Clipped From Battle Creek Enquirer

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 - Thefts Range from Stockings to Coal Five...
Thefts Range from Stockings to Coal Five Separate Cases Are Reported Reported to Police Monday Afternoon and Night. Everything from silk stockings to coal was included in the loot taken in five thefts reported here Monday Monday afternoon and night. Mildred Lemon. 62 Yuba, reported several pairs of her silk stockings had been taken from a backyard clothes line and that a neighbor, who had her Monday wash on the line, also had lost several pairs. Some one wonted laboriously to steal a ton and a half of coal from the yards of Consumers Co-operative Co-operative Co-operative Co-operative Service. Inc., at 16 Liberty. Prowlers broke into a bunk car housing a group of Michigan Central Central track repairmen late yesterday afternoon and stole clothing and bedding. The car was on a siding east of North Division street. Garland Dyer of 354 ' Hamblin avenue told police that when he returned home about 9:30 p. m. Monday, Monday, he discovered that a single barreled 12-gauge 12-gauge 12-gauge shotgun and several several packages of cigarets had been stolen from his house. The rear door had been pried open. Dr. John C. Bernloehr. 18 New England avenue, parked his car on West Jackson street last evening while he attended a show. When he returned he found that all of the car tools had been stolen. CLASSIFIEDS FOR RESULTS

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  1. Battle Creek Enquirer,
  2. 12 Aug 1941, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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