Sequels, Oct. 23, 1933

To news of bygone weeks, herewith sequels from last week's news:

¶ To the trial of Pennsylvania's Senator James John ("Puddler Jim") Davis, long-time Secretary of Labor, for alleged con-spiracy in the charity ball lottery conducted by the Loyal Order of Moose, of which he was director general (TIME, Oct. 10, 1932): acquittal in a Manhattan Federal Court, following a defense plea that Director General Davis knew nothing about Moose inside affairs. ¶ To the clumsy attempt of James Medley, 25, former gasoline station manager, and Nicolina Antoinette De Palma, 22, trained nurse,...

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