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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - June 27, 1931, Logansport, Indiana                             TrT m FRIENDS 14 1921 11 Beverly Hills Calif JUTieiVQL n NO 11 Mellon has got tough job He has to go to Pans and explain to the French that Hs Germany didn t pay anything for a year Now when you start in fetelling France something Germany thats kinder politics to Calvin Ooolidge It cant be done France will say Thats finea Mr Mellon from Pittsburgh angle but we happen to live right across the river from em and we know whats going tohap pen to us soon as they are able again What are you do shorten our lives one year Yours LOGANSPORT INDIANA SATURDAY JUNE 27 1931 Storm Causes Near Low Record is low season works small ov Despite tho heavy days a ceo Eel river second timo this summer er than usual for this Officials of iho water plant said hat only ft nmoiMvt of water is flowing CM the darn at thn water works Ttlant Although a large amount o rain foil recently the ground was suid to be badly in need and little water Broached the river MOXJJi IS Vinconnns ind iitne2fi Lawrence OConnnll IS of Terro Haute died at a hospital here to night injuries ho received lasr night In a boxing bout with Cyril Shupport Indiana Temperatures Run As High As Official 104 At Vincennes 97 m Capital T immediate relief from Indiana and the iddleest the past several clays was held out in todays forecast A storm approac prospost 95 Here Friday Again A Record Thn Kononil hent wavo which struck Lopnnsport and vicinity several rtnys HffO and has more or less dominating since hnraum sMIl nioro se Tho temperature reneherl a point which was bc liovcd to bo tin all Unio record fornno A word inp tn Mio Koyal COIIUM weather bureau tliii mercury loaperl to 05 ox ccMflinff JN f1ofrecs of rliursflay r or Oharles Vernon Witt 24 of fndianapolsJuno 2b anapl her toniBht Hamilton held at lola Ivaa staged an c unrp nrpsident in which layette A Jackson chain store grocery itore rriu declared Involved only him and Hamilton Previously a heliovod tolavc driven reau The effectsof the nor thern storm would not reach here before Sunday or Mon day if at all the bureau said The xheat has caused four deaths in Indiana In the last two days Mrs Uira Stewart 54 of mother of eleven chil dren was the latestvictim Tho thermometer reached a record height in Indianapolis IQY the season reaching 97 degrees at 1 p m J04 At Vincennes Vincennes reported the highest temperature the day AB Brou iletto weather observer there said the official thermome ter registered 104 degrees In vicinity the heat damaged pavement several spots having blown up during last night and today Bloomington reported 1 01 while the century mark was reached at GrawCordsville A prostration was reported at Marion and one at Hartford City ST3TSRKCORD Pittsburgh June 26 deaths and several thousand dol lars worth oC property damage were the toll of a severe electric and windstorm which struck today it was the second in a weekand therainfall 123 inches in tilteen minutes brokea Pitts burgh precipitation mark set in 1903 Off 0Cour1 Carriers In Last Drive are not what they seem are usually sad time you see a Case Definitely Settled Money Bonds Will Change Hands He re Tuesday They wrote the Market street bridge litigation on cir mhP iniunciionsuitmea last fall by a compromise enfered by E Pruitt Del phi by the defendit county commissioners and A 3150 Otto Hillig pilot ed out 60000 mile trip OTer water moaily was by York statebusiness man and Holge Hoirns in their Atlantic joyaide Copenhagen turn strong to welcbraVthieriiyesterday hunted said tomohilo in which Jacksons an s escaped was Hamilton Is confession police named Hamilton us the IMIU C fired thn 15 calibre pistol bullet that killed Jackson rlGclared he was carrying a savrcd off ahotgun during the robber in the hip in an exchange oC hots with an officer who entered the officer Detective Charles A Bauer who also was wound ed Identified yesterday as hi man who shot him Hamilton vas wonndod in the forehnad Witt said Indianapolis Sfflcers loit Tola tonight with Hamilton Both Hamilton and Witt have been charged with first degree murrtor in indictments returned by tlu Marion county grand jury eiOCRATS OF CASS ORGANIZE COUNTY CLUB TORONTO FEELS IT Toronto centers were recovering tonight from one of the severest storms the district has sufCored in years Damage was particularly heavy at Chatham where a gale of cyclonic proportions disrupted Continued on page 2 column 4 THE WEATHER Democrats Hear Tele gram From Shouse June 26 Sbottse chairman of tho Demc rratic national executive ronnnit tee