Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1932)
....'.'.'.'.-'.'... 1 . j .t.. 1 r-j ..,.1. . - " " : f . ' " . j. . - .. . U - .. . " . i ; - : h ;
. I 7-fWEATUER j I
'" -UMHtlM with showers to
&Tt clearinsSatudarl MU
k ,-Tenp. Tliars. T Mia 60, ;
rala .13 larti, river
L; t, TartabU winds : ; j .
"'j one, '32 4 -
W a, w
,; :' pahl, dally, Sunday 6667 '
. ,?$iush" . k .-11
EIGHTY -SECOND YEAR
Salcm,OreffCtti; Frida3r Morning July ,15,' 1932 x VZZ
President Serves Notice no
vi Combination of Nations f
To Havo Influence -
Refers to Lausanne Action
t And "not to ; British- : '
' Franco Deaiihgs;R A
WASHINGTON, . .' Jaly ' 1 4 1 -
(AP)-EmplatI notice that the
United .State . wijl refaae to bo
Influenced U it stand upon war
debts by any : -combination . of
Earopeaa , nations, open or - lm
piled, was Kivea today by Presi
dent Hoorer. r '
The chief eiecntlre. la a let
ter to chatmwn Borah of thejRjtner Says Deficits From
senate foreign : relations commit- j ... i . . ,
tee, asserted is nation, was en
tirely divorced from any of the
swiftly developing Inter-European
agreements, Ja d would not be
bound by them.
"While I do not assume it to j
be the purpose of any of these j
attempts to affect a combined j
action or our aeotors. tne pre-
sident said, "If it shall be so in-
terpreted then 1 do not propose
that the Ameiican people shall
be pressed Into any line of ac-are
Hon or that our policies snail be
In any way Influenced by such a
combination either open or Im-
SecreUry Stlmion , had made I
known the national stand time
and again, bnt this was the chief I
executive's' flrsf. personal answer I
to reports from various European
capitals max 'nen xne repara-
tlons agreement was reached at
Lausanne, American spokesmen
Had given nope that action upon Paciric northwest, shipping a
war debts owed this country larger percentage of grain for ex
would follow.! ; port than any other section. Is
The gentlemen's agreement at the only area that has! failed to
Lausanne provides that reductions j
in German reparations are not I
to be made effective unless the I
Unlted States , revises Its debt tion, he asserted Canadian rates
agreements with European pow- and the recently Installed Buffa
ers. l lo-New York rates were.; less than
"I wish to make it absolutely balf corresponding rates on grain
clear, however," Mr. Hoover taia,
"that the United. States -la-not
been consulted regarding any of I
the agreement! reported, by tne
press to have been concluded
recently at Lausanne and that of
course it Is not a party to, nor
In any way committed to any
The president's letter to Bor
ah spoke of "recent agreements
in Europe." He made no direct
reference to any agreement other
than those reached as Lausanne.
It was assumed In official quar
ters that he .was not aiming at
when : he spoke.
LOS ANGELES, July 1
(AP) Sniping from the win
dows of shack with rifles and
revolvers,, james w. urown, v
year-old white laborer, late today
killed a cegro, shot a white worn
an through the hand,' then kin
ed himself ag nearly 100 police-
men closed la
The neighborhood at East 95th
street and Compton boulevard
was thrown r into a panic as
Brown, fired salvos from a half
dozen weapons arranged along a
Police said they believed he
was driven to frenzy by the
shouts of small boys playing in
front of his two room home. His
embody was found beneath the neat
row. of rifles and pistols from
which he had sent . bullet after
bullet along the street.
The first discharge was a heavy
slug from a high-powered rifle,
" apparently aimed at Mrs. Mamie
. Dobrinsky and her sister, 'Sabina
Costanco. who were in the yard
of their home across . the way.
The bQUet struck Mrs. Dobrin-
sky in the hand and the two
young women ran screaming in
to their home.
