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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio Always First The Times Recorder fOL XLVI NO 232 opper King Is Summoned toted Philanthropist cumbs to Heart Disease at His Home ZANESVILLE OHIO MONDAY SEPTEMBER today and Tuesday Patron of Aviation and Did Much to Make Flying Safer PORT WASHINGTON N Y Sept Guggenheim copper and philanthropist who millions in promotion of aero- died of heart disease today his home He was In his 75th year and had been ill only two days Mrs Guggenheim and two children larry F Guggenheim ambassador to iba and Mrs Robert W Straus ere at the bedside Another son Col M Guggenheim U S A left for New York from j Washington Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p m at Temple Long known for philanthropy and 4 his prominence in the Industrial Mr Guggenheim gained his greatest public notice by virtue of gifts to aviation totaling In 1326 he founded the Daniel enheim fund for the promotion of with initial gifts of 600.000 He gave other thousands to universities and to aeronautical His aviation enterprises which in- cluded sponsorship of Col Charles A Lindbergh's tour of the United States after his New Paris flight and the country-wide tour of Admiral Richard E Byrd's North Pole plane were based on a desire to help aviation not gain from It When the Daniel Guggenheim fund wag permitted to pass out of this year because the objects for which it was created were considered attained Mr Guggenheim said he FT Elizabeth Morrow's School Ready to Open Circle Heart Of City With New Southern Ohio Public ice Uses 140 Men in Schedule Is Spending Hundreds of Thousands to Remove Fire Hazards 4 teacher on her own this year Is Miss Elizabeth Morrow upper left daughter of Ambassador Dwigh W Morrow Upper right you see the white-painted house at Englewood N J which she has leased as a school for children under the age of 5 Forty pupils are enrolled for the first semester which begins Sept 30 Lower left is the desk from which Miss sister-in-law of Col Charles A direct her school and lower right are two of her assistant instructors Miss Elizabeth Eddy left and Constance Chilton thrilled by the thought of having helped make aviation safe One of its most notable achievements Was a safety contest in which many planes took part For Air School Ha gave to New York for an air school in 1925 He festered the first aeronautical neering school In the south and ed establish the airship Institute at Akron In 1929 He gave some to American school lor the promotion of aviation His interest iu all things pertaining to man's conquest of the air never ceased Last summer it became known he was aiding the work of Professor Robert H of Clark I university in his experiments with rockets designed to pierce the upper atmosphere to gather scientific Before retirement he was the pre- ding genius in some of the largest business enterprises the ui Smelting and Refining company the world's largest producers of metals Born in Philadelphia be was one of seven brothers who remained er until they were considered to con- trol about half copper mines and smelters of the world Mr Guggenheim returned from Eu- rope Sept 15 Previously he had turned over the direction of the Guggenheim Interests to Hurry F j Guggenheim Raskob Ring Recovered Part Of Loot in Newman's Cache Tried to Save Pocketbook Lost His Life Expenditures running Into dreds of thousands of dollars are being made by the southern Ohio Publio Service Co to overcome fire Hazards in Zanesville also to given the heart of the city quate service long needed and Im- possible with old equipment men in three shifts for each are being used In a campaign to rash this work Sunday and Sunday night con- struction had reached Locust and Court alleys In a loop encircling the center of the business district Many Hazards To clear unsightly and hazardous conditions in the alleys ol the or business section of the city is the way A M superintendent of light and power put It Sunday night in describing the new construction The network of wires and poles now existing in the alleys are con- hazardous from a standpoint for at some points it is utmost impossible to raise flro ladders The company also acknowledges their present system of distribution is inadequate to properly meet the demands for service in- the business he said Pin 11 For Many Years The company engineers after carefully surveying requirements and Heads New York Charles H former United States district attorney has been nominated for governor of New Yore by the Republican party Tultle will make his campaign on a form urging repeal of the amendment Bigamous Spouse of er Zanesville Woman Un- der Bond COLUMBUS O Sept I at Mel Identified the ring Us a gift to his daughter Miss Betty Raskob Wife In Custody Tho daughter described the ring to Chester It is of white gold mounting with a large diamond in diamond ring recovered by tbo center encircled with small ty Prosecutor John J Chester Within the diamond circle Jr and his assistants at the time is a cluster of emeralds Two the arrest in Eric Pa several days I other diamonds adorn each end of NAPOLEON O Sept to retrieve his pocketbook after boat capsized Un the Maumee river near here