Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times, May 12, 1931

Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times

May 12, 1931

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 12, 1931

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Previous edition: Monday, May 11, 1931

Next edition: Wednesday, May 13, 1931

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Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times (Newspaper) - May 12, 1931, Twin Falls, Idaho V rt if A fVsje r TrfsSfffl r Tuesday minimum toT hour tperi B Monday were 6 A Regional Newspaper Six Irrigated Counties in Idaho POTATOES and BEANS 1 cwt 60 to 65te 2 cwt 40 ito 4Bc 1 Greuil 2 8 Hour Leased Vl Ic6 Sgivlco of thfe TWIN MAY 12 1931 Monks and Nuns in Plight Before Attacks of Mobs 23 BUILDINGS BURNED Martial Law in Force Larger Cities May 12 UiP tired by autiuvonarchjal and anti religious continued to attack and set to convents apd other Catholic insti throughout Spam 5111 monks and nBrifc kind of courage needed to shoot the Dtfllceman in cold blood BVHIS GUy OFFICIAL COUKTY NEWSP4PJ Alleged Wool Break Way to Freedom During Guards Absence ONE HAS CRIME RECORD intensive Search Fails Bring Results Boy Prodigys Career Ended by Gang Guns Southard and Minton WOW May 12 boy prodigy mid former Columbia Unfveisity who atti acted mitionwiifo attention when he won his freedom froni Sing Sing use of his knowledge of gained while foefliind the was shot to death today in a water front His riddled with slugs from police by four i Patrolman John who detected the faintest sign of life iiiWompT1 jrpnr Praise for Civic Sloanes took him to Jewish Memorial where he died women wear rraise 101 lliElGATES HI IDAWFULLS RIG May 12 UP Two one an I arrested Monday morning Cor steal Francis 20yearold suslnS wool Ikmocked the lock off the pect in itue earlier murdei of a Crowley the Uiefr residences several law nviiB In force in Ma lOadiz and also occurred in Ma laga and wiliere serious im WILL SUE FOIWIR KINO ALiWSO ti May 12 jproseoutof general of the Re government announced that lie toaue King XWir on that recent disturbances in or disciedit to and Grafts institute at Wash a former investigator for the department of labor and an author of several She had stuck by her son throughout all his Police said the shooting occurred in the Mad Boat a Dyke man street shortly after mid body was not ideu Jcfferson countyjail last night at oclock and Charles Itlfied untiil several hours and fWlilllain were still at large Tuesday afternoon while county and city officers Of the entire val ley joined in a widebpiead hunt I The to freedom was made Secii tlie Worst His death recalled an assertion he made shortly aifter his release from When a man has seen bho I he liife doesnt hold any terror for as Hie guard was called momentar ily away from Two olSieu prisoners in jail at the time refused I Sloane was convicted six years to leave though the door was left ago on a charge of stealing an auto in Mount Thomas has served two terms in1 When It was discovered he had Idaho for forgery and served a sentence in Pennsylvania hats been arrested several times two similar net was on small Sheriffsent to Sing Sing for 10 soon aifter being was out on bail awaiting trial on a char ing in a gem robbery barely months after ihe gained his release from Sing was the son of Anna Bogenholm founder of the National Jest About Cooking Leads To Suicide Lranor for inor New York burned tin peas anil scorched I he last night Youll ruin my stomach with thin hum jestingly said her James mot ion picture exeeu live II you doni take that hack said Til kill sill Fisher thought she was noi in and Go to her M Fishei obtained a gnu and sh herself through the rfbe was dead before her could rush her trj Work at Opening Session of Convention STRESS CHILD WELFARE Filer Is Speaker JDAIIO Ill Womens forward looking view Ijoinl with an altrt eye Cor the future development of the and nation was praised this morn inK by Mayor Clark in wel coming the eighteenth n of the Jdjiho Federation of to the Iinporlunt iopics to be discussed at the convention Hive evidence that women Will continue to hold their high civic better the mayor Phases