trm - b ^ J'» s i • =-\.';;s*t^ • >- - -J-- -. V mm COUTH, BEND, Ind., Jan. (United Press Leased Wire) The South Bend News Times said -today .- -. - I f P r. I -l ^-1 :>"f-') ^ t+i I'L f a copyrighted story that It had learned "from an unimpeachable. f\ " that government operatives h»ve ascertained-thrtt a gangster's vine tral You ROQ 1 I 1 L Will Cut Governmental Cost; Beer, Farm Aid ' * f r . . ' ,to Be Pressed CALIFORNIA FRUIT source bomb caused tlie -airplane crash in Kansas. in 1931 that killed Knute Rockne and seven other persona. The bombfthe News Times said, In quoting the government operatives at second-hand, through a man whose name was withheld, was intended for Rev., John Reynolds of the Notre Dame University faculty, who had bfeen a witness at the trial of Leo Brothers for the slaying of JaUe$- Lingle. Chicago Tribune reporter. I* Thought Priest on Plane <?> ^ • 'm, '- J ^V^w, .•£*•'I** ferred pa of the. unemployed as preying on his mind." with It. "When business men become ] con- vinced'commodity prices will go no lower they'will begin buying- supplies," he predicted. - . Larger railroads, I told him, objected to the Interstate commerce commission's proposal which would re- ly THPMAS L. ^ffiitf$Pre*s$e^dW EW YOftKj Jafc "'vill^ go ^t^'^wor budget-balancing program, embody* ing'increased income and excise taxes on the average citfzen, and draatic , retrenchment in government costs as drafted by President- elect Roosevelt and his party leaders. Democratic congressional leaders, at their conference with Roose- The News Times Bald there information that Father Reynolds had planned to take the same plane as Rockne to the west, later being unuble to go. However,' an official of Notre Damo University told the United Press that: > Is definitely, .-eutabll«hed that L. A. Seeking U.S. Loan, Via Rolph, of $11^000,000 ^ Efxpo rt T 1 *' )'T>*»^ rom S. F. tin Customs Areas Alone Arc $30,000,000 'r- I . 1- velt which broke up early today, i trlctH pledged themselves to press enactment | n tlfe'first 11 months of 1932. of the budget-balancing program, farm i fi eure s were government statistics re- ^h f fe^ • ^^ ^^ ^K ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^& •• ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^H Press Leascd'Wire) FRANCISCO, Jan. ; 6 nta fru.lt expoYts from the San Francisco and Los. "Angeles customs dls- more than $30,000,000 The Government, ^open^jveii; ; wpre In South 'Bend a-fow ; diii*s dgd rounding out tholt* evidence, tho story said, and had It complete even to the name of the man Buapoctea of plnafng the bomb In a mall pouch In the plane. • » i Suapeot Not RevtaJed "The name of tho suspect was not revealed to our Informant," tho News Tlmeu suld. , According to the newspaper's ver- relief and. R beer, bill. leafied, today by Wesley O/-Ash, chief l Blon - the government operatives have Known By THOMAS MORGAN, Jr. (Attnnciatcd Press Leased Wire) ^NORTHAMPTON, Mass,, Jan 6. r. -Coolldge goes to his long rest I quire them to turn over proceeds of tomorrow amid the austere hills | rate.increases to-weaker roads. Government In Buafneis Mr. Coolldge observed: . "Everyone wants the government to Wisdom and Warmth Told or Retold They further considered relief for of the^ San Francisco office of the bu- b *e" working on the case since BOOH after the fatal plane crash. Their suspicions, • It was, said, were aroused by the fact boMtes of the victims were torn and mangled far beyond what (United Prc*» Leaned Wire) ; LOS ANQELE8, Jan. 6.