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amarillo - * James Tomberlin * R. McDaniel. M. Berry if....
* James Tomberlin * R. McDaniel. M. Berry if. Red Lyman if. Jean Barnard -Y- James Bidwell if- Gay Mills tf. A. F. Pycntt -Y- Bob Wil- llnmson if. J i m m y Lewis ff- H. J. ff. tf. tf. CORN DEPARTMENT Sign in beauty parlor--"Ladies, lend us your years." Judge Got Away With It CHICAGO (U.R--The Illinois Ap, has ruled there Is no to deal -with a "caiUff." to stay on the farm when she deeded, him the property in 1936. But later he changed his mind and sought wuys to make her leave. Among other things, he shut off the water, dug up his mother's flower garden, built an obstacle course in the front yard to make her stumble, and forced a bull to bellow to prevent her from sleeping- sleeping- . · ' Judge George W. Brlstow handed down the decision In the case of Henry Factly, Jr., who was accused of playing pranks on his mother with such a caitiff." A caitiff, Webster says, is a despicable person." VICTIM COMPENSATED ; NEW YORK (UP)--The Board I stray police bullets-during a of holdup men Feb. 20. 1946, s P ent a year recovering. The .city, has no legal obligation in such MADE FRESH DAIIY RIGHT IN AMARILLO to get her to leave the house she I Factly agreed 'to allow his mother

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  1. The Amarillo Globe-Times,
  2. 08 Apr 1948, Thu,
  3. Page 22

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