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OCT. 19, 1932.
Bie CASES ARE SET FOR TRIAL IN U. S. COURT Legion Convention Liquor Conspiracy Evidence Will Be Heard. Trials of several federal cases which nave received widespread in terest, including the Kokomo Amer ican Legion convention liquor con spiracy case, and the Hotel Antlers Towne Club liquor case, have been set, for Nov. 14 iyid 15 In federal gourt. Among the cases set for trial which have attracted attention is the Indiana Estates Company case, in which James F. Huteson, Mel J. O'Keefe and William M. Dozier are alleged to have swindled Marion county citizens of almost SIOO,OOO through sale of lots in the Morn ingside addition along Kessler boulevard. The government charges the company obtained options on the lots, and sold them at high prices, in many cases accepting down pay ments on the same lots from several persons. Revive ‘Hot Car’ Ring Investigation by the Better Busi nevs Bureau resulted in disbanding of the company, and Huteson, O’Keefe and Dozier fled to < alifor nia, where they were arrested and removed here for trial. Memories of the nationwide “hot car” case which involved a number of Indianapolis business men charged with having received and purchased stolen cars of expensive makes, will be revived by trial of Joe G. 'Kentucky Joe) Hunter, former Indianapolis gambler and alleged racketeer and bootlegger, who was arrested several Weeks ago after having been a fugitive since trial of others indicted in the case. Statewide interest is centered on the Kokomo Legion convention con spiracy case, which resulted from raid by federal dry agents on a bar in a Kokomo hotel during the state Legion convention. Legion Case to Come Up Seven men indicted in the case include several Legion officials and the proprietor of a Kokomo hotel, where the bar was raided. Indicted in the case are Roy King, state policeman and Democratic nominee for Howard county sheriff; Ernest Davis, hotel proprietor; Het man Albrecht, Legion convention Two Pay Sale Easy Terms i Bwm jg3pi3| Parlor Heaters $19.75, $26.75, $35, $42.50, $52.50 |H ■ElBi m .M , UIII ji . JM K. The “Supreme” Mo re Heat —Less Fuel jj||Q FIU Tomorrow wc place on sale the greatest i y :M ' stove and heater bargains of the year, ■/ffmSSi?; ’ 1; especially in view of the impending; rise ~ u it i I in prices. Buy now at rock-bottom §| The “Supreme” CIRCULATING | ■ HEATER is designed for both increased wil efficiency and beauty. It will burn any j|^;i'aafr] type fuel with a minimum expenditure. 11 Equipped with humidifier; extra large JjH ribbed combustion chamber which adds ■ ■* jg strength, long life and more radiating ■ 1 Itis surface. 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Those indicted w r ere Robert Grif fith. hotel manager; Lloyd Turpin, master of ceremonies; William Winn and William Potter, porters. Trial pf David H. James, Indian apolis attorney and income tax re port expert, indicted on charges of failing to file proper income tax re porters, also is set for Nov. 14. The government charges James ow'es $21,015 in income tax. Eighteen other cases, mostly for liquor offenses, al*) have been set for trial the same day, some of them being expected to carry over until later in the week. 1,018 ENROLL IN ‘Y’ Annual Campaign for Members of Young Men’s Group Closes. Annual campaign for members of the Y. M. C. A. closed T”esday night with enrollment ert 1.018 persons in the central and Senate avenue branches. Efforts will be made to bring the enrollment to 1,500 members. Work ers heard final reports at a dinner Tuesday night at which Fermo r S. Cannon, general chairman, presided. Division N, led by Ancil T. Brown, finished in first place with 1,609 points scored. Miss Sylvia Adeff I gle. Miss Adeff put one of the I bandits to flight. The second es caped with $lO worth of merchan dise after his encounter with the young woman. "I did the best I could", but there were two fellows standing acros# the street who didn't make a move,” she said. “They saw it all and then told me they didn’t hear me call for help. I couldn't ! call; I was too busy.” INDIANA CENTRAL TO BE HOST TO ALUMNI Annual Home-Coming Program Will Start Friday at Campfire. Indiana Central college will be host to alumni, former students and friends at its annual home-coming program to start Friday with a campfire supper on the campus. The observance will close Sunday. A band concert and open house in college dormitories will follow the supper. Saturday’s activities will begin with a Philalethea alumni meeting in the society hall at 9 a. m. The physical education de partment will sponsor an athletic program during the afternoon. The home-coming play by the Collegiate Dramatic Society will be given in Kephart Memorial hall Saturday night. 