Leadership

Convicted of Fire Violations

Issue 7 and Volume 94.

Convicted of Fire Violations David H. Levine, President of the New Haven Quilt and Pad Company abandoned his appeal to the Common Pleas Court at New Haven, Conn., on May 5, from a conviction of violating the municipal building code in connection with reconstruction operations at his factory following a fire on February 5 in which ten employes were killed. Levine, charged with 95 counts of violating the code, was convicted on 24 of them April 24 and fined a total of $750 which he paid. City Court Judge Joseph Weiner imposed $100 fines on two of the counts and $25 fines on each of the twenty-two others.

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