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AIL NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. tL, 193 Bkljrn. Sec 7 DEEP SEA GOLD LURES I. DIVER QUEENS WILL BATTLE DIVISION OF SERVICE ON TWO SUBWA Weird Steel Suits to Protect Salvagers at Perilous Depths By LEO HOFELLER. Is a man old at sixty? Harry L.
ating T. trams which run only as far as Bridge Queens north shore civic leaders and business men wxQ oppose any plan for the recapture by the city Long Island City, throng! Flushing, and to using the Ass nf UTiitttnii T. hast I extension exclusively for the I. i Milton Fnedberg, secretary crvie committee of the Aston vnblican club, said: "Astoria people will never to a divided service. The and the R.
T. must contin of the Queens-boro subway from Times Manhattan, Astoria and Flushing for the purpose of sep-a a i the service of the two extensions on the north shore of Queens. The leaders say they have learned that city 1 i j. sS i i RUNAWAY GIRL NOW IS SOUGHT IN QUAKER CITY A sudden determination to carry out her expressed wish to visit Philadlphia, for reasons unknown to her parents, is believed to have prompted pretty Elizabeth Fickle, 16, of 1227 Atlantic Brooklyn, to run away from 'home Palm Sunday. Following a fruitless search by the girl's parents and friends, police were asked yesterday to take up the hunt.
Schoolmates at the Holy Family school, 290 Seimrz Brooklyn, told of her repeated desire to visit friends in Philadelphia. She is described as 5 feet, 5 inches tall; weighs 135 pounds; has blue eyes and brown bobbed hair. When she left home, ostensibly to buy newspapers from a nearby dealer, she wore a light green dress, a plaid sport coat with gray fur collar, black silk hat, gray silk stockings, patent leather shoes and a ring on which was inscribed the initial E. operate on both extensions." Alfred M. Barrett, former lie service commissioner, who in Flushing, said: "We will insist on having lines.
"I will oppose any plan AlfTtd M. Barrett omcials are giv- will take away any service being given." ing serious consideration to oper COVERS SLIP I SALE PHOKS SHORE ROAD gSfi FOR SAMPLES UPHOLSTERY OFFER his own answer. He is preparing to venture into the depths of the English channel and other European water in an enterprise beside -which the exploits of channel swimmers will seem tame. Clothed in a ponderous new metal diving uit, his osa invention, Bowdoin hopes to recover millions of dollars in sunken wealth. With two divers.
John E. Dahl and John R. Kelley, of S-4 salvage fame, the hardy old inventor expects to be tearing vast riches from the sea's grasp before next June. Eight now he's trying to purchase a vessel suitable for oceanic travel and salvage work. Deep Sea Robot.
The new metal diving suit is capable, says its designer, of permitting its wearer to remain 200 feet below the water level for five or more consecutive hours. Bow-Join declares he recently went down 200 feet and remained there for forty-live minutes, thereby setting a new record for deep-sea diving. It has taken him twelve years to perfect this 1,400 pound outfit in which he believes he can salvage wrecks beyond the reach of divers in ordinary rubber suits. Its steel body and various intricate mechanisms, Bowdoin believes, not only will allow a diver to descend further and work at that depth longer than heretofore, but will also lower and raise a man more quickly. Lure of- Millions.
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Wt eevers till waai 1 frames ew springs; poliftbed This weird contraption of fef, weighing 1,400 pounds and ro-membling what fancy picture of some Martian monster, is one of the ponderous diving suits with which Bowdoin hopes to overcome the difficulties of deep-sea salvage. Bowdoin' face is seen peering through the headpiece. UPHOLSTEl COMPANt LEAGUE'S OPENER The Highland Park Baseball league will open its season at Highland Park, Jamaica ave. and Linwood Saturday at 1 p. m.
The league is composed of amateur teams in the East New York and Cypress Hills sections. TEXTILE Jamaica Branch: 1S5-S1 JAMAICA Brooklyn BrancA: 118 COI RI T. Phone MA In 5i57 bww Ridoe Branch: 6711 Ath AVE. Phone HH Ore Kd. Sa56 merged.
Then, when I'm rich, I'll talk as long as you wish. Just wait." i his twentieth century pros pector has already mapped out his itinerary. First he will explore the floor of the English channel. Insurance tompames have $100,000 SUIT ECHO OF TOOTH PULLING A suit for $100,000 damages was filed by Harry Kaplan of 198 Powell Brooklyn, in the Kings county clerk's office yesterday against Dr. David Kavaler, a dentist, at 544 Dnmond The complaint charges that Dr.
Kavaler, without having X-ray photographs taken, advised Mrs. Kaplan to permit him to extract two teeth. Kaplan claims his wife was a weakened condition from the grippe and that gangrene developed after the extraction. Mrs. Kaplan died Jan.
7. lMJ 4rf vi Harry L. Bowdoin Whitestone inventor who will jrrapple with Neptune for sunken sea treasures, formed him of $15,000,000, and $1,000,000 wrecks now waiting the lifting hand of some courageous salvager. After he has tried his fortunes at these tasks lie will proceed to Greece. And there, in the Aegean sea, he will search for the $80,000,000 Raid to be lost off Greece's coast.
After that he plans to delve in Spanish coastal waters, where he believes $100,000,000 in treasure awaits the iron hand of his diving giant. Inventor Is Taciturn. Bowdoin, too, will take a cameraman with him to record perma No Money Down! 12 Months to Pay! 3 large blazing blue whito diamonds set in aa exquisitely new setting of 18 kt. white gold. wi.y $28-50 V-nil for Yn in teat ei Ctaloc taprt Moiaiv U1 CaU.
Pnapt tMiwj. nently the mysteries of life 200 feet below sea level. The suit affords sufficient space for a photographer to work in fact, Bow li i.im wii i.iii jmwii.i ill ONriOKNTIAL doin asserts that a man can actually seat himself in its iron casing. The inventive Long Islander was Smith State St OWf Downtown Store: KiSIITv 5th Ave. 9tb St.
Oar NLT South Bravklr. Htmrtl Mntn BtieU BtaHaai oi mtk ara. 789 Broadway Oar ONLY WiUiaaukirrr Star.) RaB A to. b4atiaa B'wajr "LS at Fayette St. not over-wimnsr to talk of his three abort Blocka from Fnli 9 FlatBmh Aire.
brain-child and the feats he hopes I OMRS AOOVX FULTON T. I tOPEH DAJLV UNTIL I to accomplish, "Wait until I get the money," he until I raise some of these millions cow btms suh-.
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