Wm G Forman p.5

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W . Tfiil ddll (Concluded from Tajfc 1) ! or two while riding into town, and ' was whistling when he was led into the jail office where he was arraigned before Justice Bossard. lie pleaded guilty but snid that he thot he was justified in beating brought with tv, nm rniv two the horse as it was a "man-killer", them cniy T.WU pormBn admlttod that the horse _ . . JT mil mil r\v*iiu*,i^-tl Min u LHU AlVFiOt. horses. Cole asked the boys wheie na(i ncyer kitlet , or lnjurcd „. man the other ' hoi-se was. They told j lc sa ,d j(, was ti lc O f \ him that their father had left it in horse that would. Hn said he put /'a"'ma.rsh and that they thot it, its eyes out, because "the horse ' would die. looked murder at me." / 'Cole came .to Marshall in the '"You aren't fit to associate with evening and/reported the matter-dumb animals or human beings," ' W> Sheriffi ;ipolby about midnight, said Justice Bossard in sentencing Early this ''morning Sheriff Colby Forman. "Men of your type who 'and Deputy'(Sheriff Reek went lo will treat a dumb animal as ,you the farm-"and found the horse did that one ar,e the lowest of the i'chained' ttf a,tree in a marsh. The low.' The maximum penalty that animal Mad ''lost so much blood I can give you under the law is that it was gracing itself in order, ninety days in jail or $100 fine or * to stand.- <The, officers returned to | both. I nm going to give you the ' town, secured" authorization for a maximum, both ninety days in jail warrant from Assistant .Prosecutor ,Kearney and ictuThed to the farm : *' M *ii.>wH*^n*^f/ib4 1- >-Kv T~1t» T. A RiifT 'accompanied Justice Cfhfonicle -did not ft field With •by Dr. L. A. Ruff, and an Evening irter. . in the house, and go back to the officers on either ;, ;"t>BcaElon of ,thelr visits. Dr. Ruff '•••;..examined > ; tha horse and stated th£t Its win,d ,was s,o bad that it ./unable to go arty it balked yesterday "the heat would be it. 'He advised that animal be? shot and Deputy Sheriff ReeKjjput it out of its brought Forman He sang a hymn and $100 fine and recommend that the first ten days be spent'in sol- itarv confinement." Detroit Stirred < Up Over Murder (Concluded from Tag-e 1) Press took cognizance of Commissioner Commissioner Wilcox's statements In the case, saying: "This is no time for the police commissioner.. to make excuses, or to do anything except act to the limit of his ability and power. A most dastardly and impudenj; murder has been committed which

Clipped from Marshall Evening Chronicle25 Jul 1930, FriPage 5

Marshall Evening Chronicle (Marshall, Michigan)25 Jul 1930, FriPage 5
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