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 - Miles Vaughn, Major Drown TOKYO, Jan....
Miles Vaughn, Major Drown TOKYO, Jan. 31.--(IB--Miles W. Vaughn, United Press vice-president vice-president and general manager for Asia, was drowned Sunday when his sampan capsized while he was hunting ducks in Tokyo bay. He was 57 years old. The bodies of the famous far eastern correspondent and that of Maj. T. R. Haddock, United States army dental officer of Cape Girardeau, Girardeau, Mo., were identified this evening evening at the Forty-ninth general hos- 'pital. They had been recovered from I the water after being spotted by army helicopter which took part with other army planes and the Japanese-harbor patrol in a 24- hour search of the bay area. Two Japanese who were in the sampan with the two Americans also were drowned. They were Sekizo Uycda, 'former president of the pre-war Nippon Dcmpo news agency, and Vaughn's Japanese of snow would h u n t i n g guide. Kenji Horiudii. of 71 guide's 11-year-old son was; missing and believed drowned. i The four bodies wore recovered near the fishing village of Funabashi. Funabashi. about ten miles east of ! at the northcin end of Tokyo They were brought \o the Tokyo | harbor-master by Japanese niari- | time safety authorities and taken "- the hospital, where they were ! identified. Vaughn's son. Miles Sliarman j Vaughn, identified the body of his father. Haddock's body was identi-! I ficd by another army officer. i Available details of the tragedy in ! board "and powered b'y'a" der gasoline engine, was swamped i ' " " 1C rough waters of Tokyo bay "a i h v v a l ? l "' d ° 11 sf ) llal] sh " rtl - v a f l c r M H ' i v against indicated the hunters' sampan, an free-' noon Sundav. Two New Members "de-;,/()(/·} TIM Clllb union l SAN BRUNO, Jan. 31.--At tho ^' c ^ lu%s ^ a . v meeting of tlie TPM being 1w " new members were a d - ; ' i n ! i U e ( 1 - Mrs - H:li(io AV:ll b« k and ' lick, Unria'iim,"! ^1: Li "- v Hcinhardt. _ _ _ j a i ] . Thf evening was spent in mak- ing dress forms under (be i n s 1km of Mrs. Hugh Line. Mrs. l i " "' *}TM- 'J'^ h Line Mrs. K . : w a s read Turnho »el'. and Mrs. Kny Hunsper-1

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  1. The Times,
  2. 31 Jan 1949, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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