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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaHome edition a Tje Pitt pro a a a titty Minme the weather forecast Snow flurries. Temperature at 7 . Today wan -18 noon -3 Tribune thermometer. Sun. Max., -16 my. Today -19. Sun above horizon�?8 hours. 6 Mina. Sunrise. 8.17 Sunset 4.26. Moonrise. 15.36 Moonset 8.28. Vol. Xii. Winnipeg monday december 12, 1932 20 pages proc s cant with comics 10 Canta. No. 297sharpe pleads ignorance of v affairs burglars loot several Homes North end when Moose ja1& r juniors crossed varsity s i Jne stage a carnival of crime Over weekend filling station robbed two women report purse snatchers Active j Lone Raider is blamed for Entrance to seven houses burglar shop breaker and purse snatchers staged a regular carnival of crime in the North end at the City Over the weekend. Seven Home were broken into a bling station was smashed open a delicate men at Ira entered and two women bad their Puree snatched. Most of the burglaries Are believed to have been the work of a Lone Raider who used a Skeleton key to gain Entrance while the occupants of the Homes were absent surprised by Householder he wan seen by one Householder who surprised him while he was at work but he managed to make his escape. O. Mark soft 811 Burrows ave. Returned Home at 7 . Saturday bight after being out since 1pm. And was surprised to notice All the lights in his House were on. Entering cautiously he found a Man Busy gathering silverware from a Ras Yoon a he heard Markusoff voice the burglar whirled around and a hed out the rear doer. He leaped into a car which was parked in the Lane and seeded away. Investigation showed he had taken a Quantity of silverware. Entrance had been gained by opening the front door with a Skol a ton key. It is believed the burglar rang Tbs Bell and walked in when he found nobody at Home. Same method used the same method was apparently at the Homo of 8am 3u.1. 860 bold ave., where a Skeleton key a again used. Or. Boyd returned Home at 9 80 to House had been ransacked from top to . Two watches a pair of earrings and 110 in Cash was Entrance to the Home of Philip Scheppe 428 st. John s ave. Was gained by Way of the Coal Shute. Returning Home shortly after mid night saturday members of the family found the place had been turned upside Down. Three watches made up the loot. At the Home of mrs. S. Bush 868 College ave., the rear door was smashed open. The House was ransacked but nothing was taken As far As is known at present. The burglary took place Between 8 and 9 39 . While the House was unoccupied. cellar door foiled the burglar when he broke into the Home of Sidney Harrow. 288 Atlantic ave. By Way of the Coal Shute. After breaking open the door of the Coal bin he tried to Force the door at the top of the cellar stairs but gave up and departed empty handed. Skeleton key again it was a Skeleton key which was used at the residence of Andrew Conly. 319 Lansdown ave., where a Quantity of Silver Are and clothing was taken. The burglar opened the front door Between 7.50 and 8.20 . While the House vas empty. One Dollar in Silver was All the loot taken at the House of Thomas Shingle 267 Tolson ave., where Entrance was gained by smashing a window at the rear. Miss Ida Stewart employed As a Domestic at 348 Lansdowne ave., was walking along Lansdowne near main st., sunday when two men approached her and grabbed her handbag. One of them opened it took out a $5 Bill and then gave it Back to her. A boy Between 14 and 15 years of age snatched a purse containing $3 from mrs. Sarah Abramson of 85 Andrews st., As she was walking along Andrews st., Between Stella ail Flora avenues. Saturday evening and then dashed away. No loot was obtained by burglars who broke into the Canadian Oil company a service station at the intersection of main st. And Flora ave., and Ben Cherry a Delicatessen 1314 main st. Cigarettes were found stacked up in the shop ready to be carried away but no apparently the burglars were frightened and left without their loot. The above photograph taken during saturdays Junior Rugby final. First Quarter. Toronto varsity won the game and the Dominion title in Toronto shows Ferguson of the Moose jaw maroons plunging by a of 8 to 8. Moose jaw s defeat May be attributed to their Over the Blue and White line for an unconverted touchdown in the failure to for single Points when in a position to do so. Arsenal plays Walsall team in English cup draw for third round to be played january 14, announced London. Dec. 12�?draw for the third round of the English cup to be played jan. 14 was a 1c today As follows Carlisle or Hull is. Sunderland Oldham is. Tottenham hotspur Brighton a Wrexham is. Chelsea. Bradford City is. Aston Villa. Darlington is. Torquay or Queens Park rangers. Watford is. Southend. Bradford is. Plymouth. I