Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner

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SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1938. POLICE TRACE OF ·? ABANDONED OAR Theft Insurance Paid After Standing Three Months In Garage The National Automobile Theft bureau -Saturday replied "stolen" to an inquiry regarding ownership of a 1930 heavy coupe bearing California license plates which has been standing in an Ogden garage for three months. Traffic Sergeant Barrel E. Shaw received the information in response response to a query which he sent after several weeks of checking. Shaw said he will inquire about a second automobile which has been in a garage here since September. The coupe was stolen from San Francisco and insurance carriers have been forced to pay a total loss on the car, said A. O. Peterson, Peterson, special agent for the bureau. · The insurance company asked that the bureau sell the machine for whatever can be obtained. MACHINE STRIPPED Bert Shipley, Riverdale, found his 1928 light sedan stripped in a gravel pit east of the city cemetery cemetery Saturday night. The machine was stolen Friday at ten-twenty p. m. from TwenOv- first and Jefferson. Missing when he discovered it, were a new b£?.- tery, spotlight, rubber blade electric electric fan, a complete set of tools, emergency brake extension arid dome light. A 1931 heavy sedan reported 'GOOFEL' GOING HOME . . . Tliis back in the safe custody Brigham City after the the bird was made by feet are cross sections values the bird at $100,

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 09 Jan 1938, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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