George Klugh's car was stolen 4 Mar 1963
Fleet Fugitive Eludes Police, Hounds - By JERRY AUSBAND ; News Staff Writer GREENWOOD Law enforcement enforcement officers continued a search here Sunday for a 32-year-old 32-year-old 32-year-old 32-year-old 32-year-old man wanted on several warrants here and in Columbia after the fugitive eluded officers, bloodhounds bloodhounds and search planes Saturday Saturday afternoon. ; NEAR GOLF COURSE Bill Flowe, who ran from the house in which he was living rear a three-par three-par three-par golf course a few miles from Greenwood when officers approached, presumably will also be wanted on an auto ; The March issue of i Reader's Digest pays grateful tribute to- to- Planes At theft in connection with the stealing stealing a Negro school teacher's car near Cokesbury. The car," which belonged to George Klugh, an Abbeville school teacher, was found abandoned Sunday near the Morris Morris Hill Negro Church between Greenwood and Hodges, but flowe was not located. Deputy Sheriff S. Mi Cooper Jr. and SLED Lt. Harold O. .Fortson went to the house where Flowe was staying about 2 p.m. Saturday Saturday to serve bad check warrants from Greenwood County and housebreaking and larceny Greenwood charges from Richland County Flowe fled from the back yard seconds ahead of the officers who spotted him running across a pasture into a wooded area and who called for bloodhounds from Columbia SLED headquarters The dogs were on the trail at 4 p.m. and sniffed their way for 10 miles and two hours, sometimes sometimes only minutes behinld the fleet-footed fleet-footed fleet-footed fugitive, officers said. Flowe, however, was spotted tat ing the car to escape the dogs, officers said. AIRPLANES USED Light airplanes based at the nearby county airport helped in the search, but were unable to locate Flowe. The stolen car was low on gas, the Negro owner had reported to officers, and it was found not very far from the theft scene, almost out of gas.