—Governor Jamea/ R.olph, Jr., wao to be asked today by the county Board of Supervaori to seek a" federal loan of $11,000,000 to 'flnance we) * fare, needs In Los Angeles oounty. . ChAfrman Frank L* Shaw said the board's request would be In the form of a resolution, providing that the. money should be repaid either by diverting one-fifth of tha state's federal road appropriations or through a sales tax. The oounty has appropriated $7,400,000 for welfare needs but Charities Superintendent William R. Harrlman Informed the supervisor's the amount waa nearly $9,000,000 short of anticipated requirements. to Ferret Out Alleged i " i '' Irregularities •••l^l^lllHBI^IBBlll^l^l^l^l^l^P^P^P -, h OTHER WILL DELVE INTO EXPENDITURES * j Iniiian Heads Former and b Bush of Oakdale n 1 F 1 Latter • -• m-\ Of WiL I S!"""2 ra A ne - a w ™ llrf ° Rdfi i p j;? btt ^ ly I rcau of foreign and -domestic com- vj. TT** f | through the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. ,The budget-balancing, program, the major matter before the conference here, calls'for: Budget-Balancing Program I L ^^^ ^^™ T merce. ' • . Outbound cargoes in the like period of 1931 totalled 942.490,768. The de- , cllne of 28 per cent was partly ftC wight be .expected by a plane faUlnii. ccunted for In price reductions. While California .fruit exporters were re- "Rockne's head was torn from tho and bodies of the other victims the story BE1IY COM of!his riafJve Vermont and the thoughts of a nation he led will follow^ the simple cortege. The (Associated Press Leased Wire) . i , r ,'," t J—.""V'V" ;»"." T""—7"". 7— A .~~* I wara horrlhlv munirled *' fl , , . 1. Increase of normal Income tax .quired to Blrfsh prices to bring their, P™ 8 uornD| y mungiea, ,. . b J? an ' e -"~ An almOB } rates of 4 per cent on the first $4000 of products within the purchasing; power 1 8aldt endless stream of Cbo)Ue;e lore poured taxable Income and 8 per cent above of foreigners buying with depreciated tne capital witn the newni t h a t to.8 an4.t2 per cent,.reBpectively, .home currencies, the demand for tho .„ . •«.«• - AU« i wUi be as simple as the tay out of hts owh( .. the other fellow's business but life he led. That Is the keynote of the funeral under preparation to- 'tlav -for the thirtieth president-?struck down yesterday by a heart at- He talked of tax problems. "Qne of. the difficulties I found in Waphiugton was ..that a delegation from the chamber of commerce would rates which Congress rejected a year | state's produqts was etronpr enough to formant as lenrnlng'from the govern- keep up a heavy outflow. . ment Investlgi^tprs that the bomb was Conflicting StOFlCS I Old Ot 2. Reduction of present exemptions! Total dried fruit shipments from Sun ft time machine and had been set to n • rt n i r rt « l A on married persona from $2500 to |2000. Francisco aggregated 2f)9,872,IOO poundH explode while the piano was in the air. DCing WOUno, uaggOU Qlm /Continued on Page Five) tack, that came swiftly and left him bear In one hand a petition to re- dead with an cxpreuslon of peace on I duce taxes and in the other recom- hla face. ....... while expressions of mourning came from-all over-ine^-world,' plans; wero laid-for;a funeral that, despite Its uh* oBtentatioua features, will be a no tub U-one in the-nation's history. w -PresWent-Hoover to Attend PresJijent Herbert Hoover will come from Washington for the services at 10:30 ; a. m., eastern standard time, tomorrow -at Edwards Congregational phurch-Ttlie historic structure\on Main street named: for Jonathan Edwurdu of the former president's death. All who knew htm unburdened themselves of little known tal«s of the wit and warmth of heart possessed by the man who won fame by his silence and un- ^nie^old^he 6 !?