Johnson Family 1941

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Johnson Family 1941 - but it was another lost man-said to Affolter...
but it was another lost man-said to Affolter their officers promoted posse volunteers. of them interest," Crashes Here crashes, reported to week-end. cars Shoobridge 'both at Filer avenue. a ticket to stop at paid a $1 Justice morning. occurred at Washington street, cars by Guy Masse. vehicle struck. cases was invasion ranks. The high command said that the Russian army was continuing continuing the counter-thrust, "reck- (Please turn to Page 8, Column 6) he belived made toward he announced beet worker, at Harbor his automobile curve and OF FLINT FAIL! Mother and Daughter Die; Four Others 1 Critically FLINT— (/I 3 ) —Hurley hospital physicians hoped today to save four members of a family from death by poisoning after the mother and a six-year-old daughter were found dead in their basement home outside the Flint city limits. Dead were Mrs. Inez Johnson, 44, and Wilma Jane, the daughter. daughter. In a critical condition were the father, Arthur Johnson, 44; another daughter, Barbara Ann, 4; and two sons, Arthur Jr., 15, and Sherman, 13. The plight of the family was discovered by a third son, 19- year-old Laverne, who returned home early Sunday morning on furlough from the Ford Motor company naval training school at Detroit. The youth went to sleep on a couch, unaware that other members of the family were ill until Arthur Jr., awakened awakened him. After finding both his mother and sister dead, Laverne ran to the home of a neighbor and summoned an ambulance. A physician who treated the children said he believed food poispning caused the deaths, and samples of foodstuffs in the house were sent to the state laboratories laboratories at Lansing for analysis. cess at 8:25 declared: "The so good for hours as it evening." "There getting any president until or t9night," I think reaching a "another night to keep the Chairman general pattern settlement had conferences finding as yet recommendations. Sum of Out by Holiday t is expected j est stimulus ' mailing checks to club members. Ludington announced in years, is the 1940 greater than that As a result, local expected to start increased Many forward to in recent Ludington's is gradually holiday dress, .merchants falling

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 01 Dec 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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  • Johnson Family 1941

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