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death and vet- in stcn- p. is,. be- mem- casket deceased, 34 INDICTED BY GRAND MAT GRAND RAPIDS Two Men Charged With Cas.V ing Fake Hill At U. H. Theatre Named (By Associated Press) GRAND RAPIDS, March 5--Alleged 5--Alleged violators of federal laws today were facing trial following the return return of 34 Indictments late yesterday yesterday by the United States grand here. There were 26 liquor indictments. indictments. H. Morris Sharpsiein, Kalamazoo. postal clerk, was Indicted on charges of embezzling $1,029.40 in postal funds and J14 in stamp funds in September 1930. Three indictments charging theft returned. In the Trrst, Stephen J. from the United States mails were Holland and Ralph Marten, 22-year- old Chicago youths, were ordered tried for breaking into a combination mail and express coach near Holland a month ago and rifling several sacks and express packages. The second second Indictment accused Tatc Miller, 31, alias Fred Smith. Henry Miller, Henry George McMillen and James Collins. He was charged with rifling two mail bags at Klles on December 1Â«. William L. Mitchell, Grand Rapids, was charged with abstracting letters from a postal box In this Two indictments for counterfeiting were returned. Berthold Max Meier, arrested in a shack near White a month ago, was charged with manufacturing counterfeit money. Dante Colza and Richard Guber were jointly in an Indictment charging them with cashing a spurious bank note at a Benton Harbor theatre. Among the liquor indictments were the following: Henry Denner and Cornelius De Kam, Battle Creek; Perrigo, Jake Schippcr and Ivan McMichael, Kalamazoo; and Ralph Helz, Muskegon.