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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 192S.
SAY HE COULD NOT OPENTHE DOOR Believe Loewenstein Host Haie Had Some Aid La Bourfat Airdrome, July UP)Tha diaappearance of Cap. Sain Alfred Loewenstein, interna tional high financier, from his pri i ate airplane was plunged into fleeper mystery today when experts f verted after tests, that a. man rould not alone open the cabin door ft a. plane like Loewenstein's while U waa flying. In order to check conflicting statements regarding Loewenstein's lissppearance, exerts made a series ;f careful testa with a Fokker air r lana similar to Loewenstein'a. In iiiese planes the wing propeller rauses tremendous air pressure di lectly on the door K-ading out of Hie cabin. Make Tests After their tests, made at the fama height and speed at .which : ipt. Ronald Drew. Loewenstein's pilot, had said the plane was flying, ?xperta reached the conclusion that lie door could not have been open : by one man unaided. Previously there had been two heorles regarding Loewenstein's iisappearance first the official one ,'nat he stepped from the door by iccident instead of entering a sim door to the plane's retiring oora; secondly the unofficial one 'Viat he walked from the door de iberately as the plane sped over :lie English Channel. Croydon airdrome officials had id that before he left Loewen stein rose from his cabin seat and nspected both doors with such in .'ntness as to cause them to remem .w it. Others had pointed out the diffi culty of opening the door even from he outside while the plane was on he ground with its motors running. To the two original theories, a hird was left open to the imagina lion by the Le Bourget teste and the i ioydon statements that Loewen f'ein did not, as had been believed, ivalk through the door at all while 'he plane was in flight. The Dunkirk fishing fleet today leased its search for the financier's sody. INSTITUTE DEALS WITH AGRICULTURE ffilliamstown Political School to Study International Farming Williamstown, Mass. July , P) The question of the agricultural surplus and its disposition will be treated this year from an interna tional point of view at the eighth sssion of the Williamstown Insti tute of politics. Outstanding European irati will !lso be discussed, by European cholars of international reputation, and knotty problems of the pacific end of inter-American relations will be subjected to public scrutiny when students of American, European Rnd far-eastern affairs assemble August second for the four-weeks meeting. "Agriculture and the agricultural surplus; an international approach," will be the subject of a round-table conference led by Professor C R. Fay, of the University of Toronto. Another round-table, and one of the lecture courses to be given at the institute on modern Turkey and its problems," will be led by the first woman lecturer at any of the Williamstown sessions, Halide Edib Hanum, Turkish writer. To Study Germany Other European questions to be studied are "Germany's Foreign and Domestic policies," in a lecture course by Dr. Otto Hoetisch of Berlin, and "current political pro blems in Belgium," by Dr. Louis Pierard of Brussels. Dr. Pierard, a socialist member of the Belgian Chamber of Deputies, is well known on the continent as a student and writer on political science and sociology. Pacific problems will be treated at round-tables led by two members of last year's pacific conference at Honolulu. Prof. George H. Blakeslee of Clark University, and Prof. R. D. McKenzie, of the University of Washington. Inter-American relations will be considered from both the economic and the political point of view, un der the leadership of Dr. Harry T. Connings. professor of international commerce at the University of Pennsylvania. and Charles W. Hackett, professor of Latin Ameri can history at the University of Texas. Among the foreign visitors who are expected to address the institute outside of the regular lecture courses will be Count Carlo Pforza. former Italian minister of foreign affairs, who spoke on European po litical and diplomatic questions at last year's session. N. E. Tel. and Tel. To Spend Two Millions Boston, July 6 (UP) The execu tive committee of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company today authorized the expenditure of $2,343,272 for new construction and improvements in plant necessary to meet the demand for service. ' Including this authorization, the total commitment of the company for plant expenditures this year is $17,476,017. Of the amount authorized today. $93,221 will be spent in Rhode Is land, including $17,662 for cables connecting with the Angell exchange in Providence: $9,223 for East Providence; $24,426 for additional equipment in the broad central of fice at Providence; $35,730 for the plantations cetnral office; $9,149 for the Valley Central office; and $23. 