tonight warned Indiana dem ocraticeditors meeting hero that the prohibition question could not boevaded in the 1932 canv The statement wa made in a telesmm Shouse was nnahle io attend the rnocung Senator James Hamilton Icwis i of Illinois principal speaker toj night and Mrs Nnllie Taylor j Boss former governor of Wyoni ing attacked President Hoover s j administration Mrs Ross endorsed the action ofPresident Hoover In urging a ono year suspension of tho pay ment of world debts Henry Kammerer Chos en President of Group Last Evening The Casa County Democratic Club was formed last night at a meeting of some U5 democrats representing thirteen of the out townships aTHi all five Logans port wards Thp organization session hem In the north courtroom will bo followed by others of business nature and to complete tho or ganization but the plans later call for bpth political and so cial gatherings and the forma tion of a womans auxiliary when tho club acquires a permanent meeting place Klocfc Officers i Henrv Hammerer wan elect loci president of theClub Oliver p ETbaugh Tipton township vicepresident Arthur Buchanan Noble township treasurer Charles 0 Brown Logansport j secretary A sot of bylaws and constitution were adopted last night j A committee composed of James Winn Cleo Tousley and Robert J Arthur was chosen to JWB 27 Mostly fair Sat urday ax c e p t possibly 1 ocal thuaderstor m s warmer partly sloudy and con timied war m Sunday th un derato r m s by night S W1BATHJEP Royal Centre Weather Bureau Department of Agriculture Greet Danes When They Land In Copenhagen p ano Sy down on Oopetthawn airport where imraedatly they became thecenter noisy n person waited then al3 Commoner as well as king did tliera honorthe commoners tb county commissioners in spe session were signing a new issue of the bridge bonds totaling and these will be delivered next Tuesday to theUnion Trust Fletcher Savings Trust bank both of Indianapolis who made the best bid for th em last October The buyers asked for the new issue of bonds to get names of thepresent board on them Carl Miller having replaced Lora Wil son from tnie thirddistrict last January 1 Also before judgment WAS entered in the court docket Miller wns replaced by Wilson as one of the defendants Mr Holllday head of the National Concrete company yesterday and took proceedings AVI I Pay The exact amount paid by the banks will be The county saves by the de lay Interest to the extent of 200 has become due since the bond ordinance was adopted and the bid of the hanks was SSOnoO willh a premium and accrued interest The in terest on the bonds is four per CeiThus on next Tuesday the National will receive its money Cor bulking the bridne which stopped was part here in the OPEN BIG SHOE STORE TODAY Tho work of stockingttoe Big Shoe Store was completed yes terday and everything is in readiness for Uie opening ihis morning The store has one of the most distinctive fronts in north ern Indiana and attracted hun dres of visitors yesterday and last night Over twenty sales people have been employed to care for the crowd todny Souvenirs will given according m D L Haalen tho manager Things not Last things Like tho last friend But the last wcok and tho last few days of thp lasl week happy days for tho sixtycarriers of the bogansport Pro with the launching of the final drivo Friday morning in their prear subscription getting i And Friday they drovo tho line forward with a yen eoanco Kurd Todny Today Saturday the race for new business will he pressed with renowcd visor all over the terri tory served by thoPress Ninety per opnt of thf carrier boys will bi out lendinga helping hand to vho scant few who have not yet realized the last subscription 5n their effort to pet their quota d this helping a buddy go1 on this trieat trip is bringing about some really fast friend ships associations that will count in the future for the pal spirit is showing itsolf everywhere Mnny Signed Yesorday If Fridays work i a criterion there are some heads of families in Lopnnsport with thai spirit well developed for the Imstlinp carrier sniesinen found a friend ly smile and a ready signature in more than iwo score placos What will Saturday brinff forth Woll the carriers are hop 1 Continued on page 2 column 3 Lebanon Ind June 20 rtio return of ludcc Joftn W Hornadav from his vacation probably Monday Prosecutor Bnn M said here tonjglu the Ooone county grand jiuy would be SlTei to starl an investigation into the poison deaths of the Sim mons sisters Virginia 14 and Jean 10 at n family reunion picnic t Sunday questioning of persons who attended the fatal outing will be continued a i Greenfieh tomorrow in an attempt io obtain ja