John A. Zillmer - Court Sets
Court Sets Probation on Check Charge James E. Goodlove, 64, of 222 E. Tyler Ave., pleaded guilty in the upper branch of County Court Monday to a charge ol cashing a worthless $1,249.27 check for meat he purchasec for his store from the Whitehall Packing Co. May 15, 1968. At the request of his attorney, James G. Franey Jr.,'and with the assent of District Attorney Lawrence W. Durning Judge Thomas H. Barland ordered a presentence investigation be made before Goodlove made his plea this morning. Judge Barland withheld sentence and placed the former supermarket owned on probation to the State Department of Health and Social Welfare for two years and ordered him to pay the court costs and reimburse the packing company for the worthless check. Goodlove had already paid $800 in reimbursement on the check. In County Court today, John A. Zillmer, 39, of 411 Wisconsin St., pleaded innocent to a charge of stealing a $3.99 air pump from the F. W. Woolworth Store April 3. A trial is set for May 7. Donald J. Engen. 36, of 518 N. Oxford Ave,, forfeited $27 for disorderly conduct April 12 when he became belligerent and used obscene language toward police officers who were investigating a traffic accident in which Engen was involved.