Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times, July 10, 1935

Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times

July 10, 1935

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Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times (Newspaper) - July 10, 1935, Twin Falls, Idaho Weather Forecast Generally fair temperature about Maximum 85 Minimum this A Regional Newspaper Serving Full a Hourb Leased Wire Six Irrigated Counties in Idaho Mcmbernf Audit Tinririu uf TODAYS NEWS TODAY OFFICIAL As Charged Kidnaping Guilt Expert Declares Waleysi Markings Found on Globe in Hideout House JITRY VIEWS EVIDENCE Husbands Testimony Delayed Announces VOTES 10 Lawmakers Push Toward urnmerit ajor Bills Decrees to Intensify r 4 r A O TTIS of llNl 1JA KAbl I Investigation of Both Sides in Fight NATIONS WHEAT CROP SENATE PEOGRAM BROAD July 10 the most accurate and most precise method of the United States today sought to ilnk Mar garet Waley definitely with the kidnaping of George Weyer Appearance of Harmon who is serving 45 years in McNeil island federal was delayed until Thursday when at torneys told the court the govern ment would not complete its case against his wife Aaron fingerprint ex pert from the department of j justice laboratories at Washing1 stfited positively that I fingerprintsfound on a light1 globe in the attic of a Spokane where the nineyearold boy was held captive are those of the girl Shows Enlarged Prints He presented enlargements of the left indexfingerprint of from the set taken at de partment of justice headquarters at Salt Lake City and showed the enlargement of the print on Also introduced was an empty Weyerhaeuser kidnaping plot from the government witnesses are John Philip can which had contained pork and upper father of the kidnaping and lower Marian with a fiagerprlnt on one clerk in a Salt Lake City five mid dime a board from the attic of several coat a gal such might have con tained and other Upper Chamber Committeemen Okeh to Scan All Lobbying July Tho house today voted to Jmli ran 10 rrnls liisiu worst for I he off n The liiturc House Votes Caravan Tax gation into and iipiinst th utilities j At the same time the senate iaudit and control committee ap lion i July III I1 Tlie round nations wheat crop today lay fit tniile tlie mercy of a tiny of the Black a Imvgus growth lite Iwhich dwarfs tlie plant and sliriv ports to pour ariil Ids is ninny of the wheat belt Damage Tentative Reports thatthe rust present Crop experts that allivij in fields of IVH tluvest and I he was the ai Canada sent oram iirices tual to the cr prosecute and expand yesterday at the nations yflw lending grain i rlrmb lint Kiwi Haises Pnrwt is in norl h The hullish trend followed 1 f damage is i1 rith if willy 1hirl ini xalucs saM t Alinrt on the Chicago Board of Trade cop observe a request for for Ten days an un a senate investigation of 5eent jump when rust and the of th jail lobbying at this session of conwls in winter wheat rrnp are the spread threatened to interfere uhi fliers did not ex UK The outcome win with immediate adjournment The house resolution authorizing port the disease to daniaso the depend entuey on the for its investigation wad winter now nearly ready lor Indications sl point to ine HOUSe Cleaned its CRlen voted after a bitter attack the possibility that ii he alter morning of heated D on mitht spread to the spring K U anoilnr prom Finally the j Chairman John induced a wave of buying that hieii Jiw was passed bv i vntp nf W of the rules who rocketed prices up tlie limit per spread and severity of infection 19 avoie OI ca bas had charge of tlie inquiry thus milled a Kindle have increasid High Tlie crop scare was lived winds have blanketed t lie north measure dm not slide Rankin demanded that a special beause of the general excitement west and i provinces with through the body First the subcommittee or a special house which created the ciackup rust spores committee placed in charge of week of Canadas fiveyearold Although madi ho es the policy of artificial piice support timate as to the The house and senate action was The legislation in Canada was lie said that be taken aa the utility situation de responsible for a wave of hquida sharply velopcd on all Other highlights Quick Passage Waits Senate Calendar Kv MAX FTNKK Hiiiltd irps orrespondent July 10 UP Members of the Idaho legisla ture today cleaned up the ma jor business on hand for the second extraordinary session for 1935 and only senate action on HB the motor caravan sponsors and backers of the bill to license all cars transported across the state on highways had to defeat attempts to amend it in committee of the Federal prosecutors today were attempting