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TEACHERS’ PENSION
TOTALS J 17,371,300
1,485 Allowances Are Paid
by Carnegie Foundation
During 23 Years.
Br the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, September 16.—The
Carnegie Foundation for the Advance
ment of Teaching yesterday announced
that it has paid out during the 23 years
of its activity more than $17,371,900 in
retiring allowances to professors and
pensions to their widows.
That sum, the foundation’s twenty
third annual report said, was expended
on 1,485 allowances and pensions which
have been granted to teachers in 40
States, 5 Canadian provinces and New
foundland.
The report showed that on June 30,
1928, the resources of the foundation
were $31,594,000, an Increase of about
$656,000 over the previous fiscal year.
During the year 1927-1928 the founda
tion began the payment of 82 new al
lowances and pensions of an annual
value of $146,500.
A study of the lives of 358 profes
sors, npw dead, made public in the re
port, indicated that college professors,
especially those in small and quiet
communities, live longer than most
other men.#
Through a study of professors’ sal
aries in 90 colleges and universities,
the foundation found that an average
salary of $3,840 is paid to professors in
32 institutions having less than 1,000
enrollment.
NOTED PLAYWRIGHT DIES.
Jesse Lynch Williams, 1017 Pulit
zer Prize Winner, Expires Suddenly
JORDANVILLE, N. Y. September 16
(JP). —Jesse Lynch Williams, playwright
and author, died here Saturday while
visiting at the home of Theodore
Douglas Robinson, Assistant Secretary
of the Navy. Death was caused by a
heart attack.
Williams was born at Sterling, 111.,
in 1871. A graduate of Princeton
University, he produced, among other
stories, several fictional works on college
life. He was best known as a playwright
for his three and four act comedies.
Williams was awarded the Pulitzer
prize in 1918 for the best American
play produced that year.
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By the Associated Press.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sep
tember 16. —After accidentally
starting a fire today which de
stroyed his home, a 5-year-old
boy turned hero and dragged his
2-year-old sister from the blazing
structure down a nearby hillside
to safety.
The boy, Billy Grey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grey of Levy,
near here, had to drag the child
since she was too heavy for him
to carry.
A few minutes after the rescue
the walls of the small frame
house caved in.
The children were alone in the
house when Billy attempted to
start a fire in the cook stove and
accidentally set the house on fire.
PLANE CRASH INJURIES
FATAL TO NEW YORKER
Mrs. Loretto Golen Sustains Brok
en Back in Fall With Maj.
R. H. Fleet.
By the Associated Press.
WEST LORNE, Ontario, September
16.—Mrs. .Loretto Golen of North
Tonawanda, N. Y., died yesterday in
Victoria Hospital from injuries suf
fered in an airplane crash Friday.
The plane was owned by Maj. R. H.
Fleet of Buffalo, president of the Con
solidated Aircraft Corporation, who was
piloting the machine when it crashed.
He was injured, but hopes are held out
for his recovery.
Mrs. Golen, who was Maj. Fleet’s sec
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Throng of 30,000 in London
Celebrate Century of Po
litical Emancipation.
By the Associated Press.
LONDON, September 16.—The papal
colors of yellow and white rippled in
the breeze over Westminster Cathedral
yesterday, while 30,000 Roman Cath
olice celebrated a century of their po
litical emancipation in England.
A pontifical high mass was celebrated
in the grounds of the cathedral by
Archbishop Williams of Birmingham.
Cardinal Bourne. Archbishop and Met
ropolitan of Westminster, in flowing
robes of scarlet, presided at the throne.
Assisting were six archbishops, while the
rest of the Roman Catholic hierarchy
of England were grouped In a half circle
around the out-of-doors altar.
Services Were Broadcast
Loud speakers and amplifiers carried
the service to the outskirts of the huge
crowd of worshipers. The choir sang
from a cathedral room in full view of ,
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Following the holy cross were Mack
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sandaled feet, Cistercians, Black Friars
and other orders of the church.
After the mass Cardinal Bourne read
a message from Pipe Pius XI which
said: “The august Pontiff has most
gratefully received expressions of filial
homage and devotion which you ad
dressed to him, the common father of
all, on the occasion of the assembly
gathered at Westminster U commem
orate publicly the 100 years of your
rewon religious freedom. He prays
that day by day there may be fresh
progress in the Catholic cause and be
stows upon you all his fatherly bless
ing.” The message was signed by Car
dinal Gasparri, papal secretary of state.
Grounded Mail Ship Refloated.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 16 <JP).
—Messages received here tonight from
the Panama Mail Liner Guatemala,
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Mexican Gulf yesterday, stated the ves
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were Ilyins crashed to the ground.
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senior at Fostorla High School, and
Michael Kimes, 23, an apprentice brick
layer. Klines died of internal injuries
and Hawkins of a fractured skull and
Internal Injuries.
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with Kimes as a passenger, had done
so.
The crash came when the plane slip
ped while making too steep a bank and
struck a tree.
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