Clipped From Decatur Evening Herald
UECATUR HERALD tVLIMING, UUlUbfcK U 1930, About Parole Fee F. Michel C, H, Jenkins, official, wait' tho Chicago to toll what they know about $11,000 parole fees paid for the release of "Red" Barker, gangster., who 1$ now serving out the remainder remainder of hts time at Fontlac. IN CHICAGO BANDITS IN JEWEL HOLDUP "My Wife's Sic*," Holdup Says; . Wealthy Victim Now Aids CHICAGO, Oet M--it WM near- Inj midnight as A, C.- Uayerlt ap- proichtd his Ivoms, walking and Â·lone. (The street WB* dimly lighted. It was cold. ' He compiled quickly when a man stepped Into his path, pointed a ffup at him and ordered him to put up The robber'* hand trembled n he reached into MayerlÂ«*f coat packet nnd withdrew a wallet. Maytrlo to him, Onttalki Holdnp "There 1 * ISE In the wallet," he said. "It'i my week'a pay. If you take It all it's golni to be pretty tinrd on the wife and kldi, Could you let m* have pui of It' back?" The bandit's hand trembled more violently. "ThlÂ»--this la all new to me," hÂ« stammered, "I've got a wife, too. Bhe'o sick. There's four kids and I can't find a Job. We've got no coat and no groceries. I've Â«lmply got to have part of this money, I'll take (10 and give you back the rent," Â«iw Help you* "Maybe," Mayerle told the bandit, as he returned the *2fi to hie pocket, 'If you'll put ths,l gun s,way wi can talk a little. I've still goÂ£ a Job and maybe I can help you out,' The man, still trembling and thoroughly ashamed, gave hie name and address ond agreed to meet M eyerie the next day. They met as agreed. Having Investigated Investigated end learned the truth of tho atnaUur holdup man'* Â»tory, Mayerle thro told the truth -- tbat he U a wealthy Inf Jeweler. Hunt* Vat Job Ifayevle had tho tnan'i slok wife Uken to a hogpltal, bought food coal' for the family and raised a fund ataong hli friend* to aid thtrn further, Wednesday he WM looking for a pemtanent Job for the rtan, whose name he refuaed to tell, "Perhapa It'* a and example," the jeweler said. "Perhaps Mine folks would argue about the moral of )*Â· But Uiere'a one thing they can't argu* about-- tt do^ show what oondltloni are coming to," ' ILLINI STUDENTS DOWNJVTTH FEVER ' (By United Fruit,) CHAMPAIGN, Oct. 32--Three itu- dento of the University of Illinois were under quarantine Wednesday suspected of having ocarlet fever, white five others were under sur- velllapce. Three of the latter group were under observation for scarlet fever and tho 'other two for fever, One of those suspected 1 of having typhoid fever Is a member Theta Delta Chi fraternity, whost members are being Immunised against the disease.