cost the life of Frank 23 of West O Dildine and W W Carron 70 were thrown Into the river when a high wind overturned their boat while they were fishing held to the craft and was rescued ago of James Conley alias Newman was taken from the Beach home of John J chairman of Al Smith's presidential campaign last February This was announced by Chester Saturday night by telephonic com- with Raskob after man In county jail awaiting grand jury action on charges of robbery and Dairying concealed weapons admitted ho had prowled about the Raskob estate obtaining the ring and proximately Raskob reached at his farm home Six Lives Lost as Vessel Sinks in Storm on Lakes tbo ring designed in the form of a circle Mrs Carrie Conley Newman's wife is being held at the county Jail for investigation She was taken into custody Saturday by ty Detective Howard Newman appeared In municipal court Saturday and waived inary hearing bound over to the grand Jury under bonds totaling Columbus Man Killed in Auto Wreck in Kansas anticipated growth of have laid out a system carrying concealed Light Frost Sunday Morning Expect Another Monday Morning Chestnuts Soon The first frost of the year not enough to kill the ragweed nor n bring down the chestnuts Is reported a along the river south of Zanesville Sunday morning A tition on account of n clear night nnd Is Monday morning As one truck gardener stated tidy night ho is making no -i tlon to combat nn early frost for his sass hns been about nil Hay fever sufferers are hoping for i heavy frost and the boys are awaiting a killing frost to bring down t chestnuts fji Squirrels may be hunted easier with leaves off the trees from a heavy irost followed by rain Hickory nnd a are reported but the prospects for are best In If years Blooming chestnut trees in Ohio attracted more at- j tentlon in the early summer than for a year presaging a good crop of nuts I Captain and Bride of Two Weeks With Four of Crew Die The charges weapons find robbery are the out- growth of his participation in the delivery of a pal William Hoffman nn escaped convict from in tbo hotel May 9 Huffman Returned Hoffman a woman nnd the were surprised In the hotel by Van former city U- Joseph Cleary and Charles private operatives Newman 1 1 uic room returning with two He released Hoffman and nnd Van i in- Hoffman later was caught In New a meeting of I York nnd returned to the penitentiary pf for the deaf in Superintendent of the State j School for Deaf Meets Tragic Fate ELLIS Knns Sept vy Jones 70 Columbus O super- intendent of the Ohio state School for the deaf was killed In an bile accident west of here today wife was Injured the district of tion that will adequately care for at least fivo times the present demand for service They selected a type of steal support that is steadily growing in favor iu larger cities and will assure a dependable mid continuous supply of electrical service to the business section The supports only require about the space of old wooden he A number of these new structures in place in Potter alley between North and South streets All nnd other materials arc now on the ground to complete the work they Will push work as fast aa Interfering with alley traffic 03 little as possible Than MO Men on Jot It was Sunday night more than HO men nre being employed on this tho city running from Potter to Court alley arid by Court north again to North street It It expected this new construction will bo completed before the heavy ing season comes Just prior to tne Christmas holiday shopping season COLUMBUS O Sept John W Jones who was killed In an auto- mobile accident near Ellis Kansas been superintendent of Ohio school for the deaf here for 35 years sind waa st Held of instruction authority in his Mr und Jones left here last Wednesday lor Colorado Springs Toledo Women Killed Automobiles TOLEDO O Sept Auto- 1 took the lives of two Toledo women within an hour here tonight Several others were Injured In traffic mishaps during the Struck by an automobile as she with her husband toward their home on the Mainsville road a mile beyond the city limits Mrs nie Parker 57 died before she could be taken to a hospital Mrs C W 30 died of loss of blood a few minutes after she was Injured In a collision of her bile and another car I five Years in Prison for Shooting at Prince BRUSSELS Belgium Sept nando da Rosa Italian j yesterday was found guilty of at- tempting to assassinate Humbert Prince of Italy here last October and I was condemned to five years and to pay the costs of his trial ALBANIAN KING FATALLY ILL ZAGREB Sept i Tirana correspondent of the I newspaper List reported j day that King Zogu of Albania was known to be fatally ill although of- denials of his sickness had been I Issued Tho said he had learned the king had only a very short i time to live and the prospect of his i death was causing great uneasiness In Albanian official circles ST JOSEPH Mich Sept Captain J Anderson of Ington Island WIs his bride of two weeks and the four members of his crew arc believed to have lost their lives In the sinking of the fruit packet North Shore which cleared St Joseph for Milwaukee Friday morning ly before a storm lashed Lake igan The North Shore had a cargo ol baskets of grapes Grape baskets