296 for the West Central office. Providence. WALKER 2 HOURS LATE ATUJNCHEON Runs True to Form in Los Angeles Los Angeles, July 6 W Mayor James Walker of New York attend ed a luncheon given in his honor by the democratic luncheon club yesterday but he was more than two ! hours late. I Although the luncheon had been served without the mayor, and sev. ieral speakers had said their say, a large and enthusiastic group- of ! democrats remained and cheered him when he arrived at 2:15 o'clock. I Mayor Walker's secretary tele phoned just before noon that "his I honor" still was in bed, but thai .he would be at the 12 o'clock luncheon by 12:30. By two o'clock the luncheon had been served and the after dinner speakers had fin lished without the principal guest. An alibi for his tardiness, that of ! traffic congestion between down j town Los Angeles and his Holly I wood hotel, was the opening re mark of Mayor Walker's address , He lauded the "Abraham Lincoln of Oliver street," Governor Smith. ; the democratic presidential nomi nee, and took occasion to deliver ; several caustic comments regarding I Herbert Hoover. I An announcement that he was checking out of his Hollywood ho- : tel was made by his honor today, who revealed that he was going to I the San Simeon ranch of William R. Hearst, near San Luis Obispo, to spend several days. Arrest Modern William Tell in Pennsylvania Uniontown, Pa., July C 4 James Dennis of Seaton's Lake, a mountainous section, may harbor the idea he is a modern William Tell but his wife believes her nup tial vows do not necessitate her portraying the part of the Swiss archer s wife. All of which is the cause of Dennis now being in the local gaol awaiting a hearing for pointing firearms. According to Mrs. Dennis, her husband insisted she hold an apple on her head while he displayed the modernized shooting of the Pippin with a rifle. Freeing herself from her husband's presence Mrs. Den nis took refuge at the home of a neighbor and telephoned police. Arriving at the scene police foun.l the erstwhile William Tell had turned into a Rip Van Winkle, and was sleeping peacefully at the base of a tree, his rifle at his side and with evidence that he had devoured the apple. Motorboat Rescues Two Wrecked Aviators Boston. July 6 (UP) Racing at mile-a-minute speed across the waters of Boston harbor, a motor boat reached the scene of a seaplane accident in time to permit the res cue of two aviators. Lieutenant Roger B. Fiske and Machinist's Mate John S. Ausiello of the naval aviation reserves at Fquantum were recovering at the Chelsea naval hospital today from injuries received when their sea plane nose-dived Boo feet into the harbor about a mile off Pemberton yesterday. WAT SMITH TO TALK Hartford. July 6 (UP) Connecti cut democratic leaders moved today to bring Governor Alfred E. f mith to Connecticut for one of the three campaign speeches scheduled in New England during his drive for the presidency. mmmmam ma?. tomorrow TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY Saturday ... July 7th OF OUR Overstocked Furniture Sale It Is Your Last Opportunity to Buy at Such Low Prices Take Advantage of It! Couch Gas 9x12 Hammocks Ranges Congoleum Rug $8.00 $12 , $5.50P " Value $193 3 Door ii 4 Piece White Enamel p0ich Bed Room Set Ice Boxes Rockers American Walnut $23.00 $4 u, $115 Hammock Screen .Bridge Stands DOORS Lamps $3S0Up $1.75 up $2.95 up Edward Gorf ain AICHST. TphM 4424 ARCH ST. William J. Coughlan of Bayside, who witnessed the accident, sped to the scene in a anotorboat with Charles McMorrow and Lester Glaw. son. After taking the two airmen ' from the wrecked plane. Coughlan I discovered that one of them, Kiske. ! was his flying buddy in the naval I air service during the war. The ! two men had not met for 10 years, i Employers Agree on New Scale of Wages Boston, July 6 IP) Employers connected with the Building Trades Employers' Association have agreed upon SI. ST1? cents per hour as a new wage scale for the approxi mately 8,000 union carpenters of greater Boston. This is an increase of 3 2'i cents an hour. The contract carrying this provi sion will not be signed, however, until representatives of employers and union members have reached some agreement on the union de mand for a five-day week. Germans Have Been in Air More Than 30 Hours Dessau, Germany. July 6 (UP) More than 30 hours in the air on their aitempt to establish a new flight record, the Junkers aviators Risticz and Zimmerman still were flying ell today. They started at 3:30 a. m. yesterday ltLAD HLRALD CLASS11 1ED ADS SCALP SPECIALISTS SAY FOR GRAY HAIR LEA'S HAIR TONIC ES HEALTHY GROWTH YOURMONEY'S WORTH attheMOHICAN THE SEASONABLE SIMMER FOODS OX SALE HERE SATURDAY ARE REAL BIG VALVES IN QUALITY IN FRESHNESS AND IN PRICE COMPARE OCR ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY WITH THE DISPLAYS AT OTHER MARKETS AND SEE THE DIFFERENCE. WE ARE FEATURING FOR THIS SALE GENUINE 1928 SPRING LAMB FRESH GREEN PEAS ME ADOWBRf 10 K BUTTER AND NEW POTATOES AT A NEW LOW RECORD PRICE FOR JUNE. BEST NEW POTATOES 25c Fresh Picked Native Green Peas 3 qts. 25c FRESH NATIVE Beets bchs. 13c THIN SKINNED AND JITCY LEMONS .'