Juneau County bootleggers face court - 1930 - 1

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Juneau County bootleggers face court - 1930 - 1 - BARABOO QUARTET ' HEARS FATE TODAY1 Trial of...
BARABOO QUARTET ' HEARS FATE TODAY1 Trial of Two Charged with 1 Counterfeiting Under Under Way Four mere Madison residents were in United States district court yester and and today on charges o: violating federal prohibition law. They arraigned with others before th Judcc R. C. Baltzcll. Indianapolis. In all. 13 were arraigned. They are: TOW TRAVSEK, Madison, violation violation prohibition law. fined 5300 and sentenced to serve four months with the jail sentence suspended . for three years. PEGGY r - ERRAGUE. Madison, violation prohibition law, 60 days sentence suspended for one year. CHARLES GYLES. Madison, violation prohibition law, lined $100. DOMINIC MENDERINO, Madison, Madison, violation prohibition law. case postponed because of death of Mrs. Menderino. FERDINAND KRAMM, Hamburg, Hamburg, Wis., violation prohibition law, sentenced to 90 days in Marathon Marathon county jail with i60 days of the sentence suspended.' EMIL HAEHLKE, Hamburg, vlo - nhibllion law, fined yzoo enteneed t rathon ter. i irohibiti on law, fined Rib Falls. $100. ORVILLE KRAFT, violation prohibition taken under advisement. GOTTFRIED BUHLER, Monti cello, cello, violation prohibition law. scn - tenlcnced to 90 days in the Milwaukee Milwaukee house of correction, sentence sentence suspended for one year. MAX FEINBERG. Barabooo. violation violation prohibition law, pleaded guilty but not sentenced. LEO FEINBERG, Baraboo, violation violation prohibition law, pleaded guilty but not sentenced. ALDEN JOPP, Baraboo, violation violation prohibition law, pleaded guilty but not sentenced. JOHN R. GREEN, Baraboo. violation violation prohibition law, pleaded j guilty but not sentenced. Suspended Sentences Suspended sentences, similar to pro - ition, were given Trayser and Miss Perrague, when they pleaded guilty to iolation oi the federal prohibition law. The jail sentence will be enforced for the periods specified if the defend again again apprcnenaca tor viola tions of the federal - prohibition law during the suspended period of the sen tences. Leo and Max Fcinberg. and their al leged employes. Jopp and Green, were questioned by Judge Baitzell at inter vals throughout tne oay atter tncy naa pleaded guilty to charges of violating ie federal pronibitin law. Max Felnberg, garage proprietor, ad mitted he had been in the liquor busi - . lor a year and a half, obtaining alcohol frcm Chicago. Green, his em ploye, told the court he had - transported transported transported several loads for Felnberg. rne cntjges against all lour men were the result of two truck seizures, the one being driven by Jopp contain ing - l.uuu gauons oi aiconoi. juagc BRitzeii oracrea Ferry ncwku'k. Baraboo, brought into court when Jopp testified tnat he had been hired by him. When Jopp said he could not remem ber where 'he got the liquor, who paid for it, or where he was taking It, the juage remanded h:m to custody of fed (Continued (Continued on page 4) j j I 1 j , - I I ! '

Clipped from The Capital Times06 Feb 1930, ThuPage 1

The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin)06 Feb 1930, ThuPage 1
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