COMING,GOING: Time Table: Oct. 7, 1929


National Affairs

Oct. 7—Trial of Albert Bacon Fall, onetime Secretary of the Interior, starts at Washington. Charge: accepting bribes for leasing Teapot Dome oil reserve to Harry Ford Sinclair in 1922.

Oct. 9, 10, 11—National celebration in honor of 130th anniversary of death of Count Casimir Pulaski, at Savannah, Ga., where he was mortally wounded aiding George Washington. In Michigan, a drive to collect an endowment fund for a Chair of Polish history and literature at the University of Michigan.

Oct. 12-19—National Dairy Show at St. Louis.

Oct. 21—President Hoover goes to Detroit for...

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