Crime in GP aug 69 at Wray's
Police studying various offenses A motorcycle rider was injured injured Wednesday when his vehicle vehicle was involved in a collision collision with a car. Reported hurt was Clifford Edward Lewis, 26, of Dallas. Driver of the car was Clifton Robert Ensley, 45, of Euless. The accident occurred occurred shortly after 12:30 p.m. on E. Jefferson Street about 75 feet east of SE 8th Street. F. W. Wray of Arlington, owner of Wray's Music Shop at 126 E. Main St., reported a theft at this store in which a microphone head valued at $60 was taken from a display model stand after the wires were cut. The theft occurred sometime during store hours either Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning. An automobile theft was reported reported by J. C. Cloud of Dallas, who told officers his 1959 Chevrolet was stolen from a parking lot at 1000 Myers Road between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tuesday while he was at work. The vehicle, a gray two-door model bearing a 1969 Texas license tag of LVL 391, was locked at the time. Prowler complaints were made by two women residents of the 1400 block of Hickory Street. Mrs. Martha Saunders, 1400 Hickory, said she returned returned home from church Wednesday night and saw a white male prowling at the rear of her home. Mrs. Frank Arthur, 1402 Hickory, reported a man had attempted to enter her home through a rear door about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. Both women told police prowler activity has been high in the neighborhood for the past two weeks and that several several residents have seen a subject, believed to be the same male, prowling around houses and cars. Two complaints complaints of breaking and entering entering a motor vehicle have been made to police during that period by residents of the 1400 block. The subject ' is described described as in his early 20's. In arrest activity, a 46-year- old man who lives on NE 31st Street was booked for drunk in car and running a red light after being stopped at SE 14th and E. Jefferson Streets about 1:45 a.m. Thursday. An investigative investigative charge of carrying a prohibited weapon also was added after officers found a .38-caliber snub-nose revolver • in the front seat of his car and an'old western revolver In ~ a holster in the rear floorboard. A 28-year-old woman, also a resident of NE 31st Street, was arrested at her home about 5:40 p.m. Wednesday on a warrant charging her with passing a bad check Credit card system +< expanding Association in the Interbank system for international interchange interchange of bank credit cards gives Presto-Master Charge credit cards a broad scope of acceptance spanning not only 49 states but extending into forty-three nations including Mexico, Japan and Europe. Significant gains have been scored in types of services as well as geographic spread, according according to William R. King, bank vice president and executive executive officer of Presto-Master Charge.