Thomas Mark Rusmiselle Fender Bender

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Thomas Mark Rusmiselle Fender Bender - con-, two- 1, WAYNESBORO - Police here arrested...
con-, two- 1, WAYNESBORO - Police here arrested two local men on worthless check charges this morning and later released them to the Staunton Police Department. Department. Three felony charges, for passing checks in amounts of $100 or more, and a misdemeanor on a lesser amount were placed against Johnny Shiflett, 44, of Park Station. A misdemeanor charge was placed against F. C. Leavell, 35, of 659 Market St., for issuing a worthless check. Waynesboro Police Chief C. H. Benson said the checks presumably were passed in Staunton. In another matter, Brenda Anna Davis Harner of 151 S. Charlotte Ave. was arrested and jailed at 5:05 p.m. Monday on two counts of giving false information information to obtain public assistance funds. She was bonded and released, and is to appear in court May 8. G. O. Pendergraft Jr., superintendent of the Public Assistance Department, said that the woman, mother of three children, was charged under Sec. 63.1-124 63.1-124 63.1-124 of the Code of Virginia, which covers failure to report a change in circumstances circumstances that would affect one's public welfare receipts. Mr. Pendergraft said his department has recorded an increase of such cases in recent months. The charge is a misdemeanor, but will become larceny on July 1, according to legislation passed by the 1974 General Assembly. William Edward Puckett of 590 N. Bath Ave. was charged with reckless driving, causing an accident, at 10:25 p.m. Monday after his vehicle hit a car driven by Donald E. Glass of 801 Faber Ave. According to a police report, Glass was stopped for a stop sign at 4th Street and Commerce Avenue. Damage to his car was estimated at $200 and $75 to the Puckett car. Sheila Dawn Hannah of 1333 W. Main St. was charged with improper passing, causing an accident Monday. Her auto was traveling north on Link Road and started to pass a car driven by Maxine Y. Tuttle of 313 Link Road. A report said the Harman car was moving at 15 miles per hour. Damage to her car amounted to $135, and $50 to the Tuttle car. Thomas Mark Rusmiselle of Parker Heights, was charged with failing to stop for a red light, causing an accident, Monday morning. While his car was going north on Arch Avenue it reportedly hit a car driven by Ward Newton Hulvey of 113 N. Bayard Ave., that was going east on W. Main Street. Damage to the Rusmiselle car was set at $400, while the Hulvey car had damage estimated at $150. PERMIT ISSUED WAYNESBORO - The city building inspector's office issued permit Monday to Westcott Transfer and Storage, Inc., 715 N. Bayard Ave., for an addition to its facilities. Estimated cost of the addition is $26,500. ODRINEX contains the most effective reducing aid avaitapie without prescription ! One tiny ODRINEX tablet before meals and you want to eat less down go your calories down goes your weight I Thousands of women from coast to coast report ODRI N EX has helped them lose 5. 10, 20 pounds in a short time so can you. Get rid of ugly fat and live longer 1 ODRINEX must satisfy or your money will be refunded. No questions asked. Sold with this guarantee by all Medco Stores. jn nun in iiiiiiiiiniiiiii NOTICE Septic Tanks Z Installed Mays Septic Tank Service Staunton Va. : con : 888-2074 888-2074 888-2074 or 942-7979: 942-7979: 942-7979: " Russell G. Mays, Owner hi iniiiiiiM inniliuinilj fume v &1 Member The Order

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  1. The News Leader,
  2. 23 Apr 1974, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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