were washed ashore here last night Coast Guardsmen that the fruit packet had gone clown After searching for the ship until late lust night the Coast Guard boats returned to their stations be- lieving that all on board here ished Loss of the six persons on board the North Shore brought the death toll from Friday's storm to 11 persons lost their lives In the sinking or tho barge Salvor off Friday afternoon Nine persons were save from wreck The North Shore was 60 feet long It was owned by W J Laurie of waukee nnd chartered by George Benton Harbor Mich fruit broker Sailors here believed that bodies from tho North Shore would be found later farther north of the eastern shore of the lake since a strong west wind has been blowing Members of the crew of the North Shore Joseph Tekus Cudahy Wls Royal Washington Arthur Peters Milwaukee and John Johnson Two Rivers Wls he Is serving n term for glary Van was dismissed from the police department because of his of- conduct In the hotel Newman's arrest In part has been credited to Van Newman was apprehended In Eric Pa on the verge of a reception being I of deaf schools nn hold In honor of himself and a author of n series of books lor Woman Is Killed When Autos Collide CLEVELAND O Sept 28 Mrs Flossie Buchs 32 of KIpton O was killed and three of her four dren were Injured slightly today when their automobile collided with an- other car at a highway Intersection near southwest of here today HUGH IS ILL PARIS Sept C who was ambassador to France inuring latter part of President last administration critically 111 today at his Paris His American home Is In Wash Mr Wallace hns from bronchitis ltd by brail trouble I See by the Classified Ads Today A firm Is selling highest quality Cheney hammers Is a good work horse for sale wishes to buy ft good Guernsey or Jersey butter cow An accountant wishes work for evenings Apples are advertised for sale There are four good fresh und springer cows for sale Home-grown potatoes are for sale at per bushel A young girl is wanted with some experience at housework A firm announces a change In their location There Is a baby carriage and bassinette for sale over those real estate nds nnd you will find Just the place you want To Use Classified Is To Bo thy Mrs Mildred Healy ncr formerly of whom he had married since his departure from Columbus He posed there ns a man of showering expensive gifts and ies upon the woman As an example ho ordered n new Packard roadster to be delivered tho clay of his capture However he withdrew his posit before tho car was delivered Questioned by Chief of Police ry E French Newman praised Van He is an honest copper He was not bribed although jewelry was ed the man said President's Son Reported Improved in Health ORANGE Vn Sept Hoover and a small party of guests drove to his mountain camp on the today and found Herbert Hoover Jr who is resting there making progress in ing from a touch of tubercular In- fection Mrs Hoover Was already at the camp She had driven down day and found Herbert Jr gaining in weight since her last visit It hns been decided he will remain in the mountains for several weeks more after which future treatment will be determined Aged Man Falls Dead in Heat of Dispute the United nnd Canada formerly was president of the department of special of tho National Education association held Important offices in the tion of American instructors of the deaf nnd the conference of nnd use in schools for the dent Born Jan 25 in ship Adams county O Jones ated from the National Normal uni- at Lebanon O Before lie be- head of the state school In 1895 he served ten years as tendent of public schools at chester Adams county He held n degree of pedagogy from Ohio university Athens and of master of arts from col- lege Washington D C He was pointed an international Juror of awards In 3904 in the department of education at the Louisiana purchase exposition Besides his widow who was ed seriously in the accident Jones is survived by three daughters Mrs E E Spencer and Mrs Edward O quis Columbus nnd Miss Carrie L Jones a teacher of the deaf nt ton O Dr and Mrs Licklider Hurt In Auto COLUMBUS O Sept L F Licklider of Zanesville and Mrs Licklider were injured hero today when their automobile collided with that of Vance Lucker Columbus The Licklider car was overturned Dr Licklider received a wrenched back and his wife was bruised about the body Two Mail Pouches Stolen From Plane Value of Loot One Pouch Registered KANSAS CITY Sept Two pouches of of undetermined value were stolen early this morning from a City National Air Transport plane nt the municipal airport here One of the pouches was Tbn bugs consigned to Kansas were stolen a m while tho plane brought In by E Chicago pilot was left unguarded In the transfer of other pouches by the three night employes ol the airport workers who habitually meet the incoming plane had been called to Fairfax Airport Kansas City Kans to obtain a consignment from a mail ship there Airport employes said they were confident the thieves had not used a motor car leading tors to the belief they escaped by boat on the Missouri river by which tho landing field is situated Five or six persons who had ered to witness the arrival of the plane were questioned To