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SPEEDWAY CITY MAN FATALLY HURT BY AUTO Found Dead in Bed of In juries Suffered Tues day Night. Thirty-seventh traffic fatality in Marion county since Jan. 1 was recorded early today when Charles E. Stackhouse, 63, of 1310 North Warman avenue, was found dead in bed of injuries received Tuesday night in Speedway City. Stackhouse, owner of two barber shops in Speedway City, was talking to a friend. Charles Richardson, 37 when a bus approached. Waving it dow at Sixteenth and Main streets, Stackhouse walked across the street to board it and was struck by a car driven by Jack Hardee Kurd, 5075 West Sixteenth street. Stackhouse's injuries first were thought not to be serious, but he was found dead in bed this morn ing by Mrs. Stackhouse. Internal hemorrhages resulting from rupture of the spleen were responsible. Dr. John R. Salb, deputy coroner, found in exonerating Kord of blame. Richardson and other witnesses told Salb the accident was unavoidable. Surviving Stackhouse, besides the widow, are a stepdaughter. Mrs. Helen Martin, and a son, Frank Stackhouse, of the Warman avenue address; two other sons. Ross Stack house, Texas, and Charles Stack house Jr., Anderson. Cuts and bruises were incurred Tuesday bv Dr. J H. Gauss. 403 Medical Arts building, and Walter Eicksot, 26. of 2027 North Dearborn street, when a automobile driven b\ the former struck a truck the latter was driving at Michigan and West Streets. The truck was overturned and Bicksot w ts pinned beneath it. Two drivers were arrested on no driver’s charges following a collision of two automobiles at Madison and Southern avenues. Those arrested were John N. Schuster, 39. of 71 East Schiller street, and Herbert Cortright, 39. of R. R. 5, Box 605. Myer Barrett, 51, of 1653 Carroll ton avenue, escaped injury when his automobile struck a safety zone guard early today at Pennsylvania and Ohio streets. He told police he fell asleep at the wheel of his car. The City in Brief THFRSDAY Advertising Club, luncheon, Columbia Club. Enginering Society. luncheon, Board of Trade. Sigma Chi. luncheon. Board of Trade. Shrinp Caravan Club, luncheon. Mu ra* temple. Acacia, luncheon. Harrison. American Business Club, luncheon, Co lumbia Club. Illini Club, luncheon, Columbia Club. Real Estate Board, luncheon. Wash ington. Sigma Nu. luncheon. Washington. Smoke Abatement League, luncheon. Washington. Alliance Francaise. meeting. 8 p. m., Washington. Police Captain Arch Ball will sp?ak on "Ballisticr" at 6 p. m. Wednesday at the Columbia Club at the meeting of the Indianapolis Bar Association. Public euchre and bridge party sponsored by Service post. American Legion, will be given at the post hall in Oaklandon Friday night at 8. Committee in charge is composed of Austin J. Beaver. Harvey E. Chil dress. Mrs. Chester E. Lawson and Mrs. George D. Goudy. Ping pong games to determine the Y. M. C. A. championship will be gin at 7:30 Thursday ni?ht at the Central Y. M. C. A.. 310 North Illi nois street. Winner and runner up will be eligible to compete for the state and national champion ships. The sixth annual Mother’s day re ception given by the Washington ians. senior girls’ organization at Washington high school, will be held Thursday at 3:30. Miss Helen Houp, 24, Sullivan, suffered head and body injuries to day when the car in which she was riding with Sheriff Cleve Lewellyn of .Sullivan county, struck a truck driven by Charles Hannel, Bring hurst, Ind.. at Belmont avenue and Michigan street. Queen Esther chapter. No. .3, Or der of Eastern Star, will hold an entertainment in the social room of the Masonic temple. North and Illi nois streets, for members and friends. Friday night, following the chapter's stated meeting. yi M <5 iwt W K \ |f Q®" 1 Complexion Curse sh.’ thought she was just unlucky when he caller an her once —avoided her thereafter. 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Bill Moon and his Ambassador or chestra wil provide music. Arrangements for the dance are being made by Mrs. Eunice Haynes, vice-president of Delta chapter, and Edward J. Keller, president of the fraternity. DON’T HURL STONES, . JIM WARNS 6.0. P. Give Democrats a Chance, He Pleads in Address. James E. Watson, former United States senator, pleaded that the Democrats “be given a chance,” in an address at a dinner of the Junior Chamber of Commerce at the Lincoln Tuesday night. He warned "against throwing stones at the procession while it is getting started.” “I have uttered no censure against the present administration at Wash ington because its leaders are try ing,” he asserted. “Partisan as I am, I do not care what party leads us out of the depression.” The dinner marked end of the junior chambers’ membership drive. 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F| *to t ✓ \j hr f ri r j J ■ j ~~tfie ciaareffe -t/uvf’s Afilclw 193), Llccsn a Myiu Toutto Cos. > lwl ij. WX Vj. TotfcS Bette* LEGION CHIEFS TO SET POLICY ON LEGISLATION Laws Affecting Veterans to Be Topic Before Na tional Committee. Legislation affecting World war veterans will be the chief topic be fore the executive committee of the American Legion, which will con vene at 9 Thursday morning at na tional headquarters of the Legion, 777 North Meridian street, in a ! three-day annual session. As committee members assembled today, there was no indication of the policy it will adopt in regard to the legislation. Speakers at the opening session will be Louis Johnson, national com mander of the Legion, and General Roman Gorecki of Poland, president of Fidac, international organization of World war veterans of the allied nations. At 2:15, Gorecki will place a wreath on the cenotaph, memorial to unknown war dead, in the Indi ana World war memorial plaza. Among members of the committee already arrived for the meeting is Eiler Hansen of Sitka, Alaska, who is seeking support for establishment of a United Spates naval base on the Aleutian islands in the Pacific ocean. Election of a successor' to Eben Putnam of Massachusetts, executive committee member who died recent ly, will take place during the session. ROYAL PAIR SEES MOVIE Screen Erected in Windsor Castle; “Cavalcade”’ Is Shown. Hy United Prexx WINDSOR, England, May 3. Ancient Windsor Castle, home of English kings, was turned, into a movie theater for a time today, when King George V and Queen Mary witnessed the film “Caval cade.” A screen was erected in the Waterloo room, amid scenes of the famous battle of Waterloo, at which Wellington overwhelmed Napoleon. