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figures. buy- U G H A N collapsed cents a llhen re new TWO SEIZED FOR PASSING FAKE MONEY (Continued from Page One) quo- Woodruff. OITlcer Lewis collared Colza a block f u r t h e r west, aud both were taken to Uie Liberty theatre. Offers To Make Good Gerber immediately offered ;o give a KOod 520 hill for the counterfeit counterfeit ono. Popuurs Charles Davis. Kreil Taylor and Vincent O'Ncil arrived from the sheriff's office, and tho prisoners were t a k e n to police he;ld- (|uartors. When searched. Clerhcr was found to be carrying the ?2I) counterfeit bill he had exchanged, and the 519.50 change be had obtained at the theatre. Colza had $17-1.95, all in good money. d'erfier claims bo i:; a wrestler, and that he is well k n o w n around O'N'eil. He stated he had known. Colza for approximately a year, aud that few days ago the latter called him and asked it he wasted to go with him to "sec a aun" at Coloma. When they arrived in Bentoa Harbor last n!ght t Gerber stated, Colza told him he had a counterfeit. 520 bill he wanted to get rM of and gave it to him to cash at the theatre. "If Col"a had any more counte-r- .·lt Mils, f don't knoa- anything botif them," Ger'ner stated. Chief of Police Charles Peapplcs :lio talked to Colza last night re- ortcd lh« prisoner admitted he - a rum runner, and claime.1 hr» ad been hijacked between Niles ml South Mend several days ago. 'olra. according to tho chief. Eaiil ID tost 15 gallons of alcohol. The prisoner came to Bentoa Har- or to cee 2 man who knew the ackers in the hops of getting the alky back, Chief. Peapples said ho told. Chi-' Mishawaka aurt South Mend. droin'cd all which ut LalcM l i n e States. they a the Show. meta be The police Immediately (rot In ouch with federal authorities in Detroit. They were to come to Beu- on Harbor to launch an Investigation Investigation today. Among Colza's possessions was 'ouud a pass book from the First Trust Savings bank of Mlshawa ks, (.lionlns Hiat Colza bad deposited deposited S200 in a BHV|IIRS account last Tuesday, and {150 on Wednesday. The police also took charge o thc-ir car whlcii had hcen parked on IG. Main r.'reet. The Niles hanks and business firms today wero closely scrutinizing currency bills offered tor deposit or exchanged In trade. This action WBF tbe result of a u t h e n t i c report;; tha spurious bills have bec-n passed li H n n l h Hci.d and Klkharl rturlus Ih last few days. Tbc bills passed in In dlana T ,vcrc of ?20 dcnomluation. Gerber Makes Statement Ocrber mado n sisced statcmen relative to IUR part in tho attempt a passing the bill last night befor Sheriff Fred J. Cutler, Chief Deput. Phil Cutler, and Deputy Yiocen 2 HUSBANDS CHARGE CRUELTY IN BILLS Cruelty is charged by two Ber- rlen husband-! in bills of divorce :iled In the circuit court today. Don Krieger of Peutoo. Harbor sued Mrs. Viola Jarris Krlegcr whom he marrifKl fn August, 1923. They have no children. Krieger is rv-presented by Attorney Harris S. Whitney. Mll«n rtranstetter of Nlles sued Mrs. Mary Branstelter charslnff also that she descried him in August. 192^. They wero married in April, i92S. and have no children. Bransletter Bransletter Is represented by Attorney Stuart 1J. White. UNUSUAL were discussing They were discussing n mutual Irlenfl. 'Yes," said Bacon, "1 saw Fish the other day and he was treating his wife In a way that I wouldn't treat a do." "Good gracious!" satd Hammond In shocked tones. "What was lie doing?" "He was kiseing ber."--Answers.

Clipped from The News-Palladium16 Jan 1931, FriPage 13

The News-Palladium (Benton Harbor, Michigan)16 Jan 1931, FriPage 13
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