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SALEll; OREGON; FRIDXY CORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1927 ,J
I 'SIlO AGIST
A filCE OFFERED
Danger Not Great, But Pe6r
p!e Warned To Take
, Every Precaution
PARALYSIS SAID WANING
Bacteria Not Known, font Throat
and Nose Discharges Carry it; r ;
Warning Issued to Schools:
. While them are two .eases of in
fantiio paralysis in Marion'. county
and- " many others , reported
'throughout the;state there Is no
canse for alarm here at the pres -
ent time, declared Dr. Walter
board of health reports new, eases
! throughout the state of Oregon,
the United States public health
service shows a decrease In cases
for the - entire country, with only
two states, Washington and Penn
sylvania, reporting an increase ia
number. of cases. ; - ; . , . f. ,
Precaution Urged ? "
As a matter of precaution, how-
. ' " I
ever, citizens oi tno county- are
asked to inform themselves, as to
the nature of the disease in order
that everything may be done to
help control ; It . from further
spread. " ;
The exact bacteria which causes
the disease Knot known. It has
been proved however; that the in
fective material , is present in the
nose i and throat- discharges of
children ill with the 'disease dur
ing its acute stages. In addition
toTfeyer TomiUig is one of the fcounseUU woujdsntj" ob
early symptom o.the.diaeaa. ferred Justiea Siddons. "although
I rZm-m filnn. i I do not like to deny ypu. an op-
The 1 two children Ala Marion
... . ..w'- .w ji I
dm tka llttlo Tfltatta -lr1 rtlnrh. I
ter of Mr. and Umu-WBllltto.?JmlJ
Thelma . 01sen, aeven year old
"daughter o! Mr. nad -Mrs. Elmer
Olsen, 611 South Water street.
Silverton. The families of both
children have . been closely quar
antined. ' ,h
Dr. Brown states that the Olsen
girl probably will : recover - soon
with no permanent affects. The
Pillette girl also has a very mild
case. ' ' -,,,"'!
Letters warning against the
prevalence of infantile paralysis'
were yesterday mailed out by the !
chairmen of school boards in. Mar-1
inn rnniilv . -ti :'. ' '
Th "lttr 4lMlar . that "Thai
best public advice we-can secure
is that it is verr much 'better to I
keen the schools onen and tnsnectl
" . I
the children dally fortany syrap-l
toms oi beginning' disease, v
The'material is furnished by the 1
-IKS GIRL "WT A N T'S SPjof the -pirate' and . brought, them
Rlr lFUlICHjMAkS:3i'; , I fcre-'- lao":Tescued the officers
'HardshipH loff Illfej on Montana
llanrfi, WltH Wmnfcen Hunny
iaM too Much .
BUTTE.' Mont., Oct. 20. r( AP)
One . "movle"i in " five montbe.
cross word nuzzles and kitchen
work, with an occasional rtde over
rough mountain roads with a drly
er not too " dependable, does not
constitute domestic bliss in the
opinion of Mildred Richardson
Hill, former, Fpllies girl, who is
here awaiting action on her . suit
for separation from . Walter B.
Hill, son of the late James J. Hill,
pioneer railroad builder..
- At her hotel Mrs. Hill today re
cited some of the ineidente of, her
life on -Hill's .-stock ranch in the
fastnessea'of Montana hills, sev
.f'My. chief : recreation," abe de
cured, "was .: working' oof cross
"word putiles.while Mr, Hill dem
onatrated Ways of loading hay
Tinrinr t hn fli manthiin thu
rancBtWOicn 'nave . eiapsea,; eincei
ner marriage tow alter, uui iw
' , minutes, after he had, been given a
divorce, from , his f 'st wife, Mrs
Jim said tneyvnad; attended, a mo-
'iiou picture tneatef in,; Livingston
DQceand in the interim-she rose at
6-in the niorning and worked in
i the kitchen until 8 at night.- -
N -IIer chief thrill In the Montana
ranch eountrv. be said, was her
trips over the perilous mountain
ro.jds in a car driven by her, bus -
bano when -; hft - "was much too 1 pored moving pictures ana maga
. ..." mm. :- - . ill. --'A - 4. - T3 ml
drunk , to drive." .
