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Richmond Times-Dispatelif Wednesday July 31 1935 rirar Rescue Three As Boat Founders on Coast Bomber Flies On Test Flight in Seattle a :3 Sf i a 3fl ml -Si in It 9- Hi 3C DC it ch lie I nv ur lex wr pc rj ffi ei 4 i i ea rn er pe tb 9 I ret ly TH se at la Tj Mv 3 IS 1 FLYING FORTRESS TRIES ITS XU reputation as the deadliest flying machine in the world established even before it took the air in this first test flight Sunday at Seattle this 15-ton Boeing bomber has all the latest things it takes to make aerial warfare After it had gone through 1U paces for 90 minutes the four-motored war plane was declared "satisfactory and in August will do 1U stuff before Army Air Corps officers AP Photo LARGEST OF ITS Undaunted by the Akron and Shenandoah disasters the United States Gov-eminent Is going in for dirigibles again this time for the Army Air Corps Here is the largest Ship of its type now nearing completion at the Army's lighte r-thaa-slr base at Belleville UL the TC-14 Carrying a crew of 10 men she is 235 feet long is estimated to cost $200000 and will make her first test flight in AP Photo WELL-DIGGER BURIED Buried a the bottom Of that well is Richard Hojanickl 44 EfforU of neighbors to rescue him proved futile and three other men almost lost thdr lives In the attempts additional cave-ins menacing them at his Long Island summer home Monday AP Photo SINGING THEME SONG FOR 'The New Deal seeks to pervert or subvert the Consti-tuUonVwas the charge of Chairman Henry Fletcher of the Republican National Committee when he went on the air Monday at Washington And immediately all the political commentators began to wonder if he were not singing the theme sang for the next Republican fight for the AP Photo THE NAVY TO THE This woman was but one of three persons rescued by a group of Unde Barn's gobs from the battleship Pennsylvania when their rowboat overturned with them in the harbor at Seattle Friday Mrs George Tracy the unconscious woman shown being carried aboard the Pennsylvania by Sailor Well AP Photo r-- FLOOD SCENE SHIFTS TO When a three-inch rain swept do wn on the Hocking Valley at Lancaster Ohio Monday night within an hour time and swelled the waters of the river to flood proportions almost the entire valley was ravaged by the torrent and hundreds had to flee their homes for higher ground to save their lives One known death was the result with 300 left homeless and damage estimated at $1000000 This air view shows one of the hardest hit section in the AP Photo FINISH PLANS FOR BIG MASS Members of the Joint committee representing Richmond political and civic dubs who completed plans for the city-wide Democratic mass meeting Saturday in Bryan Park last night at the William Byrd Hotel They are? Seated (left to right)- George Williams treasurer Lee Ward Club A Crafts general chairman Lee Ward Club Frank Cowardin president Lee Ward Club A Schuman chairman of ticket committee Standing: '-eft to right) Roseoe Greenway president of the Southside Democratic Committee Burke president of the Fork Mosby Club Jeff SUrxe entertainment committee Taylor Goode chairman of the prise committee George Motley entertainment committee Tom Sanders entertainment committee Clarence Riddick Chairman of the entertainment committee A Cohn president of the Richmond Democratic Club vice-president of the day Ward dub John Mallory ticket committee French vice-president East End Civic Association Wlhlam Brennan president of the Highland Park dvic Association andE'A Moees sergeant-at-arms Jefferson Ward Welfare Association OFF TO THE RACES" WINS $1 PICTURE "Hl there folks" says little Dale Bartley of MUUUebrook Va as he breaks out Nanny his goat for his and her daily recreation to win the $1 ama- -teur photography prse for his "Mg Mrs Charles 427 Keswick Street Clifton Forge Va The Tlmes-Dispatch will pay $1 for each picture published on this page Names of living subjects must be inclosed' Entries should be addressed to Editor 1 Tlmes-Dispatch Richmond Va Pictures cannot be returned unkw iimex-uixpatcn suenmono va pictures cannot bi HOW HITLER LOOKS TO SELASSIE'S A street artist at Addu Ababa capital of Abyssinia painted his conception of what Herr Hitler looks like and began to peddle them about the streets for $5 a- copy In Wtmerlcanese he is "cleaning up" What could he do if lie painted CuMoUni in the same AP Photo 1 VIRGINIA TECH CAMPUS FROM THE Students and alumrl of Virginia Polytechnic Institute are more than ever Justly proud of their campus at Blacksburg what with its four new buildings erected since January 1 1934 with Its $1086000 grant from the PWA if you are an atumnus or a student you will have no trouble in picking them out from this aerial photo If notjust use your imagination At right Is the new auditorium (seats 3100) and administration building which will be ccfepleted by Christmas Center foreground is the utilities In background left of center the new stone dormitory and at left is the new faculty apartment house -7 I accompanied by staaiped self-addressed container i 7 A.

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