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. WEATHER -Fair
today, frost this
atoning; Wednesday be
coming cloudy; Max. Temp. .
Monday 69, Min, 4. river
-2.4 feet, rain .48 Inch,
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Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 18, 1932
iUl V L ' UlldB, Jisr tru U L rSol U U If U U U l
Stills Bubble Merrily Right in
This County; Officers Know It
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Favor Deeding Property to
Corporation in Charge
Folica Given Clean Bill of
Health After Gambling
r Case Investigated:
: Ta elty coancU last night mri
atty aclonement by Tuolntion
to tho proposal of tbo lndnBtrlal
eommltteo of tb Salem enamoer
ot commerco calling for tn derei-
opment of terminal dock hero for
us of rirer navigation.
Tho eoancll'a resolution aet that
jroup on record as favoring the
temporary deeding of city water
front ' property from Court to
Chemeketa streets to a non-profit
corporation organiied to construct
and manage tho dock. This cor
poration, the resolution. set forth,
Is to attempt to secure Hecon
structlon -P i n a n c e; corporation
funds to build the new terminal.
Security behind the, loan is to be
tbe terminal structure and the
lease or leases made by the non
profit corporation with users of
The resolution sets forth that
the deed of the property by the
city shall only be temporary and
that as soon as organization is
finished and the loan secured, the
property, subject to the mortgage
on the building and land, shall be
City Will Assume
The resolution sets forth that
the city shall in no way be indebt
ed for the building. In addition to
the river front, the west half of
Water street, between Court and
Chemeketa, is to be vacated and
Included in the deed.
An ordinance which would ac
complish the necessary steps to
carry- out the resolution was in
troduced on first reading and re
ferred to committee.
A report by Henry Vandevort
on alleged laxity of police en
forcement measure'r 'tt the 'state
fair gave a clean bill "of health
to the local officers. Investigation
showed, the report stated, that
the complaint lodged against the
nnlim for failure to arrest, was
unfounded. The complaining party Decision on requested writs ot
was unable to designate the man mandamus to compel city and
be sought to have arrested when county election officials to put
officers went with the complain- tne water repeal proposal on the
ant to the state fair. November 8 ballot was still "in
A nnmber of ordinances to as- the bosom of the court" here last
sess certain street Improvements j night. Judge L. H. McMahan be-
to adjacent property were Intro- rore whom the matter was arguea
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These photos look suspicious, Indicating that moonshine dlstilleriee
are operating on large scale proportions. But they're merely pep
permint stills in Marion county, Oregon. Peppermint, when grow-
in e, looks like hay. It is placed in vats as those shown above. Steam
passes through the huge "coil," carrying peppermint oil which
condenses and flows into containers. The lower photo shows one
vat being distilled and the other loaded with the hay-like sub
W REPEAL IS
McMahan Studying Briefs,
May Hand Down Ruling
1SS MEETING TO
IN STATE FAIR
ATHENS, Greece, Oct. 17
(AP) Samuel Insull. wanted in
Chicago on charges of grand lar
ceny, and embezzlement in con
nection with the downfall of his
ntilitlea Interests, called newsna-
More Than $15,000 ThOUgh Pr correspondents together to-
i J ava aaa w auvua a am
Receipts much ueiow
Last Year Total
MAY CHUG, BUT
USE IS UMITED
Ban on Student Cars -Lifted
To be Enforced
State Sought to Assume old
Debt, Declares AHo!t at
Meeting of Board .
been warned ef a plot by Chicago
authorities to kidnap him.
The warning, he said, came to
him In a telegram. He declared
I he considered the entire affair 1(0 Submits Proposal That
no r-ees oe tsoosiea, no
Attempt to Cut
To Mean Strike
plained he could not afford to
Ignore it In his present situation.
