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Arraigned to shipments go extent which break- POLICE TAKE Supreme Court Convenes This Afternoon at Little Valley-Judge Crosby of Falconer on 1 Bench 4. in normal organized Patrolman John Randall went to Little Valley this forenoon, with prisoners in custody, 'some sentenced and others for grand jury action as witnesses. F. A. Wllllama, whose soft drink place at 8th and Wayne street raided, resulting in his getting 30 days at the county bastile went along to start his time. His employee, Stephen Smith, went too. If he tells the grand jury where the place got its liquor, his six months jolt will be suspended by terms of Judge Kcating's sentence. "Steve" has promised to come across without reserve and it is believed the leaders of a ring here be smoked out through his testimony. Henry (Blackie) Cornell, held for the grand jury on a first degree grand larceny charge in connection with the alleged robbing of L. Jensen of between $100 and $200 the latter was on a "moon" party here early Saturday morning, is of the bunch, as are Robert Wing, held on a charge of forgery in connection 'with a check it is alleged Jensen cashed for him and "Cliff" Fergus*, n, who gave his address as Punxatawney, held as a ~ material witness in the same case. The other party on the trip Is John Fedus, who goes for ;. 60-day stretch for carrying a concealed weapon. W. Hulbert, as a special officer, left today for Buffalo in charge of Eddie Berdsell, who will do 60 at the Brie County penitentiary intoxication. Supreme Court convened this afternoon at Little Valley, with Justice Harley N. Crosbie of FaUoner on the bench and at the same the grand jury got down to under direction of District Attorney A. M. Laidlaw.

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  1. Times Herald,
  2. 04 Apr 1922, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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