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES LEFT BEHIND BY GARBO With Greta Garbo back in Cali fornia, Max Gumpel, above, is keeping strict silence in Stock holm over recurring reports that he and the famed screen star are engaged to marry. Gumpel is an engineer. PROTEST FILED ON SALES TAX Manufacturers’ Delegation Visit Statehouse to Voice Opposition. Protest against payments by In diana manufacturers of the one half of 1 per cent gross sales tax on products exported from the state was registered today with Clarence Jackson, state sales and income tax collector. The delegation protesting con sisted of directors of both the In diana State Chamber of Commerce and the Indiana Manufacturers' As sociation. Attorney Fred E. Matson, spokes man for the group, asked that separate accounts on out-of-state sales be kept by factories and that no tax payment be. made until litigation is completed. He said a court test could be completed by January, 1934. COX TO RENEW STATE SAVINGS BANKJNQUIRY Ex-Officials Subpenaed to Appear Today Before Circuit Judge. Further investigation of affairs of the defunct State Savings and Trust Company and its receiver ship was to-be held this afternoon ' in a special hearing before Circuit : Judge Earl R. Cox. The hearing was delayed this i forenoon due to another bank hear ing. Former officials of the bank were subpenaed Tuesday by Homer Elliott, j present receiver, on order of Cox. | for questioning regarding real estate j transactions uncovered by an audit j conducted by a depositors’ commit- j tee. Scott Brewer, former president of the bank and now of Louisville,! appeared in court today. E. Kirk McKinney, works board president, and George E. Brewer, father ot the bank president, also were present. Wolcott Not Subpenaed Eben Wolcott, former bank re ceiver, also was expected to appear. He was not included on the list of witnesses supenaed by Elliott. Today's hearing was arranged by Cox after K. I. Hamilton, account ant, who audited the bank records, and R. D. Evans, representing the depositors, appeared in court more than a week ago to disclose in formation. which they alleged showed questionable real estate transactions. Testimony at the hearing will be sent to Prosecutor Herbert E. Wilson, who is conducting a person al investigation of records turned over to him by Cox last week. Wilson in Washington It is expected that Oscar Hage mier, grand jury deputy prosecutor, was to be in the courtroom during the questioning. Wilson, who now’ is in Washing ton, had several conferences last week with Cox and Mrs. Ida Broo, court auditor of the bank’s records. Transactions involved in transfer of stock in the Roosevelt building, FAIR—WELL! if ip I Iff Bound for Europe to play in sev eral pictures, lovely Thelma Todd, popular film actress, flashed this parting smile for her American fans on her arrival in New York from Hollywood. Illinois and Washington streets, and the lease formerly held by the bank on the site of the Circle Tower building, are among those on which the questioning will center. In the Air Weather conditions at 9 a. m.: North wind, ten miles an hour; temperature, 47; barometric pres sure, 29.85 at sea level; general con dition, overcast; ceiling, 1,000 feet; visibility, ten miles. MEYER-KISER BANK HEADS TO MAKEjIEPORT Liquidating Agents to Answer Questions of Depositors. (Continued From Page One) ! Meyer and J. Kiser and the individ- I ual holdings were consolidated in f j the Pilgrim Property Company in j 1926, Cohn said. In return for deeding their hold ! ings to the company, Meyer and | | Kiser received all of the common | stock and placed in on the market, : according to Cohn's testimony. "In other words. Meyer and Kiser employed themselves to sell their own property and used the name of - bank in its sale?” Cox asked the witness. "Yes," was the reply. “In effect, then, Meyer and Kiser 1 got rid of their personal property | and got their money, when the pub- j | lie bought the stock?” j Cohn replied affirmatively. GIVEN TREASURY POST j W. A. Julian of Ohio Agrees to Take U. S. Job. j Ry l nitrd Press CINCINNATI, May 3.—W. A. Julian, Democratic national com- ■ mitteeman, today telegraphed to the President his acceptance of the proffered post of United States treasurer. Kidneys Must Glean Out Acids l The only way your body can clean ' out Acids and Poisonous wastes from ' your blood is thru the function of mil j lions of tiny Kidney tubes or tillers, but be careful, don't us-* drastic, irri- j fating drugs. If poorly functioning i Kidneys and Bladder make you suffer from Getting Up Nights, Leg Pains, Nervousness. Stiffness, Irritation, Acid ity, Neuralgia or Rheumatic Pains. Lumbago, or Loss of Energy, don't waste a minute. Try the Doctor’s pre scription called C.vstex (pronounced Siss-tex). 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