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portable plant to be used by city for
utilization of asphalt -which has been
torn up in street repairs.
Locker thief again busy in Fish
Hall of Northwestern "U." $.30 over
coat stolen from locker of K. Cram,
a student. - -
L. V. Price, Zion City postmaster,
took stand to testify against Orlan
do Robinson, Sr. and Jr., charged
with "con game."
Wife of Dr. John L. Knapp, suing
for divorce, wants more than 510
week alimony. Says physician has
$10,000 annual income. He says $10
Body of unidentified man found on
I. C. tracks between 114th and
Mrs. W. Ross, 2713 Indiana av., re
ported to police that Lulu Solon,
nurse girl, has disappeared. Also has
Burglars frightened away by neigh
bors when they attempted to break
into home of Mrs. Rose Monnich,
2343 Princeton av.
Mrs. Margaret Schoenvich, 6027 S.
Lafin St., found dead in bed by hus
band. Heart disease.
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SAYS WOMEN ARE THE REAL
New York, Oct. 29. "A woman is
worth at least two men when it'
comes to real effective probation
With this phrase, coined by Judge
Reynolds, as the slogan, judges, law
yers and eminent criminologists to
day opened a strenuous fight against
the proposal of the budget commit
tee of the city board of estimate to
cut down the number of women pro
bation officers in Brooklyn, Queens
and Richmond from eighteen to six.
Presenting a brief favoring women
as probation officers, Judge Rey
nolds declared today, "from my ex
perience on the bench I have learn
ed that you cannot win a criminal
club. Probation is a new science in
the world of criminology. It has
proved a remarkable success. To the
untiring, sympathetic effotrs of the
women much of this success is due."
A WISE PUP
over to righteousness by use of al