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ernie's son louis arrested again  - 86th Year— No. 59,274 CHESTER, PA., TUESDAY, 6...
86th Year— No. 59,274 CHESTER, PA., TUESDAY, 6 Held In Linton Burglary Cops Raid Apartment CHESTER— Six men were hold today in the §3,000 safe burglarv Linton's Restaurant, 9th ' and Butler Sts. One of the men, Steve Cribb, of the 500 block W. 9th St., arrested about 1 p.m. Monday when detectives raided his apartment and found the safe money. A short time later detectives arrested David J. Catanese, 21, the S0O block BarclavSt. and Vincent Caratello, 25, with whom Cribb lived. Catanese, a short order cook Linton's, was arrested at Iiis home. Caratelio was arrested at mother's home. Early Monday morning Patrolmen Walter Hoyle and Richard Vincent arrested Richard knierim, of the 2600 block Swarts St. and Louis Carletti, 19, of the 1)00 uiock a,. iDin hi. atter uie omcers became suspicious. The officers found the safe door the suspects' oar: The sixth defendant, Frank Francis, 28, of the 100 block Hancock St., was arrested Monday afternoon in a pool room. All six were ordered held without bail for court this morning Magistrate Anthony H. Smith charge of burglary and larceny and -conspiracy. All but Cribb and Knierim pleaded innocent. Cribb pleaded guilty and Knierim, on advice of ins attorney stood mule. W7, o,. - . . .-■ M-> i: Marple Twp. Grabs School Tax Funds BURGLARY SUSPECTS— Two suspects in the $3,000 -Linton's Restaurant safe burglary are handcuffed on the floor of their apartment. At left is Sieve E. »tnvi» vin,.nni n^rr>ct~i far oi'iuu, 46, oWi block- w . \)tt\ tot., seized when rtoicc lives raided the apartment. letti and Knierim at W. 2nd and The other is Vincent Caratello, 25, of the same address. Parker Sts. about 5:30 a.m. A ■ -: : ■ " ■ ■ ■ short time later they were advised of the burglary and the safe door was identified by a representative of Linton's. Detective Capt. Paid J. Mc-Kinney said the raid on Cara-tello's and Cribb's apartment was made after an unidentified milkman reported seeing the safe being carried into tne apar ment. McKinney, Detective Sgf. John' tveicnen ana jjetecuve iieroeri Wright staged the raid. They found Cribb in bed. The safe was standing in the hall wav. covered with a rue. The money was found stashed i inside a Cossack cap in lhe laise bottom of a divan. McKinney testified that $2,820 : was recovered from me safe.. Constantinc PouJides, manager of the restaurant, told Smith an accounting showed 52,941 was stolen. The detective captain testified that Catanese planned tlie bun lary. The theft was discussed in a Chester pool room and a home and the apartment, said. MARPLE — In a move! Monday night township commis-j sioners voted to appropriate one; half of the one per cent real! estate transfer tax for township se. The townshin manaser-was in structed to advertise an ordinance which would give the township one half the tax. The" ordinance goes into effect 10 days after ad vertisement. The action means the Mamie; School District will lose approximately ■ ?20,000 in tax revenuest for Die next six months. , The commission had not con-! suited with the school board or made any prior announcement of its intention, according to Marple transfer tax revenue may mean' deficit operation.. the Marple - Newtown Joint! hcnooi Hoard is currently r Hating' for additional land the senior high school which the board intends to double in the next tew years to accommodate projected enrollment. The board is also considering a new elementary scnool in Mar-pie within the next five Years. In other business, the commissioners will advertise for bids for road material, gas and motor oils, domestic tuet oils and burn er service, four police cars, pav ing and surface treatment oi streets, tires for highway and po lice vehicles. TRAINER- A trailer truck- driver apparently "biacked-out, struck a utility pole in Trainer Monday night— and caused an electrical storm. The truck, one used to trans port cars snapped the pole and tossed three high power, lines,: each carrying 4,000: volts, to the ground. Tne electric cables caus- ccl explosive sounds and frighten ed residents in the vicinity of the amciair penning <jo. plant. Chester police received several telephone calls reportinu ■ t sions at the refinery. The acci dent occurred about 11 n.n Post Road near Main Street, op posite me rennery s main Driver Blacks Out: Hits Pole 12 — to ot

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 09 Jan 1962, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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