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DUG , FOR TREASURE, FOUND f
CLEW TO MURDER
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Sam Anderson, star witness In the
Iowa "buried treasure," mystery. An
derson claims to have dug up a treas
ure bos 12 years ago, said to contain
$9u,uuu. Failing to receive his snare
of the treasure, he recently began
civil action which led to investiga
tion of the Bedford "buriedvteasure',
and murder mystery. t
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JS.be Rabbit 4oeea't trouble me
but the cats do kep me awake.
Dribble I never eat cats.
LAWYER DIGS INTO BURIED
Dribble I can't sleep at night if I
eat rabbit It always keeps me awake.
Att'y W. W. Bulman, the Iowa
Sherlock Holmes, -wh(jdug up
evidence in the famous "buried
treasure" niurder case" at Bedford,
Iowa. Buhrtan caused the arrest of
the four aged men, Schriwier) Hunts
man and Hank and John Damewood,
who were acquitted of having com
mittetjmtt3er 47 years, ago and bur
ied victim's treasure flearSiam, la.
o o r-
DOWN COMES SEX FENCE
The sex fence at Ujversey beach
is being torn down: Today he
boys and girls will be' permitted to
bathe together. Everybody's happy.
Censors will keep the'bthers in good
Federal labor bureau, 845 S. Wa
bash, still has jobs for milling ma-,
chine and lathe operators at Flint
Mich., 35 cents an hour.