The Indianapolis News 8 April 1920 pg. 5 Approves Fund for Mrs. Lee Stringer

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The Indianapolis News 8 April 1920 pg. 5 Approves Fund for Mrs. Lee Stringer - APPROVES FUND FOR MRS. LE STRINGER CHILDREN'S...
APPROVES FUND FOR MRS. LE STRINGER CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION TO ASSIST. APPEAL MADE TO PUBLIC After investigatiBC the needs of Mrs. Lee Stringer, for whom a benefit fund has been established by The N'ewa, the - Children's Aid Association J as voted to assist in increasing the und which now amounts to more than $500, of which more than 1400 was recefvpd at police headquarters. Th report of tbe association representatives representatives said the case is one "that tnerita the utrooet sympathy of the public." - . - V - The Children's Aid Association appeals appeals to the public X make contributions contributions to the fund, and will collect arifts for Mrs. - Strtnrer through The News and through its own org - anlxa - tion. , According to the report, the case is urgent and deserving;. Mrs. Stringer was lefr with $2,000 .from Insurance and railroad companies after her husband husband waa killed, and a large part of this sum has been used In paying faneral bills and other debts. Leeea Fa'tae Help. Her father, who had been helping, is unable to do so now because of two accidents. In one of which the fingers of one hand were lost, and in the other his shoulder was dislocated. Mrs. Stringer is guarding; her small, sum for her children and adding to it by her wn work in crocheting and embroidering - and taking care of a small flock of chickens. There are four small children in the family, one five years old. one four, one two and a. baby bora since the father's death. The News fund was increased yesterday yesterday by checks from a - Private" of engine house No. 12. Bright wood. ,14; "A Friend," Jl; and Miss Emma Deakin. 1440 Broadway. $1. The News fund now totals 1103.50. PeHee CeatriTavtlewa. Patrolmen and detectives at police headquarters today reported their total contributions, which were made following a movement started last week.' The plain clothes and uniformed uniformed men turned "over to George Winklar, treasurer. $411 to be added to the fund. Part of this sum was made up of checks and cash received rroro others than members of the department. department. department. - 1ni5ou5h 'th en have " reported, reported, their contributions, they are IH" - K5f FJ"?. t JheadquarteVJ cYJT i mo wiaow. or Lee n?KV "ad. detective, who ua MX Unfir r vr a n a as a . yards. ' railroad . 1 Itt TattfUnwis. IWaahlnrton Star 1 aoncktP ttmt do lacks eaerty. TZa Jo - wont learn. ' o enough tittelligencer Too taoch. X can see by the expresaioa of boa face that dog doeen't see invlaof HOTEL PURITAH Rooms $1.00, Corner Market and New Jersey Sts,

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 08 Apr 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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