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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 20, 1930
Rigors of Antarctic Are
Supplanted by Ban
l quets in N. Y.
( Continued from Pac I.)
"Small objects look large: one
of our men mistook a shoe lying
not ten feet from him for a seal.
There Is no risible horizon and
everything Is distorted. It was
quite natural to believe there was
land where Amnndsen reported
nis Carmen land, but It Is estab
lished now that there Is no land
The harbor was filled with the
sound of sirens today aa the city
tug Macom brought the admiral
from quarantine and at the bat
tery and along Broadway close to
500.000 persona cheered them
selves hoarse as the members of
the expedition rode slowly
through a paper snowstorm as
dense as any blizzard they en
countered in the Polar regions.
After the luncheon Admiral
Byrd told reporters more of life
at the -bottom of the world.
Among the Important scientific,
discoveries, he said, was the find
ing of carboniferous materials in
dicating enormous coal deposits.
He realised that this coal could
not be mined profitably now. bnt
visualized the possibilities of its
commercial Talue la the future.
"The Antartlc now," he said,
"is going through an ice age, but
we found evidence that at some
time in the past it enjoyed a trop
ical or semi-tropical tempera
ture." Unlike the Arctic, which has
many forms of both plant and an
imal life, Antarctica is entirely
lifeless except for the hardiest of
flora such as lichen and certain
animals that merely sojourn for
seasonal visits on the very edge.
TO DULL MOVIE LOT
DALLAS, Tex., June 19.
fAP) Clara Bow, "it" girl of
the movies, said tonight she would
cut her vacation short and leave
tomorrow for Hollywood at "the
request wf dtudio officials.
The famous Clara admitted the
directors made the request be
came of published reports she
bad come here to renew an affair
with a young Dallas physician,
whom she admitted she had once
"They asked me to leave Dallas
today and come back to Hollywood
to straighten things out." Miss
Bow said. "I told them I could not
but would tomorrow."
Miss Bow denied she came here
to see the physician. "My meet
ing with him." she said, "the first
tu a year and a half, was merely
She denied she had paid the
young physician's wife 130,000
not to mention her name in di
vorce proceedings 'against the doc
tor and not to bring a alienation
of affection suit against her.
The temperamental actress said
he was "fed up" with the lot of
being a celebrity. "I am going to
retire from pictures when my con
tract expires," she said. She orig-i
fnally planned to spend two weeks'
in Dallas. 1
TO HOUSE FIGHTS
West Salem is to have a new
fight pavilion, now being built
near the Mellow Moon. It Is
planned to seat 1200 people and
wiU be West Salem's first attempt
to gain big time boxers, AU seat !
are practically ringside, stated
Mack Woods, promoter of the
echeme, thus -assuring all a good
view and drawing larger crowd
to the pugilistic events. t
The pavilion will open next
Tuesday night. Jane 24. and a
large crowd is expected. An ex
cellent tight card is being ar
ranged. Tbe main event wiU be between
Art Akers, West Salem alaggar.
and Eddie Edleman, Eskimo fist
thrower of Portland. A good
lineup ot preliminary events is
Edleman ha fought twice la
Salem. Ia his last fight several
months ago be won a decision over
Phil Bayes. He has been making
good record in the coast towns.
Recently he K. O'd. Soldier
Brown of Seattle.-
FLAMES RAZE RAILROAD STATION
Flremea on the root of
Union Depot in Toledo,
piayiaa nam as a cm ngung
faforno below. Starting ia
agar stand ia tao temiaaL
flames spread rapidly nntS the
eatirt atatioa was a bum ot
livid tongwes of tin, soooting
toward tbe skies.
111 ECU AFFAIR
(Continued from Pag 1.)
President Curtis announced he
would not cite the bishop to the
district attorney for possible eon
Action by the vice president was
the final straw to which opponents
ot the bishop clung in their hope
that something would bo done
about his defiance of the lobby in
vestigators. The announcement by
Curtis definitely closed the inci
dent. Senator Blaine, republican, Wis
consin, had contended that law re
quired Curtis to report the bishop
to the district attorney. The vice
president, however, took the posi
tion that there was nothing be
fore him to act tipon.
He explained the lobby commit
tee itself had ruled four to one
that It had no right to Investi
gate Cannon's political activities.
In addition, he said h could act
only upon a report from a full,
committee. The lobby investigat
ors composed a sub-committee of
the judiciary committee.
Caraway said any statement that
the bishop was given "immunity
by the lobby committee was an
"unqualified and deliberate false
WASHINGTON. June 19
(AP) President Hoover's propo
sal for a unified border patrol la
confronted with vigorous opposi
tion in the honse led by Rep.
Clancy, republican, Michigan who
charges it will work hardships
on thousands of Americans and
nullify beneficial navigation and
tariff law provisions.
A formal protest was lodged
with republican house leaders to
day by the Michigan member in
an effort to prevent its considera
tion. In addition, Clancy ad
dressed a circular letter to each
member of the house in which he
said "It. makes a new crime in
American federal law."
