ther and Grandfather
Child Are Indicted
Twenty one true liHreturned at JO o'clock Tuesdax afternoon by tin Matell grand jury, included in
In t meitt of Da\ id H 11 ris w *11 k tow m
’erry townahip farmer. and his J7-
.eat nM daughter, Martha on a ‘harm* of ctuelty 1o an infant child.
I In* indictment follow s upon th« elt;-♦•lit discovety, by humane agents,
)f the woman’* six .war old 11l**»i»ti inate daughter, AH lt;*♦» Mane. In t ho itttc of (he Harris home In Ferry
District Attorney .1 u»!»♦*»*
i eal»*d 1 h* mot .......
would hr taken lal**i by cer Helen Reagan to iatn hospital for examination by spe
i ia i1s t s to establish h**t mental status
which, it in said, is below itotmal.
In the infot matloh, swum before Aldetman Fred Munk, (’onnellaxille, on February 'A. It Is charged that David Harris and Martha Harris “re
fused and neglected 11» pro\ ide net os
sary food, lt;lot htiifc and lodging for Mice Marie I Ian is, for w hom they wne legal'v responsible, and that
ih*»lt conduct “endangered the lif*
and health of lt;he infant.’’
Witnesses before the grand Inrr were Probation Officer Helen Ueagan, her assistant, Mrs. Anna Martin, K. M Smith, chief agent of the Western Penn*)Ivania Humane his agent. M. I*. I’catei tiie infonnatioii. Dr. .1. also listed as a witness.
l lie child
Society, and who signed
F, Kerr was