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EIGUTtt-t-mST YEAR " - ; Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning. Jnn 23, 1931 ; P.: r' -II j' 1 ' ' ' :- ' ' " ' ' 7
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Ruth Nichols Dogged by 111 Luck V
Jn Effort to Take Off Over Ocean
Blocks Move to Build Vault
After Architect Hired
By Control Board
Also Claims License Issue
Cost Here Is Highest
and Plans Probe
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Gorernor Julius L. Meier. want
ed licenses numbere if 100.000,
100.001, 100.002 lor hi three
rrlT&t ears. Secretary of Stat
Hobs twice refused - them to him.
Secretary ot State Hal Hess
wanted the new fireproof record
Tault, apprOTed by the legisla
ture, built. When the matter
came up In state hoard of control
meeting Monday. Governor Meier
ordered the fault architect. L.yle
Bartholomew, dismissed. State
Treasurer Holman acquiesced..
The forernor also announced
that he was starting an investi
gation of the costs of Issuing li
censes In Oregon which he said
were higher than those of any
other state In the United States.
Open Warfare Seen
In Meier Motm ,
These were the day's develop-
Meier's open wartare on secre- isms iuiiq akdou una ins puuie in wmcn it i'
t&rv of state Hoss. a warfare In
Intensity which approaches that
waged pa Carl Abrams, Henry "W.
'Meyers and the late State Treas
urer Kay. '
The goTernor's open attack on
Hoss in board of control meeting
which resulted In auashlng con
struction of the legislative ap-j
proved vault came only a few
minutes after a telephone tilt be
tween the chief executive and the
secretary of state.
. Before Governor Ieler left on
his 10-day absence from theeity
he requested special licenses for
his three automobile. On June
IS Hoss wr6te lette to the gov
ernor, pointing out; that no licen
ses were Issued specially by the
department this year la order to
cut costs, the practice in former
John, N. last night while on her way to Harbor Grace where
she planned to take off across the Atlantic on a solo mgnt to i mth.
Atlantic Hop Plane
Crashes at St. John
irl Bier Taken to Hospital With Wrenched
Other Injuries ; was Blinded
By sun ; Ship Somewhat Damaged
Hoover Plan -Characterized
As Historic Event of
Markets Gain: Bruening is
Hopeful France, Will
- By WADE WERNER
. BERLIN, June 22 (AP) A
tidal wave of optimism swept over
Germany today, washing the ac
cumulated gloom of years Into the
cutter. : ' r
This was the reaction to Presi
dent Hoover's proposal of a year's
respite in the payment of war
debts and reparations a proposal
that was characterized as "an His
toric event of the very greatest
significance by Chancellor Heln
rieh Brnen'ng who thanked
America in his first public state
ment since Mr. Hoover made his
The Boerse reflected the na
tion's relief with an upswing that
sent leading shares ten to 30
Press is Hopeful
TCTen the diehard nationalist
and the monarchist press headlin
ed the Hoover move as "the Amer
ican sliver lining" and "without
doubt the most important event in
the post-war world."
Tn contrast, that nortlon of the
press which reflects the views of
Adolph Hitler national socialists,
bannered "Germany victim of new
Neither in the press nor In offi
cial circles was the fact overlook
ed that France is yet to De con
sidered. Her reply is anxiously
At the core of the pew German
optimism over America's entry as
the ' rescuer is the all-important
fact. that, regardless of any dif
ficulties ahead, the heroic task of
restoring hope and confidence al
ready has been started and the
:; .who are news
i By EDWARD J. DUITT
(Copyright, 13 1, The Associated
1 - Press) .. " ' ' -
XITASHINGTON, June Jl
j VV (AP) Henry L. SUmson
f 1 . ' enjoys riding and golf,
but maneuvers for, suspension of
inter-governmental ' debt pay
ments have left little time for
diversion ot late.
Any minute the telephone may
ring for the secretary ot state to
S WAITED BY
Officials Desire not j to4 be
-v Put in Position I of the '
"Great and Generous act"
Is Characterization of
Hoover's Move ;
Chamber of Commerce Directors Support Removalj of th4
Highway Commission Meetings and Agricultural Of-
fices Here; Large Saving to Taxpayer, Convenience to"
Public Shown at Gathering
Tv JOSEPH E. SHARKET
(Copyright, 1931, - by Associated
. ... Press)., j ,
f PARIS, June 22 (AP)- The
French' government, upon whose
ters. today took nn4&. advise- p.nmmitM - Named to Safeauard Citv's Interests
, I . I W W. . w - - -ww - i i
ment resiaeni ioover:s pi-i
a year's suspension of all war
debts and reparations' payments.
