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Daily News from Los Angeles, California • 3

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Daily Newsi
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Los Angeles, California
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3
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ILLUSTRATED DAILY NEWS, LOS ANGELES, CALIF. TIRIEU DONATED LAND AWAITS 15,000 FAMILIE COUNTY BOARD ASKS CITY TO SUPPLY WATER Hawks Tries Robot Dash PEDLEY TELLS GRAND JURY THREAT NOTES LOAN FOR ZEP HANGAR RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, June 1j- fill!) -An official treasury statement tonight said the government would loan eontoa to aid in constructing a Zeppelin hangar here. This dty is the western terminus of the commercial flights of the German Graf Zeppelin. BOLIVIANS REPULSED ASUNCION, Paraguay, June strong Bolivian attack In the Fort Herrera sector of tha Oran Chaco territory was repulsed today with enemy losses, an official announcement said. BEER, WINE VOTED LAGUNA BEACH, June By a majority of 556 to 211, Laguna Beach voters approved the continued sale of beer and wine, according to a tabulation of ballots today.

It was the third dty In Change county to approve beer sales by flection. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1933 IMStStiBKTir BROADWAY HILL SEVENTH "OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY" If the Los Angeles department of water and power will supply free water, approximately 15,000 families now dependent upon county welfare and other relief agencies can raise their own foodstuffs on land donated in the San Fernando valley; according to a resolution passed yesterday by the board of supervisors. Seed for planting the land 'will be supplied by various chambers of commerce and other organizations In the coupty, according to Rex executive assistant superintendent of the department of The supervisors asked the dty water department' to sijpply frqu water and make the development possible. Many units of the Unemployed Co-operative-Relief association ndw are operating under the plan, using water donated by other communities In the county, Thomson revealed, as major part of their "self-help" projects. Supervisor- Roger Jessup declared that 1500 acres of land in his extensive' fifth district were available lor cultivation by.

unemployed if water can be obtained. 1 fifepi (Picture on Page I) With a robot at the controls, Lieut Frank Hawks, internationally known speed pilot, will take to the air early today at Los Angeles municipal airport on a nonstop flight to Hew York. On this flight Hawks will have a new role, that of navigator only. He announced yesterday that he expects to set his plane down at the Ptoyd Bennett airport tonight jroviding the mechanical pilot does not get the controls mixed. The robot pilot, perfected by George de Beeson, a friend of Hawks, Is expected totaulrk a new chapter In aviation history In that.

If It works, all Hawks will have to do will be to set the compass for the coarse and let the mechanical pilot do all the work. On this trip Hawks will use i new Texaco Bky Chief, a 14-cylinder, low-wing monoplane, equipped with a 750-horsepower motor and capable a speed of 250 miles an hour. Although planning a scientific test of the new robot, Hawks said last night that' he had hopes of, making his own west-east non-stop record of 17 hours, 38 minutes and seconds; which he established In June, .1929. According to the builders of the plan, it is the forerunner of a new type- of express and mall plane. Ii; has a capacity of two tons and a compartment for one pilot.

WEATHER FORECAST Los Annies and vicinity: Mr Friday and Saturday, but ovtrent In morning. Moderate temperature with gentle ahittlng wind. f. jx. A Blah temperature.

temperature. Bun 4:43 a.m.lSun p.m, Eric Pedley, San labriel polo star, appeared )e(ore the county grand jury yesterday and testified concerning four. letters he had received in which the writer demanded $500, threatening to blind or disfigure the sportsman's three children if the amount was not paid. After hearing Pedley and E. T.

Von Buelow, held as a suspect, the Jurors decided adjourn until this afternoon, when additional evidence will be presented. Pedley told the Jurors that he, acting with deputy sheriffs, had placed apackage at thfe gate of the Mldwlck Country dub, the location designated in the lottos. Von Buelow was taken into custody when he picked up the parcel, officers stated. Buelow testified for neatly an hour yesterday, Insisting that he was Innocent, If was The suspect said he was teaching his 12-year-old son to drive an automobile and that they were. changing seats when he saw the package and Investigated.

Deputy sheriffs, however, said the parcel was not visible from the road. Von Buelow, 48-year-old Alhambra resident, was returned to the county JaU following the Inqulsfe tlon. Milk Consumers Promised Another Day of Cut Prices With several details of the permanent stabilization program far the milk Industry still to be worked out; milk consumers of the Los Angeles area yesterday were promised at least another day of low prices. W. J.

