The Salisbury Times, Salisbury, MA September 16, 1941

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The Salisbury Times, Salisbury, MA September 16, 1941 - GIVEN TWO YEARS FOR BURGLARIES HERE Pleading...
GIVEN TWO YEARS FOR BURGLARIES HERE Pleading guilty to charges of breaking and entering and larceny, Willard S. Ennis, Jr., was sentenced to two years in Maryland House of Correction in Circuit Court yes terday. ' ' Grand Jury indictments were found against him for breaking in to. Feldman's warehouse and the larceny of clothing from Vernon Miles. Theresa McAllister, tried on an indictment charging larceny and obtaining money by false pre tenses, was. sentenced to six months. A third case-heard case-heard case-heard this morning brought a one year House of Cor rection sentence to Denwood Jones, negro, charged with break and entering. entering. He pleaded guilty.

Clipped from The Daily Times16 Sep 1941, TuePage 8

The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland)16 Sep 1941, TuePage 8
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