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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 02, 1937, Image 10

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MRS. DA GAMA’S WILL
CONTESTED BY SON
Adalbert 0. Volck Charges It Was
Product of Fraud and Un
due Influence.
By the Associated Pres*.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2.—The succes
sion of tragedies that haunted the
family of the late Elisabeth Bates da
Gama, European society beauty, was
recalled yesterday, when her only
surviving son began proceedings to
break her will excluding him from her
estate.
Charging the will was a product of
fraud, undue Influence and mental
unbalance, the son, Adalbert G. Volck
of Santa Monica, Calif., applied in
surrogates court for an early trial of
his suit. The court indicated it would
open the case in January.
Mrs. da Gama, thrice-married
widow of a Brazilian Ambassador to
the United States, died in London
last April. (The diplomat resided here
from 1911 to 1918.)
She left an estate formally valued at
‘more than 820.000” to two children of
another son, the late Morris R. Volck,
principal victim of the series of mis
fortunes.
Volck, a Yale graduate and once
prosperous broker, died in a hospital
alcoholic ward in 1934, after being
found in a gutter near one of the
Bowery 25-cent hotels, where he had
lived for many weeks, Adalbert Volck's
suit said. ,
His death culminated a decline that
included the suicides of two of his
four wives. In 1926, after a month's
courtship; he had married Florida
Lalanne, Ziegfeld star, his third wife.
Four years later the Jumped from a
hotel window.
REPRESENTATIVE LEWIS
OUT FOR RE-ELECTION
House Member Has Served Sixth
Maryland District for
Seven Tears.
By the Associated Press.
Representative Lewis, Democrat, of
Maryland, today announced his can
didacy for re-election in 1938.
Mr. Lewis has served seven years
as Representative from the sixth con
gressional district of Maryland, which
includes all of the Western section of
the State.
His decision to seek re-election came
after several weeks of discussion by
Maryland political observers of pos
sibilities he would be a candidate for
the United States Senate.
CZECH TRADE TALKS
Formal Negotiations on Pact
Start Next Week.
The State Department will begin
formal negotiations next week with
representatives of the Czechoslovak
ian government for a trade agree
ment. with shoes an Important topic
for discussion.
Four government representatives
from Praha will arrive in this coun
try December 4.
SANTA CLAUS SUFFERS
BROKEN LEG IN TRAFFIC
Louisville Ken Clipped by Auto
mobile as He Was Crossing
Street After Hard Hay’s Work.
Br the Associated Press.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 2.—Santa
Claus was laid up with a broken leg
today—Just as his busy season was be
ginning-end all because the automo
bile is no respecter of persons.
With his jollity a trifle frayed,
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Santa, who also answers to the name
of Carl Nicholas (the middle name
really is Nicholas) Brelt. 63. wished
he had been a sleigh rider Instead of a
pedestrian.
The car clipped him as he started
across the street from the store where
he had put in a hard day’s wort. He
had, however, shed his whiskers and
pillow paunch. The store Is warming
up another Santa. ,
Manila’s Campaign.
Manila, P. I., is campaigning to
become the distributing center of the
Far East.
FIRST $3,000 MUST PAY
SOCIAL SECURITY TAX
Treasury Buies Those Earning
More Can’t Spread Payments
Over 13-Month Period.
Br the Aisoclsted Press.
If you earn more than <3,000 a year
you can't spread your /octal security
taxes over the 12 months of the year,
the Treasury ruled yesterday.
The taxes apply to the first <3,000
earned In each year and the taxes
must be paid monthly during the pe
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taxes are paid.
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cent of each month’s salary check is
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People’s Lobby Secretary and So
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“International Democracy and the
Foreign Policy of Great Britain" will
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Fourteenth street N.W.
The speakers will be Benjamin C.
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published in New York City.
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