second page of J.C. Fast, Jr. story (detailed)

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has per- pro- mate the set to he more by labor. question, jobs" an WPA for supply; one feeling and give their profits aa if a the courthouse session. CHARGE FILED IN MUSKOGFE BANK SLAYING /Continued from Page One) though some boys were shooting fire crackers on the street outside," Sweeney said. "I turned around and saw McLean falling to the floor and Fast with a gun in his hand. Fast started to leave and I tackled him." j Unaware of the shooting, Mrs. McLean entered the bank through a side door. She saw her husband's body and fainted. A Frequent Borrower Bonds said Fast told him that since McLean refused to loan him $150 in 1930 to go to Texas, Fast had borrowed sums ranging from $75 to $1,200 from McLean. "We were talking about loans he had made me in the past and I had paid him," Bonds said Fast told him. "He said he would like to loan me again, but on the other hand, due to my drinking, that it just wouldn't be good business for him. "I called him up on the phone three months ago. I told him then I wanted to borrow a little money. However, I was tight that night and the next day I apologized." Father Is Auto Dealer Fast is the son of an automobile automobile dealer here and works for his father. He is married and has two children. When he attended the University of Oklahoma, where he was a member member of Phi Kappa Psi social fraternity, fraternity, his family and the McLeans McLeans lived next door to each other and were good friends. The gun used in the shooting, Bonds said, was borrowed from Clyde Ralston. "Clyde wanted to know what I wanted It for and said if there was going to be any shooting to be done he didn't want me to do it," Bonds said Fast told him. "I didn't tell him what I wanted it for. I didn't think I was going to shoot anyone." Police Chief Ed Corbin said H. H. Ogden, president of the First National bank, told him that Fast attempted to finance an electrical refrigerator at the First National bank earlier yesterday afternoon, and when refused threatened Ogden. Ogden. McLean came here from Oknuil- gee in 1926. Besides his widow he is survived by two sons, Billy McLean, McLean, now at St, John's academy summer camp, Delafield, Wis., and George McLean of Tulsa, his mother, mother, Mrs. H. 0. McLean, Tupelo, Miss., and three sister and a brother. brother. years Thursday of she her have suffered a survived Morrison Morrison 2 p. chapel body tomorrow. Mrs. years Bluejacket is of ser Mrs. Okla. in about counties Stead the Education with Pottawatomie had its about hope the

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 30 Jul 1937, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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