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THE WEATHER '
Fair - today and Friday,
rising te nape rat are, lower
humidity; Max. Temp. Wed
nesday 71, Mln. 86, river
1 fOot,north wind.
- Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning; May 28, 1931
Ei(Jt-TY -FIRST YEAR
m ALL IS
BED TO QUIT
Order cf Board of Control
With Hal Hoss Absent
- Affects Eighteen
. . ... ' --. I ki
Heed oi tconcmy in
Affairs CUed;' Einzig
May be Successor.
Resignation- of -Carle Abrams.
seeretarr of the sUte board of
control, and his enUrr staff of
17 employes, waa requested yes
terday by Governor j uuus x
veT nni SUte Treasurer Rufus
Holman. to take effect June 1.
Yesterday- Abrams said his etait
.nait eamtiUed with, the governor's
tender them to the governor s of- I
Vrho acuon followed a .ur-
V.m1vv tnaatlnr of the board bt I
vnini tn which Secretary or ,
EUte Hoss w beUtedly asked
to appear. When Intormea oi
the meeting ai nw uobb ; "iieud setuea woij io v" Z I
phone. Hoss said ne wowa ""-
able to be present Immediately I
but expressed opposition to me
removal until the governor out-
lined the pUns ; f or reorganlxa-
tion of the sUte purchasing ce-
partment. . f .
cmum Keed la
Claimed a Basle
Holman and Meier proceeded
with the meeting. H olman pre
sented a resolution - wnicn
wn .men adonted. setting forth
that the sUte dencit oi raoia
than 88.000.000 necessitated im-
mediate -economies enecuve
through the purchasing depart-
meat and calling for the reslgna-
tion ot Abrams and bis sUff. The
governor and sUte treasurer lm-
Abrams was appointed by Got-
ernor Walter M. Pierce June 7.
1924. He has served under four
governors, including Meier.
salary as secretary of the ooara
ot control has been 84000. Prior iace again and the fifth hit BU
i! annotntment. Abrams was linn, kllllnc him. A sixth shot
of the Pacific I
Homestead, . published by The
c-.n&. Onhltahlnr COmDanTI Of
which he wai then one of the fleers he had teen Burnslde hld
owners. 1 " lng behind a tree stamp from
AK.m"ti laat nlsht that he wham th shoU had been fired.
v. n immoHiata nlans but would
enloy a vacation tor the time be-
Ua la Renort
Rumor about the statehouse
tardav was that F. W. Poor-
man, J. M. Clifford and Frank
Meredith, chief assistants to
Abrams, would not be reinstated
- under the proposed reorganisation
tint that atenocraobers and clerks
would probably be asked to stay
a ft or JTnna 1.
Governor Meier announced ibk
the board ot control would meet I
nama itirims' succes-1
sor. William Einzig, wno bm
erVed as a special investigator for
GoTernSr Meiir - for months, is
oovernor e-ei w,r'a
llMrl Tfor thelobl Einzig made
nOSUtementyesieruay uu. c
ln the week is said 10 flaro nuncu
.A-ha interested In any
Job paying less than 87000 an-
UO nwuu . I
Ti ... I
nually. - . .. . I
Following the summary aismis- i northeast of loxyo. irom mui- - - - - " " 7 .
sal of Abrams and his staff. State "rhe. hopes to begin the long- serre 20 years, commuted to five prospective lurors go under tedl
taA xri n ..M; "After !r -U water non-ston flight years. ; 1 . ous examlnotlon.
due deliberation we are convince
that the time to act upon the nec
n ma nee
essary measures to effect econom
ies which good administration de
mands and which the people were
Ad. has arrived. My resolu
tion of this morning will be fol
lowed by others, until an eincieni
and businesslike organization Is
accomplished. .- - .
Thirteen Women - -
Tn addition to Abrams and his
chief assistants the following
; (Turn to page 2, col. 1)
' OGLE GETS MEDAL -PORTLAND,
Ore May 27
( AP) The president's bronze
medal of the national safety coun
cil ota Chicago will be presented
to Charles Ogle. Klamath Falls
box factory employe, Friday night
for the resuscitation. of a fellow
c.t.mw f. 1930.. Charles
Falrall was working on an elec
tric switch In the Ewauna Box
company's plant at Klamath Falls.
