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SURVIVOR OF LACONIA SINKING
Miss Barker is one of the survivors
of the Laconia disaster. She is an
actress with the Gaiety theater in
JUST WHERE WILL JAKE LOEB
FIT AT END OF TERM?
Will Mayor Thompson, Henubli
can, -reappoint Jake Loeb, Democrat,
to be a member of the board of edu
cation when Loeb's term expires next
June? This point in politics is mak
ing talk in school circles now.
Aid. Merriam's re-election in the
7th ward is of special import to the
school board czar. It is predicted if
Mayor Thompson should send name
of Jake Loeb to city council Aid. Mer
riam would get to his feet and kick
the appointment in the slats.
A revaluation clause in school land
leases should be specified in any
legislation passed at Springfield.
School Trustee Max Loeb so in
sisted in a conference with Trustee
Ralph Otis and Rep. Igoe. They are
to report to legislative committee in
ten' days on amendments to Mueller
City council bill and Baldwin bill
are reliably reported to stand less of
a chance for passage than Mueller
PICKETERS TO BE BROUGHT
BEFORE JUDGE BALDWIN
.Garment strikers accused of con
tempt of court for violating Judge
Jesse Baldwin's anti-picketing In-.
junction are to be taken before Judge
Baldwin for their hearings.
This will be the result of an order
Judge Baldwin Thursday instructed
Att'ys Wormser and Jacobson, for
the manufacturers to draw up, call
ing upon the sheriff's office to arrest
Baldwin .took this action after
Wormser and Jacobson had present
ed affidavits, showing that strikers
brought into the municipal court on
contempt charges are being released
on theic own bonds.
"I am going to find out if this court
can be defied when it has entered au
order," said the judge.
Sam'l L. Friedman, for the Lyons
Mfg. Co., and through Att'y H. J. Ro
senberg, has filed in Judge Bald
win's court an additional petition for
an injunction against picketing. Ro
senberg said his client was willing to
arbitrate and that other manufactur
ers would arbitrate. Att'y Peter Siss
man, for strikers, paid any definite
offer to arbitrate would be given im
The fella that knows the least is
always in the biggest hurry to tell it.