Until late this evening premier
Laval, Foreign Minister Brland
and Finance Minister Flandln
called upon President! Donmer.
I Tomorrow the proposal will be
Retention of all Offices and Boards in this City; En
dorsement of Roseburg for Soldiers' Home Again Ex
pressed; to Advise Hospital Board
examined in detail by a
. HENRY L7 STIMSON '
step across the street from his
office to " confer with President
Hoover. If he h -Tries back It's
a likely guess that cables to for-
Jrn capitals soon will
mlnsr. He has a busy life,
used to it. Nor are difficulties
new to him.
STRIKING back at Portland which seeks to divide tb
totAarjital throuerh retaininor offices and comrnissions
officials were careful tonight in that city, the board of directors of the Salem chamber of
not to make any predictions recommerce passed resolutions last night strongly supporting
the removal of the highway; commission meetings from
Portland to Salem, and commending Director of Agriculture
Gehlhar for consolidating offices of his department in this
city i '
Tho VnVhwflv commission will meet! for the first tirn
be hum- considers President Hoover's fa Thursday: but no decision has been made ad to th
t. -t i. " .:52 S:'. nSmeit "meetinir place. For many years it has been
AUUVU U r . x - - - -
gardlng France's attitude on the
An official spokesman for the
forelzn office said that France
particularly large in
IS fortieth birthday, had been
passed In the practice of
law before public life first
called. In the 25 years slnee he
has been federal district attorney
in New York under President
Roosevelt, secretary of war un
(Turn to page 2, col. 3)
spirit be- meeting in Portland for the convenience of the Portland
cause of the United States' own member.
Senator Spauldmg, who Is a new member or the coro-
-Q- itlnn pntntg out th . Saving
to taxpayers wnicn wouia oe a-
does . not
ST JOHN, N. June 22 (AP) Blinded by the rays tf restoration of confidence is more
a sinking sun, Ruth Nichols, Rye, N. Y., society aviatrix, KStwS2
SCHOOLS TO SHARE
It was apparent in
officials that France
wish to raise Insurmountable ob
stacles to the American initiative
nor does she wish - to j be put be
fore the world as blocking it.
However, whatever attitude the
government may take,! there were
rumblings from political quarters
today tnat any attempt oi me
temporarily payment Mot those Oliver CreeK. Uctliyuiis u c
German renaratlons wliicn are oe-: i A i rM,.Jmnn
voted -to reimbursement I of actual UOmueu iur ui uiiuuiiiii
FORTY OH SEARCH
war damages, known
Young plan, will en
years miking considerable extra tonight at the Municipal airport and was taken to a of Nation . Innrea ThTr Load' new irf op"siUon in & chamber
work. 1 ' , -I finsnitnl 'snff erins a wrenched back and other bruises, and in bis tint publie pronounce-1 inCTease I
EXHIBIT IS TALKED
hospital 'suffering a wrenched back and other bruises, and
snocK. ' -.
The American girl flier was attempting to make a land-
- - ing when the accident interrupt
ed ner progress lowara iiarDor
Grace, hopping off place for her
proposed .solo flight to Paris. .
She was Just completing the
first leg of her flight, intending
to ; remain . in St. . John for an
early start tomorrow to the New
foundland airport. , , i
It was about P. m. (E.S.T.)
when her big plane hove in sight.