He came In contact with a high
yoltage wire and was knocked
unconscious. Ogle, who had stu
died a new method of resuscita
tion, began work at nee. Twenty
minutes later Falrall regained
PORTLAND, Ore.. My 27
(AP) Robin Reed. Reed sport,
Ore., defeated BAsanta Singh, Chi
cago, two out of three Calls la a
wresUlng bout here, tonight. Reed
weighed 151. Singh, 182. -
Reed won the first fan la 8
minutes with a whip wrlsiloek
and the last la miaum with
a cross arabar. Singh too the
second In ten minutes with a fly-
W aelasor. -
c,m vanrler. defeated Vie
Potter la a one-fall prtllmlnary.
Contacts With High Schools, Invitational Meets
And Conferences to
I Direct Solicitation - Moves X
PORTLAND, 1 0re., May 27(AP) Recruiting of stu
dents to state institutions of learning received a severe
- w -pmM'4Ka efnto Koard of
Th hnsrd adopted a : recommendation ' of the ; federal
educational survey abolishing
CAUSES OiiE DEATH
Donnelly man Killed,
;'T Fatally. Injured
tmtsu Miho. hit 27. (Af) i
Qn9 matt was dead and another
lAring ms ft result of a booueggers
around Donneiiy. muwi
ot nMe a correspondent advised i
. Tjctima are Bird Billings,
d Frank Wallace, critl-
ImmedUtely after the shooting,
nnmii p. Bnrnslde surrendered
to officers at Donnelly, 20 mUes
Wallace and i Billings were
knocked down hy a iusuane w
.,nta that erected them when they I
cam9 out to the Burnsiae rancn,
""Vues from Donnelly, to set- J
Ue a qnarrel. In the group were
BulIngl and Wallace, alleged to
be partnerg ln a still, and William
Brown. Failing to find Bnrnslde
tney j,egaa a search of the place.
Flee jf oiiowingr I
ghot From Ambush .
A shot from amousn seni inem
racing for; their automobile, jne
second snot nn wucc, I
Billings. A fourta snot nu wai
nttred'aranst the car.
I Brown took WalUce to a hos-
lnlfal In .Cascade WhCTO he tOldOf
nffiiara suited for the ranch but
found Burnslde on the way to
I. tr. .... Vlmaalf fin -with-
TTa. ma bimaelf no with-1
out resistance and was held on an I
: Friday Morning
TriTrvn Mar 27. (AP) The
n0n-stop flight of Thomas Ash,
a m orlrAn aviator, across 4400
miles of pacnic ocean "';
to Tacoma. Wash., was scheduled
tonight to begin at 7 a. m. Satur-
. t t . irridavl.
Aa hoped to 'reach Tacoma ln 44
IhOUrs ' ,m
Asn wiu iaae o 7 I
r..hivi airdrome near toijo, i
Whence he will fly to Samush ro
Koartl Hondo lSianu, OV Biw
ch.v. - r .
Nothing XO It
PARIS,! Msy 27 (AP) Cap
tain Frank Hawks, riding nis
fast airplane like, a magic car
pet, toured Europe in ten hours
today, having breakfast In Lon
don, luncheon ln Berlin and din
ner this evening in Paris.
Safety Work Recognized
"Robin Reed Wins Match'
Blonde Picked for Queen
Passenger Service Ends
U LINCOLN GIRL WINS
PORTLAND, Ore., May 27
(P) Rachael Florence Atkin
son, 17,1 blond and blue-eyed
Lincoln high school senior, was
named quern of Portland's
1031 Rose festival her tonight.
BEND TRAIN OFF
PORTLAND, Ore., May 87
(ap) officials of -the Oregon-
PORTLAND, Ore., May 27
Washinaton Railroad aud Narlga-
tlon company announced today
nassenrer: train service on the
Bend branch of the line wouia oe
discontinued June 1. There will
be no change In freight service.
medford ore May 17
MEDFOKD, Ore., May .XT
(AP) A Williams Creek turkey
The a., bad three shells, the
two outer ones containing only the
white. The Inner egg was normal.
f ; . - -
CMAJBU 13 FATAL
SANDS'. Ore.. May 37 (AP)
Fay jncfcola, 81, Portland.
raa killed kwtaaUy sear Ctier
ry villa tday wheat the automo
bile la which -one was rldlns
nlnaced fa4e mm eaal
. Three otaer Portland
. la the car were nhwrU
Stop Along-With i
hicrher education: in session I
; ; , -.