prove the governments charge that Margaret rightinchecked coatjis she entered the courtroom at ii Abyssinia Seeks League Meet As War Peril Grows bill to 1 T 11 Evidence siiKht i Ueatk V alle v The house rules committee v crossexamined Thomas 1 HFC but developed few j new facts concerning charges of Ralph Brewster that Corcoran put pressure him I to vote for death Scotty 111 Desert Town Disease MenacesEntire Area as Cloudbursts Unleash Fresh Torrents July 10 Ckvidbursts striking over south ern New York and northern Penn sylvania poured new torrents of water today over an area of 000 square at 51 persons have been killed in floods Weather forecasters predicted an end to the unparalleled rains today but probably too to save more than a dozen villages and a huge countryside where 000 men fought against time to evacuate endangered populaces arid save dykes and Disease menaced the entire ter ritory with a possibility of disas ter greater than the Thous ands of persons in cities and vil lages where wfiter systems were polluted by sewage and drowned livestock had only that to Pennsylvania Hit While flood of most riv ers rushed southward into Penn disrupting transportation and causing inestimable property the water still rose in the Cohocton and Canisteo rivers and Lakes Cayuga and Laborers Worked frantically to strengthen the weakened Van Natta south of which held of tons of water in Thomas state health warnedresi dents of the afflicted area in a radio address that the danger of typhoid is The floods in Pennsylvania were receding today with six deaths reported in their in afldl tioiito 49 listed dead in New York FORDURGEDAS GRAND July 10 The Grand Rapids Chron weekly political in a front editorial of its current issue suggests that the Republican party consider Henry Ford as its 1936 presidential can The party the Chronicle editorial investigate the possibility of presenting the one perhaps In the United States if he were the would start with a backlog of countryside Attorneys LeaVe Most memberfe of the Twha Falls County Bar association are leav ing elther todayjor to the morning for the annual meeting of the State Bar association it nyaa this afternoon by president of the local Sessions Hatley opened at2 pi today with JRaJtSTJiresident of tfieSTate bar Tlie convention will continue Thursday and Aid Hinted to Protect Vast Interests SANTA funny thing showed up in the something we hadent heard of in so long that it seemed reviving an article from King Tuts It was the Re member old budget they dug him and they are even talking about balancing Course they wont be able to do You take a rope walk er thats laid offfor years and they never come but its good just to hear the oldboys name mentioned Voung folks wont know who he buthe wag quite a useful fel low in his Budget is the Spelled pronounced July 10 Japanese governor of Kor was quotedwithout confirma tion today assaying that Japan could not remain neutral in event of war between Italy and Abys Missing After Colorado Explosion Kills Three Workers July 10 squad of 20 men to day continued for James superintendent of the Bear Canon Coal com pany mine in two explo sions late yesterday killed three men and trapped the mine offi cial Rescue work undertaken by vol unteers from several other mines in Las Animas proceeded slowly Because timbers and shafts in the mine were damaged by the The rescue found the mangled bodies of Joe Leo Maryinez and Charles about a halfmile from the mouth ofthe The bodies were so badly mu tilated in the explosion that iden tification could be made only from their work McKeown was known to have been a considerable far ther In tue mine than the three who ware It was feared that he was Ship Sinks 21 Die July 10 Twenty one persons were known be sinking of the 916ton Italian steamship AttHlo six miles off the coast of Italian North mcnts as administration leaders sought to restore liberal senate provisions instead of the modified house affairs committee youth brain i charged before the house utility j lobbying inquiry that Brewster switched his stand on the utilities death sentence because wag afraid of the political sit enfTaken Sick After Gmhg Out Diet Approves Royal Familys day tt Amendments Defeated would have reduced the license fea from as it finally A strong vote defeated that The second amendment would haveincreased the distance be tween units of cars being moved by caravan to 200 feet instead 150 foet as now It was defeated It was Truckload of Eggs LOS u I y 10 today hurried to the desert mining town of where Death Val ley nomadic desert was reported ill in a real name is Walter almost a Return from Exile and Restores Estates Corcorans charge came as he legendary figure in the