Amarillo Globe 28 Apr 1938

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Amarillo Globe 28 Apr 1938 - be 01 Overalls and Suit Prove Too Warm Two...
be 01 Overalls and Suit Prove Too Warm Two suits of clothes wont In this spring weather when there is a curious clerk handy to peep over the transom. A man in overalls entered Polk Street store this morning. He looked around. After a while he went into the fitting room with some clothes. A clerk had reason to believe the man had taken two suits. he peeped over the transom, saw the man pulling overalls over a new r-M. Presently the man emerged, one suit In hand, In Innocent looking overalls. A clerk chatted with him, asked him if he wanted to buy the suit In hand. The man said he would come back for It after he received his paycheck. About that time a policeman strolled in, peeped under the overalls and, not to the surprise of the clerk, saw a new suit It a two-pant suit. The man claimed he was planning to buy the suit. Newell Russell was charged in Justice of the Peace C. W. Carder's court with theft of property valued at over $5.

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  1. The Amarillo Globe-Times,
  2. 28 Apr 1938, Thu,
  3. Page 15

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  • Amarillo Globe 28 Apr 1938

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