Law & Order - Fenstermacher
m MUSKOGEE GROWOEHER Some Say it is Worse Than it Used to be—Both Views at Law Enforcement Meeting. Addresses were made by Frank Lee, Charles B. Lat* and C ."««;—Penstt!r--|' maCher at the law enforcemefit meet- j ing In St. Pauls church Sunday after- I noon. Mr. Lee, who was formerly as- 1 sistant U-nited States attorney in ; charge of the criminal work, oijtllned his views on law enforcement from the standpoint of the prosecuting attorney,; Mr. Law 'gave his views on the duties of the county and city ' officialB in I bringing about law enforcement, and j Mr. Fenstermacher talked on the du- | ties of wives and mothers in relation of the bringing up of boys.. He told of 1 the causes of delinquency among chil- | dren, and how a great deal of the ' "badness" In children could be pre- j vented. There were half a dozen oth- | er speakers who talked of law enforce- ^ ment. Some of the speakers thought 1 that there was a big improvement In I Muskogee, while others declared there ; were more violations of the law than : ever before. The special law enforcement enforcement committee will hold a secret session session thi.s week and decide, on a plan or action for the future. The meeting was one of the most successful of the year, there being about 100 men and women present.