A great crowd had gathered at
the airfield to meet her. -
The plane took a graceful slant
downward to alight and when it
was straightening out to be
grounded; the sun's rays glinted
full into the eyes of the nervy
For just one second she was
blinded and in that flash over
shot the runway and nosed for
The crowd ran to assist her
Insist, on. Getting
-Special Tf ambers '
The letter was presented to
Meier yesterday and he imme
diately contacted Hoss on the
phone telling- him he didn't care
about the order; his family want
ed those numbers for bis car and
he thought the governor was en-t
titled to get them. When Hobs re
fused permission, the governor
went in person to the office of
the motor department ana .eu i j
r?ri Rabrielsonv Its head, to issue v..i enthusiastic mem
him the licenses. Gabrlelson said bers oI tne Greater Oregon asso-
he. lacked authority. . - elation metin regular session at
When the question of a 1 2 5.- the chamber- of commerce last
009 vault came up IS board ot nignt. Mrs. . W. Carlton; Smith,
control meeting shortly thereaft- preBidenC conducted the meeting,
er.l Meier said "such n expendl- Mr LeQn Glea80m reported on
tare would be boy's play In lew the plans for handling the asso-
of the proposed new capitol builds clatlon.g Oregon products exhibit,
. ing and moved that' the archl- h,.h OMD. jttne 27 in the Farm-
tect be paid for his work anddls-Jers, Market on Liberty street. To
missed. Hoss saia me tu wadate over 80 entries nave neen
necessarr to prevent destruction J mA wth more expected.
m I : . . I X. lie I I U 1 LL 1 A XI ku naawfc uva
(Turn to page z, cou j Carle Abrams appearea oeiore . . . h . .
the organization and expiamea in somewhat ' damaged. She was
an informal manner n""Y?- hurried to a hospital in an am-
of mercnanawe bulance. An examination
ment made on the Hoover plan.
Chanceller Bruening indicated he
realized fully the importance of
the part France will play.
"I have the conrletlon and hope
that France will not let slip by
this" very great ' moment ' for the
pacification of the woria, oi wnicn
Business Office Here
To Mean Economy
as the un-
PORTLAND, Ore., June 22.
(AP) Under a plan submitted to
the Oregon state board of higher
?eapProachment between . France SK?
I of deputlesr-
Not So Hopeful
Several deputies, speaking xn
the lobbies,, declared 11 was Just
as Important to maintain the
. (Turn to page 2, col. 7)
r"-r-V" TZ tee here today. Oregon State col
tMfii sin" he said le would-be called upon to save
Tni Chancellor made that state- .lx-tenth. and the f Utf
r Uw.apa8pme?merUP f Sff S&flTS
cfnifjcant-iisn of th nresldent dum against the leglslaUve appro-
of the United States joyfully and
with heartfelt gratitude," he said.
The committee report was made
a special order ot business for
NEW YORK. June;j 22 (AP)
Vfnot.nn AmarlpikTi mivnr.
Thit rAfnrendnm ties ni an ap- I r ihm . wirh ll Uirrioa nf I nf An mat. Grundmenn. who is a
proprlation of 1,181,173, but the w6arlness under their ! eyes and a graduate of an agricultural col-
complished if the commissioa
met here. Each time it meets la
Portland the executive staff ef
the highway department! fills ite
brief cases with data aad takes
the Jaunt to Portland for one or
two days. Fourteen men, rroi
the highway engineer -j to tta
chauffeur, make the trip. The
cost to the state in wages alen
is some 1263 per working day
and their expenses amount to
S10C a day. It th meeting
were here the men could keep at
their rezular work and be called
oTT.wTiTrtM. June 22 A in when, needed. The saving
posse ot 40 searched Silver Creek J would run ! from $3000 to' 12T0S
canyons south of Silvertonf Sun-1 per year to the taxpayers ot Ore
A in an endeavor to find some ( ron is the estimate of Senator
in- to vbv Herman Grand-1 snanldlng,
mfnn. who disaooeared two weeas
m ihnnU nave done so. un
iv nf lMf mold, whfch Grund
mann hail ha ratherinr xor nis
gladioli bulbs was found. William
Graham was largely engineering
the search. "
Ornndmenn. who Is Zz years
old, came to Silverton shortly
hefnrA Christmas to be with his
uncle, William Brlnkmler. Grund
menn came here from jxeorasxa.
Brlnkmler, who is single, nves on
his farm up South Water street.
He had planned on selling me
farm and leaving for Germany,
his former homeland, by the first
Max Gehlhar was present and
stated that; Portland was bring
ing heavy pressure to retain the :
(Turn to page z, coi. i
DOES Bit DAMAGE
Oregon. Mr. Abrams stated that I . . ,nor hurts and
"in oraer io lununw "r'iZ Nichols smilingly said she would
for Oregon goons, one mu . t , t ..tnattlttle spm gt0p
appreciate tbe really high stand- he. ,roV go!fig 011 to her goal.
