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fry TT" The Boston Globe Tuesday, November 12, 1968 17 I; -i ri" 1 ' :!'.', - ' ' - I 1 ' i . - - i J ; - y V I:' - - n tP-'' .... . SOME OF 23 indicted by Essex County Grand Jury file into Superior Courthouse at Lawrence. (Bill Ryerson Photo). Defendants , me jouoimng were arraigned beore Superior Court Judge Cornelius Moy-nihan today in Essex County Superior Court, Lawrence, on a variety of charges involving the illegal use of bank junds and falsifying of bank records. Peter Ambrifi, Beverly, five - indictments two of aiding and abetting in making false entries, three for conspiracy. Released in prso-nal recognizance. Doctors Find Proven Way To Control Psoriasis Help Scales, Itch, Redness, RouRhncss and Dry Skin Clear up Completely or Definitely Improve. 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OF N.E., INC. 59 Temple PI., Boston-Call LI 2-150O Open Monday Evening until .. jw....,...,.,. I r k.Jf Arraigned Francesco Balliro, Win-throp (stood mute), one indictment siding and abetting in making false entries. Anthony Ciullo, , Everett, two indictments aiding and abetting in' making false entries and conspiracy. Richard Donati, East Boston, two indictments aiding and abetting in making false entries and conspiracy. Held in bail of $10,000. Robert Forster, Lynn, three indictments two for accessory after the making of false entries and one for aiding and abetting in the making of false entries. Held in bail of $10,000. John J. Gillen, Boston, one indictment aiding and abetting making of fa'se entries. Held in $10,000. Jerome Gratton, Revere, one indictment adiding and abetting making of false entries. Held in $10,000. Bajry Grondin, Lynn, two indictments aiding and abetting making of false entries. Held in $5000. Francesco Lauria, Maiden, two indictments aiding and abetting making of false entries and conspiracy, Held in $5,000. Donald Marino, Boston, two indictments aiding and abetting making of false entries and conspiracy. Held in $5000. Joseph Modica, Medford, two indictments aiding and abetting making of false entries and conspiracy. Released in personal recognizance. Anthony Merullo, Revere, one indictment aiding and abetting in making false entries. Held in $2000. Fhilip murray, Lynn, one indictment aiding and abetting making of false entries. Held in $2000., Guy Spezzano (alias Gy Stephens), Boston, two indictments aiding and abetting amking of false entries and conspiracy. Released in personal recognizance. Frank L. Stoughton, Lrm, one indictment aiding and abetting making of false entries. Released on personal recognizance. Vincent Teresa, North Reading eight indictments including aiding and abetting in the making of false entries, accessory after the fact, conspiracy, larceny, re- f '6 , aid An,, go on tffrrft HEARING AIDS S P.M. Claud All Day Saturday I Indictments Involve Records of ESSEX Continued from Page 1 Flanking Paris as he voiced the sentiments of his fellow counselors were Attys. Leo Leventhal, counsel for Philip Waggenheim; Mario Misci for Anthony Merullo; and Henry Tempone for Vincent Teresa. $33,500 Award rr r r lonx-vfuincy Officer Upheld The Supreme Court of the United States today upheld the award of $33,500 to former Quincy Police Sergeant Earl P. Huntoon against high ranking Quincy Police Department officials. Atty. Paul T. Smith, counsel for Sgt Huntoon, was notified today by the high court that a writ of certiorari sought by Quincy police officials had been denied. Thus the finding made by Federal Court Judge W. Arthur Garrity Jr. in favor of Huntoon, which was upheld by Chief Judge Bailey Al-drich of the U.S. Court of Appeals stands. According to the evidence, the Quincy police officials made an unlawful entry into Sgt Huntoon's home in Quincy while investigating a break and seized several items. It was admitted that the police officials did not have a warrant. Sgt Huntoon was prosecuted in Norfolk Superior Court for breaking and entering. He was found guilty at the first trial but was acquitted at the second trial when the court found that evidence used against him had been unlawfully obtained. According to Attorney Smith, a suit is now pending in Norfolk Superior Court which charges the Quincy Police officials with trespassing in Sgt Huntoon's home. Atty. Smith is also waging a battle in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts to have Sgt Huntoon reinstated in his position in the Quincy Police Department with back pay. ceiving stolen property. Held in $15,000. Philip Waggenheim, Boston,, two indictments aiding and abetting making false entries and conspiracy. Held in $10,000. Kenneth B. Smith, Woburn, 55 indictments all of making false entries. He'd in $50,000. Also identified but not arraigned was Daniel Mondo-vano of East Boston, charged with two counts of aiding and abetting making of false entries, who is incarcerated at the Federal penitentiary in Atlanta, Ga. Still to be arraigned are two men and one corporation. None has yet been identified by authorities since the secret indictments were handed down by the Essex Grand Jury last Friday. Conrad BELMONT SUBURBANITES: Call CAMBRIDGE WEYMOUTH 337-4650; DEDHAM 'Wtdnday A Friday 'til 9 p.m.; I y W $2:X1 V rcg ! -m I Fiir product! labeled to ' 'hr- 'i 1 nhow country of oriain i,s- 3 of Imported iun. - i . I 1I , I . All four lawyers criticized pre-indictment publication of the fact the case involved a $500,000 swindle. E. note This reference was not published in the Globe.) 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