Kin Told Flier
Killed In War
Lt. King W. Pipes
Was Born In N. 0.
Lieut. King W. Pipes, United States Army corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Pipes of Clinton, La., was killed in action in the Pacific on December 20, according to a telegram from Washington received here by relatives yesterday.
The 23-year old pursuit pilot was the grandson of Mrs. David Pipes, Sr., the brother of Randolph Pipes Jr., and Eleanor Pipes, and a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Fort Pipes, all of New Orleans. He was born in New Orleans and lived here before moving to Clinton.
Lieutenant Pipes attended Louisiana State University and was a member of the Kappa Alpha social fraternity. The telegram announcing that he had been killed in action in defense of his country, expressed the sympathy of the secretary of war.