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Logansport Press (Newspaper) - July 1, 1931, Logansport, Indiana mi m mm pf1 mmaysmsy iJofewSSn MBER A B c By tAUFER On Sports Beverly Hills VNo news outside those fs making a sucker out world cut here passed reso i asking congress to ex fc them from war nt know what claim have over other de nations unless its that are always fighting so among themselves that vars at once would be a rhip on cm lion is stilcoaxing the h Looks like he will lo give em a bonus cept his plan Yours 00 Find AH Ad Errors By 7 ip a II tof J350 a year by carrier 2Sc in Indiana for 2 weeW THREE CENTS Jrf V f i mm m M FORE f hundred entries were re ft in the theater ad contest tnvoek Ada Smith of Delj tmri MaurineS Wood 2021 i irMarkftt atrcfit Logansport i all thirteen mistakes I werfi found in these C IronfiH Faratry Flrefltono f convpuny Olson Sons j tns Coal and Supply comj t Curl DrompP fry Maurice Conroy John fl H Wilholm f and New York Gets Ready T o Airmen Arrival T e Edmonton Alia June Galty announced tonight that when m CentraLStandarcL e 3 a they will fly to Cleveland 0 Urine on to New York will Edmonton Alt June 30 Gatty tho globegirdling American monoplane clown p ra p m a I4SO mile flight from Fairbanks drenched crowd ol several thousand yards irom the hangarwhere the Hoi on an rho filer tic kola the following Ada Delphi Cecil Forker u I jjnes ancl sped toward thejar side oi tj Logansport Mrs Walton Miss lall 121 Cliff Drive R R 2 anflport AUo 10 Dawson t 11 M R4 roKansiori Miss Mary 6000 mileroute the h 1U2 woodiawn avonuemcn appeared in rest and first were uncer tain when they could con Having traversed approximately ir need oC Miss Tcenio Hohonstein Oeargo sfcrooL City ivhiry GrusonmyRr I52 Montgom city ruurino Wood itinue thoir ilignc Market street City West street Mrs IOUo ox street Porter city er ix Boys About ence Kr n a vor Lognnsport their first pence caravan ovtr In Ernest Shively of Peru d Everett Walsh of Cn ile am appearing before us church and civic orguniza ions herein an effort to arouse interest in tho international peace conference to be held at Geneva in 1932 Walah la a graduate of Man chester rolleee while Shively will be a junior there next year and the two will make up one of 20 1 earns of young people in this sort of work in thrv United Stales this Bummer Vhey theWest Presbyterian church Ninth Street Christla n church and the Temple tonight they ap pear before the Boy Scout units Thursday night they will speak tho Baptist Temple and the Street M 1J ehnrch Sun clay morning they will bo at the Brethren church at BurneUsvllle and Sunday night they will talk at Avenue Metho chnrch Watch Over Piano They woro not tired how oror to supervise closely the operation of a tractor which was required to tow their plane through tnkloclooj mnd to shel ter Tho fliers also declined to enter a limousineto carry them to a hotel until their plane was borthod The pair left Fairbanks at a today fighting rain and miirkyf skips7to complete Bdnipnton in appfoxinintelyten 7Woro glad to be near agai n w here wo dont liaVe to make said GattyIns radio announcars photographers arid newspapermen gathered around tho aviators No Moro Black Bread Tes and where we tlont have to oat hlack bread intenppsed Post I am a little Heedbutother vrlsc I am 0 K said Post oC the flight we had a heavy tail wind all tho way Gatty said he felt no ill etCects from1 a hlow from a 4 propellor Continuod on page 5 column 3 at Work On Last Bridge Pier Work will start this week on tho last pier for the new bridge being constructed at English lake by the Pennsylvania railroad W D Siipplee1 division engineer said yesterday Ono side of tlio new structure will bo placed in service by the middle oTAugust It was said The bridge which has been un der construction for the past sev eral represents a cost of approximately vex ttgati l h puti 1 ic3servic f 1ppinp Telephone and Telegraph wlth itsV elsyen companies close this afternoon wheti aepre seutatives of the companyagreed TelationsV with holdingand supply nThese representatives inform ed members Cvthe commission that they to astipiij latton which would bring close the relationships lietweeii t h e cornpa nies Nvhi cli were char acterized in an order three weeks ago by Commission er Harry K C n th ber tsb n as de Threatened To Act v The to a close a period of lie c tic ex aminations by of various officials of the ies He threatened grand proceedings yesterday when Sam uel To m li Liso n o t Plymouth p res ident of the Winona Telephone company other j companiesde clared on the stand he did notTemernber whether he was an officer director or stockholder of the Intercommunications Cor poration which controls all toil lines ofthe companies Today the hearingcom mission er threatened turn oveiv an Continued on page 5 Holmes Asks 825000 Of Sheriff Suwner TndlaJiapoIis Juno 0 Herbert 35 Wilson Marion oounty said today he would 1nduiment