^^^^^ to ^ou.wou uou.) I months of 1931. Tho two best SUH- In toSlr eyei .Stiew Sth^ w^lSSd i ' Continuationi of the 1-cent a gal- talned volumes ^ere for dried frultH m ineir eyes, otnern \\itn a \uum8icai n on gasoline tax for another year be* for smile as they recalled some prankish | yond H 8 expiration date, next July l, estimated to raise $137,000,000. Ttme Bomb The , story quoted tho paper's In- (Revenue increase estimated ut from I compared ,wllh 301,060.315 in the 11 $130,000,000' to $200,000,000.) OS FUNERAL mood, or a well-turned joke by the former president. . But few who knew him could resist, the urge to tell a story. The whimsical stories were In the majority ' for almost -everyone Mr. Coolldge came 'in contact with had some .evidence of his humor while few indeed were allowed to. see'the depth salad, with -111406,825. pounds, against 11,603,076, and dried apricots, . „ _ ., m .,™^ rt ,^ . .with 26,083,975 pounds, agalnut 27,9,60,4. Reductions of $100,000,000 In ap-• 4 02. Primes led the San Krnncisco expropriation bills below the estimate'of! port*, with 14t.684.2dG pounds, against Father Reynolds appeared In Chi- oaflo soon after Brothers waa arrested, and Identified him. Later he was a witness at the trial. Brothers was . convicted and sentenced to 14 years' Imprisonment. Robbed o£ $41,500 President Hoover. 5. The beer tax, estimated to raise $125;000,000. ' , Fills $492,000,000 Gap, 108,327,889. HatHliiH totalled 97,186,792, against 112,244,045. Press Leased Wire) HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 6.—In a wealed police report which was opened today It wiifl tllnclOHed that Betty CompHon, Rock no, coach of the Notre Dame I film netross, who Ha Id nlie was hold up football team, was on route to Los In her home last night und robbed of AnpoleH to aid In making u motion JewelH which Hlie viilued at $41,COO, November shipments declined sharply picture when he foil to death March wa* nwaro of the Identity of the rob- from October," largely, due to heavy 31 t 1931. This nils up the gap of $492,000,000, early season shipments to beat the . , (Associated press Leased Wire) HA&tpURG, Germany, Jan. 6.—The body, of'Doctor WUhelm Cuno. former chancellor of Germany, and head of Congressional leaders will come, too, and groups of '•Distinguished^ people from- many • cltleSr-Washinffton, New I Tuesday, was Interred today.In Ohls- I had'conf'idence." of emotion to which the most Intimate I which Is the deficit at the end of tho | British tariff Increase, attested. Silence Waa Myth F Edward T. Clark, his .secretary for eight years, pronounced the Coolldge alienee a myth; -Ho could talk,, always, with the I"™* 1 " >?•?. '° r fiscal year, ending July 1, 1934.1 The state's November total was This program wns evolved by the | valued at $2,354,130, against $6,111,960 In October, and $3,898,647 in when Koonevelt turned down ; the | bej*, 1931. manufacturers' sales tax, and wns AIR OFFICIAL DECLARES BOMB THEORY POSSIBLE rt Q \ for her. The actroriH, the report said, wa« nfmld to name the intruder because he might "take her for a ride." ' Police naiil they had Hummonod her and B. D. Lenhln, who was in her "" " *V^*»^** «*. ^i v* a««c^ii^ ? C^II^A a«w«%a i^*» i - AJLw ^vu»v* v€%iA« t •«*• n MT^.BS >ti *VA* ^t*v *|-. M -rr ' \ i liliiA Hambur»T-American line, who died utmost freedom to those in whom ho *L"' «?J" .? Ia . ced respons bll ty^ upon them and then approved ..their hand!Yo^k, Boston and others. The choir Ldorf cemetery after services in the Jn. which Mra;^ C.oolidge hap often sung Catholic St; Mary's Church. ""add Its voices to the services for Numerous notables attended includ- _ ^ - 1 - ' ^ - - ^ _ •BA^-'L^A-kl . _ ' . I " ifrs. Harry S. New, wife of Cool-. -,. -- r»««,««-«*i Idge's postmaster general, attested to J-g"> "LiSS !c the depth of his emotions. |ieaaers smiled the ,dead, and there w|Jl be a brief | ing Minister • of Transportation von "I don't think .people knew how Ruebenach and Admiral Rader, who really warm-hearted he was'and _ \&^ '' • _4_ ^& — ^ ^ ^& Bermon, . -,, ; " • • : . Burial Beside Father' Afterward a BlmpU) motor proces- ; slon will start for Plymouth, Vt., more • than 100 mlleB away, to Ifty the "alientil bier. president" b?sido his father and : h|fk The Prince of Wales telegrapKed hjs son Calviir, .The burial, simpler cvenroondolenceH. All Hamburg-American than tlio