At the American legation the
kidnap story, was characterised
as absurd, and assurances were
PORTLAND. Oct 17-(AP) I riven the United States would
The Oregon state fair made a net take no- improper action In deal-
profit of more than ilt.OOO this in with the Insull case.
year, despite the fact that gross 1 Greek authorities, saying they
receipts were SB per cent less than were confident American officials
in 1931, It was revealed In final would not stoop to gangster me- state board of higher education
figures submitted to tne state thods, affirmed that Insull would decided at its meeting here today.
KAAvif Af arvUnltnrA mi A mmmtinr I 1it. ..11 n.nfa.tfn. I iitui. t m a i i
The Chicagoan told the Athens year students were forbidden to Jffff; J . 1B5fB.g. .7.77-! .SI!
uar Gehlhar. director of the de- PoUce of the plot warning. Subse- drive automobiles on the cam- ru ".v ... 1
partment, reported that receipts qnently he consulted with Ar- pus within the college towns ex- rSStf- Th-T rVniLt!on bead,
totaled $41.6878. and disburse- thur Page, a London solicitor eept by special permission. Two -Whetn in at set against It'
u - . Ait mm i..ittAiii. i woo um k nun in hire i.nrm- I .tnAni. jir v n Am i
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the cost of the free rodeo. After toe Ladas, Greek attorney. In were expelled from Oregon unl-
PORTLAND. . Ore., Oct. 17
(AP) Student-owned and stu
dent-operated automobiles will
; once more be permitted to travel
i on the campuses of Oregon's in
stitutions of higher learning, the
PORTLAND. Oct. 17. ( AP)
A prediction that It the railroads
Insist en e 20 per cent reduction
" I n baste wages a strike will re
sult was maae ay . J- atanion,
of St. Louis, president of tbe
Order ot Railroad Telegraphers.
In an Interview here today.
"It the railroads insist on try
ing to make the employes take a
20 per cent reduction in basic
CIVIL SERVICE FOR
a few unpaid bills and operating handling his case.
expenses for the . remainder ot
the year are deducted, the fair
books will lull show a balance or
$15,719.81, Gehlhar said.
Reduced expenditures were re
sponsible for the profit, the di
rector told the board. A new
method of ticket sales and super
vision resulted, for instance. In
a reduction of expense from
$3271.58 to $687.25.
Plan for Bigger '
Exposition In 1083
"The first problem of the
board," J. O. Holt, of Eugene,
board chairman, said, "was to pay
all old obligations and to put the
fair on a cash basis. Starting in
versity for driving their cars on
the campus without permits
though both were later reinstate
ed upon payment ot a re-reglstra
tlon fee. -
. The board's decision today lifts
the ban, though certain restric
tions will be enforced, the board
announced, against the Indiscrim
inate use of automobiles by stu
dents. KabivA Kv fnrmel ve&aviTi-
Legion Post Acts; General tion, accepted the resignation tt
Dr. Arnold Bennett Hall as pre
sident of Oregon university, ex
pressing its appreciation for his
Meeting for all Vets
Set November 7
Frost Here This Morning;
Crater Lake, Cascades
Qet Snow Blanket
Today was expected to be clear
the red, it looked difficult, but partment as well as for the fire
now plans are going forward for mcn wbo are now employed under
a bigger and better fair In 1933., that system, was voted by Capital
"We are more than pleased In I Post No. 9, American Legion, at
being able to end the first year its meeting Monday night follow-
Endorsement of the principle of
civil service for Salem's police de- east
Announcement was made that
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X:B nd cold in Salem, in contrast to
aasaaa w o4 ssa a id u w uciu aa-a u
rector of a foundation in the
no one will be appointed for pres
ent to succeed Dr. Hall or Dr. W.
J. Kerr, formerly president of
Oregon State college and now
this board has had full control ing a talk on the subject by Ser- chancellor of higher education In
geant James "Jack" Cutler of the Oregon. Dr. Kerr as chancellor
local police. will direct the administrations of
A portion of the time at Mon- both schools for the present.
day night s meeting was given Dr. Kerr recommended to the
recent balmy rains, with froet
forecast for this morning. How
ever, a resumption of cloudy wea
ther is slated for tomorrow It the
forecaster hasn't missed his aim
Qualified Voter Lltt
Here Bigger TK&n
- Ever in Pat .
