Twin Falls Daily News, January 20, 1935

Twin Falls Daily News

January 20, 1935

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Twin Falls Daily News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1935, Twin Falls, Idaho City Edition ASSOCIATED PRESS WIN FALLS DAILY NEW TODAY Fair and Cold UCABCO WXRB intMBKB or ASSOCIATED PBC8S TO RELJIE Carpenters Sudden Ladders and Letters Crux of States Case Against Kidnap Slayer Suspect By The Associated Press 19 letters and lucre became tonight the crux of the states case against Bruno Richard The thus far ex cluded as evidence but prom ised as an exhibit before the trial is is that on which the state contends the kid naper of the Lindbergh baby des cended with the the state will attempt to made The letters are the series of ran som Experts have testi fied that Hauptmann wrote The lucre represents the sudden wealth the state Hauot mann displayed shortly after a ransom was paid to a mys terious John by John Con acting for Charles Lind Condon and Lindbergh say that John is Studies Brokerage Accounts The prisoner sat tonight in his lUways under the eyes of and studied photostatlc copies of his brokerage the accounts by which the state hopes to prove that Hauptmann came into possession of his unex plained wealth immediately after the ransom was Defense attorneys had planned to study the accounts but in stead of going to Trenton where the accounts are being Chief De fense Counsel Edward Reilly ob tained copies of the accounts and sent them to The prisoner is expected to famil iarize himself with every phase of his transactions and thus be pre pared to advise his counsel when the state begins presentation of this State Questions Income The state will submit to the jury of eight men and four women that a carpenter with few jobs to keep him Aiccupled in depression managed to have an income of time of payment of the April and the date of his September 19 As it progresses through the de vious business of revealing Haupt manns brokerage transactions and showing the amount of his bank ac counts the prosecution will halt this line of testimony occasionally to call witnesses to strengthen the states contention Hauptmann was in the Hopewell area before and during the day of the kidnaping March Federal Agents Edward Hill and William Frank and Assistant At torney General Richard Stockton went over Hauptmanns bank and brokerage accounts in Trenton to They eliminated 18 of the wit nesses the state planned to call to testify to the Hauptmann Continued on Page 2 Senator Proposes Lethal Gas Cell For Gem State 19 the state legislature respects the wishes of Senator Williams DValley prisoners sentenced to death in Ida ho will die in a lethal gas chamber rather than on th if the bill introduced by Williams today is approved Idaho will be the fourth state to adopt that medium of inflicting the death Nevada and Williams already have Installed lethal gas chambers in their Williams which would amend the present Idaho provides that the warden of the state penitentiary must be present and must invjte a competent physician and not less than six citizens over the age of 21 years to be present at execution but that no other shall be preserjj at the The witnesses would watch the prisoner die through windows In TWIN SUNDAY JANUARY 1935 Death Toll Mounts Along StormSwept West Coast Storm Benefits Utah And Idaho Farming Districts Irrigation Water Assured Snow Piles Up in Mountains as SALT LAKE 19 A howling blizzard swept over Utah and southern Idaho today and al though country roads were blocked by automobile traffic de moralized and main highways kept open only by the storm was of untold benefit to the farm Ing districts of the two While traffic was slowed to a snails pace and many minor acci dents occurred on highways and streets made slippery by ice and farmers rejoiced as the flakes piled up in the mountains assur ing them of irrigation water next The snowfall ranged from a few inches in some of the lowlands of northern Utah to about a foot at Pocatello and Idaho Falls and much more In the mountainous Motorists Warned State highway officials at Poca tello warned motorists to remain at home unless it was absolutely neces sary to travel as only the main HIGHWAYS L Twin Falls Salesman Braves Weather to Walk 8 Miles Feet Frozen All roads out of Twin Falls except the highway south to Wells were blocked last night as a raging allday windstorm piled the highways deep with Although approxima t e 1 y four inches of snow covered the ground Twin Falls Mercury Plunges In Area From Alaska To California By The Associated Press Merciless winter a sharp salient down the frozen Yukon bringing the menace of frost to new blizzards to the snow bound snow as far south as Texas and bitter subzero temperatures far across the The mercury dove out of sight to 57 below zero at British and found new low points for the winter in the re gion of the Almost a score persons were dead or missing In the storm that raged down the coast from Alaska to Cali Countless others were killed or injured In rail and highway acci dents caused by severe ice 11Year Record Seattle