Arrest outcome - AC Zippel

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Arrest outcome - AC Zippel - Youth Jailed in Theft Of Father's $8126 for...
Youth Jailed in Theft Of Father's $8126 for Spree at Atlantic City Neil Volusher, If), of Trent rrl. near Suffolk Lane, Penn Wynne, who admittedly took $8126 from his father's bank account to go on a spree in Atlantic City, was sentenced Tuesday to a one-and-a-half one-and-a-half one-and-a-half one-and-a-half one-and-a-half one-and-a-half one-and-a-half to three years in Holmesbure! D Cw,:j.L. ... luil wniivillllbll OK Wage Boost County Prison, Judge Edward J. Griffilhs imposed imposed the sentence in Quarter Sessions Court despite a plea by be his father's lawver that hp To placed on probation, m. BUFFALO, N. Y Dec. 22 (AP). Members of the Switchmen's Switchmen's Union of North America have approved a contract with ACCOMPLICE JAILED Judse CI riff iths also sentenced Vnlwsher's accomplice, Gerald the Nation's railroads that pro-r. pro-r. pro-r. Cole, 19, of Maple Shade rd.Lides for wage increase up to near Milvern rd., Ardmore, to1.. 7e . j j, . . six months to a year in thel'1.;" " d"y' U WaS """"need v..- v..- i-t'....u- i-t'....u- i-t'....u- i-t'....u- 1..J -i-.j.j -i-.j.j -i-.j.j -i-.j.j The contract J mills liilllJIin II rll lUPdllfll guilty to charges of forging withdrawal slips in a West Philadelphia savings and loan association where his father, J Simon, bakery operator, had an i account. ' He was arrested July 2fl by . police in Atlantic uty after a motel owner became suspicious worked out last month in Washington by union and railroad negotiators, gives engine foremen a wage hoost of $1.75 a day and yard helpers a daily increase of $1.44, The increase are retroactive to! July 12. The pact also provides for four weeks of paid vacation J i of the youth's spending. With M pars service, eiiecuve !him at the time were Cole and,Jan' I Arlene flaire Zinr.pl. 24. of Nolan! the Switchmen's Union claims ."si npar Wookton ave . a rhain '0 represent lfio.non railroad ; restaurant employe. ' NO ACTION TAKEN ; No action was taken against ' Miss Zippel after she made i restitution in the amount of J ; $529 "borrowed" from young j Volusher. ! y According to the Common-! Common-! Common-! wealth, Volusher withdrew the! money in varying amounts after .Mast July 17 while his father ;was undergoing eye operations !in University Hospital. He said !;he took the money because his father never paid him for work- work- ; in?- in?- i A lawyer representing the father asked Judge Griffiths to I place the son on pronation so :!he could be sent to a New York ! school for psychiatric help. Judge Griffiths refused. "This boy has to be taught a i lesson," Judge Griffiths said. j "A bonding or insurance com-:pany com-:pany com-:pany suffered a loss as a re- re- I suit of this forgery and we i can t allow it to go unnoticed." workers, most west of Chicago. SEE PAGE 14

Clipped from The Philadelphia Inquirer23 Dec 1964, WedMain EditionPage 8

The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)23 Dec 1964, WedMain EditionPage 8
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