'At 6 a. home coming dinner will precede the play. The Rev. and Mrs, Robert T. Parsons will lead special church services Sunday at the University Heights church. They will relate African missionary experiences. FATHER AND SON SLAIN LOGANSPORT, Ind., Oct. 19.—A theory of murder and suicide was held by authorities today in the death of Edward Williamson, 56, an invalid, and his son Donald. 19. The elder Williamson died a few hours after the body of his son, a bullet through the head, was found by Mrs. Williamson when she re turned from work. Williamson was lying nearby, also with a wound in the head. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES SOCIALISTS OF NATION TO PAY DEBS TRIBUTE Norman Thomas to Speak Over National Network on Death Anniversary. Socialists throughout the nation will commemorate the sixth anni-' versarv of the death of Eugene V. Debs, famous Socialist and labor leader, at a series of meetings in all large cities, and a( hundreds of pri vate gatherings in the smaller cities, on Thursday night at 7:15. Norman Thomas. Socialist candi date for President, and successor of Debs as the leader of American Socialists, will address all these meetings over a coaSt-to-coast net work of the Columbia Broadcasting Company, speaking from Columbus, 0., where the Socialist presidential nominee will be the guest of the Socialists and liberals of that city. The broadcast will start at 7:15. This will be followed by addresses of local speakers wherever public! gatherings will be held. The local! group will meet at the Columbia. Securities building, 143 East Ohio street. Station WEVD, at New York City, erected in * honor of the So-! cialist leader’s memory, will have j a special program, devoted to j enumerating services of the de-! parted Socialist leader. It is expected that Thomas will 1 refer specifically to the refusal of Debs to acquiesce in supporting the j decision of the Wilson administra- : tion to enter the World war. L For his refusal, Debs was indicted ; under the espionage act, and sen- j tenced to ten years in the Atlanta 1 federal penitentiary following a i speech he made at Canton, 0., criticising American participation in the war. While in prison, he was nomi- Genuine All-Over Alligators! jKsk Ge nuine All-Over Calcutta Lizards! I Genuine Fine Quality. .Typical of BAKER'S! HF Yes ma'am! Identically the same genuine skins as in 'llsll lif * $lO and sl2 shoes! No wonder so many of the best* H three pairs of these gorgeous new Reptile Shoes to Oxford , of Striking Beauty. • i SALE OF LACE-TOP Ag) //%YJ !//>£*'£ W6)k)Amf CHIFFON HOSE 1 ■l| M)' Superbly sheer, with picot gg lift y JKKUHUBOT Hr MBr SHw HHHkgng mBBr Ijfefir &&§SBSttO W * ioned. Every pair perfect. 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Richartlss, associated with the national organization for several years,will describe home financing in Indiana, and will also discuss business conditions throughout the country. nated for the presidency by the Socialists, and received about 1.- 000,000 votes. He subsequently was pardoned by President Harding, al though he declined to petition for a pardon or commutation of sen tence. Radio stations which will carry Thomas' speech are: Indianapolis. WFBM. Kansas Citv. KMBC. Albany. KOKO. Louisville. WHAS. Boston, WNAL New York City. WAAB. WABC. Buffalo. WGR. Philadelphia. WCAU. WKBW. Pittsburgh. WJAS. Chicago. WBBM. Providence. WEAN. WGN. St. Louis KMOX. Cincinnati. NKRC. Svraruse, WFBL. Cleveland. WHK. Toledo. WSPD. Detroit CKOK. Washington. WMAL. Ft. Warn?. WOWO. WJSD. Unelfnrd PF UfT\DP CRACKER-MILK LUNCHES TO BE SERVEDPUPILS Food to Be Given Free to Those Unable to Pay Small Sum. Serving of milk and cracker lunches in public grade school buildings will be started next week, it was announced today by W. A. Hacker, social service director. A small sum is collected for the lunches from pupils able to pay, lunches being provided free where families of the pupils can not pay. Last year 503.000 free lunches were served out of a total of 1.100.000, Hacker said. The lunches were started in a few schools this week. The school social service depart ment aided needy pupils in 1.920 families during September, provid ing clothing, shoes and school books where needed, Hacker reported. Last year only 937 families were , aided during the period. Fossils of Ancient Man Found By Science Service PEIPING, Oct. 19.—New fossil re mains of Peking Man, Sinanthropus Pekingensis, have been found at the Chou Kou Tien site, where the orig inal skull was discovered in 1929.! The new find consists of fossilized small bones from the wrist. 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