John Hirt 1932 court
Long Session Of Sentence Court Richard Shadle, of near Littlestown, who surrendered to Sergeant N BoatCj Qf the ^ highway , , . _ ohe m l in Ja ,, fw lhe tnefe of the J automobile of Guy Halter in June 11928. The sentence is to begin Decat i n , . .,, .._. e ^^ , * Â«i there on ber ie - 1931 ' Shladle was also I a to N. e done Halter $30 for d a on Trio On Probation Leo Clmga'n, Littlestown, charged was neces- Â« , . . _ , ,^ I resisting an officer, and Ed- j ward Fuhrman, charged with Clingan to escape from the Littles- j t o w n lockup recently, were fined each and placed on probation for one year. John Hirt. who also was charged with aiding Clingan to es- j cape and wrio used his automobile 1 o tak e the latter to Baltimore aft- eward, was fined $200 and placed to Brame, 'Mr. Friday Gettysburg and Wortz/ John her the owner's consent, on probation for 18 has im- she on probation for one year. One of the terms of the probation is that the trio abstain from the use of liquor during that time. Albert Shultz, of near Gettysburg, who entered a plea of nolle contendere to a charge of driving a car without the owner's consent, received a suspended sentence, but was ordered to report to Miss Margaret McMillan, probation officer, for six months. Melvin Harman, of near Gettysburg, who was convicted in court last week on a charge of driving car without was placed months. Ralph Cullison, of near Cashtown, who entered a plea of guilty to a charge of operating a car while -under the influence of liquor, was sent to jail for 60 days and fined $200. Earl J. Gigous, Gettysburg-, charged with passing worthless chepks, was placed on probation for six months and ordered to )aay the costs.- Nelson Miller, of near Cross Keys, who entered a' plea of guilty to a charge'of' operating- a-car while under the influence of liquor, was placed on probation ' for" nine months and ordered- to pay the costs. Miller was*- given-no' jail sentence because he- had bfeen in custody almost 60 days-.Guy Gephart. -James Mathews, Leo' Ginter and John Chrlsmer, all on BOnneauville, who entered pleas to malicious mischief, were placed* probation for-six months.- 7 '^ Sent To Industrial Home Mrs Mary Brady Albright. Gettysburg, charged with- a statutory offense, entered a plea of guilty was sentenced to the-Muncy industrial home for women. Those whose cases were held over until February -20 include Edward Wolf and Joseph Redding. Gettysburg, charged with the illegal possession and sale of intoxicating liquor; Ralph Musselman, Hamil- : which-surprised 2U on of of 3 tonban township, convicted last week of stealing chickens; E. W Parker, Littlestownfi charged with assault with intent to maim; John Cullison, Gettysburg, charged with a statutory offense, and William Richardson, 14iyeaf-"oia Iron Springs youth, charged with -driving a car whjle under i the influence ot liquor. In the court's examination of Richardson, the youth told Judge J McPherson that he had' taken four drinks of liquor at a dance a time' before lie took the automobile and wrecked it.