Both Partie Acquire
More Adherent in
State at Large
Marion county haS the largest
number ef registered voters In its
history when registration closed
October 8, U. O. Boyer, eeaBty
clerk, announced late yesterday
arter compilations on all parties
had been reached in ten days in
tensive work since listing or vot
ers closed. ' .
The total registration of all
parties is 30,840 compared to 2.
537 two years ago before the gen
eral elections and with 87,233 is
1928 at the geaeraValectlon.
Tbe total republican registra
tion In the county this year is 21.
812 compared to a total demo
cratic registration of 8203. Re
publican registration increased
3158 and democratic registration
Increased 28 88.
A summary of registration
Reps. 1032 Demos. 1033
Salem, men ..5107 1850
women ....5113 lCft2
County, men .8621 2848
women . . . .4971 1911
of the fair with a substantial cash
balance instead of having to ask
the legislature for an appropria
tion to pay a deficit.
"It does seem to the board that
the fair ought not to be further
MEDFORD. Ore., Oct. 17
(AP) Crater Lake National park
experienced Its first snow ot the
season today, Ernest Rostel. act
ing meteorologist at the park,
said in a telephone message re-
Total 21.812 8203
A summary of general election
registration for 1930 showed:
Reps. 1030 Demos. 1030
Salem, men . .4492
County, men .5703
women . . . .4118
over to Inspection of discharge pa- board
pers of members seeking to renew I policy;
no Increase In student
was from five to six Inches deep.
duced at the session.
RITCHIE AND ALLEN
DEBATE VOTE ISSUE
Thursday said late Monday he
had been unable due to press of
work and the large task Involved,
to make a decision.
Judge McMahan indicated his
decision might be forthcoming
today. "It Involves as much
work as both lawyers did to de
termine the issues, "the judge
Counsel for the petitioners for
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Governor Albert C. Ritchie, of ArreSteCl FtlOSe
Maryland, and former Governor
Henry J. Allen, of Kansas, dis
missed the renubllcan and demo-
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cratlc presidential camPaiSu 0MAHA. Neb.. Oct, 17 (AP)
sues in a lively political aeDaie ar-j Tom Crawfordformer police
ranged ny isonnwesieiu """"' sergeant, the government's chief
Who Didn't Pay
In Thome hall on
witness in the liouid conspiracy
cKinlocK trial of Tom Dennteon. veteran oo-
h.n4ii.ann in th. fntnr ti thi their memberships, and those of I fees: no request for additional
Part Of Prnnram to BrinO n.600 piced on the fair by a h,U"' "eking to enroll for tte appropriations from the leglsla
ran 01 rrogrdm lO crmy I Jor admlnlltratlon. In UMe first time. Because ef claims that ture; adjusting budgets on a
timH ft la hard annnrh to tist 1 "s'wu acccpieu uieuiuvia i uo ui uicuuio ktuiidiv iroul
Bratine atmd.h and a fair li "l Qualified by wartime service, present legislation.
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fortunate if it does that. It some v""
way can be found to relieve this 'e" t
A ts- tr will ! a n neii meeting, wovemoer 7,
better opportunity to function a W1" " 8 lor "
an educational institution." s6rT,c? men- whether legionnaires
Other board members present r, no1' na fK111 program is
were Fred H. Cockell, Milwaukee; De, 11 . f nouDCa-
iiou ukiukt ui ;euers, uir
Pressure -for Hearing
Of Mooney's Case
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17
(AP) Plans for a public meeting
at which Paul M. Callicote, Port
land, Ore., mountaineer, will re-
CASCADE SUMMIT, Ore., Oct.
