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THURSDAY. JANUARY 5, 1030. THE DAILY COCR713K. Ct)NiMJ'.;L,L,S\UUL,l!;. FA. PAGE NIN15. Federal Agents Search For Bank Robbers to Mafo Big Bond Thievery Ring SYRACUSE. N. Y. t Jan. 8.--Federal agents searched for bank robbers to complete a roundup ol what they described as the "biggest ring oi bond thieves ever uncovered in the Nation."' ( ;,. Ten persons, eight of them of New York City, were at libeity under bail pending arraignment on charges of interstate transportation of stolen securities. They were accused of bc~ ing the sales force of a gang which allegedly handled $157,000 in "hot" securities obtained in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Kansas burglaries. Federal investigation into the gang's activities was revealed ycslor- -Â· da;- when G-men arrested John D. Crimmins, 47-year-old Syracuse attorney, on an indictment charging conspiracy and transportation of Â· stolen bonds valued at more than $5,000. Crimmins, a white-haired, distinguished-looking criminal lawyer, was described by Federal Agent John W. Warncs as the "upstate fence for the gang." Warncs asserted thut in the past two years Crimmins disposed of more than $27,000 worth of stolen bonds through a Syracuse brokerage house. Freed last nifjht under $10,000 bond, Crimmins will be arraigned Monday befo.-e 'Federal Judge Fred- crick H. Bryant. B. 0. Carloadings Show Big Decrease Baltimore Ohio Railroad reported 167,65D cars wciv loaded on line or received from connections in December, 1038, compared with 214,301 in the same month of 1030. The figures were encouraging, however, In the fact they showed an increase of the total of 156,977 cars !n December of 1937. There was a slight decrease, however, from the 173,1:12 total for November, 1938. Commandments for Successful Wedlod; Listed by Minister RENSSELAER, N. Y., Jan. 5.-Three married couples symbolically , renewed the vows for married' couples everywhere in a New Year's Day service in which Rev. George J. Houtain assailed the regimentation o f . family life in totalitarian countries. . The pastor of Congregation Church listed the following "Ten Commandments of Successful "Wedlock": 1. Thou shall not worship in sop- aratc churches. 2. Thou shall not be a matrimonial illiterate; but assure a successful sex life by studying a good text bool; on the subject. 3. Thou shall not be sclllsh about leisure time. 4. Remember to keep out of debt. 5. Honor thy m!te, publicly and privately. 6. Thou shall not resort to deception. 7. Thou shalt observe all laws of health and beauty in body, mind and soul. 8. Thou shalt create a mutual perception of activity, daily arousing the other's pleasurable curiosity. Â· 9. Thou.shalt neither nag nor criticize, being-, as'. courteous to each other as thou art to friends. 10. Thou shalt keep each other at Â· the center of interest in'objective Â· planning. Drinkers Made, Not - Born, Speaker Says ' RICHMOND,' Vn., Jan. 5--Drinkers ai'c mndo,' not born, Charles H. Durfec.of Wakcfleld, R. I., told the American Association lor the Advancement of Science. He'contended thnt tho foundations of alcoholism nre predominantly psychologies Â· and that n drunkard can really "unlearn" if he wnnts to and is sivcn the right sort of help. This assistance Is not drugs, Mr. Durfce contended. The effective way is to let the drunkard live in a sympathetic community where he can take ns many drinks as he wishes but sees other people who benefit from not drinking. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your common cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation, you may get relief now with Crcomulslon. Serious troublomay borrowing-ondyou cannot afford to Uko a chance with any remedy less potent than Crcomulslon, which goes right to the scat of the trouble ana aids nature to soothe and heal the inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel germ-laden phlegm. Even if other medicine has failed, don't be discouraged, try Crcomulslon. Your "druggist Is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained from cither trial or largo size. Crcomulslon Is ono word, ask for 'A plainly, Â«ee that thonameonthchottlo Js Creomulsion. and you'll Ert tho genuine product and tho relief want. (Ady.) you Hocfccy "Miracle Man" Fired. ; Â· CHICAGO, Jan. 4.--Tho Saga ~of hockey's "miracle man" ended "abruptly today. Bald Bill Stewart Â·was flred as manager of the Chicago rBlackhawhs less than nine months after he piloted them to the -v/qrld's championship in his first year on the job. - ' Permanent Receivers Named, ; .GREENSBURG, Jan. 5.--Colonial .Trust Company of Pittsburgh, Frank A. Maddus, picsidcnt of Victor Brewing Company, and J. E. Newman ,ot Pittsburgh were named permanent receivers for the Victor Brewing Company of Jeannctte by Judge Richard D. Laird. Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED $ *"to XT **^/rt 25 tÂ° $ 300 Call or See Us If Vou Need iloiioy For Any Emergency Moderate .Repayments Fayette Loan Co. '510 TItlo- Trnst Co. Bldg. L Connellsville, Pa. Telephones 244-866 Prompt, Courteous Convenient Service Steal a march on time. With a WntinchoaM Electric Raijsc cook- AHÂ£ is o ilmple; heat control is to accurate; you can skip old-fashioo- Â·d pot-watching and pcfldnc in the oven. 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