court news with james casbar page 11 the evening standard february 15 1967
which approval. 14 19 Persons Are Indicted By Jury Here Nineteen persons were indicted indicted and six other defendants Ireed here yesterday r following deliberations by the Fayette County Grand Jury. The fallowing defendants face trial at the March Term of Criminal Court: Lorenzo.McDonald, Connellsville, Connellsville, corrupting the morals of a minor; Paul E. Cole, Connellsville, Connellsville, second violation of the Motor Motor Vehicle Code; Robert Lee Mangello Jr., Uniontpwn, armed robbery, robbery with violence and assault and battery with intent intent to rob. Orval Hitchcock, Greensburg, aggravated assault and battery, assault with intent to kill and assault wifh intent to ravish, Forbes Brown, Perryopolis, aggravated aggravated assault and .battery; Phillip Larry Martin, violation of the Motor Vehicle Code. Herman David, Connellsville, violation of the Uniform Firearms Firearms Act; Pete Dusick, Fayette City, Liquor Code violation; Edward Edward M. Crable, New Salem, larceny and receiving stolen goods; Gerald Wayne Wertz, Miller, burglary, larceny, receiving receiving stolen goods and unlawful unlawful entry. Leah Verbanes, U n i o n t o w n , false pretense and p a s s i n g worthless checks; Gregorio D Agostino, McCIellandtown, assault assault and battery by vehicle and violation of the Motor Vehicle Code; Joseph Smith, Uniontown, false pretense and passing worthless check. Albert Marody, Grindstone GRIM LOOKOUT for a makeshift makeshift laundry at an encampment encampment of the 1st Cavalry Division Division is this skull,* as a GI hangs up his clothes. Motor Vehicle Code violation; Steve Koballa, Allison, Liquor Law violation;' Clifford Greenwood, Greenwood, Belle Vernon, Motor Vehicle Vehicle Code violation; .Russell L. Bates, Isabella, aggravated assault assault and battery; Michael Lutz, Farminglon, Liquor Code violation, violation, and Jesse Keffer, Hiller, ivorthles check. Freed by the jury were Jean Weatherspoon of LaBelle, with costs placed on the prosecutrix, Helen Ritsko; Clyde D. King of Fairchance, costs on the coun ty; Ben J. Porterfield, South THE EVENING STANDARD Andrew : Candidate In Greene Carter Andrew, Nineveh RID. 1, Greene County sheep and cattle, cattle, raiser, is a candidate for. the Democratic nomination for. commissioner in Greene County.. It will be his seconl bid tar. the post. He\was an unsuccessful unsuccessful candidate in 1963. ,, Mr. Andrew resides on a 1,600 1,600 - acre farm with his v wife, ' Loueila, and their two sons, Robert arid Charles. They also have a daughter, Ada Â£xu, a student at Slippery Rock State College. Mr. Andrew served on the Morris Twp, School Board and later on the West Greene Board until 1965. He is active in Masonic Masonic organizations, is ,an elder in the Old Concord Presbyterian Presbyterian Church, and for years has been a director, of the Greene County Agricultural Extension Assn., and the Pennsylvania Sheep and Wool Growers Assn. Moscow Film Festival MOSCOW (AP) - Thp Soviet Union has invited 116 nations to participate in the 5lh Moscow International Film Festival in July. Last year's fop prize in the festival went to the Soviet film "War and Peace." Connellsville, with costs on the' prosecutor, James Casbar; Raymond Raymond Barone Jr., Point Marion, with costs on the prosecutrix, Emmaline S. Hilt;-and Mrs. Deloris Wroble and N o r m Rogers, both of .Uniontown, with cosls placed on the prosecutors, John Valerie, Shirley Renaldi and Janet Wroble.