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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio Weather i kit Mibu ism my my Mimi or it mall in def or us Parat re Ultra or Mamik monday. A Foeks often Tottori Manton a lines profitable bin Nalaa Raam fart us shop pills Der few a United rms of Tho Tomm Mitt Tho habit of read self Thor. Vol. Is. No. 28 is fa0e8 Portsmouth Ohio sunday August 81,1930 i mar mud Auto 17. S. Moves to untangle situation in Peru revolt jr5flrj2s a �?e3bmst Quot Ykrout to Hospital dispatch Kote to learn More of americans letter to charge do affaires from state department kept secret two citizens held peruvian government says it will comply with International pact. Or thai Tettl Washington a. 30.�?th state department moved today to Anta Rifle what was described a a complicated International situation the imprisonment of two american citizens by the new peruvian military Junta. Acting Secretary of state Castle Din patched a note to the charge d affaires a in Lime. Ferdinand l. Mayer asking ail a vails Hie data on the imprisonment of Harold b. Grow a naval Reserve aviator and Charles w. Sutton an american Engineer. Threatened with trial the former is threatened with court martial having been charged by Louie of. Sanches Cerro Peru a new chief of Tate of planning to bomb from the air the City of Arequipa at the order of former president legs la. Sutton who has worked in Peru for nearly a Quarter of a Century under contract with the former government a been imprisoned by the revolutionary fore rement. He is charged with irregularities in connection with his work. Castles note to Lima today was not made Public and official would not a if it contained instructions to lie followed by Mayer in Case of an Emer Sency regarding grow. Message fur information the message was described As principal a request for further inquiry and information concerning the two Caish. Mayer already had been instructed to attempt to obtain grow a Freedom. Cien before news of his threatened court Martini was received. Shortly after the former naval officer waa captured at to a in a Secretary Stimson cabled the american representative to make a fall appropriate Effort to affect the release of grow Quot this order never has been altered official said. The state department today made Public a Cable from Lima that the new peruvian government had Given Assur since it would comply strictly with peruvian International agreements. And a a maintain the Good relations which knife Peru with the ignited states. In Destin re to prison weds Mechanic i Quot of lid in reports made a new Junta bears Dawn on sex pre Ament. By the a Asor muted pre Lima. Peru. Aug. 30.�?peru�?Ts new military Junta bore Down heavily today on Kex president Ancusto b. Leguia and the adherents of his 11-year administration. Leguia and his son Juan Are destined o imprisonment on san Lorenzo Island a allo Harbor the former there to await trial and punishment for his acts in office. Newspapers reported today the Transfer from the Cruiser Almirante Grau to continued on Page five Deputy sheriff shot by police Nomad to fire on officer Evhen he starts gunplay Dies instantly. By the associated press Ovington ky., aug. 30�? Henry a Bob Quot Helen Deputy sheriff of Keu it a county was shot and killed by Covington police who went to Iii Home tonight to investigate a report a but shots were being fired there. Hinen met the officers at the door �<0 i opened fire on them with a Plato Rattre iting into the Bouse when to turned the fire from a abort distance. Patrolmen surrounded the building had fired several shots at windows a ird doors while waiting for reinforcements. Later a tear Gas bomb waa thrown into the House and patrolmen in. They found Heinen lying Fry 8 window dead a Bullet Haring pierced bus heart. Neighbors said they bad Beard 1 fired inside the Heinen Home a nil alled the police. In estimation was being made ,2ht to determine the cause of Hel it s. Action. Slight quakes in Ventura causes buildings to Sway by Tim Aster ated press Entha Cal aug. 3b�?an a Art quake caused buildings to away up at approximately 4 4b p. M. May. No damage was reported. Eat Ura la g few Miles North of Loa Angeles to c quake was general throughout a Angeles a Asadena. Inglewood �4 Santa Monica. In Ibe latter City Joje Quot Ere three distinct shocks. Top tremor seemed to travel Frome a Ura to los Angeles. Imperial i a a reported no shocks nor did Anta Barbara an american husband is preferred even of he makes Only 940 a week in the opinion of mrs. Dorothy Snyder Cochran Caff Ray above wealthy divorced wife of Prince Nicholas Kara Georgevitch Cousin of King Alexander of Jingo slav la. She has just married Bill Caffray Reno nev., garage Mechanic. Maj Tweady Hort in rages former army Ace escapes death by skill in air show Tulane users. By Tbs associated press Chicago aug. 30.