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Pajama Clad Pershing tied to France it mf 4 - Legion and Paris Bands Blare YMadelon' and 'Over Thnere' in Greeting 'WE CAN'T FORGET YOU,' IS PAINLEVE'S TRIBUTE GENERAL PERSHING OCEAN LINER SAVES , 4 IN CANOE SPILL Picks Up Youths Clinging to Canoe, Blown Out to Sea "S. S. CANANOVA, Sent. 16. (By radio to the Associated Press) Four to sea from Shepshead Bay. were res - young canoeists, who were blown out cued tonignt oy tne crew or this ship after their craft ha dovertumed and thev were on the verge of collapse. The rescue was made in Ambrose Channel. The youths had been ' clinorins to their canoe fo an hour before they were picked up. After being taken on board the Cananova, the young men were given .luonunuea . on rage , Ten. French Capital Cay as 30,000 of, 2d A. E. F. Celebrate - Return PARIS, Sept. 16 (A.P.). General - Pershing x and his doughboys are back in France again. Tonight the air of Paris is filled with lilting wartime tunes, "Madelon" and "Over There" and thoughts of French people have fumed back to remembrances remembrances of those days of 1017 when ! Europe made the ac - I quaintance of the Yank in uniform. This time the Yank 30,000 of him, they say is in the city and there isn't a man in all Europe to prevent him as heg oes on the ob of seeing France as a civilian. All Paris has caught the carnival spirit that this second A. E. F. has brought, and the whole country looks forward to taking a holiday Monday when American Legionnaires parade through the capital before opening their convention on. soil they helped save ten shore years ago. Pershing In Bathrobe General Pershing 1,600 of the men he commanded in the war arrived this morning at Cherbourg aboard the Leviathan, greatest of wartime transports. French officials boarded a tender and went out into the bay to greet the returning doughboys. They found General Pershing in a dressing gown and other Legionnaires in pajamas. They gave their welcome although they had to compete with Impatient passengers double timing it along the (Continued on Page Ten) ' A PAUL PAINLEVE FATHER SLAYS SON 'FOR NO REASON1 'I Was Overcome With Mad De sire,' He Confesses to Neighbors LOS ANGELES. Calif.. Sent. 16 A.P.). Overcome with a "mad desire" desire" to slay his child, Matt Minarlch. 46, today admitted he had strangled his 11 - year - old son, John. - After the killing. Minarlch called neighbors and led them to an arrovo where he had thrown the body. I can't t - jii why I Killed him." ne said "I had no reason to harm him; he had not done a thing for which he would have been punished. A mad desire suddenly came over me to slay my child. I ask no favor I muts pay the penalty for my ace

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 17 Sep 1927, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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