The Coshocton Tribune, 28 July 1923, Page 5 Today's Bright Spot Charles Garlinger, hauled before the

The Coshocton Tribune, 28 July 1923, Page 5 Today's Bright Spot Charles Garlinger, hauled before the judge, admitted he was drunk. He was assessed a fine, and paid. Then the court laid on another even heavier fine for operating a car while intoxicated. But when Garlinger proved to the court that he left the car on the side of the road, near Athens, when he found himself too drunk to drive, the judge relented, and suspended the second fine.

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The Coshocton Tribune, 28 July 1923, Page 5
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  • The Coshocton Tribune, 28 July 1923, Page 5 Today's Bright Spot Charles Garlinger, hauled before the — The Coshocton Tribune, 28 July 1923, Page 5 Today's Bright Spot Charles Garlinger, hauled before the judge, admitted he was drunk. He was assessed a fine, and paid. Then the court laid on another even heavier fine for operating a car while intoxicated. But when Garlinger proved to the court that he left the car on the side of the road, near Athens, when he found himself too drunk to drive, the judge relented, and suspended the second fine.

    ScottiezRussieMcD – 11 Aug 2014