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   Syracuse Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1935, Syracuse, New York                                U. 3 Bremer Kidnap Suspects Three Killed in Bank Bandits' Terror Raid The Herald is the only Syracuse newspaper with WIREPHOTOS and both great news services. ASSOCIATED PRESS and UNITED PRESS UPSTATE'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER INDEPENDENT Owned and Made in Syracuse Urart of the loduttrtil Empire SYRACUSE HERALD CITY EDITION VOb 58, NO. SYRACUSE, N. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1935. T1IRLE CENTS EXPERT ACCUSES HAUPTMA Federal Men Kill Woman And 2 Men in Florida Duel Gangsters Suspected of Bremer Kidnaping Sur- render After Fieice Clash Guns Roar for Hours Outlaws Barricade Sehes in Mansion and Fight It Out Oklawaha, 'Fla, Jan '6 (AP Copjnpht, 1933) who bamcadet themselves in a winter home here and fought it out with Fedeiil agents surrendered this afternoon after two men and a woman of the bind hid been killed Agents described tin outfit as members of the gain kidnaped Edu ard G Bremer, St Paul banker, nhoui a tear ago The agents said they believed the two men. victims -a ere named Carter tnd Barber, xnembe s of the BlacV- hurn gang or St Paul The men met Uielr death when they attempted to dash from thi palatial summer home on Lafee Wle uhere they barricaded themseUe answered wl_h a burst of ma chine gun fire a demand early thi morning by ths Federal agents th; they surrender Agents said they believed there were two women and one or two ad dittonal men stlU left In the house A constant mach'ae gun fire poured Into the structure by th Federal men The occupants o' th house replied In kind, and the eral men also resorted to tea gas shells About 15 TJ 5 agenta took part hi tae oattie Tnc clash started about 7 o'cloc when the agents surrounded th house and denuded that occu pants Thev answered wit a machine gun and tne agents replie In kind The battle was raging at noon Th home owned by Carson Bradfo-d of the Blscaync Kennel Club at Miami, and rented by him to- the season to a man who his name as J C Blackburn, was riddled with bullets Many fine homes surround beaut! ful Lace Weir, scene of the fight. This usually quiet little village near the Ocala fcattonal Forest, -vas experiencing its greatest thrll and although residents had withdrawn 1 safe distances the noise of the battl echoed over the countryside The steady sputtering of macbln guns first from one Bide then tr- othc- was interspersed by the dul thudding of gas guns General Von Steuben World War Veteran Is Dead at Berlin Berlin Jan 16 (ff) Gen Kun Ton Steuben, 79, who served many actively on the Eastern Iron during the World War died tods of tbe infirmities of old age. The general the head of tfi family famous In the historical an nals of the United States beoau of the services of Ma] Gen Baro Ton Steuben of Washingons Anr General von Steuben was com znandant of the German War Acau until 1914 but went Into Tice at the front immodntely upon the outbreak of the World Uar, Features Index Pages It Alle> Oop 13 Fred Column 1? Ftglers Colnmn Cmnlc 22 EDITORIALS. Law- rence In Glenn FTranVs Edi- torial Howard Intent -All Thlnps Con- Barnes J tague's Truth Than Poeirj" 14 National WhlrllRtj; 15 Radio................ II Win Rogers 15 Syracuse Schools..... 18 SPORTS Grant- land Rice and i'-x llanu J9-20-2I Financial whlrKslg WOMEV( FFATURRS AVO sOriFTV, Dorothy PI T, FmHr Post, In New Torfc. Pair! Alicia Hart's Iteaatr Hints, Railr Pat- tern lussolini Takes Seventh Ministry; Now Has Majority Rome. 18 a Mussolini today became iajorlt> in cab wt he ppo'nwd ano'hw By the royal decree ol Kins c- or Emiienael Prcm-er Musio Irl ASS ed o' co on.w .o Gen Bnil'o de Bono who c high the co'oilM of Eritrea ard Ital an Somai-land The'fc are 13 I olios not Including the oe-ce tret so-en posts are l.swd as ll'OftS Foreign in! Mufeollnl MussailnL Mussolini. 7 ar-----Ben'to Musso o Roosevelt's World Court Plea Is Read 'resident Asks Senate to Ratify Protocols to Aid World Sheriff Slain Rounding Up Bandits Who Kill Cashier Illinois Terrorized After Raid of Four Robbers onLaSalleBank Warns of Changes Request Comes as Treaty Is Before Chamber in Debate Washington Jon 16 the inte-eets of "world peace Presiden Roosevelt today asked the Senale In a special message to ratify Ame-i- an adherence to the Wo-Td Court The ravage also that ratification be In such fo-m ns not to defeat o" to delay th" objective of adherence This was Interpreted, in senatoiia1 circles as representing opposMon to ny new reserraSions Mr RoocCveH asserted that for years both Republicans and Democrats !r vj p pd- irce The sovereignty of the unl ed States he said 'will be in no diminished or Jeonardired by such action At this oerlod In Intcrna- al when everv act s to the future