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Death and Desolation Follow Ohio River Flood
" Police boat shown removifig' a water-imprisoned Cincinnati resident as flood waters following torren tial rains swept the Qhioyalley, inundafing rural and.city. lands, causing deaths and untold suffering, .as. thousands of persons were, foreéd’ to,'vacate homes and, property, estimated atvmany millions of dollars, _;was, destroyed. g‘7 s?},u i ‘ ,\,',--:.‘_,;ﬂ,:[rf-:ki.-. ;:‘ i AI« i : '-‘ ;,'r‘ y o iA . PR, 2R (R , ’ (I SRR e a FAQOERE LR DUy e B Tl ; v s V. N kg AR e Howard Hughes Sets New Air Record Howard Hughes, in the) cockpit of his monoplane,;‘'Winged Bullet,” ‘at the Newark airport after he had set a new transcontinental speed mark. Burning the wind at.an estimated average'speed of 332 miles an hour, the flying movie producer drove across, the ¢ontinent in'seven hours &hd ‘thirty-one minutes. e o s R B T LEADS INDUSTRIALISTS William »'B:. Warner, who was elected president of the National wAgsociation of Manufacturers at a nmeeting of ' the directors in New York recently. Mr. Warner, a for mer president of the National Pub ,lishers association, succeeds C. M. ‘Chester, who was elected chairman .of the board. - ‘Rector Is Made Bishop by His Father For the first time in the history of the Episcopal church in America a bishop has elevated his son to the episcopacy. At the left is Rev. Dr. Lawrence of Springfield, Mass., elevated to the bishop of western Massa chusetts by his father, Rev. William Lawrence, retired bishop of Massa chusetts. Rev) Frederick C. Lawrence (right), his brother, rector of St. Peter’s church, Cambridge, Mass., aided in the service. WHITE BLUFFS SPOKESMAN Second Inaugural Finds President Roosevelt Fit i ..v"»‘:':" ) i ‘g'-_!.-‘ijl a é i . ) % & ~, An excellenf study, of President and Mrs. Franklin D. Rooseyvelt as they appeared in their open car, fol " lowing his second inauguration. Despite the downpour of rain, the President refused to disappoint those who » had:waited for hours tp see him and rode,in an open:, car to the White, House. el il L ' California “U” Teac’:h%as Cosmetology . Students. iof the" University ‘of California, who have, enrolled for a _course in #/Cosmetology,’ ‘taught by an expert cosmetician. The students learn by practical experiénce the intricate methods used in feminine beautification. B ' _ L NEW FRENCH 'ENVOY A recent photo of Georges Bonnet, veteran minister of French cabi nets, who was named French am bassador to the United States to succeed Andre de Laboulaye. M. Bonnet is one of the leaders of the radical Socialist party, which now is in power. ‘ SHE’D BE CLAN CHIEF A photograph of Miss Catriona Louise Mac Lean, of Ardgour, Scot land, seventeen-year-old claimant to the chieftaincy of the clan Mac- Lean of Ardgour. Her claim is op posed by Lieut. Commander Henry Mac Lean, of Bursledon, Hampshire, who appealed in the Edinburgh court of session against the decision of Sir Francis Grant, the Lord Lyon King of Arms.