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January 08, 1928 - Image 6

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Tare I,(I ie i to e5I mett Iw I i SI
0[1[4, . s wasoperatig ffProviuicetown, ~
BECOME DEFNDA T aji1:< H not haveba hio
IN 1 DIA T R i~ IY~ es"susicion thiat the 8-4 was
1,1I~PNAN T R YLISS A FOIIM Eli In explaining tenaming of Corn-
WITNESS IN THlE S-1 an,r 1flaylisis as a defendant, o0th-I
HIEAlRIN(Gcars o° the court said it 'was an es-
i life lrule insu ch caeshat he
EVENT CAUSES SE:NSATION, cininainder o vessel which hail
l'Ieen Inl a collision with another shouldl
Under Admiralty Rule, Comlmander 0 be so named in subsequent proceed-j
Boat In Collislon WVi ny jugs. As a defendant, it was pointed
Vessel lleeom'e Defendat out, Commander B~ayliss would have
greater privileges than as a u:2"re in-
(fly Associated Press) torested Harty, being empoweredl to
BOSTON, Jan., 7-Under the admir- refuse to reply to questions, and to
alty rule that the coniander of a , ummflonIxwitnesses on his own ac-
vessel which is in collision with ai Teeainto f'omne
otherbecoes a efenant mthe ay liss, up to the point where he
subsequent inquiry, Lieutenant Cone-s was named as defendant, had dealt:
mander. John S. . Bayliss, who coi-E with the mission of the Paulding in
mnanded the Coaist Guard destroyer Cape Cod waters, and exact course she
Paulding when it rammed and sank followed in reaching the scene of the
the ubmrin S- offProinctowi jcollision.
the ubmrineS-4offProvnceown The mission of the Paulding on thej
on December 17, today was named a !day of the accident, her commander1
defendant before the naval court of csaid, was to search a specified area
inquiry investigating the S9-4 disas- Ijin Massachusetts bay and along Cape
ter'. Cod in connection with routine Coast
The action came in the midst of' Guard duty. One such duty was to
testiniony which Commander Bayliss keep watch for vssels whose names
was giving as a voluntary witness and !were on a confidential list supplied
r'esulted from his formal admission to the Coast Guard.
that the Paulding had been in colli-I
lion with the S-4 at the place lunl on
the date named.
Ase yteIrsEAo'i n .mandler Leslie l. Bralton, whether lie ijX/"y 417 AT T
hadl ever seenWH a sph it rne opera i' YNO ATA
submerged iin thle x ;.tecrs of 1thee t'ja in
Cod area, thle wit ne;s repliedl: 0 " ERSi
"Until the I inec we had i he' collision K ITCH TENETTE r
with the 8-4 -when sheeegd 1(V
uenly on 0our poi't how, * neversa~v J"TIS YEA\R
asub~marine opIerat ig 51Ilucl rgoti i
this area." I'
Several other (IU(5t ioiis Iiadbeen ii
been put and answered be 'ore lteair Cream Tomato Soup
Admiral Richard 11. Jaclisoii, ipresk "
(lent of thle courit, notified I lie wit- -
ness tht flint eiiniony hadl been ipre- PIa 6as t Porkle with iDJreSSing
sonic~ teCob lng(snIna 11(er ay -
liss lealyasadefen dantii he ore I n C
court. Tblc incidlent (aise(d ammen Ci- -Fried Chicken
tary snr;tion in a norning; of nuW s Cnidwa ouieeiei~,at t a Candied Sweet Potatoes
some time before those prsM asi/Vashed Potatoes
ed the ieal signiificancie of the. pre-- Sw1eet Corn Pudding -
siding officer's statement.
in idral IinM ' Swet Pikl Relish
X 7li'e Adlmtial Jaclhson explained Saa el
later that the changing of thet status~ Fruit Sala d
of the witne s lv' was purely formial and With Whipped Cream 1
mony, Commander Blayliss and his~
counsel, Commander Leroy Reinburg, 5
commanding the third coast guar d.=
destroyer squadron, requested and fin-
ally obtained an adjournment of tlip Noonday Luncheon. .. .35c
court until Monday in order to p4A_1 RgarDne. ..0
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_.,, tCUS tllt !lby I oiox':. a :..i lalvaill
aP i. il~tti, ta . . of 1.cI'V'id imi-
Iipi, I',i~c~l i , st shf) h s i
I' '1" i'}Id 1?'.a.. 1 hiS bcl ho
i '3 }I'n11i in xt fin asIi i-opt)ogiC'a
\,,oik (oi A nins aa i Ittii1n Lni i o-
pl~ogy andi author (I' ,ha book deadiln
ji Ii 1,1h0earl y in habit a its of the
('allary Islands. Ile also acted as
editor of "1i lrvard African Studies,"
;andl has publ ihed a number of articles
oni physical anthropology.
Professor Hlooton is a fellow of the
'American Association for the ad-
vancement <neet of Science and of the
Rocyal Anthropological institute. He
also holds membership in a number
'of learned societies.