. Doz. 29c LARGE SWEET Plums 3 doz. 25c YELLOW FREESTONE PEACHES Bas. 39c SOLID RIPE Tomatoes 2 ns 29c A New Low Price on Two Very Popular Items ROLLS OVEN BAKED ALL KINDS BAKED IN OCR OWN SANITARY BAKERY 2 dz- 25 c COOKIES ALL KINDS FRESH BAKED A BIG VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM. FRESH SELECTED EGGS 3doz.l FRESH GROl'ND HAMBURG 2 lbs. 25c FANCY PASTRY 6 for 25c MOHICAN FRESH BREAD Mohican Bread conies to 5011 "Oven Fresh" The finest it Is possible to bake Your choice of White, Rye, Graham or Vienna. All In full freight one pound loaves . . BEST ri'RE LARD 2 lbs. 27c 7c NOTICE! OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL :30 O'CLOCK GEM NUT MARGARINE 2 lbs. 45c LAMB PORK BEEF VEAL GENUINE 1(28 SPRING STOCK FRESH CUT RIB END ROAST PRIME CHUCX ROAST MEATY LEG ROAST ib. 35c ib. 22 c fc.24c ib.24c Lean Boiling BEEF .... lb Prime Rib ROAST ... lb Rolled Chuck ROAST ... lb Spring Fore LAMB .... lb Loin Lamb CHOPS ... lb Rump Roast VEAL .... lb Golden West FOWL .... lb Frlcasnee FOWL .... lb 16c 35c 32c 24c 39c 32c 40c 28c S. B. ROLLED BONELESS FRESH OR SSIORED HAMS . Ib. 32c SHOULDERS lb. 22c CREAMERY BUTTER OUR MEADOWBROOK IS NOW AT ITS BEST WITH THAT REAL SUMMER BUTTER FLAVOR IT IS WORTH AT LEAST 5c PER POUND MORE THAN WE ASK. 47 c lb. ASSORTED JELLIES 2 Jars 29c RED BUI TERFLY TEA Vi lb pkg. 27c Dinner Blend COFFEE . lb 37c Snlder's Best CATSUP, bot 21c ELBOW MACARONI 2 lbs 19tf PLAIN OLIVES jar 14tf Mohican MAYONNAISE DRESSING jar 21 MARSHMALLOW SPREAD lge. jar 23 Blue Ribbon RUSSIAN DRESSING . . jar 25 Pure OCc I s"reddcd OO Grape Juice pt bot ZD ICocoanut.. lb uC BLUE ROSE RICE 3 lbs 23c GOOD SIZE PRUNES 3 lbs 25c Store Open Friday Evening Until 9 Closed Saturday Evening i IVORY SOAP (Guest size! Friday Evening on J J Saturday 3 for 10C si aHI ilf erT." rml NEW BRITAIN'S SHOPPING ENTER, CASH YOUR FACTORY PAY CHECKS HERE JOHNSON'S POWDER (For Baby's comfort) Friday Evening and Saturday Each 16C Cash Specials For Friday Evening and All Day Saturday 50c Bathing Caps All colors. Friday Evening and Saturday, ea. 3C 29c Turkish Towels Size 18x36. Friday Evening 1 J and Saturday, ea. JLOC Women's Inner Belt Corselettes White and Flesh. Friday Evening and Saturday 98c 25c Melba Lip Sticks Friday Evening H and Saturday X 3 C Tar Garment Bags (With side opening) Friday Evening A f JJ and Saturday. t7C 98c For Friday Everirj and Saturday Boys' Wash Suits Sizes 3 to 8 For the little fellows, new style wash suits, including flappers, aviator models, Oliver Twist, middy style. English models, long pants suits. The materials are fancy broadcloths, Peggy Beach cloth and others. Extra special For Friday Evening and Saturday Women's Pure Silk Full Fashioned Hose $ 1 A A White and 21 new summer shades. A stocking that would sell or- JL dinarily for $1.50. Sold exclusively by Raphael's, pair For Friday Evening and Saturday Novelty Summer Hand Bags Made of fancy silks, tapestry and straw. All new models in pouch and envelope styles. These bags are made to sell for $4 to $5 each. Friday Evening and Saturday, each 2.69 For a Cool and Comfortable Vacation WOMEN'S and GROWING GIRLS' NOVELTY PUMPS and OXFORDS $2.98 Genuine Deauville Sandals at Raphael's only; all colors and styles. A J Values to $8.50 p4ai70 For Friday Evening and Saturday Girls' Khaki and Linen Play Suits Sizes 7 to 14. Cool and comfortable for hot weather wear. Made of strong and serviceable material. Friday Evening and Saturday 1,49 For Friday Evening and Saturday Women's and Girls' Knickers Made of tweed, linen and novelty check crash. AH full cut and marked Friday Evening and Saturday $1 .50 and $2,98 For Friday Evening and Saturday Women's and Misses' Sport Jackets Double breasted, plain and striped flannels. Notch collars and patch gm pockets. A practical coat to wear with white or colored skirts. U VO Choice, each Women's Lisle Vests Band top and bodice top. Sizes to 52. Each 25c For Friday Evening and All Day Saturday Seamless Bed Sheets Size 81x90 Value $1.00 For 59 Men's Union Suits Athletic Style Made of fine nainsook. 59c grade Each 42c jins t re The Popular Bathing Suit For Women and Misses. All wool and attractive d QQ colors and styles. Price Dx.70 Extra sizes for the large Women $2 98 $5 98 Young Girls' Bathing Suits All wool and all the new wanted colors. 1 At PJUi7 to Price to $4.98 $2.98 Women's and Misses' Beach Coats Fancy patch pockets with notch collars. Dainty floral patterns Juvenile An Wool Bathing Suits Cute and attractive suits. All sizes to lit the little tots. $3.95 98c $1.90 Choice, each Prices Ml -H MAI J! ST. . tl trt A STEP FROM THE SQUARE, RAPHAEL'S "THE BIG STORED