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DR. WEINBURG SENTENCED ON
WHITE SLAVE CHARGE
Dr. Louis P. Weinburg, the Ligo
nier, Ind., physician, convicted by a
federal grand jury of transporting
Grace Belle Locher of Ligonier, from
Kalamazoo, Mich., to Chicago for im
moral purposes, was today sentenced
by Federal Judge Carpenter to serve
60 days in the House of Correction
and to pay a fine of 500,
In imposing sentence the court
said: "The evidence showed that this
girl was not an unwilling victim, nor
was she an innocent one. But there
has been a violation of the law as it
stands on the statute books, making
the duty of the court plain."
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Lawrence Weiss granted divorce.
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around with wif e