aervlcea, will take place In ships .lowered;^their flags and stopped — 4 ' —, L • •• 1 . A .. • . « • ™ * - » *. » •» * late afternpon. . ' Mr. Cooll^go died much as he had|-hour of the ceremony, .The•,chancel- lived— albne» .: '' At "Tt^e Beeches," the home' In which he sought seclusion, that treo- , framed dwelling to k whlch he repaired when the cares of a nation f ell x from his .shoulders, the former president succumbed to the fatal heart attack. Beloved Sanctuary • He had whipped alder-fringed Vermont, Htreums,—ulono, and quickened represented the navy.. , , I understanding he had," she said.!"I ^Four 1 .' Ham burg-Am or lean. Line remember the funeral services for hin steamship captains stood guard at the I boy in Northampton.- The president and Mrs. Coolldgft ,,»*t and listened with faces that <|Ja not show their grjef. -But Just at the end, I saw him reach toward-her. tyind.- He.took their engines for > two mlnuteu at 'the 1 It-softly In >^ and held it for a rno- - ' ' - ' ment. That ^one geHture told more lery in Berlin lowered Us flag to half | than worUs,^ tears." staff. , in congresslonnl philosophically over "Jf ht ' s j; 01 * ^ they emerged the nearly five-hour conference the comfortable library of. tho Koosevelt home on Sixth street here set themselves to tho tank which L. A. vs. Owens Valley Case to Be Appealed « ^L_. . ' ' f ^S~ ^* >- . " (United Press Leased Wire) HAKFOBD, Jan. 6.—Notices of ap- Detp Feeling Others, too, who had' been reticent In hU lifetime to speak of personal things, hurried . forth i with their own evidence of his deep feeling. But above all ran those curious, economically- worded outbreaks of His Innate humor. Many newspaper men recalled his »v in«f Wartime Taxts The rates they decided to-'levy on the averuge citizen's pocketbopk—and , (Continued on Page Ten) . ( Mrs. Roosevelt; Son to Coolidge Funeral RAINEY H EXTRA Transcontinental-Western Air Lines, today HIIId It was possible that the plane oriiRh which resulted In death of Knuto HouUne and seven other men could have been caused by a planted bomb. headquarters again for u second questioning, Bound and Gagged The robber, who late last evening forced hlH way her home, bound U ssooia-ted Press Leaned Wire) YORK, Jan. 6.—T5efore lea'v- answer when aome, years bnMt he. wau Unit* for his home ut Hyde Purk today, on Page Five) WEATHER ' San Francisco, bay region: Fair tonight and ^Saturday; local frosts In morning; moderate temperature; rintlo nprtherly winds. TWorthern Californla; PVlr tonight and Saturduyi local valley fogn; normal temperature; moderate northerly winds,. ; Sierra Nevada: .^alr tonight and •Saturday; little change In tempera,- ture; moderate variable winds. Sacramento. Santa Clara and San JoaquJn valleys; Fair tonlgnt and •SftturOayMocal fogsi normal temperature; gentle northerly winds, ' Southern California: Fair tonight und Saturday; no change in tern. ; gentle northerly ,wlnd» peal from a ruling In favor of the city asked what ho thought of, .then cur- President-elect Franklin''p. 1 Roosevelt of ; Ix>s AngeloH In a fawsqtt afafiiRt W»t attackn on tho private Hfo of sent a telegram of condolence to Mrs. the Owens Valley Irrigation District, Qeorge Washington. He turned from Calvin Coolldgf*. , . , were flle^d In Superior Court here }JM«. ****•: walked to a window which "Mrs. Roosevelt and J offer our sin- th looked down upon the.tall white shaft cere sympathy. In the great sorrow to the south of the White House. He Utia* i»« u \ nmA +« « rt .. /„* ...,i^~_i.. >• th of the White House, he turned and tmld: Invalidate a bond • isHue, was decided In favor of Los Angeles by Superior Judge K. Van Zante, who also refused .the defendants a new'trial, They_ appealed. ',-•"•; that has come to you tso suddenly, the telegram read. "It Is with real monument's atlll rejfret that r f ln4 i t impossible to (United Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. 