Hitler's Aims American Bankers In Cleveland for Their Convention Solve Mystery of Violent Deaths Near Akron Two Murders and One Suicide Portsmouth Is Visited By Fire PORTSMOUTH O Sept Flro today destroyed the Carl Bauer Lumber company's yards here ing loss estimated by officials at All ot the city's fire ing equipment battled the blaze for several hours before It was brought under control Hugo oil storage tanks were aced for a time but a high wind finally turned the flames and embers toward river bottoms Man Murders Woman and Then Ends Own Life With Bullet President Hoover to Ad- dress Financiers day Evening CLEVELAND O Sept Conscious that eyes of the nation were turned on them to learn their deliberations delegates arrived here lor the opening tomorrow of the American Bunkers Association convention The convention is considered one ol tho most Important business ings held in this country since the stock crash and the business depression The delegates will be in until Thursday night when their principal speaker will be dent Hoover Never the lime more opportune than now for bunking lenders to get their bends together to Interpret the trend of the times and to the safest course nnd may John C president of the Commerce Bank nnd Trust company of St Louis nnd president of the snld liv n message to the delegates More n scoro of committees which u business body composed of hundreds of ers from every section of tile country will report There will be reports of such groups as tho tnx conference economy policy commission Agricultural commission federal legislation nnd federal council commerce and marine commission and tho legislation and the legislative council Ot most Importance directly to bunkers yet Indirectly important to the public will be the of bunk taxation branch banking nnd bank The bankers will consider proposals to statues ing state taxation of national bonks The position of the bankers on branch banking will be reviewed The results of valuable studies made in the bank's research groups on the Im- portant problem of bunk failures and unsatisfactory earnings especially for country banks will be submitted Suspected Slayer Eludes Possemen Body of Pilot Is Found Passenger Still Is Missing Plane of Columbus Man Is Wrecked on Lake Erie in Fog CONNEAUT O Sept body of Willard Parker Cleveland pi- lot was found today on the Lake Erie beach near about four one-half miles from the place where yesterday was found the age of the plane in which he nnd William McNulty Columbus salt had disappeared four days ago from Cleveland airport No trace has been lound of McNulty's body Indications were that Parker a wartime pilot had drowned while at- tempting to swim to after the plane was wrecked hi striking the og shrouded waters The fact that the body bore no coat led officials to surmise he doffed it nnd tried to shore The had been floating In the waters for four days before It was found at n m today Parker's had stopped nt Indicating that less than nn hour elapsed from their ut a m Wednesday before ter overtook them The clock in the smashed cockpit of the mono- hnd stopped nt a m Parker inexperienced nt night Ing over the usually foggy Inke area was employed By McNulty to pilot the chartered plane to nn unnamed variously believed to have been Buffalo Pa or some Canadian city The Curtiss flying service of Columbus owners of the plane charged McNulty was not authorized to substitute Parker for Its regular pilot Officials directing the search for the bodies saw little that McNulty rmd survived The safety fastenings In the plane Indicated both he and Parker had been thrown out nnd it regarded as certain that McNulty too had drowned nnd that body would be washed soon Parker's body found In the shallow water along the shore one and one-half mile east of by Henry farmer und big brother-in-law George Leppala who had read of the disappearance of the men and went out to search for them The body will be taken to Cleveland tomorrow afternoon and funeral vices will be held tomorrow night Mrs Parker of the flier announced burial will be at bus Miss the Parker family home Unfaithful Wife and Lover Charged With Murder of Duped Husband AKRON O Sept surrounding deaths of three Akron persons by violence within the last live was believed solved by of Summit and Medina counties tonight At Medina west of here Sheriff Lymon announced he was convinced after an Investigation Into the deaths of William J Wood 57 former president of the Portage Lakes Electric Light Co and Mrs Frances Metcalf 39 tho man had slain the and then shot himself to death Detective Chief Edward McDonnell and Assistant County Prosecutor George lodged first degree murder charges In court here against Mrs Lulu Esther Barnes 37 and Marshall W Cornell 48 In tion with the death of the woman's husband Clarence R Barnes 43 First culled Suicide Wood's body was found Friday slumped behind the wheel of his parked oil a lonely Medina county rend near Granger Coroner E L crum returned a verdict of Afterward however Sheriff reopened the investigation when it was found that two bullets had been fired Irom the revolver found on the floor of the car and a woman's was discovered on the seat There was but one ict in woods head and police have not yet