The Times from San Mateo, California on December 21, 1948 · Page 16
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MATEO TIMES TUESDAY, DEC. 21, 1948 Howser Ready ToFightCaddel Bribery Appeal SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 21 --UP) ·--Attorney General Fred N. Bowser's office will fight the appeal of Wiley (Buck) Caddel, his one-time under-cover agent, from his conviction in the Mendocino county slot machine bribery-case Howser told an interviewer, "The law requires the attorney general's office to handle all criminal case appeals. "I see no reason why it should not m this case." Asked whether he thought Caddel was guilty, Howser said. "You heard the testimony. You tell me if you think he was guilty " Caddel and two others were found guilty on two counts of conspiracy and three of bribery. The state charged they plotted to organize a slot machine lacket with a payoff of $4 per machine per week for alleged protection from raids by Howser agents Arch Conspirator cally curtailed during the coming Last Saturday Superior Judge car umess thc remittances for the Lilbtirn Gibson, calling Caddel the Christmas seals, sole support of the "arch conspiratoi, 1 .sentenced him bllc health program, takes a Druids to Count Profits From Dance The United Ancient Order of Druids, Peninsula Grove, will meet in Knights of Columbus hall, tomorrow night, when Dave Mosses and Eugene C. Signarowitz, co-chairman of the dance last Saturday, for the benefit of the youth of the an Mateo Auxiliary Police club, will make their accounting Italo Peruz- zaro, noble arch, will preside o Response Slow On TB Seals Only one out of every four persons who received Tuberculosis Christmas seals in year has thus far the mail this J . _.. responded by cither a remittance or return of the seals. That was the report made today by the seal sale committee together with an announcement that only a prompt response from both new and old citi?ens of the county can save the sale from failing. Committee Chairman Bradford M Melvin said that the entire preventive, case-finding and educational program of the Sa« Mateo County Tuberculosis and Health Assocution will have to be drasti- Death Claims Bridegroom, 69 (Tlm*u Conair »w» Service) PALO ALTO, Dec. 21.--The death of a 69-year-old bridegroom at the Palo Alto hospital last night ended a "June and December" marriage after exactly one month. Dr. Walter Polakov, Russian born industrial engineer who married Mrs. Yvonne B. Higgles, 24, on November 20 after taking out a license in San Mateo county, succumbed to an illness at 11 p. m. last night. Much interest was evinced in the marriage after Polakov, even then on crutches, was assisted up court house steps in Redwood City by his bride-to-be, the mother of a 7-year- old daughter by a previous marriage. Both gave their addresses then as 626 Middlefield road, Palo Alto, and they have continued to live at that address. Until recently Polakov had been consulting engineer for the United Mine Workers. Funeral arrangements are to be announced later by Tinney and j Sons of Palo Alto. to two onc-lo fouitecn jc;.r fences and a ( nc to three yoai sentence, to be served consecutively. Yesterday Gibson placed Fred Grange, Mcndotino tountj resort operator, on five years' probation Grange had pleaded guilty to one count of bribery and was a principal witness foi the prosecution District Attorney James E. Buseh and Warrct. Olncy III, attorney for the governor's crime commission, had recommended leniency for Grange. Leniency for Grange The judge ordered Grange to keep in close touch with probation officers and indicated a jail sen teiice might bo levied later. Olney said Grange would continue to be Riven physical pi election, telling Gibson the court "is in a position to know whether this protection is well founded " Both Olncy and Busch dwelt on Grange's contribution to the prosecution. Two other Mondocino county residents originally charged with Grange turned slate's evidence after all chaigcs against them had bren dismissed Sentenced with Caddel last week \\crc James Mulligan and Willie Griffin of Los Angeles, both convicted with him Mulligan, former Los Angeles policeman, received a onc-to-fourteen-ycar let in to be followed by a one-to-lhree-year sentence, and Griffin a one to fourteen- year stretch. Howser said he "couldn't say" whether Busch would be asked to aid in preparing briefs for the state's battle against Caddel's appeal. I public . . sc ""' prompt upward spurt Basketball Schedule Waives to Radio LEXINGTON, Ky.--(IP)--University of Kentucky basketball games, with the exception of two, start this year at 8:03% p. m., instead of the usual 8 p. m. Coach Adolph Rupp said the games vjould start at the time as a concession to radio stations broadcasting them. He said when games began at 8 p. m , they interfered with "national hookups, commercials, and the like." Only the George Tech and Alabama games will start at the traditional 8 p. m. Rupp didn't explain why. Walks Two Miles at 85 to Get Daily Paper LILLY, Pa. W--Joseph Krume- naeker, retired carpenter, lilfes to read his newspapers. The fact that Krumenacker is 85 years old and has to walk two miles daily to get his favorite newspapers doesn't bother him. Krumenacker lives with a daughter m Upper Dutchtown, half a mile away. Each morning he walks to the postoffice here and picl^s up the Johnstown Democrat. Then he hikes to Lower Dutchtown to a son's home to get the Johnstown Tribune. The round trip is a two- mile jaunt. his sportsman yardly toiletries for men. 200 B St.. Son Mateo SWW*****Wt****««****«*«***«l«K**«'«W*W«**«**!««^^ f, San Mateo's Busy Dept. Store Dial DI 4-0216 Store Hours 9:45-5:25 g Melvin dcclaied today that thc committee has been unable to as, a reason tor the poor return jn tlie traditional Christmas seals ut that there arc indications that .1 is mostly due to carelessness and ;hc overlooking of thc seals by the recipients. "We arc convinced," he said, "that thc people of the county are just as generous as they have always been in previous years, because many of the remittances we have received have been substantially larger than in previous years. It just seems that a lot of good people with good intentions are forgetful about carrying them out." Thc chairman pointed out that last year's seal sale has caused anticipation ot some difficulty and that the budget for the local fight against tuberculosis had been trimmed to a minimum quota of $42,500. But he said that such a poor response as one out of four seal recipients had not been anlicl patcd. o Half Moon Bay Man Monterey Graduate Lt. William A. Pitcher, USNO, son of Thomas 3. Pitcher, Halt Moon Bay was graduated today as a member of thc first class at the Naval School, General Line, Mbn terey, California. Formerly a naval reserve officer, Pitcher was transferred to the regular navy and sent to thc new General Line School for further training. TOO WOMEN'S DEPT. For His Christmas The crowning touch in flawless evening attire --drtts jewelry by SWANK. Smartly stykd, deftly crafted, always correct--it add* a grace note to any occasion. StFANK't exclusive Elbo* hn)a assure correct setting of the cuffs. iKif/x Dnu Sen from, SUO It %UM MEN'S DEPT. PENNEY'S HOUSEHOLD DEPT. 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