u. Is. Middlesborough. Bury is. Notts f. Birmingham is. Preston. Corinthians is. West Ham u Swindon is. Burnley. Leicester is. Everton. Bristol or Tran Mere is. Notts c Blackpool is. Port Vale. Walsall is. Arsenal. West Bromwich is. Liverpool. Millwall is. Reading or Coventry Grimsby vib. Portsmouth. Gateshead is. Manchester c. Huddersfield is. Folkestone. Chester is. Fulham. Stoke c. Is. Southampton. Donc Estor is. Halifax. Swansea is. Sheffield u. Lincoln is. Blackburn. Wolverhampton is. Derby c. Barnsley is. Luton t. Aldershot is. Bristol r. Or Gillingham. Sheffield wednesday is. Chesterfield. Newcastle is. Leeds u. Charlton a. . Eight Little girls plan to pack yuletide hamper for needy Little family Busy Young Folk of Community will All help to fill Christmas hampers by White gifts at churches next sunday More than 11,000 families Are on direct Relief. Two ten year old girls representing a club of eight Little ladies about their own age entered the Tribune Santa s office on saturday and asked for the address of a family which needed a Christmas hamper. Quot not More than five children a the Businesslike Little spokeswoman said a and one near our own Homes on. Stre Etc quot that will not be hard to find this coming events Dee. 12�?Elmwood society Presente excerpt from quot the Meltiah quot King memorial Church Coburg ave. Dec. 15 a Provencher collegiate st. Boniface concert. Dec. 15 a Melody knights dance 8.0 e. Hall Harbison av#., Elmwood. A dec. 16-17�?aramak club Danca carnival. Minto armoury. Dec. 16�?mice Mcphall a concert in first spirit Flat Church 371 Poison ave. Dec. 17�?polish Folk arte concert 713 Manitoba ave. Dec. 18�?"the private st. Mary a Sanctuary club play Winnipeg auditorium. Dec. 18�?st. James collegiate orchestra concert. Dec. 19.�?margaret Ritchie a dance recital Winnipeg Normal school 8 . Dec. 20�?can. Legion auxiliary can. Legion Hall. Dec. 22�?l.o.l. 484 Lodge Elmwood 325. Dance . Hall Harl act ave., Elmwood. Mail railway mail close at the general Post office daily for the West. S.30 . And 8 . For the East. 9 30 . And 5.30 ., and for the South 8 . And 5 . The next British mail closet in Winnipeg at 6 ., dec. 13, leaving Halifax dec. 17, in the Beaver Burn. Specially addressed european correspondence closes in Winnipeg at 3 ., dec. 18, leaving new York. Dec. 22. In the Deutch and. Steamships Cunard aurania arrived Halifax saturday. Hamburg american due new York Friday new York arrived Hamburg saturday Hamburg arrived new York Friday. Swedish american Drotning Holm arrived go Hamburg today. United states Farmer due new York today. White Star Britannic due new York today. Early votes of printers favor five Day week Indianapolis dec. 12.�?with votes tabulated representing one third of the membership on the five Day week proposal. International typographical Union officials today announced the plan was favored by 14,057 and opposed by 5,490. Charles p. Howard president said 19,7.54 ballots from 32 Large local unions have been counted. Altogether there Are some 700 locals in Canada and United states. The Complete Winnipeg vote on the question was 170 for the five Day week and 142 against. Single men in Winnipeg Are provided for walking Down to his office saturday morning Alderman Andrews chairman of the civic unemployment committee picked up on Wellington Crescent five of the tickets Good for meal and bed issued by the unemployed single menus commission. All thre tickets were signed by w. H. Carter chairman. A it simply Means a said Alder a Man Andrews a that very few single men arc in need either of food or lodging. They Are All being cared for the Dominion government now looking after even i the transients. What these men i want of course when they beg from pedestrians or from houses is t the Civio unemployment committee encourages men on Relief to seek any work that is available. The fear that taking work even if just for a Day would entail withdrawal of Relief has by men overcome. Money up to a certain sum can be earned by the unemployed without forfeiting Relief. It is pointed out. E. Vigor port Arthur student. Dies in Toronto Toronto. Dec 12 in spite of blood transfusions from his colleagues. Earl vigor 21. Student at University of Toronto died yesterday. Vigor whose parents reside in port Arthur was taken seriously ill monday and More than 100 fellow students volunteered to give him blood transfusions seven were Given. Early arrest is expected in North slaying special to the Winnipeg Tribune year a Santa assured them. Quot Well get you a family just to your the merry old gentleman of the empty stocking fund turned the Little ladles Over to his assistant who called up the chairman in charge of the District in which they lived. In three minutes they departed smiling and Happy in the knowledge that they were doing something to help a worthy and needy family in this year of great depression. Big task ahead those two Little ladles were typical of the 80,000 Young folks under 18 years of age in greater Winnipeg who this week Are organising their resources in Day and sunday schools and Homes also to fill the empty larders this Christmas. Last year the greater Winnipeg Christmas cheer committee recorded the fact that 3,400 such hampers were supplied by the children and adults of Winnipeg As individuals groups or in churches and fraternal and other organizations. The total includes Many hundreds Hoare predicts athlete As next British Premier by associated press t Ondon dec. 12.