JUDICIARY: Eleventh Impeachment

A stocky, slit-eyed San Francisco lawyer by the name of Harold Louderback could thank Senator Samuel Shortridge of California for the Federal judgeship President Coolidge handed him in 1928. Samuel Shortridge Jr., son of the Republican Senator, thanked Judge Louderback for the fat receivership fees he was handed in his court. Last week the House thanked New York's swart little La Guardia, watchdog of the U. S. Judiciary, for digging up evidence that resulted in Judge Louderback's impeachment.

Last September Representative La Guardia led a House subcommittee to San

Francisco to investigate...

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