Chauffeur Jailed For Silver Theft BALTIMORE— (ff)— A 19-year-old chauffeur was charged today with making off with more than $1,200 worth of silverware which once was the property of the late James Cardinal Cardinal Gibbons. Police reported recovery of the silver silver less than 24 hours after it was stolen from the home of Archbishop Francis P. Keough in the rear of Baltimore's big cathedral. The 20 pieces, valued at $1,251, were found wrapped in newspapers and hidden In a bushel basket in the vestibule of St. Peter's Catholic Church. The recovery was made at 2 a. m. and two hours later four men were in custody for questioning. Police later filed a charge of burglarizing the arcliepiscopal residence against Jack Baldwin.