17 (AP) Snow covered Cas
cade Summit today, after falling
all day Snnday. A heavy rain pre
ceded it Saturday night. It was
the first snow storm of the season
for Cascade Summit, where the
first light snow usually falls in
v. 7:: M. O. Ounderson, Silverton; Mac tr,reu "e,neJ OI woerg.
peat his expressed belief he inno- p..,,!-. w ieh.rda tr,ct commander, was present,
cently placed the 1916 San Fran- ?e' 01h -S' i nestld announced appointment of Th
III I N
The Dalles; Martin Rostvold,
I Woodhurn, and Morton Tompkins,
MORE STOCK SHOW
as B. Hill as county drum corps
chairman, and Waldo Mills as
county relief and unemployment
Commander Allan Carson, Past
Cntntnanrier Trl fl VfShsm mnA
Adjutant William Bliven were " a mmam " P"""J npewcu i snow was railing on me Aictwen-
NEW YORK, Oct. 17 (AP)
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt to- morning
night stepped out of the silent were freshly covered with snow
, role traditionally played by the
wives of presidential candidates EUGENE. Ore.. Oct. 17 (AP)
named as Capital post's delegates democratic rally in Rlverdale. on ,!e Pas9 today, and was expected this year as compared wit
to the county council which is the northern outskirts of New to measure six inches. Forest of- 0.813 four years ago. The dem-
clsco Preparedness day bomb were
announced here today by the Tom
Mooney moulders defense committee.
The announcement said the civ
ic auditorium had been secured
for the meeting, set for the night
of November 6. and that Call!
cotte would return from Portland
to be present. The meeting, the
defense committee statement said,
is sponsored by 28 labor and fra
The purpose of the meeting,1
V n .f . nr.. "will k. v
l.;,r . ' r.rr; :Z-r - (API With a fine display of ap- mention the national ticket.
v I nralsine sbilltv. 4-H club bon Lirht Mrs. Roosevelt predicted that
i,fn pvrnnr and girls from six states and n v. PTrhnrfUnn mmhiin In the next few years people are
i. Din. ti Britlsn COlUmDia engaged in a chairman. nnriTi.i1 tntrnV eumB VJ srei hi mv
u.pu, I . . , ...i.. -v .1-1 . . ' .. t tAntlnn Vnw mnnAV I. .int ,
Cyrus B. King, attorney for J"0"1? cmPmua i""u" luc nip committee meeting for tie ZZ-"ZT. JL," " f.T. V iCT"Ii
Mooney. now serving a life ,en- fPotlight at the Pac fiCt Interna- evening ot Friday. Oetolw it. .t
the public welfare.
Ton can economize two ways.
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore.. Oct.
17 (AP) The mercury dropped
to 28 degrees here last night, to
bring the first warning of winter
to the Klamath basin. A thick
frost whitened the basin area this
Other Parties are
Not Strong Here
Marlon county does not take its
other parties seriously, the regis
tration figures showed. Only 83
voters registered as members of
the prohibition party and 92 as
socialists. The progressive aartv
registered 21 members.
Twelve counties reporting their
registrations for the November
election at the state depart ate at
Monday showed democratic galas.
while In all but two of these ceaa-
tles the republicans showed in
creases over their registrations
four years ago.
The democratic gain in regis
trations in the 12 counties was
10.982, while the republican in
crease was 9635.
The total republican registra
tion for these 12 eountles was
now beinr formed iora. iicials also reported snow in the
O. D. Adams. Americanization bIie Pok behalf of Lieu- Willamette Pa?s section today.
chairman, was asked to take up tenant OTernor Herbert H. Leh-
wltll hill nsu man an it). who I w " l uumuS lu juhoti
have been lax In the matter, the h husband governor of the
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 17 pomt that the American flag eUt of York. She did not
ASK IUENZOLLE N
RULE BE RESTORED
ocratlc registration in these coun
ties increased from 32.711 in
1928 to 42,709 this year.
