"...the legislation es the war department to hold and all other army personnel in service six months after the end of the war Dr FrankConrad 3 Pioneer Dies at Miami Dec FrankConrad 67 assistant chief engineer ... at the trie and Manufacturing died of low night at 1 his Miami Fta home Interested in radio ns early 33 shore were Cecil Agai or the naval and O'Dowd com Dally v c further big landing gained in the sWc to north
"...at 6 day in Buhl Lacy was a painter and Funeral services will be held at 2 Saturday at Funeral OTHER DEATHS FrankConradFrank Con assistant chief engineer of Westinghouse Electric and Manu and often ... and the distribution of baskets to needy at Chief of Police Hutton was guest at the HiY He discussed the topic of Many Interesting asked by the members were answered by Chief Funeral services were to held those ... on the but cities Thursday morning at 11 oclock from j adopted dimouts or black the Ritchie funeral South Mill New Interment was in Greenwood Evan Evan of time that Germany and Italy had concluded a supplementary mil ... have been brought back from employe of tho National Malleable i nrl of Car P n..."
Dec 11 1941
Greenville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
"...Conrad 67 assistant chief en gineer at the Westinghouse Co died of a heart attack last night at his Miami Fla home Interested in radio as early at 1913 Conrad established the station known as 8 KX which ... Players Jo 120 EAST CENTRAL AVE OPEN EVENINGS RADIOS afternoon Mr has been a patient in the Warren hospital is home now and slowly recovering Mr and Mrs Merton Brown and children called on Mr and Mrs Merle ... children and five grandchildren j Funeral arrangements are incomplete WANTS TO HELP WASHINGTON Dec eral John J Pershing commander of the AEF in the First World War offered his services to his country again ... dressed 130 pounds the second day of hunting season Mrs William Miller of spent couple of days last week with her daughter Mrs Morris Halfast Conrad Radio Pioneer Dies of Heart Attack PITTSBURGH Dec 1 ..."
Dec 12 1941
Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America