wm helmes sentence

tofog Member Photo

Clipped by tofog

wm helmes sentence - Denning To Follow 'Get Tough' Policy Judge...
Denning To Follow 'Get Tough' Policy Judge Clarence Denning opened a month's term in Traf fic Court yesterday wun xne warning that he will continue the court s recent 6" nnlicv toward young drivers i.npht speeding. i,Ve John W. Keefe had cursued that policy with vigor f . . MnMfVt'ai eocoinn in the traffic bench, .tiidtre Denning told the young drivers to "obey the speed laws r fnce stern action by the u - Mirt." In his first day's work on the bench, Judge Denning gave one youth a suspended five - day wnrkhouse sentence, ana six others driving suspensions rang jng from five to 60 days. William Helmes, 19, 710 Aa derson Ferry Kd., was given the suspended Workhouse sentence, sentence, fined $19 and suspended from driving for 60 days when convicted of speeding 70 miles an hour In a 50-mile 50-mile 50-mile 7.0 nn tho Mill Creek Expressway Jack Butterfield, 2009 Ohio Ave., was given three days in the Workhouse, fined smn Bmi deprived of his driver's license for a year by Judge William J. Keating in Municipal Court. He struck a parked automobile on rowers street June 27 and was cnargea with dr v tie- tie- when der the influence of alcohol. MAN, WIFE Named In Bankruptcy1 PetitionsOwners Of Gift Shop T-l T-l T-l 1 , .... oanKruptcy petitions were filed yesterday in U. S. Dis trict Court for a Morrow, Ohio couple. Clarence ' Wallace Jr

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer04 Aug 1959, TueKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 11

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)04 Aug 1959, TueKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 11
tofog Member Photo
  • wm helmes sentence

    tofog – 23 Jan 2016

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in