�?major John a. Mac ready noted air Pilot was severely injured when be lost control of his plane while rounding a Pylon at an estimated Speed of 162 Miles per hour and cracked up at the National air races today. A Wing strut folded As Macready turned the course in the first Lap of the free for at sliced event according to witnesses. The ship spiralled about drunkenly for an instant but by skillful mane vering the former army Ace brought it to Earth right Side up the plane struck with terrific Force bounded High into the air and waa demolished on the rebound. The Accident occurred away from the Airport and out of sight of the race spectators. In company with Lieut. Kelly major Macready executed the first nonstop transcontinental flight in 1023. He resigned from the army two yours Aga Macready was the fourteenth Pep son injured since the air meet opened eight Days ago. There have been three fatalities. A race for huge Multi motored ships featured tile Days program. It was won by a Tri motored Ford piano which flew the 30-mile distance at an average Speed or 144.24 Miles per hour. Phoebe Omlie of Memphis. Tenn., passed Gladys o Donnell of Long reach calif., on the last Lap to win the women a Soo cubic Inch Cabin a hip race by 6-Lotbs of a second. Her average Speed for the 23-rn i in distance was 130.07 Miles per hour. Ben o. Howard of St. Louis flying a tiny plane of his own design and build won the race in which major Macready crashed. He also won another free for All race with the same plane earlier in the Day. Bank press def arrested on embezzlement char6e Hammond. Ind., aug. 30-Paul Olpinski. President of the Northern Trust and savings Bank of Hammond was arrested at his borne today. He is charged wet la embezzling $33,000 of Tho funds of the first polish building and loan association for which be waa cashier. I Pinkl arrest followed that of Boles us Salik Secretary treasurer following the disclosure of a shortage of $223,000 in the funds of the two institutions. Salik is in jail in default of $30,000 Bond. Hurley starts of flood work Secretary and party arrive at St. Paul by plane Brave storms. By the a Iii i la Tea Presa St. Paul minn., aug. 30.-after fighting a severe thunderstorm through which Secretary Hurley personally piloted his giant transport plane the War Secretary and Bis party arrived Bere today to begin from the twin cities an extensive Survey of the Mississippi River flood control Rivers Aud harbours and Inland Waterways projects. Frequently Over the Low Hills one plane carrying members of the party and piloted by lieutenant l. L. Berry was forced almost to the ground by squalls and heavy winds. The Secretary was greeted by colonel Wilbur willing District Engineer for St. Myas be landed at the St. Paul Airport. Many invitation were in hand for the Secretary when he arrived in the twin cities for his extensive trip Dows the River to the Golf of Mexico. Two Kilen m Kentucky to near Pik Evue o nil nil in Ibali one Man under arrest search being made for another deaths end quarrel one of victims was son of famous officer who killed 30 men. By the Osasc isted press Pikeville. Ky., aug. 30.�?sam Wright 40, and Melvin Branham 30, were shot to death today a the culmination of a quarrel la which three families participated. The shooting occurred in front of the Wright Home about 30 Miles South of Here on three mile Creek. A Comer s jury returned a verdict that Wright was killed by Branham and that Branham met his death at the Banda of a person unknown. Charles Ray a neighbor was held in the Pike county jail for investigation and officers Bere seeking Henry Branham a Cousin of the slain sob of Bank character Sam Wright who had a reputation a a Law abiding Man in this Vicinity was the son of Quot bad John Quot Wright who As a peace officer in the Kentucky Aud Virginia mountains Many years ago killed upwards of 30 men. A bad John Quot Wright was an intimate Friend of the novelist. John Fox jr., who used him a a prototype for one of his famous characters Quot Devil Jack Tolliver Quot in his novel Quot the Trail of the lonesome according to the Story told by participants in the quarrel Wrights wife and mrs. Harsh Ray a neighbor became involved in an Argil Maut Over a trivial matter in the Feut Yard of the Wright Home. Mrs. Ray told Branham s Young son to go after her husband and a few minutes later Ray and Branham distantly related approached the Home. Stories different no one was Able to say who fired the shot and the Wrights Aud Branhamn disagreed As to whether Henry Branham Melvin a Cousin was a participant in the quarrel. They said however that Henry owned a new calibre pistol the same calibre As the Bullet taken from his cousins head. Members of non of the families could assign any reason for Henry wanting to shoot his Cousin but Pike county officers began a search