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Texas Outlaw's Mother Arrives at Iowa Hospital Barrow, Dying of Wounds, Revived Long Enough to Greet Her. PERRY, July 26. (IF)— Mrs. Henry B. Barrow of Dallas, Tex., arrived here shortly before noon today to visit her son, Marvin, dying of wounds received in a gun battle with Iowa ofi^cers Monday, The Texas bandit wanted for four murders was revived by a heart stimulant long enough to greet his mother. "I knew you'd come if you could," he said. He requested Mrs. Barrow to kiss him, then lapsed into semi- consciousness. Girl's Mother There. With Mrs. Barrow was L. C. Barrow, 19, brother of Marvin; Mrs. Emma Parker, mother of Bonnie Parker who with Clyde Barrow and. another companion eluded Iowa police officers; Mrs. Billy Mace, of Bonnie; and Mrs. May Turner, friend of Blanche Barrow wife of * -------- ' Marvin Bonnie Parker is Clyde Barrow's wife, the girl's mother said here. The five left Dallas by automobile at 1 a. m. Monday, after reading of the Barrow brothers' battle with Iowa police in a wood side near Dexter. Escape After Shooting. Mrs. Barrow said that Marvin is 28 and Clyde 24 years old. She last saw them in April after the Barrows escaped from a Joplin, Mo., shooting, Mrs. Barrow said. Mrs. Barrow, a small gray haired woman, said that Blanche Barrow, taken today to Platte City, Mo., in connection with a shooting there last week, was Marvin's third wife. Marvin has a son, 10, and a daughter, 8, by previous marriages, but she does not know where they are, Mrs. Barrow said. Awaits Son's Death. Mrs. Barrow sat by her son's bed, talking very little and awaiting her son's death which doctors say will expressed concern come soon. Mrs. Parker that her daughter fleeing with Clyde Barrow and his companion had not been captured. She was worried because of reports that the ,gtrl was seriously wounded while escaping from the Dexter posse. Mrs. Parker last saw her daughter in August, 1932, she said. When their vigil here is ended, the Barrow party said they will go to Platte City to visit Marvin's wife held in jail there.