Dad arrested fro non-operator license. Oregon Statesman 2 aug 1935
nnrr LILtl tnr at- at- ISSUE CLEARED UP ... -.. -.. -i.-" -i.-" ? Yellow .Ones are , Correct; Gleeson Mixup Result of Officer's Error Clearing up perplexities in status status of operator's licenses -which -which deTeloped following, report of the Miner Edward "Gleeson case in justice justice court yesterday, state police and the secretary of state's office boiled the matter of expired and unexpired auto operator's permits down to this rule for the public: "If your driver's permit is yellow, yellow, it is all right; if your driver's permit is white, It is void, regard-lees regard-lees regard-lees of the expiration date printed on the card." Arrest Slip Wrong; As published. Miner Edward Gleeson, route seven? yesterday admitted guilt in Justice court to charge of driving with a void op- op- and 6606 Free St C. S. ORWIO C. S. Orwig Hamburger ES Pound 2 lbs. 25c Lamb Roasts SO pound Lamb Chops lb 2 lbs. 25c 15c Spring Fryers and drawn dressed erator license, though the license was issued June 15, 1935. Investigation Investigation made yesterday revealed a sup had been made In filing charges against Gleeson, and that what the state officer's tag given upon arrest showed was a violation violation of the. defective brake law. Gleeson made no protest to the Inadvertently incorrect charge and no mention of the brake count when haled lato court. However, it developed yesterday that he had a valid license, inasmuch as it was of the yellow vintage, like of j which have been issued since June 1 15, last. In justiee court. Glee- Glee- son's dollar fine on the operator's permit was remitted Wednesday, but he is still subject to the law's penalty on the defective brake charge. Seventy more cases were brought before Judge Hayden yes terday as result of the state police police checkup here Wednesday on operators, bringing the total ar rests to about 125. TCe checkup brought Increased business to the license department in the automobile automobile division at the statehouse. Many Pay Fines Those paying one dollar fines here yesterday on the no - operator's operator's license charge were: Earl Al-bin Al-bin Al-bin Gilmer, Frank Rokos, Elza Loy Fisher, Guy W. Chandler, Earl Luke Bonney. A. L. McMIl-len, McMIl-len, McMIl-len, Loren P. Griggs, William Wearer, Arnold L. Roan, Ernest Garrett. Marshall V. Stewart, Ed win L. Kubin. Phillip Tyler, Wal ter I. Allen, Ernest Douglas, J. T. Binford, Marion M. Taylor, Raymond Raymond HIatt, John Wayne, Chester Chester Elmer Lee, Richard Paul Jud-son, Jud-son, Jud-son, Robert Sydney Gentzkow, Walter Gatske, Matt Pumalla, Oscar Oscar C. Phillips, Roy Lincoln, Em-mett Em-mett Em-mett John Leahy, Raphael A. Doran, Frank J. Vlasic, Ernest D. Pearson, Mervin D. Fidder. Clarence Clarence John Rush, Jacob Pankoff, John Henderson Emery, Steve Crockett, George Vosburgh whose dollar was remitted, Charles Boy-er, Boy-er, Boy-er, Almos LeFors, Addison Foster, Foster, Paul A. Spendal, John B. Tur- Tur- cotte, Robert Crawford, Leland S. Wilcox. Robert L. GasaWay, J. H. Lyons, Charles L. Berger, lafe Grokett. Gardo F. Webb, Hassing Jacobson, George W. Berry, Owen F. Ogden, Charles T. Kelly, Jack D. Hindman, Martin Buchholz, Ce cil Beals and Clarence William Beecroft. Persons arrested on the same charge and who are allowed ad dltional time In which to pay their dollar fines and the deadline are: Eddie Gaub, August 8; Floyd Lee Barnes, August 10; Cleora Parks, five days; Ross Powell, August 9; Albert J. Noeske, August 3; Macel B. Sills, August 15; George Bo-gosin, Bo-gosin, Bo-gosin, August 3; Frank L. Zink, August 8; A. L. McMillen, Aug- Aug- Ri usi ie; rani . ioevs, Angusi o, Francis DeLapp, August -1 -1 ; Chas. Albert Williams, August 5, and W. C. Sodeman, August 6. Only ono person arrested for lack of proper operator's license pleaded not guilty. He was Albert Schlag, date of whose trial will be set later. Amos J. Jarvis paid a dollar fine for operating without a chaufleur's license.