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WALL STREET CLERKS UP ALL NIGHT WITH
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Here's a typical scene on Wail street these nights. The photo show3
clerks asleep on cots in the busy brokerage offices.
JUST WHAT RIGHT HAS ANY ONE
UNDER POLICE RULES?
A complaint that he was refused
the right of counsel when "he ap
peared at the Warren av. police sta
tion to make sure the booking of
three youthful prisoners was filed
with Chief of Police Healey by Att'y
Charles B. Peterson.
Walter Isser, 19; Walter Knowles,
19, and John Crisby, 22, were picked
up by the police at 10:30 p. m. last
Tuesday. The boys did not satisfy
the officer that questioned them and
they were taken first to the Shef
field av., then to the Warren av. station.
Their fathers, hearing that ' they
were locked up, phoned Peterson to
get them booked and out on baiL
When Peterson appeared he was
told he could not see the youths.
So he filed charges before Healey
to see just what rights a detained
person has under the present police
THE BASHFUL TAR
"And did youspeak to father about
"Then he gave his consent to our
"Why-er-er I didn't get that far '
I just said you were a fine girL"