. ray Husband ia a lovely : man
but rough when intoikrated. and
that ia often. she declared. . "I
want to say tnis, Mr., urn la a
fine man and I bear ", him no
malice. lie is a man that I could
take into the company of any of
my mends when sobers but when
h...I. drinking that. la another
CASE TO COURT
QUESTIOX. OP EVIDENCE AD
Denial Because Crofts Examination
s or Because Incompetent,
Pointy Raised ; -
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. (AP)
-An linexnacted and dramatic- an-1
peal to the court by Albert B. Fall I
defense and the development 6f
bitterness t between I counsel, un
equalled in alt the. long history of
the naval oil lease cases marked
the fourth - day of - the criminal
mninlrtrv ti-4al Initi uratmt Ihs
former interior secretary and Har-
ry it. Sinclair. r
Step by step, ' the defense had
been repulsed by: the government
in its efforts to present its case on
cross instead of direct examina
tion of witnsses. Again and again
it had - failed to get from . E. C
Finney, first assistant interior, sec
retary, an interpretation of the oil
leasing policy under Fall. -
Whole Courtroom Stirs
V Suddenly the defendant arose in
his' place among his counsel. .There
was a rustle of expectancy, as Jur-j
epectators nd lawyers leanedl
H-lvardr: then V-aildates-for the republican nomina-
roicalmoat halting at Urnesi but
3 ue yrweeueu luere .ww u
bourt not the beat; and 111 defend-
ant" in t a -criminal case, but t the I
Fall of 'long ago senate" days, ges
ticulating and impassioned.
As thetunDtnr about him hung
upon his -every wera, . scarcely
knowing, what, to "expect durtaK
procedure so 'unusual In court.
.(.Aiit 'i fo foot a VAV
- ' r -
from spectators, was plainly
nervous, wringing . hex , nanus
throughout the few min.utes herj
husband spoke.. .
Asks to Speak
May it Dlease. the -court,"' Fall
began,, ' ask t the right fo. have j
the Indulgence" of 'the Court for a
minute: "and t:l J think Sunder the
statute r may have that right,
"Well. Mr. Fall, you are repre
sented by very ' eminent and able
Portunity to speak for yourself if
von sa desire - ,r -
. I have UO desire tO
that for a moment,
. "T" Dr to tes(
the court in-
tesUfy Fall con
tinued, t - : i -
I had no thought of that," re
plied Justice Siddons.
. Point Explained
But J wish to bring to the at
tention of your honor," Fall con-1
(Continued oa pf 2.)
PI RATES' LAYft rATTAC KED
HONU KOSG. UMBt, UCt.
today attacked .and net', fire to the
notonoua pirates iar ai uias oay.
A . V . A . I . V
40 mSlea-north-,of pere, tollowfng
the ' capture of a coastal steamer
by the pirates, the China- Mer
chants Steam Navigation company.
owners of the. vessel, ami ou need.
, s .The pirates, captured Hhe steam-
im Irene, whicli wm bound from
Shanghai "to . Amoy; 'Wednesday
andttook. the1"' vessel and crew to
Bias Bay, tfieia jheadauaters.
A Brtu&n -warsZkD caprareo iz
and ttew'ot the Irene iftd, brought
them 'lere "The Irene ;ras' left
at Bias Bay with ,the warship
LI NOSEY' SPEAKS EUGENE
Bitter Opposition Hm Result of
: - Drawing; Record Crowd
EUGENE, Oct. 20. (AP) -Ben
B." Lindsey. former juvenile Judge
of Denver, spoke here tonight be
fore a crowded house under tne
auspices of the University of Ore
gon after he had been tne target
for several days of criticism and
denouncements from churcn or
ganizations and ministers. 'His
toplcvwas I "Companionate S mar
riage" and he drew crowd three
times larger than that at any pre
vious, university lecture, -
Ministers were aim oat, unuu
mon In ronoosition -to .the lecturt
before it was given .and one min
ister. Rev J-l Fred fJ. Cark. pub
lished a lengthy -tTsalleogei for the
I - - ..m .nrtlaimtnt in a lor a t
natwr this morning
tl r'" " '
Concern Jtxiwesaexl lorJEvil Ways
of Present Generation .
LACROSSE, Wis., Oct.