all , high : school contacts by
siaie uiuiiuBiu ana vaeir - un
dents. - The recommendation pro-
Tided- that hereafter there will be
no invitational meets and conf er
no invitntionai meets ana covin
encea for aighf school tudenU
except In special Instances wheTe
the board of higher education. at
I" "or.."t r.ae" " a
iuo iiijuiuuuu m nawuua, Sr.ui
a special permit. It was expect
ed that the board's action will I
-vrHa . """"
en Ait jlv4ffAai i An ilia Ararnn I
evbw vwMnv uu wiw iwsva0afc
of Oregon - campuses, to which
high school students hare : been
Invited in -.the past. . .
pr.Mnt a n Riit: f tki.
ttBlversity, and W. J. Kerr, Ore-1
g0n SUte - college, submitted to I
lDe Doara a. joint statement as i
requested by the board at 1U last I
meeting. The statement, , how-1
ever, did not mention the allocs-
tion of funds, courses and fnnc-
tlons, the chief poinU of contro-
versy between the two schools. -
in the Joint sutexnent Presi-
Am.nt. vr amt Halt nmnniMi a
unli orm . basia for hIgll tchool
contacU should be adopted by
tne institutions and that, begin-
nlng with the fiscal year, such a
uniform nlan hnnld rn Into f- I
feet. They also agreed that dnr-
the summer of 1931 the in-
gtitutions .would not send repre-
senUUves Into the field. ; -
Recommendation - on I student
. snDmitted by the presidents
and adoDted by the board will
bring an estimated revenue in- I
crease of about 840.000 i annual-1
, Tne mcrease will he In sum-I
mer 8Ch00l Iees and non-resident
fiovprnor Meier yesterday Is-1
sued commutations of sentences I
In five eases, involving men in- the contentions set out in the ap
carcerated in the Oregon state peal," continued the opinion. "It
penitentiary for terms ranging is not contemplated that the gen
from 20 to 25 years, for the eal ballot title should be a sum
crimes of assault and robbery mary of the context of the act.
while armed with a dangerous Neither Is the attorney general re-
weapon and assanlt with intent I
Tii a ffva dim were received
at the penitentiary November 80, 1
1927. from Multnomah county.
They were all members of one
gang which operated in the Ti
V"JL , ' t
The men receiving commuU-
tions follow: Robert Villereau.
sentenced to serve 20 years, com-
muted to eight years.
Sam Goertzen. sentenced to
,.m win AnmmntAd tn mv.
' " -.
en yer. .
btan.on moara,. TltJiy:1
w j o. 1 iiiu iiuiuu
Tni)n. ,p..,in.i .nlni tali.. ..fln. . . nTnrsx nn of
Danmt Tnrln. s nan fenced ' to
" " --.... to
" ' " -
eight years. - i -
The commutations were recom-
mended . hv . Rtanlev Mevers. ex -
district attorney of Multnomah
county, and Judge George Taz-
wen, wua preameu at iub v..
UttTBIUUI iucici uiuivakw
the sentences were excessive, .con
sidering the age of the men at
the time ot their conviction
Panatoni, under the terms of
his commutation of sentence, will
be released from .the penitentiary
in 1982. :
Man Classed as
SEATTLE. Wash. May 27
A T T,-. Vl.n V-nnereaslonal
' - . . . v.
committee's nationwide invesUga -
lion Ol CUUlIal UU1Q1U iuuuu
hera today in a suit for
damages filed against Chief of
f."-tUIlLw VSJ, .I
N. Gorny. former Imperial Rus
sian army officer, charging
Forbes denounced 1 him to the
committee as a Soviet agent. -:
a w AZ-r1i nAo
On Jersey Coast
MITCHEL FIELD, N. IT., May
27. ( API The mass movement
' . , , .i- 1,.
of army airpianee wbu w
skles. begun last week at Dayton,
O.. Vas continued today along the
I --.. , d hark to
" Vnri aiuT ar ain with-
feet precUlon. ,
1 , t .
PiJnt HOnS P OT
I" - a- .
