Dr W A Clark auto theft

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Dr W A Clark auto theft - set expenses the law provides, shall not Incur...
set expenses the law provides, shall not Incur expense under this class, unless there is. actually on hand in funds sufficient to .pay all claims (Continued on Page 2) result DRINK POLICE BEFORE STEALING A DOCTOR'S AJTO »-C*-^V-:-''N ! j pn '«' 1 -X .',--^.^)»^*: / · 'i** '?,' ' . · . ' . ; Hamilton and Lewis Made Chief Extraordinarily Angry. The police are extraordinarily incensed at two evil-doers. They become incensed at all criminals, of course, but seldom as much so in the case of Fred Hamilton Walter Hill, confessed thieves of Dr. W. A. Clark's automobile. 'two added insult to injury or rather added Injury To insult. They happened to be in the on the night of the police rabbit supper and dance. They ate ravenously of the rabbit, potatoe and bread and quaffed the foaming foaming "washdown." Then with the Inner man fortified with food and drink they decided they must an automobile ride and forthwith appropriated Dr. Clark's machine. "They had the nerve," said Chief Bruner, "the unmitigated gall confess that to me on the way here from Atchison. Eat our food, drink our beer and then try to our reputations, for watchful, gent officers." dill-

Clipped from The Sunday News and Tribune04 Feb 1934, SunPage 1

The Sunday News and Tribune (Jefferson City, Missouri)04 Feb 1934, SunPage 1
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