�?sir Samuel Hoare. Secretary for India explains Why he has taken up skating. One reason 1 that quot having watched the careers ,. Of my fellow in a politicians thought it would be very useful to me if i Learned How to fall without hurting another s that politics is becoming so strenuous. A in the present state of political life a he says quot in 10 years the Only Man capable of being prime minister will be a lightweight Boxer who runs around the Park every morning before sir s. Hoare 22 rounded up in Arborg riot Are remanded cases postponed for week a All out on $1,000 bail each Pine River. Man., dec. 12�?an Early arrest today is expected in the death of John Chumick trapper who was shot while tending i supplied by private individuals. It his trap lines six Miles from Pinol us h 3 Guppy red River last monday. I two . From Swan River by Rby Tribune empty stocking and Dauphin respectively now in 1 fund. Pine River Are said to be hot on a White gift Day the Trail of the Man who Grad Art Sun by u Thlu gift Day the Young trapper Pine River Hospital last tuesday. Two other r.c.. Officers Are expected today from Dauphin. Warmer weather and Snow due Here tuesday Manitoba la again the focal Point of the North american cold wave but warmer weather and Snow flurries Aro predicted in the province today and tuesday. Minne Dosa. With -24. As a minimum during the night was among the coldest spots on the continent. At Manitoba agricultural College tie thermometer registering never higher than -15 sunday dropped to -19 for the minimum. Today there was a fairly rapid Rise in temperature from -16 at 7 to -2 by noon. Present ithe Messiah a for stocking fund 14 Winnipeg a a Only Christmas a performance of handels great oratorio quot the Messiah a will be Given tonight at King memorial Church by the Elmwood choral society under the direction of j. T. Hodges. Sev entry five voices will be heard in the choir. A distinguished group of soloists will Assis in the performance. These include w. Bradley. Tenor a. M. Mcfadyen. Bass miss a r. Gray contralto and mrs. S. L. Irwin Soprano. D. F. Bull will be organist. The program will also include the singing of some Well known Christmas carols and Elgar a arrangement of quot god save the admission is 25 cents and All the proceeds Are Heing Given to the Tribune empty stocking fund. In Winnipeg churches. On that Day every sunday school child will carry a gift to sunday school for the children of the poor. It May be a toy it May be a bundle of food. It May be an article of warm apparel. It will be something prepared by wisely kind mothers and carried by Loving Little hands to teachers and superintended who will pack the food into hampers to be delivered on Christmas eve. The facilities of the greater Winnipeg Christmas cheer committee Are being drawn on in marked degree this year and the need to prevent duplication and imposition this year is greater than Ever. The greater Winnipeg Christmas cheer committee has divided Winnipeg Day into 12 districts and it has organized the six larger suburbs into districts also. All applications for hampers from these areas continued on Page 5. Column 3 Twenty two Farmers of bifrost municipality arrested by the r.c.. In connection with the recent disturbance at Arborg. When Reeve b. I. So Valdason was prevented from holding a tax Sale were Given a weeks remand on charges of rioting and unlawful Assembly. All Are out Ori Ball of $1,000 each furnished by the Canadian labor defence league the men Are Anton Kryn Lukl Arborg Mike Chrusc Hlll Arborg a. Kucyk. Arborg John Koba Renko Arborg Mike Kyrylczuk Melveena Steve Kozub Arborg g. Lycar Gimli Andrew Salynski Arborg Harry Holom Bech Ono Harry Rudko Arborg George Kowalchuk Arborg s. Kowalchuk Arborg John Klym Arborg h. Hrynchyshyn Arborg Martin huty Arborg Ivan Kapusta Fisher Branch James Wozny. Broad Valley John Posnach. Broad Valley Mike Koltum Arborg Harry Kol Tun Arborg m. Kozub Arborg Harry Stefan Arborg. 