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Vol. 2. No. 32
Chicago 'DP's'
A City plan
cracks down
on evictees
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MOVE YOUR FURNITURE within six hours was notice received by Mrs.
Bolden from Public Works Department. Mrs. Bolden and her four chil
dren "lived" in street for 24 days after being evicted. Under new "Chicago
D. P. Plan" Mrs. Bolden can be fined for not having a home to move her
Step up filing date for judges
See Page 3
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What's 'Orphan
Annie' teaching
your children?
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furniture into. She had and has nowhere to go. But friends helped her
to move belongings. When Mrs. Bolden will be trapped by city penalties
is only a question of time and determination of city officials to clear
streets of "obstructions."

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