Titanic Sinking - 64 Bodies Recovered

64 BODIES OF TITANIC VICTIMS FOUND; SOME BURIED AT SEA, UNIDENTIFIED

Cable Steamer Mackay-Bennett on Special Cruise Sends Word of Recovery.

OTHER SHIPS SAW BODIES.

Liner Bremen Reports Much Wreckage in the Vicinity of the Titanic Disaster.

SEARCH MAY GO ON A WEEK

Word Will Be Flashed at Once, So White Star Reports, if Identifications Are Made.

WIRELESS LIMIT IS 200 MILES

Mackay-Bennett May Have to Report Results Through Other Vessels While Remaining at Scene.

WENT OUT FULLY EQUIPPED

A Supply of Funeral Appliances Aboard---Reached Wreckage Spot Saturday Night.

ST. JOHN'S, N. F., April 21.---Sixty-four bodies have been recovered by the cable steamer Mackay-Bennett, which has been searching the vicinity of the Titanic disaster, according to a report that reached this city to-night.

It is said that a number of other bodies which were recovered were sunk again, as they were without identification marks.

The names of those identified could not be obtained to-night through the Cape Race wireless station.

The sixty-four bodies recovered are regarded as identifiable, according to the report. Those that were sunk were presumably in a condition making their preservation impossible.

The New York Times, New York, NY 22 Apr 1912