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ALIEN INQUIRY
BY CONGRESS
IS PROPOSED
—*
House Committee to Study
Deportation Cruelty
Is Sought.
V'J ? r rippM.lfoit'ard \ricftpnprr Alhonre
WASHINGTON, March 17.—Rep
resentative Samuel Diekstein (Dtm.,
N. Y.) has introduced a resolution
authorizing the appointment of a
select house committee to investi
gate reports of alien smuggling and
unlawful treatment of aliens ar
rested for deportation.
As chairman of the committee on
immigration and naturalization,
Repdesentative Diekstein has re
ceived hundreds of complaints
against activities of immigration
bureau officers engaged in depor
tation work, and several clews in
dicating widespread operations of
■an* alien-smuggling ring.
“Cruel and inhuman procedure
and unlawful practices have been
invoked in deportation ca.ses,' said
Diekstein
"Innocent victims have been ar
rested without warrants, held in
communicado in jail for long pe
riods of time, and denied the bene
fit of counsel.
“Meanwhile, I am informed,
thousands of alien dope peddlers
have been smuggled into the United
States from Havana and islands ad
jacent to the coast of Florida. And
hundreds of Chinese and Japanese
have crossed the Mexican border,
fleeing the drastic exclusion laws of
Mexico.”
PAPRIKA GROWN HERE
First U. S. Crop Brings Premium
From Packers.
II U T'nitc&'Prcu
OXNARD, Cal. March 17 The
first commercial paprika crop in the
United States has been grown by
W. J. Mclnnes, from seed imported
from Spain and Hungary. Bushes
produced an average of sixty-five
pods, and fommanded a premium
from packing corporations.
L. S. AYRES & CO.
Learn How to Do Tricks
on Your
Sidewalk Skates
Special Exhibition Tomorrow ,
Toy Department at 11 A. M. f
12M.,2P. M. y 3:30 P. M.
If you haven’t seen John Doe and his sis
ter Mary skate you “ain’t seen nothin’.”
Watch them perform tomorrow on a special
rink built over the concrete floor in Ayres’
Toy Department. They’re using skates just
like yours, from the Toy Department. Take
home a pair and practice!
Ball-Bearing Skates.. $1.59 & $2.19 Pr.
AYRES'—TOTS—SIXTH FLOOR.
Men! What a Sale!
2K A H N
Ready-For-Wear
SUIT^^R
(OR A SUIT and a TOPCOAT)
Savings Are Tremendous!
Buy two garments for yourself or bring a
friend. Single suits are worth up to $35 —
on this basis they cost you sl4 each. Nothing
is restricted or reserved. We have chosen
this method to clear our stocks at once, re
gardless of cost.
KAHN
TAILtfRINS ZV
2nd Floor Kahn Bldg.—Meridian at Washington
STEEPLE STAYS
■V
Brick and masonry were stripped
from the steel framework of the
steeple of this Long Beach ' Cal.)
church by the recent earth
quake as a giant might shell the
kernels from an ear of corn.
HEART IS STOPPED IN
DELICATE' OPERATION
Vital Organ Ceases to Beat Four
Minutes While Doctors Cut.
111/ United Prrrt
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. March 17.
—A remarkable heart operation,
said to be the eighth one of its kind
in the world, during which the pa
tient’s heart was stopped for four
minutes, was performed recently at
the hospital of Sabbatsberg, in
Stockholm.
The heart was laid bare and its
beating was stopped during the foul
breathless and critical minutes
needed for the operation, the patient
thus being practically in a state of
death. The operation was success
ful and the patient now has re
gained full health.
Beginning Saturday Morning at 9! I
CLEARANCE!
1,000 SPRING FROCKS
For Business Wear —For Sports —For Street £ f;
I j> Wear —Dainty Afternoon Styles! 4* '■gl |
J* In order to clear our racks for constantly arriving late spring dresses, we have SLASHED THE v
A _ PRICE on over 500 of our much higher priced frocks from regular stock! To these we have added Jk
a fortunate SPECIAL PURCHASE of 500 more dresses that would be fine values at TWICE this price! Wrrj> j
Every dress is a FASHION SUCCESS—and of a QUALITY that is unmistakable! Come early! You'll ,// K? V
I ~ j .
There Is EXTRA VALUE B Tomorrow! |
and SMARTNESS in These A NEW LOW PRICE!
New Spring Shoes x
—And Their Price Is Only
qb DeLuxe HOSIERY
s 2 r:':; 80 c
I -PUMPS -OXFORDS . p
TIES SANDALS These Are Super-Values Because:
[ A 1. First Qualities sell regularly for and day to keep up with orders. (It I
[ A In the past two weeks hundreds of women have $1.35 and $1.75. is the 'largest hosiery mill in the I
v VoV:\ *\vA been convinced that this new line of shoes SETS 0 T .. , .... ~ , , wor iH i
* x-rw cTiv-mun r\v vurm Tk. 2. First qualities are sold only by ‘door wona.j
v A NEW SIANDAKD Or \ALLL. they otter . , ~ . , - r , , c .„. .• B
\ ''•olvaV*A.. e , . ~ , ... , 1 , „ to door salesmen! o Real Silks Inspection S>stem is sur
\ correct fashion, high quality, and comfort—at a . PY . r .rf,
\ PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD! Choice of 18 smart 3. It is evident that Real Silk hose gi cully LA ACI •
\ styles—in kid, simulated pigskin, and simulated MUST be better than “counter so.d 6. Real Silk are of- I
snakeskin. Sizes 4to 9—AA to C. hose! ... ten far too fine to merit the .^ub
4. The Real Silk Mill is working night standard classification.
—froLn Note These Exclusive Features:
Pnrrhmpnt 1. Fresh Silk! 4. Strain-Proof Instep Point! 7. Cradle Dura Foot!
l 1 r r~ c . r,„ r - R. Genuine Scaled Yams!
2. Patented Hem-Guard! 5. Triple-Fast Dyes! 9. TWO-Way Run-Stop!
Chidren’s Shoes, $1 and $1.95 S. No-Hole Hem! 6. Flat-Seam Sole! 10. Positive Heel-Guard!
'■ —Downstairs at Ayres. —Downstairs at Ayres.
Other Downstairs Store News on Page
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
.MARCH IT, 1933

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