Joe Domain Hearing
S restored the C. by released the St. time the the a Joe Domain, East Helena laborer, held on a charge of crimiiiHl on a 14-year-old girl last August, was given preliminary hearing in district court yesterday before Judge A. J. Horsky on an information filed by County Attorney Sherman W. Smith. Domain said he was without funds and asked the court to appoint an attorney to defend him. Judge Horsky named George W. Padbury, Jr., to act as defense counsel and set 10 o'clock this as the time for hearing Domain's plea. Charges were filed against Domain Domain after investigation of the by Mrs. Maggie Smith Hathaway, secretary of the state bureau of child protection. Information in the case was furnished by the and her parents. The specific charge against Domain is that Aug. 16, 1930, he enticed the to a Quarry near Bast Helena committed a criminal attack npon her. The offense was repeated several several times, Mrs. Hathaway County Attorney Smith.