Conflict at Louis Antrobus home during house party
Guilty Pleas, Truce Avert Court Fight There was no recounting of the details of a battle at the home of Louis Antrobus on Aberdeen avenue last Saturday night as had been expected would take place In the course of a hearing set for Friday afternoon in the court room of Justice H. P. Beneze. John Swift and his son, Clyde, had been named in complaints charging a breach of the peace which Antrobus had sworn out before Justice Beneze and had entered denials of the charge and sought a trial. But late Thursday, the day before that appointed for the hearing, the Swifts came before Justice Beneze, entered pleas of guilty, and fines, which with costs, ran to $12.30 were assessed. The Swifts further agreed to pay for damage to the Antrobus home, Justice Beneze said today, thus closing the entire Incident as far as his court is concerned. Antrobus had filed complaints after a battle which flared up during a dancing party at his home resulted in alleged breaking of furniture and other depredations.