MUNICH. Germany. May 28
- tk. BA.tl. nrk
L.'7Z?tr"V. T. V tv of
her. eaVly tody f or tbi Tyrolean
a?! 'aaarch for Dk August
Plecard'a balloon. v .
lOTHOUSn I people..
ciPNiTiinccnri I1 -whiarenewsl
Referendum Move on Police
- Law - Gains; Ballot -
Title b Upheld
-. . nttw Cmrf ItorSt
ru?.w"" 7 ,
Lacking f in : Appeal
fronTLANTi. Ore., liar it
UJ? Ed Arerill, leader of
,ponsorinr referendum of
n,PUto polieo Uw. Mid tonKht
V" aaa .tVn.ftrrM kad
' 2 on pe5uons Mktaf
referendum on the measure. :
- -AmTlated netltions. WUn l
10.80 algnatures of registered l
-"lZZ? V1 .I V.,... c
..-ITOiers, nun o iiu,w r
ury of SUte Hal E.' Hoss by mm
The sUU eupreme court yeter-
day upheld the ballot prepar-
ed by Attorney General Van Win-
, for the referendum measure
.ttackine the state police depart-
ment law enacted by the If 81
legislature. The opinion was writ
ten after oral argument was
heard Tuesdar on an appeal filed
by J. J. McDonald, Marion county
granger who contended the title
was misleading, contusing and not
a true statement of fact. Another
appeal filed by. Chris Kowits of
Salem was not considered by the
court In iU decision. -
"In our opinion," Tead the
court's statement; "the ballot title
prepared and suDmmea oy w
attorner ceneral is a fair and lm-
partial statement or tne purpose oi i
the act and will enable the Toters,
if called upon to do to, to express
lntelUgently their approval or dls-
approval ot the same. ....
The supreme court directed
that the ballorUtle be certified to
me secretary i
Find no Merit in
Any of Objecaqn.
The nrlneioal objection to the
ballot title advanced by McDonald
was that the. state police act pro-
rides that each of Its members are
charged with the enforcement of I
i.wi whila tha rener-1
all criminal laws, while the gener-1
.i ntnt f th ballot titles nur- I
Dorts to limit the duties ana- ac- i
tlvltles ot the department to those
duties heretofore performed oy
traffic officers, fire marsnais.iisn
and game wardens, pironiomon 1
off cer. and highway enforcement
"We see no merit in any of
quired to be wiser than tne law,
t(M&n fi nlxi" Aim
UltZll S XMMJ
Of Defense For
SAN DIEGO, Cal., May 27
(AP) Alexander Pantages, mll-
hionaire showman, and his three
.A&f4nt. tndav aat thronirh
r--- 1, 7,! "
trial - on
I - nf tt, mne tion of ones-
rr -Z. 7 Vtn.tin, ihal-
lenges came an indication that the
"million dollar defense counsel"
1 wnnit iimnt tn ohta.in a inrr
I made up of men only Seren
Ueremtorr defense challenges
were usoo. ana wun eavu wuuiau
I W" CXCUBCU.
Planes Collide 4
On Ground, One
- I W vvu w aaw
r Airiatnr K 1 llPn lng the appointment jof an attor
SiVldLUl XUICU. represent him.
un v-cv ---
t0. w a iinaed
. "cv"6? 'T "Vl 1
i iransDort piioi, wa mjuieu
. I,rnort 0ffiCiiM ald Scott's
i, Airport of ficlals said Scott's
cabin monoplane rode orer the
th striking Ross and inflict-
I student's open cocxpn piauo rm
mg fatal Injuries. He c eo en
route to a nearby hospital.
w t-i . ' C
Jc Katal tn SIX
MADRID. May 27
"on' w" r.n strike dis-
1.111. Jl mw,A a O In
I a..i.--a ,... tn dnailthe falL
v. -.. I
i wlth tne Bnuatlon.
nimv TO UK A TIT
ROCKFORD, IU., May IT
t a t a .ail Ian aroman
vnn-i n dath lata todav
v.- - .ntnmnKila tnrned over
and caught fire after a front urei
had exnloded. Another " woman I
Ss.denu ot d Kaibm.
was injured seriously. All were
I autm """f . .
