McIntosh Break In at Grocery Store
Admits Grocery Breakin Mcintosh, snn of Mr. and Mis. James Mcintosh of 112Vs Miller, admitted the Feb. 12 bicakin at Wing Shing Grocery Store in which $17 in cash, six cigarel lighters, one wrisl watch and a pistol were taken. The Hycar-old Hycar-old Hycar-old boy adnyttcd the Feb. 4 hurglary of the 'same slore when SfSO in cash was taken and nf taking a woman's purse containing $30 in cash from the City Library. It was noted that City Library restitution for the purse contents had been made hy the bay's mother. When questioned from thc bench by Judge Loble, thc boy said he did not know a law officer officer had the right to shoot, and kill if necessary, when a criminal is surprised in thc acl of committing committing a crime. "You could have been shot when breaking the glass to gain entry In that Chinese grocery store," Loble warned Ihe boy. Mcintosh also told the court he did not know the penalty for first degree murder. "The penalty in Montana is rleidh by hanging," ,ludge Loble told him, sternly. "And thc day will come when a youth such as you may think he is /arced to kill a slore nwncr who is simply ipt'o-tecling ipt'o-tecling ipt'o-tecling his properly — and that youth will fare Ihe maximum penalty."