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GEN. LUDENDORFF
Ceremony to Mark Funeral
of German Militarist De
spite His Request.
By the Associated Press.
MUNICH, Germany, Dec. 21.—
Army, navy and air force detachments
will honor Gen. Erich Ludendorff to
morrow at services in Tutzing Ceme
tery, despite his publicly expressed
desire that there be no ceremony at
his burial.
The official funeral program said a
motorized army detachment would
take the coffin of the World War
chief of staff to the general's resi
dence at Tutzing after a state cere
mony at Munich's Field Marshals’
Hall.
At Tutzing the last ceremonies will
he held in “the closet family circles."
Ludendorff died yesterday at the age
of 72 when recovering from an opera
tion for a gall bladder infection.
Ludendorfl's recent reconciliation
with Chancellor Hitler and the Nazis
after years of misunderstanding were
believed to have altered the aging
warrior's wish for an unceremonial
funeral.
Hitler in r message to the nation
eulogized Ludendorff as the greatest
fighter for Germany in time of W'ar
and peace, saying his personality
would become more evident to future
generations than to many of his con
temporaries.
Minister of War Marshal Werner
yon Blomberg lauded Ludendorff as
one of the outstanding military or
ganizers of "the best army in world
history.”
GEORGE AKERSON ILL
NEW YORK. Dec. 21 f/T*'.—George
E. Akerson, secretary to President
Hoover from 1928 to 1931, is seriously
ill at Rockefeller Institute Hospital
here, members of his family disclosed
last night. Mr. Akerson, who is 48,
has been suffering from a kidney ail
ment since early in November, they
said.
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Fire Damages Big ‘•Y.”
KANNAPOLIS, N. C„ Dec. 21 0PL—
Eire partly destroyed the $150,000
Y. M. C. A. and "Y" Theater Building
here yesterday.
Only the lobby, a conference room
and part of the basement of the
Y. M. C. A. building were undamaged
by the fire.
The Y. M. C. A. here was one of
the largest in the South, with a total
membership of nearly 700.
Judge Overrules
Self on Alimony
For Wealthy Wife
Revokes Payments, Re
quiring Support Only
for 3-Year-Old Son.
B> the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. Dec. 21.—Justice Peter
Schmuck of the New York Supreme
Court yesterday reversed his original
ruling that a wife is entitled to tem
porary alimony regardless of how much
wealthier than her husband she might
be.
He revoked his decision of last week
ordering Andrew Trowbridge Hutton
Kenny, retired banker, to pay $75 a
week temporary alimony and «500
counsel fees pending disposal of the
separation suit of his wife, Mrs. Jean
Hamilton Kenny.
He declared, however, that Mr.
f^enny still must pay his wife $50 a
week for the support of their 8-year
old son David.
“A more thorough examination of
the authorities," ruled Justice
Schmuck, "is convincing and decisive
that error was committed in award
ing alimony and counsel fees pending
litigation. It is now held to be the
well-settled doctrine that a wife who
has independent and ample means
and income is not entitled to alimony
and counsel fees pendente lite.”
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Car for Auto Manufacturer.
LONDON, Dec. 21 A modern
version of "carrying coals to New
castle" occurred here yesterday when
employes of Lord Nuffield gave him a
shiny new automobile for Christmas.
Lord Nuffield is the wealthiest auto
mobile manufacturer in Great Britain
and probably has more cars than any
one in the kingdom.
Benito
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ARMY RESERVE PILOTS
DIE AS PLANE CRASHES
Lt. J. E. Darby and Lt. 8. 8. Tatum
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Pails to Open.
B» the Associated Press.
PORT BENNING, Ga„ Dec. 21.—
Two Army Reserve pilots were killed
in a plane crash just across the
Chattahoochee River near Fort
Mitchell, Ala., yesterday.
Their plane, flying at great height,
went into a tall spin.
Fort Benning officials said the
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months ago from China, where ha
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