20 alarms keep firemen on run Over weekend most Calls Are result of overheated pipes or Chimney fires total damage is estimated at $1,500 apartment House and jewelry Are swept by flames Arclo winds and sub Zero new ther kept Winnipeg firemen on the ran Over the week end. More than 20 Alarma Ware answer most of them being for Chimney fires or outbreaks caused by overheated stovepipes. Three fires threatened to assume serious proportions but were quickly brought under control by prompt work on the part of firefighters total damage was estimated at around $1,500, greatest damage was done by a Blaze in a Small apartment House at 460 Selkirk ave., where flames started by an overheated stovepipe broke out at 11.30 ., sunday. Fire spread up a wooden partition then up the Walls to the roof before firemen put the Blaze out. Loss was estimated at $500. Jewelry shop fir Eire of unknown origin caused damage to the extent of $400 when it broke out saturday night in the shop of h. Vine jeweler 574 main st. Occupant of adjacent premises turned in an alarm when they saw pouring irom. The . Firemen soon had the Blaze under control. An investigation will be made in an Effort to ascertain the cause of the outbreak. Fire broke out late sunday in an unoccupied two Storey duplex dwelling at 275 Alexander ave., next door to the King George hotel. Passers by turned in the alarm and firemen i were successful in confining the j Blaze to one Section of the building. Damage to the premises which Are used for storage purposes by the hotel will run into about $400 it was estimated. 11 minor alarms the fire departments log for sunday showed 11 alarms for fires of minor importance. They were As follows 2.21 ., Auto on fire at intersection of Walke. Ave. And Osborne st., damage slight 3,25 ., Chimney file st. Johns ave no damage 3.32 ., fire at 1123 Aberdeen ave., caused by overheated stovepipe damage $75 4.28 ., 203 Edmonton st., fire started in pile of rubbish in basement damage slight 9.13 ., 337 notre Dame ave., fire in basement damage $75 10.16 ., 779 Bannatyne ave., fire in basement damage $50 11.19, 264 Burrows ave fire started when occupants thawing out pipes damage slight 11.40 ., filling station at 275 Ellice ave., $50 damage 12.21 ., 302 Burrows ave., overheated stovepipe set Wall on fire damage $30 5.07 ., 577 Alfred ave., Chimney fire no damage 5 55 ., 447 Elgin ave., Chimney fire no damage. Machray a partner for 35 years knows nothing of thefts w a tells commission inquiries regarding Trust finances would have been considered impertinence by former bursar a never received statement showing How funds stood and never asked for one. Old country football London dec. 12�?results of matches of the Northern Section of the third division of the English football league played today follow Walsall 1, Accrington 0. Barnsley 7, Crewe Alexandra 1. Halifax 1. Southport 0. Trinity College. Dublin Defeated Oxford University 6-3, in a Rugby match today. Diana Churchill marries in famous London Church daughter of British statesman becomes Bride of John Bailey by thos. T. Champion Canadian press staff writer London. D c 12�?st Man Gareth a Westminster which is known As the Church of the House of commons was crowded today tor wedding of Diana eldest daughter of the it. Hon. Wlna ton a Churchill to John Milner Sivey son of the famous South african mining magnate sir Abe Bailey. Miss Churchill was attended by Rix bridesmaid a her two Sisters min Sarah Churo Hiu and mias Mary Churchill and two Cousin Mia Clarissa Churchill and Mies Juliet Henley and the bridegrooms half Sisters. Mim Ann Bailey end min a Noreen Bailey they wore medieval frocks of White tulle Over tinder slips of Silver lame their Long flowing skirt swept the ground at the Back and fell just below the ankle in front. Rell Ahamid sleeves of White tulle fell Over close fitting under sleeves of Silver lame and the bodices were entirely of Silver lame. With these frock the bridesmaids wore wreaths of White Chiffon rosettes. I Derek Blyth was beet Man. And or. Churchill gave his daughter away. The officiating clergy were Canon Carnegie Rector of st Margaret s and chaplain of House of commons and the Rev. B. G. Bourche Rector of st. Annex a. Soho. There were More than 250 Beauty. Ful gifts including a Blu enamel dressing set from their majesties. The reception was held in the Hall-1 room of town House of the Duka of Marlborough a Cousin of win i Ron Churchill neighbors save Portage family from flames escape via ladder when fire sweeps two Storey Home special to the Winnipeg Tribune Portage la Prairie dec. 12.