AT RGTORY BUZE
BAN FRANCISCO, Jnly 14
(AP)-Twelyo firemen were over
come by fames from burning Im-
ftatlnn leather dnrlnr a three
alarm fire in ; the baggage fae-1 who has been sourht since Sun
tory ef H. Koch and Sons here j day, Us safe at Tillamook bay.
Six of those overcome were
rushed to an emergency hospital
far .farther treatment. The oth -
era vera treated bvi amhnianee
senads at the scene of the fire.
Tha rvn flremAn retinrted in
serious condition at Franklin
hospital were Thomas Murphy
antt iTnrbArt nfnr. - i ?
- VtiA k m! n niA'fram ii Im.
itatlon leader the flra barnedj he failed to notify his Irlenda of
fnv mnn hn am hnnr hAfnre he-1 his whereabouts, He fwas i not
Inr hrnnrht n!er nntrol. Own-
ers of the factory said they were
unable to estlaite the damage,
Watiiisf aridt'Belknap Hcad Paftie Planning
To Stay-in far North for a Year; Aviation' 1
Experts Give Approval to" Plans -
IW YORK, July
are pushing into the north
a trans-Atlantic air route to Europe via the arctic. -: '
Parr-Amrican; Airways, disdoseel today that thePan
American : Airways -East I Greenland expedition, headed by
H. G, Vatkins, British explorer, was scheduled to sail from
"y , , '" ' oCopennagea at oaca to establish
rassenger irauic iaia
On Their Shoulders
rtcattle. inlv 144-CAPV
Rot W. , Rltner. Umatilla county
grain grower and a director of
North Pacific Grain j Growers,
inc. told the interstate ? eom-
merce eommisaion hearing on
grain rates here today that grain
farmers of-the Pacific northwest
"demanding a new1 deal on
"They are tired of having the
deficits from passenger depart-
jments and from non-profitable
freight service charged against
their wheat, he said. 'Withere-
dit and all reserves exhausted
and with the farm nrlce of export
wheat In this section below the
cost of production, they face In
ability to continue producing.
The carriers' argument was
interrupted to permit Rltner to
take the stand. He contended the
receive the benefit of voluntary
reductions in grain rates. -
During a brief crossi-examlna-
in the Pacific northwest
Examiner Arthur 3.i Macktey
overruled an attempt to expunge
HOODLUMS FIRE OM
MECHANICSVILLE, Md., July
14 (AP) Employes of a carnl-
breaking camp here today
were fired upon from ambush by.
a band of men described! by police
as "drunken hoodlums." Ten
The shooting was the j climax of
ill-feeling that started when resi
dents of Mechanlcsvllie accused
members of theecarniTal; troupe of
"gypping" them. s-
Three of the 10 wounded were
taken to Washington far hospital
treatment. The others! . received
medical attention here, i
State Patrolman J. R. Miller
said he had "a good Idea" who
the aMaiiants were.
Satnrdav William Stanley SI.
operator of the carnival's bucket
game, was shot and wounded In
the abdomen after an argument
wltn men who charged j him witb
operating a "crooked" game.
One of the most seriously in-
todty was Mr9 Anna BUs-
sard, 22, who was holding an in
fant in her arms when the dis
charge from a shotgun struck her.
The baby was uninjured.
SHEA IS PRESniENT
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore..; July
1A.f"-1b AUtS "aS?
Roseburg was chosen for ? the
lfSS convention city.
The convention adopted a res-
i olutlon urging careful considera
tion -of all measures, on rtiiv No
vember ballot. Particular refer
ence was made to the school mov
E. H. Shta. or poruana, was
elected district' governor and O.
F. Tate, of Portland,! was re
ASTORIA, Ore.. Jtly 14
(AP) The Pelnt .Adams coast
guard wasinformed today -that
I Ed Johnson, - Seaside s xisnerman
I Coast cuard vessels naa patroiea
i tno sea cioseiy xer s.gm oi w
j 21-foot skiff ia. which, Johnson
1 crossed Necanclum bar i Saturday.
