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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - July 4, 1931, Logansport, Indiana                             ROGERS Beverly Hills Calif July governor general ot Australia Cattys home Australia is prouci Gatty and I arn sure Gat is prouci of fhe post Now beat that for fufand diplomatic wording and say lets give a great i to HJ1 thai fmanc 2ff and made the thing pos sible Never has a promoter re mained so much in the i some other man had backed that thev would have had Gatty i and Post icing in the jump snat parading in New York Itw13 a great combina tion A great flyer a great navigator and a modest backer RESS Red the Daily Advice ESTABLSKED BY THE PEOPLE OF MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE THREE LOGANSPORT INDIANA JUIA Refueling Plane Delays Proposed Flight To Japan Seattle July 3 the Worth ready for Differences Conferees Report Progre ssf Major Points Are Agreed Upon At Conierence Last Might urn H tonight s ronos impatiently fnr Word fn as av waitert j J Jtattern and who a reIn Rdmon n Alia with til trimotorod fueling mi Fi start ft row Corned Rohhins and to postpone start of their 11 inns jrmrnov uniil at I fast Paris July ichieved v jated per 4 Saturday progress ast night at a meeting by the French and atives discussing President Hoover s the Americanembassy informed the Press early today A te accord was reached it was indicated by issuedat the end of the meeting but the points which remainunsettled learned this morning on Mattorn and rirofnor fuol thf Fort Worvh over Ks hanks and acain over const Siberia to rr ot Shoppers of the Logans s port trade area went tor the Friday nightsales event Uvitha willlocal merchants reported at Lime last night The opening was even more successful than on the Day when thousands people visited the stores lay an holidays tormirnnv of To he in business A number dropped nur Thursday inrday by ri i horn The cvards mi to mo hi I ivprage H n1 piiikfd to Mu t S COOL 1AM All outstanding it was reliable authority two now been eliminated and two remain to be settled j These two unsettled points one I of which la believed to concern j the question pf the guarantee fund to be deposited by France the bank for international settlements in the ovont of a Ger man moratorium under the i plan will be discussed ny French cabinet today Mrot Again Tonight The cabinets decision on the two points will be reported to an other meeting between the French and American negotiators tonight 1 Last nights meeting which be al and lasted well into it bo morning was regarded by the Americans as a sort of whiylinf 1 clown process and confidence was expressed this morning that this whittling will continue until a Vomplfto agreement is fashioned i U is believed that an agreement was reached regarding themim her of years during which Ger Imany may refund the suspended annulries Talk You up Plnn Tliero is a clear allusion to the You a plan in tho final praplf of the official statement is sued at tho end of the meeting which says that an accord should b0 arhloved soon on the technical iind financial part of the negotia tions provided other interested powers adhere to such an agree ment Tbis section of the statement is regarded as expressing a Crank irealixation that any element o ilho FrancoAmerican accorrt i which affects the Young plan ANSW RECENT ATTACK THE CHI Theyre Heroes Now Encyclical Denounces Italys Dicta tor And Fascist Party Fair Weather For Holidays Partly cloudy and compara tively cool weather is prom ised for this part of the state Fourth of The high temperature of SO yesierday following nearly two weeks of midninety degree temperatures was welcome Wheat field workers especial ly were Pleased to be able to work In leas sultry atmos pheres Tomorrow will bring a turn of somewhat warmer weather the forecast says indicating something about 90 or slightly less but even that is preferable to what it has been Today should be almost idealfor motoring swimming camping golfing or just loaf lug around Georgian Takes Terrific Walloping And Is Out On His Feet Fourteen Seconds frrom JMid Finhl bv rounds on Sports Pae h mblin down to defeat tonight before the sensational dosin chSe of the black browed fighter from Germany Future Plans Indefinite Will Meet Hoover Next Week New York July 3 woVld