for him. Wrights father. Quot bad John Quot served As sheriff. Justice of the peace and in other positions of authority in Mountain counties to both Virginia and Kentucky. All of his killings were a within the his friends aay and committed while he was serving in an official capacity. He was a deadly enemy of Quot Devil Anse Quot Hatfield principal in the famous Hatfield Mccoy feud but was never Able to bring him to Justice. Quot bad John Quot is still living Hale and Hearty at the age of 87, in Wise county Virginia. Foor of from Posont Gohol men believed to have used denatured alcohol for drinking party. Of til Rma Louisville. Ky., aug. 30-Fonr men were dead and two seriously ill following upon a party hero today at which a Quantity of whiskey was said to by to been consumed. Officers found the body of a Man identified As Scott Cornell 55, River. Man. The other five were sent to a Hospital where three died within half an Hoar. Police found three bottles at the place one labelled a completely denatured which a physician said allowed traces of carbolic acid and the other two labelled Quot buy one of the three who died at the Hospital was identified As cd n. Nutting and another As Frank Bate both of Louisville. The third was tentatively identified As Jake hoi Strass. Louisville. Ran6erismctwooos for Slayer of officers by Tim Aster ated frill Eugene. Oregon. Aug. So led by baying hounds Forest Ranger reinforced by Volunteer in semen today searched a vast in baited Forest Region Atar her for vie Sutherland. 07, sought for the murder of two officer. Joe Saunders. 37. A Deputy game Warden. And Oscar Daley 35, a Deputy sheriff were slain yesterday in two gun Battles after an Effort a made to question fatherland in regard to his alleged Moonshine activities. Sutherland is said to have left Marsala near where the gun Battle occurred carrying a Rifle and threatening to kill pursuers. Eight dead in England As result of heat wave London aug. So eight person died today from England s storm proof heat Ware which continued with High humidity despite heavy storms in the North and cooler breezes in the South yesterday and during the night. The highest temperature in London today was. 81 degrees 13 lower than yesterdays highest Reading. An increase in humidity More than counterbalanced the drop on the thermometer. Fat oof one arrested for manslaughter Adams county Man held to blame for fatal Accident on Friday condition critical injuries will not permit removal from Home no Bond fixed. Serial to it Tim isms West Union 0�?z aug. �0.�?John Pollard father of nine children and in a critical condition from injuries sustained in a fatal automobile crash Friday was arrested saturday afternoon by sheriff Charles Mack on a manslaughter charge. The condition of Pollard will not permit his removal from his Home on Black run. Sheriff Black and prosecuting at Torney e. S. Young conducted an in Ca ligation of the wreck saturday at the scene several Miles South of Here and after hearing several wit Nesses decided to hold Pollard responsible for the death of Jack Hor , 23, Ohio Ali Surveyor who died in a Maysville tc/., Hospital of injuries a hour after a car in which he was Riding was in e collision with pollards machine. Sheriff Mack says that or. George Tyler of Ripley who attended Pollard testified that Pollard waa under the influence of liquor when be a leased he injuries. Pollard according to or. Tyler told him there was a gallon Jug of liquor id the car but it could not be found. Mrs. Lulu Shelton and miss Nell Mesmer of Manchester were walking on the Highway and testified Pollard was driving about of mile an hour when he passed them. The Pollard car waa 8 feet to the left of the Center of the Road at the time of tile crash and waa turned around and hurled six feet from the Road. Mrs. Pollard and two children and Henry Hardin of Manchester were Riding with John Pollard. Discover Wiedland believed Large % soviet to establish Post on Island to be inhabited by four men. By Tim ahm Lri inn Moscow aug. new discovered land found by soviet Arctic explorer in 79 23 North 70 10 East in now believed to be an archipelago of some magnitude. The expedition which a lived aboard the ice breaker Bedot is building a House on the it la of in which four men will remain this Winter with fuel and supplies sufficient for to tee years. The Island on which they planted the soviet Flag. Bas been named Sergina Kami nov in Honor of the president of the soviet exploration party and the vice commissar of War. It la thought Bere the new lands May be a continuation of the Taimur Peninsula which if proved geographically would mean undisputed soviet Possession although the actual value of such a Possession Baa not thua far been determined. Arrests mad As sheriff raids gom must Camp so Tim Alao Sialoi pros Detroit aug. arrest were made As a acor