.-A nf nreron nrodncts
- n Oreater Oregon association
iviteA all i women interested to
:. attend the meetings.; regardless of
She wants to be the first woman
solo flier to span- the Atlantic.
A day or so of rest, doctors
Paving of South Liberty street
on either side of the new bridge
re-1 is the major street Improvement
Miss I Job to be done in Salem this sum
mer, according to City Engineer
Hugh Rogers. Plans for this Im
provement will be submitted to
the city council at its meeting
Monday. ' 4
A 59-foot pavement is to be laid
spite weather conaiuous. ....
At the Lincoln school grounds
70 children gathered for the or
ganlxed play. Baseball teams were
organized, with Tom Gabriel as
captain for the boys. Plans were
also started for a track meet. The
miniature golf course was a popu
- lar amusement, Mrs. Margaret
Kelson, supervisor, reported.
The Xin sireei -
which is not
Hurt, tar Crash
' t A itK ERS BURG. ! W. Va., June
22. (AP)-:-nlte4! States Sena
tor A. W. Barkiey or teniae j
nffriul s, broken right knee ana
- "wv. ss, i irn rrnwi srruuuu w .
iV " .ttrtl. 'SUf th. Bruf. O.. tod.,
swimming pooL" ; BOle f r ;!
said, will fix her np and as for I south and north of the bridge in
thA nlane. mechanics tonlrht be-1 the summer, provided no remon-
gan to slxe up its damage and I strances are filed by property
await the word irom co. ciar- i owners, a snort sireicu uovaTcu
ence Chamberlin to repair it.
Arid Son Enjoy
and hit a
Rattlesnake ! Bites man
Guardsmen Receive pay
" Tour to! Alaska Starts
Postoffices Stay Open
south of the bridge; about 340
lineal feet remain unpaved to the
north of the bridge and south of
the Trade "street intersection.
Rogers is sure the fills to the
bridge approach have been in a
sufficiently ; long time to Justify
His plans also call for the fin
ishing of the fill on the North'
Commercial street bridge ' so It
may be fully, opened to traffic.
The paving program in Salem
in 1930 was quite extensive and
1929 was one of the largest on
committee found unexpended bal-
mm In several departments ag
gregating $328,004. which reduc-
ed the additional saving necessary
to 3857,170. Of this amount Ore
gon State college. would be cauea
upon to have 3514,302, and the
The savings would be eneciea
principally by increasing the
teaching loads of faculty members
at both Institutions by not replac-
(Turn to page 2, col. 7)
Milk Cans Do
As Gas Tanks
lot more avoirdupois arc
waistband, came home
rood will tour of France today
and did some explaining,
Fresh from a country of wines,
fine food and " Jollification, they
had something to say about the
economic situation but a lot more
on their views about prohibition.
"It's not true, slripald James
L. Kev af Atlanta, whose alleged
utterances on the drinking prob
lem abroad led to reputed threats
to assassinate him and proposals
to nominate him for! vice-president.
"It's not true that I said
prohibition was an abomination.
onnd the lere In Germany; offered to ta:e
from a I the place over at 7.uww. me pay-
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SUN SCHOOL HEAD
FREED OF CHARGE
Prohibition is a fine
Idealism, the trouble Is
a rood many examples
ism, its practical effect. Is not so
. "In. this country it is corrupt
ing the .people and government
from top to bottom, ill
'Did I take any drinks abroaar
They didn't say whether, he was
a Scotchman .
But be drove up . to a service -,,.. . - ranal auestion and
station shortly before noon Satur- kw- n.in M
WORKER TO RECOVER
ROSEBURG. Ore Janf"
AP) Orris Hartman. a prisoner
employed with the county road
crew, was recovering here to night
from the effects of rattlesnake
bite received .while he was work-
inc near Kellogg. I . ' .
Hartman - was cutting brush
when the snake struck the cM ol
his leg. " He was taken to Suth
erlln for emergency treatment and
then was brought to a hospital
here. -He was seriously -aU for
several hoars but bis condition
was improved tonight. ' L ; " .
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Start Home Today
CAMP1 CLATSOP, Ore June
2& (AP) Monday was the
big day at Camp Clatsop. The
Oregon national gnardsmen re
ceived their pay cnecks.
This afternoon the guards
men started breaking np cawrp.
