Edward Spicer 1/31/1943
Thug Makes 35-Cent 35-Cent 35-Cent Haul In Delicatessen Robbery All a Negro robber got from Mrs. Mariee Bader when he tried to rob her In her delicatessen at 251 War ner Street, Fairview Heights, late yesterday was the return of two nickels he had spent for a soft drink and ice cream. The thug, however, robbed Edward Spicer, 22 years old, 2217 Chickasaw Street, of 25 cents when Spicer walked into the store while the robber was trying trying to force Mrs. Bader to hand over more money. Mrs. Bader said she pointed to a newspaper story telling that Anthony Treat had re ceived a death sentence for murder, and that the robber might get the same thing. She said that shortly after she handed the thug two nickels, Spicer entered. The thug took the quarter Irom Spicer hand, then walked out. . V- V- FORCE GETS 36 ROOKIES. Police Chief Eugene T. Weather-ly Weather-ly announced yesterday that class of 36 police recruits will begin training at the Police School tomorrow. tomorrow. Chief Weatherly said there originally were 56 certifications certifications from the civil service lists, but that a number of prospective recruits withdrew, entered the armed forces, or transferred to the fire department. The recruits will go on active duty after 90 days' training.