(AP). After -expressing
I over the: evil, ways .of the wor id
I the evidences, of decadence and
1 jthe disastrous results pt uncen-
tines, the International Purity
Conference;, closed today., , .
For ' three days- reform leadars.
from alt parts of the country
launched attacks upon the 'pres
ent moral and social conditions In
the s nation. ' Bootleggers f ' maga
tlne publishers. - authors and to
bacco companies 3 were criticized
far contributing to the "downfall'
he national -foa 4
VETO UP01 EL
. , I mm m . " m m
senaiOr heSS OT UniO AD
monished To Cease Ef-
? forts To' Create Boom
DISTASTEFUL, SAYS CAL
United States .President Expresses
'Fear " 'People ' May 'Assume
' Oliloan Gives ' Voice ' to
White House Stand
WASHINGTOX, Oct. 20 (AP)
President Coolldge took addi-
tlonal steps today to remove him-
. frnm discussions of candl
5Xmm? senator FoS.
v.--m ... nhln that Predictions
that he would be . drafted
for re-election, despite ; his state
ment of August 2 that she didhot
choose to' be a candidate, were dis-
tastefal to him. " Us t i -;..
-The OMoan, who has been - re
garded generally as oneiof -tne
foremost Coolidge , advocates in
the senate, was in conference with
the president for upwards of half
- " . a . V J. -
an hour. j nere , was no - vii
House version of what transpired
In the privacy of the executive's
office, but Dr. Fess, flushed and
obviously - somewhat ? ? dejected.
spoke at some length to newspa
per: men concerning his " talk, with
the president. 4 ' . : . ;: ,
Admits Keprlmand : r
He disclosed ' that Mr. Coolldge
had reprimanded him for repeated
forecasts that he would be dratt
ed. ' Said he'expressed the view
that such public statements might
be misinterpreted. by, the country,
and ' asked . him to desist ' irom
making them. '
,f I regret thatul jnn forced to
admit.: said Mr. Fees,'; "that I. am
not now so positive that the presi
dent' will consent to be drafted. If
he insists on having hia own1 way.
there.will be nothing doing,.
Then, with emphasis. Senator
Fess added: .'v ?
- Doesnt Give .Up
Itnt ha will nnt .hava bin nvn
way. ;I;stirt contend that the con
vention will ' deadlock and 'Mr.
(Coatinned ea page 4.)
MASONS TICK P0BTLAND
Unanimous Vote Recorded by Sn-
, preme Ooancll ox . Group .r
WASHINGTON, Oct, 2 0, (AP 1
-The supreme council of the An-
I dent and Accepted , Scottish .Rite,
southern jurisdiction, voted unan
imously today to hold its 1928 ses
sion in Portland. Ore,.' beginning
VAN, ifS-t vvr2 .7 - c&f&r :
IN I. W. W. WAR
LAOR AGITATORS - ? SUCCEED
- IX CLOSING MIXES ' ' -
Threats of Arrest by Officers For
Picketing Not, Carrittl Into I
"'Effect ' ' " ' ;
! DENVER. Cojo.
(AI). W. W. -pickets on duty
at every mine ia the Walsenburgj
district in the southern. Colorado
Xield today ' caused the suspen
sion of., work at.f, five : additional
mines. Six alleged pickets were
arrested .but at. moat mines . they
were unmolested despite the war
ning of . Sheriff Capps of Huerfano
county, that . picketing , would 7ftOt
be allowed.- J. , : v..'4f
As -a-result's of the picketing,
Colorado i Fuel and Iron : company
off icals said ther would ask the
state for nrotection , if ft could not
be furnlshed-by'the countyi SheT,
Iff Capps said . he ' would ask; the
county; eommiffsionere to appro
priate funds? for the employing of
fifty additional deputies but those
close " to the -situation-, expressed
the' belief that county t finances-
were not adequate to hire the men,
R. H. Hair. general superintend
dent -of the-C. F. I. said that 90
work .but . were airaia to ao so pe-
cause bf the "tactics employed by
the I. W. W. today.1
A number of women joined the
I. W. W. picketing - forces in. Hu
erfano county today: and in. one
instance, defied .mine 'guards and
nersuaded the miners at . the. Les
ter and 'Ronse ' mines of the C. F.