I ' Caotain ROnert a aney s oi -me
I Barvlew sUtion reported toaay
a I Uit s JOnnSOU ? mTM a( .
mook bay safely saturoay nignt
I and that he thougnt so ume oi
imaklnz the trip irott seasiae to
I TUl&mooi la open DOt IUH
(aware that the coast guard patrol
man neen 8ereni, w,wum
-Two American expeditions
to lay the groundwork for
two bases in, tne vicinity of Ang-
magsallk, Greenland, Just south of
tire arctic circle. - - t v
The "Michigan -Pan Ameiican
Airways Greenland expedition un
der the direction of R. L. Belknap,
of the University of - Michigan.
also Is on the way to lay a base
100 miles north of Ubernlsk and
several hundred miles north of
the arctic elrcle.
These groups will remain la the
arctic for about a year. It was ex
plained, conducting meteorologi
cal, aerological and topographical
studies of the Greenland ice cap
with a view to determining what
advantages such an aerial ' route
might nave over a more southerly
course. They will not use aircraft
for the present.
The field plans were approved
after numerous conferences be
tween Pas-American officials and
such experts as Vllhaljmur Stef-
ansson, arctic explorer, and Colo
nel Charles A. Lindbergh. The
consultants will receive regular
reports from the expeditions and
digest them for conclusions.
I STEll'.'ER PLEA
Asks Hoover to Assist, in
Move to set Aside the
WASHINGTON, July 14
(AP) Arrangements designed
to aid Pacific Coast Lumbermen
to obtain a more equal distribu
tion of business took form at
conference today between Presi
dent Hoover and Senator Steiwer,
Th AntnV on lvin the
White House, said he had placed
before the resident anneals
from hotb fiovMnoi. Mir of
Oregon and Governor Hartley of
Washington that presidential aid
be given t In setting aside the
anti-trust laws so that the output
?IiTber ,ndaEt m,8ht be
He said the chief executive
could take no such action him-
The nreRldent wired Meier av-
r ' T
ate In holding a test ease If tim
ber producers desire to form i
joint agreement to regulate out-
' - r.
put and Bring u to test.
wa" .r,,w AiZ
northwest were strongly deslr-1
, - Aa v-m bA
FLlnSTZr nl L WZZi
. . a.
H "r "
number of firms and provide
more employment. tie aaaea,
however. , they were hesitant
about forming such an agree
ment uecause they did tot like
to be considered "criminals,
involved In an
Lions Select Roseburg .
Missing Fisherman Safe
- DeGrace Motion Denied
PORTLAND. Ore., - July 14.
ing C. A. DeGrace. vice-presldont
wun oevwing a scnem io ue-
fraud in the sale ot securities,
waa denied at his trial here 16 -
oay oy uircun juago, uuuy or
.The moUon waa based on th
- :- - -
::r"T." T .r'.vV
W J v . 11. A . . . 1 -
u.u pceu nuini oeiurv u inuu
Jury : which indicted DeGrace.
lr T. 11.. . 4V . -..4.
u. reiuiauon or tne auegauon.
SAtiai.a am. L a. &
fore the grand Jury but In eon
J mttEiV Differ-
with an entirely dirfer-
IN CXiACKAMAS RIVER
PORTLAND, Ore., July 14
(AP) Coroner Holmaa ef Clack-
mu Mnntv AntrtAl tuti limn
G.. Barbour, "if, of Portland,
drowned today while swimming
In the Clackamas river at Carver.
The eoroner.said Barbour and
r.i.f ni twn riri had
- .Jr. ... ..
parked thoir car at tne south ena
of the bridge and 'were attempt-
ing to swim across the stream
when Barbour sank. I i
..t.I r-. r
Biat9 Diitcui.u mu. v. ouvn,
nwn ru. . . - ...
