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JUDGE REBUKES ACTRESS.

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JUDGE REBUKES ACTRESS.

The New York Times
December 25, 1922


Miss Mabel Buell Fined $25 for Evading Trial for Traffic Offense.

Miss Mabel Buell of 322 Riverside Drive, Manhattan, a scenic artist and actress, was rebuked by city Judge Charles W. Boote in Yonkers yesterday and fined $25 for ignoring a summons and evading trial for six months for an automobile traffic violation.

On July 22 she was served with a summons by Patrolman Joseph Fox for driving on the wrong side of the road and trying to pass several cars that had halted for a traffic signal.  She failed to appear in court.  Miss Buell admitted that she had violated the ordinance and said she had only operated a car two days when arrested.  She also admitted two other violations.



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