Total registrations in these 12
counties for the years 1928 and
campus, dedication of which was mical leader, and 58 others, tes-
the occasion for the forum, the titled today that as confidential
Jrtarylander declared that the tra- secretary of Dennisou he raided
dltlonal policies of the democratic bootleggers that failed "to pay
nartv were "what the country cf f."
neffl at this time.
Allen, director of publicity for
tbe renublican. national commit
tee, replied that the fundamental
Issue of the campaign was wnem-
WRECK KILL8 20
TIMISOARA, Rumania, Oct. 17
-(AP) Twenty persons were
killed and 17 injured when a lor
er the country should risk failure 1 cal passenger train was derailed
ot three years endeavors to re- I today between this town and Jim-
fence for the bombing, said last tional livestock exposition . here
. fA,m.i rannA.t tnr- r- today with the rodeo brought this
t,. n.To.K., nnin). i year as a new feature to the
nardnn nnlii!ittnn mie-hf ha f!1t 1 ShOW.
this week. He said he intended Forty-four teams of 4-H club
in tftnrh uh ftthar ttor. boys and girls from Oregon,
neys in the case before taking def
inite action, however.
ROME, Oct. 17 (AP) Again
today Premier Mussolini empha-
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LOSES LIFE TRIG
TO SAVE MOTHER
store economic life by embarking
on an unchartered course with
an inexnerienced pilot. ,
The debate, heard by an audi
ence which included representa
tives of many colleges, was broad
cast over a national radio net
Ritchie, the first speaker.
stressed the tariff, prohibition,
and economy issues in attacking
the republican administration and
nlatform. Allen assailed the see
rd of Roosevelt during his three
years as governor of New York as
failing to offer proor 01 nis qual
ifications for the presidency.
bolja on the Jugoslavian border.
Washington, Montana, Idaho,
Utah and Nevada were In the
Judging contest. The Multnomah
eounty, Oregon, team took first
honors.- Other places awarded
Minidoka county, Idaho, second;
King ; county. Wash., third:
sized his dissatisfaction with the I Adams county, Utah, fourth Wa-1 attempt to save that ot a fellow
peace Treaties arawn up- ai vno
conclusion ot the World war.
BERLIN. Oct. 17 (AP) A
clarion call for the restoration ot Wallowa
the Hohenzollerns was sounded Washington
you'know." she said, "wisely and tonfrht at a "resurrection" meet- Wheeler
unwisely. The man who is going infr 0r the league of the upright, Yamhill
10 ao it must nave a viewpoint which convened for its first ses
a. t l Mea I
wnicn wui maae nis economies .ion ainee it was snnressed a
helpful, not detrimental, to the decade ago after Foreign Minister
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct, 17
(AP) Oscar Ertckson ot Port
land lost his life today In a herole
Ten Per Cent of
Dock Accident is Fatal
, Knife Cut Causes Death
Manslaughter is Charge
Dismantled Rifle Kills
shoe. county, Nev fifth; British I worker on the bridge under con
Columbia, sixth. . I structlon over the Clackamas riv-
The Idaho atate team won first er on the new Portland-Oregon
place with 4291 points In the In- J city highway.
ter-collegiate livestock Judging I Andrew Anderson of Portland,
competition today. Washington who with Erickson was removing
was second was 4240 points; Wy-1 ta emergency walk under the
NEW YORK, Oct. 17 (AP)
The state temporary emergency
relief administration estimated to
day that at least ten per cent ef
New York state's population
would be dependent on public er I ye can do nothing.'
private agencies this winter and I A capacity house
Walter Rathenau had been mur-
The only Hohenzollern repre
sentatives present were the young
princes Oscar and Burchard, sons
of the kaiser's fifth son, Oscar,
who was absent because ot ill
The former crown prince sent I Saturday night.
his greetings, as did tbe ex-kaiser
who, in a message from Doom,
cited Christ's saying "without me
Total 133.09T 114,303
Twenty-one of the 36 counties
in Oregon have reported their reg
istrations to the state department.