I . WASHINGTON. May X7 iATl
f I The automobile Industry sold a
toUl of 885.708 cars of all kinds
I last month as compared with 178-
401 la March. : -
By ELTON C. FAT
(Copyright, 1881, by Associated
a - kII
ship of state Is
to OoTernor Franklin D. Roose
velt, v - ' v
When be steals a moment from
a tedium, f
ihi p a, m
ne was 14 years
old no saUed "a
tiny. It no ek
about from New
" r." Naw York. Tde
. . .77 " ' . I
- :rr.tti .! iMitehms
ana juoany na in
and models of snips. Lithographs
bide the walla, and the scale mod
els snread their SDars- athwart
jt" gTernorTls proud of his
. ., . tnt,
X """"r,. ZZL TmZ
of Teasels of the old American
Inavr. exnlainine regretfully that
he lacks onlr SO of the known 500 I
Uthorrashs of the type. His col- I
lection of books on the oid navy I
(Turn to page 2, col. 7)
. ...ti pn:fl
Pair ' WOrK On Central POint
Man but1 he Calls Jn
v Officers; Arrest
: m . " mm
EUGENE, ore., way
t kx Accused of nlaylng a fasti
bunco game two men booked oy
sheriff's officers as Jack L.ind-1
strom and-John E. Mathes were
lodged in, the county, jail nere
: 1 t ;
' mi 1 ..t
FAST BU10 GAME
FAILS' IN EUGENE
. a. a.M Mum am.
mar mu . ' ,7
-"J"-' tZr,yri ;VftV
Zt". , t,roa.
1 Ca of hU farm,
"'y -,7- v.rTim to
- y - tJukttaij profe88ed
to be heavy and successful spec
ulators In the stock market.
Brings - Money but
nrfleere txune too
Finally, authorities said, they
persuaded Carlson "to bring what
monev ne could 10 neip meni
raise 880,000 for marginal oper
ations, promising him one-third
1tifi In t n A
v-.i. titEo and cnnnosedlT
Tne JvZiol&entlat chiefly because jthey
other man said y auiriiiea io i . . .nan.h onrtn to
was meeting the men to turn were probably solved, unwitting
over his money to them when ly, when city police took I three
ffi.ar anneared and arrested Spokane men Into custody for In-
IJndstrom and Mathes. -
United States department of
justice officer and postal Inspec-1 Charlie Logan, they report dlscov
.M .tuui In Enrenftl err of narcotics and the rold. al-
urBiftJ t0 investigate the poa-
slbillty of bringing federal cnarg -
m arainst the prisoners.
Sheriff Jennings ot jacason
county co-operated in the capture
8f the two- men.
To be Defense
j viirniA ' Wash . May 27
; .Trr" t'
the fjrgt degree murder of
Marshal George Warring of Mab-
lon, cnangea n
to not guUty by reason of
ItT late : today. Miller pleaded
guilty to the first degree "urder
charge when arraigned in super-
lor court but changed It follow -
. M1"?r-. ncaer?no'.?:;
lnf. lw.ce ."en .
went to tn MUier nome uj
Bfk trom neighbors.
. 0 .
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: is uiven maun
CHICAGO. May 27. (AP)
I A coroner's Jury decided - todai
that structural failure caused the
crash of the Dally News' sesqul
IPiane "due uireaa . wun lUB
death of IU four occupants, near
nlane "Blue Streak" with th
IrvucaLuu jkiuj. j ;
composed of six aviators. J
Four men who saw the big ship
ln lu T-freed that one of the
main wings collapsed just before
?mr7 fC NMT
' w. w
I JACKSONVILLE BEACH. Fla.
way aj. tar; wun mr
less than 12 hours dlsUnt. WaW
I ter Lees and Frederic Brossy. do-
troii aviacora, lonisac new .
dlesel engtned monoplane on to
ward a new record for non-refueling
At 11:47 p. nu -3.S.T.. they had
been in the air 45 hours. Th
Ueeord Is 7i hours and 28 sala
been In the air 88 hours. The
"Statosphere,, Right iad
Oxygen for 10 Hours,
Mow Twice That ! .
Ascent Over Alps, Pointed
To by Friends as Sign
Of Human Guidance! -
-TAtlGSSBtrRO; Germany,' Majr 28.
(Thursday) -(AP) The "Strat
osphere" - balloon ! of Professor
August Plccard crossed the north
ern Italian border ' early j this
morning after a belter skelter
hopping" fligat aboTO the
A1n and tin riso to a rrowlnr
v;,V-. .v.. -r" . , i ..3
belief that Professor Plccard! and
his companion. Charles Kipier.
could not remain alive. . i
- After being- sighted - over sev
eral towns in western Austria,
tracing a southward fllglt from
Innsbruck, the balloon was re-:
ported sighted by the Gendar
merie over Boson, Italy, contlnu-
its southward course.
; Earlier in the night there were
reporU that what were thdught
to be distress signals rroia tne
two men enclosed In the aliimln
um ball atUched to the balloon.
were seen, but the commander of
the airport at Innsbruck was re
ported to have denied that light
signals he flashed when the. bal
loon appeared there had been an
swered by the scientists.