accounted for the other one belonged to Mrs Metcalf Who was reported by her grown daughter to have gone riding with Wood day When the woman's husband win learned she had not returned Irom Uie ride he asked that a search bo made Late Saturday the body was found in a field near the road east or A blow over the head with a club killed Mrs Metcalf Sheriff ton and Coroner Crum announced club was found near the body Wood Is survived by the widow and three stepsons Mrs Metcalf her husband and a daughter student in u business school ruse Chief McDonnell termed the Barnes another case Motives prompting the slaying he said were Illicit love and the tation of collecting in ance policies Assistant Prosecutor said Cornell and Mrs Barnca will be ar- tomorrow Cornell occupied part of the second floor of tha home where Barnes his wife and a ton Richard 8 resided here Barnes riding In a small coupe which ho had borrowed from Cornell when nn explosion blew It up lost Wednesday tossing Barnes 40 feet Into the air and fatally injuring him Authorities Have been unable to de- termine positively the cause of the Tries to Kill Wife Takes wn Life Cornered in Cabin Shoots Way Out and Escapes Pn Sept George murder suspect who shot his wny through a big posse cf elate police nnd National In the mountains near here yesterday still at night Trapped In n cabin back In the hills with a companion William opened fire from a no He wounded two men liam Fox keeper of air mall con at Rattlesnake and J G Holmes Marine Corps Officer Actor in Grim Tragedy WASHINGTON Sept 28 Lieut Col Richard B Creccy of the Marine Corps was found dead a revolver by his side In a downtown hotel today his wile probably fatally injured from ax wounds Police Bald Creecy attempted to kill his wife and then suicide Creecy and his wife were found gether late this afternoon In their room at one of the most fashionable hotels Creccy was shot through the heart and his wife had been harked with a trench ax She was taken to a pital where doubt was expressed she would recover Creecy recently returned from Haiti First Information when maids received no response to persistent raps for entry nnd the door was BERLIN Sept as tho victory of Adolph Hitler's Fascist i the recent elections has not been followed by a specific description of the third relch he hopes to create on the ruins of the present republic many Germans are consulting Hitler's Fight further light on the party's aims The book known as the German Fascist Bible has done little to clear up general statement of in- ternal political alms before the supreme court at Thursday On tho subject of the Fascist foreign policy however it Is specific enough to make the readers hair to stand on enrt state highway patrolman The rushed the cabin ter a round of shots but broke through the lines and escaped in tho heavy timber and underbrush Dutton was captured searching party made up of about 75 National Guardsmen and a score of state troopers highway and local authorities ed the mountains for the fugitive throughout the night They did not see so far as has been reported la sought In connection with tho recent slaying of a gasoline filling station proprietor in burgh NEW PHILADELPHIA O Sept 28 he was being rebuked by a woman for picking apples on Coal Co cray near northeast ot this afternoon El Hoover 80 fill dead The man had expostulated that he had obtained permission to pick the apples but the woman in- the fruit was hers Coroner J F Lewis attributed death to heart seizure A Fact Each Day About Zanesville's Newspapers KILLED IN ALTO W MANCHESTER o Sept Levl Blackburn 55 Vanceburg Ky was killed in an automobile accident near here tonight The machine went over an embankment None of other occupants was Injured the COLUMBUS O Sept Bernard A Kennedy London O leu dead from his horse during a polo game here today Kennedy a ber of the River Ridge Riding and Polo club here suffered from heart attacks WHILE TOLEDO O Sept D Harmon 50 deputy collector of In- Make-Up Is a Highly Im- portant Part of Each Day's Work The making up of the paper for each edition each day calls for a skilled degree of headwork as well as handiwork As nearly as possible the copy Is sent to the composing room In the same order ns needed in the make-up When It Is not so vided the composing room foreman of the least important contents to sorts it giving priority to copy for pages which must go to the room first After copy is on the the linotype must take it In regular order These early pages are those ed to features and news that able early each day such ns the comic strip page the editorial page the sporting page the theatrical news page the society pugs the page the church page the Southeastern Ohio page He As fast type for onu or pages Is placed In the form for revenue collapsed while that page it Is sent to the er be converted Into plates Ing golf apoplexy i here few today nnd later Is all much easier said than done for It requires a great deal of planning as well as fast and accurate manship Frequently carefully made plans nre knocked topsy-turvy by a major news catastrophe breaking late in the day or by the unexpected re- at a late hour of a large tising lineage which must go into day's paper In either of these cases