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corded there, caused the FBI ii
jtTaritrnim penalty on the chart
is two years in jail and a fine <
Births Reported
(Prom the D. C. Bureau of Vital 8taU*tiei
Carroll and Velma Booker, girl.
Amond and Thelma Boswell, boy.
John and Thelma Brown, boy.
Alfred and Dorothy Cunningham, boy.
William and Verla Dyer. girl.
Prank and Laura Foley, girl.
James and Sandra Hawley, girl.
William and Mary Long. boy.
John and Jane Mudd. boy.
George and Louise Musselman. girl.
Frank and Phyllis Pett. girl.
Raymond and Opal Reid. boy.
Wilfred and Gretchen Wenn, girL
Francis and Sarah Zelasko. girl.
Bennie and Anna Adams, boy.
Willie and Louise Allen, girl.
James and Bertha Alston, boy.
Melvin and Sarah Alsup. girl.
L„ Ernest and Mattie Austin, tor.
Richard and Sarah Barber, tor.
„ Lewis and Emma Btsesby, alrl.
7 Walter and We Errant, alrl.
11 James and Isaac Buster, Blrl.
Carl and Bannls Butler, alrl.
Robert and Louise Canady, alrl.
Frank and Christine Caesar, boy.
Alfred and Bernice Coldina, tor.
Unwood and Lillian Coleman. airL
.) Charles and Edith Cole, boy.
Ulysses and Mary Daniels, toy.
James and Audrey Delaney, alrl.
Roland and Sarah Dennis, alrl.
William and .Thelma Dgg,. tor.
Lloyd and Marguerite Edmonds, boy.
Willie and Minnie Edwards, alrl.
Nathaniel and Bessie Edwards, alrl.
Milton and Ola Eons. alrl.
McKenley and Queenle Brans, alrl.
Robert and Maryam Flood. alrl.
Ollies and Josephine Graves, alrl.
Blaine and Lora Gray, toy.
James and Caretha HaU, toy.
Bernice and DorothyHararore. alrl.
James and Mary Harris, toy.
Matthew and Lenora Harrison. airL
SVoy.VXda Hickman aM
Arthur and Hasel Holmes, boy.
laom and JeeeShlne Mobley, dill
Albert and Ida Mnaa. am.
Charlea and Boealie Jabaaod. sill
John aad Margaret Kina. boy.
BHflOW'~ „
Milton and MarJoriaMapp. boy.
Biabop and Della Melvin,'boy
Amo* and Bronnie Montgomery, alrl.
Walter and SaUie McAUleter. boy.
William and Anna McCormick, alrl.
Benjamin and Orece Newman, alrl.
Lonnie andShirley Norville. boy.
Harrey and. DprlePalmer.alrf.
a ss sMsst1*.
Cbalin* and* BeUUt Sawyer.'idri.
Jamee 5Sd MVr*\?StMjarT|oy.
Charles ind Lucille Btrtdford, bor.
Warren lad gUcn Taylor, boy.
Deaths Reported
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Si: ZXTioTlr*.
C»rmon H»ll«r. infmt.
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Alice i. Arler, 71. 1208 Hamlin »t. a t.
Mississippi has a $10,000,000 Stats
and Federal park and parkway
r, MAT 10, 1941. __
Ticket Seller Changes
Plea to Guilty, Awaits
Sentence in Shortage
George W. Papach, 29, Union Sta
tion ticket seller charged with fail
ing to keep complete and accurate
records of sales, changed his plea to
guilty today in District Court.
Judge Alexander Holtzoff referred
the case to the probation office for
investigation before sentence is im
posed. He permitted Papach, who
previously had pleaded not guilty,
to remain free on the $2,000 bond the
ticket seller posted after arraign
ment May 3.
Papach, an employe of the Wash
ington Terminal Co., was arrested
'after the Federal Bureau of Investi
gation reported a shortage of about
$5,000 in the account of ticket sales
dating from January, 1946. When
Papach was arrested at his home in
the 1600 block of Potomac avenue
SJE., $854 in cash—including $252
in coins—was found in his home, the
FBI reported. Investigators said
Papach said “perhaps $300 or $400
of this money belongs to the rail
He told Investigators his home
town is Scranton, Pa., and that he
had lived in Washington since 1942.
A terminal gateman who noticed
that a passenger’s ticket was not
properly stamped, started the in
vestigation that led to Papach s ar
rest. Capt. William A. Peal of the
Terminal police traced the ticket
1 sale to Papach, FBI agents said.
Numerous requests from railroad
companies for payment on tickets
issued at the terminal, but not re
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