Friends Bell ere
Baz Still Guided
Friends of Professor Plccard at
r ?' : v", ' 4T .. 5
groundsf or hope in the continued
Munich, were reported as finding
flight. They declared the fact that
the balloon maintained a fairly
even altitude, rising only as it
crossed the Alpine heights, indi
cated the huge bag still was bo
lng guided by a human hand.
,i T v w
the balloon was Deingr tossed
. . ...ft . ... . t,niM mi
h . B . 1K 000 hls lt
- ; .
Apprehension was felt for the
carried only enough oxygen to
I last ten hours. TheT left! the
ground at S:B5 a. m., and at the
time the baUoon was sighted near
Innsbruck and nearby point
I nearly twice the ten hours! time
I had elapsed.
.1- - i -
Thefts', of narcotics and dental
I gold from doctors' offices
vesUgatlon at 7 o'clock yesterday
I evening. On the person of one
legedly stolen from the offices.
1 Liogan is saia 10 oe a -aope- ao
I diet. . "- -j. I
1 xne otner , two men, unanes
j Baker and C. C. Whistell.f along
with Logan are being held for ln
vesUgatlon of records andO their
activities ln Salem.
Next Winter is
WASHINGTON, May 27-HAP)
. anln thai toaa than tint.
mal Bprlng employment gains In-
i dlcate worse suffering next win-
ter than last unless the problem
I . a. inmataroi ;tmd
tod fc wlllIam Green. president
. IT A,Mn waderationlof La-
Z' " i
Green offered a four point pro
gram for reducing distress, and
encouraging economic recovery,
headed br the suggestion that em-
NEW YORK. May
The opinion a sudden change
to optimism which will ussier in
better business conditions Is
"about due" was expressed today
I by Genei
General Charles G. Dawes,
or to Great Britain
l banker, and the man ior wnum
drawee plan was named.
FOUR-PAGE COLORED COMIC TO t
START IN STATESMAN SUNDAY
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Sunday, The SUtesxnaai wffl Introduce a new feature to
Its readers. That day and eca Sunday thereafter, a fW
twoorwHnic section will be provided with four of the best
SmuT feature, appeartos; therein. Polly and Her Pata wlllbe
there, along with Elmer and hi. Ma and Pa, whi toe !nknlt
able Popeye and the Toot, and Casper family will make wj
the four funnies for StatesxpaJt readers. .
No single feature of modem newspaperdom U so Mver
eally appealing a. the comic. Its everyday humor and etopUo
It7 WDMaTthe despale of cynic, but it. WeJikeaena and ma
iversal appeal has kept the eoante to the forefront of the ave-
Taazea f addlUeata
the readability of It. Sunday isae with the pnbUcaUoo of the-fowr-page
eomlo eotkm. V.'
: EW1PIRE BUIHEil
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One man Killed When 12 Steel
: Topple on? Side; ; Same Twister Kills ; Farmer Uzzr
MoorheadrMinn Buildings Demolished. ;TelegrcpI
Wires Down; Heavy Downpour' Follows " v S
Sullivan, Salem man, one of
lured; Several From Northwest; Seattle Rotarian in
Hospital, Woman From Same City may riot Recover;
Strikes Without Warning
M E, SULLIVAN of Salem was one of the passengers in
jured less seriously In the wreck of the Empire Build
er near Fargo, N. D., according to Associated Press dis
patches. He suffered injuries about the head and shoulders.
Sullivan Is not listed in the city directory nor as. a taxpayer
in Marion county. Mrs. F. W. Nippolt of Portland received
a back injury. t V j:
FARGO, N. D., May 27-(AP) Lifted bodily from
the track by a tornado the Great Northern crack train Em
pire Builder, east bound, was wrecked about eight miles
southeast of here late today, killing one person and injur
ing a number of others.
The twelve steei coacnes compnsuig ine tram were
turned over on their sides. - The engine and tender alone
On Dry Laws
PORTLAND. Ore.. May 17
(APi Citizens ot Oregon are to
have an onoortunity to vote upon
repeal of the state Pniwuoniaw
aV "f u"i" "r."',7r:
ry B. cnwniow. wru ""T
div in announcing ne ui
ten to Secretary of State Hal JC.
tr... Kallnt tlfuk for an in I-
nwa lvi m . .
