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ROSS FATE DARK,
KIDNAPERS SILENT
Clues Fail to Offer Solution
to Disappearance—Rec
ord Complete.
the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, September 30—The
fate of Charles S. Ross appeared as
mncertain today as the next move
Df his three kidnapers.
Five days of intensive investigation
produced several clues, but fione of
fered an immediate solution to the
wealthy 73-year-old retired manu
facturer’s abduction.
Investigators had virtually a com
plete record of his actions from the
time he left a Sycamore, 111., hotel
until he was taken from his car on
a highway 15 miles west of Chicago
Saturday night. There the trail
ended.
One r gap in the record was the
Identity of a man in a gray cap who
talked with Ross at the hotel. A
woman seated in a parked car said
-she saw three men in a big car start
In pursuit of Ross and his former
secretary. Miss Florence Freihage, as
they departed from the hotel.
Fears for Ross’ life increased with
each passing hour. Several hundred
policemen searched fields and woods
near the kidnaping scene for his
body on the theory the elderly victim,
who suffered from heart disease,
died of shock; others, acting on a
possibility he was still a captive,
searched western suburbs for the kid
napers’ hideout.
Mrs. Ross was reported on the
Verge of collapse. She has waited in
vain for word from the abductors.
There was no indication from Fed
eral agents that ransom demands had
a been made.
Anonymous informants with false
elues handicapped investigators. A
•pecial delivery letter, mailed from
Washington, D. C., to Mrs. Ross, was
t.rmed the work of a crank. A
telephone call that Ross’ body had
been found sent police with machine
guns to a former road house. It, too,
proved a false tip.

NO EYE ON WHITE HOUSE
' Hull Disclaims Aspirations to
Democratic Nomination.
Secretary Hull smilingly disclaimed
yesterday any aspirations to the Demo
cratic presidential nomination in 1940.
His attention was called at his press
conference to a recent speech by Karl
A. Crowley, Post Office Department
•olicitor, Indorsing him for the nom
ination.
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RECIPE '
BELOW
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! HOOSIER APPLE PIE
| ljf cups sifted all-purpose M cup sugar 0
| flour H teaspoon salt
j teaspoon salt teaspoon cinnamon I
' )s cup Spry 1 tablespoon quick
1 J tablespoons cold water cooking tapioca 11
■ (about) I cup thin cream or V
* 6 to 8 apples, thinly sliced top milk
t Sift flour and salt together. Add of Spry
| and cut in until mixture is as fine as corn meal,
j (ThL makes your crust tender. And notice how
; easily triple-creamed Spry cuts into your flour.)
* Add remaining Spry and continue cutting un
| til particles are size of a navy bean. (This
I makes your crust flaky.) Sprinkle water, 1
I tablespoon at a time, over mixture. With a
J fork work hghtly together until a dough is
I formed. Roll dough H-inch thick. Place dough
| in pie plate and let relax 5 minutes. Pat with
i ball of dough. Trim pastry 1 j-inch larger than
j pan and turn .back edge. Flute rim.
* Combine apples with mixture of sugar, salt.
I cinnamon and tapioca. Fill unbaked pie shell
| with apple mixture, arranging top slices in
s circle. Pour cream over apples. Bake in hot
» oven (425“ F.) 40 to 50
f minutes. Serve warm —
| and watch it disappear!
| Your family will demand
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* remember, only Spry can
I give perfect results!
| (All measurements in this
j recipe are level.)
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P Spry. And see how easily this purer,
1 creamier shortening cuts into your
A flour. Just follow the simple direc
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J
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