Page 3 of 16 May 1927 Issue of Albert Evening Tribune in Albert-Lea, Minnesota

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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 16, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page three the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Monday shopped Here mrs. Henry Behle of Alden was among the Many out of town shoppers in the City on saturday. Baby daughter a baby daughter was born Friday to or. And mrs. Theo. Bell at their Home 622 West Clark Street. Was attempting to run of the i Way of the machine. I the Accident occurred at the Northeast Corner of Newton Street at the intersection of fear. All witnesses agreed that they heard Mellak yell to the girl and heard the girl scream. The right hand wheel of the truck passed Over her body. The truck we loaded with Coal. The witnesses did t believe the body was dragged. The Bod Lay near the Northeast Corner of the intersection of the Street Atter tha Accident near the crossing. All witnesses agreed that the truck after striking the girl ran onto the curbing and then struck two or three piles of Brick knocking the Brick about and the heavy steel end Gate of the truck from its. Place. The truck then came to a i Stop about fifty feet East of Newton Street near the City pump station j and on the North Side of the Street according to some of the witnesses Mellen admitted after the Accident that he had no emergency Brake and had no Bra seat All when the shift slipped from mesh gears1 into Neutral. Con Whelan when sworn stated that he and Mack Cunningham were joint owners of the Albert i Lea taxi line. In other words they were in partnership. Head fitted that the truck in question had no emergency Brake and that it had no Brake when the machine i was in Neutral. Mellang the Driver of the car who was placed in the county jail is still being held. A the Case went to the jury and a this writing the members were looking Over he scene of the aced i Dent before they reported their de i Olsion. The funeral of the girl will but i held at the Home at i so of clock tuesday afternoon and Al the i methodist Church at two o clock. Burial will be made at the Green Wood cemetery East of Glenville Village. Took place at. The Seuser Home on second Street before jury of six citizens of Albert Lea. Dorothy Gray internationally famous Beauty expert later at 4 20 o clock this afternoon As the Tribune went to press the jury was still out. Holland ales Blind prosecutor for police court in North Carolina Ashville n. C., May 16.�? a when Samuel Marston Cathey so lilt tor elect of the police court is inducted into office May 24, Ash Ville will have a Blind Man As its prosecutor. Clerical duties of the office will be handled by a Secretary hut fall Ness and judgement of prosecution will to based on the solicitors ability to read character in voices. A when i was blinded cd years ago a Cathey relates Quot i made up my mind my ears would have to take the place of my eyes. I know my friends by their voices. I believe i can Tell As much about a Man by listening to his voice a persons who have their sight can Tell by looking into his theatres tonight a Broadway i Rivoli _ stirring Duel with Albert Whitey numbered 136 at the Start Mio bleed the Stamford conn., dwindled Down to 75 finishers business locals and announcements comedy a hello Lafayette tomorrow watch your wife with Virginia Valli

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