definite clue as io who JEAN DARLING TO SHOP HERE Little Actress To Local Stores Visitj Jean Darling little blond lead ing lady of Our Gang shows s gotag ashopping in Logans port Moriday For leading ladies must keep their wardrobes up Sdale and Jean has proclaimed thatshe wants to buy things in Ldganaport She believes in dressing up in best bib and tucker when she goes shopping andin order tobespic and span shes going to have he hair brushed and her nails tiled at the beauty shop of Mrs W it Kile 525 East Broadway at 11 oclock Monday morning From there she will go toNational Bel las Hess 418420 East Market G 7 8 9 10 m m m m in 77 SO 84 87 90 11 12 1 m in m m 92 93 93 95 95 7 a ra HumiclJty 77 12 Noon Precipitation Year Maximum wind Robert J Arthur was chosen j idnight to 3 P r make arrangements Eor the next rQm wegt meeting and to seek a place for TempCrHture headquarters for the Maxiraum Officers of tiho CJub said they i expected to have a membership jof 300 to 500 by this fall when active program pt meetings would be carried out Appllca tious for membership wore hand ed out last night and will bo available to any county Demo crats 30 inches velocity from 3 miles per at the home at oclock Then utrt 15 oclock shejs going to the Big1Shoe Store 40 BroadwayvAndhow she loves to trjr on shoes Jean willbe at the Logan theatre on Sunday Mon day andTuesday BODY Indianapolis June lice were dragging White River ear the Oliver street brrGge to night for the bbdy of an uniden tified boy whowas seen to drown today the king by conferring knight hood on Hoiriis who was horn in Denimark The fliers tried to get a little j rest in their hotel room but so i miuchY todo was made over them it was impossible If they so much as showed themselves at a win dow the throngs in the streets I cheered lustily V j The happiest person participatj ing in the welcome festivities was j the mother of Hoiriis Tells About Trip j it was necessary to climb togreal heights to get away from bad weatherover the ocean Before leaving he explained we understood that weather roiij dltlonsalong the southern route were better than along the north ern route With this T disagree We didnt see water for 17 We travelledat about 12000 feet most of the way thought we were heading toward we intended to j cross the channel and come up the coast of Europe Finally I saw i some houses which Hiliig thought were I recognized Continued on page 2 column 5 Sinks In Lake At Chicago Chicago June 26 person was drowned tonight when a 40foot cruiser the in Lake Michigan half a niile off shore opposite the Edgewater Beach hotel Three others persons were reported rescued The boatcaught on fire and sank soon bv the syil because it saler of he bonds The Nation1 al willget the contract after iho the cost of building several small bridges in the coumly con tain ing poison in ARDMORE JURY FATE W E GUESS bOCS 10 Last Night Bed At Oclock Aixknore Okla June 2fi The iurv deliberating m me i ini of W B Guess for murdeir trial 01 u mer Carter county deputy sbei m ort trial for the silaymg Fmilio Cortes Rubio student kinsmanof president of Mex ico retired for the mrfit at p without haMno reached a verdict Tuclge B instruct edthe iurcss to work as late as they desired and to report at 9 a nv in the morning jury received the case at 7a1 p m tonight Look at Weapons At 1C p m the jurors return ed to th1 courtroom from their and asked to view Ohe pistols of Cortes Rubio and Man Gomez also slain the night of June 7 last ns the boys stopped their car m a dlential section she re en irouUeto Mexico from a Kansas college Cecil Crosby nnother former deputy also is charged with the murder rft the two youths but Guess was tried first for the Cortes Rubio slaying only capsules chicken caton by the girls Mrs John W Simmons mother of the remained in BOOHR county jail tonight Makes StJKoment While authorities suid valuable information was gained at the in quest they attached more signi ficance to a signed statement of Mrs Simmons She concluded a two page late ment T had absolute surveill ance of the sandwiches from the time I made them in my kitchen until they were eaten with the exception of the time I lie car stood in front of the Pollard home in Lebanon denying in the remainder of the document that she knew how the poison came to be in the food Officers said several witnesses had told ihem the Simmons auto mobile was not approached by anybody during the time it was parked in front of the Pollard home Warned Affftinst Thorn Mrs Emnra Pollard SO of Lebanon one of the honored guests at the picnic was ques tioned today She said while she held a sandwich in her hand the victims father advised her not