Clipped From Waukesha Daily Freeman
'Â· Â·. Sroad- . ! ' teenage girl ar.d her boy cc-mo?.nion were charged today v ith breaking into the Frozen Foods co. T)!ant ar.d I ins $23 in cash. j They were 1 Jar.e Gerbenskey. IT. of Hart- j land and Walter V.'olsdorf. !9. ! 1C03 Grand View bivd.- "A'auke-1 -.vere among sis teenagers. Girl Charged With Burglary irgi; . . . . Gerald Simon. 16. of VTauke- j t h e j s h a route i: Kenneth Clark. 17, and Karen | v.-'r.ich taxes i Janke. 17. all of DANCEY SAID the teenagers son aniicipa- i Atty. David Dancey be j youths admitted their parts board of'the burglarv. the end _,,,. ,.'^. T ^ ,, , r.cieni gold and ' evening of Jar.. 6 a v i n his office: a v n s o c e : , The three counles were l abound Li Wo^dorf-: car i gan talking sbou some raotev. jirale-squ: _ . Jeannette Clark a-d Karen t o Janke had worked at the frozen T o e ni up on the dare. IT WAS decided that Wolsdorf. ,,, foods Â«laat and knew where money' was kept. They bllrg!ary . ^ tfce boys look Miss Gerbenskey and :\Pss would ''null the job" %vhile others rode around in the car would pick them up later. Wolscorf removed a screen from a rear window and he Miss Gerbenskey entered the building. i the left. the s of was done by Police Chief Herbert Dean of Hartland and James Doherty, Oconornov.-cc. When they were told of the girls who once helped out time at the plant, their question-; ing led to the others--and a fession.