& I. not to work toaay. .
In the northern . Colorado coai
field all rmines were at a stand
still Mines In Fremont and Routt
county were 'not affected.,. In, the
Trinidad district in southern. Col
orado the C F, & I. reported ev4
eral hundred more men "working
today, than yesterday. In the Agui-
lar district several mines' still. were.
closed . and several . were running
MAN BURIED; SURVIVES
Ground Caves In on Toledo Man;
: Consciousness Retained v .
TOLEDO! Ore., Oct, 20. (AP)
-purled ,t6. his, neck; la ,roclf . tin
sand when " he was caught in ' a
cave-in otf a tiine foot ditch, Wh,
Weimer narrowly escaped death
here today. He did not . lose con
sciousness, however, as a crew of
county road men dug through the
rock and dirt to rescue him. iAt
the county hospital here tonight It
was said, his condition was not
serious. . . . .
AUAPn nPYTPR niVnRnPTyott pa3r yar check. . The -reason.
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Interlocutory Decree Given Wife
of Movie Star
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 20. (AP)
Mrs. Nina C. Dexter today was
awarded am Interlocutory decree
of divorce ifrom - Elliot te ; Dexter,
motion picture-actor. Mrs, Dexter
had charged desertion and, non
support in her plea for freedom
from her actor husband. J- They
were married In 1922 and separ
ated in April 1926. v ?
AN INDIAN SUMMER MOVING DAY
PRESS GATHERS .
COIXECTIOX ?: OP E V E X T 8
MADE FROM FAR AXD NEAR
Reedsport Jellyfish too Big; Bam
'. Lino Has ' Honest Washer i,
Woman," AST, Finds-?
( By The Associated Press.)
tThe oddest items in today s re-J
port, of mundane happenings. ; as
received sat. the several big news
aisiripuung centers oi iuu uuuu
REEDSPORT. Ore. James Ma-
cey. local nsnerman, wnue mat-
tag an ebb drift near the 'jetty of
the Umpqua river, caught so many
Jellyflsh, inls net thatjit wasfi
necessary to cut .loose about.: 70
fabrics of It to ' keep him from
drifting over, the river har. . H
salvaged it later..
The fish are of a large yellov
snecieaTA5;. y-' s a - , fr
SAN FRANCISCO. Babe Ruth
will: find a $10 bill and a jack
knife -awaiting him .when he. ar
rives here tomorrow from. Denver.
The Sultan of Swat, who plays ex
hi bition games here Saturday and
Sunday.) sent a aniform In ad
vance to be laundered. Like many
women , do, Mrs.- Lillian Watson',
ploye, took-r the - precaution r'toJbe thesubleot of a debate in Port-1
search the pockets 4 and finding I
the above mentioned articles, ex-
claimed, "Now isn't that just like
a man!" But she want to know
what ' use .a -ball player has 'for
money and a knife on the field.
NEW YORK.' The - market In
second -hand .brass beds - will be
vitally affected when, the news of
James Mi Finn's. :wiil becomes gen-
eraii7- known. , g
A bequest' to the widow cotn-l
prised S25.00O 'In prime railroad!
securities which the testator said
would he iound "in the tuMng atl
me iuui uiy . wuure uei
had nut them '18 ;years ago. Mrs.
Finn; - recall the bed, of .. heavy
brass . construction, . but is unable
to . remember what became of it.
While she checks the household
fittings : and attic stores of the
Finn fart Uv JnwrwAtrftr nA . .
chasers of rseond-'hndbedrt
L1.1180 re funnln through
frnxj. Uu.uiuBa. i - f"
T rlTTTCilTIf . n . ...
10 t wiiu.-f agmswaai jar-
being prepared fof Louisville vo
. - t '
ters use November 8. The ballot,
the : largest ever drafted for an
election , here, measures 38 by 54
Inches. ' It contains a total of 17 S
names . 01.1 state, county and city
candidates on the democratic and
uiiCAWJ. Dining car stew-
aras now register sorrow when
, ; f . . ., ' .
: ' (Contiaoad n. Par S.)
MEXICAN GULF ; STRUCK
Intensity " of Gale Exceeds Any-
: f: thrns In Fast SO Years .
