Everette F. McDaniel
Duo Differs In Robbery Tales; Held CHESTER -- Two men, each ccusiug the other of beating a lird man, were held for court without bail on charges of aggravated aggravated assault and battery and protec at few Essie the been robbeiy today. Magistrate Anthony H. Smith the 400 block E. 7th Street, and John Henry Lee, 22, of the SM Nock E, 8th Street, held when was unable to detrmine which was telling the truth. Each accused the other of beat- n* Everett F. McDankI, 39, of 249 Willers Road, Twn Oaks, outside a Potter Street bar Thursday night. McDaniel told police he was sitting in his car with Lee-when someone punched him through open window. When he woke he said, he was on the sidewalk and !75 was missing from his pocket. B about 01 2nd were and other He then walked to the home his sister-in-law, on Mcllvaine Street, and called police. Patrolman Edward Mea testified testified today he found Lee driving McDaniel's car and, with the of Patrolmen Joseph Vankoski and Leroy Richardson, placed him under arrest at 17th Street and Providence Avenue. Lee claimed the punch which lit McDaniel was thrown by Lee said he followed Tull into bar and then returned. He couldn't find McDaniel, said, so he took his car and going to drive it home for He said people in the bar told him McDaniel lived In the area which he was arrested. Tull, arrested later, claimed saw Lee and three other men beating McDaniel on the sidewalk. Tull said he walked away. Lee said a witness could for his story, but said he has been unable to contact the witness. witness.