�?neighbor saved the live of or. And or. Eric Smith and family who faced death in the flaming second Storey of their Home on Garland Street at 3 30 today. Escape by the Stabrawa Cut off by a near the stairway. Attracted by the Crie of members of the Smith family at a bedroom window on the second Storey neighbors brought a ladder. By this Means the family descended to safety. Or. Smith was the first member to be awakened by at the Early hour. Flame soon roared through the House starting in a near the stairway. Meanwhile the fire department had been summoned by neighbors. Upon its arrival it was found that flames had spread to the attic. The lire fighters finally put the fire under control after great damage had been done. Fred j. Sharpe a partner in the firm of Machray and Sharpe for 35 years today told the commission investigating University Truat fund shortages that he was in absolute ignorance of All matters pertaining to University Trust. He had never been consulted regarding them and had never made any inquiries. He had never a opened one of the books in which the accounts were kept. Witness gave it As Hla opinion that had he made any inquiry As. Machray would have taken it quot As an another startling statement made by or. Sharpe was that not until a few Days ago did he know details regarding the arrangements made Between the University and Machray. He Learned of them while discussing the Case with Hla counsel f. J. Fuher he said. After Reading a Long statement in a a a a which he described the various changes in partnership during his 35-year connection with the firm or. Sharpie examined by r. F. Mcwilliams . Commission counsel said that although the Trust funds and the firms moneys were in the same Bank account he had never requested a statement to find out How they stood. Did not feel responsible although he had received moneys from the investment Side of the firm a believed these represented Only his share of the part fits and moneys to Hla credit for investment made by him self with Machray and others. He had no reason to believe otherwise. Preened on the question of not demanding a statement show How the trusts or his client stood i division of work in re tween the two the partners of the firm must necessarily have consisted of Only or. Machray and myself. Quot about 1928. Or. Locke retired from the firm Anil went to Vancouver and b. V. Richardson who had been with the firm on salary joined As a partner and from then until oct. 1. Of this year the name of the firm was Machray. Sharpe Parker. Crawley and Richardson. Quot if the evidence already before the commission has not already shown to you just How the work of the Law firm which has. With the above variations continued from 1897 to 1932, was conducted it would seem most material that you should be made aware of it. Division of work quot going Back to my student Days. In the firm of Archibald and Howell 40 years or More ago my recollection is that there was a markets at a glance Winnipeg wheat to a lower. New York moderate gains. Montreal minor changes. . Oil Active. Toronto mine9 a Mcintyre weak. Exchange rates at noon today were Pound Sterling in Montreal 3 781 . Dollar in Montreal 1.16. Pound Sterling in new York 3.26 h. Canadian Dollar in new York .86 a. From time to time he said that to did not feel responsible for no clients of his had placed Money for investment with the firm. Later today or. Sharpe will he questioned by j. T. Thereon ., associate comm Olson counsel spec Ting various syndicates in which Hla name appears on the books is a director and in respect of which auditors say fictitious mortgages were made allocated to the University. Details of firm following is the statement made by or. Sharpe quot while i have understood for some time that 1 would he called upon to give such information a i can to you it wag not until noon on saturday that i obtained through the Courtesy of or. Mcwilliams any direct statement of the information wanted. A in the interval since then 1 have1 devoted All my time to try and get the information a ked for but 1 have not As yet obtained sufficient knowledge to answer All the Points in detail. A i understand that the commission wished to ascertain who the members of the various firms with which or Machray was connected were and the dates on which these men were respectively partners. A on saturday afternoon i to the various members of the different firms who Are still in the City other than or. Archibald whom i have not seen and i think that our recollection of the dates agrees and i think that what i am stating is approximately sufficiently current As to dates. Had completed course quot i entered the firm of Archibald. Howell and Cumberland As a Law student about the year 1890. Quot or. Machray was then with the firm not As a partner hut my recollection la that he had completed his course As a student and wag a qualified solicitor and barrister. Quot the 1st� or. Shank a the bookkeeper for that firm and had been for a number of years. Quot on the completion of my Law course 1 practice Law for a few months probably a year by myself. And then rejoined the firm of Archibald and Howell. Shortly afterwards i think it was in the year 1897�?the firm of Archibald and Howell was dissolved. Or. Cumberland having previously resigned on Hla sep ointment As county court judge