Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 9, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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At - MOtTHWB T AMCAMtAS TIMB. Her Death Brings Three Who Claim To Be Her Husband Richmond. Calif.-(/7'i-A 60-year-, Davis said, three mm ihowH up old woman died in a Hospital Sun- i""'' racn s»M he was her husband. t«f of heart trouble. .Shortly alter- On(1 °' the three, Davis Mid, later wirdt, Police committed suicide. The olficer said the woman was listed on the hospital's records j Dolly Cllninnpcrl, and her hus- 1 band as James CllnRrnp**], 03. ( Alter her death, Davis said, I Clingenpeel arrived to claim the 'body, followed shortly by Thomas Powers. 80, » Stockton railroad filnt--Remodel--Reptln Giriff»--Breenwirt No Momy Down fur Monthlr PtfmtnU DTKE LUMBER CO. Nt *L Ch.rU. engineer, ind W. H. Grist of Oak- l»nd. Davis nairl that althoush Grlut irrlved to claim the body an the woman's husband, he later j said he had filed divorce proceedings In Martinez in 1923. Powers Insisted the dead woman was ttill legally his wl/e. D»vl« said he went to Cllngm- l peel's home Monday to investixatc and found the mans' body on the Dr. Ben Kimpel Is Appointed To English floor of his iara*e Davis termed Dr. Ben Drew KimpcJ has been ' Cllnjenpeel's death suicide from carbon monoxide gas. ,, . . . . , , ., named assistant professor ol Eng- n m o n o x e gas. Looklnf deeper into the tangle I l i 5 h iU l n c University, Dr. G. D M;,.v,,.t.. j -- ,,/ .i._ r-_n -- _, Davis salid he found: 1. Born Ethel Hoyt. the woman ,,,, married nnf Floyd Settle of N c w l n York in 1908. There was no record Nichols, dean of the College of . Arts aiid Sciences, has announced v i · .u j r. ,. i_ K l m p c l ls t h c sccond En « llsh of * divorce. [ d e p a r t m e n t faculty member ap- 2. In 1914, she married P o w - j n o i n t c d under General Education ers.Jhere was no record of a d l - l R o a r d g r a n , 5 givcn to strengthen 3. ' He filed 4. In 'in 1916, she married Grist.!" 10 prcscm f a c u l l j '- Louisc B °« an ' iled for a divorce in 1923. \poc\ and poetry critic ol the New In 1B23, she began living , Yorker masazine, who was visit- . , record o7* Cn mar'ri;Jc 0rC The Greatest Raves Ever--From The Great Opinion-Makers! "Th« b«t of lh niw (Urn drimii" --WilUt Winch«ll "AuditncH ir« raring about 'Th* W«1I'" --Earl Wil.on "Engrailing . . . Powerful" "Topi in lownl" --Newiweck --Dorothy Kilg«llen "Orn of Iht m«l ttlk ibout picturw o( th. yt«r." --Jimmie Fidler "Emollonilly ovtrpowtrlnf. (ripping, high ilr«m«, luip.n»l" _ Virl.ly "Impact el · ilruk of lightning. Suiptnie. iction luptrblr lullill.dl" --Hollywood R.port.r DON'T MISS ONE Of YOUR MOST UNUSUAL MOVIE EXPERIENCESI.S-i-E . . . professor of English the past ixcmc.itcr, w.'is the first GEB ap- I p o i n t c c in thc department. | Dr. Kimpel was with thc U. S. i Department of State in Vienna. 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