- 'U - r-' ' ' ,r .
NOOALES,.-Art.; Oct. -20.
(AP) Reports to the Herald to
day say that the most severe storm
in 30 years Is sweeping over the
Gulf-of Mexico. The storm be
gan last week, increasing its force
and taking large property ton.
Ulillalli S I'iElJ
lull I bll ; lillUiljilll
RarPnn AlimnnV if ChHdleSS
Damny Mlimuiiy II Ulinuica?
UOUDieS UlVOrceU, DrOdU
j. , , : riu-..-.
.. est Change
C M PAN I UN AT t , UBSUU K t
- . 1; I .
Mnch r Diacnssed l Jndee Believtoe
Inonoaray and (ld-Fajl-
ioned MarrUgev But Faces
1 pjresenti Problem ;;
V J -i i ; '
PORTLANDS Ore.; Oct. 120.
clt TlrK,t .nmnoninntitA
marriage? k ' f ; ,1
v -what ift the; doctrine denounced I
ISUCblMf ,.wv. vvM.y
W'y ,tne w.C. T. U. and certain
t,nVf tomorrow oaisht? ' -
This query, was put to ten rep
resentative Salem citizens recent
ly, 4 The '.complete : meaning f, of
Judge Benjamin . Barr Linflsey'a
proposal was patent to none oi
them. Only two ot ; tne tea; naa
read r. "The Revolt of Modern
I Youth, Undseyts . latest book .In
which the proposal , is outlined.
land these two bu casually
: . v Telln Real BleaAinit 1 - -
Judge Lindsey tve tne! sub -
I stance Of the proposal in his own
words vesterday w-nen the writer
on a searcn , ior euuxuieuiueuu
found him seated in; the Portland
hotel lobby, conversing witni
- . "-.v . J .
bi Louis I.t:Newma3i, Llndaey's
, " vi: -
" . -
lm W It-
lBLfonnal 'debate between the two
huulil nrnhlam arnaHll - ,X
I ktvm. w.w." 1 -'
A. ., rfWi.ufrvn'
w n i .rvrw irar Tiins i c i t-ri ri mm r iuia
nou'need : : ''Please ( excuse me. ? I
, (Continued i oa' pf a.)
I vn I f W n. D D V AM hlunOPCn
UUHU Ull I rIS ' VI uuuuu
Musical Career of , Wlfej DoesnH
Agree With Domesticity
LOS ANGELES, Oct I 20.4-(AP
-Wllllan;ie.nnittgs Bryan Jr. son
of the famous, commoner. YanDear-
ed In superior r cojurt todajr and
r told - how his wife's musical car
eer had Jhtef f ered twin i nisi domes
tic happiness. ' He was i granted a
diTor?e;fr.on. Helen i.yjrinla t Bryr
an on a charge of aeseruon. Mrs.
Bryan was not in pourx. y
s Bryan testified the.tr his : wife
haa. refused io live wth .him since
December. 1. 1925. .'He testified
that at the time of ; his father'a
death, he asked her to accompany
him to Florida j for his funeral,
but she declined - , , I ,
A'Jtonner governess of the three
Bryan- daughters was called as. , a
witness and testified; .:, ' . f
Mrs. ryan.teit tnat.ner mu
sical education and. career; mjRde
it impossible, for: her to devotefher
time to household dutlesf'. .
' ' 'The custody lot the three, dan-;
ghters was awarded to J4ryan, -with
the' provision" thatthe eldest, of
the daughters ina? live witH? her
mother If she so'desires. and .that
the youngest shall live;, with ) the
mother for tnree years aiier, me
doss of the 1 present school year.