fliers Wiley Post and Har old Gatty sought the qmet of Island sound today tor a Vatican City July 4 Satur AP a vjiggrlously encyclical letter Pope Plug XI today presents bis first detailed defense of the disband ed Oatbolic action organization since the controversy between the Holv See and Lhe Italian redeyed with weariness their faces ssr rsjsr some 10 00 OpeAoua cheered ihe two airmen who are shown n of Wir plane the Winnie Mae in a hangar at Roosevelt yacht 61 Willirnn wealthy shipbiutcler Early this mornin Tea ion slugger in to his surprising rout ofthe gallant fense won on a technical knockout and clinched beyond slightest dispute his right to the heavyweight champion ship of the world Stribling bleeitog badly pun ished and thoroughly whipped ivroughout the last halfot the fightT went down for the Urst time from a crushing right band to ihe chin in bis own corner as ihe final few seconds fast were licking off Crowd Wants It Stopped The Georgian was barely abie to get 10 bis feet at the count of nine and as Schmeling rushed him lhe crowd H Todd a smashing finish Appears Likely To Pass Quietly In City i mention by name Still Some Deaths Heat Friday July t Thunder storms movoti iisio li dtana again today other measurn ot the heat wave ih fiery grip on th Temperature enough however pidernble disc n tew more d list of beat drown ings Reports receiv out the Suit that half a dox fatalities iuul occurred ing more thiM tlurt yesterday hot weather 250 Miners Are Put Back ToWor activities and without inuUie Fascist party the encyclical refers to ir cnces and Jolences which place in tit presence of with the participation or mem bers of a political party Nothing Tint Pretext U is clear the letter says that all these accusations against Catholic action are nothing but a pretextwe dare Lo say even the Catholicaction itself is a pretext which was desired and I l I I t J I H u i w CT 1 li cLL ll i Inter receive the approval of LhaL was attempted waB vf ihm instru toar ftway 1rom the Lathouc action society and through this process to tear away troru the ThU conrirmaAion made Mil the more explicit and ca touorkHl wo were almost about tosav solemn and violent by me one who uoi only represents till but who can do all and who confirms it in official or quasiofficial publications dedi cated to the young x x x Meant Tho Once This labter as well as similar statements was interpreted as Turn to page 2 column 6 Field ng they were up and away to Roosevelt field to see howtheir famous plane jWinnie Mae stood the rigors oC flight around the world I i Hopping the plane ovpr lo the Bennett field in Brooklyn i where it was placed on public view they found it in perfect con Idition but still grimy with strains of travel Go Aboard Vmht j j Returning then to Manhattan Post and Catty drove to Stan wildlv to stop it and Referee George Blake of bos Ange es stepped between the two theP Germans token ot Services From Residence tbp signatories ninnt WORKMAN WHS ind July S Knust Ita machinist was over romP bv heat today at his pace of nmiiloymont and died within a few minutes THE WEATHER Partly cloudy probably pve ceded by showj ers in extreme south portion Saturday Sun day mostly fair i and somewhat warmer Hot of Hoy ill Dojiaitnient nurcau Terro H Abe Vales 11 of the announced have been suit of the nie ind July of fnitcd MineWorking toihiy that J50 men nut to a re signini of wage agree 10 m in m in m 12 1 SO TO m m m m m Tire Blows Out Driver Is Killed Bloomlngton Ind July 3 Ear1 Lane 21 of near here was almost instantly killed to day when a tire on his automo bile blew out causing the ma chine to overturn Among the first visitors at the citv morgue was Miss Ruth Ep som also of near Bloomington Vn Indiana University student who revealed she had secertly wed Lane two weeks ago At 4 Oclock Funeral services will be held this afternoon for Mrs Grace M Chase widow of Dudley H Chase who died Tlvinrsday eve ning The rites will be conducted from Uhe Chase home at North street at t oclock the Rev Edward Hoffenbacher of Trinity Espiiscojnil church in clharffe Buirial will take place in the family lot in Mt Hope cemetery Pallbearers were announced evening as follows Earl Moss Edward Hankee Edgar Suyder Rene Cline Paul Hock en beamer ami Frank Amoss Chase SO years old succumbs to complications re sulting from a fracture of