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outcome of charges of Mrs. Ander
son, -who charged Brimie -with try
ing to attack her on .Nov. 9. ,
Lena Kannrad, clerk in Adams
candy shop, v30 EL Adams, became
hysterical whenshe saw new clerk.
Thought she was discharged. New
girl hired to help during holiday
James Kijbridge found innocent on
federal charges that he had failed to
refund overduty to customer whom
he served as custom broker.
'""Mrs. lieland English suing for di
vorce. Charges infidelity.
"CIVIL SERVICE WORKERS NEED
PENSION SYSTEM." ,
After twelve years of work in the
postal service, Charles Siegel, 61,
was fired recently. Siegel was less
than. 30 per cent efficient, accord
ing to the records. It was up to
Postmaster Campbell to get rid of
But the salary which he has re
ceived for the twelve jears he
worked has not allowed savings and
th,e old man is dumped out of work
His tale aroused Oscar Nelson,
former head of the National Federa
tion of Postal Clerks.
"Something should be done," he
declared. "It is very wrong to put
Tiirn out at this time of year. His
will be a bitter Christmas.
"Of course, the lesson to be
learned from this is that a pension
system is needed for the civil service
workers.. There is absolutely no pro
vision for these old men."
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AID TO JOBLESS WOMEN
The latest aid for jobless women
a mending shop will be opened at
72 W. "Adams sL, Monday. Here
mending and? darning of all sorts win
be done for a reasonable'price and
women who need the money will
profit. "r '" -
An butgrowtifttf the-Chicagb wom-
en's emergency employment center,
the new place is expected to "aid
women- without -jobs who can sew.
One unique feature is that the work
ers get all of the profits.
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