" All Urge tents were taken down -and
the gnardsmea slept la pep
tents) tonight. . They, will leave
t- 'Xor borne Tuesday. '4' ' v
PARTY LE.1VES PORTLAND
' onpTiJUn Ore.. Jnne 22
iaii The Canadian Pacific
tA9mr Princes Norah left Port
land today with a party of Ore-
NEW YORK, June 22 (AP) .
There were two birthday cakes la
the home of Col. Charles A. Lind
bergh today. A tiny one with a
single candy on It, and a larger
one with 25 candles.
Charles August Lindbergh. Jr.,
was one year, his motner, tne RpMrri
former Anne Morrow, daughter of UlVUlLc iXCCUi U
Senator and Mrs. Dwlght A. Mor
row, was 25. ;:
The Joint celebration was safe
guarded 'from the curious to the
extent that where It was observed
was unknown, even at the home
of the little "Eaglet's grandfather.
Broken at Reno
With lll in Day
Some gas. please."
- The tank was filled.
"Thank you ; good day."
attendant was ready tor
"Oh, no. I want these filled."
The man swept his hand in the
general direction of the back of
the truck and trailer, loaded witn
milk cans and more milk
"I see the price ot gas
up." he vouchsafed.
The swish of gaa in can after
can and some other receptacles tor
good measure. The clang of the
cans to and from the truck, v
Hard work for the attendants.
PORTLAND, Ore., June 22
f AP) Lelah Nelson. Portland
"sun school" proprietor, was ac-
l.,.. Af nnitted bv a district court jury
that, like here tonight on charges of dls-
Aa1- Hnrhlnir tne DUDUC PeW luu
Miss Nelson was ' accused of
starving four children, ranging
from 4 to 13 years of age, who
bad been placed In her care. The
nlde'st. a bov. weighed only 41
nnundi when he was removed
CT mnv 7T Tl . Inn. 92
r, A . ww., ...
AP) One man Is bellefed to
have lost! his life In the fir
which today swept the St. Johei
water front, causing damage
estimated at lO.OOO.OOO.
He ts Norman Herring, mm.
accountant for the Canartbu
Banana Co., formerly of Hack-
ensacK, s. 4. ;
ST. JOHN, N. B., June 22
rAPl -Virtually all the facilities!
of the western section of one el
the most Important ports in Can
ada, with other property, wer
left In ruins today when fire
swept the St. John waterfront. !
. M . - - i
Property Dotk on snore and la
the harbor was destroyed by the
conflagration which raged un
checked for several hours artet
It was discovered at 11 a. m., ia
a shed on one of the wharves.
An. offshore wind prevented
the : flames from spreading
through the city of 0,000 popu
The Canadian Pacirie coastal
steamer Empress which formerly,
nllAd between Boston and St.
from the "school" and placed in a I John, was caught at its dock by
TWO MJXXJON PHONES
- LONDON, June 22. (AP)
Great Britain's two millionth tele
phone was installed j today in
Buckingham palace for the per
sonal use of King George. - - -
hoanltal bv court order. .He and
1th other 'children all suffered
from malnutrition, physicians tes
tlfied during the trial.
Testimony adduced told of Miss
Nelson's chaining the children to
nrevent their stealing food . and
Flax Industry in State
th flames and destroyed.
were ' several other craft in the
harbor. Wooden sheds, graia
elevators along, the water front
served as tinder for the fire.'
King of Siam at
RENO. Nev., June 22 (AP)
All recoras Wi X "ro.ca w lrhn flnlilutd
5S J?" Ti2d-ta J2- ! Egad8?Cttle ngurlng reveal-
land today I with a party oi ure- rian-tUTK
gonUns bound for Alaska on the O. K UeXeCZlVe
district court granted divorce de
crees to 111 unhappy spouses
ed that the customer had saved
first Oregon-Alaska good ; will ex
a -Vancouver. B. C-. the party
will transfer to the Princess Char
iAr for the Alaskan cruise prop
er, which extends a fr as Skag-
Victim in L. A.
