Clarence Tice Traffic court
Large Company Face Court On Varied Charges Decidedly indiscreet remark about the state highway laws an outspoken sarcasm directed at th court cost one Muscatine motor ist a lengthy stay in the -count; jail Saturday afternoon. The driver, Clarence Tice, c Lake Park boulevard, was ar rested by police at 3:30 p. m Saturday for the -Tninor .traffi otfense of running" a red light Officers, in questioning Tice learned that he had' no driver' license and he was-taken to th police station and booked on tw charges — failure to observe e stop light and operating a moto vehicle -without a drivers' li cense. Too Insistent. : At the-police station the prls oner "demanded an immediat •trial and when the judge failed to appear within a few minute became so insistent in his demands that officers locked hhn . in a cell. ^ Arraigned before Justice of th< .Peace Hugh E. Chance later in the afternoon, he remarked tha he didn't need a ; driver's license- that he could drive a car just a. well without • one as with, on" and informed the justice that h obtained his education in . "th' schol of hard knocks and not sitting around pushing a pencil.",. Reminding Tice that such a'.tP rade might be regarded as contempt of court, Justice . Chance " jolted the obstreperous prisoner with a 30 day sentence-'in both the traffic li'cht and drivers license cases, the sentences-to run concurrently.