Sylvia Bigford June 9, 1938 Page 1, Col. 1

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Sylvia Bigford
June 9, 1938
Page 1, Col. 1 - Car Kills Woman at Pelican Lake Today Mrs....
Car Kills Woman at Pelican Lake Today Mrs. Arthur Bigford, Wife of Station Agent, Struck Shortly before Noon. Investigate Case Mrs. Arthur Bigford, 49, of Pelican Pelican Lake, was instantly killed shortly before noon today when she was struck by an automobile driven by Tony Rapinski, of Jennings, on Highway 8 just north of the Pelican Lake village limits. Mrs. Bigford,. wife of Arthur Bigford, Bigford, who is station agent for the Chicago and North Western railway at Pelican Lake, was walking south along the highway when struck by the Rapinski car. She had left the house trailer she occupied with her riusuand just north of the village limits to go to the station, The News learned this afternoon. She was accompanied by her dog. Ran After Dog. The dog darted into the highway, .it is reported, and she started after him. The Rapinski automobile struck and killed her instantly. The body was taken to Antigo. Sheriff Hans Rodd and Coroner 'Rudolph Carlson were called to Pelican Lake at 11:45 a. m. today. At a late hour this afternoon they had not returned to Rhinelander, and officials here said no word had been returned to Rhinelander, and officials officials here said no word had been received received from the two investigators. It was believed the sheriff and coroner coroner were taking pictures of the death scene and completing their study of the accident. OFFICERS CHASE MAN WHO MURDERED WIFE DUBUQUE, la., June 9 (/P)—The search fo'r Norbert Keying, 34, sought for the slaying here Monday of his estranged wife, Irma, 30, shifted yesterday to Rickardsville, la.; where a man answering his de- I scription was seen by a farmer. The car in which Keying fled was ! found Tuesday near Sageville. I A deputy sheriff was dispatched to Rickardsville to investigate the report Keying was in the vicinity. PLANES BOMB RAMMONS Japs Raid Canton and Environs Environs for Thirteenth Consecutive. Consecutive. Day. CANTON, June 9 (/P)—Japanese airplanes ferried their cargoes of explosives and dropped them in the vicinity of Canton and neighboring railway stations .today for the thirteenth thirteenth consecutive day. The raiders blasted three railway stations io the vicinity but dropped no .bombs on the shattered south China metropolis, where intensive anti-aircraft fire greeted them. The stations were Hingtak'on the Canton-Hankow line, Sheklung on the Canton-Kowloon line that feeds China war supplies from the un-

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 09 Jun 1938, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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