YOUTHS FN TROUBLE
Trip to Yorketown
Leslie Melville Martin, who was recap- tured early yesterday morning following his escape from the Yorketown police cell last Monday, was further charged in the Adelaide Police Court this morning con- jointly with Mervyn James Willshire with having on April 23 broken into the shop of Frank Ernest Ferguson, of Holmesdale, and stolen a quantity of men's clothing valued at £22 3/6 and money to the value of of £10 11/. Accused were remanded until May 5 on the application of Det.-Sgt. Allchurch (prosecutor). Willshire was allowed bail in a personal bond of £80 and two sureties of £40. Martin, in company with Lancelot Lionel Bennett Hall, aged 16 years, was further charged with having at Yorketown on April 18 forged the name of Alice Crabb to a cheque for £4 7/ drawn on the Com- mercial Bank. Pirie street, Adelaide. They were remanded until May 5, Hall being allowed bail. Edward Moore, a youth under 18 years of age, and Martin were charged with having on April 23 broken into the house of Emile Edward Mazure, of Marden road, Marden, and stolen jewellery and other goods to the value of £33 15/. Accused were remanded to the State Children's Court on May 5. Moore was granted bail.