the two men helil for ho slaying of Lafayette A Jnckson with mur derwhile attempiins a robbery rpho death penalty would he man rlatory If this charge is snstain edlraM iaud twenty minutes ployed to cletend and hum ilton late today filed a suit for damages from Charles Sumner with whom a fist yesterday The blows it was said followj od tie sheriffs refusal to permit j Holmes to see his client without n court order The attorney sufj fere da bruised nose and a cut on the forehead Vivian Gordon he York June 30 slaying of Vivian Gordon vice witness remains officially unsolv ed tonightwhen a Bronx jury ac quitted Harry Stein and Samuel Greenborg of her murder The jury after a trial of more than two weeks deliberated fourhours The two men were arrested April 8 more than a month after the body of Gordon alleged blackmailer and rice Inquiry ness was found strangled to death in Van GouTtland park The based principally on the Harry Schlitten selfconfessed cl r I v e r o f the a ut o m o bi 1 e ih h id n the woman wasthat Stein and Greentjerg n man referredtoiii the trial merely as RadeloflM de m m m mm mm m wM m JSSSK wVV is M is xs mi JS Horse Heat Victims I In County Pass 1 Testcrday And Many Animals At Work r InWheat Field Drop Dead Far a hundred Cass county horses and tnules have been done to death by the heat in the past two Veejts it was estimated yesterday Heppe of the Logansport Fertilizer plant tola The j Press last night that his records would not disclose tbfftotai because so many calls have come in that they have several additional take care of them lo tho ffLy last Saturday night there were 54 calls on the Ibooks fordead horses and deaths over Sunday and on brought dozens m ore when the Indianapolis June 30 average Indiuuatan probably can I not see how it can pet any er but gtich is the forecast of Uio local IT S weather bureau for tomorrow for the Eastern and i Southern portions of the state iThe rest of the state also willcon jllnnc o suffer in iho lorrid tem peraturcs of tho past several days I Mondays storms over a largre i pnrt of tho stal served only to I brinp tho omporndires for in hricf period The weather j returned in full force again today deaths being or more vic tims of the present vrnve Considorahlo da ma pro ivas caus ed in sevornl soitions hy Mondays storms Alhany reported psfimatnd at 550000 J iT jiofe of aretoreceive is ciQcisioh wasreacl to thf f vvnth te U L I A f JliiVa Hold Driver After Death in Accident Bloomington Ind Jwne 30 reckless driving and possession of liquor werefiled today against Thomas May 47 driver of an antomobile figuring in a colli in wihich Curtis Busick Or was killed and three pardons injured Saturday hit Bion leans Ht Desier OOCTOK DTFS June 30 Ai Sterne 65 Incli physlctan and national Washington an stand for American much of its optimismover prospects for President plan for a war debtand f repara tions moratorium high cial th6 status FrancoAmerican as serious Another when asfced his opinion of tKe vpoasible out come tell Hope for an been abandoned neurologist died todaysaid as long asthe discussions in of hia brother after J Parts were continuing theUnited I Stateswas not to do present th e n avi ga t But Pang can take lie flying while the oth has a cruising rniles about the PositGatty con take longer 25 miles an hour see the possibility around the world In sbm ewhere qxt would eastern fringe of Si iLWrd would be in Can ada MUSS FARM OWNERS ME ARRESTED Grand Jury Reports Many Indictments In Vice Quiz J i Gary Ind June qutlngisAttorney Robert G EJstllls campaign againsL vice conditions grand inry in dictments today against owners of which alleged ojer his pnrtner of Lake and pTohn Burke Hoiel owner were among ilioseJndjctecl The grarfdMurfc also retnniftd indictments against wo repnbli can county corainlssioners Wil Ijinton Tames K Black Charging official negligence and fraud in connecion with approval fees Ross Smith of Ham mond for inspection of road ma terials Smith was indicted Cor filing false claims Hold for Perjury Gene Carpenter representative of the North State Publishing company of Hammond was in dicted for perjury and conspiracy in connection with bids he fur nished the Lake county treasur ers office We have only scratched the surface Bstill said An alleged police vice conspir acy in Gary will be placed before thp fall grand fury he said 38 Violator Is 38 norbhvvest of living Logansportj ifown9hip ryesterday vviofaJlIoaf the haying a stilK about 15 gal was fouVd n house together of cornsugar two and a half liquor distillery re smell ed jntiitg masbj as he drove He found nobody window i cheap f alcohol Farm Board Will Limit Wheat Sale Washington Tune 30 Farm Board agreed to rught to r limit snlo of stabilization wheat during the bcw crop year to a cumulative 5000000 bushels monthly calls Tuesday thermometer went PO 92 more died ToJay Mr Heppe said NYC told them that we had all we could handle ior this time We had calls