0.—A npeclal Besslon of Congress after March 4 Is Inevitable unless prohibition repeal, beer and farm relief legislation uro enacted this session, HOUHO Majority Lender Ralney said today on his .return, from tho New York oonferonco with President-elect Roosevelt. AH three of tliese leglHlutlvo Itonm aro major portions of-the Oemocrntlc progran) agreed upon Inst nfglit at the conference between Roosevelt and Democratic leaders. , Ralney said he waH expressing hlH "personal opinion" and no reason to believe that thta was so. • -Tho condition of the wreckage of the plane," Everett told the United "was ttuch that It was possible and gagged Miss Compnon and a companion after threatening to kill her of a Jewel box. Tho IOHB Is covered by Insurance, the nctre«H snld. Miss Compsou WILH playing cards with L*eHhln, her ex-production man*? ? 8lon o ',. u . bomb could ugrer, when the'robber, UrenHed In the have caused the craHh." FARMERS BATTLE NYARO; ONE DEAD .* - -" r Played Many Pr«nk« Insist That B.F.C. Report Its Activity h _ : . *' ^ ^^ j A i h . '-- I 11* (United;Press leased Wire) WASHINGTON, •JanV&T^Th* House today without voll;oa)i vote pa>sod tho l catch him ait It, Jioward ;.res9lutlon^ 'oolUng upon the The tales run on and ;0n, some proven Reconstruction Finance CorporaMon to fact, sonio on- the bor4erjlno* pt fip r on all Us loan ucllvUU^ «9t " * """ " ' " _;._ ' ,'. ... - h.!* l^n company Mrs.-Roosevelt and James to mi, «,«•* *r . - ^ , , . .Northampton.for the funeral." The White House , staff attested to airs. Roosevelt ana her «on ffames the ma,ny prunes Ije w0uja . play on planned to take a late, night train for those ubout him, usually wilUo M t even Northampton. cracking a smile to betray the amuse-' nient he got out of their reactions. * They ha4 to', move an., alarm button once to keep jilin from'stepping from his office on days' when nothing pressed .him, '-ringing the alarm that rushed all guard a'to t^'elr posts'and then'disappearing before ,they couW - - -. i See Pages 2 and 5 j • t T yro viuusly made * public .1, tion\ or ucroaa^iW. but ^aU ppd^ WUUout f dd.-^-:-'* s - v ••v':-:?-:;"?: 1 .: Other stories In connection with the. death of former Presi- dent'Coolldge' are printed on . , -. - i L ^™ •• - i ' . • "* • " • • ' "•' mt ' <- ' page two and five. ' ' that It did not represent any sort of agreement formal, or informal ut the conferonoe. Hw also.bwlleved that broadening the Income tax baHo UH a means of ralulng /iddltlphal; revenue' would not bo. resorted' to exrept In the last emergency. Such Broadening wua part of the budget balancinjar program Hirreed • ^k ^* ^^mm ^^H B ^^^H ^^^b ^b — on at tho New, York conference. (United Press Leased Wire) MACOMD. III., 'Jan. 0.—Details of a • t barnyard death battle two middle- aged farmers fought with fists :md cudgels over the uffecttotiH of one'H, wife cunw to light at un Inquowt here this afternoon. Tim part taken by I'M McCulloutfh, Oil, victor In tho fight, was still to come from his own lips. Authorities quoted him as saying: "I chokec) Elmer Gallagher to death after he attacked me with no HaHoran Loses and Must Go to Trial . f • m* « i ii •» i ni M * • t - . (United Press Leased F^oJ PHOlDNIXi Aria., Jan.'6.—John J. Halloran, wealthy Arizona lumberman, today lost his light to escape trial at) an accessory In the Ruth Judd murder casq. • , \ ? ; Superior Judge Howard Sueukman ordered. the county attorney to Hie a complain^ charging the lumberman, an ap accessory and "thcrofore proceed to trial." . V V ; ':•.'. AH Sheriff Guy Hardisty recon- tM the battle, ..