LUMBER 1 IR
Hill City, Kansas, Tops off
Nation With Mercury
Climbing to 105
Baltimore Leads the, Fatality
I List ;Three m l.two s c
v f Days Recorded
(By the. Associated Press) r -A
mid-summer heat wave roll
ed. across most of ' the 'United
States yesterday, causing at least
three fatalities and shattering sea
son records at several points, v -
Wheeling. W. Va.. Newark. N.
J., and Baltimore, Md., reported
the deaths. It was the third death
from the heat for Baltimore in
two days. '
Cleveland had it easy at 70 de
grees but most of Ohio sweltered
in the : 10's. One person : was
drowned in trying to escape the
sun's rays In Cleveland ; and an
other was overcome In Dayton, v
Kansas, Missouri and Oklaho
ma Justified early predictions that
it vould be the hottest day of the
yet.r in some places. Hill City,
Kas.. took the honors with a mark
of 105, Hays, Kas.. was a close
second at 103 and Bartelsvllle,
Okla., was third in that section at
100, the hottest of the season. It
was 95 in Oklahoma City and 96
In Kansas City.
The thermometer at Orange
burg, S. C. soared to 101. It was
98 In Charlotte. N. C. Norfolk
hung up a new high for the year
at 95. Other high readings were
Atlantic 92, Birmingham 89.
New York City hoped for
showers after a maximum degrees
of 85 but the rest of the east was
not so badly affected. Generally
warmer weather was reported for
the Canadian northwest, the Da
kotas, the middle Atlantic states
and southern New England. The
Pasific coast was comfortable be-
t w e e n moderate
Resolution, favorlnr merger of I
i small school districts into larger
"nJta wer by the Oregon
ranJy., SCfl0?l Superintendents
"OcIaUon, at the closing session
?i x" convention here
5"tmn- .. '
17. ",1 . -V;"" '
ctooT nuZilZtlZ Ttio
I mv" Z'ZXW2 .,..,!
I WArA a Ian aumifail
operation In all feasible plans' for
MMIAX J .1.
I . . . .
I BIb-LIOH Or IflA llnAA ATI1 w-
.IV. . .. ... u. U I IIH mm
9 dacatlon a.
i uQeocs lor nrorress. irinnf an
paid to the unselfish service of
Joslah Will. .nnn .t,-
i - vwmmu asia wa iu
tesdent of Polk counir aahai.
wai eIectea President of the asso-
Hiiinn irr. vinM o-.-..
I " " " A-awaa OVUl WUCI UL
G11Uam eoBBt' '
P"?Went. and Mrs. Lucy Rodger.
01 Morrow e0011 crtary-treas-
10 NULLIFY DEBTS
LONDON. July 14(AP)-
Th British government made a
any impression in that united I
States that a concerted European
move was being made to nullify
the war debts owed to Washing
ton, -v , .- . .
The government Issued two of
denied that the new Anglo-French
mtnt wltll tht rjnited SUtes. The !
otVeF AltAratAi ,A .tr.t, -K..l
1 v ; ' "rT"-,., 17 71""r
form tha Kotsmih
w S WVIW VUa UtbWf mw-
VIlBAVSATIBISlWaVASBV VPAS W Mft laM Ai A
w ..T:. i."r
I uon B bich they meet a
I Ttnrlnv fh. .lav ttiA Tf 1 T i. a
I n.i-.,n ri,,,,. 'Aff.fra- ,tift
the foreign office that their gov-
I " o- rn.m-mmm.T
i ernments arread with tha ideas
I ATurAMAii In tha Aarlo-Traneh
a and V to adhere to It.
it Vaa understood that Germany,
also-invited wlo paxtlcipata,' was
studying the agreement.
j Tirp Killed in
14 fc-C laiilCU All
SILLED Uf.'IT FOR
SCHOOLS IS BACKED
W i CHIN
CyrT,Wi4r,.UXW,t-aanare area - along . tha
Oeapi272e OraS2 I boardwalk which was wiped out
I DULUTH. Minn., July
I fAPl Threa men were klUed to-
. I . . . f . i..
i aignt- wnen a m pmenier w jarie w aunurea
plane crashed oft St. Louts bay, and rendering upwards of
I near the heart of the city, Thelthousand more homeless.