Other counties were expected to
report later this week, with the
result that the totals for the state
probably will be announced by
GUT PARK NOMINEE
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Oct.
17 (AP) Guy B. Park. 60-year
oming third, 4117; Oregon fourth, bridge super structure, was sUnd- that $10,000,000 a month should I chlsts gave three -hocks" for the old Clrcnlt Judge ef Platte City,
4080; Montana fifth, 4077.
By Mexico Police
LUMBER CARRIER HIT
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 17
(AP) Emil Nelson, 58, of Port
land died in a hospital here today
from injuries suffered when he
was knocked from a Llnnton,
Ore., dock by a lumber carrier.
Nelson was superintendent or
the International Stevedoring
company. .. .
EUGENE. Ore- Oct. 17 (AP)
Hiram N. Nirider, 68, of Junc-
rltw mi!it Hma thta
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 17 (AP) . ka vitn f Ilia
Police authorities announced J rnmnmr riarenee v. Simon
today they had frustrated plena nlA jjirtde, n4 0id to death, he
for a wideapreaa religious ieo expressed belief that death was
lion in tne siate oi jauaco oj i accidental. -
lnr a house at Guadalajara. I vha. At eiotb lvinr on the
i The police seized the house aft-1 hqqt Indicated Nirder , had st
ar a tight lasting an nour in wnicn i tempted toj bandage 'his foot,
two ot the alleged plotters were I WniCh sDDarently had heeneut
- Jtllled. Several others escaped. I with a butcher knife, the coroner
... a M S " .
The authorities said iney lonnu i .-m Klrider lived alone.
a large quantity of rifles, pistols, I . ,
ammunition. dvnamlte bonxBS. I lUT-ntw VASts sujjvao;
field equipment, printing press I PORTLAND, Ore Oct, 17
hnd eonsiderable nrlnted matter I (AP) Henry - Weckert, ' 38. of
Urging the rebellion. . :. Portland,.was arresteo nera loaay.
Catholic church officials aa- I on a charge or invoiuiary man
knonUhed their communicants not t slaughter after surrendering him
to .participate In any, uprising I sell; to The sheriffs etflce, deputy
sheriffs said; and admitting he
was the driver ot the car Involved
In a head-on collision with anoth
er machine Sunday that resulted
in fatal injuries to Catherine 8.
Collins, 19, ot Portland; serious
injuries to her mother, Mrs. Clin
ton S. Collins, and lesser injuries
to two others
Deputy sheriffs placed a fur-
RIO DE JANEUIO. Oct. 17 married.
(AP) Dispatches from rare,
ing In the water and holding to a
rope as he worked. Suddenly he
lost his looting and his hold en
the rope, and was carried down-
i stream by tbe swift curren.
Erickson dived after his part
ner, and was in turn eaught by
the current, swollen with recent
rains. Both men were drowned.
The bodies ot the two were re
moved some time later by Oregon
City firemen. Both men
be spent for public relief.
Gandhi Suffers Stroke is
Word by Gi apevine Route
today was nominated unanlmeae-
ly for governor by the democratic
state committee to replace his old
friend and fellow townsman, the
late Francis M. Wilson, as head
of the state ticket.
they said they found a quantity
between Pern and Colombia, and
leaded 140 soldiers. Four hund
red other soldiers were expected
on other ships.
pernnan ooais ; carrying
Ot Own Shotgun
While in Woods
LONDON, Oct. 17 (AP) The
Dally Herald tonight quoted
were I "close personal friends' of the
Mabatma Gandhi as asserting the
frail nationalist leader ot India
had suffered a paralytic stroke
In Yeroda Jail at Poona, Bom
hay. These friends, who were In
London, said the Mabatma was
stricken soon after he had ended
his recent Mfast unto death In
SHELL LEFT IN IT
PORTLAND. Ore- Oct. 17.