of sheriff officers raided a communist Camp for children in Oakland county near Bere. Members of the raiding party said letters were found in a Safe indicating that the Camp was conducted under instructions from Russia. Tho arrested were said to have been beads of the Camp. The children were returned to their Bomea Moat of them living in Detroit. Prosecutor Norman c. Ort of Oakland county led the raiding party. A Quantity of communist magazines. Honk and newspapers were raised. No resistance was offered and the children Sang communist tongs while the raid was in Progress. A a a it a a a a Quot it a a re Ai a a me own defends grown Gar Wood american speedboat King successfully defended the Harmsworth trophy against Betty Carstairs. British challenger during races in Detroit. Widd defends pricing Crown a. American Speed King easily beats British challenger in first heats. By Tim Assenat pre Detroit aug. 80.�?the ill Luck that has dogged every attempt during the last to years to beat Gar Wood in a Harmsworth speedboat race followed the British Challenge sponsored by miss Marion Barbara Carstairs into the first heat of the worlds hydroplane classic today and Wood won the heat throttle Down. Just a Bart Hawker driving Estelle a the second of the two British challengers Aee fled about to overtake Wood in his mite America in. At the Start of the third of the six five mile laps a broken feed line forced him off the course. He was docked at 78.547 statute Miles an hour Whan the breakdown occurred. Wood covered the so nautical mile course at an average Speed of 75.177 statute Miles an hour in winning today a heat. The Mise America Chi with George Wood at the wheel finished second about a half mile behind miss America in. And Estelle in driven by miss Carstairs was third with an average Speed of 70.1 it Miles an hour. Searchin6 Pirty will return to chill nation by Tim associated pro Winnipeg. Aug. So major l. T. Burwash Arctic explorer and his Pilot w. E. Gilbert will return to civilization without having reached King Williams land for which they set out in a seaplane More than a week ago to search for traces of her John Franklin and his party of 120 men who perished there in 1848. At fort Hearne far North outpost they Hare been waiting for a week for their gasoline Supply. It has not yet arrived. Weather in september becomes Uncertain for flying in the Arctic Region. Madras Hospital Ines by Tim wrist pm Gunter Madras aug. 30.�?in the Hospital which Abe founded seven years ago or. Anna a. Bugler of the american lutheran Mission died Here within three years of the Date she bad set to return to her Home in Pennsylvania. It had been her aim from the beginning to round out bait a Century a a Mission worker in the interest of Indian women Hood before returning to the United states in retirement. No editions following a custom of Long standing there will he no i Sanes of the times monday. Labor Day. This being done to permit its employees to enjoy the entire Day. A Lisua it a Usua Uati party supports rep Bucar men Virginia g. 0. will throw strength to five to win Senate seat. By the Antouri Pun Roanoke. Va., aug. Siva Virginia republicans in Atule convention Bere today voted to leave the contest for the United states Senate to senator Carter Glass a i it end Socrat and j. Lloyd brim an Independent and to throw their strength to Republic jul candidate for a Angrees. The decision was not reached without a fight. A spirited two hour de Bat broke through the traditional Harmony of virginian Republican cd inventions As enthusiastic party members nought to aet aside the recommendation of tile nominating committee and name a Republican for the Senate. Opponents of the nomination led by Robert h. Angel state Republican chairman won the fight by a vote of Oil to 577. 22 Muired m capital Eire records born heroic firemen Hurt fight ing Blaze which swept Federal building years of work lost Many important documents in Washington commission destroyed. By the Amo lated press Washington aug. 30�?twenty, two firemen were injured four seriously la a spectacular by today which destroyed Many valuable records Ai it swept through Headquarters of the Federal Trade commission. Most of the men Hurt had minor Cut and bruises or were overcome by smoke. Physicians said the quartet who remained in hospitals for treatment probably would recover. Most of the City fire fighting apparatus was called out and it was almost three Bouw before the flames were under control. Government officials would not attempt to eat mate the damage to the Structure or commission files. Records burned some of the papers lost dealt with the commission s investigation of Public Utility Power companies but a determination of the extent of the damage in this file awaited a Check of records taken from the building. The commission offices were housed in one of