I dead were: Hank O'Hara I3. pi -
.rUnini). anil T 1 n-r ti. of vir.
vvu - v., - -,-
ainla.' . ' . ! ,1"
Says New Deal"
PATRICK J. HUBXET
"NeW Deal" From Old DeCK
Of W. J. Bryan, Asserts
At Ohio Meeting
In an atmosphere intensified by j
only partially concealed sentiment
r .lLT nw T rifhii
eenth i amendment . OWo fepubll-
Zivfu n nZtd '. ,
Fr?"i15P: RooseTu ccePt-
Tne war secretary, aenaiug ibo i
New Yorker's pledge of "a new
deal for the American people."
said Roosevelt was "dealing from
an old deck the same old deck
from which William Jennings Bry-
an live ma auiwreau vvy "
many -new aeais . I
He spoke before tne state re-
puoucan conventioa, in iiibw
v.. .... t A I
state platform convention since
the Chicago national convention.
The prohibition question ap-
neare.) to have been tacitly left
out of tb address, but Cincinnati,
Aaron ana xoongBwwn aeies- i
tlona went drlDninr wet In caucus
and were nrenared to carrv a res-
effort to declare th convention
effort to declare the convention
in favor ot repeal of both natlon-
al and sUte liquor laws
Another big city delegation,
that from Cleveland, had not
caucussed tonight but Maurice
MfAcbke' national corn-
m,"e.?.an' " was.the general
1 wAa. J', t"
luo uemaaa lor luw rcpo p,UJL
And WTiv Not
ailU TT AlJ -LVI'
I7 j "
VISIT. I JTPfFOTl
ip nl f&
I ualftu"' JU1' .
AnmnATnt w 1 a a vax
vrra v a a m a
2? V. u"en
i pirT unniiT air raassT nnAnp
i-t out todav to lArn f rom Vn-
set oui toaay to learn xrom en -
. A . A A . V - u A. . a .
newhr Lftrts .
fML" th SJ5? w
.nd th(i -n!cT
and the answers, which Included
nwih I.UiUW mjU
glneer: "Put a few lettuce leaves
inside your hat. If you can't get
lettuce, a strip of beefsteak will
do just as well
John Demas, restaurant chef:
-Driok hot c7f f Phe mori ho.
coffee 1 drink the cooler I get
Harold Llchensteln: "Take a
-..., " .C. .v.
streets seem cool by contrast."
rouce Inspector Gustavo
Schlnk: "Work harder than ever.
Idle person U the only one
tt BAwwai ap aa
John Andrews, truck driver:
Joseph Salxman. aviator: "Take
aa airplane ride. I went np 15. -
000 feet todav and it was It
MK nnemployed. who sat
vn tne snaae at tne edge or
park- fountain smoking his pipe
n aangimg his. bare feet in the
n.ir: J n:.iJl
I AT- m r m . -
ri- O ' -' a
Ur IsOney JKeSOrt
wnr wnnw t-i- uiw
- a w a waa, am a- s tea r - aTiM
four blocka at Coney Island plans
were fermnlated today to -recoa-
struct the concessions damaged
la yesterday's tiro. ' .
a ma rni'M iir h AaVa
army-of firo fighters - eoatiaued
to play 1 its hoses en - the four
in a rive hour biaie causing prop
ierty loss between twee and three!
Imllllon dollars, resulting .la In
I , f . - 1 V . ...... .
j - Fire Marsnai thoom Bropni
I that tha MnflarraMan waa aeci
dental U cause.' .: .7-
r im z i urn
wMiwhwuiiv w a a.