t 1t lt i t(I l "c' if t e n .,171! , of the !
trtl i) I d cc o liii o o at., 811' i :stitut-
ti111. I. lst:cl ihisiIowa is faced Witht


I 'j~a~i-si? of a tinie whlen half ~
7 , lde he ofhi hi
. ; _ 1 ! t h oIr r af, (.dtt o Y i Cy t x t a , 1 5 's t o 8 1 1 1 ) -
ti - ' ia 1 -uofin. iS 11 St leilll
Ft 'i c_ thaLt ilai.;hithe only way to
Cov rnriitw iainillI ieconnlinie'nd4 thast
[Iie remedy 1be a lip] flto thle canrs
a 11(1 rut w~it ii] until tre.almettwas
lul- y. In the case of marriage d\--/
th l'owsv are too lax, he wants the
feeble minded and physically (defective E alin M 1organ.
to be preve'nted from marryinig. The formner tgoveinor of West Vir-
Western Union and the Radio Cor- ginia, Ephra<imIu organ, has been ap-
porationi of America have reached an pointedI solicitor of the Un~itedl States
agreement whereby it will be possible deiiartnicit ofI commince. lHe suec-
Sto offer telegram service between all s(eds Judge Stephen B. IDavis, re-
ships and land points, signed.

A comittelle of live miember-sha
1)(('11 Spi)Oil d )vy1theCihbr
.in~E'i'e(l( irector" to inlvestigate thq10
CO'- hal ost(f equip~ping thleStc(ere
ai 1proper(ty with a1 bealcon, flool
1 i t li~iin :r anti othe r facilities c)1
It also heca1nie appai~rent ye~terd'dy
that the (dived ors hamv('not. definite1v'
sI)O Il( he'i nnteSteer(' farm Il)rity
asthe, s;ite of I lie proI)u('iied a porl"
f'0 Oifl:lf.11 '()t six lhas been 1 (110-
, t i to s*'lt't e r Oli i OIII'p(' y will
1,1e_'nliibersof tlils group wvill hb.
C corge W. Langfzordl, [1. If.1.At «well,
{'i a rles H. Ifi tilersomi, Siriley wV.
Sin ithl, secret ary Or liIII( nivers;il'
IFielding IH. Yost, and I lerhbert Silt~es-
The committee wich is to report
in two weeks on the approxiniat(' os:t
for conditioning and equipping; the
1.15 acres at the Sleeve farm includecs
11 1 -I. Atwell, Milo (}liphalnt, Rzobert.
Norris, Manley Osgood (ml Prof'. F
lix W. Pawlowski.

The Dieiiocr'atic niational comimit-I
teeman, Thomas Taggart, has bieeni
suffering from an illness which con-
fined him to his bed at Indianapolis,




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