robert bbalgemen fined 1940

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robert bbalgemen fined 1940 - to of with to station adjacent permit $750 all...
to of with to station adjacent permit $750 all included the Bo- M. for from the for had the J. 4 JUSTKICASES BRING FINES IN LOCAL COURT Four sentences were meted out in justice of the peace hearings, over the week end, by P. A. Danson. Danson. In the case of Robert Balgeman, West Bend, he was fined on two counts, one for failing to stop for an arterial, and in the other for violating a conservation law toy having having a shot gun in his car not taken down. • Conservation Officer E. V. Pierce saw what appeared to be an assembled assembled gun in Balgeman's car, and stopped him. Balgeman refused to answer questions and drove away. Pierce gave chase but lost him in Algona when the defendant is alleged alleged to have driven through stop signs. Sheriff Casey Loss brought Balgeman Balgeman into court, and he was fined $1 and costs for going through an arterial, and $100 and costs for having an assembled gun in his. car. In the latter case, $75 of the fine was suspended. Two charges of intoxication were also in court. In one, Wesley Smith was fined $25 and costs, or 30 days in jail, and Joe L. Downey received the same sentence. Sheriff Loss arrested arrested the men after an auto accident March 25, one mile west of Whittemore. Whittemore. Julius Ferstl, charged with operating operating a motor vehicle after his driving driving license had been revoked, was sentenced to one day in jail, the minimum under the law. State Patrol D. S. Hutchison filed the complaint. Ferstl had his license license revoked on a plea of guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated . farmers fooled by Farley. or, 14 in a of in

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  1. The Algona Upper Des Moines,
  2. 02 Apr 1940, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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