shivered in temperatures Third Liquor Tax Refund Proposal Among New Measures in Hopper Session Ends Second Week By The Associated Press 19 of Rreat public interest in the operation of the Idaho state insurance the Idaho senate today adopted a reso lution calling for an investi gation of the fund for the best interests of the com The resolution was presen ted by Senators Wilson CD Gem and Whitten The probo will be made by the state affairs the upper voted unanimously in adopting the The of which OMalley of is has been the subject of an audit and Invest central Idaho as drifts from four around 15 above coldest since igation ordered by Governor1 Ben was a favored spot of south 1924 It was 14 above at and who has taken steps to re street traffic was The Cos organize and modernize Its methods and The investigation brought out certain revealed an antiquated accounting un desirable correspondence and gen nignways remained open on taking WUIUBLUIZII eral laxity of cars and trucks were and subzero temperatures to walk from a transcontinental It was involved as a political Issue eight miles to a farmhouse seven ftreamlined by snow that in the last gubernatorial to six feet in depth were scattered I cndcs lay 12 deeP ln and Intermittantly along the highways forescast last nlglit for to the east and Only one near casualty was re Dick Twin Palls sales Washington and Itaho Trains battled mountain snow drifts and ran five hours late in the OalV LIT blaVCl tto UillJ 111CUU 11 l i i highways remained open and on braved a raging windstorm One pulled OakUnd Just getting Snow plows miles north of Shoshone after his car stalled on the highway between wind piled up the drifts as fast as Hailey and the His face and were from sent that out in all directions but the howling the plows cleared them County roads were closed in many instances and will remain so until i the wind The temperature at Pocatello was only 10 above to night as compared with 30 above j this Cars moved through feet were reported as frozen last evening and highway officials at Shoshone described his feat as a Trains On Schedule Trains through the southern part of the state continued to run on to ice and drifts and railroad traf was halted and last evening discon ventuTd onT J IP n 0 I be No bus has made the Idaho Falls and the upper Snake trlp fr0m Twin Palls to Hailey for the past two days and yesterday motorists and busses could get no further than Jerome on the Several cars were reported to have made the trip here from Pocatello early but drifts at Ameri and Murtaugh were re f made traveling almost Impossible and decidedly Motos contact between here and Boise was described as impossible and the early morning bus from Boise to Twin Palls was still snow bound at King HU1 late last Busses Halted The morning westbound bus from Twin Palls was held up at Hagerman last night and little hope of clearing the highway until morning was vole Continued on Page 8 Paroled Prisoner Admits Playing Leading Role in Desperate Break SAN 19 Police Chief William Qninn an nounced tonight that Clyde Stev paroled San Quentin convict and confessed bank had admitted he smuggled into the prison the automatics which en abled four prisoners to kidnap four parole board officials and escape for a few hours Wednes Quinn said Stevens cracked under three days of almost constant questioning and dictated the con fession to a stenographer Raided Branch Bank It was who with two other boldly walked into a downtown branch bank last week and shot throught a carefully laid police trap to steal the chief With one of his companions in the robbery he was trapped shooting ducks a few hours after the Money from a soldiers bonus collected by Rudolph the convict who was killed in Wednes days paid for the guns and ammunition used to effect the de StevensLassertedconfesslon packed every crevice and A heavy frost was predicted for south ern California Saturday night Temperatures plunged to 50 below zero at at 48 at Prince New Liquor BIU With liquor and taxation in the spotlight almost from the the 23rd session of the Idaho legislature wound up the second week of its atlfhy A train was derailed ta have been introducedtwo have six passengers badly hurt been Slgned and those who hiked miles to town in 36 below zero Stockmen Warned Stockmen in the Rocky mountain by Governor Ben Both houses adjourned about noon Continued on Page 1 ILlUUtt A 1 Vfc states were warned to protect herds AllSnlC against severe weather coming inj the wake of the worst snowstorm of the It was 34 below at Gunni 28 below at 12 feet of snow blocked mountain passes and more snow was falling over Montana and north western The blast struck Kansas Satur to 1eave A fringe of the snowstorm was f entered a hospital here expected In Texas and zero more than two weeks ago for treat was on its comfortless way to Kanment of 9 severe case of lobar pneu To Leave Hospital 19 Ailshie of Couer Justice elect of the Idaho state supreme has recovered from an at tack of and is expected MKUBSR ADDrF BTOBAO 12 PAGES 5 CENTS Federal Government Calls On Idaho To Raise At Least Monthly For Relief sas At the mercury