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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 25, 1934
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Elgiif War Mothers Fei cream social, Mrs. Mac Nickle 1914 High, Thurs. evening. Home made ice cream and cake. LOGAN SPORT PHAROS-TRIBUNE Wednesday Evening, July 25, 1934 BODY OF DILLINGER LEAVING MORGUE •', Eslicious on hot days. Quality lee cream. At your dealers. Moonlight Picnic At Fletcher's Lake church Friday-night, July 27. Police Bar _(Contmued_JPrpm Poge 1) ernment agents ransacked her room but departed without apparently taking anything. Fatal Dress- Found. Police found in a closet a scarlet «llk dress. They concluded that Mrs. Keelo was the "woman in red' whom a half dozen witnesses of Dillinger's death had spotted as his companion. By tracing a telephone number found on a memorandum pad, which led to Mrs. Sage, they learned that they were wrong. It was her dress. At her home, an apartment on North Halstead street just around a corner from the Biograph theater they were told by tenants and the manager that Dillinger had roomed for several weeks in Mrs. Sage's apartment. Mrs. Sage denied that Dillinger had lived there and said she met iim only occasionallyq, and then through Mrs. Keeie. While Captain Duffy questioned her on that point three federal agents, headed by Samuel P. Cowley, first assistant to Melvin Purvis, chief federal investigator here, stormed angrily into the Sheffield police station. Cowley told Mrs. Sage to "shut up" even before he spoke to police. Then he protested angrily against police interference in a government case into which they bad not been invited. Duffy replied that he intended to iold Mr*. Sage for further investigation. Cowley telephoned Police Commissioner James P. Allman. In a few minutes Allman telephoned to Duffy an order to release If rs. Sage to the :government men. Cowley took her from the station. Today he refused to reveal where aht went. Purvis refused to llscusg her. Taken in Riot Caryl F, Cockey, above, 20-year«M University of Washington coed, was among several score ar- reited as police raided Communist headquarters in Seattle following riot* on the Seattle maritime strike front. She ' WRS released after being held in jail 24 hours and denying she was a member of the Communist party. She admitted membership in the Young Communist league. The Insurance You Will Prefer FBAKK AMOSS MO 4th St. Phone 17t «3iif« I Will Insure Your Car" -We'll Make It Hot For You'| 403 Treatment For All Foot Ailment: DR. G. C. SMITH Registered Podiatrist Hours 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. 883 E. Broadway Phone 549 COAL BLUE MOUNTAIN (West Virginia) BOURBON (Kentucky) NO. 8 POCAHONTAS (Lump or Egg) BED ARROW (Semi-Smokeless BED PEPPER (Elkhorn) BLACK PEPPEB (Range Coal) Phone 175 Lake Maxiiunic- In a wickerwork funeral basket the body o" John Dillinger is removed fro mthe county morgue to an undertaking establishment. There the bullet-riddled body of the once-feared outlaw was given to the grieving old father to take back to the cemetery where Dillinger's mother rests. SUES ACTOR LOS ANGELES, July 25—(UP)— Mrs. Edna G. Bancroft today filed suit for separate maintenance against George Bancroft, veteran screen actor, accusing him of failure to provide. BEALL CASE CONTINUED Testimony was heard In city court Wednesday morning in the case of Everett Beall, 32, charged with assault and battery on a eon of Mrs. Hazel Albright, and the matter was continued. Sleeping Cots Camp and sleeping cots, just the thing for these hot nights. They are cool and comfortable. $2.89 Seybold's, 2nd floor FOR HOMEMAKERS WHO WANT TO BE UP-TO-THE-MINUTE I Fhe< EASY. 