Kuhrt, chairman of the Los Angeles milk arbitration board, de dared that more than 80 per cent of the industry had agreed upon the major features of the program, but that the new price schedule probably would not go into effec until tomorrow because of a few points still under discussion. The new prices-are 10 cents for home delivery and 9 cents In stores. With approval of the stabilization program, the plan Is to be submitted by the Industry to the federal government for enforcement' Girl Dies After Being Trapped in Blazing Machine Trapped Inside a blazing automobile, Betty Raabe, 13, of 3028 Flower street, suffered burns which caused her death In the Georgia street hospital early yesterday. The child was riding In a car which was driven by her brother, Harry, and containing her mother, Mrs. Belle Raabe.

Their machine was struck by another car driven by Benjamin Buchanan, Negro, of 1001 East Thirty-fourth street who wss arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, -according to police reports. Moon p.m.Moon it. 13:44 a.m, High tide 1:10 a.m. and p.m. Low tide a.m.

and 11:34 p.m. rwi V' lv. Nhat! Many Await Chest Plans At i s- Vr, Vv a sf -i- IX, 4 A JV. JV. Thousands More of Those Comfort Kings! Famous Fertile Land Awaits Repatriated Mexicans Solution to the problem indigent Mexican families In the county was offered yesterday by an Invitation from Gov.

Juentino Estinosa or the state of Nayarlt, Mexico, who said fertile fields in his state awaited the repatriated people. Rex Thomson, executive assistant superintendent of the county department of -charities, was authorized by the board of supervisors to attend a colonization conference the city of Tepic, Mexico, June 9 and 10, with a view to Inducing Mexican families here to remove to the state. Thomson revealed that during the past two yean approximately 13,000 families havq returned to Mexico as county and added thaf there are 5000 more families which might be persuaded to Join the colony. "The climate Is second only to Californias, the governor's Invitation read, "and tobacco, corn, cotton, bananas and sugar be grown abundantly. Young Girl Saves Life of Father Summoning her grandmother when she was unable to open the door Into her father's room, 5-year-old Marcelle Jean Short yesterday saved the'life of her parent.

Herbert J. Short, 33, of 944 South Downey road, who had Inhaled gas in an attempt at suicide, according to deputy sheriffs. The child's cries brought the grandmother, who managed to open windows Into the room, where Short lay unconscious. He was taken to the General hospital ant physicians say he will recover. Since Governor Rolph signed the Community Lead Chest bill several days ago, scores of men sad women have telephoned the Dally Hews and the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce asking where and when they may apply for rehabilitation under the program.

For the benefit of those who hsve called and those who contemplate Inquiry, the following facts ore again published: The Community Land Chest corporation has not been formed, as required by law. A committee appointed by President Daniel Hay of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Is drafting a working plan and thio will be printed In the Dally News when submitted and accepted. Meanwhile, there Is no office for the filing of applications. All the Information available has been published and each new step will be given publicity fat the Dally News. the corporation Is formed and ready for business, there is nothing to bo gained by making i a Hipline Shorts In Another Exceptional Value Event! i Los Angeles Men Will Welcome This Repeat At Pre-Flation Prices! i Here they are.

Men! 6000 more of those Hip-line Shorts that wont ba, sag: or pull, no matter in what position you find yourself! The reason? Because the seat is curved, with ness where it should be! Sizes 30 to 44.. Features Worth Noticing Strong: elastic or tie sides. Perfect fitting: yoke fronts.) Three Ocean Pearl buttons. Plain or fancy Broadcloths. I-.

Seat longer in back than front KnC-4li Ton See Judge, It Was Like This and the Shirts to make the team complete! Shirts of combed, npt carded usually far higher A priced! Choice of live knits and four neck styles. All scams rayon -stitched for strength. Sizes 36 to 46. Dill? Mrwi PhoiA, PETER THE GREAT JR ranine film star, pictured In court yesterday, where his master wss sued eharcr that Peter Jr. wss a had and chawed womans coat and frightened, her.

Peter Jr. went right ua to Judge A. A. Scott and said ho was a nice, mild-mannered boy. Judge Scott ugryed after such a plea, as you see la this picture, and damages were denied to the plaintiff, "Quecnle, Peter Jr.s pel.

Is seen corroborating the film hero's testimony..

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