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 - a . . - a Tahea " AppeaL - IIyman7.Warrnan,...
a . . - a Tahea " AppeaL - IIyman7.Warrnan, S102 Oraceland avenue, who . was arrested ' February 12 by 'Sergeant McGao - and squad on a charge of operating a "blind tiger." was fined Ills and cost. Wagman appealed bia case to th Marion criminal court and hia bond waa placed at Jl.eaa. It waa signed by E. - Mantel, udga Rlnler had taken tha caaa urx der advisement aeveral weeke ago. and he mad hia ruling on the ground that tho - title of th Acta of llt wa sufficient far a convicting of a parson who had liquor dn his possession, which, ha aald tad baea bought ba for th state prohibition law was enacted. - - - Other convicted on "blind tiger charges were' George Door Us, 19S4 West - Morris street, $100. and coats and sentenced to serve sixty days en the Stat Farm; - Paul Reddy. 44 S Chadwick atreet. $100 and coat a, and Lycla asm tea, 701 Haugh Street, fee and costs., . ' - .... - -

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 24 Mar 1922, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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