The measure was given legisla
tive preference and is scheduled
to be considered next week. It
would place the immigration and
customs service patrols under aa
assistant secretary of the treasury
and compel every person entering
this country to come through
ports of entry designated by the
CContlased Xrm Ffec D
three I am confident taat common
sense will prevail and that the
treaty will ge ratified."
Xoikiag Give. Up
Referring axam to the Johason
speech. Senator Reed said "It he
is correct, the American delega
tion sarrendexed everything at
London. Ho then recalled that
wan the London conference- op
ened, "the British had fosr times
oar toanaga of criisers aad the
Japanese had xaoro than twice our
Oa eight inch sua cruisers,
Reed eoabdd taat Great Bri
tain coates down Xrom 1 to IS
daring the rife of the treaty while
America builds op to 18; aad that
Japaa staads absolntely still
with her present IS."
In Case Attack
PORTLAND. Ore.. Juno lj
(AP) Federal Judge Cavanaa
wil defer until next week bis rul
ing on Robert Gordon Duncan's
demurrer to a federal grand Jary
Indictment charging him with vi
olation of the federal radio act by
broadcasting obscene, indecent
and profane language.
Judge Cavanah had expected
to announce bis ruling tomorrow
but Delmar Lessard, attorney tor
Duncan appeared in court today
and asked for more time In
which to prepare a brief support
ing tbe demurrer. United States
Attorney Neuner offered no ob
jection and Judge Cavanah ex
tended the time until Monday
when- Lessard said he would file
tbe brief. Duncan's motion for a
change ot venue will be heard
Duncan, self-stvled ,Oresa
Wildcat." was defeated In the ro-
teent primary election In his race
How did you like the Mickey
Mouse candy? Tou can get more
at the Spa.
M M C
She can sure toe, and tap acro
batic. Yes little Jennie Van Dahl
from the Barbara Barnes school of
M M C
Are you all going to turn out to
see the minstrel show?
M M C
There hasn't been anybody on
the honor roll for a long time,
but Mandel Shusterowitt is the
latest member of it. He will be
rewarded with a pass to the Fox
M M C
Well, I'm eofry that I can't
lead yells for you any more, but
you've get a new yell leader now
and I know you will all like him.
Good luck, Ray Elliott,
M M C
Oh! I forgot to tell you, the
PROBE OF SOVIET
WASHINGTON, June It
(AP) Having laid the ground
work for its inquiry into commun
ist activities at hearings ended
today, the special house commun
ist committee announced it would
meet in New York July 16 to hear
representatives of the Amtorg
trading trading corporation, the
official soviet commercial agency.
Three weeks of hearings were
brought to a close today after
Mrs. Mary Sherman walked of
senate said the communists were
training American school children
in street rioting, military tactics
and in propagandizing work to
prepare them to lead a revolution.
Under Questioning by Rep.
Bachmann, republican. West Vir
ginia, Mrs. Walker, chairman of
the national defense committee of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution, said that from the 64
exhibits she presented to the com
mittee there could be no doubt
the movement was on the Increase
ia this country.
Schools had been established in
12 cities to teach children revol
utionary activities, she said, -while
20 camps for "young pioneers of
America' were operating.
Mickey Mouse minstrel will be
Juno 80 and July 1. They are do
ing fine now and it will bo a great
M M C
Are yon bringing your complet
ed airplane and glider models to
the Elsinore to put on exhibition
in the lobby? Do so at once.
M M C
The fuBaiest show you eversaw
ia your life will be seen by us
Mice this Saturday with Bert
Wheeler and Robert Woolsey, the
funny comedy team from Rfo
Rita, which we saw in their new
M M C
The rest of the program in
cludes: Fanchoa A Marco's "City
Service Idea," and Chapter 4 of
"Eagle of the Night," enUtlod
"Dead Wings" and Silly . Sym
I won't bo there this week but
I want Chief Dow to tell me if
you all were there at the Fox El
sinore Saturday at 12:30 with
yonr membership card.
M M C
Votes for the talking-singing
doll are given to all patrons on
Monday and Tuesday each week.
Have Dad and Ma get them for
By World Court
THE HAGUE. June 19 (AP)
-The permanent court of inter
national justice opened its lttn
session today with a tribute to
Cnarles Evans Hughes who resign
ed as one of Its Judges following
his appointment as chief Justice
of the United States.
Prof. AnzllottL president of the
court, praised Haghea' knowledge.
experience and authority walca,
the speaker said, invested his op
inions with great value.
After Ball Is
Killed by Auto
SPOKANE, June II (API-
Dorothy Davis, IS year old ran
into the Btreet after a ball to
night and was fatally Injured by
an automobile. Bert Harty, wtro
was driving the car, was arrested
on a reckless driving charge, but
released oa his own recognisance.
Witnesses said Harty swerved
his car as toe girl dashed iato the
street and sounded bis horn be
fore that. They said they believed
he did everything possible to
avoid the accideat.
Beer Bottle Is
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore.. June
19 (AP) Fred Bacoa, alangh
ter houge employe, was arrested
here today, charged with beating
and robbing Charles Rose near
Midland on tbe night ot Jane IT.
