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..FTH1E MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, AUG

UJST 5, 1

Austria Mourns Dead Chancellor Dollfuss; Killer Is Hanged

Airplanes Losing Fascination-
So Pilots Tour For The Sights

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-associated Press Photo
A sad Austria, torn by civil strife, paid tribute to its chancellor, Engelbert Dollfuss, who was slain during the Austrian Nazi putsch in Vienna.
The above picture (left), shows the procession accompanying the state hearse carrying his body to the city hall to lie in state. Otto Planetta,
Austrian Nazi and confessed slayer of Dollfuss, is shown in the other picture as he was led to his cell in Vienna between two guards shortly before
he and another conspirator were hanged following trials growing out of the assassination.

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Federal Crime

Dollfuss Death Seen Rousing
World Insistence On Peace

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?SON Roosevelt far away in the Pacific -
Writer) wrote their horror of the deed into
4.-(')- messages of condolence.J
dead, mean They wrote more than that. Both
han he in phrasing and in the quick, perhaps
iow provided concerted, timing of their communi-
ce as 20 years cations, they wrote large the 20-year-
ided the first old lesson of Sarajevo, the dread of all
lives by the peoples that another world conflict,
est it. So in- more terrible, might be brewing.
rid revulsion "Hands Off Austria"
of the little In 1914, diplomats and statesmen
ecital of the failed tragically in their effort to beat
inner of his out the war flame or even to limit
emed to be- its spread. That lesson, learned at
which leaders dear cost, apparently moved Paris,
London, Rome, The Vatican, heads of
ty, the heads states everywhere, to waste not a
en President moment. At all costs, they seemed
to say, the wounds that bled Dollfuss
dead must not be allowed to bleed
iino civilization itself to death.
Did Mussolini, perhaps, in that re-
Oh ported fury of international tele-
j phoning, set the stage for this new
peace technique? Or was it an un-
oonst prompted concert of action in a mo-
ment of world peril? The latter
seemed to be the case as message after
atosphere message was made public in the strik-
ing series of "condolences" that rep-
rnmander resented so much more than mere in-
In China ternational courtesy.
It makes little difference. The
(P) - T. G. universal message seemed to be
mmander, U. "Hands off Austria." It meant that
xpert of that whatever conflict ensued must and
he calls "lots would be localized; that the tragedy
hein Chieset of 1914 must not be repeated.
Peace Demanded
C. Fordney To what extent did this actually
cended 61,237 serve to still the feared storm of Pan-
tury of Prog- German agitation? What may be
st November, the ultimate product of Austria's in-
it water urge ternal turmoil around which cluster
n sea duty. such ominous forebodings for the
ight - him to world? These are questions historians
the U. S. S. will decide. For the moment, how-
osquito fleet" ever, what seems most significant is
n interests on that there has arisen above the noise
the Yangtze of lesser internal and international
conflicts a common world demand
he said on that world peace be respected.
had been 10 Had any such world psycholoyg ex-
on a ship and isted in 1914, the World war might
tting aboard never have been. Yet it took just
such a background as the assassina-
lifferent from tion of Dollfuss to give opportunity
air craft. but for it to find vent.

-Unit Will Rival
Scotland Yard
Expert Detection Methods
Enlisted To Aid Justice
DepartmentOperations
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. - (P) -
The department of justice is creating
a laboratory for scientific crime de-
tection that will surpass Scotland
Yard's.
To translate clews into evidence in
the national war on evil-doing, it will
have specially designed microscopes,
precision instruments, violet ray de-
vices, fluoroscopic machines and many
other aids to the modern sleuth, of-
ficials disclosed today.
The division established its first
laboratory in 1932. The new one will
contain equipment far superior.
Calling the department of justice
the American Scotland Yard is an
understatement from some stand-
points. For example, the department
has on file 4,400,000 fingerprint rec-
ord cards as against only 500,000 at
Scotland Yard and about 1,500,000 at
the Paris Surete. Scotland Yard, of
course, confines its work largely to the
London metropolitan area, and does
not cover the nation.
Sorting over 4,400,000 record cards
would be a herculean job if it were
not for the fact that prints can be
divided and subdivided according to
characteristics. A new system, ap-
plied only to 22,000 cards thus far,
picks out the desired ones automati-
cally.
Invisible writing is old stuff to the
laboratory experts. A'violet ray ma-
chine brings out the hidden imprint
of acid.
A special microscope compares mi-
nute markings made on bullets when
projected through a gun's barrel.
The apprehensions of a high of-
ficial who received some time ago a
suspicious package through the mail
were allayed by the fluoroscope. It
showed the parcel contained a gift
gavel, not a bomb.
CONNECTED, HUH, SEPARATED!
An ocean once connected central
Asia via Persia and Asia Minor with
the Alpine area of Europe.

-take the family
to the hut for dinner
today...

a few specials
roast stuffed turkey dinner 65c
fried spring chicken dinner 65c
sizzling sirloin steak dinner 65c
sizzling t-bone steak dinner7OC

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Two and Three Pairs for Fall Wear

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