of the development of Idaho Falls In I Southard Escape May Lead to Change of Officers at Pen THOMAS ASSUMES BLAME Says Plans Had Been Laid Before His Reign Koiiiun KesnohiK May 12 of the Idaho and northwestern press for a prison shakeup fol lowing the escape of Lyda SoutS fail to strike terror in fiho heart of new waf who with the pris on has been W newspapers as the result sensational prison break tha j night of Mav said this afternoon that nothing would please nte tyet tei than a complete investigation n the I Im not attempting to shift Ijespoiibibihtv for Sotttnard0 tbcape Thomas explained espinMble her going over should have seen bttt Rhodes said trouble was The gpvern hurried troops to Ttye Seville mdb twice attempted to set iflre tottte Jesuit tout repulsed In Granaiia all monks nuns evacuated and placed in pri Foreign iflinister Seen As Certain Selection for Presidency May 12 UP election of Aristide Ui1 as the next piesi dent Of for a sevenyear in Uertat appealed assuied onj ni0fi atfwnpted to i the eVe of balldtirig tomorrow Tluee candidates weie listed today Senator Paul and Deputy Jean the Chaiente strt flKe to fine iSol tp out political lead l iHardly had gates of tihe pris on shut 1ehind him than this para dox of prodigy and profligate began to study two exits from Sing Pne was through the The was over the His jof the latter was interrupted bya vigilant Despite ibis isolation for attempt edprison Sloane continued his bid for freedom iby legal j the youth won a new trial on the autompibile theft He iormer Governor IS Victim Of conducted WsJown did Jewel Thieves During Jt with tne of a ftrst irate criminal lawyer Absence j Showed Framcuv H pioduced two ifelhWv main which women had an important pan were j Photos above show Mis bout hard formerly cl Twin and Davirtf C Minton tot met It jmmite of the Hdaho state peni responded for visiting officers and Both are the center of a the Ionf cham of delegates gathered from all search since fd to her I of the stale The convention was Souihaid made hu escape fioni the Ulllletl Udder ami Uio care torni il opened Mis S W Ipuson 1 Minton is alleged to full I aided Southard and is i period of following conclusion of first disbelieved to he with her hid irict sessions last night at which ing place I women of southeastern Idaho went finally i fiom a vjsii a neighboring ditcoveied a legal which town wh0r0 8he had spent the might win hftn his He had spent argued that annce he had ibeett ac Jeavmg the quitted of last nftrtqr Her J night away frotn on record as favoring further study of child welfare and urging cooi eralion of civic in the elimination of Net son presided at i district Reports Animal That Routine iliisincss Starts Attacked Woman Had Routine business of the slut1 TJnViiAa convention was begun this morn 1CS ijng with reports of officers and announcements of the remainder Mis ft K emplojed F E secretarj Mrs Schroe Uie Sand Tuesday morning to tok4 A IVIlri oeur George Whortoti J Bfational Hpuse thetreatment for the effect Mrs having been billon Satuidav by ajx club bulletin edi dog found to have Alex Sand cliaiinmn of custodian and rec homo Tuesday noon for a Addisnn Smith plans which Cites Age if Ladder The ladder with which scaled the wall of tne men t prison on the OH Uay 4 had appaiently been buir lied foi a long period and been nianufaetui ed a year and a half ago In the OTtf on blacksmith shop and hadbegt smuggled into the womens soon Prison officials at believed that this ladder wag ta en into the yard by i r latei admitted that have beta f vfd C woft and nnd closel easy fen1 Mm to JBBDAN FMLS TO SHOW RALLY May condition of Dr president em hhpuse locked lie was only7 a first offender under ranch states the wound i CDUimiUee wcle the house Jibmpletely ianthe The court of appeals 1 jacked but nothing missing except agreed with and he was who den1 xiHtitally leuiuincd Jordan is veiy M to his Rub BcijA and has HUle or no to r 12 UP Agents Probe Blast te in On Roadbed diamonds which sentenced on aTWduced oliarge set yellow and a misdemeanor to a maximum pen victim wan able be i bpiakeis Mis J J visit with and constituents in prior number of rare 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