ADDIS July 10 UE r The Abyssinian government today demanded an Immediate summoning of the Nations to i Evacuate Capital of Abyssinia consider the threatened inva sloii of her territory by The government decided to throw Its fate Into the uneasy hands of the league after the breakdown of the conciliation commission this which made It apparent that Italy would not yield in her refusal to discuss the boundary issue be tween Ethiopia and her own Abyssinias position was that Under War Peril Natives Ready to Fight l testified under crossexamiuatiou 1 regarding his story of events lead 1 ing up to Brewsters vote against the death Nearby as Corcoran talked sat Brewster who yesterday interrup ted the hearing with a shout of j youre a liar at Corcoran said today that he ob Oontinuea on Page Column 3 July 10 uation of including many children of fathers and Abyssinian contln as the threat of war became more real in Haile Selas alen In contrast to reports that the The report followed pr on ference during visit to The correspondent of TSfippon Dempo vice who attended the conference said he had not heard Seneral the remarks attributed to The foreign office said it had not been informed of any such Ifint Japanese Aid circles circulating the report Indicated that Japan would aid where interests of the empire reportedly have tremendous especially in for a direct statement on Japans position in event of spokesman for the foreign tell what attitude might develop event of So there is no war although press reports indicate its Continued on Page Column 5 V L V State Replies to Hauptmann Brief July 10 An answering brief to the one filed recently by counsel for Bru Richard Hauptmann for an appeal from his conviction of the murder ofttteTjindbergh was filed today by the state of New The states brief consisted of 54word and read It is respectfully submitted that a reading of the supplemen tal brief of plaintlffinerror and rereading and Consideration of the disclose no no no Tior sue not fully considered and dis cussed in the main brief on of state of New de dis Italy was afraid to submit fleeing refugees numbered many the problem to impartial arbi Coupled with convocation of league coun thegovernment dispatched a note to the French and Belgian protest ing against the arms embargo laid down against TO 5 DAYS United patches from Addis Ababa of Countys Festival cated that the 125 Americans now Increased by Directors in nearly all mission ary would remain at their posts despite urgent warn ings to Officials close to Emperor Se lassie were quoted as saying Dates 1014 I Twin Falls county Pair at Filer has been extended to a fiveday We await an Italian attack at j it was announced today any and we are ready to fight to tlfe last We are in formed that the Italians are con centrating troop and airplanes andtanks along the Eritrean and Italian Somaliland frontiers Abyssinians delegates to the ruptured conciliation conferencsfat tended to leave Paris reported that the French government remained unwilling to risk its new with Italy by joining Great Britain in fur ther to persuade Benito Mussolini not home of the League of expressed no hope that any solution was in sight for the IIIYBATILE July 10 The utilities holding company bill was sent to conference today when William agreed to withdraw his motion to instruct qenate conferees to recede from theirposition on the contro versial death sentence The action was regarded as a temporary administration although there was no indication that the senate under leadership of Burton could force the house to accept the death sent ence provision in the form which it wasadvanced by Thomas fol lowing a meeting of the board of directors at which superintendents of departments were The dates are the opening taking place on a Tuesdayand closing on Widespread interest is being ex hibited in the Parks reporting that inquiries are com in from various places regard ing exhibitions of concession rights and other privil In order to check on the qiiallty of the rodeo program contracted a delegation will go to Ogden to attend Frontier at which the Cremer and Rtchter rodeo will be it was voted by the directors In ses sion this The next meeting of the fair hoard will be held Superintendents Named r Appointment of superintendents has been completed with the nam llng of the following Walter horsesCarl cattle George swine Twin Sheep Twin poultry Harvey farm products fruit Robert F Walter seed Thomas concessions womens Assistants be art pantiy flowers Van juvenile and J social Hdod Nominated as Idaho Works Chief He flashed into prominence at the Beginning of the century whenhe came out of the desert loaded with gold from a mys terious A true Scotty would