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"Oh, no," the one hastened to reply.
"Oh, no," echoed the other.
, "Then what is to become of the
family?" pressed Judge Fisher.
"Let 'the juvenile court take care
of the children or let- the woman go
to work," suggested one of the United
The two continued forcing them
selves into the case until Ass't State's
Att'y Arkin interposed.
"As long as you are not willing to
help the family, I do not see why
you should always be chiming in,"
"Ordinarily," said Judge Fisher,
after the United Charities people had
succeeded in making themselves ob
noxious to nearly every one, "I have
a great deal of respect for social
workers, but I do not like the spirit
you are showing. You have shown
too much anxiety in this particular
case. You have not permitted the
court to ask two questions without
trying to inject your views.
"You people are supposed to be ab
solutely unbiased, except to see that
the best thing is done for the family.
Since you say the United Charities
will not do anything further for this
family I will ask you to kindly let
me adjust the matter between the
husband and wife."
Jushkowitz is now working for
$16 a week. He wants to go back to
his family. The U. C. women say he
is physically unfit The case was
continued until he can be examined.
When it comes up again the United
Charities will have to keep its mouth
- out of it.
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PROBE SCHOOL BOARD LEASES
The aldermanic subcommittee ap
pointed to investigate the finances of
the school board yesterday voted to
investigate the leases made by the
board on downtown property. The
probe will probably begin next week.
1 Indianapolis. Wholesale arrests
, promised by police today in effort to
f stop baseball pools.
-Vincennes, Ind. Four robbers got
$750 in raid on postofflce at Decker
today. Third in vicinity in month.
Peoria, III. Unknown negro dead,
Mike Keating, barkeep, shot, and four
arrested as result of three-cornered
Cloquet, Minn. Mildred and Isa- A
belle Kilby, 6 and 4 years old, burned
to death when home of parents was
destroyed by fire.
New York. Liner Philadelphia
sailed today with full passenger list
New York. Mrs. Claudia Carlstedt
Wheeler, once known to stage as
"beauty in red tights," cleared of
charges of perjury in connection with
unsuccessful divorce action brought
by her husband, Albert Gallatin
Wheeler, Jr., son of Chicago railway
London. German spies, Muller
and Hahn, tried and convicted in Old
Bailey court. Muller sentenced to
life, Hahn to 7 years' imprisonment
HOSTETLER RECEIVES THREATS
' Marshall Hostetler, sweetheart of
Anna Johnson, who was found dead
in abortion parlor of Dr. Eva Shaver,
has been threatened with death by
Chicagp's abortion ring. Hostetler
has refused to leave the Chicago av.
police station, although he is free to
do so. This morning the police re
moved him to a quiet place until the
Detectives are trying to trace the
Tomorrow Chief of Police Healy,
Coroner Hoffman and members of
the state board of health will confer
to discuss what can be done in the
way of prosecution of maternity P
"Have you heard about the new
color designs for this year's auto
"No. What are they?"
"Lubricating oil brown and gaso
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