Bacon Is said to have confessed
beatlag Rose about the head with
a beer bottle.
Rose, a logger, who claims bo
was robbed ot $160, was so badly
beaten that fee may lose his eight
Border Guards .
In Fatal Clash
LYCA, East Prussia, June 19.
(AP) Another clash between
German and Polish frontier
guards was Teported tonight front
the frontier station of Frostken.
A German customs officer shot
dead a Polish customs man. .
The German asserted be aeted
in self defense. Details were
lacking. Several weeks ago a
Ponsa officer died from wounds
Inflicted in collision with German
frostier guards and ether Poles
Qliickly Put Out
Employes of the Man's Shop
beat the fire department to a fire
in a small lean-to shack above
the clothing store late Thursday
afternoon and practically extin
guished it before the firemen ar
rived. A conservative estimate of
the damage is said' to be (50.
The flimsy lean-to, owned by
Mrs. E. Hurst, has peen vacant for
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. June 19
(AP) Orvllle Wright, airplane
inventor, and Seymour Parker
Gilbert, agent general for repara
tions under the Dawes plan, were
given honorary degrees of doctor
of laws by Harvard university at
its 294 th commencement exer
cises here today.
Sat, Jne 21st
DON'T MISS IT
Home of 25c Talkie
TODAY Mhi SATURDAY
Mystery! Thrilioi The great,
worid-famows aleatfc. leads yow
oa a baffling Tman-hnnt. See
him. ia action. Hear him talk!
Plans bv the Los 'Anceles Olym
pie organising committee are un-
A or wav fn aftra Tt a t tnn at KTknrt
demonstration of either football
or bajabaXL daring the 1932.
Also Serial "Hawk of the Hills
Craxy Cat Comedy
" Fables Comedy
as4 Path. Bond News
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SOS Oregon BIS.
WIDER USE OF
Scientists Urged to Find
Additional Methods of
(Continued from Pag L)
duce CO per cent of the supply of
the United States aad tbe north
eastern states, which 25 years ago
produced 60 per cent, now tnm
ont less than 4 per cent. In the
past SO years production in the
south was increased from 10 per
cent to 40 per cent he said.
Although the discovery of "plu
to1 known as trans-neptnnian ob
ject, was not announced to the
world until March 15, traces of
the body have been found on pho
tographic plates taken as far
back as 1918, F. L. Whipple. Lick
fellow in astronomy. University
of California, told the astronomi
cal society today.
When the discovery was made
that it actually existed. Whipple
said, a clue to its whereabouts
was furnished and four days ago
Dr. Seth B. Nicholson of Mount
Wilson observatory, discovered a
tiny sopt on the 1919 photograph
and identified it as Pluto. With
this information Whipple and" E.
C. Bower, also a Lick fellow,
found it on plates.
KIXG DRESSED IX
SAN QUEXTIN. Cel., June 19.
(AP) Clarence L. King, con
demned slayer of his common law
wife, Mrs. Minnie McCoy, arrived
here tonight. He is sentenced to
band September 12.
By OLIVE M. DOAK
Last Times Today
YouH Vote this the Finest
Piece of Entertainment
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AU Singing AH Talking
Entirely in Technicolor I
Frank Pay. ELaquel
T U I
Naah Beery, Fred
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JttW AT THE A9CCHPWO WWUTZm P
Today "All Quiet on the
Today "The Return of
Today "Beau Bandit."
with Rod LaRocque.
Today "Under a Texas
Lewis and Clark
Resort oi Still
ASTORIA. Ore., June 19
(AP) Yiekkp Lindfor and Kels
Wall pleaded guilty In court -here
today to information charging
them with possession of a stllL
Thev were itentenoed in nn, mr
each in the state penitentiary.
ine wq men alleged to. have
been operating their still at old
Fort Clatsop, the site of the win
ter camp of the Lewis and Clark
Friday - Saturday
Glamorous love epic of the
flaming borderlands la ring
ing dialog 1
Saturday A Sanday
4XOTHER GREAT BILL
of R. K. O. ORPHEUM
and a doable bin
all-talking comedy with
George Sidney and
Charlie Murray and
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WASHINGTON7, June 19.
(AP) Asserting tbe country "is
threatened with the worst econom
ic panic ia its history," Rep.
Sumners, Texas, democrat, urged
ia the house today the government
provide a bounty for exportable
He said congress should not ad
journ ttntil the situation had been
met and that the "buying power
of the farmer ahould be restored."
He declared the new tariff bill
as the latest "prescription" for
economic distress and said on the
day after it was signed, grain
dropped to tho lowest price since
Referring to his proposed boun
ty Sumners said it should be
"something similar to the export
Dare Shade, middleweight title
contender, has fought more than
four hundred ring battles. He is
a southpaw, hailing from Con
Continuous 2 to 11 P. M.
Now a Great
EfttCH MARIA KMAffQUFS
transferred to tho
screen in oR if dramatic
intensity and terrific
thrill. With leuU
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Talking screen's first all
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