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WHEN FLIERS BROKE ENDURANCE RECORD
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[[image of two men]]
[[distant image of planes]]
Scenes as Reginald E. Robbins and James Kelly, Fort Worth, Tex., flyers, shattered the world's record for endurance flights in their single-motored monoplane, Fort Worth, in the air above the Texas city. Top picture shows the Fort Worth in the air with Robbins appearing at the front glass and Kelly standing up in the rear opening ready to catch the gas refueling line. Below, left, are Robbins and Kelly with the dog mascot which they took aloft for the trip, and the right, the Fort Worth refueling in the air.

Monday's Entries
Continued from the first page
-109. Helem E. 102, Overfire 109, Golden Sight 112, Shasta Belle 102, Adele W. 104, Frances Rock 107, Bill Cosgrave 109, Donna Santa 102.
Apprentice allowance claimed
Weather clear: track fast
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BELMONT
FIRST RACE- $1,000, claiming 2-year-old fillies, 4 1/2 furlongs: Norma Jean 106, FAir Dawn 106, My Brentwood Girl 112, Sewing circle 112, Bannerette 112, Madder 109, My Toy 107, Rain Crow 102 Catados 109, Andra 113, Mabla 112, El Relicario 113, Tempt 100, Molvina 101, Violeta 118, Godiva 109, Marie S. 108.
SECOND RACE- Steeplechase, $1400, 4-year-olds and up, about 2 miles: Redbridge 132. Foretime 132, Way Fair 140, Archway 130, Silver Dawn 2nd 131, Darkness 130.
THIRD RACE- $1,200, 3-year-olds mile: Holiday 116, Sunvir 112, White Pop 113, Altitude 111, Sun Hatter 109, Griffin 109, Dail 109, Chicatie 112, Lisa 107, [[?]] [[?]][[?]][[?]][[?]] Cherry Pie  


FUND PARLEY 
END IS NEAR
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Little Chance Is Seen for Agreement on Reparations.
Paris, May 27(AP)-End of long conference of experts on reparations was believed Monday to be at hand with such further meetings as the experts arrange intended more to find a substitute for the world "failure" than to reach an accord.

These efforts it was believed, would that the form of a report to the governments concerned, much as the experts have been formulating for the last few weeks, which would stat expressly points of agreement and disagreement and leave the problem of getting together to the governments for diplomatic negotiation. 

There was some optimism but it seemed to be the optimism of sentiment rather than of fact. Certain French circles, for instance, charged the refusal of Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, German spokesman, to recede further in an effort at compromise was "bluff." It was argued he must know the consequences to his country's credit if the conference failed to reach and agreement and would abandon his stand before he would let the experts disband in failure.

Cooper Is Honored
by Ohio Society 

MATHER PLAN 
SITE IS BOUGH
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21 Acres Obtained [[?]]
for New Bumper 
Factory.
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Another new factory for [[?]] is assured Monday with the announcement that Gordon M.[[?]] has acquired 21 acred 80 rods [[?]] of the Terminal railroad plant of [[?]] company. 

The property, purchade from Ruth Murray, was acquired for [[?]] Mather by Grant Williams, real estate dealer. It has a frontage of [[?]] feet in Detroit avenue and about 1,100 feet on the Pere Marquette. The 70-acre site which Mr. Mather had considered from the New Yorl Central railroad, was given up [[?]] the 21-acre trqact, into which the New York Central will run sidetracks. 

Mr. Mather said Monday that [[?]] the property has been acquired, plans for the plant have been prepared. This will be the new company and the probability is that the project develops the Mather Spring Co., of which Mr. Mather the head, will have its home on 21-acre tract. 

This is the sixth large industry development either under way [[?]] planned for that section. The [[?]] plant of the City Auto Stamping is rapidly nearing completion. [[?]] Precision Devices, Inc., is nearing completion of its development plans for a factory at telegraph [[?]] Laskey roads.

The new Spicer plant addition building covering 10 acres, is [[?]] [[?]] under roof. The two new plants of the Air Reduction Co. building in that territory.
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JUDGE KILLITS 
ARRIVED HOME
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Resumes His Duties 
Federal Court 
Here. 
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After a five months' sojourn [[?]] Europe, Egypt and the Near [[?]] Federal Judge John M. Killts arrived in Toledo Sunday; appear [[?]] and hearty. The judge went once to his home, 324 [[?]] street. Mrs. Killits, who was [[?]] companion on the trip, stopped [[?]] Washington to visit friends. The couple arrive in New York same day on the U.S. liner American. 

Judge Killits was up early Monay and had departed for his new appointed office in the federal building before 8 A.M. 

Judge and Mrs. Killits left Toledo Jan 4 and during their [[?]] visited all the Mediterranean countries, the Balkans and Egypt stopping at the principal European countries on their return from Alexandria. The judge retired from active duties on the federal [[?]] last Oct. 6, when he was 70 years of age, after serving 18 years, [[?]] did not resign and will continue to hear cases upon call.

Probably the first case in [[?]] judge will sit in federal court [[?]] is a suit against the General Electric Co. and involving [[?]] [[?]] lenses. The issue was partially hear by Judge Killits last year during judge Killits' abesence new chamber has been fitted [[?]] him adjacent to the court room. 
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Post Is Slated
for Ex-Prison
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Philadelphia, May 27 (AP) - 
Philadelphia Record said Sunday [[?]] had learned from an [[?]] source that Henry G. Brock, [[?]]
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