Lower f' Branch Holding -.out
f-For, Publicity, to ,aU
, Loans Under Bill
,Fear,That Hoover, Will yeto
If That Provision Left' '
1 WASHINQTON July UM)
The modified unemployment I
relief bill was jeopardised today
I a new Mnfllct between thlCIUOIL
tw vnM 1
:. . . I
inreatenea to prolong tne see-
The $1,121,009,090 bill
came ensnarled to; a dispute be-
iTrbiS irfhr iSTJSi
aWl Lda wlrl r.?n, V
Jon- leaders were fearful a
Srio, tf 1
ltta rvJS ffX &iJ?ir
VStofL -f adjourn-
ing this week.
The house by a vote of 172 to
110. insisted upon its provision in
be given to all future loans by
tne reconstruction , corporation.
Senate conferees, reported to
hare been informed this provi
sion was not acceptable to the
president, insisted upon Its ellm-
o-,. M n.
P1 references in the
iejlate to the possibility of a
. there were IndlcaUon. to-
night the senate representatives
would yield to the house when
the conferences are resumed to-
Weary leaders were hopeful, in
the absence of definite word
from Mr. Hoover that ha wonld
D0t veto the bill even If it went
to him with the publicity clause.
mm sermiltlnr ri Imirnmant
Republican's took no nart in
. . "
th-diBM...TA, viv 7 i, "
.dl8Cn",on'. w.Wch. o"owed a
tuaja wain oi aeveiopmenu on 1
xaeanwniia MnrrM aurvi..
n th iimii.fUTiI
home loan discount bill reached
an agreement but were deadlock
vimiV. j" .r. "1Z1Z
rn.i. T, I . .
cy expansion rider atUched to tt.
Only one minor chance
Utton routes for the various
high schools In the county were
fixed. Br this change the 8Uy -
BchooI lra alloted the terrt-
high schools In the county were
tory east ef the West Stayton
station while the teirltory west
. - "i. . t:
,v""k rua Ul
the Aumsrllle sehooL
The board refused
Rt,Tn maylA t,m v.. ,
i - mmtw v w w avv w v ias ai uciuuu
the North Santlam i.oAi
. . "
1Dt0 Marion territory but
1 w,t . i,
warmaA W U SJB A VAAAA1 M UL LUB
attorney general's office that stn-
dents, who wished to watt to the
?. 1Ine . eonJ4 brought
there by their parents, could
I ..I . . . .
,;of r.?? !?!!:
kT IT- .".v" . .JT US"
ua .w nut w iut tusu.ct in
P''.J bM conUnue
to serve them.
The decisions made yesterday
are all contingent on the valida-
UUU U. U1B Uill KUUV1 IU1UUI
Uw and the levy necessary for
TO DEDICATE DAM
PORTLAND. Ore.. JaW 14
(AP) At least ten members of
I the Portland chamber . of - com -
mm. axnect to attend the Owr -
hee dam dedication 4 i miles
southwest of Ontario. Ore.. Sun -
a. , - a ...
SCO 0 BUS BOU
f Of WdrMenace9 Asserted
, PORTLAND, Ore., Jaly 14
CAPJ Prosperity -wui' remain
Unit arpand Us corner nntn war
menace has been greatly lessen-
- . - - . aw . . .
I 1 This Is the bellel Ot VT. BUney
J. Coon, dean of the school cl
business administration , of the
University of -Washington as ex-
pressea xa - n paper, ww
I controlling business v recovery
read before the Institute of tnter-1
I national reiaaona ai wu.
hera u(jsj.,- ' - v
i Dr. Coo views as -a crushing
- 1 ourueu am . w
of capital going into saeh mnpro-
- lducUve ases as past, present ana
I fn(M,tf T mm Al . ...
.i. - .i
a I J But another rindlrect. result
j which la still more evil .from a
vorw ( wbobu "
- 1 "Until the weak Insolvent
'countries are pat on their feet
..?. ,:- -
t Trie :j .11 ,ifl-,
. n il.