^cCullough drove the Lnrnyiird of his homo about 8 o'clock luHt iiltfht, Oallugher, apparently' lying 1 In wait, brooding over hit* belief that the elder nvui hud paid attentions to Mrs. Gullagher, rushed out. . Neighbors pieced in details from the scene. . QiUlagher'u body Iky with tha legs under te budy, one hund doublet! under tho body, one hand lay McCullougn, unconscious. Neighbors said there had been 111 between the fanner*}, who lived a"i> olghUi of u inllo ttpurt, for aovoral years. . uniform of a messenger boy, knocked on tho door of her residence. "Miss OpmpHon?" he asked. * Tha actress replied in .tho affirmative and opened thn dour. Without hCHltatlng tho robber nuuhed open tho dour and forced Miss CoinpMon into the room with Leshln. He then nuulo thorn walk up the utulrs to u bedroom where ho bound and gagged them. "Now listen," the robber warned, "1 know my bustnuHs unU If you nuiku uny stiuiiwk I'll burn you both down." fr b (Continued on Page Seventeen) Guards on Duty in . Coal-Strike Region (Associated Press Leased Wire) WliiDKR, Tenn., Jan. ti.—National guard troopers were ordered buck into the strike-torn coul field* of Kentrebs and Overton counties today as civil uuthorlttes upptiiiletl for miltary aid to check*new flares of violence. More than 200 KUurdHjnon were withdrawn from the coul ficldo just before Christmas. LEA MUST FACE TRIAL .KNOXVILLB, Tenn., Jan. ti. (U. P.) Luke Lea, Nashville publisher and form or United Statew senator, will bo Leased Wire) , ;- CACRAMBNTO, Jan. 6.—M«imMrs Y of two Senate committees, one to ^Investigate rumors of irregularities In the state government and the other to study the expenditures of state departments, were named today by Lieutenant - Governor Frank F. M err lam, president of the Senate. The investigating committee will be comprised of the foliowInK: Senators J. M. 1 Inman, Sacramento, chairman; Bradford Crlttenden, Stockton; William E. Harper, San Diego; 'Herbert C. Jones, San Jose, and William P. Rich, Marysville. Bush Heads Other The "fact finding" committee to study expenditures .and functions of tho Htato government f or n report by the ttmo the Senate considers the 1Q33-3G budget: Senators David Bush, Oakdnle, chairman; James Allen, Yreka; Ray W. Hays, Fresno; R. R. Ingels, Potter' Valley, Mondo- clno county; W. H. Duval. Santa* Paula; John Moran, Corning. ' and Ralph K. Swing of San Bernardino. Promises Prompt Action -\ Senator Bush said his committee will, organise today and be ready for.work Monday. Director of Finance Rolland Vandegrift already hat* submitted HOV- eral suggestions for curtailment or R-ovornmcntul expenditures, a step urged by Governor ftolph as means of avoiding much of a predicted 960,000*-' 000 <ap between costs und revenue* next blennlum. ThlH fuct-flnrtlnic committee-la expected to report its recommendations to the Senate for confederation .with the l!»3a-85 budget, probably during the latter part of the first half ses-' slon. ' , Qarrlion-Eplsode Echo • Inman's committee Is to .delve Into rumors of Irregularities heard last October after Governor Rolph discharged Colonel Walter Garrison and • James I. Hens, heads of the department of public works. - . r Certain members of the-Assembly were reported considering Introduction of a resolution similar to the'Sen-. ate's separate Investigation of und governmental expenses. f *r ' S-; * : . , i »•• ••'. -' ».« i ~ . i • »- -, r ^•L . r- * - •f -.- -- ". . '. -' ?-; •(, • -*' v •"I •vr ' r-l .". vti -^ _i >» j -, - Vi] n ff •'*' ''t ' - 1 y-t -i i \- - 1 I ' - I -^ ,. I - t'id - '" '•''• -.'-'t - -•, • :, ;1 -t -. * - * -. ''-? F n ^ ASSEMBLYMEN ALSO MAY TAKE HAND SACUAMENTO, Jan. 6. Investigation uf rumored IA. f-I In the state government and of state (Continued on Page Seventeen) ' - -V-fi brought to trial In KeUerul Court on L-hargoa of violating the nntlnfiul banking laws, James A. . Whairtt spot-lal uHsUtant XJiiltcd States at tor uuy-geuerul, unnouucod today * * .' i - - -. T HOCK LCOLM COLLEQ HP A EATC LASS COM CATER TCJO •BARD 8TON ROOM BEA MART DANC CRY OOLLA EATtll.., COM PANY DHA RUO PAN EOLICK I ALTO .-.? 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