Mercury Climbs to- Record' at
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 20i(AP)
i-Th delayed summer heat ;whlch
struck southern California yester
day continued todajTwlth official
weather, bureau thermometers
climbing to 98 the October rec-.
ord breaking nark'reached n the
first day;. ""r-vHtV
Low numidity ana .a stirring
breeze tempered .'the atmosphere.
although ""thousands sought the
beaches.: Weather' official who
reported the" mercury was hitting
20 degrees. higher . than the aver
age for October, described the
phenomenon as due . to the highly
heated air vof the deserts , of Ari
zona, Nevada. Utah ana southern
California, ; being forced coast
ward by a high -pressure area in
the mountain states.''- -
Predictions, were for - another
day - of high temperature - with
normal coolness due on Saturday.
i fiEVV CASES; REPORTED
infantile 'Paralysis Bobs, trjs ;tn
' Various Parts ot state ,
i PORTLAND, ; Oct. ; 20 (AP)
Tree:addiUonal cases of Infantile
paralysis were reported fromL.Ore-
ijgon points today Portland's fjfth
Hcas fame to attention J a case was
re; - ed . from "Brownsville, and
North Bend discovered a most ser
ious rase cdupZed with spinal men
rnD1luon ' Fee Idea to
f Abandoned By Western
I Senators at Meet j
WASHINGTON. Oct. 20 (AP)
Prepared to abandon the contro-
Qf )the yetoed MeJ
m cee provisnon
farm bilK western republican, sen
atom, who have banded together
tor legislation designed to benefit
the west will meet tomorrow m an
effort to reconcile their views on
'.. The equalization fee provision
which met-the particular dislike
of ;s President Coolidge In vetoing
the McNary-Haugen bill, must be
sidetracked by the cronp to win'
the support of Senator Borah, one
of the members. . !
Senator Brook hart, of Jowa. one
of f the ; ardent fightere for the
vetoed measure, is working on a
sofution i by which direct appro
priations from the government
would be . resorted to in place ;of,
I h ttttct tr mm fnnda tnfnuilo'', .w -www.
' - - - w
the equalixaMon fee. - - .
Moreover, the tentative; - plan
Lcalls for. the Inclusion of all crops
would ' handle , surplus crops
through a government agenty. Ob-
jectlon was voiced, latst 8esgion by
many opponents to the McNary-
Haugen measure that it provided
only for a. few crops.,
Coming from the ranks of some
of, the original supporters of the
I controversial McNary - H&ugen
J measure, the compromise bdll in
I preparation by the western group
I Is; being watched with dose 4nter
eat also bv the administration:
1 anxious if nosslble to have a farm
I bill passed which can be put into
law. . Such a move would eldm-
inaxe a Dig .issue in me west in ine
j approaohiDg campaign, it is felt In
?-.-. . ;
I i . . v :
1 '.--'-' . 1 -" "V"
era ;"Rally Same Time ,
More yelling football partisans
.ever . gathered . down.-1
;saiem oefore. ,ngregu-
ted ; at; the corner of State end
Hith atreets At 7 : 3 0 o'clock last
night, when about 400 f Willam
ette university, students, -the men
serpentining, and tne) women
marching on. the sldewaJksv en
countered 'an even greater num
ber Ct Salem high students wbo
were performing' after the same
. L fashion. ' , -- - : ",- j ;
I Tne Willamette rooters were
advertising today's game with Col-'
lege of Idaho, which is called for
3 ; . o'clock today -. on Sweetland
field: and the high schooC stu
dents '.were just letting off a little
of tne steam that : nad , been gen
erated in anticipation of today
game with Abanv high at Albanv.
I The two crowds of rooters anet'
but -did not dispute the right of
way;; In fact each gave a rousing;
yell for the other.
i i - -. . -
AIR WARFARE GETS TEST
Extended' Maneuvers ., Staged To
day With Planes, Ships
i SAN PEDRO. Cal., Oct. 20.
f A V .TiTf ?Art (van aaa m nAwti
aircraft against naval -power will
urday pff the southern .California
eoatt woen, as a parr, oi tne lac-
tfcal 'exercises of the United States1
battle 'fleet here, a concentrated
aerial- attack will ! be launched
against the deadnaught column.)