Iii Portland 'at -
i : Annual Meeting
(AP) Oregon editors . and pub-
usnera -,were gainenng mere to-
talght for the formal opening Fri-
day of the annual convention ef
the Oregon State Editorial asso-
"uowins group orwuuu -
morrow the newspapermen will
b welcomed to Portland by Ar-
Ithur L. Fields, president of the
Portland chamber of commerce. I
T' j,?"?"' i,,1lr!ct ,rn1T- 1
"Kepln America1 American.-
Conditions , Justi-
inn rtuUi-rM. iKiiitvTn I
wlU be lh aoestlon discussed
by John ener1 vujiir
rer of tn, California Newspaper
Stewart for Declaration of
Backing; Cannon, Wilson
Want Chiefs Word
WASHINGTON, July 14 (AP)
Prohibition organisation lead-I
ers in a series of meetings; today
sought to flad a common ground
upon which to stand in the years
political campaign. ' ;
The ontstandinr ouestlos to be
settled was whether to throw the
support of their groups to Prest-
oent Hoover, wnose repuoucan
nutform calls for submission of
1 . . , .v.
.U MUCUU1UCUI VW rCyiKV lUV IIUI
. . .... v. a . a
uiwiauioDi, ur wanner iu bvt.i
.......... i '
out oi tne presidential contest, a
UeWoa on the Question was act
"T leaaers gatnerea om-
D08ad the National' Prohobitlon
ot .tratetT. it. meeting a
preUmlnary to assembly of Its
semblv of Its
parent organisation, the National
association of organisations sup -
porting the eighteenth amend-
One group, in which Dr.: Oliver
W. Stewart, president of the fly
ing squadron foundation was pro
minent, favored an immediate de
claration for the reelection of
President Hoover, confident he
had not changed his attitude
A second group which included
Bishop James Cannon. Jr.. and
Dr- Clarence True Wilson, who
Dr- Clarence True Wilson, who
1 "present the Methodist churches,
ltb north, on the board ef
trategy. wanted to await a per-
I oal declaration from the
dint wnr irttnii k t)i iui.ni
I . j. w
WASHINOTON July 14 (AP)
TA ,rle f alnd-changlng sets
cons-ressionai ana pouce an-
uonuei (onixnt resuitea in
eomnaav or mannea belnr ola-
patched to keep order on the tap!-
tol grounds where ; hundreds of
bonus-seeking veUrans trudged
back ana zona, oat in tne ena me
ex-eoldlers wera left aa before.
The marines were withdrawn
almost . immediately, and their
I presence was called: a misunder
standing. Vice-President Cartls.
Speaker Caraer. Rear. Admiral
I Henry V. BuUer. eammandant of
1 the local navy yard, and Police
1 Superintendent Giassrora men.
I conrerrea at lenxxa.;
1 was that Glassford, ordered tne
capitoi grouaes ciearea.
. , ,t. . ,
by eaergixlag eapIUl from those
who have It, the former wui be
sources of ocoaomie. aodal aad
BAlltlcal laf action. Bat aolvent
peoples cannot, continue to lend
unless they have omoi fuaran-
tee of tha'repaymenta of the
loans and there is 90 such guar-
antee without political aeeartty."
Painless killing of mental do-
feetlves and birth 'control came
ia for extended dieensalon at a
round table eenference on "food
and population problems.- . .
Dr. N. IL; Cornish, of. Oregon
SUte college, leader of tho die-
easslon. said birth control prae-
tlces were spreading rapidly aad
secured "many experts think Ja-
saa to going to solra her over-
population problem- by birth
eontroLIn-this way birth eon-
trol wUI be a means' of prevent-
iB. -vara. i
The lssUtute will ' close to-'
morrow - -A - - X.
D1S DIVIDED UPOII
TO 6UARD C1PIT0L
Signs Compaxiion j
''--Somewhere Near - m
SllTYlYOr 11 . iJclieTCtZ !
