Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 143
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 143

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
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THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith U D C POLICE HAVE NO COMMENTS TO MAKE ON THE MURDER EXCEPT THAT THEY HAVE A COUPLE OF LEADS,,. THAT'S ALL YOU SEE ON TELEVISION,,, VIOLENCE, MURDER/ MISS BARSTOW, A6E TWENTY- ONE, WAS A WAITRESS/ ACCORDING TO HER EMPLOYER, SHE TOOK THE EVENING OFF FROM WORK,,, BARSTOW? THAT NAME'S FAMILIAR/ MEANWHILE | x THINK YOU'LL AGREE, JUDGE,,,THAT WITH THIS HANDKERCHIEF AND LIPSTICK WE FOUND IN YOUR CAR, WE'LL HAVE TO DISCUSS THIS FURTHER/ I'LL BE AT. YOUR OFFICE AT EIGHT IN THE MORNING, LIEUTENANT.' I THINK IT SHOULD BE v --V I'M NOT OBVIOUS TO YOU THAT SOMEM SAYING ONE HAS PLACED THOSE THAT ARTICLES IN MY HUSBAND'S./SOMEONE C A R / i T DIDN'T, MRS. PARKER/ 7^ 7-30] WASN'T THAT. THE NAME OF THAT YOUNG KIP? BEVERLY BARSTOW,,, AND SHE WORKED AS A WAITRESS/ WHAT ABOUT HER? I WAS N'T PAYING ATTENTION/ ALAN, I'M GOING TO CALL SAM DRIVER THIS VERY MINUTE/ KATHERINE, JUST A \i MINUTE, PLEASE/ RESTROCMS, ANYBODY"? .1- 66rS ACT CH6ST OF

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