dropped from 52 to 10 de grees in four Five automo biles piled up In a fog near Denl killing one person and injuring Snow was general from Kansas and Nebraska across to Minnesota and There was a touch Continued on Page 4 Continued on Page 7 The condition of the 68 yearold jurist for a time was RECLUSE BURNS TO DEATH 19 who lived alone on the outskirts of the burned to death when flames swept through his honw Neighbors said they thought he was a retired Honeymooners Make Way Through Drifts 19 W On a bride and bridegroom arrived here tonight after fighting their way through heavy drifts from Tahoe City where they had been snowbound while The and Adolph were aided on the 15mile trek by Lars noted ski ex who broke trail and also car ried the couples The three made the distance in nine Style Dictators Select Pastel Shades For Men 19 WVThe gay young blades will decorate the beach next summer In pastel swim ming In the the mans Eatorial fancy to sport But of course the stylists do their thinking for them in the long win ter The pastel shorts are among the highlights of a national prospec tus for compiled by the style committee of the National Associa tion of Retail Clothiers and Furn Here are some other spring Yellow is to be a color In mens duds and sport Absent Minded Veteran Commuter Drives His New Car Downtown For The First Time Congressman Points to In heritance and Income Taxes in parrying Out Social Security Program By The Associated Press A proposal that the states raise their share of the money to finance old age pensions through and inherit ances taxes was made today by Representative Lewis D coauthor of the bill to carry out the administration Lewis made his proposal In a radio speech at about the same time some other members of congress were ex pressing concern for the plight of the man between 40 and 65 and ar rangements were being made for congressional scrutiny of the plan in hearings next In Difficult Situation while declining for the present to be said they were endeavoring to work out modifications to the program of President which would aid the unemployed person who was more than 40 and less than These members pointed out that most business organizations had a maximum age at which they em ployed some establishments hiring no one over For the per son between 40 and they It extremely difficult to obtain em The old age plan of Presi dent Boosqvelt contemplates giving pensions to persons who have efl Borne of those who aided in work Ing out the pension system said that while the person between 40 and 65 would not be eligible for old age he would not be barred frohi employment In the public works program which Is to be hur ried through A close scrutiny of the presidential program was planned by the com mittees of congress that will handle the Many business partlcu Contlnued oif Page 5 Aii increased demand is anticipat ed for the polo type shirt and pull over Shirred back sports Jackets are Detog groomed for popularity along with tfte oporto back Tuxedo eoate tar summer formal wear outnumber mess Jackets by a big Swimming aborts will be a riot of color on the bathing Popular the style commit tee will run from pas to dark brown and oxford to black 8Uit te wing a strong increase in de T THOUGHT SfoOO up M5U CAN TELL THEjwOdC VdUVf ON THli 0 DDITIES of Life Prospects of State Sales Tax Rise as Governor and IERA Administrator Wrestle with Problem of Stretching Funds COMMITTEES ENLIST IN SLASHING LISTS OF NEEDY By The Associated Press 19 Prospects of a state sales tax rose to night as Governor Ben Rosa and Idaho emergency relief wrestled with the problem of making in available relief funds provide for Idahos thousands of needy the rest of the Some new form of revenue will be Governor Ross announced this after he had been informed by FERA officials in that no more fed Wai funds will be available for Idaho after March unless the state contributes at least monthly to the cause of its own distressed Governor Ross did not refer to the sales but for days legislators who have followed the complex de velopments In the relief picture of Nine High Justices of Sup reme Court Guarding Secret Closely By The Associated Frees 19 Nine high justices of the supreme ulthoorh nardlng their secret left surface signs after a protracted conference today that they had reached a decision In the historic gold clause In the purely physical actions of the court trained observers saw hints of the possibility of another of the famous 54 The Justices themselves were silent as But of the six who remained closeted to gether after the conference broke five have been labeled ai progres May Sustain S to 4 If their actions today were signifi and If the progressives fol ebntinuedon Page 1 FERA Sociologists Survey Traces Fall From Self Sufficiency 19 by The New York By The Associated Press Loses of Po lice Ott Thorne lost his hand cuffs and his official dignity yester day when two robbers held up a hotel and locked him in a wash Itches for SEATTLE Seattles onearmed Edward Coleman said Its the itch for Contrary to all the Jokes about onearmed he I havent enough to Ever since I accidentally