the hip sustained last March 21 in a fall at heir home YOUTH KURT H was a sudden and dramatic climaxto the championship nat tie fought in Clevelands iicein new stndium on ihe slioi of hake before a crowd es linvted iL 15000 spectators who rontrihuted LO an approximate of one ot the smallest in heavyweight nis torv since tbe postwar Logansport last night od likelyto have a compara tively quiet Kmirth of July Only infrequent boomings sorved notice Tndcpend rnorj Pay once signnl for great noicemnking was at hand Policesaid they had re roived no calls during the evening about the shooting of firecrnckprs in the city which is ngninst the law but here was some liklihood they vouid be busy today No 1iros up were bhnned tn Fourih of July shootings boom Rears Up And Falls Ov er On Him i 11TT IVtf GTKTj KlLI13 D EverettLouderbach 16 son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Louderbach of Star City was seriously injured Thursday afternoon when a trac tor ho was riding upset i The youth was taken to the 529 Cass county hospital where it was with stated that liehad a possible frac ture of the skull and cuts and brutees bate last nipht be was still unconscious Louderbach was operating the tractor that pulled a binder in the wheat fieldon the Lou Galbreath farm southwest of Star City As tbe machine rolled into a heavy tangled strip of wheat it reared and fell backward pinning the youth beneath it and then rolled on its side Galbreath carried the victim to j his home and summoned Dr T 13 j Carneal of Winamac The doctor j brought the boy to the Cass counj ty hospital wherethe extent ofj hjs injuries werelearned I the possihlliy of removing some of Winnie Maes gas tanks so the can fly lo Oklahoma with them If this is done a third pas senger will be Miss Viola Genlry disabled endurance flier who he friended the fliers when they first came to New York to prepare for their flight Post and Catty found enthusi astic crowds wrereever they went todav There were hundreds to cheer them at Roosevelt field and Flovd Bennett airport andthey were cheered all along the streets Turn Lo Page 2 Column 5 tacle crowd third Auburn ind July 3 iel MeGorabsf 5 whose paiants lire south of Fort Wayne was instantly killed today in an auto mobile crash at a cross roads east inenta by three mines near Torre Haute suid this will be incveiised soon Legion Now Has Million Members Indianapolis July li Na tional heaclquart rs of the American leuon announced hero today thiM iis drive for one million members had been nchieved hpe total membership it was sakl was Miami County Has 1 Heat Death Friday Pern Ind July 5 Abraham Miller 70 cl on her farm north of the second victim ot Miami county during the wave Mumidity 7 a m 12 Noon Piccipttatlon Midnight j p m Year ago 00 Maxinuim wind velocitj midnight to S p m 16 per hour from northeast Tcniptinttire Yea M i n i mu m Maximum 70Minimum Trace Inches ironi miles 46 Vanderbilt Engage in Fisticuffe annual Masonic picnic be held as nsual in August this vear it is announced with ihe first naming of committees Tipton lodge No 33 of Logans port will be represented by Tbad Armstrong Carol Hob iberts and John Cotner Others are expected Lo benamed by Orient lodge and lodges in towns of the county The gen eralcommittee will select tbe date and make other arrange ments lo meet expectations the that occupied barely a of the big doubledecKed Scbmeling toss most of tbe ad van tx dope into the lake and band the worst de feat of bis career Uwas the first Knockout the voungAmerican ever bad exper ienced in a brilliant career that made him a veteran of ring ex perience far beyond bis lij years Stiibling Conght tenaciously against steadily ebbing stTongth and the persistent attack of the Cierman in bis courageous at tempt to avoid beiiiR knocked out Me weathered every storm but the last just when il seemed be bad frustrated the German s most determined efforts to land tbe decisive waliop Still On Uis Feet Stribling was still on bis feet groggy and reeling when Ref eree Blake stoppejl the fight aft er two minutes 46 seconds of the final round but the rangy souUi erner was a sorry sight bleeding from cuts around both eyes bis nose and mouth On the Associated Press score shoe i o the title bout Sehm feline was credited with cleancut mnr Continued jWitt And Hamilton Charge Justice Indianapolis