of Brandon. Quot thereupon the firm of Archibald. Machray and Sharpe was formed. The partners in that firm were Heber Archibald. John a. Machray and myself. Three on salary a about 1905, or. Archibald withdrew from the firm. My recollection is that his name continued with i consent until 1907. Quot in 1907 the firm of Machray Sharpe and Dennistoun was formed the members of that firm were 1 John a Machray myself and r. M. Dennistoun now or. Justice Dot a j no Stout. This firm remained until about july 1918, but the name changed. A from about 1912 to 1915 the firm was called Machray. Sharpe. Dennistoun. Lock. Parker and Crawley during this period Charle h. Lock now practising in Vancou ver it b. C. Parker and c. A. Crawley whole name appealed being on salary. Quot or. Dennistoun a appointed to the Bench in 1918, and his connection with he firm ceased. A a new firm was shortly afterwards formed called Machray Sharpe. Locke. Parker and Crawley. The members being John a. I Gard to general practice and looking after investments. Quot Heber Archibald was the trusted Friend and advisor of the late archbishop Mac Nirav and handled funds of the anglican Church he also handled the Isbister funds belonging to the University. Quot my recollection is that or Archibald devoted much More of his tint to managing the in vestments of these client and others than to general Law practice and tie was quite capable of looking after them without assistance from others. Quot or. Shanks As bookkeeper also had some share in looking after these investments and did All the bookkeeping and kept records. Or. Shank had been with the firm for a number of years and probably. In matters of look a ing after investments he looked upon or. Machray and myself merely As students. A on or. Archibald a retirement or. Machray took charge of looking after investments. Had absolute Confidence a some time shortly after that some arrangement was made whereby or. Machray took charge of the University funds generally. A More than mentioning the fact to me i do not know the details. Quot from that time on the investment work connected with the office took practically the whole of or. Machray a time. A did practically no general Law work and a Tille or. Shanks continued for some years to act As head bookkeeper for the office Gener ally the most of his time was taken up in looking after the investments in conjunction with or. Machray. Quot the difference Between the two branches in the office was probably greater than in most Law offices. A emr Machray is a Nephew of the late archbishop and the successor or or. Archibald and had a apparently the absolute Confidence of archbishop Matheson and All officials of the anglican Church. Was never consulted quot or. Machray became at a later Date bursar of the University and apparently had the absolute Confidence of the University land Board and the governors of the University. Quot or. Shanks was named a a a. Secretary of the University land Board and had the absolute Confidence of Bolh the University and the Church officials. A nah the work increased separate offices on the same floor of the Sanio building but unconnected with the general Law office were opened. Quot meetings of the University land Hoard were from time to time held in Liat office. The investments of the anglican Church were of such an extent that the Archt Kaliop and other officials connected with the Church were continuously calling at the office on business matters. Quot during the whole of tie period when i was connected with these firms no person connected with the University or with the anglican Church Ever called upon me or consulted me about any matter whatsoever nor was i Ever present at. Any conference in respect to those clients affairs. The same thing applied to Ali other client a those funds were handled by or. Machray and or. Sharks. Auditor in office a at no time did i Eier hat Access to or control of Bonds Stock certificates Cash or other securities belonging to any of these client. I have not questioned every Machray. Myself. Charles h ii Ocke. Members of the firm in detail but . Parker and c. A Crawley. I i think it would be probably Cor a i re a i R.C. to Sav that Elonce or. Archi joined on salary Bald a retirement no official con quot there i some question in my acted with the University or with mind As to the exact Date a the the anglican Church investments information i obtained saturday Ever consulted any member of the afternoon would indicate that the 1 firm other than or. Machray. New partnership dated from april 30. 1919. While or Justice Dennis Tom went on the Bench in 1918. But if there was any interval by of Ficiala of the University and of the Church would come to the office and wait to see or Machray continued a re a it Smurna t i t

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