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EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1935. t "-•-•- • • ••• •• - •-/ - - -•. - .. 1*HB PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, f New Romance k Is USE OF HAUPTMANN'S -;•;-• TOOLS WILL BE CLAIMED -'•• "to WILLIAM A. KINNEY (Copyriirht, 1936, by the Associated Press) -'» N. J M Feb. 4.— barred shadow of the IJnd- kldnap ladder once more fell ^,^-eiy across the Bruno Haupt- iijfthn trial today as Jersey prosecutors, armed ; with new informa- tioii obtained In week-end investigations, marshalled a relentless attack on defense alibi evidence. As the trial resumed in what some thought would be its final Jyeek, the prosecution professed to haVe uncovered damaging circumstances attacking Hauptmann's de- mftl that his tools and lumber fashioned the ladder. %e spearhead of the new ladder attack again will be Arthur J. Koehler, federal wood expert. The state indicated he will take the stand in rebuttal testimony. It' was Koehler who traced the lumber Used in the ladder to Haupt- mftnn, and who gave expert testimony linking tool marks on the wood to the Bronx carpenter's tool kit. 'This time a small pine wall bracket, the prosecution Indicated, will be the material for Koehler's testimony. Koehler, it was said, through microscopic examination traced the tool marks on the bracket in the Hauptmann garage to his plane. .The state was prepared to use this information to meet Haupt- ni^nn's allegation he had not used the plane sinco 1928. By Hauptmann's own admission, the garage at his Bronx home was not built until after his California trip in 1931. Koehler's evidence will tend to prove, the state believed, that Hauptmann used the plane as late ai; 1031. This testimony would support Koehler's contention that the tool marks on the Wood in the ladder were made by Hauptmann's plane, and would attack the truth of Hauptmann's whole denial to using tho tools. The prospect of a new court battle over the ladder somewhat overshadowed the return to the witness stand of Peter Sommer, the defense "surprise" witness who in- ferentialjy linked the kidnaping to Violet Sharpe, the Morrow maid, and, Isador Fisch, Hauptmann's business partner. Both Miss Sharpe and Flsch are dead. • •A continuance of withering cross- examination by Attorney General Da.vid T. Wilentz faced Sommer. Wilentz had at hand the results of a.n investigation of the defense witness' background made during tjip week-end. >'."r:will 'prove conclusively that the . dahgling on the witness flwlild was somewhere else at the iMine'," Wilentz announced. "It is fnj':: belief that testimony will be toftj'fluced which will indicate his as- fi&Hlcns are not worth the time to ' ' the them. ,:."<!| think his entrance into case Is a very ugly incident." \. Associate prosecution counsel said Investigators had dug up records ih^alcatins; Sommer was a profes- Sidhal witness and that he had received medical attention for ment&l disbrders.- : Despite! tlia denial issued by her son, John Coolldge, Washington social circles .keep alive the rumor tbat Mrs. Grace Coolidge, at top, widow o£ tho late president, Is engaged to marry Everett Sanders, below, secretary to the former chief executive. Shouse Assails Work-Relief Act As Dictatorship PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 4 (/P) — Jouett Shouse, president of the American Liberty League, asasilee the administration's $4,880,000 000 work-relief bill today as "the most revolutionary, unjustified and unwise attempt at absolute delegation of legislative authority to the executive ever witnessed in this country." If it passes congress and goes unchallenged in the courts, he asserted in an address prepared for delivery to the Philadelphia Country League of Women Voters, "it is a certain indication of the disintegration oi the form of government under which wo have lived and in which we have professed to believe." "The issue," he added, "is whether democracy shall continue to Wold sway in this republic or ' Greatness Is Explained by WTSTC Lecturer ..'.CANYON, Feb. 4.—"The center of the'world has -moved from the At- JlHJtic to the Pacific, and the im- pflflant world problems of this century promise to be those of the Faj 1 East, 1 ' declared Dr. No-Yong Park in an address here. 