to eat it saying they taste hitter Lon Faulkinbury who said he was walking in the park when the picnic was in progress testified Mr and Mrs Simmons were mak ing no effort to treat their chil dren when lie approached to aid Horace Jackson Greenfield farm er lying on the ground in con vulsions Chalmers Party En Route Home From Reunion in Wreck s lie Woman Hurt A Machines Collide Monticello June 26 Special Eleven people were injured at in oclock tonight when a car wilh 12 passengers left the road five miles south of here on the old Ward road and landed in a dredge ditch Those injured are members of the Charles Bel dridge family of Chalmers Ind Mrs Beldridge received the most serious injury a fractured hip two of the small boys sus tained broken legs and the re mainder of the party suffered severe cuts and bruises One nf the wihose name was not learned escaped injury The victims were rushed lo thV St Elizabeth hospitalat Lafayefte in uhe Prevo Miller ambulance Preliminary medica aid was given by Drs Coffin and Williams of Monticello The accident occurred when the driver returning from a re union was hi indied by lights of an approaching cair it was said causing the driver of the Bel dridge macfhine to run off the bridge With Mrs Beldridge were hor three daughters Doris Mrs Ashley of Detroit and Mrs Hazel Rondoi of Fort Wayne K IT Shonso chairman of the cratic national executive commit tee tonight endorsed President Hooversplanto suspend for one year payment of war reparations and war debts Moonshine Explodes In Valpo Courtroom Valparaiso Ind June 26 lltigans judge and jury wdre given a scare today when heat caused tho explosionof a bottle of moonshine liquor stor ed in the court reporters cabmet OITT IS DARK t Anderson Ind June 26 An accident at the electric power plant Shore tonight od fho city in an hour One man was Injured Authorize Boost In Rates for Gas Indianapolis June 26 The public service commission late today authorized the Hagers town Natural Gas company to in crease rates in the town Hag orstowneffecting Aug 1 from 50 cents per 1000cubic feet to 90 cents WorldTliers Do Siberian Flight Tvkutsk Siberia Juno 27 nrday and Harokl Gatty landed here at noon today JO p m Bastjrn Mandarc time Friday complet inga riight of1050 miles from Xovo Sibiisk and another lep of their round the world flight JIUllo rivllvll uccri uiiiiuu viuvuv In Suggesting YeaitsJarDebU Moratorium DATA 1932 LICENSES Paris June 27 Saturday ffi cabinet was given a vote of confidence by the chamber of deputies this morning on Hs attitude toward the Hoover war debts proposal The vote was 386 to 189 i IK fmThe Frennh chamber ot deputies took a both countries tor aiding Germany and theworld The chamber In one ot O most important debate a long iumo UM down the broad lines alone wWh the government in couslderint President Hoovers proposal i Thlse Hnes a brougM out by numerous spealfer tonsede tatB oMtrfct adherence to Che Young an and the prtocp f sanctity ot unconditional reparations payments hhe onoosition to President made queres of the United States for coming to the aid of Germany and the tlood ot orators MI alir P emier Laval dsmaudiug that the chamber until tKtsf rT r 55 anote from Secretary fo Mrs Elizabeth Shanks 31 was injured yesterday evening when an automobile in which I she was riding and a car op e rated by Richard Roach col Hided near the foot of Morgan Hill o M Roy Shanks who was por CaSS btart the automoble in which the tni woman was injured was at At OoolUl to turn into a laue whenthemJfihapoccurred Ac1 Thl6 1932 automobile license cording to the report made to platjes f0r Cass countywilj num her from 538101 to 546300 according o information received Syosterday by local license bur i eau officials Approximately 8200 pleasure 1 vehicle plates will be received together vrith 1500 truck plates numbering from 106101 to 107 GOO According to a to the State Stimson at todays luncheoji s Louis capiui invested there police Roach attempted to pass uhe other automobile The Shank car was traveling south Barnes Receives 2 Large Contracts for be effective soon owners of TWO large contracts or wil construction of postoinccs iid vi been received by the Jaraes I i Barnes contractinp company ac cording to information revealed last night One of the structures will lie erected at Greenfield Indiana and the other at Boine City Michi gan Mi Barnes said au re quired to produce a tax receipt to get a licenseDickShephard in charge of the officehere said The 1931 plates will be sold for half price after August 1 as in previous years The T6r duction willnot affect or chauffeurs licenses   

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