! MISTRIAL RULING
Counsel Claims Prejudice
When Weekly Quotes Prose
cution on Guilt.
(Continued From Firjt Page.)
he was skeptical of the authenticity ο
Curtis' negotiations until Curtis toll
him he had seen some of the ranson
bills in the possession of the gang witl
which he was dealing.
Lindbergh Ignores Statement.
As the Curtis statement <«.s read b;
Lamb, Col. Lindbergh was wi iting busU;
at the prosecution table. When Laml
read of "John's" defiant remarks ther
was a murmur of angry disapprove
among the spectators, but Lindbergl
himself did not look up and apparent!
did not even hear what was said.
The statement went on to tell th
way in which Curtis said the kidnaper
told him they stole the baby.
It quoted the kidnapers as tellin;
Curtis on one occasion that the bab
was "all right, except it won't pay at
tention when called."
During the frequent mention of th
murdered baby Col. Lindbergh kep
his head bowed over his writing. Tn
face of Betty Gow, the baby's nurse
remained impassive after one startlei
look of apparent indignation.
Capt. Lamb said this statement wa
completed by Curtis at ρ a.m. May i:
the day after the baby's bcdy was fount
Wanted to Go Along.
Lamb testified that when detective
were assigned to go to Cape May an
Wildwood. N. J., to check up on some c
the details of the statement Curtis ex
pressed a desire to accompany them.
"Can you locate the houses and per
sons you mention in your statement?
Lamb said he asked Curtis.
"I'll try," he quoted Curtis as replying
Other witnesses have told how Curti
did go with the detectives and was un
able to find the kidnapers or the house
where he said he had met them befon
Curtis said in the statement Lam
read that the kidnapers had planne
the kidnaping 35 to 45 days in advanci
that thev entered the nurserv bv a lad
downstairs and were let out of the j
house by a member ol the household.
"Had Inside Help."
"They had inside help," Curtis re
, ! ported he had been told.
I Col. Lindbergh and his three ser
■ vants—Betty Gow and Mr. and Mrs.
Ollie Wheatley—heard this evidence i
j with no show of emotion.
Under examination by Harry Stout,
legal veteran whom the defense tried to
ι have ousted from the case before the
' 1 trial opened, Lamb told of Curtis pick
ing a picture from the Newark. N. J.,
rogues gallery as that of "John" of the
kidnap bandl The subject of the pic
ture, he said, was found to be an inmate
of an insane asylum.
Was Allowed to Sleep.
Stout interrogated Lamb as to treat- |
ment of Curtis after the baby was
! 1 "Was Curtis allowed to go to bed
when he asked?" he inquired.
"He was granted that privilege," !
' j Lamb replied. "He only expressed a ;
Lamb then read a second statement I
by Curtis, which told of the entrance
' into the case of Admiral Guy H. Bur
rage (retired) and Dean H. Dobson
j In this statement. Curtis said one
of the kidnapers, Olaf Larsen, also
Î known as "Dynamite" or "Din," bore a
strong resemblance to Col. H. Norman
, Schwarzkopf, superintendent of State
1 "Larsen had dirty brown hair." the
statement read, and Schwarzkopf stared
; at the witness.
Definite Group Suspected.
, Out of the trial has come a dls
; closure that police have a definite
, group of men under suspicion as the
kidnapers and murderers.
. Speculation regarding who they
might be and whether an arrest was
5 near shared interest with the progress
of the trial. The disclosure came from
' tight-lipped, wary Prank J. Wilson.
' j internal revenue agent, who is credited
! with helping to put A1 Capone behind
bars and who now hunts the baby
* Pressed by Fisher, Wilson refused
1 on the witness stand yesterday to di
vulge the identity of a certain man,
his object being to shield a trail the
; authorities are hotly pursuing.
Declaring Curtis' stories diverted
attention from important clues, the
witness said the "interviewing of a
s certain man at a certain time." fol
- lowing Curtis' suggestions, might have
s interfered with the apprehension of
'· the gang.
3 The "certain man" was not sus
1 pected of the crime, but was "in touch
, with others whom we strongly suspect,"
- Wilson exDlained.
would it affect the people he's in touch
with?" asked Harry Stout, attorney
aiding the State.
"I think it would." Wilson answered. <
Curtis' counsel battled hard to drag
the name from Wilson, but he flatly
refused and, after Lindbergh held a
whispered conference with the State
fo.rces, all reference to the mystery *
man was stricken out, the State con- '
BLOOD POISON VICTIM
AWIATS SERUM SUPPLY
Plane to Rush Medicine as Soon
as Laboratory Completes
By the Associated Press
BERKELEY. Calif., June 30— Fred
Daugherty, 24, lay critically ill with a
rare fcrm of blood poisoning here yes
terday with his chances for recovery
probably depending upon the delivery
of a serum being manufactured in Cin
"It's merely a question of whether [ J
the patient can hang on until the serum
arrives," said Dr. H. W. Crane.
Dr. Crane telegraphed for a new sup
ply of the serum after exhausting the
first shipment, which greatly benefitted
Dr. Williim B. Wherry of the Uni
versity of Cincinnati Medical College re
"Supply gone. Process very slow.
Working steadily and will rush by air
plane as soon as possible."
0. K.'S ALTERNATE JURORS
Hoover Signs Bill to Reduce Fed
eral Court Mistrials.
With the signature of President I
Hoover, there was cnacied yesterday a
law which provides for alternative
jurors in protracted Federal criminal
The two alternate jurors would be
subject to the same rules as the regu
lar panel and would be drawn to serve
in the event a regular juror should be
The new law is intended to prevent
mistrials because of the illness or death
of a juror.
France will spend nearly $21,000,000
on port extensions, improvements and
MARKET CURB ASKED
3ouzens Introduces Bill Against
Pools and Short Selling.
Operation of pools and short selling
in the Stock Exchange would be pro
ilbited under the terms of a bill intro
iuced in the Senate yesterday by Sen
ior Couzens, Republican, of Michigan.
Couzens' bill would require every cor
poration with capital stock of more
Jian $200.000 to report its earnings and
jther operating data to the commis
sioner of internal revenue four times a
The corporations also would be re
juired to file the stock holdings in
;uch companies of all officers and dl
OUTING IS PLANNED
Employes of Scholl's Cafes to Visit
An outing of the Sholl's Cafe or
;anization is to be held Monday at
he Casa del Rio resort on the South
liver. The four cafeterias will be closed
ill day and the entire organization of
!50 employes, with their 'riends, will
le the guests of Evan A. S-ioll.
U. S. OFFICERS MOVED
Mexican Claims Group and Radio
Headquarters of the Mexican Mixed
Claims Commission are being trans
erred today from the Investment
3uilding. Fifteenth and Κ streets, by
he Public Buildings Commission to
he Federal-owned Winder Building,
Seventeenth and F streets. This move i
will save the Government $2,583 an- \
nually In rent, officials said. ι
Last night, the government started to t
move the radio division of the Depart- ι
ment of Commerce from the National ι
Press Club, at Fourteenth and Ρ streets. ! <
ι to the Interior Department Building,
rhere the Federal Radio Commission
ras recently Installed. The moving of
hese two units saves Uncle Sam $54,000
.nnually In rent, officials asserted. The j
adlo division move Is expected to be ι
ompleted by tomorrow.
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