John A. Zilmer - Probation and Fine Imposed for Theft

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John A. Zilmer - Probation and Fine Imposed for Theft - Probation and Fine Imposed for Theft Larry D....
Probation and Fine Imposed for Theft Larry D. Anderson, 21, N. Clairemont Ave., pleaded guilty guilty in County Court Thursday to a charge of stealing $90 from his employer, Variety Vending Co., April 8. He was represented by Cletus D. Howard. Judge Thomas H. B a r 1 a n d stayed execution of & two-month jail sentence and placed Anderson Anderson on probation to the State Department <xf Health and Social Services, fined him $100 and costs, and ordered him to either get a full time job immediately, immediately, or take vocational training. District Attorney -Lawrence W. Durning told the court t h e youth was trapped when his employer became suspicious of shortages in the vending machine machine collections and set up a triple check system with bills that were identified by their serial serial numbers. The youth admitted admitted he had also committed previous previous thefts in making machine collections. The case of William J. Rog- slad, 18, of 2016 Dellview St., charged with burglarizing the Olson Heating Co. on Water St., April 4, was adjourned to Frid Frid a y. The youth's attorney, Manlio G. Parroni, had requested requested time to get a psychiatric psychiatric evaluation on the youth. John A. Zillmer, 39, of 411 Wisconsin St., appeared in court on a charge of stealing a S3.99 air pump from the F. W. Woolworth Co. April 3. The case was adjourned to Monday to give him time to get legal counsel He was placed under a $100 signature bond. , Albert A. Lohman, 59, Berta, Minn., pleaded guilty to a charge of vagrancy Wednesday night when he asked for lodging lodging in the county jail. A one- day jail sentence was suspended suspended providing he leaves the county county immediately. Shirley A. Rud, 19, Rt. 4, Mondovi, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing $1.34 in merchandise merchandise f r o m the K - Mart March 24. She was fined $40 and costs. Edward W. Bundy, rural Augusta, Augusta, pleaded guilty to a charge of beating up his wife April 5. She had signed the complaint. Judge Barland withheld sentence, sentence, placed Bundy on probation probation for a year, ordered him to serve two weeks in jail under the Huber Law, and pay the court costs. Kenneth S. Lokken, 19, of 920 Oxford Ave., pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing beer outside outside a licensed tavern April 4 when a patrolman saw him drinking beer in a car at McDonald's. McDonald's. The youth was fined $50 and costs. Millions Visit Dam PADUCAH.Ky. (AP) - Lake Barkley, a 118-mile long reservoir, reservoir, is a vital economic factor in the Western Kentucky- Tennessee region/More than 1.7 million visitors inspected the facility facility in 1968.

Clipped from Eau Claire Leader11 Apr 1969, FriPage 18

Eau Claire Leader (Eau Claire, Wisconsin)11 Apr 1969, FriPage 18
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