July 3 i tion for a hange of venue of the first dcisiree nvurder itrial i charges o Vernon Wtt and Louis Hamilton accused of slay ing Lafayette A Jackson dur ina an attenvpted robbery here May 27 was filed by defense counsel today Tml In criminal court here bail been set for July 13 Judge Frank P Baker said Ire would on she motion Monday In the petition for venue counsel declared there was jvrejudice the defendants here Jackson bead of the Standard grocery company operating a chain in Indiana was as he resisted an attempt to holdup his office Hamilton was arrested at Iola Kas his home and Witt was taker into cutody by officers who kept a watxli ai his home liere Commissioners To Meet Monday County commissioners meet Tvfonday for the regular July session witlh a bluoy two daysalread of them although the matters pending are scheduled to come up at later special nveetings Tihe board WU1 allow bills Monday and t a k e u p incidental matters Tuesday They wll meet again ate On ive Reno Nov July 3 13 Killmcr of n private protectivo nssocijiUon todny suJtl Oonicliiis Aandcr Jrnnrt Indiana Fourth State on Cattle T B Honor Roll he atin current Vee firom bovine tuberculosls the stat designatedas a modified accredited one Indiana is the foivpth state tn which reduced to one half of one per i Carolina Maine and Michigan oximately 3000000 cattle were 30000 reactors wene removed on July cent or cattle others tested in Indiana About noted cartoonist accused by Vamleibilt of breaking up Ills home meet ing at a mihvay station here early today KUlmcrsaid Vanderbilt raid pono to the stAtion uto bkl toocl bye to Bninigsloa prcsiclout of Ihe Bronx clnnnpei ot commerce New York After passing each eral times hostilities began related when Arno ilcs cenclecl from a rfiihray conch m appealjuice iotainjng on in Milting grin The officsT said Mrs Vnndcrbills nnine was us ed by he two men but thathe could not vefc hem11 VanclcibiM was declared to hnvo struck Vrnowho slipped and fell fitter which iho men separated onJuly 11 Grable to bids Creek and Washington July 3 rates on grain shipped from producing points throughout the West Vae Southeastthe Mississip pi valley and Soutli west were ordered by Drive Horse and Buggy To Fair and Get in Free the fee Tntcrstate isyion to August Tales were Commerce become ef 1 revised Rrminiscent of Hie oocl old days every couiple coming to the CaJ C untv talr xSesday August 18 using a horse and buggy f wrr given to ihe finest taking pan in a pa In addition o that a award of TlO will be jsteppers aad instead of polish ing the automobile the motto will be grease the buggy The first fair of the present as sociation was held in 3914 and at thattime the horse and buggy expect to get out wag still the principal means of transportation Old residents said lat mgnt that the fair grounds was former to page 2 Column 1 under vhfe commissions in vestigation of tbe general structure of the coun in the Hoch S m i t h law Originally they were to have become effective July 1 The railroads elaiming the new schedules would cause lossn running high into the miilions of dollars secured aninjunction last May in court at Qnicago stayed the rttes uni in junction wjs by the court severala ays ago The in original opinion took sos Dizance of i he railronds th at heavy r eductions of rates on would cripole them Conditions Of 3 Reported Better Mrs Agnes Wandrie 13 con fined to the Cass county hos pital for the past two days as result of injuries suffered when a truck in which she was rid ing with an automobile on the George street road was resting easily last night The condition of Mrs Emma Hanna who suffered a fractured vertebrae when she fell from a cherry tree more than a ago was slightly improved Vnthony Fettig 42G Burling toavenue car inspector on the Transport division of the Pen nsv who was overcome by the heat Wednesday was recovering LoganHammond Line Is Refused Indianapolis July 3 Public Service commission today denied the Karns Motor Service authority to operate a freight line from Logansport to Ham mond on the ground that there was no necessity for such service BOY DROWNS Anderson Ind July 3 John Chambers 8yearold of Clayton Chambers was droned this afternoon wSnle swimming in a small creek near his home northeast of this city   

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