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TOLEDO YOUTH DROWNS OFF WEST SISTER ISL
Eighteen boats from yacht clubs in tills territory and the coast guard station at Mairblehead were search¬ ing Irake Erie his week, for the body of Edward Arnos^Jr., 31, of 2274 Gienwood avenue, Toledo, a University of Toledo student, who drowned Saturday night while sail¬ ing \%tith a party of friends to West Sister Island. Mr. Arnos, according to witnesses* fell from the ih'oat in the darkness while attempting to walk along the j side of the bow. He was wearing a leather jacket and heavy overcoat and was believed to have been unable to; swim because of the weight oif his clothing. to- yi O - I **J* 3 I
The party was on its way to visit' Mr. and Mrs. George Gamphier, light- j house keeper on West Sister Island. \ The era/ft was three miles off the island when the tragedy occurred.
The victim is the son of Edward M. Arnos, president of the Securities Jng„ Ohio bank building ,Toledb.
(Mr. Arnps was the owner otf the froat whicft Jg KnPWn as the Manilla,
&n auxiliary ppibift mtKboat docked at
Tthe Pay View Ymht eiufo.
/Besides the youth Mie party includ¬ ed Dr. Philip K. Miller, Mrs. Miller, John Crosby, Erma Friends, Mrs. gleaner Brenkiman, Mary Sip ear and
Mrs, Jvai Smith, all of Toledo,
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