,t Directed bv Rear Admiral jrti
Mph MJ Reeves .from the aircraft
carrier Langiey, the winged force
will apply to the test the advance
lit the science of aeronautical war
fare whoch .have been made since
their adoption as a 'factor in sei
combats . . , : : -. - -
-f More than 6 6. war"craft are td
iaxe part in the maneuyers. . To
the nine dreadnaurht i unA
train vessels basing at hia port
were added approximately 50 de-
stroyera, submarines, aircraft car4
rers ana genders from San Diego
cemmanded bv Rear Admiral
Luke McNamee -f ,
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GERpAriS TO HOP TODAY
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Second Ilelnkel Airplane Expected
.; - ',; to Fly for Azores
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LISBON. Portusal. bct 29
(AP)The f German- Ileinkel
piane jj-izzo will take off frnm
here probably, tomorrow morning
for ; the Azores,, irom j there the
German airmen will fly to Harbor
' ; ThC pilot of, the D-l 220, Hortz
Merz. "'with his Comrades Rhode
atid.Bock. was engaged all after
noon in the final preparations. All
the men displared the greate t
optimism over the success of tfce
flight, - They went over the ma
chine very' carefully today, exam
ining every screw; valve and stsy
and Inspecting thejinRtruments.
i Merx thinks they will incite t? ?
Aitores .within ten hours. Ti
uignt. win start about 10 o'clor ;
from i within 100 yards of t' ?.
tower1 of Belem from which t j . n
V;sco da Garni set out on fcl voy
ajfe of discovery of the -ocean
rfrit? to InU, . -
Arguments of Council r.'.c.v.
bers Fail to Sway Oppo-
sition of Residents
FIGHT FORESEEI I
Ofl INCINERATC I
Plan to Locate There Not T
Be Given Up, Stated:
'orilf iTH TPT
At End of Two Hoars of DS
cushion, VoCe'UnSiniraous Tj
Fight Placing of riant i.
That Part of Town
Two iours ot , explar a"fn ,1;
Chairman W. H. Dancy, o: 'an Ii
cinerator committee,' d .'Ch
man W." W. "Rosebraugh, of tlil
Ways and (means commit tee. fail?
to convince citizens of souther
Salem last night that an inci;
erator ls a desirable adjunct t
, any part of the city. , . 1
President Newell Williams c
the ' Southeast Salem club -w a
kept i busy recogniting member
I who wished to point out reasor
I nosial miint
I posai 'plant, until uouncunn
Rcraughlost. patience for
moment' and: declared:;
Claims No Reason 1
We've spent a ibt of time ar-
much of out moaey.to invent!- j
sites for the- incinerator. Af;
three years of survey, we C!r d t
Southeast Salem offers the I
section for the plant. We l .
Ibeen able to secure a suitable tv, . .
acre tract for it. at. reasonable
pense. If necrary welt go int
court to fight-it out. !
'We" hope you will corsiripr f ', '
in an honest, tttslghtforward v.- ' .-
so that you know what yoa -
miRlrg about. Some -of vo ;
shots down here have not been a i
predated, v Somebody got to a :
cept this plant somewhere.1
" ' Vote Unanimous
- When queatloning ceased, Com
cilman Dancy, Rosenbraugh, an
Purvine, who t were at 1 the rt" :
Ing, withdrew. ' In a show-c
teands ; Vote, the decision w
unanimous to' wage a bitter Uzl
against the location of the inc'.:
In that district, and !,
officers were named as a corar.!:
tee to handle the matter.?
, The. first sten of the coramfit
will be to. notify -the cltv counr
t its next meeting that lwat i
of ,the Incinerator ips that d.' L i
ls'i unanimously opposed. K ,t:
Continued ea pge S.)
RUSSIANS T.IAI IE
-BIG SHEEP DZ
ARE SAID LARGEST
ItlND EltR MAUL
I"10 ' 10,foo Rou-ht 1
Croek tU'itru Ner ?la i
, ; PORTLAND, Oct. 20. (AP)
What is said tp be the largest i i
ternational deal in livestock ev
consumiated in the United i i
wag closed ;to4ay with the r :
on the part-of the Union of i .
States of 'Russia for 10,000' II:
PouilIet hoeP froa tne IIav ir
ra,ICU xw"Tmie-easi.-oi i ri.
hear,.Madras. ,W, U. Sarler
lhe ranch, ' made the t,
Iment. : , . . '
ice eneep, rotn ewes ar i t
Vm; be shaped to in i
Sanderson, said. T-. :
iram otiiorty tour rurs ...
Monday , and the c 1
cars wCl be shl i 1 I ; ?
r.'The trains v.... .o i ,
New York.. '
The deal' folow ' l t:.( vi
the pacific "ti'ortf. . t r u f
Commission fr-6ri , j
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