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"Somehow, my life at this time,
even with its bitter experiences, was
not quite real. It was perhaps' be
cause I was so young thatl could not
realize. Sometimes, Margie, I think
God sends irresponsibility to youth,
for if it could ver realize the truth it
would faint and die."
(To Be Continued)
LANE TECH LATEST TO START
' OPEN FORUM BEGINS SAT.
Chicago, which is rapidly growing
important as a center of real demo
cratic thinking and debating, is to
Have a new open forum which should
interest all thinkers nd "workers.
Beginning next Saturday, Jan. 13,
the Lane Technical night school will
have a civic forum, known as the
North Site People s Forunj. From
then on speaking and open questions
from the floor will be the program
every oauiraay evening.
A prominent list of speakers will
- occupy the platform during the win
ter.' For the initial program Andre
Tridon will speak on "Social Pre
paredness." Fred Fritz, who has been instru
mental in accomplishing the forum,
graciously makes it known to The
Day Book Public Forum writers that
they and their friends are "espe
The Lane Community Center is
also booming along. Numberless en
joyments are offered. Dances are
held Thursday, Friday and Saturday
evenings. Here's a chance for, Day
Book readers, particularly those on
. the North Side, to have real pleasure
-. and take part in instructive-4ebating.
Berlin. Sick Benefit ass'njs issu
ing free meal tickets to sick workers.
St Louis. Widow of Dan'l Catlin
gives St. Louis art museum his $200,
. 0Q0 collection of paintings.
Umatilla, Ore. Local tqunicipal
government in hands of women to
day. At last election woman mayor,
recorder, treasurer and four council
jwomen were elected. v "
FIND H1NTERLITER GUILTY OF
"AIR BUBBLE" MURDER
Ju . ,K-
OlhflV. III.. Jan. 10. Thfi iiirv in
the famous "air bubble" murder case
after 12 hours' deliberation behind
locked doors returned a verdict find
ing Roy Hinterliter guilty of man
slaughter at 4:15 this morning.
About 25 spectators, including the
families of the defendant .and Miss
Ratcliffe, remained in the courtroom
The "air - bubbble murder" of
which Hinterliter was convicted
grew out of the death of Elizabeth
Ratcliffe, whom Hinterliter is alleged
to have killed while endeavoring to
perform a criminal operation, and
had attracted widespread attention.
WANTS BOOZE LABORATORY
Chief Healey would like the police
department to have a private labora
tory in which analysis of liquor seized
in Sunday raids could be tested. He
asked for a $5,000 .appropriation
from the finance committee yester
day for such a laboratory-. The
finance committee tqok no action.
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