the Flimsy structures erected for temporary use during the War. It offered Choice fuel Aud although the Walla were left standing the roof collapsed to Many Pisces and the Interior was totally wrecked. The cause of the fire was undetermined. All employees had left for the usual saturday half Holiday a hour be or it was discovered. Spontaneous combustion was advanced As a possible cause or a carelessly Flung cig Aret butt. Years of work lest a commission official said the records of the commission s investigation into Chain store practice the result of two years work had been almost completely destroyed. Papers dealing with an inquiry into the Cotton seed Trade also he added were severely damaged. Document taken from the building were scattered about the Structure. Holders were assigned to guard them. A portion of Fri building waa occupied by the offices of the children s and women a Bureau. This too was destroyed. Give Wlong faces Law shit Louisiana head under fire again serious charges in petition. By that Cia Tea pm Baton Rouge i., aug. 30.�? governor Huey p. Long was made a joint defendant in a suit for 123xkk damages filed today in District court by the widow of the negro convict killed last monday by guards on the Rice farm in Pointe Coopee Parish. The petition set Forth that the governor became a defendant by Quot coercing Quot Clay j. Dugas general manager of the Penitentiary to enter into a contract with John p. Burgin inc., to operate the Rice farm with convict labor la Exchange for the land furnished by Burgin with agreement to Divide the crop equally Between the contracting parties. The petition further charges that governor Long drugs and Burgin entered into the arrangement for their personal profit. The contract the petition charge was illegal a the farm had not been designated a a penal institution and Tbs deceased negro Curtiss Blackwell a illegally confined there. The convict were driven to revolt the petition said by Quot cruel and unusual punishment and slavery laborious toll and meager rations doled out to they refused to continue it added and requested their return to the state Penitentiary but guards fired into them. Killing the plaintiff husband and wounding another convict. A is am i t a a a it a a i Cinderella saves master by the Awris led per Toledo aug. 30.�?duke, dog of Max Reder. Toledo s Blind artist. Saved the life of his master today. Rader waa walking with his dog and had reached a Street intersection when the dog stopped. Not bearing approaching automobiles lieder mapped off the curb. Duke Barking leaped on or. Reder Gad knocked him backward to the curb just As one of the automobiles aped by. Marjorie Louis Goldvogel will be Princess Cinderella in the court of Queen titania at the thirty ninth annual baby Parade in Asbury Park n. Maj. Gem. Allen Dies suddenly former commander american occupation forces has heart attack. By Tim a lated pfc a Buena Vista Springs pa., aug. 80�? major general Henry t. Allen 71, died suddenly of heart trouble today while visiting at one of the summer cottages of the German embassy Bere. He was stricken while standing no the porch viewing the scenery. General Allen resided at Washington d. C. A be collapsed general alien toll from the veranda which overlooks a Muff an.�?T, dropped some 15 feet. Or. Ii. C. Bridges of Blue bldg bum in it who was called said however that the fall had nothing to do with the general s death As he was undoubtedly dead before be fell from the porch. A blood Dot in the heart curbing circulation waa Given by the phys than a the cause of death. General and mrs. Allen were paging an afternoon Call at the Home of or. Rudolph Lettner first Secretary of the German embassy and a dose Friend of general Allen who waa commander of the american forces of occupation in Germany after the world War bad concluded. The body waa removed to the Allen summer Home Char Insigne Knoll some two Miles from the Home of or. Lid tiler. Neck broken Skull fractured when hurled to paved Street 1. Twi a it a it a anal a it ii Camel flies by Tim Assenat pm Rome. Aug. 30.�?., Ery surprised tunisian Camel was Given quarters today in Tbs Rome zoo. Ile left the deserts of Africa yesterday morning and eight Bour later be was in Rome after crossing More water than he had Ever seen before in Bis life. The trip waa made in a Modi to Era Dean air service cargo plane. Tbs Camel was in excellent condition when be arrived Bere. Sut Quot a Sii i a Liisu Isi aria Ait it it Sii Aristia in i Quot ii Iii to investigate charge of Nye committee will i we into claim that chairman a life questioned. A Tim a Moum leg per a Fargo n. P., aug. 30�?bena tor Porter la. Dale. Vermont member of the Senate elections investigating committee announced late today that the group will make a every Effort Quot to determine for whom and for what Purie a private investigation