(AP) Bert Whalen, 17, ef Port-1 The dispatches .also self two ) PORT ANGELES, Wash, Oct. the Interest ot Indian unity, and
land waa fataiiv wounded todav I Peruvian . boats i carrying food 1 17 (API The body ef Fiord I this was why the government had
when a bullet was discharged supplies toward the . Putumayo j Andre, 27, former University et I suddenly stopped visitors at Yer
frm a dismantled nn and nene-1 territory had been permitted pass-1 Washington student missing I oda jail. i.
t rated his right side. I age through Brazilian channels. I since he started hunting Friday, I The paper added that through-
whtira aii taven th rifle I ' l was found in the woods west lent the fast, doctors had been
n.rt n a u oarrvinr it in two I "L Peruvian citizens wrested the I of here lata today with a shotgun I worried for fear Gandhi would
pieces. Police said "witnesses told) Amazon river river port city ef (wound through his neck.''" ' Ibe stricken with paralysis, since
them the vouth drotDed the gun I Leticla from its Colombian of- Officers, who had been search- he had suffered a slight stroke
harrai. it atui ontained a cart-1 fldals on July 1. and an argument lnr for.' Andre since - last week, I two years ago.
ridge which exploded when the I has "been going on since. Leticla I said apparently . Andre bad been I The newspaper's Informants,
piece hit the ground. Whalen died j was deeded to "Colombia by Peru J carrying his shotgun by the ear- who ; were unnamed, said they
in an ambulance an the war to a I under the boundary treaty- of I relr stumbled and .the. weapon I had obtained the news ef . Mr.
hospital.- v . r.r 1 1922.: The -Talue et the port -Mee j was accidentally discharged. I Gandhi's," illness , through eonfl
r vtm. im nr-eii hv yu mother .1 in the fact that It stves Colombia I , Hls father and twe brothers, I dential channels Improvised re-
Mrs.- Julia 'Whalen, a sister and 1 an ontlet to the Atlantic from the I of .Tacoma,1 were aiding in the eeatly in order that the elrll dls-
two brotners. au or foruana. - , i interior. -- .,. .- inmg wuu iui.iu5ww'
have reliable news despite cen
sorship in India.
The Mahatma Gandhi began
his fast on September 20 and ab-
DE3 MOINES, Ia Oct, IT
(AP) Cliff White. 135 pound
I ii.. a . a Ja js. -
stained from all food fer six -'"uu. uclf"rw
days until September 26 when f "UCH: rPn f
the British government announe- Pfe boxer, in mixed bout tonight.
ed It would recommend to par-1 rouna. ,
liament acceptances a eompro- m0mm , mm - .
tions reached by Hindu leaders Maxie Rosenbloom. : recognised
aunng ui past. I 7 . : v . . .1 .
Mr. Gandhi announced this sat- Jw xawapwn oi u wn,
lstled him. He had opposed the Pounded eat an easy decision ever
separate electorates planned by Tiger Jack Fox et Terra Haute, ?
the British cabinet for the Hln- InL, negro. In a tea round bout
ana. n'aelartnr that the -reatrte. here tonight, .-V .
tloas imposed on . the ' untouch-1 ' ' . '
ables would make permanent the ' CAMDEN, N. j., Oct. 17
gulf between them and the caste (AP) Fred Gmmhlar." Iowa
Hindus. - . - . wrestler, was removed (a a aospt-
Gandhl became very weak be- tal tonight, suffering from back
fore the compromise was finally injuries,-after a .boat in whk
reached . and his doctors'enly a Ernie Dnack ot Owaha hurled hint
day before th faaU ended said to the mat after minutes and
they would fear for his life If he 20 seconds of grappling. At the.
abstained from food for 24 hours hospital it was said Grumbler may
longer.;"--' ' j lhave received a tract urti rlh.