Maintain Turf Interests: J. Adams Payne, Jr., to Continue Business Left by His Father, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-11


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i 1 ■ 1 2 ? - - e = MAINTAIN TURF INTERESTS S J. Adams Payne, Jr., to Continue Business 55 Left by His Father. CINCINNATI, Ohio, June 10.— John Adams ,s Payne. Jr., it was made known yesterday, F« has taken over all of his late fathers turf rf interests and livestock insurance business. S. The late John A. Payne, in addition to being [g general manager of the thoroughbred horse ,e department of the Hartford Livestock Insurance 1 Company, was a partner with Robert rt H. West in the ownership of a band of thoroughbred r- mares, yearlings and foals located d on a farm in Kenton County, Ky., not far ir from Latonia, where the stallion Thunderstorm r. is in service. The firm of Payne and West also owns several - other yearlings located at farms near If Lexington. =

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