has been made into the personal history of senator Gerald p. Nye North Dakota chairman of the committee. At a special meeting of the committee today. Hen tort it Nile directed questioning of c. C. Alberts investigator for the Dannenberg detective Agency of Chicago whom Dele charted followed two committee operative. E. M. Daniel and w. H. Baldwin of Illinois. To Fargo from Chicago. Alberta told the committee that an investigation of Nye has been under Way for four weeks but denied knowing its purposes or for whom it la iring made. B. F. Bosh. A note private detective waa Lubno ended to appear before the committee As Well a Alberta hat did not. Hens tor Dole mid that the committee will meet in Chicago kept Ember 13 and at that time he to Tynda to pursue the matter cars it red Hanover. Germany. Aug. 1��?a big fir in the freight station tonight destroyed 200 loaded freight Rara. The Blase started when a Oil tank Laden car exploded. One is missing. Victims father Hurt fatal Accident near Home machine rebounds and hits fir plug. Thrown out of his machine in a collision at fourth and Bloom streets shot Orvllle. About 7 p. In. Saturday Edgar Raynor 25, of 5010 fifth Street 8clotoville, waa fatally injured his father Charles Raynor was is Jared seriously in the crash. Virgil Piguet 22, of Zwickert Hill Driver of. The other machine escaped injury Edgar Raynor cd in Tho a. Go towards ambulance in route to a Hospital. He died Whit Tho ambulance was speeding through new bom ton. Tag Driver stopped at the Ottto of or. A b. Mina who pronounced the patient dead. Father seriously hurl Charles Raynor Well known Point or and plaster of set Torill was Hurt seriously no head waa lacerated badly and he woo injured about the Chest. Patrolmen p. K. Foe tor and Steven Dixon report that Edgar Raynor accompanied by his father mid Jato left Home to drive Down town. Tim machine was travelling South of Bloom Street. Piguet was driving West on fourth St Lect. The con Ooi tided at the intersection and Tho Ray nor machine crashed into a Toro hydrant. As the cars collided Tho left door on the Raynor machine cams open and the Driver was hurled out he fell headfirst on Tho pavement. Examination showed his Skull wan fractured and hit neck broken. Or. J. W. Hutchens was summoned and ordered the injured Man removed to a Hospital. Coroner investigates Charles Raynor was hurled against the Windshield and Cut seriously about the head. He waa removed Boma where or. Hutchens attended Hie injuries. The Accident occurred withal a Square of the Raynor Homo. Coroner Virgil Fowler conducted a investigation and found death duo to broken neck. Edgar Raynor was employed to Portsmouth works. Wheeling steel corporation. Ile also worked for Eugene Hacquard who employs his father. Besides his parents or. And in. Charles Raynor of 5016 fifth Street be is survived by his wife Rosetta Raynor. To was Tho Only child of or. And mrs. Raynor. Tho body waa removed to the Hacquard funeral Home to be prepared tor burial. Suicide wed for insurance Texas attorney cheats chair and leaves 910,000 to his children. Both Ai Rahv Amarillo tex., aug. 80�?a. In Payne wife Slayer timed his suicide in the county jail Here Early today so that his children Woald have a Chance to collect $10,000 la life insurance which would have Besa voided of be took his ufos be Ora August 28. Quot i have waited ant ii Angust so to the children would receive Tho Benefit of my insurance which now la Amra than a year old a Payne wrote to til diary before he killed himself with a nitroglycerine blast. Policies issued by Tho a Sarobob company in which Payne bought a $10,000 policy August 28, 1980, Carvy a one year suicide clause c b. Bit Teaberry Amarillo insure do agent explained. Hit Teaberry sold nothing was said in the policy about suicide after the first year but payment woo contestable for two yearn. Re ten Berry said he a unable to a Tate whether the coups a would the amount without a contest. Payne a policy had been la effect a year one Day and 21 a touted it waa believed that he thought Tho year was not up until Midnight toot night. Famous French abut or i injured m Purk Dusi by Tim a a stated Piui Toulouse France. At. 80-Jean Menno famous trim cd Bob who this summer made the first round trip airmail flight a Etwara afrdite and South America today was another victim of a eerie of aria Loa Anet dents which Hove swept fro be la gently. He waa making a trial rom with a fully loaded air plane whoa audly it an Altitude or 1.000 Parito Tho machine broke to leaped oat. Hut a Parachute. Aged by flying piano filled to Tho rough Landing Toto gut of rib., to build Quot Akron. O a lease prelim imry lotto it of i Bow Warner was of it includes the Alt tor motto Tho Honor not mum company a toned Hee today. Mal bib than 93.o0m80 wag to

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