Everette F. McDaniel

Everette F. McDaniel
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when before was could arm, and to an hit hit him a Victim of Robbery Hazy, 2 Are Freed MEDIA COURTHOUSE - Two Chester men were freed Thursday when a robbery victim was unable to identify who struck him --knocking him out -- and stole some $50 from his wallet. Judge John V. Diggins upheld the .nolle-pros motion of Asst. Dist. Atty. Paul R. Sand and freed John Henry Lee of 1927 W. 3rd St. and James Tull of 127 E. 8th St. Everett McDaniel of 249 Wii- Road, Twin Oaks, told a jury he met Lee for the first time in a W. 3rd Street tavern in Chester on Feb. 23 and had some drinks with him. McDaniel said he drove Lee and some others to another taproom, then went to one at 6th and Pot- :cr Sts. All except the driver and Lee got out of the car. While he and Lee were sitting inside the car, McDaniel said somebody struck him from outside the vehicle. The first came through the open window on the driver's side, he said. But McDaniels said he did hot see who hit him. When he came to, McDaniel said he was in the gutter and his car was gone. He reported it stolen. Patrolman Edward Mea of Chester police said he stopped the car 45 minutes later after a chase. Lee, he testified, was at t h e wheel. Tull was not in the car but was picked up later. Lee was represented by Attorney Murray Eckell and "Tull by \ttorney Donald Orlowsky. Both lawyers are public defenders. Road Test In County Backfires MEDIA COURTHOUSE-- A mechanic who road-tested a customer's car and was stopped for speeding, pleaded guilty Thursday to driving while his license was suspended and was fined J200 Judge Thomas A. Curran. Basil Donato of the 1600 block S. 56th Street, Philadelphia, was arrested March 3 by Radnor police when he was clocked going 50 miles an hour in a 35-mile zone on Lancaster Pike. A check of his license showed it was suspended and not restored for failing to show proof of financial responsibility. Donato's attorney, Alvin Ackerman, told the court Donato subsequently lost his job as a mechanic in a Bryn Mawr foreign car agency and now is working as a laborer in a scrap He also pointed out that although Donato was eligible to apply a license, he was unable to the financial requirements. Judge Curran said he would impose a jail sentence in view the circumstances. Cop Nabs Man Entering Legion

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 23 Jun 1961, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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