Harry Howard Holt 5 Mar 1943 Newport Mercury
LEVIN ST. MAN HURT IN.LEAP FROM WINDOW Harry Howard Holt, ift. In "Poor" Condition at Mew- port Hospital Harry Howard Holt, 48, a machinist's helper at the Naval Torpedo Station, was tcscribed J "poor" condition Wednesday at the Newport Hospital, where he was taken shorty after midnight after lie had leaped from the end floor window of his home 110 Levin street. Dr. Allan G. verton said the man had a turcd skull. Fund After being stopped by his in making several attempts to Jump out of a window, Holt --,.,-were to police said, but halt him when he v ^th hU son, ' Ellsworth j^ while his wife went out of room for a few minutes. Tho boy *Â·Â»Â«~"'Â» w h e n h i r/,. ii,. *TM. TMtÂ«* ..1,1 K.,t Hore a mu _ e cn '" on he ran the w | n dow and leaned out. Samuel H. Dugan, on [ duty at pollce headquarters, in- .._ .,...,, con6C | oua partly In the gutter and _ a r t l y o n ' t h o curb Policeman 'n j _ craft investigated. It uate was 6a! ,j Ho i t na() not been feeling by a telephone supervisor tn at a man was lying In the scout car and the city am- various . H otl was found lying u^ B , nco Tuesday noon.