Crltchlow said the proposed
measure, wnicn wm ne cin.ui
for signatures after the ballot U-
tie has been determines, reaas as
follows: "Be it enacted by me
people of Oregon that chapter
w nranAM to reoeai only the
nral drr law." Crltchlow said.
We are making no attack upon
hn chanters havine to do with
possession or maintenance of il
legal dlsUllerles, driTing wnue
drunk and so fortn. tr uregou
. . m a . a M a 8 11 . Mr
vote as It drinks, it will go wet."
At Other Salem
Tirv-v which the Salem. Mass.,
. ri -ntifft the
local high was being
here arrived Tuesday.
It was a
g. scnooi ni;Ylonr,--;: U traitor to his country.- Throw
hSZ. "i I.! "bv Mi- lng the picture to the cobblestone.
Miss Pro was a member of the
local high school debate team
lOCai UI(U . vuuvi ,--
which Journied east in the spring
f 192 to meet the Salem. Mass..
team. The boon was leii m
eastern high school at time of the
debate. Other memoera o.
t.,m ...a Rarnelle Beckett and
tt Tlanarda ITaxei HTOWUO Ul
tl aomoanled the trio
I... tro lit a member of
euu ... 1 1
we .r"' a-
ti.--4.Vi fnnior uta icuvvt
Wales? Plea is
Radio For Blind
TiwnnV Mar 27. (AP) In
..-, hroadcaat tonight to
---., rtrftain and America me
Prrnce ot Wales pleaded mat 7 www
blind persons In the British Isles
who are witnoui a.
should be provided with them De-
fora another year nas passeu.
n snoke at the annual dinner
of the wireless for the , o una
which already nas
i iu- " -
Coaches. Leave Ralls
Those Less Seriously in-
remained on tne iraca. ;
The person killed was. identi
fied as A. Anderson of Monte-
sano. Wash. He was pitched
from the train' through a window.
Edward Brandt, conductor In '
charge of the train, was dazed '
by. the wreck as were many , of
Those on the train said they
had no warning pi the storm un
til tne windows crasneo in. men
the coaches overturned.
A wrecker was sent from St.
Cloud, Minn., to the scene of the
wrecked traln tonight.
Fsrraer Is Killed
By Same Twister
l , .--.... --f j vnr,.
nh . Moorneaa Minn., by th
I... . .' . . . .
i vwisier ana several puiiaiBga
were demolished. Telegraph and
telephone lines were down and
i siae roaas lmpassaoie oecause oi i
I the heavy rain which followed.
i Tne "Empire, Builder" is one
i (Turn to page 2, col. )
May Mean Rift
. ROME, May 17. (AP) Con-
. tinning atUcks which observers
1 - - . - .
believed might lead to a serieas
rift between the Vatican and the
Italian government, Fascist stu
dents tonight stoned the offices ot
the Catholic publishing house ;
After breaking many windows
II Papaw" (The Pope) from the
winJ?OWB- . . ... J
I men laamg an on punrau ui
Popa Plus XI from the wall, the
students carried it to the street,
brandished lt and cried "Here is
of the street they trampled upon
i . i m a
Uheat Parlev S
" al.J .
On U.S. Envoys
LONDON, May 27 (AP)
Blame for the failure of the In-
I . , I --0-- m.
I . , . , i, - ..ku..
urDuioau wuca. vuum--v.
anything substantial was thrown
on the United States delegation
In a statement issued today by
Abraham Klssln, a member of
the Soviet delegation to the con
The Russian - representative
said the special position assumed
by the United States delegation
in nfmlnr the nurchase ln an
i intnraational arreement for rem.
Nation of the grain! market and
ln iUggesting a redaction of the
, area unaer cuuivavion nu tm-
i possible any agreement upoa
scheme for maraei regui-nen-
. . . J?-..
KANSAS CITY, May 27. (AP)
Rosemary Lydns.l city- deiln-
nnant tax collector, and John
Lazia, north side democratic doss.
were arrested today as federal
axents continued a roundup of
about 40 persons alleged to have
been Involved ln the wboleeaie
distribution here of Al Capoae al
STRIKE TALK EBBS
TOKYO, May 27. (AP) Agi
tation -against a wage cut ot
80.000 employes lni alt govern
ment departments apparently col
lapsed tonight,- relieving fears.
that a railway striae would st
called and spread to other Indus
tries throughout Japan.