isolate himself from friends for wpeks and suddenly re appear in Los San Francisco or New Wealth Source Secret Where he obtained his wealth has never been al though rats claim Scotty discovered a vein of pure gold in the desert and whenever he needs money lie goes to his secret and dign out na much gola aa he A week ago he left his lux urious mansion in Grapevine on the tip of Death supposedly to go to Los After several days friends began to worry and prepared to start an airplane search for Reports from Randsburg said he suddehly appeared there bought a truckload of eggs and began distribut ing1 to saloon keepers and anyone else who wanted As Scotty3 spread through the tiny mining desert dancehall miners began run 1 ning along the unpaved Rands burgstreets toward Scotty and his truck 6f Scotty was reported to have told them that the de pression hit was why he was distributing eggs rath than gold piecesas he once After being entertained by reports he be came ill and was taken to Randsburg His con not re ported Airline BJamed for Fatal Plane Crash July 10 The commerce department in a final report on the airplane crash in which Bronson Cutting1 charged Transcontinental fb Western today With seven specific violations of air commerce Sky crashed near May killing Cutting and four The final report citing the allege ed violationswas made public by Secretary Daniel tutes provide a penalty of for each but com pany has 30 to for mitigation or of the ous question duringdebate on the bill would be Leaders want jed everyone to have his say and thus eliminate any possibility of July 10 bU1 WaS teen years of exile for the Hapsi ended today when the f edj era diet unanimously approved a Bear bill authorizing their return and Continued onjPage 11 the restoration of property con fiscated from the royal The measure expected to pave the way for young Arch duRe Otto to return totlve former AustroHungarian Passage of the bill had been as sured long before the vote and climaxed vigorous agitation for the return of the royal now in Royal Training under direction of his the former Empress has been educated with a view toward day regaining the throne on which his father once Iru recent as pros pects for a restoration improv the full dignity of a royal from exile of about 165 dukes and archduchesses Former Mayor Named Leader of Group Calls to Plan Picsic former mayor Twin has been elected president of the TwinFalls court has boon in effect at club it was announced 22yearold exiles castle Steeu near The restoration of the old Haps burg dynasty the haughtiest of Europe would be viewed with un certainty in many capitals because of the possibility of international complications arising from the postwar alignments in central The bill also will permit return arch I IN WHEAT Federal Forecast Indicates Bushels aa and holias called a meeting of the officers of the organization for tonight when plans will be made a Snake river valley picnic to be held at the f county fair grounds at Filer early in Bobler succeeds Fred Other named at a mepf1 Ing of the membership held in the city park last elude president Mrs George treasurer Drury and the following addi tiohal members of the executive committee 3 Alice Frank and A membership drive dertakensoonrlt Is statedT membership totals than aiidjtls proposed to double thlfj according to commltb DieterlclTwithdrew his motion July 10 after Wheeler promised that ev1 President RoTKsevelt today sent to ery effort would be made to work ihe senate the Dominations of 34 outan agreement with the statework progressadministra and thatif na satisfactory ar s rangement could be completed in The nominations Included the Hay par another opportunity to jrell Greenwell SPIKES HEALTH RUMORS July 10 President looking the picture of answered with a smile today a direct question aa to Jiis health which brought Into the 4pen rumors whlchi tove circulated July 10 A total 1935 wheat crop of 054fWO bushels forecast day by the department of agri culture Condition of the Srop as of July placed at TTa per cent of the The Indicated harvest tof all wheat compares with a crop of bushels last year arid a average of Up The department forecast a corn crop of com pared with last year and a 192832 average of Condition the crop July i was per pent of Details the Wheat estimates Winter wheat production was estimated at Acreage for harvest Condition 73 per cent ol All spring wheat production was placed at Acreage estimated at Condition per cent of Durum wheat estimated at Acreage eatlmatea1 at 009 of I Today8 Games ABIEBICAN EEAGUE Detroit Hayworth Whfbhlll and JSoll Louis 020 Philadelphia OOQl Batteries Coffman and1 ley Dietrich and II Cleveland New York wet Chicago OOP ;