of wo'ld leace the United States has an op- wrtunlty once more to throw weight into the scale In favor ol ace" The protocol lor adherence to the court was before the Senate BE ths message Arrived from the White House Senator Robinson Democratic lende" opened debate lor proponents of ad- herence yesterday Senators John son republican California ant Borah, Republican, Idaho, were lead- ers of the opposition. The text of the President s message To the Senate A movement to Interna- tional Justice practicable and ser- (Coneluded on 5, Column 5) Marvin Plans Albany Trip Will Attend P.S.C. Hearing Mayor Holland B Marvin accompany members of the Syracus Crossing Commission to bany Thursday to attend a hea.ln before the Public Seir.ce CommJs slon relative to plans and cpcclflca lions lor the new station of the New Yorfc Central Railroad fallowing notification from th railrord station to the commUsIo that due to changes In details o the station plans It would not be possible to let a contract for th building before April I, the -eommls slon called the hearing for ThJTada afternoon At this time the rallrcc to to fix a time within which 't sha Sic plans, spoeiacatlass and cstl of costs. Tbe oc will be represented bv Joan T chairman Nelson P Pitts. Jr., chief engineer, and John H Wai rath, special counsel. Guard Association Will Hear Lehman Albany, J-n. 1C Lehman and leading military offlcii of tbe State will addreK the two-da annual convention of the New Tor National Guard Association, wnfcb conwces Friday, it was announced today Other Apeafcen will Include Mi Gen Dennis EL Nolan, COL Chart H. Morrow, Capt. William O.------ Jang Slain or Caught 3-Ycar-Old Boy Kid- naped With His Auto by Fleeing; Gang Soecial Dispatcf- to The Herald jifs-illc HI Jan ei ronst bank robbers who illeil a bank cashier and the lieriff Marshall Gountj dcd two others seriously nd kidnaped a 13 >ear ok arm hose amomobiL hid stolen, were sur ounded bj a posse in a fiefr .par Varm, 111, todav One o hem was killed and two cap urecl The dead were O'tnn Asline heriff of County Charles cashle- o' the Lconore Bant and an un'dentined bandit. TLe -rounded were Char'ca member of the board of snpervsors o La Salle County, and Deputy bherU Bro-vn of County, besides, he tao bandits Sheriff Axline was soot and killet near Varna, HI, by the bandits he and hs men attempted to halt th robbers in their flight from. Leonore where they had killed Bundy wounded Fcipo In an attempted ban robbery money was obtained Va-na is about 25 miles south an IS mles southeast of La gate The alarm alter the Lenoro rai was mnwdcast and Sheriff AxeUn started from nearby Maryhall Count He headed the gang off but was sho and SHled The bandits went i Peace officers th-oughout the cen il pan of the state were Joined b lizen vigilantes and closed in fro all sides 'i-ppoms the bandits wi: at the farm of JaVe loege half mile from HI. Two ol the bandits, including tti one seriously wounded entered th locker house The other two. 01 said to be the leader ran back the house and Into a cornfield. Surrounded the leader, carrying sub machine gun, committed police coulld reach him. H companion surrendered Farley Urges All PatronageBeHandlec By State Committee Washington Jan IB OP) fo-mity In Federal patronage district tion by clearing all appolabnen through state Democrat'c ccnmittc is recoTimended by Gen The national party chairman mad Mlnton, Democrat, Indian copies of which were sent to the res' of Indiana A Democratic CongressJtra delegation Farley said tbe policy of clearin everything throuigi the Democratl had Torked in he enabling Democratic leaders ieep a careful record at headquarters and "determine almost at a gitin how the different counties are farin In the question of patronage." H asked the Indiana group to consld tbe plan World War Cost To America Is Set At Washington, Jan 16 {fpf cost of Wc-ld War to the TJn'ted States wu officially at WO000000000 today Tbe estimate TTW CiscJos-d In the detailed annual report of th Treasury In it, Secretary Mor geaihau flgnred tie cost oT the u folkm. cost to June 30. 1921.... Interest on war debt tntion Settlement of war claims This dOM not include somethin like 000 in war deb' oved tbe United Atatec bj foreign nations. Wirephoto of Fisch Family at Hauptmann Trial Three More Experts Say Hauptmann Wrote Notes Defense Tries in Vain to Turn Suspicion, on Dead Fisch Discrepancies Shown Souder Admits Slight Dif- ferences in Hauptmann and Xote Writings on T T-m 18 (VP 1935} Three raor Qiatf experts todar insi-ted Bruno Rn-hanl Uauntmsnn the wruer of the L rdbersh random notuS buf tae defence striking at the uead scored sluhtl in a figV to tabl sb reea Hanpnnaim s admittea hand- writing and that, Tound m tba notes Ccrar1 at 1233 M, jcbino-d Va. WLmer 
                            

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