morphine missing

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morphine missing - Morphine Tablets it is A^search of rubbish...
Morphine Tablets it is A^search of rubbish failed to locate 20 tablets of morphine and they are still missing, police said today. The box of tablets was accidentally thrown away at the Beaver clinic, police said. The narcotics were part of a shipment to Dr. James D. Gillespie from Brunswick Drug Co. and were overlooked when the packing box was unloaded. They were one-quarter grain morphine tablets. Mrs. Elizabeth Fluty, a clinic employe, reported the loss to police at 12:40 Frid-::y. She said she threw the packing box into trash, which was picked up by a city disposal truck, and later found the 20-tablet package had not been unpacked. Sgt. E. F. Olmos, detective of the Redlands police department, and two workers at the city dump World War I. He was a member of the First Methodist church, the Redlands Lawn Bowling club andj the Eastern Star. He had numerous Masonic affiliations in Columbus including the Blue Lodge, Scotish Rite, Shrine and Eastern Star and was also a member of the American Legion there. He leaves his wife, Jane_M. Phillips, a brother, Marion Phillips of Columbus, and a sister Mrs. Olie Phillips of Blacklick, Ohio. Services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel with Rev. Frank Toothaker, pastor of the First Methodist church of ficiating. Interment will be in Columbus, Ohio. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. is front. Mr. of,the school BIT case called he "I'm jail searched the entire load of rub-| bish dumped by the disposal truck, but did not find the nar-| cotics. 621 24

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  1. Redlands Daily Facts,
  2. 02 Oct 1958, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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