One of Pair 1 .Goxns
. To! Honduras
MEXICO CITY. July 14 (APT
An American, believed to be a
survivor of the American plan
olloted bv Clarence McElrov. ate-
darwille. Ind.. which has bwea
missing since June 17 was found
mile, east of San Geronlmo hu
todsy, a dispatch from therasaieV
.i...i.v ..m k. . '
too weak to talk but he saaaa I
aigns he was the victim 1 1'
airplane crash and that th ota-H'
er victims would, be found deep
er in the Jungle.
The man appeared to be star--
ing, the Iadan reported. Aa x-
peditlon wai sent out from 0r
onlmo and found one dead aaaa, -
the dispatch said, but it was as
able to determine whether the
survivor was MeElroy or his com
panion Roy Gordon, an Amerieaa
of Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
MeElroy was taking the mlaae
to Honduras for delivery...
LEWISTON, Idaho, July
(AP) B. 8. Davis, former Al
hambra, California flying broker,
turned np in Lewis ton toaigkt.
surprlsedhat military and other
planes the length of the coast had
been seeking him more thaa tws
days. He arrived here Tuesday
I the night he left Reno.
uavts toot orr from Reno, Nv.
with his secretary, Miss Opal
Simpson, ue was not , reported
fter he flew over Ferrnley. IS
I miles . northeast of Reno aad
tears vwt expresses, ne nao ei
countered storm, and crashed.
rears were expressed he had ea-
l tt aa u,.n,i .nTO.
I wvwwu.a. BkW.Wia, WW
I .Tntaln ' Vn mnA . V a m .u .
w.n . . . . .
inuiag. in loano. ne ae-
dded' to visit his mother. Mrs.
I Zoe L. Shaw, in this city. He waa
' uv uim cwug. w fan
"d caused concern and exp
U surprise that the deparU
of commerce weather burea
I of commerce weather burea a at
I Mountain Home, Idaho, where ha
1 landed after dodging the storm,.
&d not notified Reno.
ALU1I TAKING i.
SIID SIS DL1
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore Jaly 't
contractor and president of tk-e
JTV . . Oa. a Arm n a
Y."J , .jr
iciauoB naa taken no stand oa
i r.m.UrPh.r.n. ..IiaaI mmjr
Dunn's attention had oeea- .
called to a statement attributed
to the Zorn-McPherson group
saying the State College alumni;
were behind the movement te
the end of the road."
If they -speak of us as aa t-ganlxatlon,-
they . are absolotery
wrong." he said. "Of coarse.
alumni. Individually, may feel
0ne way or the other about this
haatter bat oar group baa aver
acted la any way and I am
ti,.r. .h.ih.r tt .r l
I 'xtr. ... v... nii.. mt
onr hoard next month and la- I
matter may be taken ap at taat.'
time. If It is and we take eom . '
action we will make a pa.Iie i
.uument at that Ume."
Too 111 for Trip
, . ..... . ....
LOS ANGELES, July 14 I
(AP) Reported too Ul to bo re- ' J
here. Aimee Sen. pie MePhi
Huttoa lay today ia eomilet ae
eluslon at her Moorish castle at
Lake Klsiaore. .- L ' "
Her yhyslelaa. Dr. lEdwer
Huatlngtoa .Williams. wha eav
preseed alarm last night
! JTl'lr a Tl.
wli fJ J
I litle. troubles. aald She S&OwW
hat iJbJ- : i
to. Taring lt hero by ambalaaca. ;
. . . -
CoUniTV. SnSrB ' -
uu"lf Vi? ajr Z
Of FlindS SluUD
. ' f
Mrioa - county . TtrJ!L ? 1
J.i "" :ZL,rw ;
UM' ??fiffZ '
of SUte How la the !tjiuar-
ter-der the state 9o- ;
of the money Uerted goe to
the county where the vehicle U
operated and temper cent sUya
with the .JLrin5"tyi;
share was the second Urges ra. ;
the sUte.' running 4I0 ed
of the allotment to Lane eowatyT