from many towns around here 1 never saw any thing like il 1 dont see how it could be the heat because there have been days just as hot in years gone by and we never had such a lot of caUo us this by j fho wontliar rrmn Dealhs Mr Heppe was at a loss to acj rount for the tftiaths He said j however that many calls yesterj AssocinfeT Press All Americaoxccpt tho far west and thn New Knprhind seaboard suffered Tnrsdny fron sirzIlnK tomperaturos a ho swclterini Hpoll invaded slntos the loll of doMths attnhntcd to tho linat n en rod GOO Relief hy Thursday was held out for only hf Else whore there were only rapno not j hopes j Tho wenthor man ran ttio jjraunilet from snow flurries in Cilneipr park Montana lo prn ppratnrcR of neir 110 in tho day were tor horses that died fields holier while working in wheat than which there is no place on a sultry day j The same is true of other j stockv Jiogs by the dozens j and fiheep also suffering untiine rly deaths Oattle seem to be less j seriously affected One inan said Turn to Page 5 Column S Stores Prepare For Friday Sale Merchants of are busy arranging products for shopping clay on Fii a city event which will A high n pressure area over willivc woather prophets said to cool its way cast iCon tin nod nn npp is column 5V day be heroldcd noon when slips good lars worith aie to be Thursday after bills and credit for several dol of merchandise tossed from an airplane over 22 towns and cities in Loganhport trading area Stores will he open Fri day and Friday night but will be Hosed Saiurday the Fourth of July THE WEATHER WEDsESnAY J17TA t Zer a find Whaley at still in tliie cellar he iwould No Inqiana Bank Robbed m Month Jndiatmpplis June 80 Today letter clay in the office of E TJ Osborne 1tl sae criminal lijextor iureaii When tho fifty ended the bur rcpoitcd thnt Indiana had passed an entire nionMi with out a bank holflup inxiously aivaifod the hour of I oclock Ihis nffcrnoon when banking instilutions woulft closed and his hopes were fulfilledt when the day passed uneventfully 6 7 S 9 10 Fair and con tinued warm Wednesday ex cept possibly lo c a 1 thunder storms in south portion unsst tled Thursday with local show ers lower tem perature WKATHUR Royal Centre Weather Bureau Department of Agriculture S7 a a a a a m m m m m 76 SO S3 ST II 12 1 2 3 a ra m p P P i Restraining Order Giv en Roads Dissolved Chicaffo June 30 United States District Court today dissolved a tem iporary injunction restraining the i n I cr s t a t e c o m m c rcc commission from putting in to effect its order lowering freight rates on grain on westerntrunk line territory HMift new vnUs will into feet aj soon ns possible andcon tinne clctcr7uinu lion of the case The order was entered by pellale Judge AVilliani M Sparks and District Judges Walter C Lintley and Charles EWood ward It is not known whether either the carriers involved the gov ernment willseek to carry tho case further WiMiin KigJUs In its findings the court indi cated its lhajt the com merce commission had not gone outside the scone of the inter state rommerce in ordering the new rates which were design ed as a farmrelief measure R S Outlaw attorney for the Alehison Topelcy and Fe railroad said the railroads wonld probably be able to place the new rates into effect within a week m m 7 a m S3 12 Noon 88 so Oi 92 5S prccip nation Midnight 3 p ou Year ago 5iinches Maximum wind velocity ircm midnight to 3 P m miles per hour from south Toiiperatuie Year Ji Maximura 93 Minimum Coroner Cases Now 10 Over 6 month ran the Ten coroner cases during the past ponth ran rne number for of bhe year to 34 ten more ihan were recorded Oennark June efican trans Otto During the past coroner were due to nai causes the remainder re from according records of Dr cases as t double peribd vi Aurelia M Bean Dies Last Night Aurelia M Bean wife of the lateCharles F Rean died at oclock last night She was TS years of ape She was preceded in death by her husband four years Surviving are five children Charles J and Earl J both of this city Mary E McGrath of Los Angeles Calif Phoehe M Orth of Chicago andMaude R Gibson of Indianapolis Ind Mr Bean charter mem ber of the G LA to B of L E Funeral arrangements areto be announced later deaHls investigated attack victims There were three suicides two were killed in au tomobile accidenits two were electrocuted and one death was caused by drowning the cor oners records disclosed The uanisually large number of deaths investiga dinner tioiie by the coroner during the regular page5column 2 I week One huudred fifty members of tbe Kiwanigcluband their fam ilies enjojed the annual picnic dinner and general gettoget5ier held at Dykeman park last night Dinner was served art 7 oclock after wh ich games antf contests were held Wililam Dudley May Glenn Laird and Charles Muehl hausen were on the committee in charge of the The took the noonday place of luncflion the this
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