The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware on April 18, 1952 · 32
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The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware · 32

Wilmington, Delaware
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Friday, April 18, 1952
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WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1952 THIRTY-TWO SUPERIOR COURT SENTENCES FOUR .ft mm 0PG&D0 GdOGuD CDQQdte OO OOCXDGM Terms Range to 3 Years;! 3 Placed on Probation,; One Case Nolle Prossed! 1. Cotton - Flt! ,2. Lotos! 3. Cotton Foil! 4. Sttot Pod! " 5. Spring Unit! 6. Sitol Pod! 7 . Cotton Folt! i "v. vmz2mgiK' nnT-ii- .I, i. i rmi,z r, ' 'it r REG. 249.95 SAVE 83.95 ON THIS LIVING ROOM GROUP 7 pieces! International sofa and chair! 3 tables! 2 lamps! 7-PLY LATEX-TOP INNERSPRING MATTRESS 49.95 value! layer after layer of resilient cotton felt, sisal! "Nachman" spring-filled . . . plus FIRESTONE F0AMEX Every piece has been carefully selected . . . not only to give you the best possible value, but for real decorator beauty, long service and comfort. Big sofa and matching chair are quality built by famous "International" with full innerspring construction. Mahogany finished tables (3 of them) are glass topped. China base lamps complete with shades. Roomy Sofa Matching Club Chair Glass Top Cocktail Tablo 2 Glass Top Lamp Tablos 2 China.goj! Lamps Complete with Shade Never before could we offer so much GOOD mattress ... so many fine features in just one mattress, for so little! Wanted I,atex-top over layer after layer of insulation! Nachman spring filled! Plus non-sag outer roll edge and sturdy fancy-stripe ticking! Vents and turning handles. Full, Three-quarter and Twin Sizes. MATCHING BOX SPRING 34.90 Latex Top! o 7-Ply Construction! o Fancy Stripo Ticking! o Non-Sag Edge! o Extra Firm ! o Only at Stem's! $23 DOWN-$3 WEEKLY Sentences ranging up to three years were imposed yesterday by Judges Caleb R. Layton III and Daniel L. Herrmann during .plead guilty and parole disposition sessions of the Superior Court. In a number of cases the defendant had been referred to the state psychiatrist for mental examinations, a practice that is on the increase in the upper court as the judges seek reasons behind the actions, particularly of young men. Sentenced were: Logan B. Bryant. 66, of the 700 block Wollaston Street, three years on a charge of breaking and entering the court finding that the defendant's past record, extending back to 1919, was, "bad"; Henry Tarker. 40, formerly of Dover, one year on a charge of escape from the New Castle County Workhouse where he was serving a three-year sentence for larceny. James W. Latham, 34. of Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of Collins Park, two years on four charges of passing worthier checks; Chales Handy, Jr., 24, of the 100 block Poplar Street, two years on a robbery charge. On Probation Placed on probation were: George W. Barton, 21. of the 1300 block Read Street, charged with breaking and entering with intent to steal; Robert K. Bookhammer, 29. of Mayview Manor, charged with lewdness; George I. Crawford. 39, of Eden Park, charged with larceny. Sentencing of John Pollock, Jr., 23. of the 500 block North Harrison Street, and Richard DeMoss, 22, of the 1100 block North DuPont Street, jointly charged on two counts of breaking and entering with intent to steal, was deferred. The state, represented by Deputy Atty. Gen. t Louis J. Finger, nolle prossed a " charge of manslaughter by automobile against Joel L. Harrison. 32, of the 700 block East Fifth Street. Harrison was said to be serving a year in jail on a commitment from the Municipal Court on charges of leaving the scene of an accident. The manslaughter count alleged that he had fatally injured Becky Walters of the 1200 block Market Street, a pedestrian, in an accident at, Fourth and Adams Street last May 5. Mr. Finger, In recommending that the charge be nolle prossed, said there was no evidence of reckless driving in the case. Six Plead Guilty Pleading guilty were: Alfred Anderson. 41, of the 300 block East Seventh Street, charged with attempted breaking and entering: Bernard Gee, 18, of the 400 block East Eighth Street, charged with breaking and entering; Rodney B. Givin, 36, of Glenolden, Pa., charged with obtaining money under faL-e pretenses; James T. Nair, 28, of Lexington, Va., and William P. Nair, 26, of Buena Vista, Va., charged with larceny, and Clinton Porter, 18, of the 600 block East Sixth Street, charged with, larceny. $340,000 IN TAX LIENS FILED AGAINST STACHER NEWARK. N. J.. April 17 (&). Income tax liens amounting to $340,000 were filed by the federal government today against Joe Stacher, prohibition era business associate of Abner (Longie) Zwillman. Internal Revenue Collector John E. Manninz said similar liens would be filed in Washoe County (Reno', Nev.. where Stacher is believed to have an interest in a gambling casino. 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Folds compactly; can be stored in a closet ready to be brought out as needed. NO MONEY DOWN 75c A WEEK Allow 3 Weeks For Delivery r NO MONEY DOWN ONLY 50c A WEEK NO MONEY DOWN $1 A WEEK FINN. LINKED BY U. S. TO SUBVERSIVES. DIES NEW YORK, April 17 (JD. Carl Paivio. 58. executive secretary of the Finnish-American Mutual Aid Society of the International Workers Order, Inc., died here Monday after a, two-month illness, it was reported today by the IWO. At the time of his death Paivio, a native of Finland, had a deporta 1 V4 -TV 44-PC. CANNON SET with 4 laundry-tested sheets NO MONEY DOWN ONLY $1 A WEEK C!Jj Famous Cannon quality for long, satisfactory service. You get most needed linen closet supplies. 4 sheets and 4 pillow cases guaranteed to give you 8-PC. BUNK BED OUTFIT NS. lJ 4 years wear. Big, absorbent solid color towels, 2 each of aqua, flamingo, pink, gold. tion proceeding pending against him. He had been accused under the Internal Security Act of having had connections with an organization advocating overthrow of the U. S. Government by force. Even before the act was passed, he and 15 others had been arrested on deportation charges and released on bond. With passage of the act, they were rearrested. FLUORSPAR BOAT UNLOADS The SS Monte Iciar, a vessel of foreign registry, began discharge of a cargo of fluorspar from Spain at the Marine Terminal yesterday. The remainder of the cargo will be unloaded today, and the vessel expects to clear port before night. YOlJ GFT ALL THIS? s. P5$5?s KfS- stSm y: 4 Whit Sheets 72x99" or 81x99 Reg. 99.95 HQ You get 2 sturdy beds, 2 link springs, 2 mattresses, guard rail and ladder. Sturdy hardwood construction with appealing maple finish. 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