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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 04, 1947, Image 8

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Ex-District Policeman
Among 37 indicted
By Grand Jury
A former Washington policeman,
arrested in Miami, Fla., in April in
connection with a series of bad
check deals in Miami, Washington,
and Puerto Rico, was under indict
ment by a District grand jury today.
Also indicted yesterday was a 17
year-old boy on a manslaughter
charge in connection with the traf
fic death last April 2 of Harvey E.
Long, 32, colored, of the 1100 block
of Β street Ν JE.
The indictments were among some
37 returned before Chief Justice
Bolitha J. Laws of District Court.
William J. Smith, 40, who was
discharged from the police force here
several years ago for conduct un
becoming an officer, was accused
under a Federal statute of trans
porting tn interstate commerce a
falsely made check on January 8
from Florida to the District. ,
Jurisdiction Waived.
The 17-year-old, jurisdiction over
whom was waived by Juvenile Court,
is Thomas A. Gorman, jr., of the
2800 block of South Columbus street,
Arlington.
According to police, Mr. Long's
death occurred five days after an
accident at Independence and Mary
land avenues S.W., when a car
driven by Gorman collided with an
other dhven by Army Sergt. Gillis C.
Traylor of Arlington, in whose car
Mr. Long was a passenger.
Another indictment named Louis
τύ . ucxiagaii, λο, ι.αυ uxivci υι nie
3700 block of Kansas avenue N.W.,
on a grand larceny charge In the
reported loss of more than $4,000
in cash and jewelry in a taxicab
May 19.
Mrs. Hazel F. Wilson, 70, of the
3500 block of Fourteenth street
N.W., reported to police the loes of
$3,000 in cash, rings valued at (1,000
and a $100 pin, after leaving her
Ibag on the back seat of a cab while
assisting an elderly friend to the
door of the Cavalier Hotel.
Illegal Surgery Cut.
Performing an illegal operation on
a 25-year-old Alexandria woman on
May 19 was charged to Madeline M.
Davis, 22, and Edna Janice M. Davis,
44, colored, of the 500 block of Park
road N.W.
Robert R. Feltner, 64, of the 400
block of H street N.W., was charged
with assault with a dangerous
weapon in the stabbing April 21" of
a fellow rooming house occupant
who, police reported, went to Felt
ner's door to ask him to make less
noise.
Walter Graham, 20, colored, of the
600 block of Callan street N.E., was
charged with three robberies of
women as they walked on the street,
and with housebreaking and larceny
in connection with the theft of an
electric clipper, razor and a watch
from an address in the block in
which he lives.
The alleged offejjses occurred dur
ing March and April.
15 Charged With Gaming.
Fifteen persons were charged with
gambling offenses. They were listed
as:
Robert F. Norwood, 50, colored, of
the 500 block of L street N.E.; Elsie
E. Madden, 46, colored, of the 5000
block of Call place S.E.; Thelma E.
Brown, 35, colored, of the 1800 block
of Τ street N.W.; Henry S. Ellis, 48,
colored, of the first block of Q street
N.E.; Elroy J. Tolbert, 49, and Ber
nice P. Tolbert, colored, of the 400
block of Third street N.E.; Charles
A. Suydam, 57, colored, of the 600
block of F street N.E.
Also, William W. Poindexter, 43,
, colored, of the 1700 block of First
street N.W.; Lee Ward, 39, colored.
1 of the 100 block of Thomas street
■ N.W.; Rebecca Jones, 38, colored, cf
the 1200 block of Stevens road S.E.;
ι Willie Wolfe, 57, colored, of the first
, block of L street N.W.; Charles I.
Wade, jr., 23, colored, of the 1800
'·> ulock of Fenwick street N.E. ; Gilbert
M. Proctor, 35, colored, of the 1400
block of Fuller street N.W., John
Thomas Broomhead, 65, colored, of
the 1400 block of Florida avenue
N.W., and Sam Flakowltz, 39, of ihe
: 500 block of Ε street N.W.
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To Open New Center
ί A new teen-age center will be
opened at 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Trinidad Boys' Club, 1118 Wylie
street N.E., Fred E. Nalley, jr., direc-1
tor, announced today.
The club will be open from 8 pjn.
to 11:30 p.m. Saturdays. Opening
night will be free, but the regular
charge thereafter will be 50 cents. ■
Besides dancing, a teen-age stage
show will feature the opening in
the remodeled club.
Greater Capital Campaign
Reaches 83 Pcf. of Goal
The campaign by the Greater Na
tional Capital Committee of the
Washington Board of Trade to raise
(85,000 for operating expenses dur
ing the coming year has reached
Î8.3 per cent of its goal, or $75,000,
It was reported at the weekly cam
paign luncheon yesterday in the
Etaleigh Hotel.
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Jriginally was sçheduled to end May
II but has been extended until June
13, when a final report luncheon
will be held in the Mayflower.
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η the drive, five have reported col
ections of 100 per cent or more of
heir quotas. The five are the bank
ng. building and loan, general in
surance, newspaper and radio di
visions.
E. C. Baltz, president of the Per
jetual Building Association, is chair
nan of the campaign.
Father Released on Bond
In Striking of Daughter, 17
A father charged with striking his j
17-year-old daughter because "she
went out with the same fellow more
than once each week," today was
free on his personal bond after
being found guilty In Municipal
Court.
At the same time, Judge Aubrey B.
Fennell lectured the family of three
on their "responsibility to each
other."
"A father has the duty of guiding
and protecting his children," the
judge declared. "The mother, espec
ially, has the chance of preventing
situations like this from recurring.
At the same time. It le the child's
duty to obey end respect his parents
at all times. It's up to all to keep
the family atmosphere wholesome."
The father, Thomas O. Buckley,
40, of the 3500 block of Dent place
N.W., asserted he had set up rules
in the house "that I don't think
are too steep, but my d&hter hi
continually refused to cqply wit
them," he said. "I only wited he
to mingle more with oth^people.
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BASEBALLS
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Nt's tiirp Levi Magarkurtk, the No. 1
bogeyman of National League
players. What'· he like in private
life? Why did Larry MacPhail try to
have hint fired? What'· the "worst
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BASEBALL'S ARCHV1LLAIN
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NOT SO ROSV FOR
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Mill· are "the new sens of the «id
jackass"? Why do they hold Re
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The Post's Washington Editor
writes a revealing article that tells
why things haven't turned out to
he as rosy'for the Republicans in
the Senate as they had hoped.
THE NEW SONS OF THE WU JACKASS
by Beverly Smith
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