i'Mode!'Prisoner Is ANDREWS, Aug. 6. (Special),— 29-year-old Andrews oil worker, James Marcus Dailey Jr., who is awaiting trial on charges of murder and jailbreaking, is once again a "model" prisoner. Deputy Sheriff John Suggs today said Dailey was behaving himself "iust as he used to." Daily who picked a lock to his '•cell in 1he Andrews County jail and escaped Saturday, was appre- herded in Panhandle early Sun- da Discribed by officers as a model prisoner until he broke out Dailey said he only wanted to se his wife, Mrs Patsv Dailey, 19 of Borger.. I' Suggs said Dailey told him he intended intended to give himself up as soon as he had a chance to visit his wife | for a few days. . i Now he will have to face an additional additional charge of jailbrcaking. Dailey is being he d without bond I ! ey s e being charged with murder - Sln'connSrrwitraJuV.n-shot- A^r^ E mtder M Sal is scheduled for Sept. 18 in 109th District Court hpre. No inrlirpment has been returned ! ! i i ! i '