shot my left arm off with a Ive been hunting for more to Five Kegels Kegels per haps deserve a wholesale Arthur pre sented two Charles and and two Alice and to Registrar Clarke for enrollment in North ern Montana college this Arthur and Charles will take engi neering while Fred and the two sisters will train themselves for All were graduated from the public schools at where five other brothers and sisters are preparing for Northern Montana Chief Cheyennes police chief was a proud man today and his exuberance had nothing to do with official Though now the citys chief law Joe Cahil is known throughout the country as secretary of the dude ranchers association for many a former secretary of the state department of commerce and president of the Cheyenne grid iron In recognition of these early ac the Wyoming press associa tion has nominated him for a life membership In the national editorial j I 8ALT LAKE 19 More than 2000 Utah families over women and chil once owed their live lihood to thriving mills and smelters In this are on the verge of if not already across that a sur vey by federal emergency relief sociologists has Six years says their survey made public these people were living on incomes ranging from to a month or pay Ing for their their automo their Then came fall Ing metal slackened demand for metals and and finally closed or curtailed industlal opera The survey excluded agricultural the state have mentioned it as the only possible way to raise relief funds and provide the states share which must be furnished in order to obtain several hundred thousand dollars monthly in federal States Contribution The states contribution to relief to date has been approximately in Not only were the governor and IERA officials concerned with the relief question Throughout the length and breadth of the citizens committees were answering the governors call to aid IERA social service division determine which of Idahoans on relief rolls are actually in dire The committees were named to day by in longdistance communications with every town and The action followed is suance of an order by Governor Ross this morning that the commit tees must be functioning by If they were he told a confer attended this noon by Mere dith and his the gover noihi office would immediately as sume the work of going and probably by the first the JERA rolls will be purged of those not entitled to re who have been placed on the rolls through the influence of Influential friends Families On Rolls Idahos allocation for work relief and all other IERA includ ing livestock potato buying and various other was in there are heads of Idaho families on IERA rolls at the present Including the work project employes and those on direct Meredith This al so Includes administrative and other Continued on Page 5 Housewives Urge AntiGossip Rule For Maids Code GRAND 19 of Grand Rapids housewives and maids are putting the finishing touches on a code for The maids said We want a that the Wtchen sink wont four largest Industrial The be stacked with dirty dishes from downandout population was dfty before when we get back closed in the metal mining and a day off smeller towns and the coal mining I said the i and now fix up another clause that Fiveeights of them were recelvwU1 Lizzie from peddling It all ing absolutely no the when we and our hus survey only 7 per cent Were bands happen to discuss the pros receiving a small amount of new spring plemeniary with none1 The codemaking went on like from their regular and 5 i tnls until the maids had provisions per cent were living on farms which or vacations and did not guarantee a standard mlnj rest periods and the mistresses Imum of Only about 10H had what they hope will be peace per cent were receiving enough em of t ployment to render relief The code la to be drawn in legal j form under the sponsorship of the The survey was made by girls guidance bureau and signed Lowry Nelson and by both If there are any Joseph Utah socloli more squabbles both sides hope to tell it to the Heart Troubles Begin At Specialist Asserts 19 you want to prolong your life after take a bit of advice from Roy nationally prominent heart specialist Drive your human machine more carefully and watch the The old adage that man is as old as his is now more true than ever and especially so among persons past professor of clinical medicine at Western Reserve told members of the City club Life doesnt begin at Scott To the Its the time when life is apt to be complicated by troubles pf the heart and the circulatory Observing that for several years heart and arterial troubles have taken first place in the United States as the cause of he said that mankinds bacterial foes have been almost but dis turbances of the heart and arterial systems have become the most per plexing problem in the medical Scott gave the opinion that too fast too much worrying are among the most portant factors in bringing the deaths of persons past 40 of But In declar there has been a racial decline in the strength of the human ma chine particularly the as a result of mans success in feating the natural law or the sur vival of the ;