UNTIL S S.1TCRDAYS
EUGENE. Ore., June 22 (AP)
LOS ANGELES. June 1 22. '
CAP) TJp In San Franclseo Fred
F. Bohr Inspires the light fingered
rentrv with fear, for they know
n ivi.j mA fAnrth-class I. - .ttv'a nAiira fnr. I Nicholson Doubleday from Nei
tmters. in annual Iconven- Bnt the pickpockets of Los An-I son Doubleday.the publisher,
tlon here today .agreed to b:Pgeles weren't afraid, because they
post office windows open untu si didn't know that not nnui one
.m ah Raturdavs. . I ot? their number relieved him of
.m. ., in. rbm nronosai i nis koi a dm x iuw.w .-
laLIw7S ss.SK sk m 1 - & - . w . . M
were Eugene. The Dalles,- Med- badge, number sis, on noiiyweou
. . . . - v. tt .11. RAunnrr. i DnniflTsru.
iora. iuuau , " i zz . : , . , .
A.hi.nd arants Pass. Oregon He appeaieo
I rii tn Vi r.l.a ram..
Jnde B. F. - Curler - went
through 58 varieties of cases .and I . !t
for a greater part of the day hl'PriI2Ce Ol WaleS
case every five minutes. Judge OJ TndaV and
Th-. v mroran handled 63 A CZJiU
cases, but was forced to continue
on the bench until after five
o'clfhgc to do so.
atnonr those obtaining de
crees today were Mrs.
Has Made Ra
- Editor's KU Thi fourth srticla la
cries seeriW U Orss - lx
lines iadottry pratcaU firnrM f'mti'r to
ths sad crawta of tasifUx bnnne
eoaducttd by ths itit.
Flags Will Wave
LONDON, June 22. (AP)
Martha I Flags will fly throughout the
British empire . to tne loneuesi
outpost tomorrow for the 37-year-
By SHELDON F. SA.CKETT.
The extent of the I state , nax
industry, the part it p!ya in giv
ing Inmates work, in providing
sales for a new iarm crop m
valley and in furnishing mater
ai for nreron Industries, can
only be appreciated by j considera
tion of the basic facts j about the
u..rr Tt is the i purpose of
this article to show how the busi
ness of flax raising and process-
City, ' Albany, Banaon, i
Grove, Hlllsboro, Salsm,
field and" Couille.' ? i
-aifVimt VTTTfl TWO
CHICAGO June 22 (AP) , xn AXinaon tyuo x-i ., "-
Deluging rains and hign winds In earshot of ! Edward's plainly
whipped- northern Illinois to- furnished study in St, James pal-
nlgbt caused the loss ot at least ace. guns will boom a royal salute,
two lives, and damaged much but it will be Just another busy
I " .-T.' t nt anm fear and property. Hall aecompaniea tne i aay nr u v-m--
Id bachelor Prince of Wales ing nas grown w
whose birthday itrwill be.
To sbow this growth concisely
we point to the ioiiowmg wg-
In the years 1925 U 1330 the
flax crops purchased by the .state
wtrhed 54.455. 847 pounds or
wnnrm than 17.000 tOnS. .
The total price paia ior taese
, . :l local badfo snatchers. .-r, place. . . . k"uli, - - - !
NEW YORK. June 22 -(AP)
King Prajadhlpok of Siam cele
brated his recovery irom a recent
oneratlon for cataract with an la-
formal theatre party at tomgnra
: . Tl , 1 psformance ot "The Green raa-
The expenses or xno inauuj 1 1 .. ,
in 1930. had reacnea tne ppini rhm .nd hls galu wer in-
01 .vw i . " Icornlto
amount 'paid growers.
There wan ' produced : In 1930
flax products valued at $190,000.
afi39.00O Total Oatlay
r.nll.l fnvaatArf In th indns-
. - ------ a r MDi
.- h -nit nr isso naa i bKAi ric, ub iai j
L,2a , tnti f isat.000. 1 nnn i Konnenberg. who I formerly
consisting of appropriations made I claimed the ' heavyweight wrest
by the state legislature or by the I ling championship of the world,
miitm mrrncy board. I took one fall in the third round
m. Art th lndnstrv I witn lit. K.an isapous io win iw
'- I 1 A vmmt main MM tit wrest
.. m ik.waav WAnn, nniKi I aw .wmw. -
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ing on the present market value berg used a top body hold after
of the processed and raw flax Sarpolla slipped from a flying
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amounted , to , $208,000 while falls from wans eenroeaer. w
..i-a n eihr to dealers outsiae I xors. 10 win w omi-iou
(Turn to pegs 2,i col, 3),; , ,' match.