11 Men Fined In Morals Case
11 Men Fined In Morals Case At East Hampton EAST HAMPTON, Feb. 13 (Special Eleven area men arrested during the weekend on morals charges enterd guilty pleas to counts of breach of the peace when presented in Justice Court Monday night. Trial Justice Allen E. Scholl imposed $50 fines on each man. Mrs. Lillian Wood, 22. of Taft-ville was given a 60-day sus pended sentence on a charge of lascivious carriage. Her alleged companion was-returned to the State Farm for Women in Nian-tic for violation of probation. The case of the 11 men was one of two vice cases disposed of by the court Monday night. In the second action Edward Ro- bida, 54, of Prospect Street. Mid- dletown. was fined 550 on a las civious carriage charge while Mrs. Lillian R. Goodwin, 38. of 40 Fairview St., Middletown, was .sentenced to an indefinite term at the State Farm for Women on the same count. The 11 men fined in the first case were Daniel Furst, 50, Frank Pelletti, 25. George Val- li. 26. Richard Hess, 34, John Wescott. 22.' Roy Cavanaugh, 21, Robert Banning, 24, and Frank Sanatowitz, 21, all of East Hamp ton; James Murphy, 4i. of Vernon; Kenneth Brady, 20, of Westchester; and John Squires, 27, of Marlborough. The cases were presented by Proscutor Percy P. Markham.