'Dr. Park, 'author, Harvard scholar, 1 and lecturer on Oriental subjects—declares that people who believe that Japan is a weak country have been misinformed and that those who believe that Japan jitas no industrial future have failed to realize that she has almost unlimited- water power, that the people have "a simple mode of life, and that Japan Is better organized than t-hj) United States to. compete in World markets. , : :^.Statistics are misleading," said ~", Park, ''for instance, statistics fer mention the value of Japan's ling waters which are almost united in extent and which are as valuable, acre for acre, as gardening in the United Japan imported no food for . Vth&t whiph she has in stor- would amply provide for her ,_ population for all but one .... one-half days of the 365." ,'lJr, Park, who has, recently re- fuifned from the Orient, was on his , to. California when he stopped jqr, a brief Visit in Canyon. He was my-oduced here by Dr. C. A. plerle prthe chemistry department of the •typst Texas State Teachers college. J3r. Pierle lived m^ny-years in China, T '•" -rW . . *»T r— SOMETHING EXTRA SPECIAL 'CHICAGO, (/P)—The secret pock- e^s street car eonductor Louis Abel sewed In his uniform pants to keep hj.ni a step ahead of well Informed rofebers. •jphree of them took his coat and Change ease, mush to the chagrin of company officials who thought |^f' safety innovation of hidden fid^t ppckete ya§ gping to be a sweeping success. thpir _.. -.„ — — ,^, _„J^,M««.W w- bureaucracy will take its place." The measure is now before the senate committee after having pas ed the house. j*• Attacking the provision of the bill giving the president wide---authority to allot work-relief expenditures as he saw fit, Shouse charged that it was "railroaded" through the house "without adequate hearing by committees, without the opportunity for adequate amendment or revision." •»• Potential King Of Hungarians Is Almost Drowned BUDAPEST, Hungary, Feb. 4 (/P) —Archduke Albrecht, the potential king of Hungary, barely missed death today while ice boating on Lake Balaton when the ice broke and an accompanying ice yacht plunged Into a fissure, drowning five ice yachtsmen. The ice weakened by unusually mild weather, suddenly was split by enormous fissures. Watchers on (he shore saw the ice open and the archduke's ice-yacht and the other boat racing directly for the open water. A snowstorm blew up, cutting off the scene like a, curtain.'*-' A few minutes later the snowstorm faded, showing only'an expanse of open water where the yachts had been. Albrecht's yacht was doing railts an hour when he and companions found themselves on narrow lane of ice with water on both sides.- ^Vn enormous ropkpile rose up through the surface and blocked the way to the shore. By skill and luck, however, the ice-yacht was swung around the rocks and guided on to the. strong ice at the lake's edge. Despite the danger, rescue parties started out from the shore from which Albrecht last had been seen. Even as they got under way, hlow- ever, the telephone rang, and the voice of the archduke himself told the rescuejsthathe..,wa4 safe. Use News classified advertising. M. P., . Autoifciobi Short! PAGE THREE MAY REPEAL CLAUSES IN VERSAILLES' M TREATY LONDON, Feb. 4. (/P> — A new scheme to buttress the shaky foundations of European peace, envisaging Germany's restoration to pcmplete equality in the society of nations, commanded the attention of continental chancelleries today, s Product of the week-end's mo- nientous conversations between the premiers and foreign ministers of Great Britain and France, the new formula would provide for a simultaneous settlement, of all the problems which currently beset .European stability. . . The negotiations gave Finance's campaign for security its'most important impetus since the world war in a proposal for regional aerial defense pacts to provide the nations participating with reciprocal assurances of assistance in repelling an unprovoked aerial attack. Great Britain and France plainly indicated their .readiness to .enter into such a defensive alliance and suggested that the other European powers be invited to join. Tile conversations made certain that negotiations with Germany will be opened Immediately looking toward settlement of the armament and security questions and the reich's return to the League of Nations. The enticing bait to be hung before Chancellor Adolf Hitler is a promise of repeal of the military clauses of the treaty of Versailles. Such a concession would bring a successful culmination to the reichs- fuehrer's unremitting campaign to restore Germany to its full stature as a sovereign power. The French and British governments, sponsoring the new • plan with Italy's approval, are convinced their formula is so fair that Germany must accept or forever be an outcast. By its terms France no longer will insist that the questions of security and Germany's return to Qeneva take priority over legalization of the reich's rearmament. Instead, it is agreed that all problems affecting European tranquility shall be accorded parallel treatment. In making this sacrifice, France obtained from Great Britain the recognition of the security claims which have formed the corner stone of her international policy since the world war. > The proposed aerial defensive alliance signifies that either nation must rush planes to the aid of the other in the event of an unprovoked attack from the air. Germany, Italy and Belgium are to be invited to participate in this defensive pact, but French official quarters insist that England and France will conclude the agreement no matter what action the other nations take. VERNON WOMAN DIES / WICHITA FALLS, Feb. 4: (Pfr— itrs. A. M. Hiatt, 63,/psidtsnif. of Vernon for moie thafa, ^0 jyears, died today is aHiiOetiftaFalls^ pital. Funrfifl services Wli^be^h'el'c omorrow/inj Vernon. ..