Page 13, 31st January 1936

31st January 1936
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Page 13, 31st January 1936 — When Both Parents Arc At Work
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People: G. Haynes
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When Both Parents Arc At Work

" Half the trouble in these cases in this juvenile court is due to the fact that both parents arc at work and there is, as a consequence, an absence of parental control," declared Mr. G. Haynes at a juvenile court in Birmingham.

In the case under consideration it was stated that this condition obtained in the homes of two boys, aged twelve and eleven respectively. They admitted breaking into a house and stealing a child's money-box.

Both boys were placed on probation.




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