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of the belligerent oountrles at this time (s somewhat of a privilege. ERWIN APOLOGIZES TO BOARD OF WORKS Trouble in Water Works Branch Will Be Settled on Saturday. James Erwln, chief clerk in the city water works department, who. was asked to. resign by the board of works because of his attitude on the topic of a salary Increase, Thursday afternoon, presented a written apology before city officials .Friday morning. 'lie asks to be re - lhsta.ted as a city employe, Five representatives of the labor uhlon to which Erwln belongs appeared before the board of works and City Attorney Colerlck In a closed conference, Friday morning. The committee made up of Dan Simon, Albert Woerman, John O'Conhorj William Rbebel and. George Bercaw, apologized to the officials In behalf of the union. Kryvn's action was not due to Instructions from the union, the. committee explained, They asked that Erwln be returned to employment.. Board of work' members announced thatthey will render, a dpclslon on tlio subject Saturday afternoon at ,4 o'clock.. They have not made lip. their minds at this time as to whether or not Erwln should be re - employed. If ISrwln la taken back as a waterworks employe, the. men who' walked out, when Erwln quit Thursday, will be re hired. They . are "William Wogher, plumber: George McCarthy, machln 1st,' and John Swaldner, storekeeper. Board members do not feel that the are to blame about the salary misunderstanding with the water works department. The works board. asked the council to Increase the pay of waterworks employes. The matter Is up fo the council. The works board has no such authority. The, .water Works laborers are now being paid the maximum ajlow'ed.by city law, 'Birth ltecora. Born, to Mr. and Mrs, William Ryan, 3215 Hoagland avenue a .'girl.--To Mr. and - Mrs. Eldpn Hathaway, y0l8 Smith Btreet - a boy,, To Mr. and .Mrs..C.E.' Rows, ISO? Bowser avenue a boy. Scarlet Fever. '. John. King, aged 5, 382 Bfandrlft street, suffers from, an attack, or scarlet .fever. ..the health board has been notified, Building Permits. Building permits were issued to Paul Kbehler. to build home at 1414 Anthony boulevard, et.cost of S3.700, and to Fred Krucke'nberg, to erect re's tdence at 1418 East Crelghton ayenue,; at cost of 2,700. OUTBURST OF EVERETT TRUE

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 15 Jun 1917, Fri,
  3. Page 15

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