«-•*, ; S Head COLDS I Put Mentholalum In I / the nostrils to relieve I ' irrMotion and promote ' clear breathing MENTHOLATUM Gives COMFORT Daily If you prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the . NEW Mentholatum Liquid, a Modified ibrmala.tn handy bottle with dropper. future ft« vicious monsters are loose in our Qas Field. { ECAUSE^pf an ill-advised law passed by the Texas' Legislature . in 1933, "stripping plants".are roaring into the air each day a volume of our irreplaceable Panhandle natural gas' equal to the domestic and commercial consumption of the ENTIRE UNITED STATES! . ' . : ."Stripping plants" ARE CONNECTED UP TO LESS THAN 2% OF THE GAS LEASES OF THE PANHANDLE, yet they are rapidly destroying our whole oil and gas field. These plants . . ,. requiring, few, employees,and. little investment or. expense . . . waste into the air 97% of the heating value of the gas to get the other 3% in the form of natural gasoline. Already the gas pressure is down from 430 to 200 pounds in a long strip right through the heart of the field from Lcfors to Stinnett. Since January, 1933, the volume of Panhandle gas' wasted into the air has MULTIPLIED FIVE TIMES! It is estimated that 30% of the gas is now gone; and, also, that at least- 400 million barrels of crude oil ... that could otherwise be" recovered . . . will be left in the ground permanently if the gas press'tire to bring it to the well bores is destroyed. Pictured to the right are the "pop-off" pipes 1 of one of these "stripping plants." Note how harmless these pipes appear; but, ,ar MORE s¥ic PUR- colossal gas JUNDER ^Commission of la through these very ones, was wasted into the air GAS THAN ALL OF TEXAS USED FOR D POSES DURING THE SAME PERIOD, ^et destroyer has LESS THAN 1,600 ACRES OF GAS PRODUCTION, £ccording x t<f a rec/nf Texas R:vl_. report! (?bvio.Uslyj, this 1 "stripper" de-pxyjid^J on"'"" drainage adjacent 1/Eases/foiy'mucti -of the 130,000,000 cubic feet of gas run through/ts nfant/in an "average day. Remember, too, that this is ONLJ OlNjfe^F AHH0EDE of such gas wasters! . These "stripping" plants," under their best contracts, are paying less than 3-100ths of Ic per 1,000 cubic feet for gas . . . and that only to the Ianji;|n4«,r^falty.'0wners rt of i t ^ they i&eitTwere us< total only $3 gas were u ^ and industries, jkhe would be $56,200,0 : ' Vat*""* The state law which permits this appalling destruction of the Pan-r handle's 1 greatest herit- est'natural ga^field, and the second largest oil If all of the gas :1 by them, at cjiwent ,000.' However.JDased on homes otal l New 1935 Patterns in WALLPAER Now on H See Th S09 Softth Bafiard J, W/R0CH At very low prices. For*»»nij rolet, Inn ,, 25c; conde putu, Uuar DUfups, speed' for practical! AUTO S 300 W. Kinsramill. / fftinne 1313 To See omfortably in 99 lease pfiymeHfts' would fc'ent pi^ce&'ffthis same field . . .MUST be corrected — IMMEDIATE- Your job, profes- or Panhandle investment is in utmost danger! Either we s'ave our ;grett Panhandle oil and gas field and all that it means N®W,,. or we lose it . . I f clever I ACT NOW,.. . Jjere k,how' yqu can helps It is essential that our new governor and our State Representatives realize the insistent demand of th.« Panhandlq thg*. gas —"- be halted AT THE PRESENT SESSION ol the l*8isl8tura|; So communicate " 'ely, with HON. JAB. v. ALLBED, Austin, Texas; &nd with HON. ~^~ J '., Chairman, OIL AND a AS COMMITTEE. House of; Reprise, Austin, Texs»S,. insist! that prompt legislative steps be taken to ?top thia„,„,-„ destruction, of an irreplaceable natural resource ever known in tie HISTOJIY 6|» THE WORI&I -Also,.telephone us at 2-4212, or write in. for additional facts and suggestions.' • • . . HANG Note how the "stripping plants" of the* Panhandle are spotted through the field. This assures utmost drainage at minimum lease investment. ON GAS WASTE START TUESDAY! Chairrnan Latban of the House Committee on OiJ Wd ^A^iJSiTO&KrSlf PwhantHe will (start in Austin Tuesday, February 5th, at 7:30 p. wi.; »*if * *^ U*\Citi Y^Ju" T QQ*PTRiONGLY TO BE IN A.USTIN TUFSOAY ANrt TI^ mrf^fijwir 1 *»rC\Jw*5*!*4-» vl 1 l^l^iVw Or TWJS P,ANr»A>NDLE WHO .AR.E PROTESTING RFFf^BF THIfi fffcim OP QUR GAS INTO THE AIR* Your attendance* anH jmnnnff "nt *Ws« u A t,*.; n ^ :« *u^ **»**.«. t. Dn f*J1 1m •****«** W* Wjo*.* this hearing is ** n,os t CONSERVATION

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