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Btralned," with the United Charities.
On a warrant secured by the char
ities, Vincent Zahara, 1811 W. Erie
st was hauled into the court of do
mestic relations on a charge that he
doesn't work to support his wife and
six children. A Juvenile Protective
assfn worker told the court Zahara
had turned down jobs offered him by
the U. C.
Zahara, who is under-sized and
under-weight, explained that the
TJ. C. had come through with a 3V&
day job on the railroad tracks and he
couldn't do that work, but he would
take any job he could get in a shop ' knocking.
at his trade and that his old boss was
ready to take him back.
Judge Hopkins suggested continu
ing the case two weeks to see if Za
hara would get work.
"Well, your honor, we've called up
his old boss and his old boss said he
wouldn't take him back," said the
U. C. representative.
Zahara got the continuance not
withstanding the lack of charity on
the charities' part
Fortune knocks once on every one's
one's door, while misfortune keeps on
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