Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette
body out H E T FIVEmDlol MARLOW DEATH Suspects, One a Woman, May Be Indicted for Slaying Slaying in New York. NEW YORK, June 26, /!--Five persons, one. of them a young woman, were arrested today as material witnesses in the slaying of Frank llarlow, night club owner. Police Commissioner Whalen announced announced that homicide indictments would be sought against two unidentified unidentified men. The commissioner said detectives had traced Marlow's movements until 45 minutes of the time he was found fatally wounded Monday night near a cemetery at Flushing, Long Island. Those arrested, all or whom said to have spent the afternoon and early evening Jn the company of the slain night club owner, Johnny Wilson, former middleweight middleweight boxing 1 champion; Edward M. Lewis, known as "Boston LnU- ie," a gambler of Boston; Al a dancer of Coney Island; Ignatius Coppa. proprietor of a West Fifty- second street restaurant where Marlow dined shortly before his death.- and Mary Seiden of Coney Island. Two night club hostesses, Betty "Mickie" Farly, 19 years old and Billie Burke, her roommate, who had been questioned for several hours by the police were released from custody.