tho editors foremen and make-up men must consult to the ment of the paper or the leaving out make room for that of greater im- portance The make-up of the more Im- portant pages sporting such pages as the first and society Hie paper la printed Trust pages is usually superintended by the editors in charge of those pages Other pages follow the Mine style from day to day and the man follows the usual style or uses his own Judgment In placing the news and advertising matter The last of these must go to tho at ft fixed hour so the plates can be made and enough papers printed to catch a number of 3 o'clock busM for points In Governor Cooper Very Busy Man This Week COLUMBUS O Sept Governor Cooper has a busy week ahead Tomorrow he will address Bed Cross meeting here Tuesday he speaks at a luncheon club here will be spent at the office and Thursday the chief executive goes to Cleveland to act as official host to President Hoover Friday he is dated for an address at the eighth meeting In Kenton and day for a talk before American Legion here Senator Roscoe C McCulloch of Canton will appear with the governor to the president to Ohio The Weather Fair Monday and Tuesday Little change in temperature Tho weather will be generally fair without material change in ture during the next two TEMPERATURE Readings by Shuns 5 a 4 p 7 a 6 p 10 n B p 12 noon 10 p 2 p 12 midnight 87 a m p m y m Seu p m ed Police believed the attempted Ing and suicide occurred early today Mrs Creccy was found between twin beds n the room with three deep gashes In the back of her head Blood transfusions were tried at the pital In an attempt to stive her life Police said they had not nny motive Guard Ohio River Bridges To Foil Bombers McDonnell said he became suspicious when ho learned Barneo had narrowly escaped death In a plot Involving his own two months ago McDonnell snld could produce a witness who will testify that Cornell approached him with offers and then to bump Barnes off Cornell who claims he formerly practiced law In Chicago from to has n eon 17 and a divorced wife living In Akron He has been working here as a painter and paper hunger Bnrncs was a salesman for a cago retail chain store firm with headquarters in Akron Truck Accident May Prove Fatal Man Death in Hospital Here Haven Hammond aged 50 of who was seriously in- jured Saturday evening in an bile crash on a hill six miles west of Malta remained In a critical tion in hospital Sunday with slight hopes for his recovery He suffered a fracture of the skull and broken jawbone also severe body Hammond driving a light truck down the hill when a heavier truck crashed into his machine ing it He was hauling tile for road WHEELING W Va Sept Nine bridges across the Ohio river be- O and HALIFAX N S Sept O were tonight as the sinking of a schooner with the the finding in a street car of loss of five men off a indicating a plot to Wow up Newfoundland at midnight Saturday the structures was reported by wireless from Cape The note signed by ft person Race today by the master of the Nor Jack and addressed to an individual named instructed Angelo to have gun cotton end ine ready for me by October 1 Our plan is to cut off all traffic as re- ferred to in first note by blowing up bath state and railroad bridges Jusi He low and manufacture fireworks Wo will do rest Tear up this letter The note was found early last week in a man's purse on a seat in a street car The boy who picked It up gave It to his mother who ed It over to Wheeling police A hasty conference of officials from various towns in the Wheeling district ed and a close was kept on known radicals Still Renting Houses That's what the classified sections of the Times Recorder and Signal arc doing is a case where the Classified Ad ran only ONCE and was discontinued the house was rented through the ad Here It water and electricity In house Phone Besides renting does a great many other such as selling used articles of every description finding lost articles ishing help and just lota of tor a very nominal Why not try Classified Service for and be convinced Times Recorder and Classified Ml Five Men Lost in Sinking Of Schooner in Crash weRlan freighter The message which did not give the name reported the vessel had gone down after a collision with the that one unnamed man had been saved and that five were missing The collision occurred three oft about 40 miles south cf St Johns on the east coast FATALLY COVINGTON Ky Sept Phillip Horn 26 O was fatally injured In an automobile near here today He died of internal injuries Horn driver of the machine was caught under the steering wheel when the car turned over Two companions both ol were hurt only slightly JAPANESE INDUSTRIALISTS CINCINNATI O Sept party of Japanese Industrialists and engineers who are making a tour of the United States will arrive here next week They will Inspect several In- plants Practically all the leading industries of Japan are resented in the visiting group The party arrived in America In and has visited 18 cities ENDURANCE SWIMMING VALETTA Malta Sept thur set endurance swimming having ed in the 88 hours II minutes He left the water p m TIM former record of 87 hours 10 was held by F K of
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