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When there are children. Wiien constipation enters. When they would change weight. Every subject In this book is of importance. THE EASY WAY CAKE BOOK—This and this alone is a recipe book, but Its presentation of the subject represents an entirely new departure. A book full of unusual cakes presented in a manner never before attempted. It is simplicity brought to a new degree. They are available to readers of this paper at the nominal cost of 25c, by mail 30c (for the three) Call or write now for four copies THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE BRIEF SERVICES (Continued from Page; One) Audrey Hancock, his sister, ~at j Maywood. I She and the elder DtlUnger were j waiting. Police Escort Given Cortege Behind a state police ear, siren screaming, arrived the hearse. Undertakers carried the body into Mrs. Hancock's bungalow. Empty box cars lay on an abandoned railroad siding across the way. People milled around the street. Police stood ready to keen away intruders. Mrs. Hancock waited until the cover had been raised on the casket. She burled her face In her arms and was led to the front porch. She sat in the swing hesfde Man- Kinder, a sweetheart of the Dillinger gang who had remain-d loyal and who had just arrives! from viewing the bp.dy at Moores- Tille. "The last timie I saw Johnnie, he had - big smile on h?_ »ace and said: 'Don't worry,'" Mrs. HancocK sobbed. Miss Kinder cried, too, and moaned, "Oh my god, Johnie." The father, meanwhile, had gone to bed, exhausted from his trying experience. He is 70 years old- When Dillinger's body first was placed on view at'Mooresvllls he was lying on a slab with wheels, covered only with a white sheet. At least 3,500 persons walked by, stifling In the heat-choked room of the undertaking parlor. His father and other relatives consulted In a rear room about clothes to be used n buryag r,he body at Crown Hill cemetely- A Mooresvlle merchant o*£er- ed a dark suit. Select Ug*t Grey Suit "That won't do," the family agreed. "We must bury him in some hing light." An Indianapolis embalmer was told to send down three grey sn ts the one chosen was a herrinc;boae. The tie was grey with white dots. The collar was starched. ,Doora of the undertakng parlor were ordered closed to visitors while L. W. Howe, an expert «m- balmer brought u from Indianapolis dressed the body and used cosmetics to cover UD ugly facial scars left by the federal men's bullets, i The crowd outside increased BO rapidly that It was,decided to give them another chance to view the body. , "Some of these people have walk- de by her* a t least three times. Don't let them in again," ordered Harvey. When the new throng was admitted, Dillinger was lying in his silk lined caske'. He looker like a wax model of himself. His suit was coo large, the sleeves almoet obliterating his hands. He. had on J patent leother shoes. ' Mary Kinder fought her way hrough the crowd, accompaneicl >y her sistw and Miss Jessie Levy, ndianapolis attorney and counsel for three of Dillinger's henchmen— Charles Makley, Harry Pierpont and Russell Clark. Makley and ?lerpont are under sentence to die tor killing sheriff Jess Sarber, when they freed Dillinger from the Lima, O., jail. Clark Is under a life sentence on the same charge. Vines Protests "Probably the most narrow- minded and dictatorial body in sports", Ellsworth Vines, above, former American champion, termed U. S. Lawn Tennis association, when it refused to allow Miss Elizabeth Ryan, inset, on the American \Vightmnn cup team because though an U. S. citizei the lived and played tennis for •> while in England. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our neighbors, friends. Mr. Chase, Rev Knight and Vernie Gray for their kindness and sympathy extended us during the illness and eath of our beloved husband and father, Isaac Yost. Mrs. Isaac Yost, Mrs. Bertha Porter, Mrs. Alice Hlllis. SALE CALENDAR I Aug. 22—Joseph H. Barney Esi tate Sale. S4 acre farm. Kivett. I Auct, Summer Dresses Reduced l / 2 Chiffon and Sheers, cooler than cottons and always ready. VIOLA'S DRESS SHOP Swim Suits l / 2 One Half Off % Swim suits and all bathing accessories ,:SEYBOLD'S—Second P!o,>r Warner's Greenhouse, Phone 680. Auction sale Friday afternoon, Spencer Transfer Co. DON'T WAIT! Buy Co«! Now! Save By Filling Your Bint With Our Symmer Price* Wolf Coal and Supply Co. 311< Heath St. Phone 923 Summer Dresses Reduced Yz Chiffon and Sheers, cooler than cottons and always ready. VIOLA'S DRESS SHOP Bread is your most important food. Demand 0. K. Certified Bread only. Quality ice cream i» the dessert serAd by the perfect hostess. Treat Your Pocketbook Right! See U( Before Buying Tiresi Auto Hotel Co. Phone 444 3rd A Bdwy. W TNI TIM! TO BUY MTNKMACt T« QKT TNI • SOT ttitUafi yramcdami —twlfors price* go Bightr. 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