in McCarthy job magnificent if Lose Licenses Two local drivers lost their .driving -prhnleges-for a year and were fined $100 each pleading guilty to drunken driving here today. They are Mrs. Catherine Hagan, 50, of 323 W, St. Paul ave., and Arcadio M. Ramirez, 30, of 1008 Caroline st. Mrs. Hagan was arrested Waukesha Thursday after her car struck a parked car. Ramirez was arrested in the city Saturday after his car was involved in a minor accident. Remain H. Timm, 23, Waukesha route 3, was fined $100 and costs for 132 Drunken Drivers Since Jan. 1 '54 Total-116 driving after h i s l i was ' revoked. He was arrested arrested Dec.'l. His license h a been revoked f o r drunken driving June 8, Dist. Atty. James D'Amato said. A former Waukeshan, Frank Rudolph, 23, now of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, had his probation revoked and was sentenced to the Green Bay reformatory for one-two years. He was placed on probation here Sept. 28 for six counts breaking and entering in the nighttime. M a r k state probation agent, said state welfare department revoked revoked probation and returned Rudolph to court for sentencing. sentencing. He gave this list of probation violations: Rudolph failed to pay anything on his court costs of incurred debts at filling stations stations and restaurants, was after curfew hours, was found driving without a drivers license, license, went through a stop sign, associated with another probationer, failed to pay for traffic tickets, was late work 18 days out of 28, was evicted from his Waukesha residence for being disorderly and moved to Milwaukee without notifying Stoddard. When Judge Scott Lowry Rudolph on the witness stand, Rudolph said, "I didn't realize I did so many things wrong." In another case, Robert Cherwick, 26, of 328 Douglas ave., forfeited $29 bail for driving too fast for conditions on Hy. 18 in the town of Brookfield.